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If you are looking for a Christian college, you have plenty of options. If you are looking for a Christian college where you can grow in knowledge and faith, your choices become more limited. If you are looking for a Christian college that will fully prepare you to make a lasting impact on the world, Boyce College is the right choice.

A Boyce College education does more than fill the head. It changes the heart. At Boyce College, our students do not just study for

“Our students do not just study for ministry, they do it.”
— James H. Scroggins, Dean
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ministry; they do it. Our students are taught life-changing truths and then they apply them in the real world. In any given week, you can find Boyce College students doing ministry throughout our community and around the world. Our students are making an IMPACT on the church, the world, and the future.

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the church.

Built upon a commitment

to biblical truth and historic, orthodox Christianity, Boyce College is dedicated to the task of preparing ministers. Centered upon a classical biblical and theological program of study, each degree plan was created with an eye toward the relevant issues facing today’s church.

However, our students are not waiting for the future. They are impacting the church today. Many serve in local congregations as pastors, worship leaders, and youth workers. They are putting their classroom work to the test right now and they are making an IMPACT.

“Boyce has prepared me in that it combines the classroom with the field. It combines the classroom with the local church.” — Todd Thomas,
Alumnus, Youngstown, Ohio

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the world.

Dedicated to local and global

evangelism, Boyce College’s mission is to nurture the next generation of Christian leaders who will sow the seeds of the Gospel at home and abroad. Every student is trained in personal evangelism and given a vision for international missions. We want them to develop a great passion for the Great Commission.

Christian education does not end in the classroom. Students at Boyce College put their education to work. In addition to learning about evangelism, our students are doing it. By sharing their faith on extracurricular evangelistic teams and school-sponsored mission trips overseas, Boyce College students are making an IMPACT.

“I know that in my studies and the different classes I’m taking, the Lord will prepare me.” — Jessica Vaughn,
Sophomore, Tuscaloosa, Ala.

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the future.

Whatever your calling,

whatever your ministry, Boyce College readies you to impact the future. Every class, every textbook, and every opportunity to learn is focused on giving your best back to God and making a lasting difference on the world. Boyce’s unique combination of academic training and real world experience will provide a strong foundation for your future ministry.

Unlike other Christian colleges that offer a wide variety of degrees in the liberal arts, our cutting-edge curriculum, ministryfocused degrees, supportive local churches, and experienced faculty will prepare you to face the future. As our world changes and our culture shifts, the church needs a new generation of leaders who are ready to make an IMPACT.

“Boyce has taught me not only in the classroom, but outside the classroom as well.” — Zack Thurman,
Freshman, Tacoa, Ga.

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BIBLICAL AND THEOLOGICAL STUDIES
With an emphasis on the Christian worldview and an eye toward practical application, our programs in Biblical and Theological Studies will prepare you for both seminary and the real world. (A two-year Associate of Arts in Biblical and Theological Studies is also available.)
CP 100 Cooperative Program BIBLICAL AND THEOLOGICAL STUDIES .....................60 BL 101 Old Testament Survey I BL 102 BL 111 BL 151 BL 152 BL 342 HS 201 HS 202 HS 305 LN 231 LN 232 LN 321 LN 322 TH 211 TH 212 TH 311 —— Old Testament Survey II Hermeneutics New Testament Survey I New Testament Survey II History of the Bible Church History I Church History II Baptist History Greek I Greek II Hebrew I Hebrew II Christian Theology I Christian Theology II Christian Theology III Restricted Electives MINORS: To add a 15 hour minor from another degree program: • Remove “Restricted Electives” under Ministry Studies (3 hours) • Remove General Electives (9 hours) • Increase the hours required for the degree from 129 to 132 (3 hours) Requirements for a 15 hour Minor in Theology (to add to other degree programs): a. 15 hours in Bible, theology, philosophy or church history courses (not required in the student’s major). b. At least 6 hours must be in Bible. c. A minimum of 9 hours must be 300-400 level courses. PR 205 PR 206 PW 315 Women enrolled in the B.A. in Biblical Studies may make the following course substitutions: Substitute: SP 105 SP 106 PW 317

COUNSELING
As a Counseling Major, you will study the Bible and you will study people; you will be trained to minister to the mind and the soul.

