This course consists of two semesters: Fall (September-December) and Spring (January-June). The Master’s Program is a two year program. For second year details click here.
Pre-requisites: Bachelor in Biblical Studies
Graduation Requirements: All work completed satisfactorily; all tuition, books and fees paid. Both 1st and 2nd Year Master’s courses must be completed to graduation with a Master’s degree in Biblical Studies.
|BSM1-301||5||MINOR PROPHETS. Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zecharaiah and Malachi: An excellent chapter-by-chapter study of the 12 minor prophets. These studies help to give a clear understanding of the prophecies during this period of Israel’s history.|
|BSM1-302||3||SURVEY OF BIBLICAL COUNSELING.|
|BSM1-303||4||EZEKIEL. Chapters 1-11: Deals with Ezekiel’s call to the ministry, the message of judgment upon Jerusalem and the nation of Israel. Chapters 12-28: Relates how God spoke through Ezekiel to the false prophets and false shepherds; describes the fall and judgment of Lucifer. Chapter 29-48: Covers the judgment of Egypt, the valley of dry bones prophecy and the fulfillment of end-time events.|
|BSM1-305||3||THE BOOK OF JOB. A relatively detailed study of the entire book; the theme focuses upon the enigma of human suffering, faith, and the power of God.|
|BSM1-306||4||JEREMIAH AND LAMENTATIONS. Chapters 1-18: Deals with the call of Jeremiah, general and unrelated prophecies. Chapters 19-40: Covers specific and dated prophecies. Chapters 41-52: Covers specific prophecies and prophecies concerning the nations; also includes a comprehensive study of the Book of Lamentations.|
|BSM1-307||4||GIFTS AND FRUITS OF THE HOLY SPIRIT.|
|BSM1-308||3||MINISTRY TO GOD’S PEOPLE.|
|BSM1-310||6||THREE ASSIGNED BOOK REPORTS.|
|BSM1&2A||10||TWO YEAR THESIS PROJECT PART 1 OF 2.|