BACHELOR OF ARTS IN BIBLICAL STUDIES (120 CREDITS)
The Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies program is designed to deepen students’ understanding of Scripture, theology, and ministry, including the study of the Old and New Testaments, biblical interpretation, theology, church history, and Christian ethics. The degree provides a foundation for further ministry, graduate studies, and for personal spiritual growth and enrichment.
BABS students will be able to:
1. identify various approaches to interpreting Scripture
2. demonstrate an understanding of the historical contexts of the Old and New Testaments and of the early church
3. apply a Christian worldview to personal and communal spiritual growth and development
4. apply intercultural and missiological studies to a variety of ministry and missional contexts
5. demonstrate Christ-like leadership through the application of Christian ethical and leadership models
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.
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