CP 100

Cooperative Program

MINISTRY STUDIES ............................15 CE 101 Introduction to Christian Education MS 101 MS 105 PR 205 PR 206 SP 105 SP 106 Introduction to Christian Missions Personal Evangelism Preaching I Preaching II Introduction to Public Speaking Advanced Public Speaking

MINORS: To add a 15 hour minor from another degree program: • Remove General Electives (12 hours) • Increase the hours required for the degree from 129 to 132 (3 hours) Requirements for a 15 hour Minor in Counseling (to add to other degree programs): CN 101 CN 125 CN 201 CN 350 CN 415 Introduction to Biblical Counseling Spiritual Life Dynamics Methods of Biblical Counseling Theological Basis of Biblical Couns. Advanced Counseling Issues I

GENERAL STUDIES.............................39 CM 101 Introduction to Computers EN 101 EN 102 HS 105 HU 421 HU 422 MA — PH 111 PH 112 PH 311 PH 321 PS 101 PS 221 YM 451 English Composition I English Composition II Ancient Near Eastern History Great Books Seminar I Great Books Seminar II Math Elective Worldviews I Worldviews II Introduction to Ethics Religion in the Public Square Introduction to Psychology Marriage and the Family Youth and Family Ministry

GENERAL STUDIES.............................33 CM 101 Introduction to Computers EN 101 EN 102 HS 105 HU 421 HU 422 MA — PH 111 PH 112 PH 311 PH 321 English Composition I English Composition II Ancient Near Eastern History Great Books Seminar I Great Books Seminar II Math Elective Worldviews I Worldviews II Introduction to Ethics Religion in the Public Square

Choose two of the following four courses:

Note: Students must choose PR 205 and PR 206, or SP 105 and SP 106 MAJOR STUDIES ................................33 CN 101 Introduction to Biblical Counseling CN 125 CN 201 CN 350 CN 415 CN 416 PS 101 PS 221 YM 331 Spiritual Life Dynamics Methods of Biblical Counseling Theological Basis of Biblical Couns. Advanced Counseling Issues I Advanced Counseling Issues II Introduction to Psychology Marriage and the Family Ministry to Troubled Youth

Choose one of the following two courses:

BIBLICAL AND THEOLOGICAL STUDIES BL 101 BL 102 BL 111 BL 151 BL 152 BL — HS 201 HS 202 HS 305 TH 211 TH 212 TH 311

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Old Testament Survey I Old Testament Survey II Hermeneutics New Testament Survey I New Testament Survey II Old or New Testament Elective Church History I Church History II Baptist History Christian Theology I Christian Theology II Christian Theology III

MINISTRY STUDIES ............................21 CE 101 Introduction to Christian Ed. MS 101 MS 105 PR 205 PR 206 PW 315 —— Introduction to Christian Missions Personal Evangelism Preaching I Preaching II Pastoral Ministry and Leadership Restricted Electives

(Restricted electives: a. Must be Bible, theology, philosophy or church history courses, with a minimum of 6 hours in Bible. b. Bible courses must include at least one OT and one NT elective. c. A minimum of 6 hours must be 300-400 level courses.) GENERAL ELECTIVES ............................9 TOTAL B.A. HOURS ..........................129

FIELD EDUCATION CN 487 CN 488

Practicum I Practicum II

(CN 101, MS 211, MS 221, MU 181, YM 101)

GENERAL ELECTIVES ..........................12 TOTAL B.S. HOURS ..........................129

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LEADERSHIP
Every class you take as a Leadership and Church Ministry Major ensures that your education is both challenging and practical, preparing you to make a difference in the world.

MISSIONS AND EVANGELISM
Complete the Missions, Evangelism and Church Growth Major and you will be ready for a number of ministry opportunities – ministries that will have an eternal impact.

CM 100

Cooperative Program

HS 305 TH 211 TH 212 TH 311

Baptist History Christian Theology I Christian Theology II Christian Theology III

MINORS: To add a 15 hour minor from another degree program: •Remove General Electives (15 hours) Requirements for a 15 hour Minor in Leadership and Church Ministry (to add to other degree programs): CE 251 CE 351 CE 461 CE 214 Principles and Practice of Teaching Educational Psychology Leadership and Administration Childhood Education in the Church Adulthood Education in the Church Restricted Elective

CP 100

Cooperative Program

HS 305 TH 211 TH 212 TH 311

Baptist History Christian Theology I Christian Theology II Christian Theology III

