Associate of Biblical Studies
Associate Degree Requirements
|OTBB1136||Survey of Esther/Ruth||Harley Howard|
|OTBB1138||Survey of Ezra/Nehemiah||Gary King|
|OTBB1204||Survey of Psalms||John Banks|
|OTBB1202||Survey of Malachi||Jimmy Hayes|
|OTBB1201||Survey of Amos||Jimmy Hayes|
|NTBB1104||Survey of I & II Timothy||Jimmy Hayes|
|NTBB1103||Survey of James||Jimmy Hayes|
|NTBB1106||Survey of Jude||Jimmy Hayes|
|THEO1107||Doctrine of Satan & Demons||Jimmy Hayes|
|THEO2365||Doctrine of Sin||Gino Cascieri|
|THEO2000||Bible Doctrines||James Gibson|
|MNPM1110||Christian Ethics||James Gibson|
|MNPM1130||Ministry Preparation||Daniel Moore|
|BSHS2250||Patriarch Stage||James Gibson|
|BSHS2250||Life of David||William Seay|
|BSHS2550||Life of Paul||William Seay|
|BSHS2000||How We Got Our Bible||James Gibson|
The Associate of Biblical Studies is the beginning of Bible training at Andersonville. Students who previously have not completed at least 60 semester hours of college level work will begin at this level. Students may receive advanced standing in the program through transfer credits and, in instances where the student is well-qualified, through life time credits. The program gives the student solid preparation for the Bachelor of Ministry and Bachelor of Theology programs here at ATS.
The Associate of Biblical Studies program primarily consists of training in key Bible books and theological topics. Students will be instructed by professors such as Dr. Jimmy Hayes, president of ATS, and Dr. James Gibson, a perennial favorite professor at ATS for many, many years. Most courses will involve traditional final exams.
The Associate of Biblical Studies program is an advance-at-your-own-pace program. Most students will complete the program in less than two years.
Any student seeking to enroll into the Associate’s program must have completed a High School program or its equivalent. Complete the free online evaluation for more information.
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