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Bachelor of Theology


Prerequisites: Associate Degree or Equivalent


The Bachelor of Theology (B.Th.) degree focuses on historical, systematic, and biblical theology. Professional ministry issues are not a focus of this program. Nevertheless, the program is designed to provide a theological foundation for ministerial service. The program consists of 20 courses, 3 semester credit hours each, for a total of 60 credit hours. The curriculum for this degree program is produced by some of the world’s top biblical scholars and theologians and serves persons who wish to explore disciplines within Christian theology.


Courses You’ll Complete to Earn Your Degree

  • BOT111 Old Testament Survey I

  • BOT122 Old Testament Survey II

  • BNT100 New Testament Survey

  • BTH106 Bible Doctrines

  • BPA475 Understanding Prayer

  • BTH121 Systematic Theology I

  • BTH221 Systematic Theology II

  • BTH 343 Systematic Theology III

  • BTH454 Systematic Theology IV

  • BTH460 Biblical Hermeneutics

  • BPA370 Homiletics

  • BTH300 God’s Kingdom Principles

  • ADM311 Leadership in Ministry I

  • ADM422 Leadership in Ministry II

  • BPA460 Ethics and Excellence

  • BPA333 Nature of Faith

  • BPA230 Living Epistles

  • MIS340 Comparative Religions

  • BTH331 The Anointing

  • MIS232 Biblical Foundations for World Missions


Each student will be assigned an academic advisor to help him or her throughout this program. (Courses are subject to change at the suggestion of your academic advisor)


A student may substitute up to 5 courses providing that all prerequisites are met. A clear relationship must exist between the selected courses. Students may choose courses from the student catalog.  All course substitutions must be approved by the student's academic advisor.


A total of 60 semester hours are required, with a minimum of thirty semester hours from CBIS. A 2.5 GPA is required on a scale of 4.0. Each course is worth 3 semester hours.


*The completion of CED151 English Grammar and CED251 English I is a requirement for all undergraduate degree programs.*


Your theological journey starts here.

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