Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Biblical Studies

On completion of the Bachelor of Arts degree in Biblical Studies, the graduate should be able to:

  1. Identify the history, content and background of the Bible;
  2. Demonstrate an understanding of fundamentals of Christian doctrine and theology;
  3. Apply Biblical hermeneutics to an exegetical research project; and
  4. Demonstrate the importance of the Biblical worldview in Biblical studies.

The division of Biblical Studies offers majors in Bible. Each major is designed to equip an individual with a thorough knowledge of God’s Word and various related subjects.
 

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
Bible Electives 12 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
Core Curriculum
BBL 280 Gospels:  The Life of Christ 3 Credits
BBL 370 Hermeneutics 3 Credits
BBL 230 Paul’s Prison Epistles 3 Credits
HIS 312 Church History 3 Credits
BBL 232 Old Testament Historical Books 3 Credits
BBL 300 Christian Ethics 3 Credits
BBL 301 Pentateuch I 3 Credits
BBL 307 Old Testament Poetry 3 Credits
BBL 309 Old Testament Prophets 3 Credits
BBL 333 General Epistles 3 Credits
BBL 450 New Testament Biblical Backgrounds 3 Credits
LAN Language (Lan 401-405) 6 Credits
BBL 460 Senior Seminar 3 Credits
BBL 466 Romans 3 Credits
THE 401 Christian Apologetics 3 Credits
THE 331 Systematic Theology I 3 Credits
THE 332 Systematic Theology II 3 Credits
Electives 6 Credits
Total: 120 Credits