The Master of Arts in Archaeology and Biblical Studies is a graduate-level degree offering advanced work in classical archaeological disciplines. The 56-hour degree builds upon 42 hours of prerequisites and includes courses in archaeological methods, fieldwork, the history and backgrounds of the Bible lands, and ancient biblical and cognate languages.
|Spiritual Formation||2 hours|
|Biblical Backgrounds/History||15 hours|
|Biblical/Cognate Languages||6 hours|
Students pursuing the Southwestern MA in Archaeology and Biblical Studies are eligible to complete the following courses:
In addition, Southwestern offers a vibrant research program: The Tel Gezer Excavation Project, a museum, and a seminar room with a growing hands-on artifact study collection.