Bachelor of Theology (15 classes)
The Bachelor program requires fifteen classes, with five core classes required that help to provide students with a well-rounded foundation in their Christian walk. The Bachelor core classes include important topics such as the Christian worldview, Apologetics, and Theology. The remaining ten classes will be selected to fulfill the requirements for their chosen emphasis.
Bachelor of theology students may choose an area of focus for their degree by choosing an emphasis, which include Pastoral Studies, Chaplaincy, Counseling, Missions and Evangelism, and more. Download Summit’s catalog for more information.
In order to qualify for the bachelor program, students must have a degree in Biblical Studies or the equivalent of 60 hours of lower division courses to qualify for the bachelor’s program. An AA degree from an accredited Christian or secular college is sufficient. Life and ministry experience may also be used to help qualify a student for the bachelor’s program on a case by case basis. To see if you qualify for the bachelor’s degree, please fill out an application and contact one of our advisors at 661-328-1151.
303 Christian Worldview
306 Systematic Theology
307 Christian Counseling Foundations
421 Modern Missions
301 Biblical Worship
402 Equipping Believers for Ministry
412 Marriage Counseling
441 Introduction to Leadership
309 Christianity and the Islamic Threat
400 Communicating the Word of God
401 Faith Based Networking
413 Family Counseling Issues
302 Church History II: Luther to Present
308 Psychology and the Mind of Christ
407 Introduction to Apologetics
442 Biblical Leadership