Associate of Arts Degree

Upon completion of the Associate of Arts degree in Biblical Studies, the graduate should be able to:

  1. Demonstrate skills in critical thinking;
  2. Identify and understand basic biblical doctrines and history;
  3. Exhibit proficiency and competency in GE/AA courses and coursework;
  4. Utilize personal and academic feedback;
  5. Demonstrate basic communication skills and readiness for upper division courses;
  6. Demonstrate involvement in local ministries, spiritual disciplines, and devotional practices; and
  7. Demonstrate the importance of the Biblical worldview in general studies.Associate of Arts (A.A.)

The Associate of Arts degree is awarded to students who have completed a minimum of sixty credit hours of study or its equivalent in the area of bible study. This degree usually marks the halfway point to the baccalaureate degree from a university or college. To complete the degree program, the student must fulfill the core requirements listed below.


Breakdown of core curriculum…

Class Class Description Credits
Bible Requirements
BBL 101 Old Testament Survey 3 Credits
BBL 111 Biblical Covenants 3 Credits
BBL 151 New Testament Survey 3 Credits
BBL 201 Bible Doctrines Survey 3 Credits
General Education Requirements
ENG 101 English Composition I 3 Credits
ENG 102 English Composition II 3 Credits
ENL 211 Literature 3 Credits
HIS 101 History of Civilization I 3 Credits
MAC 101 College Algebra I 3 Credits
MIN 101 Introduction to Evangelism 3 Credits
MIW 201 World Religions 3 Credits
SCI 125 Earth Science 3 Credits
SPH 101 Speech 3 Credits
PHS 201 Introduction to Logic 3 Credits
PHS 210 Philosophy 3 Credits
PSY 102 Psychology 3 Credits
Bible Electives 12 Credits
Total: 60 Credits