Since 1886, Moody Bible Institute has been preparing students for ministry, with a combination of biblical knowledge and ministry experience.
Moody Bible Institute's main undergraduate campus is located in the heart of the diverse, global city of Chicago. With nearly 2.7 million people from all walks of life and economic backgrounds residing in the nation's third largest city, Moody students have a fertile mission field at their doorstep.
(With ACSI Certification)
Moody's BA in Human Services and Pre-Counseling gives you the knowledge and skill that you need to offer biblical truth to those who experience difficult life situations. Learn a new awareness of marriage relationships, human sexuality, interpersonal relationships, and family dynamics. Gain an understanding of counseling theories, helping skills, and the nature of social service ministries.
In Chicago, students live in on-campus residence halls together, fostering community through caring relationships, leadership and mentoring opportunities, shared ministry calling and everyday encouragement to seek Christ.
Since students spend most of their time outside of the classroom, living beside fellow students, Residence Life is a vital part of a Moody education.
Day One! gives future students and parents the opportunity to preview student life at Moody Bible Institute. While on campus you will:
While the students are in class, parents will be able to learn more about safety on campus, student services, opportunities for ministry, first-year experience, and financial information.
As a student at Moody’s Chicago campus, you get more than a Bible education. Our world-class faculty has traveled the globe ministering to others in Christ’s name, and they will train you to do the same. Your faculty mentors will help you develop your own ministry focus as you learn to apply God’s Word faithfully to everyday life.
MEET PROFESSOR MICHAEL MILCO
“I always enjoy challenging students and watching their faith develop as they integrate life, all aspects of it, into the kingdom that God’s called them to.”
—Michael Milco, associate professor of educational ministries.