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Bethel Bible Institute 

No Refunds on Book Orders.

 

SECOND YEAR

 

Tuition: $1,680.00 plus $60.00 application fee (Book Fees/ Graduation Fees ... listed separately)

Prerequisite: Associate of Biblical Studies Degree

Graduation Requirement: VERY IMPORTANT. A 5,000 word thesis / dissertation on "Revelation Commentary" is required for this degree, typed and given to the Institute Dean no later than April 15th. This is mandatory! Without this thesis / dissertation, you will not receive your degree. It will be placed in your folder at the

administrative office.

 

COURSE# / CREDIT HOURS

 

BBS-201 [4]

SYNOPTIC GOSPEL II

(Course Description: detailed account of the final week of Jesus' ministry, as recorded by Matthew, Mark, and Luke)

 

BBS-202 [4]

I and II TIMOTHY and TITUS

(Course Description: chapter by chapter study of the Apostle Paul's pastoral instructions and admonitions)

 

BBS-203 [4]

RUTH and ESTHER

(Course Description: study of historical insight into the times and lifestyles of the Jews, revealing allegorical truths of the relationship of Christ and His Church)

 

BBS-204 [4]

PROVERBS

(Course Description: survey of the entire book of Proverbs, presented both topically and by chapter, taking the believer from pre-salvation, through instruction in righteousness, to full maturity in Christ)

 

BBS-205 [4]

EZRA and NEHEMIAH

(Course Description: devotional chapter by chapter study portraying the restoration of the temple and Jerusalem under the leadership of Ezra and Nehemiah)

 

BBS-206 [2]

ROMANS I

(Course Description: study of the doctrinal foundations of Christian faith, as laid by the Apostle Paul)

 

BBS-207 [2]

ROMANS II

(Course Description: study of the sovereignty of God and practical Christian principles)

 

BBS-208 [3]

GENESIS

(Course Description: chapter by chapter study with spiritual applications for the believer)

 

BBS-209 [2]

EXODUS

(Course Description: study in the account of Israel's exodus from Egypt, giving insight into the types and shadows of Christ's redemptive work)

 

BBS-210 [2]

ISAIAH I

(Course Description: intense study of the book of Isaiah concerning the denunciation of Israel, Judah, and other nations, along with numerous prophecies of the Messiah and the coming Kingdom)

 

BBS-211 [2]

ISAIAH II

(Course Description: continuous study of the book of Isaiah concerning the message of consolation and further prophecies of the coming Messiah)

 

BBS-212 [3]

DANIEL

(Course Description: chapter by chapter study of the book of Daniel, emphasizing important prophecies; study includes chart on Daniel's '70 Weeks')

 

BBS-213 [3]

REVELATION

(Course Description: complete study of the end-times events of human history; study includes descriptive charts)

 

BBS-214 [10]

REVELATION COMMENTARY

(Course Description: a supplemental study into the Book of Revelation followed by a 5,000 word Thesis/Dissertation)

 

BBS-215 [3]

ENTERING INTO THE PROMISED LAND

(Course Description: devotional study introducing the book of Joshua)

BBS-216 [8]

A JOURNEY INTO THE BIBLE: A Supplemental Resource Study for the Bachelor Program

(Course Description: a study into the Bible enhanced by an in-depth workbook)

Refund Policy

Students may change or drop a program at any time during the first week after notification of their acceptance into the Bethel Bible Institute (BBI).  When a program is dropped or withdrawn from and no substitute is taken, a 10% refund will be made, upon request.  No refunds are given for book fees.  A student must notify the BBI in writing of the intention to withdraw or drop a program.  NO refunds on Doctoral Programs.

Student Nondiscrimination Policy

The Bethel Bible Institute (BBI) admits any student of any race, color, national or ethnic origin with all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students of BBI, nor do we discriminate on the bases of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its policies, or other school programs.

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