The Advanced Theological Studies major is designed for students who are seeking an intensive undergraduate theological and biblical studies education. This major would be appropriate preparation for those interested in studying theology or biblical studies at the graduate level, for those interested in graduate-level studies in any one of the humanities, or for individuals anticipating attending seminary.

Degree Requirements

Course Structure

I. General Studies Courses – 39 Credits
II. Bible and Theology Foundational Courses – 54 Credits
III. Major – 30 Credits
Total Required Credits – 123 Credits

Core Courses

Choose one: Biblical Ethics,  Contemp. Issues in Theology and Ethics,  C.S. Lewis: Apostle to the Skeptic,  Contemporary Ethical Issues,  Managing Ethics in Organizations,  or Theology of Sanctification.

Choose one: Fundamental Issues in Worship,  Sacred Actions and Sacramentality,  Music and the Arts in Christian Worship,  Philosophy and Theology of Worship, The Church Year, Art and Architecture in Christian Worship,  Images of Christ: The History & Christology of Religious Art & Film  or History of Worship in the Church.

Concentration Courses

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Stuart Parsons, PhD

Professor, Director of Bible and Theology Department