BI 101 Personal Evangelism – A study of the principles and methods of evangelism. This course is designed to help students lead people to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ.
BI 102 Personal Finance – A Study of financial management strategies. An emphasis is placed on Scriptural financial principles, budgeting, and expense control.
BI 109 Old Testament Survey – An overview of the 39 books of the Old Testament. Emphasis is placed on the major themes, divisions, important facts and background of each book.
BI 110 New Testament Survey – An overview of the 27 books of the New Testament. Emphasis is placed on the major themes, divisions, important facts and background of each book.
BI 111 Introduction to Bible Study – An introduction to the study of the Bible using the inductive method. Emphasis is placed on the principles of Bible study including observation, interpretation and application.
BI 201 Bible Doctrines I – A study of the major Biblical themes including Theology proper, Christology, Bibliology, Angelology, and Anthropology.
BI 202 Bible Doctrines II – A study of major Biblical themes including Soteriology, Ecclesiology and Eschatology.
BI 204 Life of Christ – A chronological study of the life of Christ as found in the four gospels. Special emphasis is given to the major themes and events in the life of Christ.
BI 206 Music Philosophy – A study of Biblical principles of music and its influence. An emphasis is placed on what the Bible teaches concerning music.
BI 208 Principles of Christian Growth – A study designed to help the student understand the concept of Biblical change. The concepts of restraining the flesh and renewing your mind are dealt with so that the student can reflect Christ.
BI 301 Principles of Biblical Interpretation – A study of the methods of Biblical interpretation. The history and laws of Biblical interpretation are emphasized.
BI 303 Apologetics – A study of the defense of the Scriptures. The evidences for central truths of Christianity are emphasized.
BI 313 Bible Prophecy – An in depth study of the books of Daniel and Revelation with an emphasis on the relationship between these two books.
BI 314 Ecclesiastical Separation – A study of the ecclesiastical separation, its Bible basis, and its application. Examples of how liberalism has made inroads into fundamentalism in the past is examined.
BI 315 Creation Science – A study of the origins of life based upon facts found from science, religion, and history.
BI 325 Cults – An examination of the history, theology, and methodology of the major American cults with an evaluation of their teaching in light of the Scriptures.
BI 330 Isaiah – An in depth study of the book of Isaiah.
BI 335 Minor Prophets – An in depth study of the Minor Prophets of the Old Testament.
BI 401 Romans – An in depth study of the book of Romans.
BI 402 I and II Corinthians – An in depth study of the books of I and II Corinthians.
BI 403 Acts – An in depth study of the book of Acts.
BI 404 The Pentateuch – An in depth study of the first five books of the Bible.
BI 405 Psalms – An in depth study of the book of Psalms.
BI 406 Pastoral Epistles – An in depth study of the books of I and II Timothy and Titus.
BI 408 Proverbs – An in depth study of the book of Proverbs.
BI 411 Introduction to Missions – A study of the Biblical foundation of missions.
BI 412 Hebrews – An in depth study of the book of Hebrews
BI 414 Church Planting – A study of the methods of establishing and developing a new church work.
BI 415 Preservation of Scripture – A study of texts, textual criticism, canonicity, inspiration, and preservation. Emphasis is placed on the Textus Receptus and God’s providence in giving the English speaking people the King James Bible.
BI 420 Pastoral Reality – A study of the pastorate and the call of God. Emphasis is also placed on the relationship of a pastorto his people and to other pastors.
BI 425 Missions Methods – A study of the principles and methods needed in order to be successful on the mission field.
CE 201 Introduction to Christian Education – An introduction to the various aspects of Christian education. The total church education ministry is emphasized as well as the concept of Christian schools.
CE 202 Youth Work – An introduction to the basic principles and philosophy of youth work. An emphasis is made on understanding and discipling teens.
CE 301 Children’s Work – An introduction to the basic principles and philosophy of children’s work. An emphasis is made on understanding and discipling children.
CE 305 Christian Home – Basic principles for having a successful home are studied. The Biblical principles of marriage and child training are emphasized.
CE 308 Biblical Womanhood – A look at the women of the Bible and their defining characteristics, attitudes, and virtues.
CE 401 Pastoral Theology – A study of the organization of the church. Principles of administration, organization and supervision in all areas of a church work are emphasized.
CE 403 Leadership & Church Staff – Biblical principles of church leadership qualities are studied. Staff relationships in a local church are also examined.
CE 408 Christian Leaders Wife – A study of the duties and responsibilities of the Christian leader’s wife in the church.
CE 415 Church Growth – A study of the Biblical approach to church growth. Emphasis is placed on the whole process whereby a visitor or new convert can grow into a productive church member.
CO 215 Biblical Counseling – Scriptural techniques and principles of counseling are studied.
CO 315 Counseling Techniques – A comprehensive survey of Christian counseling. Principles for the development of Christian counseling skills are emphasized.
CO 401 Crisis Counseling – A study of the Biblical strategies for handling crisis issues such as drug abuse and alcoholism.
CO 402 Theology of Counseling – A systematic look at the Biblical basis for counseling and it’s application.
CO 404 Counseling Depression – A study of the dynamics of the causes and cures of depression. Principles for helping those who are depressed are emphasized.
CO 405 Comprehensive Counseling I – A fresh, detailed, and comprehensive look at the entire spectrum of counseling issues.
CO 406 Comprehensive Counseling II – A continuation of CO 405, it completes the comprehensive look at the entire spectrum of counseling issues.
CO 415 Family Counseling – Principles and techniques for marriage counseling from a Scriptural perspective. Strategies for counseling are emphasized.
CO 418 Psychobabble – An exposure of the worldly ideas and counseling methods that are creeping into the church.
EN 101 English Grammar – A study of the fundamentals of English Grammar.
EN 102 English Composition – A study of the fundamentals of English Composition.
ED 201 Science Survey – A survey of the basic principles of physical science.
ED 302 Elementary Math for Teachers – A study of the basic principles of math. This is a foundational course for those that want to teach in a Christian school.
ED 305 Educational Psychology – A study of the various learning theories and models of learning. Solutions to the problems associated with teaching is emphasized.
ED 401 Methods and Materials – A study of the methods utilized in the Christian school setting. This is a survey of the practical techniques and skills of teaching in the classroom.
ED 405 Classroom Management – A study of the principles and methods of classroom discipline in the Christian school.
ED 407 Computer Literacy – A basic computer course. This course must currently be transferred in from another school.
ED 410 Student Teaching I – A course designed to help the prospective teacher gain experience in a classroom setting.
ED 411 Student Teaching II – A continuation of ED 410, this course requires more classroom experience for prospective teachers.
ED 412 The Christian School – A look at the Biblical basis, proper foundation, and method of running a Christian day school.
HI 101 History of Civilization I – A survey of the history of civilization.
HI 102 History of Civilization II – A continuation of HI 101. A survey of the history of civilization.
HI 201 US History I – A survey of the political, social and economic developments of America.
HI 202 US History II – A continuation of HI 201. A survey of the political, social and economic developments of America.
HI 203 Church History I – A survey of the Christian church through the first ten centuries. Baptist history is emphasized.
HI 204 Church History II – A continuation of HI 203. A survey of the Christian church from the tenth century to the present. Baptist history is emphasized.
SP 101 Speech – A study of the basic principles of speech communication.
SP 201 Pulpit Speech I – A study of the principles and techniques of preaching.
SP 301 Pulpit Speech II – A continuation of SP 201. A study of the principles and techniques of preaching. Pastoral theology is emphasized.