There are four tracks of study in which you may enroll:
1. Take only the courses which interest you for your personal education
program consisting of the 10 core classes, and two electives. It is
designed to aquaint you with the world of the Bible. Students who
successfully complete the apprenticeship receive a Journeyman
Certificate in Biblical Anthropology.
3. MASTER CLASSES IN BIBLICAL ANTHROPOLOGY-advanced
study in Biblical Anthropology whose curriculum is defigned by
reading lists and culminates in a brief thesis designed to
demonstrate the student's increased grasp of the subject. The
student may specialize in Biblical Anthropology, Biblical History,
Biblical Archaeology, or general Biblical Studies. Completion of the
apprenticeship is prerequisite (Beginning January 2012).
4. MINISTERIAL ORDINATION-If you feel called to become a
Christian minister there is also an option to obtain your ordination as
part of the apprenticeship program. Included are basic instructions
in ministry as shaped by an anthropological understanding of the
Bible (Under Development).