Associate of Arts in Biblical Studies

Upon completion of the Associate of Arts (A.A.) in Biblical Studies, the graduate should be able to:


1.      Demonstrate skills in critical thinking;
2.      Identify and understand basic biblical doctrines and history;
3.      Exhibit proficiency and competency in GE/AA courses and coursework;
4.      Utilize personal and academic feedback;
5.      Demonstrate basic communication skills and readiness for upper division courses;
6.      Demonstrate involvement in local ministries, spiritual disciplines, and devotional practices; and
7.      Demonstrate the importance of the Biblical worldview in general studies.


Breakdown of core curriculum...
ClassClass DescriptionCredits
Bible Requirements
BBL101Old Testament Survey3 Credits
BBL111Biblical Covenants3 Credits
BBL151New Testament Survey3 Credits
BBL201Bible Doctrines Survey3 Credits
General Education Requirements
ENG101English Composition I3 Credits
ENG102English Composition II3 Credits
ENL211Literature3 Credits
SPH101Speech3 Credits

United States History I

OR HIS 101 History of Civilization I

3 Credits
SCI201Biology3 Credits
SCI125Earth Science3 Credits
MAC301College Algebra I3 Credits
MAC302College Algebra II3 Credits
MIW201World Religions3 Credits
GED101College Orientation1 Credit
 PHS210Philosophy3 Credits
  Psychology or Sociology3 Credits
  Bible Electives11 Credits
  Total: 60 Credits