AA Degree Track in Biblical Studies

Training Overview

AA degree in Biblical Studies reflects the desire to train the students in “accurately handling the word of truth” (2 Tim. 2:15). This is accomplished by learning the skills of various forms of inductive Bible study to discover the biblical author’s intent through understanding the grammatical, historical and literary context.

Our goal is to equip students with the skills needed to study, understand and communicate scriptural truths as a part of their daily life. They will learn to understand the responsibility of delivering the word of God, as well as gain the skills needed to communicate with confidence and in an engaging way. Students will gain well rounded historical and biblical knowledge in order to experience what God is teaching through His word.
Students with an AA degree in Biblical Studies will be empowered and transformed by scriptural knowledge. They will learn discipline, endurance and be encouraged and equipped to go deeper than ever into Biblical truth. The knowledge and skills gained will prepare graduates for ministry teaching, as well as public communication of the Word. Graduates will be armed and ready to go into all nations and preach the gospel!

“All scripture is inspired by God and is useful for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, so that everyone who belongs to God may be proficient, equipped for every good work.”
2 Timothy 3:16-17

Degree Track*

Quarter Length Courses Credits
5-6 months Discipleship Training School (Pre-requisite) 20 – 24
January 2020 3 months School of Biblical Studies I 12
April 2020 3 months School of Biblical Studies II 12
July 2020 3 months School of Biblical Studies Field Assignment 6
1 month Break
October 2020 3 months School of Biblical Studies III 12
  3 weeks Break  
January 2021 3 months Biblical Teaching and Preaching School 12
April 2021 3 months Biblical Teaching and Preaching Field Assignment & WBH 12
24 months Total Credits 84 – 88

*possible dates for degree track.

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