Academics

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Academics

Program Structure
Preparatory Courses: 0 Credits, 4 Courses (Required for admittance into Biblical Studies Certificate Program, B.S.C.)

Biblical Studies Certificate: 30 Credits, 10 Courses, 3 Credits each (4 Preparatory Course Pre-Requisites)

Associate of Arts in Biblical Theology: 60 Credits, 20 Courses at 3 Credits each (10 B.S.C. Pre-Requisites)

Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Theology: 120 Credits, 40 Courses at 3 Credits each (20 A.A.B.T. Pre-Requisites)

Course Schedule
All in-person, lecture-based courses meet weekly on Thursdays from 7 pm – 9 pm (8 course hours) at Eagle Heights Bible College. Students should anticipate working 2-3 additional hours per week or up to 15 hours per month on assignments. The first three classes will generally include any combination of lecture, discussion, group activity, etc. The fourth class will conclude a final exam, presentation, final discussion, and/or group assignment.

Grading
Attendance: 10% (2.5% per week)
In-Class Participation: 20% (5% per week)
Assignments: 30% (Average of All Assignments)
Final: 40%

Financial Structure
Tuition is due in full 2 weeks before the start of the semester. All fees are non-refundable. Payment plans are available online.

Tuition Fees
Non-refundable Enrollment Fee for all first-time students: $350 due at time of enrollment.
Semester 1 Tuition Fee: $1300
Semester 2 Tuition Fee: $1300
Semester 3 Tuition Fee: $1850
Semester 4 Tuition Fee: $1850

Required Non-Credit Courses
CM001 Introduction to Research
CM002 Introduction to Writing
CM003 Introduction to Speech
CM004 Foundational Study Habits

The B.S.C. is a 30-credit certificate that serves as the first step toward pursuing a degree in Biblical Theology, another degree, or to provide in-depth knowledge of the Bible.

Prerequisites:
High School diploma or G.E.D.
Official Transcripts (sealed, unopened) sent directly to Eagle Heights Bible College reflecting any coursework completed at an approved institution.

General Requirements:
Biblical Studies: 9 Credits
Christian Theology: 18 Credits
Educational Elective: 3 Credits

Costs:
Application Fee: $35
Enrollment Fee: $250
Degree Program: $1300
*All fees are non-refundable

All courses are 3 credit hours. A GPA of 2.0 must be maintained.

Semester 1: September 2022 – June 2023 (B.S.C.) Biblical Studies Certificate

BS101 Bibliology I – EXPANDED COURSE!

Examining the origin of the Bible throughout the history of time including its basic and extended structure, content, and context, how the Word of God survived conflict and opposition, and its translation history. Ancient and modern perspectives will be examined through the lens of Bible as history, science, literature and as a representation of sociological, anthropological, and philosophical study. Theories of the literal, rhetorical, and symbolic usage of numbers will be explored. The relationship of creationism and evolution will be explored from a biblical context.

BS102 Bibliology II – EXPANDED COURSE!

Study of the Old and New Testaments including origination, authorship, structure, and correlation to one another. Survey of original biblical texts and translations. Exploration of the Books of the Apocrypha. Examination of the time and space between the Old and New Testament.

BS103 Survey of Exegetical Study

Critical explanation and interpretation of biblical texts to reveal the original and intended meaning of scripture. Appropriate application is examined through the lens of context, audience, culture, word translation, and tone. The exegetical process and core methods of interpretation will be explored in addition to the examination of misapplication and misunderstanding of texts.

CT101 Humanism vs. The Godhead

Fundamental understanding of the existence, nature, names, and attributes of God examined through the facts and various arguments of biblical, non-Christian, and non-theistic views. Through examination of the heretical teachings that necessitated the various Creeds defining the existence of the Godhead will be discussed alongside symbolic representations in scripture.

CT102 Christology

Doctrinal study of Jesus Christ as Messiah from a systematic, topical, historical, and contemporary perspective. Discourse of His virgin birth, sinless life, death on the cross, resurrection, and ascension regarding God’s plan for the salvation of humanity. Liberal and orthodox perspectives of Christ’s impeccability will be examined in contrast to His person and work. Comparative discussion of the atonement, salvation, and accomplishment of Christ from Arminianism, Calvinism, and Universalism views.

CT103 Pneumatology – EXPANDED COURSE!

Examination of the personality, deity, titles, symbols, and works of the Holy Spirit in both the Old and New Testaments. Exploration of the various ways God has and continues to speak to His people.

