Associate Courses And Detail Information

Listed Courses

1. ASSOCIATE IN BIBLICAL STUDIES

2. ASSOCIATE IN THEOLOGY

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Avaible Course :

Course Retalted Details :

COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE CREDIT HOURS
ABS 101 THE PERSON OF JESUS CHRIST 5
ABS 102 PRINCIPLES OF BIBLE STUDY 5
ABS 103 THE HEBREW SCRIPTURES 5
ABS 104 EARLY CHURCH HISTORY 5
ABS 105 THE PRISON EPISTLES 5
ABS 106 CHRISTIAN FOUNDATIONS 5
ABS 107 THE GREEK SCRIPTURES 5
ABS 108 BIBLE INTRODUCTION 5
ABS 109 THE PROPHETS 5
ABS 110 PRAYER MINISTRY 5
ABS 111 CHRISTIAN ETHICS 5
ABS 112 LEADERSHIP 5
ABS 113 PRACTICAL MINISTRY 10
COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE CREDIT HOURS
ATH 101 PRINCIPLES OF F BIBLE STUDIES 5
ATH 102 BIBLE INTRODUCTIONS 5
ATH 103 THE HEBREW SCRIPTURES 5
ATH 104 THE GREEK SCRIPTURES 5
ATH 105 PRAYER MINISTRY 5
ATH 106 EARLY CHURCH HISTORY 5
ATH 107 BIBLICAL LEADERSHIP 5
ATH 108 PASTORAL THEOLOGY 5
ATH 109 CHRISTIAN COUNSELING 5
ATH 110 CHRISTIAN FOUNDATIONS 5
ATH 111 THE PERSON OF JESUS CHRIST 5
ATH 112 EVANGELISM 5
ATH 113 PRACTICAL MINISTRY 10

Requirements

The Associate degree course provides the students with the necessary basic knowledge of Theology and Ministry.

Successful completion of the Associate degree course will lead to the award of the University’s Associate Degree in Biblical Studies or Theology as the case may be, and will entitle the student to register for the Bachelor course in any area of concentration.

The Dean of Academic Affairs and his associates are available to counsel any student concerning selection of his or her major.  Students must pass all the related and compulsory courses to earn him or her a major.

The Associate Degree is broken down into two separate programs.  The students who desire a Bachelor’s Degree in Theology or Divinity should follow the Associate of Theology Degree program.

The students who desire a Bachelor’s Degree in Christian Counseling, Christian Education or Christian Missions should follow the Associate of Biblical Studies program.

There are 60 credit hours required to earn the Associate Degree.  Transfer credits in Theology, Humanities and other related subjects from other colleges may be used along with Life Experience, Leadership Seminars and Ministry Experience to fulfill some of the requirements in each Degree program.

Credits transferred must be comparable subjects to those required and offered by BCU.  Requirements for any degree must be approved by the Dean of Studies. Please Note: A minimum of eight (8) courses  must be taken through Bethel Christian University to earn the Associate Degree.