About the Subjects
Degree pool courses are taught by intensives or regular classes, which usually consist of 40 hours teaching spread over 1-2 weeks (for intensive) or several months (for regular classes) depending on the preference of the lecturer and Equip.
Each unit requires approximately 106 hours of work to complete. This is approximately 6.5 hours per week spread out over the 16-week semester.
Two Semesters Per Year
- Feb – June
- August – November
Course Fees (Per Unit)
Each of these subjects is worth 3 credit points.
Core Degree Pool Subject
LA004A New Testament Greek A
LA004B New Testament Greek B
LA010 Intermediate Greek
LA001 Introduction to Biblical Hebrew
OT201 Old Testament Foundations
OT202 Old Testament Prophets and Writings
OT2__ OT Exegesis (English) - Options (OT205, OT206, OT207, OT208, OT227)
NT201 Content and Setting of the Gospel Tradition
NT202 The Early New Testament Church
NT210 Luke / John (Greek Text)
NT211 Romans / 1 Corinthians (Greek Text)
NT2__ NT Exegesis (English) - Options (NT207, NT208, NT209, NT221)
BB203 Principles of Hermeneutics
TH210 Doctrine of God and Christ
TH211 The Holy Spirit, Grace, Hope
TH213 Ecclesiology and the means of Grace
CH201 The Church to 1550
CH206 The Church from 1550 to Modern Times
CH202 The Reformation
PC215 Christian Worship
EM201 Missions Perspectives
PC219 Ethics for Ministry
For a list of Degree Pool Electives, click here.
Before being accepted into their course, students will be required to complete a detailed registration form and attend an interview with Equip. They may be required to attend another interview with MBS if so desired by MBS.