Bachelor of Arts Programs

Foundational Courses – 30 Credit Hours

These are studies that provide the foundational basis for theological and biblical understanding and are required courses for all students entering into a degree program through Logos University.

  • HCH201 – Church History 1
  • HCH211 – Church History 2
  • NTS101 – New Testament Survey
  • NTS202 – Acts: Mandate for Missions
  • OTS101 – Old Testament Survey
  • PTH101 – Principles of Bible Study
  • PTH102 – Discipleship and Mentoring
  • SYS222 – Christology
  • SYS323 – Ecclesiology
  • THE230 – Hermeneutics
Core Courses – 45 Credit Hours

The Core Concentration of the Bachelor of Arts programs consists of 45 credit hours in the area of speciality.  For the details of each concentration please click the appropriate link below for a sample program.

Bachelor of Arts in Applied Theology

The Bachelor of Arts in Applied Theology is a practical degree that is designed for students who are centered in their desire to prepare for Christian ministry vocations.  The degree program is structured to provide a strong biblical/theological/practical ministry foundation for leadership and includes opportunities for students to structure their own program to meet perceived needs in ministry.  

The courses provide the core study for your major. For the Bachelor of Arts in Applied Theology, these courses may come from any course with a Prefix of BUS, CNS, CED, ECM, PRE, and PTH. Below is a sample of degree concentration courses. These may be switched and customized to meet your needs. Courses may be found in the course catalog on pages 34-52.

  • BUS100 – Church/Ministry Administration
  • BUS300 – Ministry Staff Management
  • BUS450 – Financial Planning: Finances in Perilous Times
  • CED101 – Introduction to Christian Education
  • CNS130 – Introduction to Christian Counseling
  • CNS131 – Biblical Counseling
  • ECM101 – Evangelism
  • PRE201 – Homiletics I: Preparing a Biblical Message
  • PTH104 – Church Government
  • PTH204 – Pastoral Theology
  • PTH304 – Local Church Home Fellowships
  • PTH306 – Christian Ethics
  • PTH307 – Pastoral Counseling
  • PTH308 – Principles of Church Growth
  • PTH408 – Conflict Management

Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies

The Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies degree is designed to deepen knowledge of the Bible through pursuing biblical and theological studies.  Through this program students will explore the Old Testament, New Testament, and background of the biblical era. This program is also designed to help students apply the Scriptures within contemporary life and ministry.

The courses provide the core study for your major. For the Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies, these courses may come from any course with a Prefix of OTS or NTS. Below is a sample of degree concentration courses. These may be switched and customized to meet your needs. Courses may be found in the course catalog on pages 34-52.

  • OTS110 – Pentateuch
  • OTS220 – Historical Books
  • OTS221 – Joshua
  • OTS222 – Nehemiah
  • OTS330 – Wisdom Books
  • OTS410 – Major Prophets
  • OTS413 – Ezekiel
  • OTS420 – Minor Prophets
  • OTS490 – Specialized Bible Study
  • NTS110 – Gospels: The Life of Christ
  • NTS210 – Pauline Literature (Epistles)
  • NTS331 – First and Second Peter
  • NTS340 – Johannine Literature
  • NTS350 – Hebrews: Better Covenant
  • NTS410 – Revelation

Bachelor of Arts in Christian Counseling

The Bachelor of Arts in Christian Counseling degree is designed to broaden the understanding of the multi-faceted aspects of Christian counseling.  This program will equip ministry practitioners with the skills to counsel from a Biblical and Christian perspective and will enhance their effectiveness of ministering to people.  This program is not designed to prepare a student for state exams or to practice in secular counseling environments.

The courses provide the core study for your major. For the Bachelor of Arts in Christian Counseling, these courses may come from any course with a Prefix of CNS or PSY. Below is a sample of degree concentration courses. These may be switched and customized to meet your needs. Courses may be found in the course catalog on pages 34-52.

