Theological Studies (EC)

Theological Studies - Associates Degree

God reveals himself through his Word and, to a lesser degree, through his world. This program examines the Bible, God’s revealed Word, in broad introductory overviews of the Holy Scriptures (isagogics) as well as in close reading of a particular biblical book (exegetical studies). The program also studies God’s providence in history. In addition, students receive practical training in the application of their studies in ministry to others. This program may offer some students the opportunity for a vocation in the church, either as a primary or secondary calling.

Through participation in, and upon completion of, the Associate of Arts in Theological Studies at Concordia University Wisconsin, students will:

  • Have a greater understanding of God’s Word, the Holy Scripture
  • Appreciate the value of sound Christian doctrine based squarely on the Bible
  • Develop a heightened awareness of God’s working throughout history
  • Grow in their relationship with Christ and put his teachings into practice in their vocations
  • Employ various methods of delivering and defending biblical truth in a relevant and practical way to diverse groups
  • Demonstrate an understanding of research skill
Major/Core: Theological Studies48
Additional Core Curriculum9
Total Hours63

Course Requirements

Required Courses
AL 107Student Success Strategies3
AL 204College Writing 13
AL 379Classical Greece and Rome 13
AL 159Heritage of Faith 13
REL 201Old Testament3
REL 203New Testament3
REL 383Gospel of Luke3
AL 395Life of Christ3
REL 204Biblical Theology 13
REL 376Christian Ethics3
REL 387Christ's People Thru the Ages 13
REL 233Communicating Bible Messages3
REL 229Rel Educ-Youth & Adults3
REL 287Christian Care Giving3
REL 310Religion in America Today3
or REL 410 World Religions
REL 312Office Professional Chrch Work3
Additional Core Requirements
CCE 110Western Culture & Worldview3
CCE 140Science & Humanity3
Natural World - Mathematics3
Select 6 elective credits6
Total Hours63