Course Details

Bachelor’s Degree Bachelor of Religious Education

Bachelor’s Degree Bachelor of Religious Education in Middle Eastern History This degree prepares the student for ministry with the most up-to- date information concerning the modern and biblical land of Israel, the Middle East culture, and the foundations of the Jewish roots of Christianity.

*** Coursework for the Bachelor/Master of Religious Education will not be accepted for teacher certification/licensure in the State of Arkansas.

All students are required to take the Introduction to Jewish Roots as preparation for the terminology, scholarship, and sometimes controversial information that is taught in  subsequent  courses. The five foundation courses (which include Introduction to Jewish Roots) are required to be taken the first semester. The next five classes are designed to give students a thorough overview of the Bible from a Hebraic perspective. The remainder of the courses
may be chosen by the student. Some course offerings may change at the discretion of American Institute administration as new courses become available.
All courses listed as a “research course” 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:

CS103  Introduction to Jewish Roots     …..            3 credits

CS113  Jewish Culture I     …………………                   3 credits

CS123  Jewish Culture II    ……………..                      3 credits

CS133  The Jewishness of Jesus      …………….        3 credits

CS143 Messianic Concepts of the First Century     3 credits

Total                                ………………………………… 129 credits

 (After the five foundation courses, you can choice the other 63 courses, which make up the remaining 114 credit hours completing the bachelor degree)