The purpose of the Associate Degree in Biblical Studies is to provide an introduction to the essential concepts of the Holy Bible. It compares and contrasts the books of the Old Testament and the New Testament. It further examines various themes, patterns, and context of biblical historic events. The following are course requirements for the Program. Courses must be completed with a grade of C - or better in order to successfully complete the program.








Course NumberCourse NameCredit Value
THE106Contemporary Theological Controversies4.0
BIB218Christian Ethics and Law4.0
BIB340Biblical Hermeneutics4.0
TEA102Teaching and Learning Styles4.0
COM104*Intro to Interpersonal Comm. And Public Speaking4.0
BIB101Biblical Overview4.0
BIB105Spiritual Development and Growth4.0
BIB110Major Biblical Themes and Link Analysis 14.0
BIB210Major Biblical Themes and Link Analysis 24.0
BIB215The Rapture and Great Tribulation4.0
THE101Intro to Theology4.0
THE202Old Testaments Theology4.0
THE303New Testament Theology4.0
COMP102Comparative Analysis: Teaching and Practical Living of Christ4.0
BIB418The Reformation4.0
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