General Studies (Men)

This curriculum is designed for the student who is undecided about his future or who merely wants to receive a general Christian education without a great deal of specialization. Upon completion of this prescribed course, a bachelor of science degree is granted. Completion Requirements - 128 total semester credit hours Estimated completion time is four years. Completion time may vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable.

Course Requirements

Cat/No Course Title Credits
BI101 Old Testament Survey 3
BI229 Acts of the Apostles 2
BI261 The Book of Psalms 2
LS112 Preparation for Leadership 1
MU101 Fundamentals of Music 2
EN101 English Composition 101 3
CE211 Christian Manhood I 1
BI217 Pastoral Epistles 2
BI102 New Testament Survey 3
CE106 Church Education I 4
EN102 English Composition 102 3
BI094 The Book of Proverbs 2
BI103 Personal Evangelism 2
BU100 Personal Finance 1
CE228 Christian Manhood II 1
CE107 Church Education II 4
HI201 U.S. History I 3
BI181 Hermeneutics 2
MA101 General Mathematics 3
BI200 The Book of Genesis 2
ED201 Introduction to Education 2
CE203 Church Education III 4
CE204 The Second Man 2
EN201 Sophomore English 3
SC201 Physical Science Survey I 3
Cat/No Course Title Credits
PS301 Educational Psychology 2
LS412 Principles of Leadership 1
CE206 Church Education IV 4
BI225 Prayer 2
BI375 Biblical Theology I 3
ED309 Church and School Law 2
BI353 Life of Christ 2
SC202 Physical Science Survey II 3
ED410 Principles and Methods of Education 3
BI376 Biblical Theology II 3
EN112 Speech 2
BI402 Daniel and Revelation 3
HO306 How to Rear Children 2
EN225 Preaching I 2
ED221 Great Teaching Methods 3
BI341 Teaching the Bible 1
HI210 The Fundamental Man 2
PS422 Essentials of Student Counseling 2
ED213 Philosophy of Education 3
MI225 Biblical Missions 2
HO311 How to Rear Teenagers 2
BI305 History of the Bible 2
PS300 Biblical Counseling 2
Bible Electives 7
Electives 8

General Studies (Ladies)

This curriculum is designed for the student who is undecided about her future or who merely wants to receive a general Christian education without a great deal of specialization. Upon completion of this prescribed course, a bachelor of science degree is granted. Completion Requirements - 128 total semester credit hours Estimated completion time is four years. Completion time may vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable.

Course Requirements

Cat/No Course Title Credits
BI101 Old Testament Survey 3
BI261 The Book of Psalms 2
MU101 Fundamentals of Music 2
EN101 English Composition 101 3
LS112 Preparation for Leadership 1
BI200 The Book of Genesis 2
BI105 Personal Evangelism 2
HO203 Christian Womanhood I 1
BI102 New Testament Survey 3
EN102 English Composition 102 3
MA101 General Mathematics 3
BI094 The Book of Proverbs 2
PS100 Personal Finance 1
HO232 Christian Womanhood II 1
HO323 Christian Ladies' Attitude and Appearance 2
HI201 U.S. History I 3
ED201 Introduction to Education 2
EN201 Sophomore English 3
BI225 Prayer 2
HO214 Women of the Bible 2
SC201 Physical Science Survey I 3
PS301 Educational Psychology 2
LS412 Principles of Leadership 1
Cat/No Course Title Credits
ED332 Teaching Math in the Elementary School 3
MU111 Beginning Music Theory 2
ED221 Great Teaching Methods 3
ED309 Church and School Law 2
HO311 How to Rear Teenagers 2
ED213 Philosophy of Education 3
HI210 The Fundamental Man 2
EN410 Principles and Methods of Education 3
PS422 Essentials of Student Counseling 2
BI375 Biblical Theology I 3
HO305 How to Rear Infants 2
SC202 Physical Science Survey II 3
ED412 Children's Literature I 2
EN301 American Literature 3
BI376 Biblical Theology II 3
ED311 Teaching Science in the Elementary School 3
BI353 Life of Christ 2
HO306 How to Rear Children 2
ED112 Speech 2
MU441 Music in the Soul-Winning Church 2
PS404 Child Psychology 1
ED413 Children's Literature II 2
Bible Electives 15
Electives 12

Pastoral Theology Major

This major is suggested for prospective pastors. Upon completion of the prescribed course, a bachelor of science degree is granted with a major in pastoral theology. Completion Requirements - 128 total semester credit hours Estimated completion time is four years. Completion time may vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable.

