Bob Jones University is a Christian liberal arts university founded in 1927 by Dr. Bob Jones Sr. Located in Greenville, South Carolina, BJU is one of the largest fundamental Christian schools in the world serving some 5000 students from every state and 40 foreign countries.
Such courses as studied of Bible, church administration, missions, pastoral studies, theology and history, education and literature, drama and music and others are emphasized in the University. A Bible course is required to be take each semester by every student enrolled in the University. Students are encouraged by Christian professors and lecturers to a lifelong commitment to education and exemplifying spiritual truths. The philosophy taught in Bob Jones University is not simply to teach students how to make a living, but more importantly, how to live.
BJU aims at maintaining high academic standards, while emphasizing culture, and a practical Christian philosophy that is both orthodox and fervent in its evangelistic spirit.
There are numerous on-campus traditional undergraduate and graduate degree offerings. Five of the most popular majors are Bible, Biblical Counseling, Elementary Education, Humanities, and Nursing. The University is accredited through TRACS.
Bob Jones University academic division includes seven schools: the College of Arts and Science, the School of Religion, the School of Fine Arts, the School of Education, the School of Business Administration, the School of Applied Studies, and the Seminary & Graduate School of Religion. Plenty of student clubs and organizations are open for students to enroll and get involved.
Within the cultural and academic soil of liberal arts education, Bob Jones University exists to grow Christlike character that is scripturally disciplined, others-serving, God-loving, Christ-proclaiming, and focus.