|Course Title||Course Number||Hours|
History, Life, and Thought
|Early Western Civilization||HIS 1103||3|
|Early Western Civilization Seminar||IDE 1103||3|
|Church and Empires||HIS 1203||3|
|Church and Empires Seminar||IDE 1203||3|
|World Religions||HIS 2103||3|
|World Religions Seminar||IDE 2103||3|
|Renaissance and Reformation||HIS 2203||3|
|Renaissance and Reformation Seminar||IDE 2203||3|
|Baptist History and Heritage||HIS 2213||3|
|Enlightenment Seminar||IDE 3103||3|
|The 19th Century||HIS 3203||3|
|The 19th Century Seminar||IDE 3203||3|
|The Early 20th Century||HIS 4103||3|
|The Early 20th Century Seminar||IDE 4103||3|
|Late 20th Century to the Present||HIS 4203||3|
|Late 20th Century to the Present Seminar||IDE 4203||3|
|Fine Arts Perspectives of Life||FNA 3103||3|
|Introduction to Natural Science or Issues in Physical Science||NAS 4203 or 2203||3|
|Introduction to Social Science||SOS 4103||3|
|English I- Rhetoric and Argument1||ENG 1103||(3)|
|Greek I or Latin I||GRK or LTN 1103||3|
|Greek II or Latin II||GRK or LTN 1203||3|
|Greek III or Latin III||GRK or LTN 2103||3|
|Greek IV or Latin IV||GRK or LTN 2203||3|
|Reasoning/Lab||REA 1103 & REA 1100||3/0|
|Literary Interpretation/Lab||INT 1203 & INT 1200||3/0|
|Personal Evangelism||EVA 2201||1|
|International Mission Trip3||MIS 3201||1|
|Physical Education||PED 1101||(4 semesters)|
Biblical and Theological Studies
|Old Testament Survey||OTS 1103||3|
|Focused Study in Old Testament4||OTS 1203||3|
|New Testament Survey||NTS 2103||3|
|Focused Study in New Testament4||NTS 2203||3|
|Systematic Theology I||THE 3103||3|
|Focused Study on Theological Issues5||THE 3203||3|
|Systematic Theology II||THE 4103||3|
|Focused Study on Theological Issues5||THE 4203||3|
|Chapel7||CHP 1000||(6 semesters)|
1English I is required for all new students due to the intense reading and writing content in the curriculum. Exemptions for enrollment in English I are based on the submission of ACT/SAT scores before the beginning of the semester in which the student begins. The minimum criteria for exemption are : 18 or higher on the English and Reading sections of the ACT, 450 or higher on the Reading and Writing sections of the SAT, or transferring in a score of "B" or higher in English Composition from another college or university. Please note, international students seeking exemption must transfer in scores of "B" or higher for two semesters of English Composition. The three hours for this course are not included in the number of hours required for the degree but can count toward elective hours required for graduation.
2Students are required to take four semesters (two years) in either Greek or Latin. Students cannot mix languages or take languages at the seminary level as course substitutions. The goal is proficiency in one language.
3Students are required to go on one International Mission Trip over the course of their time at the College in order to graduate. To meet this requirement, the trip must be faculty-led by either one of the faculty members at the College at Southwestern or Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and the trip must be out of the country.
4Students are allowed to take multiple focused studies in a particular Testament as long as they have not taken the same course previously. Extra hours in Bible can count as electives.
5Students are required to have six hours of theology focused study. Students can take two THE 3203 courses or two THE 4203 courses or one of each to count for the six required hours of theology focused study as long as they have not previously taken the same course, i.e., a student cannot take two theology focused studies on the Doctrine of Revelation. Students can also take multiple theology focused studies to count as electives, provided they have already met the six-hour requirement and have not previously taken the same course.
6Twenty-one hours of electives are available. These may be taken as free electives or the student may choose a prescribed concentration. Most concentrations are fifteen hours in length, leaving three hours for free electives. If a selected concentration requires more than 21 hours, then the overall length of the B.A. will exceed 129 hours.
7Non-transfer students are required to pass six semesters of chapel. Transfer students will have the number of required semesters reduced based on the number of hours transferred. Students can miss no more than 9 chapel sessions each semester to receive credit for chapel.