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The Baptist College Partnership Program can help students who major or minor in religion at a Christian college or university to save money and time in graduate study at NOBTS. Through the Baptist College Partnership Program, students who qualify may earn up to 32 hours of credit toward a master's program in areas studied at the undergraduate level. Also, two additional options exist for qualifying students to earn master's-level credit before completing undergraduate study. Those options are credit earned through independent studies (4 hours possible) and through early seminary courses (8 hours possible).

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Blue Mountain College- Students and graduates click here to see how the Baptist College Partnership Program works with the Blue Mountain College curriculum.

Louisiana College- Students and graduates click here to see how the Baptist College Partnership Program works with the Louisinan College curriculum.

Mississippi College- Students and graduates click here to see how the Baptist College Partnershp Program works with the Mississippi College curriculum.

East Texas Baptist University- Students and graduates click here to see how the Baptist College Partnership Program works with the East Texas Baptist University curriculum.

Union University- Students and graduates click here to see how the Baptist College Partnership Program works with the Union University curriculum.

William Carey- Students and graduates click here to see how the Baptist College Partnership Program works with the William Carey curriculum.

If you attended another Baptist College and would like to know how your curriculum might work with the Baptist Colleg Partnership Program please contact the BCCP office at 1-800-NOBTS-01 Ext. 8171 or bcpp@nobts.edu. You may also visit the Baptist College Partnership Program online at Baptist College Partnership Program.