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Associate of Arts Biblical Studies

Program Overview

The AA Biblical Studies provides students with the opportunity to gain broad exposure to the college curriculum while emphasizing study in Biblical Studies and Theology. The education that can be gained makes the program an excellent basis for students who will continue personal study, develop further skills to be used in lay ministry, and for further study at the undergraduate level.


 

Credit Hours: 63
Coordinator: Samuel Hildebrandt

Faculty
Kevin Daugherty, PhD
Associate Professor of Theology
Ken Guenter, MA
Associate Professor of Old Testament and Ancient Near Eastern History
Samuel Hildebrandt, PhD
Assistant Professor of Old Testament
Carl Hinderager, PhD
Professor of New Testament
David Miller, PhD
Associate Professor of New Testament and Early Judaism
Wes Olmstead, PhD
Professor of New Testament
Don Taylor, DTh
Assistant Professor of Old Testament
Susan Wendel, PhD
Associate Professor of New Testament
    Requirements  Program Sheet

Requirements

  • the completion of the AA core requirements
  • the completion of 24 hours of Biblical Studies, including at least 6 credit hours in each of the Old and New Testaments
  • the completion of Free Electives (to bring credit hour total to 63 credit hours)
  • SL 1-2 Service and Experiential Learning (non-credit)

I have been incredibly blessed to be a part of a community that not only dared me to 'think brave thoughts' but also dared me to be a more authentic follower of Christ
Russell Price