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Bachelor Of Arts (Bible).

Bachelor of Arts (Bible)

4 Years/2.00 G.P.A.

This program is designed principally for those who are planning to enter some form of leadership ministry in the church.*  This course consists of 131 semester hours.

BIBLICAL AND THEOLOGICAL AREA  – 48 hours

Old Testament – 12 hours

  • Old Testament Literature (O11) – 3 hours
  • Electives – 9 hours

New Testament – 21 hours

  • New Testament Literature (N11) – 3 hours
  • Life of Christ I (N13) – 3 hours
  • Acts of the Apostles (N15) – 3 hours
  • Romans (N17) – 3 hours
  • Life of Christ II (N27) – 3 hours
  • Electives – 6 hours

Theology – 15 hours

  • Intro to Interpretation (T13) – 3 hours
  • Worldview Studies (T17) hours
  • Christian Theology (T23) – 3 hours
  • Apologetics (T35) – 3 hours
  • Elective  – 3 hours

GENERAL EDUCATION AREA – 35 hours

History – 12 hours

  • Restoration Movement (H21) – 3 hours
  • Western Civilization I (H23) – 3 hours
  • Western Civilization II (H25) – 3 hours
  • Elective – 3 hours

General – 14 hours

  • Interpersonal Communication (G11) – 3 hours
  • English Composition (G15) – 3 hours
  • English Elective – 3 hours
  • Psychology (G21) – 3 hours
  • Senior Seminar – 2 hours

PRACTICAL AREA – 42 hours

Christian Education – 9 hours

  • Foundational Leadership (C11) – 3 hours
  • Introduction to Teaching Ministry (C21) – 3 hours
  • Spiritual Formation (C31) – 3 hours

Music – 3 hours

  • Theology and Design of Worship (M21) – 3 hours

Practical Ministries – 24 hours

  • Christian Service (P11) – 3 hours
  • Life Skills (P13) – 1 hour
  • Mission Perspective (P15) – 3 hours
  • Evangelism & Discipleship (P21) – 3 hours
  • Homiletics I, II (P23, 25)* – 6 hours
  • Church Leadership & Admin. (P31)* – 3 hours
  • Internship (P37) – 2 hours
  • Counseling (P39) – 3 hours

Electives in Practical Area – 6 hours 

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Total 125 hours

* Substitute courses may be allowed at the discretion of the Academic Dean for a Christian Education emphasis.

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