The Youth Ministry major emphasizes biblical principles, discipleship, counseling relationships, and effective communication, and combines classroom instruction and ministry experience. The major enables students to articulate a biblical philosophy of youth ministry, model an appropriate lifestyle, understand contemporary youth problems, counsel youth, organize and administrate youth programs, and communicate biblical concepts effectively in a variety of teaching situations. The major also prepares students for graduate studies and seminary.

The Bachelor of Arts in Youth Ministry requires completion of the following 120 credits:
General Education (45 credit hours)
Major Core (39 credit hours)
Electives (36 credit hours)