Bible Enrichment School of Theology

B.E.S.T. Academics


Bible Enrichment School of Theology offers an intensive 18-month curriculum designed primarily for students seeking an Associates in Ministry degree. The Associate of Christian Ministry program is endorsed by Association Teologica Hispana (ATH). Those who graduate can pursue higher education through partners associated with B.E.S.T.

B.E.S.T. has partnered with International Facultad of Theology, bridge degree program that is accredited and endorsed through education institutions. Upon completion, the students will earn their Bachelors in Ministry.


Bible Enrichment School of Theology offers a fixed schedule that allows students to plan work and family time around their studies. Bible Enrichment School of Theology also offers Comprehensive Study Skills counseling to rebuild, strengthen, and equip students who may need additional support with their academic journey.

Level 1

  1. Introduction to Theology: Critical thinking and expectations of Theological studies.
  2. Biblical Interpretation: Introduces the basic exegetical methods and resources used to draw out the deeper contextual meaning of biblical text.
  3. Introduction to the Pentateuch 1: This course is designed to introduce students to the historical and theological interpretations of the first two books of the Pentateuch.
  4. Introduction to the Pentateuch 2: This course is designed to introduce students to the historical and theological interpretations of the last three books of the Pentateuch.
  5. Introduction to Pneumatology: The Holy Spirit, the baptism of the Holy Spirit
  6. Introduction to the Gospels: Study on the Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.
  7. Old Testament Survey: The students will explore the historical contexts of God’s plan and purpose for His people.
  8. New Testament Survey – Pauline Epistles: To gain a greater understanding of the Pauline Epistles.

Level 2

  1. Essential Doctrines: Soteriology, Godhead; Return of Christ
  2. Early Church History: The Evolution of Christianity.
  3. Christian Ethics: The Christian and Biblical View of Morality
  4. Pastoral Care: Understanding the integrity, compassion and confidentiality of your ministry call and functions.
  5. Modern Church History: Development of the Christian Movement from the reformation to Present Day.
  6. Missions and Evangelism: “Go ye therefore, and teach all nations…” (Matt. 28:19, KJV).
  7. Spiritual Disciplines/Formation: Tools to develop a closer relationship with God and become more like Him.
  8. Homiletics: Modern Day Preaching and Scripture Exegesis 101