The Bachelor of Religious Education, the Bachelor of Theology, and the Bachelor of Arts in Religion (BAR) are all 128 units which is another 32 units for the additional fourth year.
The course listing below is for the first three years. Additional requirements for respective programs may be found below.
|Department of Biblical Studies (B) - see all courses|
|B111 Old Testament Survey||3 credit units|
|B121 New Testament Survey||3 credit units|
|B211 Apocalyptic Literature||3 credit units|
|B221 Prison Epistles or B321 Roman and Galatians||3 credit units|
|B212 Biblical Introduction and Interpretation||3 credit units|
|Department of Theology (T) - see all courses|
|T112/121 Bible Doctrine 1 & 2||6 credit units|
|T311/321 Theology I & II||6 credit units|
|Department of Missions and Evangelism (ME) - see all courses|
|ME121 Personal Evangelism and Discipleship||3 credit units|
|ME021 Introduction to Linguistics|
(independent study program)
|3 credit units|
|ME211 Biblical Theology of Missions||3 credit units|
|Department of Pastoral Theology (PT) - see all courses|
|CM111 Principles and Methods of Teaching||3 credit units|
|CM222 Leadership||3 credit units|
|CM015 Theological and Philosophical Foundations of Christian Education||3 credit units|
|CM322 Homiletics I||3 credit units|
|Department of General Studies (G) - see all courses|
|G121 Oral Communication||3 credit units|
|G316 Human Development and Growth||3 credit units|
|G326 Educational Psychology||3 credit units|
|G311 Western Civilization||3 credit units|
|G212/213 Church History||6 credit units|
|General Electives (year 1)||6 credit units|
|General Electives (year 2)||15 credit units|
|General Electives (year 3)||3 credit units|
|Practicum (field education; year 1)||2 credit units|
|Practicum (field education; year 2)||2 credit units|
|Practicum (field education; year 3)||2 credit units|
The Bachelor of Religious Education is primarily for those students called to educational ministries in the local church or missions.
This program includes more English Literature studies.
Bachelor of Theology
The Bachelor of Theology is for those students called to pastoral or missions ministry.
This program includes one year of Greek studies.
Bachelor of Arts in Religion
The Bachelor of Arts in Religion is designed for those planning to go on with Masters degree studies, not that the other Bachelor degrees preclude one from moving on with Masters level studies.
This program includes more emphasis on Education courses.
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