Students receive training in classical theological disciplines such as Old Testament, New Testament, church history, systematic theology, and biblical languages, as well as applied disciplines such as Christian leadership, preaching, evangelism, discipleship, worship, missions, Bible teaching, and counseling. In addition, students may use elective hours to pursue concentrations from the Terry School of Educational Ministries in accordance with their ministry goals and academic interests.
1 Students who have completed Old Testament or New Testament introductory courses in their undergraduate work with a grade of “A” or “B” may be eligible to replace these surveys with other OLDTS and NEWTS courses instead. An evaluation of the undergraduate transcript must be performed to determine eligibility. The student must complete an “Advanced Standing without Credit” application and have a transcript evaluation by the Office of the Registrar.
2 Female students will take WOMST 4043.
3 Students seeking a concentration might be required to take concentration-specific Field Experience courses in that division. See Concentrations.