GENERAL ELECTIVES ..........................12 TOTAL B.S. HOURS ..........................129 MINORS: To add a 15 hour minor from another degree program: •Remove General Electives (12 hours) •Increase the hours required for the degree from 129 to 132 (3 hours) Requirements for a 15 hour Minor in Missions, Evangelism and Church Growth (to add to other degree programs): MS 211 MS 221 MS 252 MS 317 MS 351 Introduction to Church Planting Introduction to Evangelism and Church Growth Cross-Cultural Missions and Evangelism Spiritual Warfare in Missions and Evangelism Evangelism to the Cults & World Religions

GENERAL STUDIES.............................39 CM 101 Introduction to Computers EN 101 EN 102 HS 105 HU 421 HU 422 MA — PH 111 PH 112 PH 311 PH 321 PS 101 PS 221 YM 451 English Composition I English Composition II Ancient Near Eastern History Great Books Seminar I Great Books Seminar II Math Elective Worldviews I Worldviews II Introduction to Ethics Religion in the Public Square Introduction to Psychology Marriage and the Family Youth and Family Ministry

GENERAL STUDIES.............................39 CM 101 Introduction to Computers EN 101 EN 102 HS 105 HU 421 HU 422 MA — PH 111 PH 112 PH 311 PH 321 PS 101 PS 221 YM 451 English Composition I English Composition II Ancient Near Eastern History Great Books Seminar I Great Books Seminar II Math Elective Worldviews I Worldviews II Introduction to Ethics Religion in the Public Square Introduction to Psychology Marriage and the Family Youth and Family Ministry

MINISTRY STUDIES ..............................9 MS 101 Introduction to Christian Missions MS 105 PR 205 SP 105 Personal Evangelism Preaching I Introduction to Public Speaking Choose one of the following two courses:

MINISTRY STUDIES ..............................9 CE 101 Introduction to Christian Education PR 205 PR 206 Preaching I Preaching II

Choose one of the following two courses: CE 218 —

MAJOR STUDIES ................................30 CE 101 Introduction to Christian Edu. CE 214 CE 218 CE 251 CE 311 CE 351 CE 412 CE 461 YM 101 — Childhood Edu. in the Church Adult Education in the Church Principles and Practice of Teaching History of Christian Education Educational Psychology Philosophy of Christian Education Leadership and Administration Principles of Youth Ministry Restricted Elective

Note: Women enrolling in the Missions, Evangelism and Church Growth major may substitute SP 105 and SP 106 for PR 205 and PR 206. MAJOR STUDIES ................................33 MS 101 Introduction to Christian Missions MS 105 MS 211 MS 221 MS 252 MS 317 MS 351 MS 357 MS 411 MS 451 MS 489 Personal Evangelism Introduction to Church Planting Intro. to Evangelism and Church Growth Cross-Cultural Missions and Evangelism Spiritual Warfare in Missions and Evangelism Evangelism to the Cults and World Religions Evangelism to the City Advanced Issues in Evangelism and Church Growth Advanced Issues in Missions Missions Internship

Choose one of the following two courses:

(Leadership and Church Ministry, Counseling, Evangelism, Missions, Youth)

Choose one of the following two courses:

BIBLICAL AND THEOLOGICAL STUDIES .....................36 BL 101 Old Testament Survey I BL 102 BL 111 BL 151 BL 152 BL — HS 201 HS 202 Old Testament Survey II Hermeneutics New Testament Survey I New Testament Survey II Old or New Testament Elective Church History I Church History II

BIBLICAL AND THEOLOGICAL STUDIES .....................36 BL 101 Old Testament Survey I BL 102 BL 111 BL 151 BL 152 BL — HS 201 HS 202 Old Testament Survey II Hermeneutics New Testament Survey I New Testament Survey II Old or New Testament Elective Church History I Church History II

(Leadership and Church Ministry, Counseling, Evangelism, Missions, Youth) GENERAL ELECTIVES ..........................15 TOTAL B.S. HOURS ..........................129

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MUSIC
Focusing on the importance of worship in the life of the believer, our Music Major program will prepare you for music ministry, both artistically and spiritually.

YOUTH MINISTRY
Whether you have been called to campus ministry, traditional youth work, or the mission field, the Youth Ministry Major will give you a strong biblical foundation and real world experience.

