Bachelor’s Degree Program

Bachelor of Religious Education in Middle Eastern History.

The bachelor’s degree prepares the student for ministry with the most up-to-date information concerning the modern and biblical land of Israel, biblical culture, the Middle East and the foundations of the Jewish roots of Christianity.

Students are required to first take Introduction to Jewish Roots as a preparation for the terminology, scholarship, and sometimes controversial information that is taught in subsequent courses. The five foundational courses (which include Introduction to Jewish Roots) are required to be taken in the first semester. The second semester is designed to give students a thorough overview of the Bible from a Hebraic perspective.

All courses listed as research courses may or may not have videos provided. Students are given twelve topics and are required to develop questions from their own research.

Degree Requirements

Summary of requirements for a Bachelor degree:

 
Introduction to Jewish Roots……………….
Jewish Culture I……………………………
Jewish Culture II…………………………..
The Jewishness of Jesus……………………..
Messianic Concepts of the 1st Century….
Bible Survey/Old Testament I………………
Bible Survey/Old Testament II……………..
Bible Survey/Old Testament III…………….
Bible Survey/Old Testament IV…………….
Bible Survey/New Testament I……………..
33 Electives from BRE program list……….
Total……………………………………………….
 
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
99
129
 
Credits
Credits
Credits
Credits
Credits
Credits
Credits
Credits
Credits
Credits
Credits
Credits

Return to Jewish Roots Institute Classes from Bachelor’s Degree

Return to Jewish Roots Institute Home page from Calendar

Comments on this entry are closed.