Associate of Arts

Description

As a result of completing the Associate of Arts degree, the student should value and exhibit the following characteristics:

  • Knowledge of the fundamentals of the humanities, the natural sciences, the social sciences, Bible content and research methodologies;
  • Competence in written, verbal and electronic communication, logic and reasoning and basic computer use.

Additionally, students will gain a vocational foundation by studying a selected concentration in a particular discipline: Biblical Studies, Business, Communication Arts, Deaf Culture, English, Humanities, Intercultural Studies, Psychology or Theatre.

Courses

Part 1. General Education Core
32 Credits
Part 2. Biblical Studies & Theology
15 Credits
CT Critical Thought Elective (3)
Part 3. Concentration
15 - 17 Credits
Biblical Studies
BIBL 242 Acts (3)
BIBL Gospel Elective (3)
BIBL Pauline Epistle Elective (3)
BIBL Old Testament Elective (3)
Business
Communication Arts: Journalism
Choose three (9 Credits):
Communication Arts: Media Communications
Select a total of 9 credits:
Communication Arts: Video Production
Select 1-3 credits: (If more than 1 credit is selected, additional credits will be applied as general electives.)
Communication Arts: Visual Media
Select 1-3 credits: (If more than 1 credit is selected, additional credits will be applied as general electives.)
English: Literature
Select one (3 credits):
Select one (3 credits):
Select one (3 credits):
English: Writing
Select five (15 credits):
Humanities
Select one (3 credits):
Select one (3 credits):
Select two (6 credits):
Select one (3 credits):
Intercultural Studies
Psychology
Select one (3 credits):
Select one (3 credits):
Select one (3 credits):
Select one (3 credits):
Select one (3 credits):
Theatre