The Humanities program is designed for students who want a comprehensive education in the humanities combined with biblical and ministry related courses. It is intended to help students prepare for a variety of occupations, including church and para-church ministries, or further graduate studies, through a reflective engagement with history, literature, and philosophy.
|Course Number||Course Title||Credit Hours|
|EN 101||English Composition I||3|
|EN 102||English Composition II||3|
|MA —||Math Elective||3|
|PH 103||Introduction to Philosophy||3|
|PH 108||Worldview Analysis||3|
|PH 311||Introduction to Ethics||3|
|PH 321||Religion in the Public Square||3|
|PS 101||Introduction to Psychology||3|
|SP 105||Introduction to Public Speaking||3|
|Choose one of the following two courses:|
|SC 111||Principles of Biology and Lab||4|
|SC 121||Principles of Physical Science and Lab||4|
|CN 101||Introduction to Biblical Counseling||3|
|MS 105||Personal Evangelism||3|
|Biblical and Theological Studies||24|
|BL 101||Old Testament Survey I||3|
|BL 102||Old Testament Survey II||3|
|BL 151||New Testament Survey I||3|
|BL 152||New Testament Survey II||3|
|TH 211||Christian Theology I||3|
|TH 212||Christian Theology II||3|
|TH 213||Christian Theology III||3|
Total Degree Hours
Prerequisite: CP 100 Cooperative Program 2 hours
1. Major Studies
Students must take a minimum of 9 hours and a maximum of 15 hours in each of these three areas to meet their Major Studies requirement: History, Literature, and Philosophy, for a total of 36 hours. Students may transfer in courses to meet these requirements, or they may choose from the following Boyce College courses:
History: Courses numbered with a HS prefix.
Literature: EN 221, HU 421, 422
Philosophy: Courses numbered with a PH prefix.
Students must take a 15 hour minor offered through Boyce College. For available minors, see the “Programs of Study” section of the Boyce catalog. Each degree program lists “Requirements for a 15 hour Minor.” Students may enroll in any minor except Christian Worldview and Apologetics.
Student Learning Outcomes:
1. Students will be able to demonstrate a knowledge of the Bible, interpret Scripture’s original meaning, and apply Scripture to contemporary situations.
2. Students will be able to integrate systematic and historical theology into a larger biblical framework.
3. Students will be able to comprehend, interpret, discuss, and analyze written communication of various genres.
4. Students will be able to describe the history of civilizations and the forces shaping contemporary society.