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Gospels of Jesus Christ - Fundamentals of Biblical Teaching - Women Leadership in Today's World - Urban Evangelism - Marriage, Family and Ministry - Hermeneutics I - Christian Ethics

Catalog/Curriculum

Degree Summary

Ethnos College currently offers an Associate of Biblical Studies, a Bachelor of Biblical Studies and a Bachelor of Missions. Further degrees will be added at later date. The degree curriculums listed below will vary according to the Ethnos College course catalogue. Consult the catalogue for more details.

Associate of Biblical Studies

Ethnos associate degrees are designed to teach students the fundamentals of Christianity. The courses prepare future ministry workers and local lay leaders to work effectively in the church. They also establish the foundation for future degrees.

Fall Semester One Credits Spring Semester Two Credits  
Math 105 - Personal Finance 3 Hist 212 - Church History 3  
Th 130 - Introduction to Apologetics 3 Bi 108 - Old Testament Survey 3  
GE 210 - Humanities/Sociology 3 GE 102 - English Composition 3  
Mi 220 - World Religions 3 Elective 3  
Elective 3 Elective 3  
Total 15 Total 15 30
         
Fall Semester Three Credits Spring Semester Four Credits  
Bi 109 - New Testament Survey 3 Th 150 - Spiritual Formation I 3  
Th 200 - Systematic Theology I 3 Ge 201 - College Communications 3  
Bi 210 - Christianity in the 21st Century 3 Th 235 - Theology of the Holy Spirit 3  
Th 270 -Theology of Eschatology 3 Bi 205 - Pentateuch I 3  
Elective 3 Elective 3  
Total 15 Total 15  
         
Total Credits 30   30 60
         
General Education Requirements        
Math   World Religions    
Intro to Apologetics   Church History    
Humanities/Sociology   English Composition    

 

Bachelor of Biblical Studies

The Bachelor of Biblical Studies degree is a four-year academic program for those who wish to increase their theological knowledge and ministry effectiveness by developing a more comprehensive biblical and theological understanding.

Upon completion of this program, graduates will have a thorough knowledge of the Bible, be able to interpret the Scriptures and apply them to contemporary situations. This will enable graduates to minister both in their local churches and abroad.

Fall Semester One Credits Spring Semester Two Credits  
Math 105 - Personal Finance 3 Hist 212 - Church History 3  
Th 130 - Introduction to Apologetics 3 Bi 108 - Old Testament Survey 3  
GE 210 - Humanities/Sociology 3 GE 102 - English Composition 3  
Mi 220 - World Religions 3 Th 150 - Spiritual Formation I 3  
Elective 3 Elective 3  
Total 15 Total 15 30
         
Fall Semester Three Credits Spring Semester Four Credits  
Bi 109 - New Testament Survey 3 Ge 201 - College Communications 3  
Th 200 - Systematic Theology I 3 Bi 205 - Pentateuch I 3  
Bi 210 - Christianity in the 21st Century 3 Th 235 - Theology of the Holy Spirit 3  
Th 270 -Theology of Eschatology 3 Elective 3  
Elective 3 Elective 3  
Total 15 Total 15 60
         
Fall Semester Five Credits Spring Semester Six Credits  
Bi 103 – Gospels of Jesus Christ 3 Th 401 – Christian Ethics 3  
Th 431 – Spiritual Formation II 3 Th 305 – Homiletics I 3  
MI 213 - Evangelism 3 Sc 380 – Development of Character 3  
Bi 306 – Pentateuch II 3 Th 301 - Systematic Theology II 3  
Elective 3 Elective 3  
Total 15 Total 15 90
         
Fall Semester Seven Credits Spring Semester Eight Credits  
Th 406 – Homiletics II 3 Mi 300 – Local Missions 3  
Bi 320 – Old Testament Prophets 3 Mi 400 – World Missions 3  
Th 307 - Hermeneutics I 3 Th 408 – Hermeneutics II 3  
Sc 225 – Marriage, Family and Ministry 3 Elective 3  
Elective 3 Elective 3  
Total 15 Total 15 120
         
General Education Requirements        
Math   World Religions    
Intro to Apologetics   Church History    
Humanities/Sociology   English Composition    

 

Bachelor of Missions

The Bachelor of Missions degree is a four-year academic program for those who wish to excel in the local and international mission field. Studies include homiletics in rural culturally diverse communities, how to establish local and worldwide mission ministries, nonprofit establishment, operations, and working in local missions. This program is for the spiritual humanitarian who desires to evangelize the lost through missions.

Fall Semester One Credits Spring Semester Two Credits  
Math 105 - Personal Finance 3 Hist 212 - Church History 3  
Th 130 - Introduction to Apologetics 3 Bi 108 - Old Testament Survey 3  
GE 210 - Humanities/Sociology 3 GE 102 - English Composition 3  
Mi 220 - World Religions 3 Th 150 - Spiritual Formation I 3  
Elective 3 Elective 3  
Total 15 Total 15 30
         
Fall Semester Three Credits Spring Semester Four Credits  
Bi 109 - New Testament Survey 3 Ge 201 - College Communications 3  
Th 200 - Systematic Theology I 3 Bi 205 - Pentateuch I 3  
Mi 200 Urban Evangelism 3 Th 235 - Theology of the Holy Spirit 3  
Th 270 -Theology of Eschatology 3 Mi 225 - Mission Strategies 3  
Elective 3 Elective 3  
Total 15 Total 15 60
         
Fall Semester Five Credits Spring Semester Six Credits  
Ls 350 – Servant Leadership 3 Th 401 – Christian Ethics 3  
Th 431 – Spiritual Formation II 3 Th 305 – Homiletics I 3  
MI 213 - Evangelism 3 Sc 380 – Development of Character 3  
Bi 306 – Pentateuch II 3 Th 301 - Systematic Theology II 3  
Elective 3 Elective 3  
Total 15 Total 15 90
         
Fall Semester Seven Credits Spring Semester Eight Credits  
Th 406 – Homiletics II 3 Mi 300 – Local Missions 3  
Sc 425 - Introduction to Sociology 3 Mi 400 – World Missions 3  
Th 307 - Hermeneutics I 3 Th 408 – Hermeneutics II 3  
Sc 225 – Marriage, Family and Ministry 3 Elective 3  
Elective 3 Elective 3  
Total 15 Total 15 120
         
General Education Requirements        
Math   World Religions    
Intro to Apologetics   Church History    
Humanities/Sociology   English Composition