CT104 Soteriology

Study of the biblical doctrine of salvation including its meaning, scope, nature, necessity, work, and personal application in the life of the believer. Exploration of the separation between God and man due to sin, the distinction of Christianity from other religions, and the relationship between God’s holiness to salvation.

CT105 Tripartite Theology

Examination of the nature and vitality of the three parts of man for the purposes of God through the human and Christian experience.

CP101 Principle for Christian Living – NEW COURSE!

Examination of the biblical principles for victorious living, supernatural blessing, and full access to God’s total and complete provision despite societal chaos and uncertainty. Comparative look at ungodly beliefs that hold hostage the health of the believer, effectiveness of ministry, and the biblically based systems that can release them. Biblical examination of the management, earning, giving, saving, spending, investing, and debt of money. Identification and implementation of practical scriptural applications for building a kingdom legacy for today and future generations.

EE101 Christian Discipleship Methods – NEW COURSE!

Exploration of biblical discipleship methods demonstrated by Jesus and His disciples. Comparative exploration of New Testament examples, historical, and modern-day methods, both effective and flawed and the impact they have on kingdom growth, advancement, and societal perception.

EE102 Principles for Effective Prayer – NEW COURSE!

Examination of foundational principles of effective prayer as a gifted privilege and command, a consistent offering, and an aligned agreement. Discussion of hindrances of answered prayers, barriers and obstacles of discouragement, and methods to defy opposition in both the spiritual and the natural realm.

The A.A.B.T is a 60-credit degree that serves as the second step toward the Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Theology or additional degrees.

Prerequisites:
Completion of the Biblical Studies Certificate

General Requirements:
Biblical Studies: 15 Credits
Christian Theology: 21 Credits
Church History: 9 Credits
Christian Leadership: 9 Credits
Educational Elective: 6 Credits

Costs:
Degree Program: $1300
*All fees are non-refundable

All courses are 3 credit hours. A GPA of 2.0 must be maintained.

Semester 2: August 2023 – May 2024 (A.A.B.T.) Associate of Arts in Biblical Theology

BS201 Geological Ages

Biblical and scientific look the past, present, and future while addressing scriptures related to the differences of the creation, restoration, and replenishment in God’s eternal plan for creation.

BS202 Covenant Theology and Dispensationalism – EXPANDED COURSE!

Examination of dispensations as a theological system to shape and organize biblical history through a timeline review from creation to its final dispensation and its affects on both humanity and history. Comprehensive study of both content and context of God’s promises to mankind, the commands that align with them, and His willingness to keep them. Explorations of the correlation between theological dispensations and covenants between God and man.

CH201 Ecclesiology I

Historical brief of the church from its development in the Apostolic Age to the mass evolution during the reformation.

CH202 Ecclesiology II

Continued historical brief of the church from the Awakening Age to the mid-20th century.

CH203 Ecclesiology III

Contemporary parallel of the Modern Church movements and exploration of doctrinal and theological variations derived from cultural, political, and societal shifts and focuses.

CT201 Survey of the Five-Fold Ministry

Exploration of the history, nature, and purpose of the ministry gifts and the critical examination of controversy surrounding its practice in today’s church.

CL201 Survey of Pastoral Care – NEW COURSE!

Exploration of the various assignment of pastoral leadership including navigation through congregant interactions, edification, discipleship, evangelism, visitation, praying for the sick, and grief.

CT202 Church Leadership I – NEW COURSE!

Survey of biblical leadership models, core values, practical application of methods, and an examination of real-life leadership examples in ministry.

CT203 Church Leadership II – NEW COURSE!

Study of small ministry structure, organization, and management.

EE201 Biblical Principles for Women in Ministry – NEW COURSE!

Contextual, cultural, and practical study of biblical examples of women in leadership. Scriptural examination for basic principles for women in ministry. Survey of modern examples of women in ministry. Exploration of modern obstacles and contentions facing women in ministry. Foundational biblical principles for creating space for women in ministry.

EE202 Cultural Isms and the Bible – NEW COURSE!

In depth examination of the cultural, social, economic, and political views facing the church. Examination of what the Bible says about racism, sexism, misogyny, socioeconomic disparity, and other topics of today’s world.

The B.A.B.T is a 120-credit degree that serves as the second step toward the Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Theology or additional degrees. Two B.A. semesters are required for completion of this degree in addition to the A.A. and B.S.C.

