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Associate of Arts

The Associate of Arts degree is a 66-hour program that provides students with a foundation for theological studies. The program is designed as a two-year college transfer program, and it is ideal to train informed lay leadership in the local church. Students planning to transfer these credits should consult the institution to which they intend to transfer in order to determine admission and transfer requirements.

General Studies – 33 Hours

  • GEN1100: Introduction to the Cooperative Program (0 hrs.)
  • HOI1110: History of Ideas I (3 hrs.)
  • HOI1120: History of Ideas II (3 hrs.)
  • HOI2110: History of Ideas III (3 hrs.)
  • HOI2120: History of Ideas IV (3 hrs.)
  • HIS1110: Western Civilization I (3 hrs.)
  • HIS1120: Western Civilization II (3 hrs.)
  • PHI2100: World Cultures and Religions (3 hrs.)
  • ENG1110: English Composition I (3 hrs.)
  • ENG1120: English Composition II (3 hrs.)
  • CIS1100: Introduction to Computers (3 hrs.)
  • MAT1600: College Algebra (3 hrs.) OR SCI1600: Natural Science (3 hrs.)

Christian Studies – 33 Hours

  • BTI1100: Hermeneutics  (3 hrs.)
  • OTS1110: Old Testament I (3 hrs.)
  • OTS1120: Old Testament II (3 hrs.)
  • NTS1110: New Testament I (3 hrs.)
  • NTS1120: New Testament II (3 hrs.)
  • HIS2130: Baptist History (3 hrs.)
  • EVA1100: Evangelism (3 hrs.)
  • THE3110: Christian Theology I (3 hrs.)
  • THE3120: Christian Theology II (3 hrs.) OR THE3130: Christian Theology III (3 hrs.)
  • Electives: Students may choose 2 electives from various other college courses (6 hrs.)

Associate of Divinity

The Associate of Divinity is a 60-hour program that prepares students for various Christian ministries through courses in Bible, theology, ministry, and liberal arts. The degree is available for students 30 years of age and older without an undergraduate degree.


General Studies – 18 Hours

  • GEN1100: Introduction to the Cooperative Program (0 hrs.)
  • HIS1110: Western Civilization I (3 hrs.) OR HIS1120: Western Civilization II (3 hrs.)
  • PHI2100: World Cultures and Religions (3 hrs.)
  • ENG1110: English Composition I (3 hrs.)
  • ENG1120: English Composition II (3 hrs.)
  • CIS1100: Introduction to Computers (3 hrs.)
  • GEN3000: Faith and Money (3 hrs.) OR MAT1600: College Algebra (3 hrs.) OR SCI1600: Natural Science (3 hrs.)

Christian Studies – 30 Hours

  • BTI1100: Hermeneutics (3 hrs.)
  • OTS1110: Old Testament I (3 hrs.)
  • OTS1120: Old Testament II (3 hrs.)
  • NTS1110: New Testament I (3 hrs.)
  • NTS1120: New Testament II (3 hrs.)
  • EVA1100: Evangelism (3 hrs.)
  • HIS2130: Baptist History (3 hrs.)
  • THE3110: Christian Theology I (3 hrs.)
  • THE3120: Christian Theology II (3 hrs.)
  • THE3130: Christian Theology III (3 hrs.)

Pastoral Ministry – 12 Hours

  • COM3610: Bible Exposition I (3 hrs.)
  • COM3620: Bible Exposition II (3 hrs.)
  • MIN3610: Pastoral Ministry (3 hrs.)
  • MIN4620: Biblical Counseling (3 hrs.)
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  • Wake Forest, NC 27588
  • Phone: (919) 761 - 2100
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  • Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary seeks to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ by equipping students to serve the Church and fulfill the Great Commission.
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