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Academic Catalog 2014-2015 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Biblical Languages, M.A.


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The Master of Arts (Biblical Languages) (MABL) is to prepare students for further academic study of the Biblical languages and the Biblical text in the original languages. Graduates will be prepared to undertake further academic study in Biblical Studies and Biblical Languages, and to faithfully interpret God’s Word for life and ministry.

Admissions Requirements

Admission to the MABL presupposes undergraduate preparation consisting of an accredited Bachelor of Arts in a complementary field such as Religion or Biblical Studies. Students must have completed 6 hours of New Testament Introduction, 6 hours of Old Testament Introduction, 6 hours of Biblical Greek, Hermeneutics, and 9 hours of Christian Theology in their undergraduate coursework to be admitted into this program. Students who lack any of the necessary foundational coursework, but have the prerequisite degree, may take the appropriate remedial courses at SEBTS. Applicants for this degree program must meet these and all other normal application requirements for admission to Southeastern.

Degree Requirements


Master of Arts in Biblical Languages students must complete 9 semester hours of core studies and 39 semester hours of Biblical Language Requirements for a total of 48 semester hours of credit. Students must maintain an overall GPA of 2.0 or better to be eligible for graduation.

Track Selectives - 12 Hours


12 hours of upper level (6000 and above) language requirements, at least 6 from GRK and 6 from HEB offerings.

Total Hours - 48


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