Associate Of Theology
Associate Of TheologyThe Associate degree provides a basic yet solid theological training for equipping anyone who is considering any type of ministry within the church (pastoral, women, youth/children, missions, etc.). Upon completion of the Associate’s degree, a student will have an essential knowledge of the Bible and the Christian Faith. Such knowledge would enable the student to minister in any capacity within the local church with a certain degree of confidence. Apply Now
This degree is also built into the Bachelor’s degree program as core curriculum and takes the student almost half-way through it. Any student who has completed the Associate’s degree is naturally eligible to transfer into the Bachelor’s degree program. Conversely, a student who fails to complete a Bachelor’s degree program can, in most cases, revert to the Associate degree. Click here for further information.
Credits Hours: 59
- Biblical Studies: 27 Credit Hours
- Theological/Historical Studies: 19 Credit Hours
- Practical Theology: 5 Credit Hours
Number of Courses: 24
Associate of Theology degree plan
|NT Greek Grammar I||GK1013||3|
|NT Greek Grammar II||GK1023||3|
|NT Survey I||NT1013||3|
|NT Survey II||NT1023||3|
|OT Hebrew Grammar I||HE1013||3|
|OT Hebrew Grammar II||HE1023||3|
|OT Survey I||OT1013||3|
|OT Survey II||OT1023||3|
|Biblical Theology of Manhood & Womanhood||BT1013||3|
|Church History I||CH1013||3|
|Church History II||CH1023||3|
|Systematic Theology I||ST1014||4|
|Systematic Theology II||ST1023||3|
|Ecclesiology & Baptist Heritage||ST2023||3|
|Introduction to Biblical Exposition||BE2013||3|
|Spiritual Formation I||SF1011||1|
|Spiritual Formation II||SF1021||1|
|Ethics & Philosophy|
|The Christian Home||ET1013||3|
|Center for Evangelism & Missions|
|Introduction to Missiology||MI1013|
|Critical Analysis (English and French) *||CA1012||2|
|Malagasy for Academic Writing**||LA1110/1120||0|
|English for Academic Writing**||LA1210|
|French for Academic Writing**||LA1310|
* This course is required for any first semester student.
** Each student will sit for language placement tests and have a passing grade in one or more preferred language(s). The student is approved to adopt a particular language, in which he/she has had a passing grade, as writing/research language. The other language(s) in which the student did not have a passing grade will be offered, free of charge, as (a) required course(s) in the student’s first and second semesters. Students are to take these courses as many times as needed until a passing grade is reached. Each of these language classes has the workload value of a 1 credit-hours course, yet these hours do not accumulate towards the degree.
One credit hour requires 1.1 hours (1h06’) class time and 2.2 additional hours (2h12’) of personal work per week, for one semester. Thus, a 3-credit hours course requires 3.3 hours of class time and 6.6 (6h36’) additional hours of personal work per week, for one semester.
A student enrolled in courses totaling 12 credit hours should expect a 40-hours workload per week, for one semester.