CP 100

Cooperative Program

HS 305 TH 211 TH 212 TH 311

Baptist History Christian Theology I Christian Theology II Christian Theology III

GENERAL STUDIES.............................39 CM 101 Introduction to Computers EN 101 EN 102 HS 105 HU 421 HU 422 MA — PH 111 PH 112 PH 311 PH 321 PS 101 PS 221 YM 451 English Composition I English Composition II Ancient Near Eastern History Great Books Seminar I Great Books Seminar II Math Elective Worldviews I Worldviews II Introduction to Ethics Religion in the Public Square Introduction to Psychology Marriage and the Family Youth and Family Ministry

APPLIED MAJOR (8 SEMESTERS) .........8 (main area of private study: voice, piano, guitar, other) APPLIED MINOR (4 SEMESTERS) .........4 (secondary ares of private study: piano for Applied Major Voice or Instrumental students; voice for Applied Major Piano students) FIELD EDUCATION (SUPERVISED MUSIC MINISTRY EXPERIENCE) MU 141 MU 142 MU 241 MU 242 MU 341 MU 342 MU 441 MU 442 Survey of Music Ministry I Survey of Music Ministry II Children’s Music Ministry I Children’s Music Ministry II Youth Music Ministry I Youth Music Ministry II Worship Leadership Ministry I Worship Leadership Ministry II

CP 100

Cooperative Program

TH 311

Christian Theology III

YM 288 YM 387 YM 388 YM 489

Small Groups II Outreach I Outreach II Youth Ministry Internship

GENERAL STUDIES.............................36 CM 101 Introduction to Computers EN 101 EN 102 HS 105 HU 421 HU 422 MA — PH 111 PH 112 PH 311 PH 321 PS 101 English Composition I English Composition II Ancient Near Eastern History Great Books Seminar I Great Books Seminar II Math Elective Worldviews I Worldviews II Introduction to Ethics Religion in the Public Square Introduction to Psychology

MINISTRY STUDIES ............................12 CE 101 Introduction to Christian Education MS 101 MS 105 PR 205 SP 105 Introduction to Christian Missions Personal Evangelism Preaching I Introduction to Public Speaking

MINISTRY STUDIES ............................12 CE 101 Introduction to Christian Education MS 101 MS 105 PR 205 SP 105 Introduction to Christian Missions Personal Evangelism Preaching I Introduction to Public Speaking

Choose one of the following two courses:

GENERAL ELECTIVES ............................9 TOTAL B.S. HOURS ..........................129 MINORS: To add a 15 hour minor from another degree program: •Remove General Electives (9 hours) •Increase the hours required for the degree from 129 to 135 (6 hours) Requirements for a 15 hour Minor in Youth Ministry (to add to other degree programs): YM 101 YM 103 YM 347 YM 350 YM 331 YM 451 Principles of Youth Ministry Programs in Youth Ministry Discipleship in Youth Ministry Campus Outreach Ministry to Troubled Youth Youth and Family Ministry

Choose one of the following two courses:

MAJOR STUDIES ................................36 YM 101 Principles of Youth Ministry YM 103 YM 203 YM 223 YM 331 YM 347 YM 350 YM 403 YM 448 YM 451 Programs in Youth Ministry Foundations of Youth Ministry Contemp. Communication to Adolescents Ministry to Troubled Youth Discipleship in Youth Ministry Campus Outreach Professional Orientation to Youth Ministry Contemporary Youth Missions Youth and Family Ministry

MAJOR STUDIES ................................46 MU 101 Musicianship I MU 102 MU 181 MU 201 MU 251 MU 252 MU 361 MU 381 MU 492 Musicianship II Introduction to Worship for the Evangelical Church Musicianship III Historical Survey of Church Music I Historical Survey of Church Music II Beginning Conducting Music Ministry in the Church Contemporary Worship Leadership

Choose one of the following two courses:

BIBLICAL AND THEOLOGICAL STUDIES .....................36 BL 101 Old Testament Survey I BL 102 BL 111 BL 151 BL 152 BL — HS 201 HS 202 HS 305 TH 211 TH 212 Old Testament Survey II Hermeneutics New Testament Survey I New Testament Survey II Old or New Testament Elective Church History I Church History II Baptist History Christian Theology I Christian Theology II

BIBLICAL AND THEOLOGICAL STUDIES .....................36 BL 101 Old Testament Survey I BL 102 BL 111 BL 151 BL 152 BL — HS 201 HS 202 Old Testament Survey II Hermeneutics New Testament Survey I New Testament Survey II Old or New Testament Elective Church History I Church History II

GENERAL ELECTIVES ............................0 TOTAL B.S. HOURS ..........................133 See our Academic Catalog for more information on this degree program, including our two Minors offered: a Music Minor and a Worship Minor.

