The faculty of Hyles-Anderson College combine modern teaching methods with old-fashioned, Biblical truths and fundamental Baptist distinctives to produce well-rounded servant leaders. We believe that an educated and trained Christian servant has the tools to make a positive impact on his community and on his world for the cause of Christ.

At Hyles-Anderson College, you will encounter an 8:1 student-teacher ratio, making your professors available to help you reach your personal goals. Your teachers not only are experts in their fields, but they also set a solid Christian example and lead the way both academically and spiritually.

Bachelor of Science Majors

Bachelor of Science Minors

Pastoral Theology* Required Courses:
  • Elementary Greek I & II
  • Systematic Theology II & III
  • Starting a New Testament Church
  • Pastoral Epistles
  • Principles of Church Growth
  • Apologetics
  • Evangelistic Song Leading

  • Pastoral Assistant* Required Courses:
  • Systematic Theology II & III
  • Practical Youth Work
  • The Second Man
  • Philosophy of Education
  • Counseling electives

  • Youth Ministry* Required Courses:
  • Systematic Theology II & III
  • Practical Youth Work
  • Preaching and Teaching to Teenagers
  • Abnormal Adolescent Behavior
  • Abnormal Adolescent Counseling
  • Biblical languages (6 credits)

  • Graphic Design & Media Required Courses:
  • Principles of Drawing
  • Digital Photography
  • Graphic Design I
  • Typography
  • Photoshop
  • Media electives (8 credits)

  • Counseling Required Courses:
  • Marriage Counseling I
  • Marriage Counseling II
  • Introduction to Biblical Counseling
  • Spiritual Warfare
  • Developmental Psychology I
  • Developmental Psychology II
  • Addiction Counseling
  • Counseling Moral Failures
  • Crisis Counseling
  • Methods of Biblical Counseling
  • Contemporary Issues Facing the Biblical Counselor

  • Marriage & Motherhood** Required Courses:
  • Home Decorating
  • Baking
  • Women Used of God
  • Beginning Cooking
  • How to Rear Infants
  • Children's Literature
  • Clothing Design and Construction I & II

  • Secretarial Science** Required Courses:
  • Beginning Keyboarding I & II
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Secretarial Procedures
  • Business Communications
  • Editing and Proofreading
  • Microsoft Office
  • QuickBooks
  • Secretarial Applications
  • Local Church Music Required Courses:
  • Music Theory I & II
  • Choir or Orchestra
  • History of Music II
  • Philosophy of Music
  • Private Study
  • Music in the Soul-Winning Church
  • Choral Directing
  • Music in the Bible

  • Piano Performance Required Courses:
  • Music Theory I & II
  • Philosophy of Music
  • Piano Pedagogy I
  • Advanced Piano Techniques
  • The Art of Accompanying
  • Performance Class
  • Private Study

  • Music Director* Required Courses:
  • Music Theory I
  • Evangelistic Song Leading
  • Music in the Soul-Winning Church
  • Music in the Bible
  • Philosophy of Music
  • Choir or Orchestra
  • Local Church Music Project
  • Music electives (2 credits)

  • Bible Required Courses:
  • Systematic Theology II & III
  • Genesis
  • Romans
  • Daniel & Revelation
  • Paul's Shorter Epistles
  • Hebrews
  • Gospels
  • Old Testament Leaders
  • Bible electives (2 credits)

  • Missions Required Courses:
  • Systematic Theology II & III
  • Introduction to Missions
  • Missionary Deputation
  • Team Missions I
  • Missionary Relationships
  • Problems of the Mission Field
  • Practical Medical Training
  • Missionary Education

  • Education Required Courses:
  • Introduction to Education
  • Educational Psychology
  • Advanced Educational Methods I & II
  • Biological Science Survey I or Physical Science Survey I
  • Great Teaching Methods
  • Education electives (5 credits)
  • American Literature

  • History Required Courses:
  • History of Civilization
  • United States History I
  • Advanced-level history courses (10 credits)
  • Three-Year Program

    Graduate Degrees

    *Programs specifically for men      **Programs specifically for ladies

    For more information, please consult the college catalog.

    You may also contact the Academic Office at 219.365.4031, ext. 1210.

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