The Associate of Arts & Bible is designed to prepare the graduate for transfer to an upper-level degree program at Northwestern or another institution.
This program is offered through an online format so you can learn and study when and where it’s convenient for you. The Associate of Arts & Bible is granted upon completion of 60 credits as specified below.
General education and elective credit information is listed after Biblical Studies requirements below. For complete course descriptions see the catalog.
Associate of Arts & Bible (online learning)
Foundations of a Biblical Worldview
Biblical Worldview: Personal Responsibility
Biblical Worldview: Community & Culture
Old Testament History and Literature or
New Testament History and Literature
Principles of Biblical Interpretation prerequisite for all 2000- and 3000-level BIB prefix courses
Foundations of Communication
Critical Thinking and Writing
Examining the Human Condition: History, Social Sciences, Philosophy and Physical Education
History of Western Civilization
Social Sciences Select from GEO1005, 1015; PSY1005
Lifetime Fitness & Wellness
Reflecting God's Image: Fine Arts & Literature
Introduction to Music
Introduction to Literature
Understanding the Natural World: Science & Mathematics
Mathematics Select from MAT1005, 1015, 1126, 2121
Lab Science Select from CHE1006, SCI2108
Biblical Worldview: Texts & Contexts
Exposition: Select one course from the testament not studied in Foundations: If BIB1001 is taken, select from BIB2216, 2217, 2220, 3215 If BIB1002 is taken, select from BIB3235, 3237, 3238
Select any additional BIA or BIB course
Open Elective Courses
Select any courses to bring the total credits earned up to at least 60.
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