Davis College - Pursue God

Courses by Semester

Bachelor of Religious Education Degree
Biblical Studies Major
Organizational Leadership Concentration

Freshman Year – Fall Semester
ENGL 1011 English Composition I 3
COMP 3121 Computers & Their Applications 3
PSYC 1011 General Psychology 3
PHIL 1031 Life, Ethics & Worldview 3
BIBL 1022 Pentateuch 3
Total 15
Freshman Year – Spring Semester
ENGL 1022 English Composition II+ 3
BIBL 2211 Hermeneutics 3
PSYC 1122 Family Foundations 3
BIBL 2011 Former Prophets 3
SPCH 2011 Fundamentals of Speech 3
Total 15
Sophomore Year – Fall Semester
HIST ____ History Elective* 3
MISS 2121 Global Engagement 3
BIBL 2022 Latter Prophets 3
THEO 3011 Systematic Theology I 3
ORGL 2011 Biblical Concepts of Leadership 3
Total 15
Sophomore Year – Spring Semester
HIST ____ History Elective* 3
PHED2111 Health and Fitness 3
BIBL 2122 Life of Christ 3
THEO 3022 Systematic Theology II 3
ORGL 2022 Leadership and Management 3
Total 15
Junior Year – Fall Semester
MATH ___ Mathematics Elective* 3
BIBL 3111 Acts/Romans 3
SPCH 3311 Homiletics (Men) OR
SPCH 3211 Ministry Communication (Women) 3
___ _____ Bible/Theology Elective* 3
ORGL 3022 Leadership Development 3
Total 15
Junior Year – Spring Semester
BIBL 3022 Pauline Epistles 3
FOUN 3022 Career Development 1
SCIN ___ Science Elective* 3
___ _____ Fine Arts Elective* 3
___ _____ Bible/Theology Elective* 3
ORGL 3051 Organizational Behavior 3
Total 16
Senior Year – Fall Semester
BIBL 4111 General Epistles 3
HIST 4422 History of Christianity 3
___ _____ Free Elective* 3
ORGL 3011 Leadership and Ethics 3
ORGL 4011 Fundamentals of Business Management 3
Total 15
Senior Year – Spring Semester
BIBL 4022 Daniel/Revelation 3
THEO 4433 Worldview Integration 3
___ _____ Free Elective* 3
ORGL 4022 Strategic Leadership 3
ORGL 4244 Organizational Leadership Internship 3
Total 15
Biblical Studies = 42 hours
Liberal Arts Studies = 42 hours
Professional Studies = 31 hours
Free Electives = 6 hours
Total Hours = 121 hours

+ Prerequisites for these courses
* See course descriptions in the Course Catalog