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Bachelor of  Theology

Spiritual Goals

It is the intent of IPU and Seminary that all students:

-Exhibit attitudes and values consistent with the mission of IPU and Seminary;

-Exhibit a maturing relationship with Jesus Christ;

-Appreciate the role of music in personal and corporate worship; and

-Develop a consistent habit of praying for themselves, their associates, and the world.Ÿ   


Academic Goals

It is the intent of IPU and Seminary that all students:

-Exercise college-level competencies in reading, writing, speaking, and researching in Korean & English

-Exercise critical and creative thinking skills that are necessary to analyze ideas and solve problems;

-Exercise ability to exegete the whole Word of God based upon sound knowledge and theology without using the original 

biblical lange;


Emotional-Social Goal

It is the intent of IPU and Seminary that all students develop and exercise personal sensitivities 

and interpersonal skills that facilitate harmonious relationships in culturally diverse environments.


Ministerial Goal

It is the intent of IPU and Seminary that all students be able to articulate Reformed distinctive and exercise 

fundamental ministerial abilities.

This program prepares students for service in the local church as a lay leader. Students are also qualified to pursue graduate programs in 

theology, including the M.Div. and M.A. Upon completion of this program, the student should be able to:

ŸExplain the nature and mission of the church;

Demonstrate how to use relational skills in order to interact, serve, and guide different kinds of people in spiritual matters.


Students receive the  degree when they complete:

A minimum of  98 semester units

1.General education requirements (26 units)

2.Biblical-theological requirements (48 units)

3.Practical education requirements (16 units)

4.Common Electives (8 units)


The last 30 units must be taken at IPU.

A minimum full-time course load is 12 units per semester. A maximum full-time load is 18 units per semester; however, 

students may petition for additional units if their cumulative average is 3.0 or higher.

Official classification is based on the number of units completed toward graduation as follows: 1st-year students 0-29; 

sophomores 30-59; 

juniors 60-89; seniors 90 or more.

The following are the course requirements for the B.A.C.S.