Course Requirements

Cat/No Course Title Credits
BI101 Old Testament Survey 3
BI229 Acts of the Apostles 2
LS112 Preparation for Leadership 1
MU101 Fundamentals of Music 2
EN101 English Composition 101 3
CE211 Christian Manhood I 1
BI217 Pastoral Epistles 2
CE204 The Second Man 2
BI101 New Testament Survey 3
CE106 Church Education I 4
BI094 Proverbs 2
EN102 English Composition 102 3
CE228 Christian Manhood II 1
BI103 Personal Evangelism 2
BU100 Personal Finance 1
CE107 Church Education II 4
CE303 Starting a New Testament Church 2
BI200 The Book of Genesis 2
HI201 U.S. History I 3
EN201 Sophomore English 3
BI261 The Book of Psalms 2
CE203 Church Education III 4
BI181 Hermeneutics 2
HI305 History of the Bible 2
ED201 Introduction to Education 2
CE205 Applied Sunday School 2
BI222 The Book of Romans 2
EN225 Preaching I 2
CE206 Church Education IV 4
BI375 Biblical Theology I 3
Cat/No Course Title Credits
ED309 Church and School Law 2
BI353 Life of Christ 2
LS412 Principles of Leadership 1
EN226 Preaching II 2
MI225 Biblical Missions 2
BI376 Biblical Theology II 3
BI209 Greek I 3
MU441 Music in the Soul-winning Church 2
MI301 Team Missions I 2
BI225 Prayer 2
BI120 How to Study the Bible 1
BI210 Greek II 3
MU290 Evangelistic Song Leading 2
CE307 Youth Ministry I 2
PS312 Marriage Counseling 1
ED402 School Administration 2
HI210 The Fundamental Man 2
CE321 Principles of Church Growth 2
BI402 Daniel and Revelation 3
BI411 The Hebrew Language 2
BI311 The Book of Hebrews 2
HI204 History of Jerusalem 2
PS300 Biblical Counseling 2
BI111 Concentrated Evangelism 2
BI245 The Books of I and II Corinthians 2
BI221 The Book of Matthew 1
BC325 Pre-Marital Counseling 1
HO306 How to Rear Children 2
H0311 How to Rear Teenagers 2

Pastoral Assistant Major

This major is designed for the prospective assistant pastor for the local church. Upon completion of the prescribed course, a bachelor of science degree is granted. Completion Requirements - 128 total semester credit hours Estimated completion time is four years. Completion time may vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable.

Course Requirements

Cat/No Course Title Credits
BI101 Old Testament Survey 3
BI229 Acts of the Apostles 2
LS112 Preparation for Leadership 1
MU101 Fundamentals of Music 2
EN101 English Composition 101 3
CE211 Christian Manhood I 1
BI217 Pastoral Epistles 2
CE204 The Second Man 2
BI102 New Testament Survey 3
CE106 Church Education I 4
BI094 Proverbs 2
EN102 English Composition 102 3
CE228 Christian Manhood II 1
BI103 Personal Evangelism 2
BU100 Personal Finance 1
CE107 Church Education II 4
CE303 Starting a New Testament Church 2
BI200 The Book of Genesis 2
HI201 U.S. History I 3
EN201 Sophomore English 3
BI245 The Books of I and II Corinthians 2
CE203 Church Education III 4
BI181 Hermeneutics 2
HI098 History of the Baptists in America 2
ED201 Introduction to Education 2
CE205 Applied Sunday School 2
BI222 Romans 2
EN225 Preaching I 2
CE206 Church Education IV 4
Cat/No Course Title Credits
BI375 Biblical Theology I 3
ED406 Church and School Law 2
BI353 Life of Christ 2
LS412 Principles of Leadership 1
EN226 Preaching II 2
MI225 Biblical Missions 2
BI376 Biblical Theology II 3
BI313 Historical Books 3
MU441 Music in the Soul-Winning Church 2
BI261 The Book of Psalms 2
BI225 Prayer 2
BI341 Teaching the Bible 1
BI207 Biblical Character Traits 2
MU290 Evangelistic Song Leading 2
CE307 Youth Ministry I 2
PS312 Marriage Counseling 1
ED409 School Administration 2
LS114 Christian Ethics 1
BI402 Daniel and Revelation 3
HI210 The Fundamental Man 2
EN422 Preachers' Writing Seminar 2
CE321 Principles of Church Growth 2
BI305 History of the Bible 2
BI311 The Book of Hebrews 2
HI204 History of Jerusalem 2
BI111 Concentrated Evangelism 2
HO306 How to Rear Children 2
HO311 How to Rear Teenagers 2
PS300 Biblical Counseling 2
BI221 The Book of Matthew 1
BC325 Pre-Marital Counseling 1

Youth Pastor Major

This program is designed for the prospective youth pastor for the local church. Upon completion of this program, a bachelor of science degree is granted. Completion Requirements - 128 total semester credit hours Estimated completion time is four years. Completion time may vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable.

