The Master of Arts in Jewish Studies is an academic degree providing the student, who has had biblical, theological, and philosophical training on the baccalaureate level, the opportunity to pursue scholarly and practical study in the field of Jewish studies.
The Master of Arts in Jewish Studies affords the student who is preparing for Jewish ministry the opportunity to develop a philosophy of ministry and refine ministry skills. Students may choose to proceed on to an M.Div. program with advanced standing or to seek admission to a doctoral program of study.
GRK 201 Greek I
GRK 202 Greek II
HEB 301 Hebrew I
HEB 302 Hebrew II
NTS 101 New Testament Survey I
NTS 201 New Testament Survey II
OTS 101 Old Testament Survey I
OTS 201 Old Testament Survey II
THS 203 Systematic Theology I
THS 301 Systematic Theology II
HEB 620 Hebrew Exegetical Method I
JMS 502 Introduction to Jewish Studies
JMS 505 History and Geography of Israel
JMS 510 History of the Jewish People
JMS 521 Jewish Intercultural
JMS 550 Theology of Israel
JMS 560 Messianic Prophecy
JMS 610 Rabbinic Literature
JMS 620 Jewish Life and Culture
One of the following:
JMS 500 Introduction to Biblical Archaeology
JMS 670 Topics in Jewish Studies
RES 602 Thesis Seminar
RES 603 M.A. Thesis
AMP 500 Applied Ministry Project (No Credit - Required every semester)
RES 601 Library Research Seminar (Required Seminar)
BABS students with a minor in Jewish studies may take any other HEB, JMS, or OTS prefixed courses to complete the requirements for the M.A. Jewish Studies degree.
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