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Recommended Schedule for High School Students

We recommend that high school students start by taking only one course their first semester and then take two or three courses the following semesters.

One-Year Plan
(29 credits/year)

Fall

  • Bi 105 Old Testament Messages or Bi 109 New Testament Messages (1)
  • En 102 Composition and Rhetoric (3)

Spring

Select 9 credits from the following:

  • Bi 105 Old Testament Messages or Bi 109 New Testament Messages (1)
  • En 102 Composition and Rhetoric (3)
  • Hi 101 History of Civilization (3) or Hi 102 History of Civilization (3)
  • Ma 105 Transcendental Functions (3)

Summer

Select 16 credits from the following:

  • Bi 230 Hermeneutics (2)
  • En 103 Composition and Literature (3)
  • En 200-level elective (3)
  • Ma 103 College Algebra or Ma 105 Transcendental Functions (3)**
  • Mu 225 Appreciation of Music or Ar 225 Appreciation of Art (2)*
  • Ph 200 Themes in Western Thought (3)
  • Ps 201 Educational Psychology (3)***
  • SSE 200 Foundations of Economics (3)

Two-Year Plan
(approx. 15 credits/year)

Year 1

Fall

  • Bi 105 Old Testament Messages or Bi 109 New Testament Messages (1)

Spring

  • Bi 105 Old Testament Messages or Bi 109 New Testament Messages (1)
  • En 102 Composition and Rhetoric (3)

Summer (select 9 credits from the following)

  • Bi 230 Hermeneutics (2)
  • En 103 Composition and Literature (3) or En 200-level elective (3)
  • Ma 103 College Algebra or Ma 105 Transcendental Functions (3)**
  • Ps 201 Educational Psychology (3)***
  • SSE 200 Foundations of Economics (3)

Year 2

Fall (select 6 credits)

  • Hi 101 History of Civilization (3) or Hi 102 History of Civilization (3)
  • Ma 103 College Algebra (3)**
  • Mu 225 Appreciation of Music or Ar 225 Appreciation of Art (2)*
  • Ph 200 Themes in Western Thought (3)

Spring (select 6 credits)

  • Hi 101 History of Civilization (3) or Hi 102 History of Civilization (3)
  • Ma 105 Transcendental Functions (3)**
  • Mu 225 Appreciation of Music or Ar 225 Appreciation of Art (2)*

Summer (select 6 credits from the following)

  • Bi 230 Hermeneutics (2)
  • En 200-level elective (3)
  • Ma 103 College Algebra or Ma 105 Transcendental Functions (3)**
  • Ph 200 Themes in Western Thought (3)
  • Ps 201 Educational Psychology (3)***
  • SSE 200 Foundations of Economics (3)

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Note: Unless noted below, all of the above listed courses are required of all BJU students.

*All BJU students are required to take one of the following courses: Ar 225 Appreciation of Art, Mu 225 Appreciation of Music, or DP 225 Appreciation of Drama.

**All BJU students are required to take one science, mathematics, or computer science elective.

***All BJU students are required to take one psychology or philosophy elective in addition to Ph 200 Themes of Western Thought.

Courses for high school juniors and seniors

Are you interested in taking online classes for college credit? View our list of college courses for high school students. If you would like to take courses in residence, we offer a number of courses on our campus in Greenville, S.C. Contact our Admission office to learn more.

Taking English or math 100-level courses?

High school students interested in taking a 100-level Math or English class (for example, Ma 101, Ma 102, En 102) should send their ACT scores to Admission prior to registering. BJU requires these scores to ensure that each of our students is placed into the appropriate class and given the best opportunity to succeed. If an ACT score is not available, a placement test should be completed. Please contact your admission counselor to schedule a placement test.