In addition to coursework, the experiential learning component is an integral part of our program of study at Kenneth Copeland Bible College (KCBC). This component is fulfilled through a ministry practicum.
What Is a Ministry Practicum?
A ministry practicum is serving in the local church as part of a student’s overall learning. The purpose of the ministry practicum is to encourage students to develop in ministry and to gain valuable and practical experience serving in the local church.
First-year students are required to serve 30 hours per semester in various areas of Kenneth Copeland Ministries/Eagle Mountain International Church to complete a ministry practicum. Students are evaluated and assigned to designated areas of service, where they receive training, coaching, mentoring and ongoing evaluation.
Second-year students are required to complete 60 hours per semester in an area of ministry specialization. Students are developed and equipped in their ministry gifts and callings by training with the ministries, departments and leadership of Kenneth Copeland Ministries/Eagle Mountain International Church. Satisfactory completion of the ministry practicum is a requirement for graduation.
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