Dual Degree Completion - Courses

Introduction | Courses

General Education Minimum Credits Comments
English Composition 6  
College Algebra 3  
Natural Science 3 Chemistry, Biology, Physics, etc.
Finance 3 Economics, Accounting, etc.
History and Civilization 6 American, Western, World, etc.
Sociology 3 Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, etc.
Literature 3 English, Western, etc.
Communications 3 Speech, Print, etc.
General Education Total =  30  
Bible and Christian Studies Minimum Credits Comments
Old Testament Survey 3  
New Testament Survey 3  
Basic Christian Doctrine 3  
World Religions 3  
Cultural Studies 3 Philosophy, Culture, Worldview, etc.
Bible and Christian Studies Total =  15  
Electives Minimum Credits Comments
Electives Total =  45 Can be any combination of other college courses and/or, CLEP, competency assessments, or prior learning assessments obtained from CAEL LearningCounts.org 
Combined B.A./Master’s Courses Minimum Credits Comments
Bible Study Methods 6 TBS: BSM501 and BSM502 
Theology 12 TBS: THE501, THE502, THE503, and THE504 
Church History 6 TBS: THE510, THE511 
Spiritual Formation & Ministry 6 TBS: SFM501, SFM502 
Combined B.A./Master’s Courses Total =  30  
Total Undergraduate Credits = 120  
Additional Master of Arts Credits =
Total Combined B.A./M.A. credits =
+ 30
(See Master of Arts of program overview)


Additional Master of Divinity Credits =
Total Combined B.A./M.Div. credits =
+ 66
(See Master of Divinity of program overview)

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Admissions Policy
The Bible Seminary admits students of any race, sex, color, disability, age, or national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the Seminary. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, disability, age, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its hiring policies, educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other school-administered programs.