Georgia Christian University has been located in Lilburn since 2004, but has a history that dates back to 1986 and…More includes several location and name changes. The school, founded by its president, Dr. Paul C. Kim, opened as the Immanuel Original Bible Institute in Alabama. In 1995, it moved to Alpharetta and changed its name to the School of Theological Seminary in Georgia. In 1998, it became the Georgia School of Theology and moved to Lawrenceville.
By the time the unversity moved to its current location just off Indian Trail Road, it had already been renamed Georgia Christian University. The university includes colleges of Theology, Christian Education, Mission Studies/World Christianity, Music, Business Management and ESOL.
Degrees offered: Associate's — Theology, Massage Therapy and ESOL. Bachelor's of Arts — Theological Studies, Christian Education, Music and Business Management. Master's — Theological Studies, Christian Education, Mission Studies/World Christianity. Doctoral — Ministry and Musical Arts.
Georgia Christian has two sister institutions located in the Republic of Korea (South Korea): Honam Theological University and Seminary, and Goodtree Character School. The enrollment consists mostly of students of Korean decent.