General Studies

“Let every man abide in the calling wherein he is called and his work will be as sacred as the work of the ministry. It is not what a man does that determines whether his work is sacred or secular, it is why he does it.”  ― A.W. Tozer

Program Purpose

The general studies bachelor’s program is designed to give flexibility to a student to prepare for his specific educational needs while earning a bachelor’s degree. It gives the student a firm foundation in the core Biblical, general education, and church education requirements of Indiana Baptist College while allowing flexibility through a significant number of electives that the student will plan in conjunction with the Academic Dean.

Program Overview

132 Credit Hours

*Also available as an Associates Degree

Bible and Theology ​

51 Credit Hours

General Education

27 Credit Hours

Church Education

25 Credit Hours

Electives

29 Credit Hours

Primary Instructors

Paul Loder

Wayne Denton

Dan Kemp

Key Courses

Personal Evangelism

CED 101 | 2 Credit Hours

 A training course in personal evangelism with an emphasis on doing, rather than on discussion. The students will be motivated to win souls and be equipped for…

Bible and Science

BIB 105 | 2 Credit Hours

 This study lays the biblical foundation for creation science with an emphasis on the refutation of the theory of evolution. This course shows how true science points to and is…

Biblical Philosophy of Music

MUS 106 | 2 Credit Hours

 This course is designed to assist the student in establishing a biblical perspective of music, both in the personal realm and in church ministries.

Marriage and Family

CED 206 | 2 Credit Hours

  This course is designed to guide the student through the various responsibilities relating to courtship and marriage from a Biblical perspective. Emphasis…

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