Master of Theology

NEW TESTAMENT


  • BSOT5000 OT Introduction
  • BSNT5000  NT Introduction
  • NTBB6003  The Gospel of Mark*
  • NTTS6000   Acts & Paul*
  • NTBB6515   Romans
  • NTBB6516  1 Corinthians*
  • NTBB6525  Pastoral Epistles
  • THEO6370 Soteriology
  • NTGR5000 Biblical Greek I
  • NTGR5010 Biblical Greek II
  • NTGR5100 Biblical Greek III
  • BTGR5110 Biblical Greek IV
  • THRS6000 Theological Research I
  • THRS6010 Theological Research II
  • GRTH6999 Thesis (6 Semester Hours)

For courses with *, substitute courses will be provided until these courses are available throughout the Academic Year.  Call ATS for a current listing of all courses for the program.

The Master of Biblical Studies degree is a 30 semester hour program that students may complete at their own rate of progress. The Master of Biblical Studies (New Testament) is specifically designed for those church leaders working within the church setting seeking to support the KJV with readings from the Greek New Testament and is designed to lead students into the Doctor of Biblical Studies (New Testament) program. The program is very accessible to both full-time and bi-vocational pastors, with all courses being available through the ATS Distance Education Formats.

Tuition fees:

$1,500.00

Payment Plan A:
$200.00 down and $50.00 per month for a total of $1,500.00


Payment Plan B:
$200.00 down and $100.00 per month for a total of $1,300.00 ($200.00 savings)


Payment Plan C:
Discounted Advance Payment Cost—$1,000.00 with no additional tuition payments ($500.00 savings)

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Entrance Requirements
Any student seeking to enroll into the Master of Biblical Studies (New Testament) program must have completed an approved Bachelor’s program. Complete the free online evaluation for more information.

Course Descriptions

Section One

  • BSNT5000 New Testament Introduction—Dr. James Gibson (3 Semester Hrs) This course is offered in the ATS MP3 Distance Education Format. It introduces the student to all 27 books of the New Testament. Included in the lectures is a discussion of the authorship, date, audience, and critical passages of each book.
  • NTBB6212 Exposition of Acts (Part 1)—Dr. Harley Howard (3 Semester Hrs) This course is offered in the ATS MP3 Distance Education Format. Acts I covers the first 10 chapters of the book of Acts. Special attention is given to the birth of the Church, the day of Pentecost, the role of the church, and the founders of the Church. The gift of tongues is examined from a Scriptural perspective. Focus is also given to Peter as the primary figure of the early chapters of the book.
  • NTGR5000 Biblical Greek I—James Hayes (3 Semester Hrs) This course is offered in the ATS MP3 & Textbook Distance Education Format. Greek I focuses primarily upon the Noun and Adjective system of the Greek Language. The final lectures will introduce the verbal system of the language. Those students who have a good grasp of English grammar will find the course is taught in an easy-to-grasp manner and student friendly. Textbooks Required.

Section Two

  • THEO6200 New Testament Theology—Dr. William Seay (3 Semester Hrs) This course is offered in the ATS MP3 Distance Education Format. It is an examination of the major theological themes presented by each New Testament author, giving a theological and chronological outline of each writer’s works.
  • NTBB6213 Exposition of Acts (Part 2)—Dr. Harley Howard (3 Semester Hrs) This course is offered in the ATS MP3 Distance Education Format. Acts II covers the remaining chapters of the book of Acts. Special attention is given to the ministry of Paul, especially his ministry to the Gentiles. Focus is upon his missionary journeys and upon his writings and teachings. The early days of the Church are examined most carefully.
  • NTGR5010 Biblical Greek II—James Hayes (3 Semester Hrs) This course is offered in the ATS MP3 & Textbook Distance Education Format. Greek I focuses primarily upon the Verbal system of the Greek Language. The final lectures will introduce the verbal system of the language. Those students who have a good grasp of English grammar will find the course is taught in an easy-to-grasp manner and student friendly. Textbooks Required.

Section Three

  • NTBB6103 Exposition of John—Dr. Jimmy L. Hayes (3 Semester Hrs) This course is offered in the ATS MP3 Distance Education Format. Dr. Hayes, in his usual style, not only teaches from the Book of John, but he also takes the student all over the Bible to show the student how exciting and enlightening it can be to cross-reference Scripture with Scripture.
  • NTGR5100 Biblical Greek III—James Hayes (3 Semester Hrs) This course is offered in the ATS Textbook Distance Education Format. The course uses a reader to guide the student through the first eight chapters of the Gospel of Mark. The professor is available to guide students through difficult passages and sections of the translation process. Textbooks Required.
  • NTBB6515 Exposition of Romans—Dr. Jimmy L. Hayes (3 Semester Hrs) This course is offered in the ATS MP3 Distance Education Format. The course is an exposition of Paul’s most well-read epistle. Dr. Hayes brings a dynamic preaching-teaching style that emphasizes both the doctrinal and practical aspects of the book, making Romans fully applicable to all of today’s saints. The student will find this course to the most helpful and informative for defending the Christian faith.
  • BSOT5000 Old Testament Introduction—Dr. James Gibson (3 Semester Hrs) This course is offered in the ATS MP3 Distance Education Format. It introduces the student to all 39 of the Old Testament books. Included in the lectures is a discussion of the authorship, date, audience, and critical passages of each book. The course provides a necessary foundation for future Bible exposition.

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