College of
Biblical Languages

 

 

Learn and live the language of the Bible

The TSU College of Biblical Languages awards the MA degree, and the major courses can also be used as an emphasis inside another degree program. Committed to the divine inspiration and authority of the Bible, the College offers a range of biblically-relevant language courses, supported by faculty members who are qualified in and dedicated to their teaching discipline. Members of the College’s faculty routinely participate in lectures, seminars, and symposia held at the TSU campus in Albuquerque and other venues.

 

Degree Programs

College of Biblical Languages Fact Sheet

Master of Arts

 

Requirements

48 Total Semester Credit Hours (SCH) (including relevant transfer and portfolio credit)


A Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) including 35 SCH general studies (or equivalent)


 

Core Courses

All courses are 3 SCH

BL511 OT Hebrew Grammar & Syntax I

BL512 OT Hebrew Grammar & Syntax II

BL513 NT Greek Grammar & Syntax I

BL514 NT Greek Grammar & Syntax II

BL515 Aramaic Grammar & Syntax

BL517 Ugaritic Grammar & Syntax

BL518 OT Hebrew Reading: Jonah

BL519 NT Greek Reading: Colossians

 

Elective Courses

Courses may also be selected from other TSU Colleges.

BL600 Biblical Hebrew Alphabet & Phonology

BL601 OT Hebrew Reading: Covenants

BL602 OT Hebrew Reading: Ruth

BL604 NT Greek Reading: John

BL605 NT Greek Reading: Hebrews

BL607 History of the Semitic Alphabet