Prerequisites:
Completion of the Biblical Studies Certificate

General Requirements:
Biblical Studies: 15 Credits
Christian Theology: 42 Credits
Church History: 12 Credits
Christian Leadership: 18 Credits
Educational Elective: 12 Credits
Old Testament: 12 Credits
Communications: 9 Credits

Costs:
Degree Program: $3700 ($1850 per semester)
*All fees are non-refundable

All courses are 3 credit hours. A GPA of 2.0 must be maintained.

Semester 3: September 2022 – June 2023

CH203 Ecclesiology III

Contemporary parallel of the Modern Church movements and exploration of doctrinal and theological variations derived from cultural, political, and societal shifts and focuses.

OT301 Feasts of the Lord

Detailed examination of the historical significance, spiritual symbolism, and biblical purpose of the Jewish feasts of Leviticus 23 and their influence on the Christian church of today.

OT302 Major Prophets

Exegetical study of the five major prophetical books, symbolism, revelation, and the role of the authors in the lives of God’s people and their relationship to God Himself.

OT303 Minor Prophets I – EXPANDED COURSE!

Exegetical study of the minor prophets including their historical, theological, and social contributions to the Old Testament.

OT304 Minor Prophets II – EXPANDED COURSE!

Continued exegetical study of the minor prophets including their historical, theological, and social contributions to the Old Testament.

CT401 Angelology and Demonology – NEW COURSE!

A thorough biblical investigation into the existence of, nature of, and function of angels and demons. Cultural beliefs, legends, and myths will be explored against scripture.

CT402 Eschatology

Analytical study of the final events of history and the ultimate destiny of humanity as revealed in the book of Revelation.

CT403 Apologetics

Biblically based argument for a rational, relatable, and articulate defense of the Christian faith.

CT201 Survey of the Five-Fold Ministry

Exploration of the history, nature, and purpose of the ministry gifts and the critical examination of controversy surrounding its practice in today’s church.

EE301 Achieving Work-Life Balance in Ministry – NEW COURSE!

Practical and biblically based exploration of prioritizing and balancing personal time and the call of the ministry.


Semester 4: August 2023 – May 2024 (B.A.B.T.) Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Theology


CT404 Gifts of the Holy Spirit

In-depth study of the gifts of given to the believer, enabling, and equipping for ministry.

CT202 Church Leadership I – NEW COURSE!

Survey of biblical leadership models, core values, practical application of methods, and an examination of real-life leadership examples in ministry.

CT203 Church Leadership II – NEW COURSE!

Study of small ministry structure, organization, finances, human resources, interpersonal skills, personal development, and management.

CL401 Effective Ministry in a Post-Christian Society

In-depth analysis of the post-Christian societal norms, its influence on the church, and its doctrinal changes. Exploration of methods to effectively minister with a mindset that challenges the current societal mandate to exalt culture and self over God and His word.

CP101 Principle for Christian Living – NEW COURSE!

Examination of the biblical principles for victorious living, supernatural blessing, and full access to God’s total and complete provision despite societal chaos and uncertainty. Comparative look at ungodly beliefs that hold hostage the health of the believer, effectiveness of ministry, and the biblically based systems that can release them. Biblical examination of the management, earning, giving, saving, spending, investing, and debt of money. Identification and implementation of practical scriptural applications for building a kingdom legacy for today and future generations.

CL201 Survey of Pastoral Care – NEW COURSE!

Exploration of the various assignment of pastoral leadership including navigation through congregant interactions, edification, discipleship, evangelism, visitation, praying for the sick, and grief.

CM401 Methods of Biblical Teaching – NEW COURSE!

Exploration of the nature, purpose, and core methods for communicating the Word of God to both believers and unbelievers.

CM402 Homiletics I: Effective Sermon Preparation – EXPANDED COURSE!

Exploration of the spiritual, academic, and theological preparation of a sermon. Building of a sermon including framework to longform, structure, notations, and format are discussed.

CM403 Homiletics II: Effective Sermon Delivery

Study of sermon delivery including methodology, speech, and body language.

EE401: Ministry Field Study (December – May) – NEW COURSE!

Hands on, in-depth exploration of one or more areas of ministry. Includes participation at all levels and will involve time invested outside of the regular classroom hours. Responsibilities, training, development, and assignments will vary based on area of ministry focus. Areas include but are not limited to Youth, Kids, Creative Arts, Pastoral Care, Church Administration, Adult Ministries, and Outreach, Evangelism, and Missions. Field Studies may take place outside of EHC/EHBC with approval from Chancellor.

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