Academic Classes Offered

Students can earn up to eight credits of lower and/or upper division credit that counts toward the general studies religion requirement. All students must register for RELB 400 Topics: The Holy Land & Its People. This course is especially designed to coincide with the places and peoples we will encounter during our time aboard. Students can also choose to take one additional course from the options listed below. 

RELB 111 - Messages of the Old Testament- 4 hrs (Dybdahl)
RELB 231 - Exploring the New Testament - 4 hrs (Cosaert)
RELB 400 - Topics: The Holy Land and Its Peoples - 4 hrs (Cosaert)
RELB 439 - Luke-Acts - 4 hrs (Dybdahl)

In order to take upper division courses, students must have completed their lower division writing requirements. Please contact Dr. Cosaert, if you have any questions on these courses.

To get the most out of our trip, these classes will require some pre-tour reading or video assignments. This assignments will be made available to student before Spring Break 2013. These assignments will enhance the value of our trip by providing you with necessary background information about the places we will be visiting and their significance for studying the Bible.

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Last update on May 12, 2012