THEOLOGICAL STUDIES


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Bachelor of Arts Theological Studies

A Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree in Theological Studies will provide a rigorous academic program based on bold commitment to the trustworthiness of the Bible that aims to produce first-rate scholars. We offer concentrations for students preparing for Academic Ministry, Church Ministry, and Community Ministry.

Course Code Course Name Credit Hours
CST 011 Ministry Team Service 0
CST 012 Ministry Team Service 0
CST 021 Ministry Team Service 0
CST 022 Ministry Team Service 0
CST 031 Ministry Team Service 0
CST 032 Ministry Team Service 0
CST 041 Ministry Team Service 0
CST 042 Ministry Team Service 0
CST 199 Spiritual Disciplines 3
CST 201 Introduction to the Old Testament 3
CST 202 Introduction to the New Testament 3
CST 299 Turabian Research Seminar 1
CST 301 History of Christian Thought 3
CST 322 Ministry Foundations 3
CST 331 Christian Theology 3
CST 399 Ministry Leadership 3
CST 405 Ministry Internship 3
CST 409 Global Disciple-Making 3
CST 425 International Service Project 3
CST 499 Senior Capstone Course 1
Course Code Course Name Credit Hours
CST 317 Biblical Interpretation 3
CST 332 Christian Apologetics 3
CST 345 History of Baptists 3
GK 201 Elementary Greek 3
GK 202 Elementary Greek 3
HEB 201 Elementary Hebrew 3
HEB 202 Elementary Hebrew 3
Two Additional CST electives) 6
Course Code Course Name Credit Hours
CST 103 Intercultural Perspectives 3
CST 317 Biblical Interpretation 3
CST 318 Homiletics 3
Two Additional CST electives 6
Course Code Course Name Credit Hours
CST 103 Intercultural Perspectives 3
CST 372 English-as-Second-Language (ESL) Ministry 3
CST 373 Social Justice Ministry 3
Two Additional CST electives 6

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Bachelor of Arts in Music

Designed for students pursuing a liberal arts degree in music with an emphasis in applied [vocal/instrumental] music. Opportunities are available to develop performance and ensemble skills, and to understand music in a broader context as one of the humanities.

  • General Admission Requirements
  • Scholarship Audition
  • Theory Placement Test
Course Code Course Name Credit Hours
MU 101 Theory I 3
MU 101L Theory I Lab 1
MU 102 Theory I 3
MU 102L Theory I Lab 1
MU 201 Theory II 3
MU 201L Theory II Lab 1
MU 202 Theory II 3
MU 202L Theory I Lab 1
MU 301 Form and Analysis I 2
MU 302 Form and Analysis II 2
MU 310 Medieval, Ren., & Baroque (WI)(EN 101, MU 101) 3
MU 311 Classic, Rom., & Contemporary (EN 101, MU 101) 3
MU 412 Christian Ethics & the Performing Arts 3
Primary Applied Area (Composition focus: 8 hrs applied + MU 326[2]) 10
Secondary Applied Area 4
Large Ensemble 8
Small Ensemble 0
Concert Music (8 semesters) 0
MU 200 Piano Proficiency 0
MU 300  Junior Recital 0
MU 400 Senior Recital 0
*Degree Requires 18 hour minor