Overview

The purpose of this minor is for students who choose the B.A. in Ministry to receive beginning instruction in Greek and expanded knowledge in systematic theology. This minor also allows two more courses in content Bible which completes all of our Bible offerings.

 

Success

Piedmont International University has transformed my life and ministry for the Lord.  I chose this school for its consistent doctrinal teaching at all academic levels and for its dispensational approach to Scripture.  The faculty and staff go the extra mile to help students receive the best education possible.  If you want the best academic training for ministry, choose Piedmont!

Ward Harris, B.A.B.S, M.A.B.S., Ph.D. in Progress
Associate Pastor, Church Administrator, and Bible Teacher
Ripplemead, VA

Loved my time here. Solid teaching from loving and invested teachers and staff! They are compassionate, involved people that truly love God.

Kathryn Best
Consumer Sales Associate at Kaplan Early Learning Company

 
 

Objectives

 

Upon completion of the program, the student should be equipped to do the following:

  • Utilize basics of Greek - nouns and indicative mood verbs and verbal elements outside the indicative mood
  • Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the areas of systematic theology

 

 

 

Summary of Required Hours

Total Hours 18

 

Minor Completion Plan

BN311   Greek I     3 hours
BN312   Greek II     3  hours
BT403   Systematic Theology III*    3 hours
BT404   Systematic Theology IV*    3 hours
BO___   Old Testament Elective     3 hours
BN___   New Testament Elective     3 hours

Total required hours   18

*If you choose this minor, Systematic Theology I and II are required.