The PURPOSE of the Master of Arts programs is to offer core and specialized graduate-level education for professional ministry leadership.
The MA curricula integrate an in-depth study of the Bible with basic historical, theological and practical disciplines critical to developing professional skills for ministry in the 21st century.
Master of Arts in Biblical Languages and Culture (54-credit hours) offers students opportunities to strategically and comprehensively study all 66 books of the Bible; learn basic historical, theological, and practical knowledge critical for serving in professional ministry leadership; and experientially explore and practice ministry skills related to in-depth knowledge of biblical languages and culture.
MABLC Objectives include the following:
Graduates of the MABLC program will possess the following competencies:
Frequency of Offering
At least some courses required for the MABLC program are offered every fall and spring semester on the main campus, and some core courses are also offered at various remote instructional locations. See the Academic Calendar for specific times and availabilities.