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Undergraduate Studies

Associate of Arts in Theology (A.Th.)

Credit Hours: 60    |    Total Cost: $1,500.00    |    Prerequisites: High School Diploma or Equivalent    |    Textbooks: Included

A.Th

Year 1: Christian Ministry Education Focused on Discipleship

The standard first year (Year 1) of the GOTSI undergraduate study program leading to the Associate’s degree is focused on Discipleship. Year One is an introductory level course of study, acclimating the student to core concepts of the four-year Bachelor’s degree program. The first year consists of 10 subjects; upon completion, the student may proceed to Year 2.

  • KG 101   The Kingdom Of God          

  • AB 102   The Covenant

  • TC 103    Applying The Blood

  • HS 104    Holy Spirit

  • FW 105   Faith Work

  • GD 106   Grace Defined

  • IP 107     Intercessory Prayer

  • PW 108   Praise Worship & Warfare

  • MP 109   Melchizedek Priesthood

  • CG 110   Church Government

Year 2: Christian Ministry Education Focused on Service

The standard second year (Year 2) of the GOTSI Undergraduate study program leading to the Associate’s degree is focused on Service. Year Two builds upon the Year One program. Year Two consists of 10 subjects.

  • EM 111   Ethic In Ministry

  • BO 112   Blessing Of The Overcomer I

  • BO 113   Blessing Of The Overcomer II

  • GB 114   Gifts And Beyond

  • HM 115   Helps Ministry

  • LP 116    Love That Passes Knowledge

  • IG 117    Inter-Working Godhead

  • SP 118    Sermon Preparation

  • SP 119    Sermon Preparation II

  • SP 120    Sermon Preparation III

Bachelor of Arts in Theology (B.Th.)

Credit Hours: 120    |    Total Cost: $3,000.00    |    Prerequisites: Associates Degree    |    Textbooks: Included

Bachelor's Degree

Courses to Complete (60 credit hours) in our Bachelor’s Program

Are you looking for a creative way to finish your degree?  Have you studied at a state approved or accredited college or university and do you have transferable credits?  We’ll help you earn the Bachelor’s degree that’s right for you.

 

We offer the Bachelor of Arts In Theology for qualifying students. If you’ve earned credits in ministry, Theology, Bible, or the Humanities from another recognized college or university, you should be able to easily transfer into the Bachelor’s Degree Program.

The Bachelor of Arts In Theology degree program consists of 60 credit hours. The student must complete the (18) subjects.  

  • KG 101   The Kingdom Of God          

  • AB 102   The Covenant

  • TC 103    Applying The Blood

  • HS 104    Holy Spirit

  • FW 105   Faith Work

  • GD 106   Grace Defined

  • IP 107     Intercessory Prayer

  • PW 108   Praise Worship & Warfare

  • MP 109   Melchizedek Priesthood

  • CG 110   Church Government

Are you looking for a creative way to finish your degree?  Have you studied at a state approved or accredited college or university and do you have transferable credits?  We’ll help you earn the Bachelor’s degree that’s right for you.

 

We offer the Bachelor of Arts In Theology for qualifying students. If you’ve earned credits in ministry, Theology, Bible, or the Humanities from another recognized college or university, you should be able to easily transfer into the Bachelor’s Degree Program.

The Bachelor of Arts In Theology degree program consists of 60 credit hours. The student must complete the (18) subjects.  

Courses to Complete (60 credit hours) in our Bachelor’s Program

  • BI 400    Advanced Hermeneutics

  • BI 405    Authenticity & Authority of the Bible

  • RS 435   Christian Theology

  • RS 442   Church Growth and Development

  • RS 444   Advanced Christian Worldview Studies

Courses that help you specialize in a Ministry: (complete 15 credit hours)

Emphasis in Theology (15 hours):

  • RS 419   Systematic Theology

  • RS 436   Ecclesiology

  • RS 437   Christology

  • RS 438   Eschatology

  • RS 439   Pneumatology: Pentecostal/Charismatic Perspectives

 

Emphasis in Christian Counseling (15 hours):​

  • CC 402   Crisis Counseling: A Christian Perspective

  • CC 404   Counseling the Dysfunctional Family

  • CC 406   Counseling and Family Violence

  • CC 415   Human Development

  • OL 440   Conflict Management and Resolution

Emphasis in Christian Education (15 hours):​

  • CC 415   Human Development

  • ED 401   Christian Education: Principles and Practice

  • ED 432    Classroom Management

  • OL 440   Conflict Management and Resolution

  • OL 460   Ethics in Leadership

Emphasis in Christian Leadership (15 hours):​

  • CC 415   Human Development

  • OL 440   Conflict Management and Resolution

  • OL 460   Ethics in Leadership

  • RS 440   The Challenge of Leadership

  • RS 441   Strategic Church Administration​

Theology Emphasis
Ch Counseling Emphasis
Ch Education Emphasis
Ch Leadeship Emphasis

After completing the Bachelor of Arts In Theology degree program, you’ll be able to…

  • Demonstrate the breadth and depth of knowledge and understanding of the Bible, Christian doctrines, and ministry principles

  • Apply concepts and principles drawn from a systematic and coherent body of knowledge in a wide range of day-to-day ministry situations, demonstrating appropriate communication and problem-solving skills

  • Demonstrate the academic skills and abilities necessary to undertake research, and to comprehend and evaluate new information, concepts, and evidence from a range of sources

  • Demonstrate the ability to review, consolidate, extend, and use the knowledge, comprehension, and academic skills developed in the program

  • Demonstrate effective interpersonal and teamwork skills, appropriate to academic scholarship and/or further study

  • Demonstrate the skills required to answer questions and address problems related to Christian life and doctrine and to many spiritual, personal, and relational issues relevant to life and ministry in church and para church settings

  • Continue the process of effective lifelong learning.

Why you’ll need to complete General Education…

The General Education requirements of the program are designed to provide the student with a diverse educational experience in the Liberal Arts, producing not only an effective Christian scholar, but a world citizen. The General Education curriculum provides students with a functional understanding of the humanities/fine arts, social/behavioral sciences, natural sciences/mathematics, and computers by illustrating how the various disciplines investigate the totality of knowledge, the means used to acquire and organize it, and the ways in which disciplines interrelate with each other. The outcomes of General Education courses are the acquisition of knowledge across the primary academic disciplines and the development of skills for critical and creative thinking. Upon completion of the required General Education, the student will be able to:

 

  • Think independently and critically in solving problems.

  • Communicate effectively in writing and speaking

  • Identify scientific influences which affect their role as a world citizen

  • Identify historical, cultural, and social influences which affect their role as a world citizen

  • Demonstrate an active concern for the problems of humanity through service and concern for others

  • Demonstrate knowledge of cultural, social, religious, and linguistic differences

  • Participate as a world citizen and demonstrate the responsibility world citizen’s share for their common global future

 

To ensure broad coverage of content, a minimum number of credit hours must be obtained for each of the five areas of study listed below:

  • Humanities (6 credit hours)

  • Fine Arts (3 credit hours)

  • Social and Behavioral Science (6 credit hours)

  • Natural Science and Mathematics (6 credit hours)

  • Computer Skills (3 credit hours)

 

GOTSI Bible Institute will accept transfer of general education courses to satisfy the general education requirement if the proffered course:

  1. Was Taken at an Accredited College or University

  2. Was Completed with a Minimum Grade of (C 2.0 on a 4.0 Scale)

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