Dive into the stories and teachings of the Bible, exploring both the Old and New Testaments, with the biblical literature emphasis.
- Courses discuss the life and teachings of Paul, biblical interpretation throughout various historical periods and biblical narrative.
- Elective courses allow you to choose from a variety of subjects that address personal interests and help meet future goals.
A solid understanding and knowledge of biblical literature provides a background for careers such as church leadership, missions and evangelism, and Christian education. Continued study is also available in seminary programs, philosophy, history and a variety of other subjects.
Emphasis Required Courses
|BLIT-310-BLIT 349||OT Biblical Literature||3|
|BLIT-310-BLIT 349||NT Biblical Literature||3|
|BLIT-310-BLIT 349||Units Biblical Literature (OT or NT)||3|
|BIB 304||Paul and His Letters||3|
|BIB 441 or|
|Biblical Interpretation: to 18th Century or|
Biblical Interpretation: 19th-21st Centuries
|LIT 395||Text and Performance||3|
Select six units of the following
|MIN||any course with this prefix|
|REL||any course with this prefix|
|THEO||any course with this prefix|
|COM 368 or|
|Ancient and Medieval Rhetoric or|
Ancient and Medieval Rhetoric
|HIST 360||Greece: Drama and Paideia in the Polis||4|
|HIST 365||Rome: Politics, Pagans and Patristics||4|
|LIT 460||Critical Approaches to Literature||3|