Bachelor of Arts Bible (College Graduates)

The Bachelor of Arts in Bible is for those who have graduated from a recognized college with a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree. This degree is designed to add skills in biblical knowledge and exegesis along with basic Bible college courses. 

Objectives:
  • Demonstrate a general knowledge of each book of the Bible, including the key individuals, major events, and historical settings
  • Interpret and defend the Bible consistent with literal, grammatical, contextual, and historical principles of interpretation
  • Exhibit an ability to integrate a biblical world view in personal and professional life applications

Course Requirements for the degree are as follows:

Bible Core (47 hours)
Old Testament Survey
New Testament Survey
Life of Christ
Acts
Pentateuch
Pauline I
Pauline Epistles II
General Epistles Survey
Daniel and Revelation
Baptist History
Bible Doctrine I
Bible Doctrine II
Greek I or Bible Elective
Greek II or Bible Elective
Biblical Interpretation I: Principles of Biblical Interpretation
Biblical Interpretation II: Dispensationalism
Biblical Interpretation III: Issues in Eschatalogy

General Education (1 hour)
Student Life Seminar

Christian Ministry (15 hours)
Evangelism
Homiletics or CE or Missions Elective
Expository Preaching or Church Education Elective
Counseling
Church Administration or Church Education
Pastoral Theology or Church Education or Missions Elective

Elective (3 hours)

Total Hours (66 hours)

You may view our suggested Program Track and Course Descriptions in our catalog.