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BA, Theology

The Theology major is designed to provide increased understanding and skill in the interpretation of Scripture, theological reflection, philosophy, and logic thus equipping students for local church ministry, evangelism, international missions, denominational service, and subsequent graduate study.

BA Degree Objectives

The objectives for students graduating with the Bachelor of Arts degree are as follows:

  1. Demonstrate an increased understanding of the Christian worldview in relation to the natural and social world
  2. Demonstrate an increased understanding of the theological foundations of Christian ministry
  3. Demonstrate increased competence in practical skills of Christian ministry such as information management, strategic decision-making, and communication
  4. Demonstrate an enhanced foundation for subsequent formal and informal education.

Theology Major Objectives

Students graduating with the Theology major will be able to do the following:

  1. Develop increased biblical and theological knowledge
  2. Demonstrate the ability in understanding the formulation of theological beliefs based on Biblical and historical perspectives.
  3. Demonstrate sound scholarship through analytical and critical thinking.

Theology Course Catalog

BN170 Introduction to Business and Finance
CM110 Introduction to Public Speaking
GE101 English Composition I
GE102 English Composition II
GE135 Quantitative Reasoning
GE185 Introduction to Physical Science
BN225 Principles of Macroeconomics
GE205 World Geography
GE240 Survey of World Literature
GS101 Foundations for Kingdom Success
HM300 Introduction to Philosophy
HM344 Christianity and the Arts
HS210 or HS211 American History I or II
HT411 World Religions
MS201 Global Missions
PY100 Introduction to Psychology

BS115 Old Testament Survey I
BS116 Old Testament Survey II
BS117 New Testament Survey I
BS118 New Testament Survey II
BS204 Introduction to Hermeneutics
HT200 Introduction to Ethics
HT350 Christian Doctrine I
HT351 Christian Doctrine II
HT450 The Church
MN201 Personal Evangelism and Discipleship

HM204 Ancient Philosophy
HM234 Research and Writing
HM285 Informal Logic and Reasoning
HM304 Philosophy of Religion
HT112 Church History I
HT113 Church History II
HT460 Biblical Theology
FL451 Greek I
FL452 Greek II


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