Biblical Studies

All Majors


Overview

Our mission is to provide you with a foundational knowledge of the language, history, literature, and theology of the Old and New Testaments in order to educate students to become servants of Christ to make a difference in today's world. Coursework in biblical studies is central to the our curriculum. With a degree in Biblical Studies, you will be able to read the Scriptures in Greek and Hebrew, understand biblical content and grasp the major doctrines of the Word of God.

All of this is in service of greater spiritual maturity exercising itself in love for God and love for other people. The flexibility of electives within this major will enable you to design a program in line with your ministry objectives.

Dig Deeper

Our Commitment to You



Dr. Ken Turner teaching Bible class
We commit to provide you with a thorough education in both languages and content of Scripture within the context of a biblical worldview. We want you to know about rich heritage of the interpretation of the Bible in the past as well as the major current trends today.
We are excited about helping you discover and develop your own special gifts and to understand how they fit into God's will for your life. And we can do that in the context of individual mentoring and community study.
 
We will work you hard and demand a lot–and we think you'll be happily surprised at the result. Our desire is to help you be a good and faithful steward of God's Word.

Biblical Studies offers you many options

  • You will have an opportunity to attend major conferences in Biblical Studies including both the national and regional meetings of the Evangelical Theological Society meetings.
  • You will have an opportunity to present your paper at the Evangelical Theological Society regional meetings. 
  • You may wish to supplement your major by choosing one of the five minors available: Biblical Studies, Greek, Biblical Languages, Missions, and Philosophy.
  • Students majoring in biblical studies complete a year-long directed research project on the subject of their choice culminating in a public presentation to the wider Bryan College community and guests.
  • For majors, you may choose from a wide choice of electives to craft your degree for your particular ministry.

Potential Jobs

  • Pastor (usually after the acquisition of a master's degree)
  • Bible Translator (with organizations like Wycliffe Bible Translators)
  • Evangelist
  • Missionary
  • Minister of Youth
  • Minister of Evangelism
  • Minister of Discipleship
  • Minister of Children's Programs
  • Counselor
  • Church Administrator
  • Bible Teacher for Christian Schools
  • More »

Graduate Schools

  • Asbury Seminary
  • Beeson Divinity School
  • Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
  • Southern Seminary
  • Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
  • University of Edinburgh (Scotland)
  • Wheaton College Graduate School

Minors

Sampling of Classes

  • Sexuality and the Bible
  • Hebrews and Biblical Theology
  • Genesis and Biblical Theology
  • Psalms and Wisdom Literature
  • Senior Seminar I and II

Faculty

Adjunct Instructors 

  • Mr. Samuel Youngs