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Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies with Languages (B.A.)

Program Options: Major, Minor, and Dual Degree

The B.A. in Biblical Studies with Languages emphasizes understanding the Bible through a specific focus on the exegesis and interpretation of Scripture. The degree equips students for Christian ministry with the knowledge and skills to rightly handle and teach the Word of God. The Biblical Studies major also provides effective preparation for further study in graduate school or seminary and assists in developing essential skills for studying ancient and religious texts.

Offered through CCU's School of Theology, the Biblical Studies programs at Colorado Christian University equip you for a lifetime of growth in Bible study by giving you the tools and knowledge needed to do accurate exposition of biblical texts.


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The dual degree option allows you to earn your Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies with Languages while completing some of the coursework toward CCU's Master of Arts in Biblical Studies, saving you time and money when you enroll in a graduate program. Learn more about CCU's dual degree programs.


Biblical Studies at CCU

Studying the Bible is relevant no matter what career you pursue. That's why all Colorado Christian University students are required to build a biblical foundation by completing 12 credits of Bible and theology courses from the Biblical Studies program professors. Biblical Studies courses at CCU challenge you to go deeper — to keep asking tough questions until you discover the answers, to keep seeking until your faith becomes your own.

Research Opportunities

CCU students have the opportunity to participate in a multitude of research projects, spanning across several disciplines. Students work closely alongside their faculty mentor for an engaging and challenging research experience. Working with faculty in this capacity allows for maximum student involvement in academic research. Learn more about undergraduate research opportunities.

What can you do with a degree in Biblical Studies?
  • Bible translation
  • Chaplaincy
  • Pastoral ministry
  • Missions
  • Pursue graduate studies in seminary
Interesting Classes You Might Take
  • Acts and Pauline Literature
  • History of Christianity
  • Interpreting the Bible
  • The Synoptic Gospels

Course Catalog


About the School of Theology

The School of Theology is committed to cultivating the minds of students who have godly character and who demonstrate both thoughtfulness and maturity. Our desire is unique among theology schools in Colorado: to come alongside students to offer encouragement, direction, and support as they become a well-founded evangelical scholar. Students participate in rigorous academic programs that offer a variety of viewpoints within Christianity and lead to an intelligent commitment to the gospel.

Scholarship itself is ministry to the church and is for service to the church. It fosters an environment where students learn to respect various Christian perspectives, develop an informed faith commitment, and avoid simplistic answers to complex questions. Through experienced faculty, theology students receive a thorough grounding in the primary sources of their fields, and critically engage with the best scholarship research and study in the 21st century.

  • Financial Aid + Scholarships

    In the 2021-22 academic year, 99% of traditional undergraduate students received some form of financial aid, with over $25 million distributed in scholarships and grants.

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