Theological Languages Major (A)
Students learn Hebrew, Greek, and either Latin or German in order to read the Bible and major theological works. The curriculum enables students to attain a high level of competency for reading the Bible in its original languages and is an excellent preparation for graduate work in theology. All pre-seminary students take at least the minor.
|Core Requirements 1||45|
|Electives (credits may very depending on Major(s) and Minor selected)||42|
Major: Applied Theology (recommended)
Minor: Required (minimum 18 credits)
For transfer students, please see the Advanced Transfer Core.
|Required Core Courses|
It is strongly recommended that the theological elective be fulfilled by taking an upper-level course in biblical content.
|One of the language courses below (normally GRK 201) is counted in the core, not the major.|
|GER (4 credits)/ LAT Language Elective I||3|
|GER (4 credits)/ LAT Language Elective II (Second semester of Language Elective I)||3|
|GRK 202||Greek II||3|
|GRK 303||Greek III||3|
|GRK 304||Greek IV||3|
|HEB 301||Hebrew I||3|
|HEB 302||Hebrew II||3|
|HEB 401||Hebrew III||3|
|HEB 402||Hebrew IV||3|
|GRK/HEB XXX Greek/Hebrew V||3|
|GRK/HEB XXX Greek/Hebrew VI||3|
|REL 203||New Testament||3|
|Biblical Skills elective (any theological languages course or Bible elective)||3|