School: Social Sciences and Humanities
Degree Type: Minor
Format: In-Person
Student Type: Traditional Undergraduate

If you’re interested in learning more about the sacred texts of the Bible, key theological questions and ideas that emerge from wrestling with faith in relationship to the real world, and stories of ancestors of the faith that have lived within the history of Christianity, explore our Biblical and Theological Studies minor. This minor prepares you for work in church ministry, further graduate study, or to bring theological lenses and foundations to any other work.

Minor in Biblical and Theological Studies

(24 credits: 12 credits in residence, 12 credits upper division.)

BI 310 | Studying the Old Testament | 3 credits
BI 315 | Teaching the Old Testament | 3 credits
BI 320 | Studying the New Testament | 3 credits
BI 325 | Teaching the New Testament | 3 credits
RE 330 | Church History I: Early and Medieval Persecution, Power, and Peoples | 3 credits
REL 370 | Church History II: Holiness, Denominationalism and Theological Movements | 3 credits
TH 401 | Constructive Theology I | 3 credits
TH 402 | Constructive Theology II | 3 credits

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