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Minor

Ancient and Biblical Languages

Tailor your degree to fit your needs.

Taking a minor enhances your major by giving a new perspective to your degree. Study more deeply in another area that interests you and grow more versatile as you pursue your calling.

Add a minor in Ancient and Biblical Languages to your program and grow in your knowledge and competency in languages while working towards your degree.

View the course requirements for a minor in Ancient and Biblical Languages below.

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Requirements
Credit Hours: 18

The Minor in Ancient and Biblical Languages requires 18 credit hours of course work including the following:

Required Courses:
at least 6 credit hours in two (2) ancient languages
at least 6 credit hours at the 300+ level

Available Courses:
ARA 100 Biblical and Extra-biblical Aramaic
GRK 200 Introductory Greek I
GRK 201 Introductory Greek II
GRK 300 Greek Syntax
GRK 301 Greek Exegesis
GRK 400 Greek Exegesis II
GRK 401 Advanced Greek Exegesis
HEB 200 Introductory Hebrew I
HEB 201 Introductory Hebrew II
HEB 300 Hebrew Syntax and Exegesis I
HEB 301 Hebrew Syntax and Exegesis II

The Minor in Ancient and Biblical Languages may be combined with a BA Biblical Studies.

The professors really promote in-class discussion and I thrive off of that. The level of the engagement the professors show in their material encourages me to also have a deep level of engagement.
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