Biblical Studies (Area, Major, Minor)
Campbellsville University’s Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies offers a foundation in reading, teaching, and preaching the Word of God. With this undergraduate biblical studies degree, our goal is to surrender to the Bible as faithful servants in Christ. Our advanced curriculum provides the fundamentals for seminary and ministry work, social service, missionary education, and personal fulfillment.
To gain a deep understanding of the gospels, Campbellsville’s Biblical Studies Major requires 48 hours of study, including:
- 12 hours of biblical language study, including Old Testament Hebrew and New Testament Greek.
- 18 hour Christian Studies Core including: Art of Reading the Bible, Spiritual Formation, Christian Theology, Church History, a Christian Studies internship, and an upper-division Old or New Testament course.
- 18 hours of upper-level requirements must be chosen from three modules, with courses spanning Wisdom and Poetic Literature, Studies in John, and Greek Exegesis.
Campbellsville also offers two further options in
Biblical Studies: Biblical Studies Area (66 hours), which
includes 12 hours of Biblical language study, 18 hours CHS core, 21 hours of
Biblical Studies coursework, and 15 hours of Christian Studies courses; Biblical
Studies Minor (27 hours), which includes the 18-hour CHS core, 15 hours of
Biblical Studies coursework, but no Biblical language study.
How to Apply
The Campbellsville application is online and easy to complete, get started today!
- Submit a complete application for admission form.
- Arrange for the office of admissions to receive an official and final high school transcript and an official ACT or SAT score report.
- If you have previous college credits, arrange for the office of admissions to receive an official transcript (containing a complete record of all courses attempted) from each college or university previously and currently attended. If transferring less than 24 credit hours, arrange for the office of admissions to receive an official and final high school transcript and an official ACT or SAT score report.