The Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies provides students with the opportunity to study general education curricula, major in Biblical studies, and become grounded in systematic theology. Students also significantly personalize the program by choosing one or two minors or a second major. For students so inclined, the B.A. program is an excellent preparation for graduate studies.
(applies to requirements for B.A. in Biblical Studies with Minors)
One of the following:
All BABS students major in Bible and Theology. In addition, students must choose either one or two minors plus electives, or a second major plus electives (See Programs of Study).
Students may choose one minor of 15 hours and then fill at least 21 hours of open electives; or
Students may choose two minors totaling 30 hours and then fill at least 6 hours of open electives; or
Students may choose Church Planting and Revitalization as a second major of 30 hours and then fill at least 6 hours of open elevtives.
Students who hold a non-theological Associate's Degree from an accredited institution may choose to earn their BABS without a minor by completing the required core of Biblical Studies, Theology, and Ministry courses. Students in this program must also fill at least 6 hours of open electives. The core courses OMITTED in this requirement are: ENG 101, 201, HUM 101, 201, 402, 404, PSY 101, 102, SCI 201, PHI 201.
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