The Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies program prepares students to learn and embrace the message of the Bible, accurately interpret the Scriptures, and integrate faith into the world. The BABS degree program equips students with a relevant Christian worldview for positions of lay leadership in church or in society or for a variety of Christian ministries at home and abroad. The degree meets the needs of individuals who wish to begin or to continue graduate theological education for their personal or vocational enrichment.
Graduates of the BABS will be prepared to:
Program Requirements (120 Credits)
The Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies degree program requires 120 semester hours for graduation. The curriculum includes 36 credit hours of general education coursework, 60 credit hours of major core coursework (consisting of 36 credits of Biblical/Theological studies and 24 credits of Practical/Professional studies), and 24 credits of Elective & Concentrations. A full-time student following the course sequencing provided will be able to complete the program in eight semesters, or four years. Complete details of program credit requirements, including suggested course sequencing, may be found in the Catalog