Course Requirements

Cat/No Course Title Credits
BI101 Old Testament Survey 3
BI229 Acts of the Apostles 2
LS112 Preparation for Leadership 1
MU101 Fundamentals of Music 2
EN101 English Composition 101 3
CE211 Christian Manhood I 1
BI217 Pastoral Epistles 2
CE204 The Second Man 2
BI101 New Testament Survey 3
CE106 Church Education I 4
BI094 Proverbs 2
EN102 English Composition 102 3
CE228 Christian Manhood II 1
BI103 Personal Evangelism 2
BU100 Personal Finance 1
CE107 Church Education II 4
CE307 Youth Ministry I 2
BI200 The Book of Genesis 2
HI201 U.S. History I 3
EN201 Sophomore English 3
BI222 The Book of Romans 2
CE203 Church Education III 4
BI181 Hermeneutics 2
HI098 History of the Baptists in America 1
ED201 Introduction to Education 2
CE205 Applied Sunday School 2
CE308 Youth Ministry II 2
EN225 Preaching I 2
CE206 Church Education IV 4
BI305 History of the Bible 2
BI111 Concentrated Evangelism 2
Cat/No Course Title Credits
BI375 Biblical Theology I 3
ED406 Church and School Law 2
BI353 Life of Christ 2
LS412 Principles of Leadership 1
EN226 Preaching II 2
YH202 Philosophy of Youth Work 1
BI376 Biblical Theology II 3
YH203 Coaching and Leadership 2
MU441 Music in the Soul-Winning Church 2
YH204 Applied Youth Work 2
BI225 Prayer 2
SC210 Creation 1
BI402 Daniel and Revelation 3
BI207 Biblical Character Traits 2
MU290 Evangelistic Song Leading 2
YH205 Preaching and Teaching to Teenagers 2
PS312 Marriage Counseling 1
ED402 School Administration I 2
HI210 The Fundamental Man 2
CE321 Principles of Church Growth 2
BI311 The Book of Hebrews 2
HI204 History of Jerusalem 2
MI225 Biblical Missions 2
BI245 The Books of I and II Corinthians 2
HO306 How to Rear Children 2
HO311 How to Rear Teenagers 2
PS300 Biblical Counseling 2
PS404 Child Psychology 1
ED213 Philosophy of Education 3
BI221 The Book of Matthew 1

Missions Major

This program is designed for the prospective missionary, either foreign or home.  The establishment of rural churches in the United States is dealt with when studying home missions.  Upon completion of this course, a bachelor of science degree with a major in missions is granted. Completion Requirements - 128 total semester credit hours Estimated completion time is four years. Completion time may vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable.

Course Requirements

Cat/No Course Title Credits
BI101 Old Testament Survey 3
BI229 Acts of the Apostles 2
LS112 Preparation for Leadership 1
MU101 Fundamentals of Music 2
EN101 English Composition 101 3
CE228 Christian Manhood I 1
BI321 Creation to Christ 3
BI102 New Testament Survey 3
CE106 Church Education I 4
BI094 Proverbs 2
EN102 English Composition 102 3
CE211 Christian Manhood II 1
BI103 Personal Evangelism 2
BU100 Personal Finance 1
CE107 Church Education II 4
CE303 Starting a New Testament Church 2
MI225 Biblical Missions 2
EN201 Sophomore English 3
BU210 Church and School Finance 2
BI341 Teaching the Bible 1
MI301 Team Missions 2
CE153 Church Education III 4
MI205 Countries without Christ 2
MI223 Biographies of Great Missionaries 2
MI406 Missionary Education 2
CE403 Winning Muslims to Christ 2
BI222 The Book of Romans 2
EN225 Preaching I 2
CE153 Church Education IV 4
Cat/No Course Title Credits
BI375 Biblical Theology I 3
MI421 Missionary Strategies 2
MI401 Missionary Practical Helps 2
LS412 Principles of Leadership 1
EN226 Preaching II 2
MI280 Problems on the Mission Field 2
LS114 Christian Ethics 1
MI322 Missionary Relationships 2
BI376 Biblical Theology II 3
BI209 Greek I 3
MU441 Music in the Soul-Winning Church 2
BI504 Cults 2
BI225 Prayer 2
HI201 U.S. History I 3
MI332 Missionary Deputation 2
BI210 Greek II 3
MU290 Evangelistic Song Leading 2
BI217 Pastoral Epistles 2
EN314 Linguistics 2
ED402 School Administration I 2
HI210 The Fundamental Man 2
CE321 Principles of Church Growth 2
BI261 The Book of Psalms 2
MI304 Missionary Communications 2
MI203 Practical Medical Training 3
MI324 Team Missions II 2
HO306 How to Rear Children 2
HO311 How to Rear Teenagers 2
BI221 The Book of Matthew 1

Elementary Education (Men)

This course of study is designed to train professional leaders and teachers for the elementary grades of a Christian school. Upon completion of the prescribed course, a bachelor of science degree is granted with a major in elementary education. Completion Requirements - 128 total semester credit hours Estimated completion time is four years. Completion time may vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable.

