Master of Arts—Bible

Program Objectives

By completing this program, students will be able to:

  • Know the content and backgrounds of the Bible;
  • Be able to release the power of the Holy Spirit in situations requiring physical healing, emotional healing, and deliverance; and
  • Gain a foundational knowledge of the historical and theological elements of church history and their impact on the church today.

Summary

Academic Success

Bible/Theol. Foundations

Revival History

Ministry Requirements

Ministry Electives

Biblical Theological Courses

Practicum

3 hours

15 hours

6 hours

3 hours

3 hours

15 hours

3 hours


48 hours Total

All Courses are 3 credit hours

* Required Courses

For the full list of required courses, visit us from your desktop computer or view the PDF here.

Introductory Requirements

Biblical Theological Foundations

GENL 1003*

 

 

Academic Success 

BTHE 5003*

BTHE 5013*

BTHE 5023*

BTHE 5243*

BTHE 5253*

Intro to the Old Testament

Intro to the New Testament

Hermeneutics

Systematic Theology I

Systematic Theology II

Biblical Theological Elective Courses

(Choose 5)

BTHE 5083

BTHE 5093

BTHE 5103

BTHE 5123

BTHE 5133

BTHE 5143

BTHE 5163

BTHE 5173

Gospels (Teachings of Jesus)

Luke-Acts

Ephesians

Eschatology

Biblical Prophecy

Psalms

Pentateuch

Christian Theologies

BTHE 5213

BTHE 5263

LANG 5003

LANG 5013

LANG 5023

LANG 5033

LANG 5043

Pneumatology

Pauline Epistles

Intro. to Biblical Languages

New Testament Greek I

New Testament Greek II

Old Testament Hebrew I

Old Testament Hebrew II

Revival History Courses

(Choose 2)

Practical Ministry Foundations

REVL 5013

REVL 5023

REVL 5033

Early Church to Reformation

Reformation to Azusa Street

Azusa Street to the Present

HEAL 5003*

Physical Healing 1

Practical Ministry Elective Courses

(Choose from 1 PMIN or HEAL course)

Practicum/Internship

(Choose 1)

PRAC 5003

PRAC 5013

PRAC 5023

PRAC 5033

Practicum/Internship

Advanced Ministry Practicum

Advanced Research Project

Missions Leadership

NOTE: Students who are considering moving to post-graduate studies are strongly encouraged to include LANG courses in their academic programs.