Theological Languages Minor (M)
Students learn Hebrew and Greek 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.
|Required Core Courses|
Any REL course with a number above 204
|Required Courses 1|
|REL 203||New Testament||3|
|Select 21 credits in Theological Languages|
|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|
This major/minor is not permitted to share (overlap) any credits with the core curriculum, with a major, with a minor, or with a certificate per departmental policy unless otherwise specified in the curriculum.
Must include REL 203 New Testament (3 credits), theological languages in the core (3 credits), and theological languages in the minor (21 credits). It is recommended that students end up with 12 credits each of Greek and Hebrew, but if a student cannot complete the 12 credits each of Greek and Hebrew successfully, other language courses from the Theological Languages Major can be used to fulfill the 24 required credits for this minor.
Students who are planning to go to seminary should verify seminary requirements and take COMM 105 Public Speaking as necessary.