Choose one of the following two courses:

ENSEMBLES (6 SEMESTERS) ................6 MU 150 Boyce Chorale MU 160 --- -Boyce Chapel Ensemble Elective ensembles

FIELD EDUCATION (SUPERVISED YOUTH MINISTRY EXPERIENCE) YM 187 Survey I YM 188 YM 287 Survey II Small Groups I

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STUDENT LIFE
As important as classroom studies are, that is not all that there is to college life. Spiritual growth, relationships, and your health are important too. That is where Student Life comes in. Student Life can mean a lot of different things to different people. For the single student, it might mean the opportunity to get together with other students. For the married student, it’s a chance to spend some time with family and friends. For the Boyce family, it is a time for worship, discipleship, and fellowship. Worship. Worship and the preaching of God’s Word are vital components of campus life. The students and faculty of Boyce College regularly come together for chapel. Featured during these services are some of the best-known scholars and preachers from across the country and around the world. Also, on-campus students meet weekly for a time of student-led worship in the dorms. Discipleship. In addition to your classroom education, plenty of opportunities exist for furthering your spiritual education. Our students can be found in mentoring relationships, accountability groups or simply studying the Bible together. Plus, for our female students and our students’ wives, we offer a host of additional ministries just for women. Fellowship. Whether it is a schoolwide picnic, intramural sports, involvement in our local churches, or just a group of students sitting around discussing the attributes of God, many opportunities exist for students and their families to fellowship with one another, to share in the college experience or just relax.

PRACTICAL MATTERS
As if choosing the right school is not hard enough, you have to figure out how you are going to pay for it and where you are going to live. At Boyce College, that is not as hard as it seems. Financial Aid. Thanks to thousands of faithful Southern Baptist churches that support the Cooperative Program, our tuition is very affordable. Plus, financial aid is available for students who qualify. There is a deferred payment plan available for students who want to spread the cost of their education throughout the semester. Please note, Boyce College does not participate in government loan or grant programs.
FEES 9 hours @ $210 $1,890.00 3 hours @ $180 540.00 Student Life Fee 25.00 Student Enrollment Fee 150.00 Double Occupancy with A/C 860.00 TOTAL for Fall Semester $3,465.00 With Financial Aid Tuition & Fees $3,465.00 Church help –200.00 F.A.C.T.S Total Payment Due $3,265.00 F .A.C.T.S. Down Payment (1/4 balance due) -816.25

MONTHLY DRAFTS September payment $816.25 F .A.C.T.S Fee 25.00 October payment November payment 816.25 816.25

TOTAL due

$3,265.00

BALANCE

$2,448.75
This is just a sample.

Housing. Many housing options exist on- and offcampus. Younger single male students live in the Carver Building. Younger single women live in Mullins Hall. All other students, married or single, have the option of living on- or off-campus. Here is some good news: Housing costs in Louisville are very reasonable and are comparable with most other medium-size cities. Louisville. Year after year, Louisville is ranked among the best places to live in America – and for good reason. Centrally located, Louisville is within a day’s drive of over half of the United States. When you take into consideration Louisville’s museums, the zoo, college and professional sports teams, and more parks per capita than any other city in the country, Louisville is a great place to live.

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ADMISSIONS
We can help. You have read every word in this book— twice. You have studied every picture on every page. You have prayed over your decision. Now you are ready to apply. The process can seem daunting, but our Admissions Office is here to serve you. We can answer your questions. We can help you understand God’s call on your life. Feel free to contact us any time at 1-800-626-5525, ext. 4617, or e-mail us at admissions@sbts.edu. Come see for yourself. It should be obvious by now that we think Boyce College is a great place. But you do not have to take our word for it. Come see for yourself. Twice per year during our Boyce College Preview Weekends in October and April, we offer an exciting opportunity for prospective students and their families to experience Boyce College and visit the historic campus of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. For a nominal fee, you will be treated to two nights’ lodging, meals, tours of the campus, meetings with professors, and, more importantly, you will be able to meet our students. You will hear what God is doing in their lives and how they are making an IMPACT for Christ. If you are unable to attend one of these events, we will gladly arrange another visit for you at a more convenient time. We treat prospective students to lunch and a tour Monday through Friday, throughout the year. For more information about Boyce College Preview Weekends or to schedule your campus visit, please call 1-800-626-5525, ext. 4617, or visit our website: www.BoyceCollege.com. Application Deadlines Fall Semester July 15 January Term December 1 Spring Semester December 1 Summer Term May 15

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