  • PSY101 – Introduction to Psychology – Required
  • PSY204 – Developmental Psychology – Required
  • CNS130 – Introduction to Christian Counseling
  • CNS131 – Biblical Counseling
  • CNS231 – Effective Counseling Skills
  • CNS331 – Marriage and Family
  • CNS332 – Group Counseling
  • CNS334 – Grief Counseling
  • CNS335 – Stress Counseling
  • CNS341 – Divorce/Remarriage Counseling
  • CNS431 – Addiction Counseling
  • CNS444 – Counseling Sexual Abuse
  • PSY212 – Cognitive Therapy
  • PSY301 – Introduction to Psychopathology
  • PSY304 – Psychology and Theology

Bachelor of Arts in Christian Education

The Bachelor of Arts in Christian Education degree is designed for those who desire to minister in creating or administrating Christian Education departments in churches and/or Christian schools.  This program provides biblical and theological education for those anticipating vocations as ministers of Christian education, children’s workers, ministers of youth, or ministers of adults.

The courses provide the core study for your major. For the Bachelor of Arts in Christian Education, these courses may come from any course with a Prefix of CED. Below is a sample of degree concentration courses. These may be switched and customized to meet your needs. Courses may be found in the course catalog on pages 34-52.

  • CED101 – Introduction to Christian Education
  • CED111 – Dynamics of Teaching Methods
  • CED210 – Principles of Teaching
  • CED211 – Theology of Christian Education
  • CED212 – Classroom Management
  • CED213 – Curriculum Development
  • CED220 – Ministry to Children
  • CED302 – Educational Models
  • CED304 – Managing Educational Resources
  • CED305 – Theory of Education
  • CED306 – Ministry to Physically-Challenged
  • CED320 – Ministry To Youth
  • CED408 – Learning Styles
  • CED420 – Ministry to Adults
  • CED421 – Student Teaching Project

Bachelor of Arts in Christian Leadership and Organization

The Bachelor of Arts in Leadership and Organization degree offers the student the opportunity to develop and exercise their leadership and organization skills within churches, para-church ministries, and Christian non-profit organizations. This degree will teach students how to develop a team, discover leadership strengths and weaknesses, achieve resolution and communicate effectively.

These course provide a sample of your core study for your major. For the Bachelor of Arts in Christian Leadership and Management, these courses may come from any course with a Prefix of BUS and some PTH Courses. Below is a sample of degree concentration courses. These may be switched and customized to meet your needs. Courses may be found in the course catalog on pages 34-52.

  • BUS100 – Church/Ministry Administration
  • BUS101 – Biblical Business Principles
  • BUS110 – Accounting Principles
  • BUS200 – Church/Business Staffing
  • BUS201 – Principles of Economics
  • BUS202 – Organizational Principles
  • BUS210 – Accounting for Non-Profits
  • BUS241 – Business Ethics
  • BUS245 – Negotiation Principles an Practice
  • BUS310 – Managing Non-Profit Organization
  • BUS404 – Marketing and Management
  • BUS410 – Legal Environment of Business
  • BUS450 – Financial Planning
  • PTH301 – Leadership Principles
  • PTH408 – Conflict Management

Bachelor of Arts in Theological Studies

The Bachelor of Arts in Theological Studies is a degree that provides students with an understanding of the history, context and message of the Bible. In addition, this degree teaches the historical and theological developments within a framework of Christianity.

These course provide a sample of your core study for your major. For the Bachelor of Arts in Theological Studies, these courses may come from any course with a Prefix of OTS, NTS, CNS, CED, ECM, HCH, HIS, BUS, PTH, SYS, and THE. Below is a sample of degree concentration courses. These may be switched and customized to meet your needs. Courses may be found in the course catalog on pages 34-52.

  • CED101 – Introduction to Christian Education
  • CNS130 – Introduction to Christian Counseling
  • ECM101 – Evangelism
  • HCH221 – The Age of Reformation
  • HCH301 – History of Revivals
  • PTH104 – Church Government
  • PTH204 – Pastoral Theology
  • PTH304 – Local Church Home Fellowships
  • PTH306 – Christian Ethics
  • PTH307 – Pastoral Counseling
  • PTH308 – Principles of Church Growth
  • PTH408 – Conflict Management
  • SYS210 – Bible Doctrines
  • SYS410 – Systematic Theology
  • THE262 – Comparative Religions
Elective Courses – 45 Credit Hours

These courses provide the elective portion for your degree. These credits may be earned from a combination of Life and Ministry Experience (possible of 15 credits awarded), Basic Biblical Knowledge (possible 15 credits awarded), and coursework. Courses may be found in the course catalog on pages 34-52. If you would like more guidance, feel free to contact Student Affairs for assistance in planning a customized program to meet and fill your needs.

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