bachelor of theology degree
TCOR Bible Institute Requirements
Prior to Admission, ALL STUDENTS ARE EXPECTED TO:
Take an Admission Assessment
Complete Pre-Registration Form (email/online)
Submit Registration Form (online/person)
Complete Application with non-refundable application fee. There is a nonrefundable $30 (US) application fee which includes processing of the application.
Submit Transcripts and other requested documents for acceptance into program
Bachelor of Theology Degree
All students are expected to take an Admission Assessment
The Bachelor of Theology Degree in Biblical Studies is an accelerated 8-10 month program, designed to instruct in the basics of Bible study for the seminary student. The program is 40 semester hours in length and provides a Biblical foundation of study for all Christians who want to know more about the Bible. The program:
Provides each graduate a foundation in Biblical truth so that he/she is equipped to defend and communicate the Bible to others.
Gives the graduate an understanding and appreciation of their position in Christ and enable him/her to practice spiritual disciplines as a lifestyle.
Enables each graduate to recognize differing world-views and minister effectively and creatively in the midst of them.
Assists graduates to acquire the skills necessary to serve and relate to others in a Biblical context.
Equip and encourages the graduate to be active participants in God’s global work.
The Bachelor in Biblical Studies Degree Program is a low cost biblical educational study program. We offer a full selection of Biblical courses at an affordable tuition cost.
A total of 40 semester hours are required.
Text Books: As required.
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Bachelor of Theology Degree
The BA in Religious Studies is an accelerated 8-10-month degree program that offers a solid, biblical foundation. It provides instruction on fundamental principles of the Bible, Christianity, theology, and the church. The student wishing to receive a Bachelor of Theology Degree is required to take a minimum of 40 credit hours of coursework.
ENG 101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION
This is a college-level academic writing course. The course focuses on the essentials of essay writing, which
students will be required to write personal, persuasive and expository essays. The course also requires students to
read a variety of essays written at the college level.
RES 101 RESEARCH IN WRITING
This course is designed to guide the student on how to research information to complete a research-based scholarly paper and write college-level essay assignments.
HOM 103 APPLYING SCRIPTURE IN ITS PROPER CONTEXT
During this course, the student will study how to use Scripture in its proper context.
THEO 101 INTRODUCTION TO THEOLOGY
This course is an introduction to the basic tenets of Christianity.
THEO 102 THEOLOGY
Theology is the systematic organization of what the Bible teaches. In this course, the student will study what the Bible teaches about God's Word itself
THEO 103 DOCTRINE OF CHRISTOLOGY AND PNUEMATOLOGY
During this course, the student will study the doctrine of Christ and the doctrine of the Holy Spirit.
TYP 101 TYPOLOGY
One of the most fascinating areas of Bible study is that of typology—the study of Scripture “types.” Few Christians have made any sort of in-depth investigation of biblical types. In this course students will study the spiritual correspondences between persons, events and things in the Bible. Students will study signs, symbols, and figures of something to come; such as, Abraham's sacrifice and the paschal lamb are types of Christ.
BIBLNT 102 THE BOOK OF ACTS
This course is a concise study of the book of Acts as a pivotal book in the New Testament. It is in Acts that the disciples witness Jesus ascending into heaven and the coming of the Holy Spirit. Acts documents the beginning of the church and shows how it grows, evangelizes, and endures persecution. Many key individuals are introduced in Acts: Peter, Paul, Stephen, Philip, Barnabas, Silas, John, Mark, and Timothy. Acts is the history book of the early church and is an important building block in understanding the rest of the New Testament.
BIBL NT 103 THE BOOK OF ROMANS
This course is a study of the historical background and text of the Book of Romans. The five major divisions of the book which deal with Sin, Salvation, Sanctification, Sovereignty, and Service, are emphasized with distinctions made between the doctrinal section and the practical sections. Theological patterns are shown in the development of the course.
BIBL NT 104 THE BOOK OF GALATIANS
This course will give an exegetical study of the text of Galatians with emphasis upon Paul's concept of law, grace, and faith.
CHH2 101 CHURCH HISTORY I
This course gives an overall view of Church history beginning at the first century with the Apostolic Church. It discusses the Persecuted Church, The Imperial Church, the Medieval Church, The Reformed Church and it culminates in the Modern-Day Church. This course can be seen more as a broad survey rather than an in-depth study. This is an 8-credit course requiring 6 hours study per week, plus 4 hours computer work for 4 weeks.
CHH2 102 CHURCH HISTORY II
A study of historical Christianity from the fifteenth century to the present. Includes the major personalities, events, and results of the Protestant Reformation, the rise of modern denominationalism, modern Roman Catholicism, the ecumenical movement and current developments. Special attention is given to the development of American Christianity. This is an 8-credit course requiring 6 hours study per week plus 4 hours computer work for 4 weeks.
BIBL 103 PASTORAL PAULINE EPISTLES I
This course is an exposition of the epistles in chronological order that emphasizes the application of
Paul’s theology to the pastoral needs of the churches of his day and ours. The over-arching purpose of this course is to enable the student to better interpret/apply Pauline Epistles for one’s self, the church and the world.
BIBL 104 PASTORAL PAULINE EPISTLES II
This course is a continuation of the study of Paul’s theology to the pastoral needs of the churches of his day and ours. It is a continual exegetical study focusing on the historical, literary, and theological dimensions of the Pauline epistles in the New Testament.