Seminary Division Curricula

BACHELOR OF THEOLOGY

FIRST YEAR

First Semester

  • Chapel 101.5a
  • Grammar 103a
  • Christian Doctrine 103a
  • Bible Analysis 103a
  • Christian Discipline 103a
  • Homiletics 103a

Total: 16.5 units

Second Semester

  • Chapel 101.5b
  • Grammar 103b
  • Evangelism 103b
  • Ministerial Practicalities 103b
  • Bible Principles of Marriage & Finance 103b
  • Speech 103b

Total: 16.5 units

SECOND YEAR

First Semester

  • Chapel 201.5a
  • English 203a
  • Greek 203a
  • Church Epistles 203a
  • Church History 203a
  • General Epistles 203a

Total: 16.5 units

Second Semester

  • Chapel 201.5b
  • English 203b
  • Greek 203b
  • Church Epistles 203b
  • Church History 203b
  • Missions 203b

Total: 16.5 units

THIRD YEAR

First Semester

  • Chapel 301.5a
  • English Composition 303a
  • Greek 303a
  • Biblical Counseling 303a
  • Hebrews 303a
  • Systematic Theology 303a

Total: 16.5 units

Second Semester

  • Chapel 301.5b
  • English Composition 303b
  • Greek 303b
  • Biblical Counseling 303b
  • Hebrew 303b
  • Systematic Theology 303b

Total: 16.5 units

FOURTH YEAR

First Semester

  • Chapel 401.5a
  • Bible Geography 403a
  • Greek 403a
  • Hebrew 403a
  • Genesis – Ruth 403a
  • The Life & Times of Christ 403a

Total: 16.5 units

Second Semester

  • Chapel 401.5b
  • World Religions 403b
  • Greek 403b
  • Hebrew 403b
  • Genesis – Ruth 403b
  • The Life & Times of Christ 403b

Total: 16.5 units

Total Units Required: 132

MASTER OF THEOLOGY

FIFTH YEAR

First Semester

  • Chapel 501.5a
  • Greek 503a
  • Hebrew 503a
  • Old Testament Prophets 503a
  • Poetic Books 503a
  • Revelation 503a

Total: 16.5 units

Second Semester

  • Chapel 501.5b
  • Greek 503b
  • Hebrew 503b
  • Old Testament Prophets 503b
  • The Hebrews Epistle 503b
  • Revelation 503b

Total: 16.5 units

Upon completion of 165 hours with a 3.0 grade point average, plus having received the Degree of Bachelor of Theology and having written an acceptable thesis of 25,000 words, one is then qualified to receive the Degree of Master of Theology.

Symbols
Each number and letter following a course has a meaning. The first number indicates the year. However, the course may, under certain circumstances, be taken at another time. The second number determines whether it is a required or an elective course – “0” designates requirement; “5” designates elective. The third shows the value in semester hours. The letters “a” and “b” indicates a first or second semester course. Example: Evangelism 103a indicates a first year, first semester, required course with three hours of credit.
Semester Hours per Year
The courses as outlined will give at least thirty-three semester hours per year. Thus, for the diplomas and/or degrees the student will have an aggregate of at least 66, 99, 120, 132, 141 or 165 semester hours before graduating.