This major provides students with the opportunity to develop skills in the interpretation of the Bible, including the development of beginning skills in the biblical languages. This major complements other programs offered in the Department of Philosophy and Religion, the College of Theology and Christian Ministries, and the University at large. Although most programs within the Department of Philosophy and Religion are related to vocational forms of ministry, this particular major may be taken by persons with either vocational or personal interests and goals.
Administrator: Richard Thompson
Requirements: 12 foundational credits (which also meet general education requirements) and 42 core credits.
These courses from the general education offerings are required as foundational to the major: