Courses Offered

BBCA offers a wide variety of courses to ensure all our students have the tools needed to grow not only as a Christian, but as a ministry leader. Click on the course number for a detailed description.


First Year
Course Name Course Number
Old Testament Survey 1 BIB 101
Old Testament Survey 2 BIB 106
New Testament Survey 1 BIB 102
New Testament Survey 2 BIB 107
English Grammar 1 ENG 103
English Grammar 2 ENG 104
Public Speaking SPE 301
Personal Evangelism BIB 104
Methods of Bible Study BIB 105
Survey of Basic Life Principles 1 PCC 100
Survey of Basic Life Principles 2 PCC 101
Survey of Theology 1 BIB 201
Survey of Theology 2 BIB 202
General Missions MIS 101
Bible Atlas BIB 203
Four Gospels BIB 204
Second Year
Course Name Course Number
Leadership Concepts 1 CHA 206
Leadership Concepts 2 CHA 207
Ministry Team Building CHA 208
Apologetics 1 BIB 220
Apologetics 2 BIB 221
Church History HIS 401
Life in Bible Times SST 204
English Composition 1 ENG 101
English Composition 2 ENG 102
Pneumatology BIB 112
Ecclesiology/Soteriology BIB 211
Bibliology BIB 113
Christology BIB 114
Theology of Missions MIS 306
Contemporary Worship Concepts MUS103
Third Year
Course Name Course Number
Pentateuch BIB 303
Creation Science SCI 314
Anthropology/Hamartiology BIB 210
Angelology/Eschatology BIB 314
Hermeneutics BIB 453
Greek 1 BIB 531
Greek 2 BIB 532
Greek 3 BIB 533
Homiletics SPE 301
Acts of the Apostles BIB 304
Pauline Epistles BIB 307
General Epistles BIB 308
Major Prophets BIB 504
Minor Prophets BIB 505
Mission Strategies BIB 310
Church and Personal Finance CHA 202
Fourth Year
Course Name Course Number
Methods of Church Planting 1 MIS 510
Methods of Church Planting 2 MIS 511
Sunday School Administration CHA 412
Book of Revelation BIB 400
Youth Ministry Concepts CHA 401
Pastorology/Women's Ministries BIB 414
Contemporary Worship Styles MUS 104
Dispensationalism BIB 515
Principles of Sociology SST 401
Church Administration CHA 421
Baptist Church History BIB 517
Basic Counseling PCC 204
Studies in Daniel BIB 403
Small Group Strategies CHA 400
World History 1 HIS 201
World History 2 HIS 202
Ministry Concepts 1  CHA 308
Ministry Concepts 2 CHA 309
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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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BIB106 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 2

Part 2 of the Historical study of the Old Testament.

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BIB102 NEW TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

A research course which provides a foundation of study the nature of God (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit) as revealed in New Testament.

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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BIB104 PERSONAL EVANGELISM

Designed to teach the fundamentals of personal†evangelism for believers so that they can fulfill the†Great Commission of Christ in their life.

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BIB105 METHODS OF BIBLE STUDY

Designed to aid the inquiring Bible student. Students will develop effective study techniques enabling them to make appropriate application of biblical truths.

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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BIB202 THE FOUR GOSPELS

Review and study of the works, teachings and the life of Jesus as paralleled in four of the five historical books in the New Testament. The life of Christ and his philosophies are studied.

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MIS101 GENERAL MISSIONS

This is a general introduction to missions. Particular attention will be given to the mission of the local church.

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BIB203 BIBLE ATLAS

A study of the Bible lands: Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, Asia Minor, Syria, Italy, Cyprus, Phoenicia, Iran and Palestine. To understand the Bible properly, it is necessary to study the geography and topography of the land of Israel and relevant nations.

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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BIB220 APOLOGETICS 1

A thorough study of methodology, theistic apologetics, and Christian apologetics.

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BIB221 APOLOGETICS 2

Continuation of the course BIB220

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HIS401 CHURCH HISTORY 1 - Ancient, Medieval, Reformation)

The history of Christianity from apostolic times through the Roman and Byzantine periods is surveyed with careful consideration of the conditions which led up to the Reformation.

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION 1

A course designed to teach correct and effective use of the language through expository writing and selected reading. This course places emphasis on the organization of multi-paragraph.

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ENG102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION 2

A continuation of English101. Writing assignments are more complex, with special emphasis placed on rhetorical devices, variety of sentence structure, and diction. Extensive readings furnish models and source materials. The research paper and literary appreciation are included.

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BIB112 PNEUMATOLOGY

In this course an overview of Christology is made and special emphasis is given to Jesusí person, deity, sinless ness, death, and resurrection. The person, deity, and work of the Holy Spirit will also be examined and special emphasis will be placed on the believerís relation to this often neglected member of the Trinity.

