Religion—B.A. Religion

Catalog Year: 2012-2013

Freshman—Catalog Year: 2012


Fall - 2012
# Description Hours
1

CHAP 1000 Chapel (required)

0
2

ENGL 1301 Rhetoric and Composition

3
3

RLGN 1320 Introduction to the Old Testament or
RLGN 1330 Introduction to the New Testament

3
4

MATH Any listed math course

3
5

Any approved fine arts course
(one three-hour course or three separate one-hour courses)

3
6

RLGN 1353 Introduction to Philosophy
(religion department requirement, offered every Fall semester)

3
7

A student may take additional hours, but the first semester load may not exceed seventeen (17) hours.

0
8

RLGN 1000 Religion Seminar (a student must enroll in this course each semester that he/she is a religion major)

0
9

RLGN 1001 Religion Service Learning (a student only has to complete one per academic year)

0
10

LEAD 1111 Learning and Leading

1
TOTAL HOURS: 16
Spring - 2013
# Description Hours
1

CHAP 1000 Chapel (required)

0
2

ENGL 1302 Composition and Introduction to Literature or

3
3

SPCH 1311 Fundamentals of Speech Communications

3
4

RLGN 1320 Introduction to the Old Testament or
RLGN 1330 Introduction to the New Testament
(choose the course NOT taken in the Fall semester)

3
5

PSYC 2301 Introduction to Psychology or
SOCI 1301 Introduction to Sociology

3
6

Any approved laboratory science

4
7

A student in good academic standing may schedule as many as eighteen (18) hours.

0
8

RLGN 1000 Religion Seminar (a student must enroll in this course each semester that he/she is a religion major)

0
9

RLGN 1001 Religion Service Learning (a student only has to complete one per academic year)

0
TOTAL HOURS: 16
Summer - 2013
# Description Hours
1

3-6 hours may be taken in May term, thus reducing the number of hours needed for any one given semester.

3
TOTAL HOURS: 3

Sophomore—Catalog Year: 2012-2013


Fall - 2013
# Description Hours
1

CHAP 1000 Chapel (required)

0
2

HIST 2321 Survey of Civilization I (Preferred) or
HIST 2322 Survey of Civilization II

3
3

ENGL 2331 World Literature (Preferred) or
ENGL 2321 British Literature or
ENGL 2326 American Literature

3
4

GREK 2311 New Testament Greek I
(or any approved foreign language)

3
5

KINE 1238 Lifetime Fitness: 2-hour

2
6

KINE Any physical activity course

1
7

RLGN 2340 Ministry Formations
(religion major and MFAP requirement, offered Fall only. This course MUST be taken prior to the completion of 60 hours)

3
8

A student in good academic standing may schedule as many as eighteen (18) hours.

0
9

RLGN 1000 Religion Seminar (a student must enroll in this course each semester that he/she is a religion major)

0
10

RLGN 1001 Religion Service Learning (a student only has to complete one per academic year)

0
TOTAL HOURS: 15
Spring - 2014
# Description Hours
1

CHAP 1000 Chapel (required)

0
2

GREK 2312 New Testament Greek II
(or the second semester of the first year of any approved foreign language)

3
3

RLGN 2352 Introduction to Christian Doctrine
(religion major requirement, offered every Spring semester)

3
4

RLGN 2357 Philosophy of Religion
(if desiring a pastoral ministry concentration) or
any elective, religion concentration, or outside minor course (please consult the four-year course rotation in order to properly schedule the necessary courses within the selected religion concentration).

3
5

Any elective, religion concentration, or outside minor course (please consult the four-year course rotation in order to properly schedule the necessary courses within the selected religion concentration).

3
6

RLGN 4303, Christian Servant Leadership (religion department requirement, offered every Spring semester)

3
7

A student in good academic standing may schedule as many as eighteen (18) hours.

0
8

RLGN 1000 Religion Seminar (a student must enroll in this course each semester that he/she is a religion major)

0
9

RLGN 1001 Religion Service Learning (a student only has to complete one per academic year)

0
TOTAL HOURS: 15
Summer - 2014
# Description Hours
1

3-6 hours may be taken in May term, thus reducing the number of hours needed for any one given semester.

3
TOTAL HOURS: 3

Junior—Catalog Year: 2012-2013


Fall - 2014
# Description Hours
1

CHAP 1000 Chapel (required)

0
2

GREK 3311 New Testament Greek Syntax
(or first semester of the second year of any approved foreign language)

3
3

RLGN 3354 Biblical Interpretation I: Hermeneutics
(religion major requirement, offered every Fall semester)

3
4

RLGN 3342 Introduction to Evangelism (religion major requirement, offered only in the Fall semester) or
HEBR 3311 Biblical Hebrew Grammar and Syntax: if a student desires a biblical concentration, he/she must take HEBR 3311 this semester; this course is only offered the Fall semester of even years.

