Bachelor of Arts in Applied Ministry
Who Will Train the Women?
One of the common questions we receive is, “Who will actually teach the women in the training portion of the Texas Field Ministers Program?”
The Texas Field Ministers Program provided by The Heart of Texas Foundation is not a volunteer-driven program. The Bachelor of Arts in Applied Ministry is a degree which requires all professors who teach in the school to be meet doctrinal and accreditation requirements. Accreditation requirements help elevate and protect the quality of education the women will acquire in the course of their studies.
What courses are in the curriculum?
The Heart of Texas Foundation is excited to provide the Bachelor of Arts in Applied Ministry to women with extremely long prison sentences in Texas.
Many will argue that so many women who will have the opportunity to leave prison should be allowed to enter the Texas Field Ministers Program. Our calling is to women with extremely long prison sentences who may never have the opportunity to live anywhere but prison.
The Texas Field Ministers Program begins for a woman with an extremely long prison sentence who applies and is accepted to begin as a student pursuing the Bachelor of Arts in Applied Ministry through The Heart of Texas Foundation at the Hobby Prison Unit.
The Heart of Texas Foundation is aggressively pursuing accreditation with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).
SACS is the same accrediting body that accredits the degrees from all of our state colleges in Texas such as Texas A&M University, Baylor University, the University of Texas and many more.
If you would like to see the courses in the Bachelor of Arts in Applied Ministry, they are included below: