Master of Arts - Degree Schedule

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The table below outlines a general degree schedule for a full-time student. Actual schedule depends on available courses and may vary for individual students.

First Year
Fall Semester   Spring Semester
BSM 501: Bible Study Methods I - Esther, Obadiah, Mark 3 BSM 502: Bible Study Methods II - Ruth, 1 & 2 Samuel, Philemon 3
THE 501: Theology I - Genesis, Gospel of John 3 THE 502: Theology II - Romans, Hebrews 3
MIS 501: Missions I - (Perspectives on the World Christian Movement) 3 PRA 501: Prayer and Worship I - Leviticus, 1 & 2 Chronicles 3
SFM 501: Spiritual Formation & Ministry I/OT Survey - Exodus, Numbers 3 SFM 502: Spiritual Formation & Ministry II/NT Survey - Matthew 3
(Elective) 3 (Elective) 3
Total Hours = 15 Total Hours = 15

Second Year
Fall Semester   Spring Semester
PAS 501: Pastor-Shepherd I - Job, Jeremiah, Lamentations 3 APO 501: Apologetics - Proverbs, James, 1 John 3
PAS 511: Pastor-Leader I - Titus, 1 & 2 Kings 3 PRE 501: Expository Preaching/Teaching I - Isaiah 3
THE 503: Theology III - 1 & 2 Corinthians; 1 & 2 Timothy 3 THE 504: Theology IV - Joel, Daniel, Revelation 3
THE 510: Church History - Acts 3 THE 511: Church History II - (Holy Land Trip) 3
(Elective) 3 (Elective) 3
Total Hours = 15 Total Hours = 15

Cumulative Total = 60 Hours (20 courses)

Course objectives – To walk students through the book(s) of the Bible specified, while also providing professional training in the M.A. disciplines denoted by each course name. A third objective includes teaching, modeling, and instilling the 7 Core Values of The Bible Seminary.

Course sequence – Although the above schedule indicates a standard design sequence for Master of Arts students, most courses are independently self-contained and can be taken in any order.


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