Master of Theological Studies in Biblical Languages
Students who enroll in Regent University's Master of Theological Studies with a concentration in Biblical Languages have the opportunity to explore and interpret the Bible and acquire a solid understanding of biblical passages and texts. Read more about Regent University's MTS in Biblical Languages here.
Official Program Name:
Master of Theological Studies with a concentration in Biblical Languages
School Offering Program:
Students who want to pursue the Master of Theological Studies in Biblical Languages at Regent University should possess a strong character and integrity along with a foundational knowledge of Scripture. All applicants to Regent University graduate programs should have a bachelor's degree from an accredited university; some programs may have additional admissions requirements.
Regent University's Master of Theological Studies in Biblical Languages program is designed to build a student's understanding of truths from the Bible, including tone and meaning of biblical passages and texts. Students could get the chance to delve into the original languages of the Bible and interpret biblical language. Regent's MTS program also offers students the opportunity to explore contemporary issues in biblical languages and apply knowledge of the scripture to daily life. Students could also explore biblical languages through a master's thesis and be able to explore Greek and Hebrew languages of the Bible.
Online and on-campus
Eligible students could be able to receive financial aid in the forms of grants, loans, and scholarships. Contact Regent University's financial aid office for more information.
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Required Courses for the Master of Theological Studies with a Concentration in Biblical Languages:
The Master of Theological Studies in Biblical Languages program at Regent's University requires students to complete 10 foundation courses, totaling 30 credit hours. Students are then expected to complete 12 hours of concentration courses and a 6 hour capstone course, which includes the master's thesis. Degree program and course requirements are subject to change. Contact Regent University to confirm the most accurate information before enrolling in a program.
Foundation Courses (30 credits)
- Biblical Hermeneutics
- New Testament
- Old Testament
- Unity of the Bible
- Intro to Biblical Languages
- Foundations for Biblical Mission
- Spiritual Formation
- Christian Theology
- Students choose one:
- Church History I
- Church History II
Biblical Languages Concentration Courses (12 credits)
- Students choose 12 credits from the following:
- Biblical Hebrew I
- Biblical Hebrew II
- Readings in the Hebrew Old Testament
- Hebrew Exegesis
- Biblical Greek I
- Biblical Greek II
- Greek Exegesis
- Readings in the Greek New Testament
- Theological German
Capstone Courses (6 credits)
- Master's Thesis Prep
- Master's Thesis
Furthering Your Education:
Graduates of the Master of Theological Studies in Biblical Languages at Regent University could choose to pursue doctoral-level degrees in theology, biblical studies or a related area. Doctorate programs could give students the option of additional career choices in the academic world, including at Christian universities and seminaries.
Additional degree options for graduates can include (but are not limited to):
- Ph.D. in Renewal Theology - Biblical Studies
- Ph.D. in Bible and Theology
- Ph.D. in Biblical Languages
The Master of Theological Studies with a concentration in Biblical Languages is designed to offer the leadership skills and knowledge of the Bible and scripture that could be put into action in a variety of career fields. The program could afford students the opportunity to pursue careers in teaching, research, or ministry.
Some possible positions that graduates could pursue include:
- Ministry leader
- Bible studies or ministerial teacher