BI 101 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
This survey of the Old Testament is designed to give the student an overview while identifying unifying themes born out of God’s relentless pursuit of relationship with man. Attention will be paid to the structure of each book, its main characters, events, and message.
BI 102 NEW TESTAMENT SURVEY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
This survey is designed to give the student an overview of the New Testament as the fulfillment of the Old Testament. Expanded attention is given to the life of Christ as the culmination of God’s redemptive work. In addition, the key doctrinal issues in each book are emphasized along with principles for personal application.
BI 103 BIBLE STUDY METHODS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
This course will serve as a practical introduction to Biblical hermeneutics. Various vital areas that need to be considered in order to obtain an accurate interpretation and personal application of God’s Word will be examined.
CE 104 PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT (2 CREDIT HOURS)
This three-pronged course includes the following: Discovering God’s call using various assessment tools including Gallup’s StrengthsFinder; Dave Ramsey’s personal finance course, Foundations for Life and Money; and Relationships – all tools for life’s journey.
CE 105/106 PRACTICAL MINISTRY (3 CREDIT HOURS PER SEM.)
The program at Nicolet Bible Institute includes an immersion in actual ministry throughout the year, both on and off campus. Please note that these credits are non-transferable.
CE 107 SUMMER MINISTRY INTERNSHIP (3 CREDIT HOURS)
During our busy summer season, students will be journaling their ministry experience, as well as integrating knowledge from the classroom into a practical ministry setting.
TH 104 SPIRITUAL FORMATION (2 CREDIT HOURS)
This course is a study of the Biblical and theological foundations for consistent and healthy spiritual development. Special emphasis is placed on developing personal habits of growth for ministry.
TH 106 PRACTICAL APOLOGETICS (2 CREDIT HOURS)
This course provides students with an overview of classical apologetics. Questions of faith and doubt are covered, including the existence of God, the Bible and how it was transmitted to us, evil and suffering in the world, and the person of Jesus Christ.
PE 107 FIRST AID/CPR/AED (1 CREDIT HOUR)
Students will obtain Red Cross certification in First Aid, CPR, and AED.
TH 201 CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY (3 CREDIT HOURS)
This course provides a basic understanding of Biblical doctrine.
TH 211 THEOLOGY OF MISSIONS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
In this introductory study in the areas of personal evangelism and world missions, students will be informed and challenged through the use of lecture, as well as interactive hands-on experience.
PH 241 CHRISTIAN LIFE AND ETHICS (3 CREDIT HOURS)
This course reviews current events, attitudes, and ethics in an attempt to understand and respond to the world in a manner consistent with the example of Jesus Christ.
SS 101 CHURCH HISTORY (2 CREDIT HOURS) This course is a survey of the history of Christianity from the period immediately following the Book of Acts to the present. Key figures, movements, and developments in Christian doctrine and practice will be emphasized.
TOTAL PROGRAM = 36 credit hours