Bachelor of Theology (Th.B.)
01. BSOT3000 Old Testament Survey Dr. James Gibson 02. OTBB3412 Survey of Joshua Dr. Harley Howard 03. OTBB4414 I Samuel Dr. Jimmy Hayes 04. OTBB4415 II Samuel Dr. Jimmy Hayes 05. OTBB4987 Job Dr. Harley Howard 06. OTBB4426 Ecclesiastes Dr. Jimmy Hayes 07. BSNT3000 New Testament Survey Dr. Edgar Simpson 08. NTBB3406 Survey of Mark Dr. James Gibson 09. NTBB3407 Survey of Luke Dr. James Gibson 10. NTBB3408 Gospel of John Mr. Andrew Carr, Th.M. 11. NTBB4429 Philippians/Colossians Dr. Jimmy Hayes 12. NTBB4869 1John—Jude Dr. Jimmy Hayes 13. MNPM4000 Personal Evangelism Dr. Randy Edwards 14. NTBS4000 Parables of Jesus Mr. Andrew Carr, Th.M. 15. THEO4010 Doctrine of Sin Dr. William Seay 16. THEO4000 Systematic Theology Dr. James Gibson 17. THEO4500 Free Grace Soteriology Dr. J.B. Hixson 18. THEO4950 Eschatology Dr. Randy Edwards 19. THEO4890 Doctrine of God Dr. Gino Cascieri 20. THEO4700 Practical Theology Dr. Jimmy Hayes
Prerequisite: An approved Associate Degree or at least 60 semester hours of college credits
The Bachelor of Theology is the final two years of the student’s undergraduate study. Students may receive advanced standing in the program through transfer credits, and in instances where the student is well-qualified, through lifetime credits. The program prepares the student for the Master of Ministry programs, the Master of Biblical Studies programs, the Master of Divinity programs, or the Master of Theology program.
The Th.B. program consists of training in key Bible books, key doctrines, and foundational ministry preparation courses. Students will receive instruction from 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 Bachelor of Theology program is an advance-at-your-own-pace program. Most students will complete the program in less than two years. Students are required to maintain a 2.5 GPA in order to advance into the ATS graduate programs. Upon completion of the Th.B. program, the student is eligible to enroll directly into the ATS graduate programs.