Ancient Languages Minor
Study Ancient Languages at Azusa Pacific University
You’ll enhance your study of the Bible and historical cultures as you learn Greek, classical Greek, Hebrew, Latin, and/or other ancient languages.
Program at a Glance
The School of Theology at Azusa Pacific University trains students for effective ministry in the church and around the world through practical programs in a supportive Christ-centered community.
Gain Hands-on Experience
- Learn the vocabulary, forms, and syntax of ancient languages.
- Read and translate the texts of Old and New Testaments in their original languages.
- Explore how the biblical languages are a window into the cultural world of the Bible.
By the Numbers
God has used Melissa Moore’s ’11 APU experiences, including her biblical studies major, to pursue His calling in unexpected ways.
The ancient languages minor consists of 6 units of elementary language instruction plus any combination of 12 additional units in Greek (Koine or classical), Hebrew, Latin, or other ancient languages. Students may earn a minor in ancient languages with a concentration in either Greek or Hebrew, provided at least 12 units are in the same respective language.
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WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC).
Career Outlooks and Outcomes