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BIB211 ECCLESIOLOGY/SOTERIOLOGY

A study of the doctrines of the body of Christ, the local church and its organization, ministry, ordinances, government and purpose.

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BIB113 BIBLIOLOGY

This is a study of trinity and various aspects of the Godhead including the attributes of God. It is also a study of the Bibleís teaching concerning itself. A detailed examination of Biblical inerrancy, infallibility, and preservation in conducted.

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BIB114 CHRISTOLOGY

A course which explores the different aspects of Christís earthly ministry and His divine attributes.

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MIS306 THEOLOGY OF MISSIONS

This course addresses the issues fundamental to Missions in our time. This course is also designed to present a broad biblical and theological affirmation of missions.

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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BIB303 PENTATEUCH

A study of first five books of the Bible. An Exposition of Genesis, the foundation book, with emphasis upon the Creation and Flood, and the origin of the Hebrew nation.

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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BIB210 ANTHROPOLOGY/ HAMARTIOLOGY

A study of the doctrine of man including his creation, nature, and fall. The doctrine of sin is studied in regard to its origin, transmission, and ultimate outcome.

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BIB314 ANGELOLOGY/ ESCHATOLOGY

In this course the origin, order, and activity of the angelic world (both fallen and elect are studied). Satanology and demonology are surveyed. Also the Bibleís teaching of the future is examined. The Rapture, Tribulation, and Millennial reign of Christ are covered and the various views on these are examined.

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BIB453 HERMENEUTICS

This course presents the history, principles, and methods of biblical interpretation. The development of principles of interpretation is traced from the ancients Jews and through the apostolic, middle, and modern ages

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BIB531 GREEK 1

The Greek used in the New Testament is called "Koine" or common Greek. This course emphasizes the learning of the Greek alphabet, and the use of available scholarly resources to understand and employ Greek more efficiently in Bible study, teaching, and preaching.

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BIB532 GREEK 2

Continuation of Greek 1.

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BIB533 GREEK 3

Continuation of Greek 2

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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BIB304 ACTS OF APOSTLES

Gives the history and the format of the New Testament church. Exposition of the argument of the book, with special consideration of hermeneutical principles involved in the interpretation of historical literature.

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BIB307 PAULINE EPISTLES

This is the study of the fourteen Pauline books, from Romans through Hebrews. Emphasis is on the techniques and method of individual Bible book study. A harmony of the writings of Paul, as related to Christ and the Covenant is also explored.

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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BIB504 MAJOR PROPHETS

A study of the prophecies of Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel.

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BIB505 MINOR PROPHETS

A study of biblical prophecy pertaining to Israel, the Gentiles, and the Bible. This book is a consideration of how God used holy men in eccentric ways.

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BIB310 MISSION STRATEGIES

An historical survey of missionary work on the home and foreign fields that provides an understanding of the strategies for the development of international mission efforts.

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CHA202 CHURCH AND PERSONAL FINANCE

Course design especially for the new pastor or missionary who is starting a new church. It is also appropriate for the experienced pastor with little or no training in financial management and bookkeeping.

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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CHA412 SUNDAY SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION

This course includes a comprehensive study of the Sunday School with emphasis on the management techniques that can be utilized by the pastor; the duties and responsibilities of the pastor, and the duties and responsibilities of other professionals and laymen are explored.

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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CHA401 YOUTH MINISTRY CONCEPTS

A course designed to equip those who want to enhance their understanding of the local church youth ministry. This course provides excellent background for both the fulltime youth minister and the volunteer youth leader.

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BIB414 PASTROLOGY

Explores the call, the commitment and the unique qualities required of successful pastor.

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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BIB515 DISPENSATIONALISM

This course will cover a general analysis of major theological systems; namely, covenant theology and dispensationalism. The course will acquaint the student with that system of biblical interpretation which seeks to understand the plan of God in the light of dispensational divisions based upon the literal, historical, and grammatical methods of interpretation.

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SST401 PRINCIPLES OF SOCIOLOGY

Human social relationships and process; functioning of familial, recreational, religious, economic, political, and other social groups.

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CHA421 CHURCH ADMINISTRATION

The effective and efficient operation and management of a church is considered. Topics includes: personnel selection, maintenance, membership services and development, long-range planning, finances and church growth.

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BIB517 BAPTIST CHURCH HISTORY

This study of the Anabaptist of the pre-reformation periods with emphasis on their principles, development, and impacts. It also traces the history of Baptists from the period of time to early American Baptists and on into this century.

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.

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BIB101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY 1

An Historical study of the Old Testament, introducing the literature, religion, and national life of the Hebrews.