For the Kingdom


Why Theology?

Study and Know the Bible

Spurgeon College’s theology program trains students to study and know the Scriptures through the perspective of historical, biblical, and systemical theology.

What You’ll Learn

Grow in your Understanding of God and His Word

Spurgeon College’s Theology program 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.

Program Information

Coursework and Outcomes

Explore the courses that are included in the Theology program at Spurgeon College. Students in this program must complete 120 credit hours of coursework to graduate.

  • 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
  • GE240 Survey of World Literature
  • GS101 Foundations of Kingdom Success
  • HM300 Introduction to Philosophy
  • HM344 Christianity and the Arts
  • HS210 or HS211 American History I or II
  • HT200 Introduction to Ethics
  • HT411 World Religions
  • 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
  • HT112 Church History I
  • HT113 Church History II
  • HT350 Christian Doctrine I
  • HT351 Christian Doctrine II
  • HT450 The Church
  • MN201 Personal Evangelism and Discipleship
  • MS201 Global Missions

  • HM204 Ancient Philosophy
  • HM234 Research and Writing
  • HM285 Informal Logic and Reasoning
  • HM304 Philosophy of Religion
  • HT460 Biblical Theology
  • FL441 Hebrew I
  • FL442 Hebrew II
  • FL451 Greek I
  • FL452 Greek II

This program offers students 9 hours of elective credit throughout their program.

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.

HEAR FROM Spurgeon Knights

All of my classes, from theology to church history, point me back to the Scriptures and make me want to be in the Word everyday.

Olivia Hansen

Theology Major