Johnson Bible College

Johnson Bible College

Johnson Bible College was established in 1893 as the School of the Evangelists by Ashley S. Johnson. It received its present name in 1909, and currently occupies a 350-acre campus in Knoxville, Tennessee. Every year, the college offers enrollment to more than 800 students from over 30 states and 10 foreign countries.

Johnson Bible College offers a number of associate's, bachelor's, and master's degree programs. Undergraduate courses are available in subjects like teacher education, preaching and church leadership, youth ministry, church music, intercultural studies, and counseling. Graduate programs are also offered in bible and educational technology, holistic education, marriage and family therapy, and teacher education.

The athletics department of JBC sponsors teams in basketball, baseball, soccer, cross country, and volleyball. The college is a member of the National Christian College Athletic Association.

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Bilingual And Multilingual Education
Educational/Instructional Technology
Counselor Education/School Counseling And Guidance Services
Elementary Education And Teaching
Junior High/Intermediate/Middle School Education And Teaching
Secondary Education And Teaching
Teacher Education, Multiple Levels
Kindergarten/Preschool Education And Teaching
Early Childhood Education And Teaching
English/Language Arts Teacher Education
History Teacher Education
Teacher Education And Professional Development, Specific Subject Areas, Other
Teaching English As A Second Or Foreign Language/ESL Language Instructor
English Language And Literature, General
General Literature
Health And Physical Education/Fitness, General
Sport And Fitness Administration/Management
Philosophy And Religious Studies, General
Bible/Biblical Studies
Missions/Missionary Studies And Missiology
Religious/Sacred Music
Pastoral Studies/Counseling
Youth Ministry
Urban Ministry
Lay Ministry
History, General
General information
Financial aid
Acceptance & Retention Rates
Graduation Rate

Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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