Core Courses at Faith

All students in a four-year program take the following core courses and add courses from their major field to complete their program. (Students in the two-year programs take select courses from this list.)

Bible and Theology (42-46 credit hours)
These courses enable students to know what the Bible teaches so they can grow in their spiritual life and effectively communicate the Bible to others.

• Introduction to Bible Study
• O.T. Law, History, and Poetry
• O.T. Prophets
• N.T. Survey    
• Christian Experience
• Doctrine I, II, III, IV    
• Romans

• Genesis
• Matthew
• Acts
• Apologetics
• Baptist Faith & Practice
• Senior Seminar or

•Systematic Theology I, II

General Education (48 credit hours)
Through these courses you learn about the people and philosophies of the world around you so you can minister to them.    

• English I & II    
• Speech I    
• Drama in Ministry or Public Speaking    
• Introduction to Psychology & Counseling
• The Family    
• Human Relationships    
• American History    
• Western Civilization I, II    
• Physical Science   

• Biological Science     
• College Mathematics    
• Introduction to Literature    
• Introduction to Philosophy    
• Contemporary Ethical Issues    
• Music Appreciation


Missions (4 credit hours)
Since missions and evangelism are at the heart of Faith, each student takes two foundational missions courses.

• Personal Evangelism

• Introduction to Missions


In addition to these required core courses, students in four-year programs also have an internship to give them practical experience in their ministry field.


Festival of Carols

December 4, 5

Begin your Christmas celebration by joining us for an evening of music that exalts our Savior.

Refresh Conference

February 9–12

A specialized conference for pastors and wives to refresh you in your ministry

Scholarship Weekend

March 17–19

High School seniors: spend a weekend at Faith interviewing for scholarships.

Student Leadership Summit

April 14–16

Hear Carl Kerby and Dr.Jonathan Sarfati address the theme of Creation: The Great Debate.