New York Institute for Biblical Studies
Equipping God's People with God's Word for God's Service
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On Campus & Virtual Classes

Certificates

6 different certificate levels

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Tuition

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Study God's Word with people like you

Thank you for your interest in New York Institute for Biblical Studies. We are excited about another year of our Bible Institute.  It is our prayer that God will use New York Institute for Biblical Studies to not only expand the Bible knowledge of those who enroll, but also enable them to use what they learn to strengthen their ability and desire to serve God in our borough, our city and our world.  

Spring Term 2

This Spring we will offer courses on Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday evenings. All 2022 Spring Registration will be done online or by phone with the Registrar’s Office at  718-354-9971. 

Spring Term 2 courses will be a mix of virtual and in-person. Please see the Registration Tab to see courses offered this term.

Admittedly, online courses are different, but the advantage is that you can now learn in the comfort of your own home with no travel time!  As a result of virtual instruction, we are hoping that some of you who may have wanted to take courses in the past but were prevented because of your commute will be able to join us through virtual instruction.

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Certificate Programs

New York Institute for Biblical Studies exists to equip followers of Jesus Christ for ministry in the 21st century. Our curriculum and certificate program is designed to provide students with a basic survey of both the Old and New Testament Scriptures (Genesis – Revelation) as well as all major doctrines of the Scriptures (The Doctrine of God through the Doctrine of Last Things).

In addition, students will be asked to choose at least one area of specialization in which they would like to increase their skill (ex. Advanced Biblical Studies, Christian Life & Witness, Church Ministry, Counseling, Life Coaching, Multi-Disciplinary Studies ). Students will then study coursework that will help build or enhance their knowledge and use of that specific skill set.