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Yellowstone Baptist College

Yellowstone Baptist College is a four year Bible college in Billings, Montana.

Overview

It is a member of the Association of Southern Baptist Colleges and Schools. The college was founded in 1974, and offers Associate of Arts and Bachelor of Arts in Christian Leadership. The college's accreditation is through a partnership with Oklahoma Baptist University which is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.

YBC offers student housing and meal plans. The YBC library, possibly fourth largest in Montana east of Bozeman, boasts 35,000 volumes and is housed in a newly completed 8,000 square foot building. The Dr. William S. and Laura Jean Phillips Chapel seats 240, housing music rooms, classrooms, and the Phillips Dining Room.

Yellowstone Bible Institute, the non degree granting arm of YBC, will begin offering a Professional Certification in church leadership in January, 2013. The certification will consist of five core classes and three of twelve electives. Each class will meet once a week for five weeks. Eight sessions will run each calendar year.

References

External links

  • Official website


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