The program is designed to:
The Stillman College Certificate in Theology Program (SCCTP) is designed to provide a top-rate, continuing education program for veterans in pastoral ministry, licensed ministers working within the local church, and laypersons who are serious about Christian theological education and who desire to provide more impactful service to the church and the world.
The program is a 5–12-month program, where student-learners will complete eight (8) courses to earn a certificate. The courses are offered in sessions with each session having a duration of six (6) weeks. A total of three courses are offered every session. Two courses are offered on the campus of Stillman College on two, separate nights a week, and one class online. The on-campus classes are on Monday and Thursday nights from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.
The Stillman College School of Education and the Lawson State Community College is committed to providing students with the tools necessary to be highly skilled successful educators, upon completion of the Lawson State degree. Stillman College will be offering a bachelor degree in Elementary or Special Education via online and hybrid face-to face classes at the Lawson State Bessemer campus.
Students will apply to Stillman as transfer students. Students accepted to Stillman will complete key education course work in Elementary or Special education in preparation for the STEP program and completion of their Baccalaureate Degree as a Stillman student .