Education with a Lasting Purpose

We seek to equip students in the knowledge of God and His holiness, that they may glorify and enjoy Him in any career they enter.


Flagship Program

Bachelor of Arts in Theology

The B.A. in Theology is our flagship program. The curriculum provides all students with a guided tour through the Reformed classical tradition, covering everything from biblical studies and church history, to philosophy and literature. This degree lays the theological groundwork for students called to any ministry or vocation, from the pastorate and missions, to medicine and law.

Biblical Studies, Traditional Track

This major emphasizes Greek, Hebrew, ancient cultures, hermeneutics, church history, and theology.

Biblical Studies, Accelerated Track

This track offers students a direct path to a Master of Divinity at a number of seminaries. You can earn a B.A. and M.Div. in six years while saving time and money, and without compromising the quality of your education. For a list of seminaries RBC has agreements with please contact admissions.

Christian Thought

This major emphasizes history, philosophy, literature, logic, and writing, while building upon a rich theological core curriculum.

Minor in Reformed Classical Education

This program offers courses in the teaching methods and practices of the Reformed classical tradition. The capstone is a guided practicum, allowing you to work alongside seasoned teachers in flagship classical schools.

Specialty Programs

Foundation Year

A flexible certificate providing a solid theological foundation for a career or further education in another discipline.

We also offer this certificate program online.

Associate of Arts in Theology

A two-year associate’s degree providing a theological framework for a career or further education in another discipline.

Degree Completion

A two-year program that enables students to transfer credits from another institution and complete a bachelor’s degree, rounding out their learning with theological studies.

Dual Enrollment & Audit

Are you a high school student interested in free college classes? Ask about our Dual Enrollment program. Adults are also welcome to audit classes for a reduced rate.

Academic Calendar

Fall 2023

  • August 9

    New Student Move-In Day

  • August 10-11

    New Student Orientation

  • August 14

    First Day of Classes

  • August 18

    Tuition & Fees Due

  • August 25

    Last Day to Add/Drop Classes

  • September 4

    Labor Day (no class)

  • September 15


  • October 2-6

    Fall Break

  • October 13

    Final Day to Withdraw with a 'W'

  • November 3

    Final Day to Withdraw

  • November 13-17

    Reading Days

  • November 21-24

    Thanksgiving Break

  • December 4-8

    Final Examinations

Spring 2024

  • January 10

    Move In Day

  • January 11

    New Student Orientation

  • January 15

    First Day of Classes

  • January 19

    Tuition & Fees Due

  • January 19-20

    Winter Conference

  • January 26

    Last Day to Add/Drop Classes

  • February 26-March 1

    Spring Break

  • March 15

    Final Day to Withdraw with a 'W'

  • March 27-April 2

    Easter Break

  • April 5

    Final Day to Withdraw

  • April 22-26

    Reading Days

  • May 3

    Final Day of Classes

  • May 6-10

    Final Examinations

  • May 10


  • May 23-25

    Ligonier National Conference

“You may be called to be a pastor or missionary—or even the best physicist or economist that God has ever put on the earth. But whatever you do, get the knowledge of God as the foundation for whatever God calls you to.”
Dr. R.C. Sproul, First President


Dr. Sproul’s founding vision for the school was that it would be faithful for generations to come. We endeavor for long-term faithfulness through keeping a small faculty and maintaining the freedom to shape our curriculum, ensuring that every student receives a true liberal arts education with a biblical and theological emphasis. Therefore, RBC is not an accredited institution.

As a testament to the quality of an RBC education, a number of accredited seminaries have agreements with RBC, allowing for students to complete their seminary degrees in six years, instead of the traditional seven, upon the completion of their degree at RBC.