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AA, Biblical Studies

The Associate of Arts degree with a major in Biblical Studies is designed to provide students with a basic knowledge of the Bible and its interpretation as preparation for further training for vocational ministry.

Students graduating with an Associate of Arts, Biblical Studies major will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate knowledge of the Old and New Testaments.
  2. Interpret Scripture according to basic hermeneutical principles.
  3. Formulate theological beliefs based upon biblical and historical perspectives.
  4. Demonstrate basic skills in communicating biblical truth.

Biblical Studies Course Catalog

GENERAL EDUCATION CORE (42 HOURS)
BN170 Introduction to Business and Finance
BS205 Historical Geography of the Bible
CM110 Basic Communication
GE101 English Composition I
GE102 English Composition II
GE135 Quantitative Reasoning
GE185 Introduction to Physical Science
GE240 Survey of World Literature
HM344 Christianity and the Arts
HT210 American History
HT411 World Religions
MS201 Global Missions
PY100 Introduction to Psychology
GS181 Integrative I, Leadership
GS182 Integrative II, Assessment
GS183 Integrative III, Capstone

BIBLICAL STUDIES Major (18 HOURS)
BS115 Old Testament Survey I
BS116 Old Testament Survey II
BS117 New Testament Survey I
BS118 New Testament Survey II
HT104 The Church
MN201 Personal Evangelism & Discipleship

Online Option

You can now complete the AA in Biblical Studies degree using one of three different formats: on-campus, online, or a blended format. MBC provides a Christian environment in which to study and learn. Our smaller size allows you to have more personal contact with your professors. Our new online program allows you the convenience of study on your schedule and in your home or office. The blended format provides the advantages of both. Many of the online courses offered in the AA in Biblical Studies degree plan meet the requirements of several degree plans offered through Midwestern College; however, before registering for a course, be sure it meets the requirements for your specific degree plan.