Bachelor of Arts in Biblical & Theological Studies

At the heart of The School of the Prophets is the bachelor’s degree in Biblical and Theological Studies. The degree program prepares its graduates to make meaningful differences for Christ in all aspects of society. Students gain a greater understanding of the apostolic and the prophetic and a wealth of wisdom about exercising those gifts in the marketplace, in ministry, and in personal settings. Graduates of the program will emerge:

  • With a well-rounded education
  • With a strengthened apostolic and prophetic worldview
  • Better equipped for their chosen profession
  • As self-aware, authentic leaders.

Graduation Requirements

Duration of Academic Program: 4 years

GPA Minimum: 2.5


To graduate with the Bachelor’s in Biblical and Theological Studies the student will:

  • Complete at least the minimum numbers of units required.
  • Successfully complete all courses in the degree program.
  • Earn a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5.
  • Fulfill any outstanding school financial obligations.

Units Needed
The Bachelor of Arts is a four-year program consisting of 120 units.

Career Opportunities

A degree in Biblical studies can lead to a variety of career paths.  Some of the most common career options include:

Pastor: A pastor leads a Christian congregation and provides counsel to community or congregation members. They prepare sermons, preach and lead worship services. Pastors also interpret biblical scripture and help members of the church with crisis situations.

Director: Directors lead a branch of ministry within a church. They provide administrative leadership, work alongside other church members, and use their biblical knowledge to make important decisions.

Chaplain: A chaplain is a spiritual leader who provides guidance and support to people in hospitals, prisons, military bases, and other settings.

Counselor: Counselors provide guidance and support to individuals or groups who are struggling with personal or emotional issues.

Social Worker: Social workers help people cope with difficult situations such as poverty, illness, or abuse.

Journalist: Journalists report on news and current events related to religion and spirituality.

Educator: Educators teach courses on religion, theology, or biblical studies at colleges, universities, or seminaries.

Manager: Managers oversee the operations of religious organizations such as churches, synagogues, or mosques.

Missionary: Missionaries travel to different parts of the world to spread the gospel and provide humanitarian aid.

Humanitarian Worker: Humanitarian workers provide aid and support to people in need around the world.

Administrators, Directors, Program Managers, Emerging Leaders, Admission Counselor, Instructors, and Entrepreneurship.

These are just a few examples of the many career paths that are available to those with a degree in Biblical studies.

Freshman Year 1

  • ORI 100 – Orientation
  • HUM 101 – The Humanities, Cultural, History, Continuity and Change
  • PSY 102 – Behavioral Science
  • SOC 103 – Introduction to Sociology
  • ART 104 – Introduction to Art & History
  • MTH 105 – Freshman Mathematics
  • BUS 106 – Introduction to Accounting
  • STAT 107 – Business Statistics
  • ENG 108 – English Composition and Written Communication
  • ENG 109 – Business Writing
  • BIO 110 – Introduction to Biology
  • CIS 111 – Mastering Your Introduction to Cyber Security Technology

Sophomore Year 2

  • BST 200 – Introduction to the Bible
  • BST 201 – The Study of the Old and New Testament
  • BST 202 – The Study of Hebrew Bible
  • BST 203 – The Study of the Greek Bible
  • BST 204 – The Gospel of the Kingdom: Theology
  • BST 205 – Hermeneutics
  • PROP 206 – Overview of the Prophetic Ministry
  • PROP 207 – Study of the Bible Prophets
  • PROP 208 – The Office and Role of the Prophets
  • PROP 209 – Your Highest Calling
  • PROP 210 – Rose, Book of the Bible, Charts, Maps, Prophecy and Timeline

Junior Year 3

  • APST 300 – Apostolic Calling and the Office of the Apostle
  • APST 301 – A Study of the New and Old Testament Apostles
  • APST 302 – How Apostles work with other Five-Fold Ministry Gifts
  • APST 303 – Apostolic Leadership: The Bold Leadership that laid the foundation of God’s conquering Church
  • APST 304 – A Shift in Leadership: Transitioning from the Pastoral to Apostolic
  • APST 305 – The Apostolic Handbook: Your Voyage to Apostolic Office
  • APST 306 – Apostolic Governance 21st Century: How to Build An Apostolic Center
  • APST 307 – Roles and Traits of an Apostolic Church
  • APST 308 – Apostolic Pioneering
  • APST 309 – Apostles and Prophets: The Ministry of Apostles and Prophets Throughout the Generations
  • APST 310 – Aligning with the Apostolic: Volume 2: Apostles And Apostolic Movement in the Seven Mountains of Cultures

Senior Year 4

  • LDR 400 – Fanning the Flames: How to Stir Up Your Spiritual Gifts and Callings
  • LDR 401 – Social Media Marketing: 9 Easy Steps Using Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest
  • LDR 402 – The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership
  • LDR 403 – The 16 Undeniable Laws of Communication
  • LDR 404 – How to Form a Non-Profit Corporation: A Step-by-Step Guide to Forming a 501 (c ) (3) Non-profit in any State
  • LDR 405 – Harvard Business Review- 100 Strategic Business Planning on Strategy
  • LDR 406 – Its Up to You: Learn Ten Powerful Leadership Practices
  • LDR 407 – Harvard Business Review-Emotional Intelligence Series
  • LDR 408 – Jack Welch and Leadership
  • LDR 409 – Changing the Game: Negotiations and Competitive And Decision Making
  • LDR 410 – Harvard Business Review 20- Minute Manager Series