3
5

RLGN 3330 Christian Missions (religion major requirement, offered only in the Fall semester)

3
6

RLGN 3321 The Pentateuch (religion major requirement, offered only in the Fall semester of even years) or
RLGN 3331 The Gospels (religion major requirement, offered only in the Fall semester of even years)
or any elective, religion concentration, or outside minor course (please consult the four-year course rotation in order to properly schedule the necessary courses within the selected religion concentration)

3
7

A student in good academic standing may schedule as many as eighteen (18) hours.

0
8

RLGN 1000 Religion Seminar (a student must enroll in this course each semester that he/she is a religion major)

0
9

RLGN 1001 Religion Service Learning (a student only has to complete one per academic year)

0
TOTAL HOURS: 15
Spring - 2015
# Description Hours
1

CHAP 1000 Chapel (required)

0
2

GREK 4310 New Testament Greek Exegesis
(fourth semester required only for students who choose the biblical studies concentration) or
any elective, religion concentration, or outside minor course (please consult the four-year course rotation in order to properly schedule the necessary courses within the selected religion concentration)

3
3

RLGN 4301 Biblical Interpretation II: Exegesis
(religion major requirement, offered every Spring semester)

3
4

RLGN 3352 Christian Ethics (religion major requirement, offered Fall and Spring semesters) or
HEBR 3312 Biblical Hebrew Translation: if a student desires a biblical concentration, he/she must take HEBR 3312 this semester; this course is only offered the Spring semester of odd years.

3
5

HIST 3309 The History of Christianity or
HIST 3310 The History of Baptists
(religion major requirement)

3
6

RLGN 3334 The Book of Revelation (religion major requirement, offered only in the Spring semester of odd years) or
RLGN 3322 The Historical Books (religion major requirement, offered only in the Spring semester of odd years)
or any elective, religion concentration, or outside minor course (please consult the four-year course rotation in order to properly schedule the necessary courses within the selected religion concentration)

3
7

A student in good academic standing may schedule as many as eighteen (18) hours.

0
8

RLGN 1000 Religion Seminar (a student must enroll in this course each semester that he/she is a religion major)

0
9

RLGN 1001 Religion Service Learning (a student only has to complete one per academic year)

0
TOTAL HOURS: 15
Summer - 2015
# Description Hours
1

3-6 hours may be taken in May term, thus reducing the number of hours needed for any one given semester. It is suggested that RLGN 4350, Internship in Religion, be taken during this summer term.

3
TOTAL HOURS: 3

Senior—Catalog Year: 2012-2013


Fall - 2015
# Description Hours
1

CHAP 1000 Chapel (optional)

0
2

Any elective, religion concentration, or outside minor course (please consult the four-year course rotation in order to properly schedule the necessary courses within the selected religion concentration). Or one MAR course.

3
3

RLGN 3323 The Prophets (religion major requirement, offered only in the Fall semester of odd years) or
RLGN 3332 The General Epistles (religion major requirement, offered only in the Fall semester of odd years)
or any elective, religion concentration, or outside minor course (please consult the four-year course rotation in order to properly schedule the necessary courses within the selected religion concentration)

3
4

RLGN 3342 Introduction to Evangelism (religion major requirement, offered only in the Fall semester), if the student's concentration is biblical studies, and he/she had to take HEBR 3311 during the previous Fall semester.
Or any elective, religion concentration, or outside minor courses (please consult the four-year course rotation in order to properly schedule the necessary courses within the selected religion concentration)

3
5

A student in good academic standing may schedule as many as eighteen (18) hours.

0
6

RLGN 3352 Christian Ethics (religion major requirement, offered Fall and Spring semesters), if the student's concentration is biblical studies, and he/she had to take HEBR 3312 during the previous Spring semester.

3
7

RLGN 4250 Religion Capstone (religion department requirement, offered every Fall and Spring semesters)

2
8

RLGN 1000 Religion Seminar (a student must enroll in this course each semester that he/she is a religion major)

0
9

RLGN 1001 Religion Service Learning (a student only has to complete one per academic year)

0
TOTAL HOURS: 14
Spring - 2016
# Description Hours
1

CHAP 1000 Chapel (optional)

0
2

Any elective, religion concentration, or outside minor course (please consult the four-year course rotation in order to properly schedule the necessary courses within the selected religion concentration)

3
3

RLGN 3333 Acts and the Pauline Epistles (religion major requirement, offered only in the Spring semester of even years) or
RLGN 3324 The Books of Wisdom and Poetry (religion major requirement, offered only in the Spring semester of even years) or
or any elective, religion concentration, or outside minor course (please consult the four-year course rotation in order to properly schedule the necessary courses within the selected religion concentration)

3
4

Any elective, religion concentration, or outside minor courses (please consult the four-year course rotation in order to properly schedule the necessary courses within the selected religion concentration). Or two MAR courses.

6
5

A student in good academic standing may schedule as many as eighteen (18) hours.

0
6

RLGN 1000 Religion Seminar (a student must enroll in this course each semester that he/she is a religion major)

0
7

RLGN 1001 Religion Service Learning (a student only has to complete one per academic year)

0
8

RLGN 4350 Internship in Religion (religion department requirement, offered every semester. Permission from the In-Service Guidance Director and the Dean of the School of Christian Studies is required)

3
TOTAL HOURS: 15