The online Master of Arts (Biblical and Theological Studies): Logos E-Track is an academic degree program designed for persons who intend to pursue further graduate religious studies in biblical exegesis and theology or who desire to broaden and deepen their knowledge in these areas. Students are first grounded in the fundamental principles of Inductive Bible Study. Special emphasis will be placed on a methodical approach to biblical study. Using the Logos interface and studying various biblical texts, students hone their skills in the principles of observation, interpretation, and application.
Building on the foundation of E-Inductive Bible Study, students then focus their attention on the biblical languages. Students will spend two semesters in Greek and Hebrew and will learn the meaning of Hebrew and Greek grammar, a responsible method for word studies, understand how to evaluate commentaries referencing the languages, and finally apply their observations in a lesson or sermon.
Dr. Scott Manor-Program Director Introduction
A bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution or the educational equivalent is required.
The online Master of Arts (Biblical and Theological Studies): Logos E-Track requires completion of a total of 60 credit hours and a comprehensive examination. To graduate, a student must earn at least a grade of C- (1.7) in each course and have a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale).
Upon successful completion, the student is awarded the Master of Arts (Biblical and Theological Studies) degree.
A graduate of the MA (Biblical and Theological Studies) program at Knox will
• Effectively communicate Christ and His gospel throughout the entirety of Scripture.
• Be increasingly transformed by the gospel and grow in desire and competence for sharing that gospel with others.
• Articulate the centrality of the gospel for every aspect of Christian life and ministry.
• Thoughtfully exegete their culture and understand the Christian’s responsibility to participate in God’s work of making all things new.
• Faithfully work with the original languages of the Scriptures for theological and pastoral work.
TOTAL PROGRAM HOURS60 Hours
New Testament Studies6 Hours / Credits:
Old Testament Studies 6 Hours / Credits:
Systematic Theology Studies 9 Hours / Credits:
Church History Studies 6 Hours / Credits:
Ethics and Apologetics 6 Hours / Credits:
Hermeneutics Studies3 Hours / Credits:
Biblical Theology Studies 3 Hours / Credits:
Missions and Evangelism 3 Hours / Credits:
Logos E-Track 9 Hours / Credits:
ELECTIVES9 Hours / Credits