AA Biblical Studies – Description, Course List

The Associate of Arts Degree in Biblical Studies provides students with a number of optional pathways to pursue. The Biblical Studies courses provide the student with a robust approach to a coherent biblical worldview, as well as the essential tools needed to study the biblical text, and analyse claims made about the Bible. The Arts & Sciences core, ensures students are well-rounded and competent to communicate one’s ideas in a professional manner within the context of our society. Students completing this degree may use it as the basis of employment and practice in a wide range of settings, or may apply these courses to a range of bachelor’s programs in this or other fields of study.

Biblical & Theological Studies (30 hrs)

History & Literature of Israel (BSOT 100, 3hrs)

Jesus & The Church (BSNT 100, 3hrs)

Introduction to Biblical Interpretation (BSEG 100, 3hrs)

Modern Ethical Problems (TXXX 100, 2hrs)

Basic Bible Doctrines (TXXX 100, 4hrs)

Introduction to Evangelism (PXXX 100, 3hrs)

Philosophy of Religion (TXXX 100, 3hrs)

Introduction to Paul (BSNT 230, 3hrs)

Introduction to Gospels (BNST 220, 3hrs)

Wisdom of Solomon for Life (BSOT 270, 3hrs)

Arts & Sciences Core (30 hours)

College English 1 & 2 (6 hrs)

English Elective in ENGL 200s (3hrs)

Public Speaking (3 hrs)

Math Elective (3 hrs)

Behavioral/Social Science Elective (3 hrs)

Natural Science Elective (3 hrs)

Humanities Elective (3 hrs)

History of the Restoration Movement (3 hrs)

Introduction to Psychology (3hrs)

Open Electives (9hrs)