Washington Bible College
Washington Bible College/Capital Bible Seminary is located on a 63-acre campus 10 miles from the nation's capital. Since its founding in 1938, the College and Seminary have prepared students for many kinds of Christian ministries. The College offers A.A. and B.A. degrees with programs in Biblical studies, counseling, church education, sports ministry, missions, music, pastoral ministry, elementary education, pre-seminary, and youth ministry with programs both in the classroom and online. Beginning in Fall 2008, the College will also offer and adult degree completion program. The Seminary offers the master of arts in Biblical studies, master of divinity, and master of theology degrees, as well as a master of arts in Christian counseling and discipleship and a master of arts in ministry leadership. Diplomas are also conferred through the adult education program, the Equip Institute. With satellite locations throughout the Washington/Baltimore/Annapolis Corridor, including an extension location in Springfield, VA, Washington Bible College/Capital Bible Seminary/Equip Institute provides students throughout the region with complete preparation for life and ministry.
6511 Princess Garden Parkway,
Lanham, MD 20706
Web Site: www.bible.edu
Type of Institution: Independent 4-year
Fall 2008 Total Enrollment: 587
Male: 337 Female: 250
Full-time: 237 Part-time: 350
2009-2010 Tuition and Mandatory Fees for Maryland Residents:
Full-time Tuition per year: College: $10,080; Seminary: $8,316
Part-time Tuition cost per credit hour: College: $400; Seminary: $440
Mandatory fees: $759.25 (all students)
Room and Board: $6906.50 (double room, 7-day meal plan)
Degrees or Awards: Certificate, Associate's, Bachelor's, Master's
Calendar: Semester; summer term available
Entry Requirements: High school graduation or GED; essay; employer or teacher reference; pastorís reference; SAT or ACT. Seminary requires GRE & bachelorís degree.
Application Deadlines: Rolling Admissions
Title IV Code: 001462
* College and Seminary Enrollment Totals.