Course Requirements

Cat/No Course Title Credits
BI101 Old Testament Survey 3
MU101 Fundamentals of Music 2
EN101 English Composition 101 3
LS112 Preparation for Leadership 1
BI200 The Book of Genesis 2
BI103 Personal Evangelism 2
CE211 Christian Manhood I 1
BI102 New Testament Survey 3
EN102 English Composition 102 3
BU100 Personal Finance 1
CE228 Christian Manhood II 1
BI414 Life of Christ 2
EN225 Preaching I 2
CE106 Church Education I 4
ED221 Great Teaching Methods 3
LS412 Principles of Leadership 1
ED303 Teaching Music in the Christian School 2
EN201 Sophomore English 3
ED401 Children's Literature I 2
CE1 Church Education II 4
SC201 Physical Science Survey I 3
PS301 Educational Psychology 2
ED107 Child Psychology 1
EN301 American Literature 3
HI201 U.S. History I 3
EN226 Preaching II 2
BI375 Biblical Theology I 3
Cat/No Course Title Credits
ED201 Introduction to Education 2
ED213 Philosophy of Education 3
BI229 Acts of the Apostles 2
ED303 Teaching Physical Education 2
HO306 How to Rear Children 2
PS422 Essentials of Student Counseling 2
BI376 Biblical Theology II 3
ED311 Teaching Science in the Elementary School 3
BI207 Biblical Character Traits 2
HI210 The Fundamental Man 2
BI311 The Book of Hebrews 2
ED309 Church and School Law 2
BI094 The Book of Proverbs 2
ED312 Teaching Reading and Language Arts 3
ED413 Children's Literature II 2
BI225 Prayer 2
HI202 U.S. History II 3
SC202 Physical Science Survey II 3
SC201 Teaching Math in the Elementary School 3
HO311 How to Rear Teenagers 2
ED410 Principles and Methods of Teaching 3
ED400 Student Teaching 16

Elementary Education (Ladies)

This course of study is designed to train professional leaders and teachers for the elementary grades of a Christian school. Upon completion of the prescribed course, a bachelor of science degree is granted with a major in elementary education. Completion Requirements - 128 total semester credit hours Estimated completion time is four years. Completion time may vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable.

Course Requirements

Cat/No Course Title Credits
BI101 Old Testament Survey 3
BI261 The Book of Psalms 2
MU101 Fundamentals of Music 2
EN101 English Composition 101 3
LS112 Preparation for Leadership 1
BI200 The Book of Genesis 2
BI103 Personal Evangelism 2
HO203 Christian Womanhood I 1
BI102 New Testament Survey 3
EN102 English Composition 102 3
BI094 The Book of Proverbs 2
BU100 Personal Finance 1
HO223 Christian Womanhood II 1
BI414 Life of Christ 2
ED112 Speech 2
ED201 Introduction to Education 2
HO306 How to Rear Children 2
ED221 Great Teaching Methods 3
HI201 U.S. History I 3
EN201 Sophomore English 3
ED401 Children's Literature I 2
MU111 Beginning Music Theory 2
SC201 Physical Science Survey I 3
PS301 Educational Psychology 2
LS412 Principles of Leadership 1
PS422 Essentials of Student Counseling 2
ED300 Teaching Music in the Christian School 2
PS404 Child Psychology 1
Cat/No Course Title Credits
EN301 American Literature 3
BI501 Biblical Theology I 3
ED213 Philosophy of Education 3
BI225 Prayer 2
HO214 Women of the Bible 2
BI229 Acts of the Apostles 2
ED303 Teaching Physical Education 2
BI376 Biblical Theology II 3
ED311 Teaching Science in the Elementary School 3
BI207 Biblical Character Traits 2
HO323 Christian Ladies' Attitude and Appearance 2
HI210 The Fundamental Man 2
BI311 The Book of Hebrews 2
ED406 Church and School Law 2
ED312 Teaching Reading and Language Arts 3
HO264 Preparation for Marriage 2
ED413 Children's Literature II 2
HI202 U.S. History II 3
SC202 Physical Science Survey II 3
SC201 Teaching Math in the Elementary School 3
ED410 Principles and Methods of Education 3
HO311 How to Rear Teenagers 2
ED400 Student Teaching 16