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WiSeekU Biblical Foundations : Bachelor of Science

Study and be eager and do your utmost to present yourself to God approved (tested by trial), a workman who has no cause to be ashamed, correctly analyzing and accurately dividing [rightly handling and skillfully teaching] the Word of Truth. II Timothy 2:15 AMP


WiSeekU B.S. in Biblical Foundations Curriculum

The WiSeekU Bachelor of Science in Biblical Foundations is the ideal continuation of the Associate of Science in Biblical Foundations. The purpose is to continue building upon Biblical Foundations of Old and New Testament issues and perspectives. Students apply Biblical knowledge to real-world situations, discover and develop practical solutions to personal, individual and group challenges.

WiSeekU Bachelor of Science in Biblical Foundations Students complete a minimum of 39 credits beyond the Associate of Science in Biblical Foundations degree (57 credits), including 6 or more hours of an existing or personally developed (with administrative approval) ministry specialty course of study, and a ministry internship. Successful students receive the WiSeekU Bachelor of Science in Biblical Foundations degree (96+ credits).

Biblical Foundations I – 9 credits

Course Course Title Cr. Overview
SCHR 101 Survey of Christianity I 3 Biblical Foundations I is an introduction to ecclesiology, Christianity, and the Old and New Testaments.
SOT 101 Old Testament Survey I
(Genesis 1 – I Kings 21)
3
SNT 101 New Testament Survey I
(Matthew – John)
3

Biblical Foundations II – 9 credits

Course Course Title Cr. Overview
SCHR 102 Survey of Christianity II 3 Biblical Foundations II is an intermediate exploration of ecclesiology, Christianity, and the Old and New Testaments.
SOT 102 Old Testament Survey II
(I Kings 22 – Psalms)
3
SNT 102 New Testament Survey II
(Acts – Ephesians)
3

Biblical Foundations III – 9 credits

Course Course Title Cr. Overview
SCHR 103 Survey of Christianity III 3 Biblical Foundations I is an advanced exploration of ecclesiology, Christianity, and the Old and New Testaments.
SOT 103 Old Testament Survey III
(Proverbs – Malachi)
3
SNT 103 New Testament Survey III
(Philippians – Revelation)
3

Biblical People – 12 credits

Course ID Course Title Cr. Overview
BFOTM Notable Men of the Old Testament 3 This is an independent, individual class on exceptional and symbolic men of the Old Testament. This course may be combined with other programs, or taken a la carte, for personal study.
BFNTM Notable Men of the New Testament 3 This is an independent, individual class on exceptional and symbolic men of the New Testament. This course may be combined with other programs, or taken a la carte, for personal study.
BFOTW Notable Women of the Old Testament 3 This is an independent, individual class on exceptional and symbolic women of the New Testament. This course may be combined with other programs, or taken a la carte, for personal study.
BFNTW Notable Women of the New Testament 3 This is an independent, individual class on exceptional and symbolic women of the Old Testament. This course may be combined with other programs, or taken a la carte, for personal study.

Parables, Prophecies, Signs, Wonders, & Symbols – 9 credits

Course Course Title Cr. Overview
BFPL 101 The Journeys of Christ 3 Take a virtual tour of the missionary journeys of the Apostles, the location of Jesus’ birth and places of His life ministry, and many more Biblical and influential destinations. Explore the miraculous, symbolic, and awe-striking in the works of God, His servants, and prophesies of things to come.
BFPL 102 The Journeys of the Apostles 3
BFPL 103 A Biblical Tour of Faith 3

Christian “Ologies” – 42 credits

An introduction to issues and perspectives of the church, the body of faith, Christian leaders, teachers and other clergy. An exploration of the God’s chosen people, his adopted generations, the royal priesthood, the Holy Bible and the Holy Trinity.

Course Course Title Cr. Overview
BFBI 101 Introduction to Bibliology 3 Introduction to the study of the Bible
BFCH 101 Introduction to Christology 3 Introduction to the study of Christ
BFDE 101 Introduction to Demonology 3 Introduction to the study of Demons
BFEC 101 Introduction to Ecclesiology 3 Introduction to the study of the church
BFES 101 Introduction to Eschatology 3 Introduction to the study of the end times
BFHA 101 Introduction to Hamartiology 3 Introduction to the study of sin
BFHE 101 Introduction to Hermeneutics 3 Introduction to the study of Bible interpretation
BFHO 101 Introduction to Homiletics 3 Introduction to the study and practice of preaching
BFIS 101 Introduction to Isrealology 3 Introduction to the study of Israel
BFPA 101 Introduction to Paterology 3 Introduction to the study of God the Father
BFPH 101 Introduction to Philosophy of Religion   and Faith 3 Introduction to Biblical philosophy with emphasis on issues and perspectives in faith and religion
BFPN 101 Introduction to Pneumatology 3 Introduction to the study of the Holy Spirit
BFSO Introduction to Soteriology 3 Introduction to the study of salvation
BFTH Introduction to Theology 3 Introduction to the study of God

Specialty Ministry Concentration – 6 credits (minimum)

Students complete an existing or personally developed (with administrative approval) ministry specialty course of study, including a minimum of 6 credits from available WiSeekU courses not already on the student’s transcript.

Ministry Internship – 200 Clock hours (minimum)

Students complete a minimum of 200 hours of ministry in volunteer and or paid capacities. Hours must be duly documented by the supervising official(s) and or entity. These hours are cumulative over the full duration of the student’s course of study (i.e., the student has a minimum of four years (the typical time required to graduate the program) to complete the internship).


Program Duration & Cost

The WiSeekU Bachelor of Science in Biblical Foundations can be completed in four or more academic years. WiSeekU works diligently to keep tuition costs low and affordable. The cost per credit hour for all online courses is $3 US. The cost per three-credit hour course is therefore $3 x 3 credits, or $9 US. At this prevailing rate, the minimum cost of 96 required credits for the Bachelor of Science in Biblical Foundations as posted above is ($3 x 96) $288 US.

With the exception of free courses, students are allowed to pay tuition for the entire Bachelor of Science in Biblical Foundations program at enrollment, or on a per-class (3-credit increment) basis. Thus, a student enrolling in the Bachelor of Science in Biblical Foundations program is able to begin lessons for the small fee of $9 US, which pays for his or her first course. A student may choose to complete any course for which he or she has paid enrollment before enrolling in and paying tuition for a subsequent course.

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