Bachelor Degree Programs

BACHELOR DEGREE IN THEOLOGY (Classes might not be in alphabetical order)

Course Class Credit Hours
102- 122 Bible Doctrine I 6
109- 129 Bible Survey- OT 4
106- 126 English Grammar I 4
108- 208 Evangelism 4
114- 134 The Life of Christ 6
115- 135 The Study of Cults 6
214- 224 Bible Doctrine II 6
209- 229 Bible Survey- NT 6
216- 226 English Grammar II 4
212- 232 Public Speaking 4
218- 238 Minor Prophet Study 6
219- 239 Dispensations Truths 6
301- 312 Homiletics I 6
302- 322 Pentateuch 6
303- 323 English Composition 4
304- 324 Church History 4
305- 325 The Major Prophets 6
306- 326 Christian Ethics 4
401- 412 Homiletics II 6
402- 424 Hymnology 4
403- 423 Greek 6
404- 424 Pastoral Counseling 4
405- 425 Computer Application 4
5th Year Research/ Thesis 0
Total Credit Hours 120



Course Class Credit Hours
106- 126 English Grammar I 4
109- 129 Bible Survey- OT 4
112- 122 Public Speaking I 4
116- 126 Audio/Visual Education 4
117- 127 Children’s Worship Study 4
209- 229 New Testament Survey 6
205- 225 Christine Doctrine 6
201- 221 Church Evangelism II 6
223- 243 The Study of Cults 6
207- 227 English Composition 6
203- 223 Stories and Illustrations 4
202- 222 Primary Worship in Church 4
331- 341 Leadership of Christian Ed. 4
332- 342 Christian Education/ Children 4
333- 343 Christian Education/ Youth 6
334- 344 Christian Education/ Adult 6
335- 345 Understanding Teaching 4
336- 346 Christian Evidences 6
401- 421 Dispensations Truths 6
402- 422 Making of A Christian Leader 4
403- 423 Leadership/ Administration 4
404- 424 The Life of Christ 6
405- 425 Christion Ed. (Internship) 6
406- 426 Independent Research 6
5th Year Research/ Thesis 0
Total Credit Hours 120



102- 122       Bible Doctrine I

            A study of Biblical Doctrines of Jesus Christ, salvation, sin, man, the Scriptures.

106- 126       English Grammar I

            This course is to give the student training in the correct use of words, pronunciations, enunciation, and diction. It seeks to train the student in all phases of right procedures in different types of social and religious affairs.

108- 208       Evangelism

            A study of what Christian education is and its philosophical and historical background. It is also a look at Christian Education’s origin, growth, and the people who contributed to making it what it is today.

109- 129       Bible Survey- OT

            A survey of the books of the Old Testament, giving special attention to the Authorship, Dates, Major Themes, and Historical background of each book.

112- 122       Public Speaking I

             This course is designed to introduce students to the basic fundamentals of speaking before an audience.

114 – 134      The Life of Christ

            A study in the preparation for the Gospel and the Jewish world of Christ’s day.

115- 135       Cult Religions

            A survey of various cult religions both in past history as well as present day.

116- 126       Audio/ Visual Education

             An exploration of the characteristics of a variety of communication forms and the ways in which audio/ visual equipment may be used in evangelism and in teaching programs.

117- 127       Children’s Worship Survey

            A study of the need for children’s ministries within the church. This course is designed to prepare students who will be setting up or maintaining children’s ministry within the church.

201- 221       Church Evangelism II

            A continuing study on the importance of evangelism in the church today.

202- 222       Primary Worship in Church

            A class designed to help a student learn the aspects of planning worship services.

203- 223       Stories and Illustrations

             Class is designed to promote the effective use of stories and illustrations in teaching or in preaching God’s Word.

205- 225       Christine Doctrine

             A study in the history of Christian doctrines within the church.

207- 227       English Composition

            An in-depth study of effective styles of writing which include paragraphing and proper use of the English language.

209- 229       New Testament Survey

            Class provides an overview of the New Testament books from Mathew through Revelation, woven around the central theme of the person of Christ.

212- 232       Public Speaking II

            A continuation of Public Speaking I, with a more in-depth study on practical applications.

214- 224       Bible Doctrine II

            A study of the doctrines of the Lord Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, atonement and the Church.

216- 226       English Grammar II

            This course gives the student training in the correct use of words, pronunciation, and writing skills. It seeks to train the student in all phases of the right procedures.

218- 238       Minor Prophet Study

            A Biblical theological study of the Minor Prophets of the Old Testament. Special consideration is given to the socioeconomic background and theme of each book.

219- 239       Dispensations Truths

            An introductory study of the seven dispensations; Innocence, Human Government, Conscience, Patriarch Law, Grace, and Kingdom.

223- 243       The Study of Cult Religion

            A study of the major cult religions throughout Church history and into modern cult worship.

301- 312       Homiletics I

            An in-depth study devoted to the sermon and its preparation and delivery.

302- 322       Pentateuch

            An entry level study into the Old Testament books of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy.

303- 323       English Composition

            A continued in-depth study of composition.

304- 324       Church History

            A study of the significant history of the Church from Apostolic time up to the present.

331- 341       Leadership of Christian Ed.

            Class explored a wide variety of areas in which Christian Education forms the minds for discipleship and leadership within the church.

332- 342       Christian Education/ Children

            This course provides an understanding of children (through the junior age lever), their characteristics, behavior patterns and needs in relationship to the concepts and values to be communicated to them.

333- 343       Christian Education/ Youth

            A study of the main characteristics and distinctive needs of our youth today. This course is designed to aid the student in the formation of a personal, practical, and Biblical concept and approach in working with youth.

334- 344       Christian Education/ Adult

            This course surveys the characteristics and the needs of adults. Attention is given to Biblical principles and plans for an adult Educational ministry. Emphasis will be given to units of study in the areas of; the single adult, the more mature adult, the divorced adult, and the widowed adult.

335- 345       Understanding Teaching

            A course designed to provide Biblical teaching preparations for those desiring to serve in the church educational programs.

401- 412       Homiletics II

            The treatment of the text and illustrations and the illumination of the sermon.

402- 424       Hymnology

            A study of many of the most well-known hymns of the church and their history.

403- 423       Greek

            An introduction to the Greek language, the original language of the New Testament.

404- 424       Pastoral Counseling

            This course includes a study of the principles of pastoral counseling, discovering both approach and methods used in counseling sessions.

405- 425       Computer Application

            This class is designed to be an entry level course on understanding computers and their use within a church.

406- 426       Independent Research

            A course designed to equip students with the necessary skills to perform well on special research projects and the subjects related to a concentrated field or area. This research project must be done under the supervision of a faculty member or advisor.