Major in Biokinetics (B.S.)
HAS120First Aid1
HAS170Applied Nutrition3
HAS247Motor Development and Learning3
HAS250MStatistics and Research Methods in Applied Health Sciences 13
HAS370Functional Human Nutrition3
HAS375Biomechanics3
HAS379Integrative Human Physiology3
HAS393Literature Review in Biokinetics1
HAS399Physiological Assessment3
HAS398Physiological Assessment Laboratory1
HAS445Advanced Laboratory Techniques in Biokinetics3
HAS450Physiology and Interventions in Disabilities and Chronic Disease3
HAS481Internship in Human Kinetics and Applied Health Science3
HAS494Biokinetics Research1
HAS495Biokinetics Symposium1
BIO214
BIO215
Human Anatomy
and Human Anatomy Lab
4
BIO216
BIO217
Human Physiology
and Human Physiology Lab
4
CHE113
113D
General Chemistry I
and General Chemistry I Lab 1
4
PSY100Introduction to Psychology3
Choose one emphasis from the Emphases tab10-12
Total Credits60-62
Major60-62
General Education49-50
Electives (4 credits must be at 300 level or above)13-17
Total Credits122-129
1

This course meets a General Education requirement. 

Students must earn a grade of C or better in each course in the major (HAS, BIO, CHE, PHY, PSY). Courses with grades of C- or lower must be repeated.

Human Bioenergetics

CHE214
CHE215
General Chemistry II
and General Chemistry II Lab
4
Select one of the following sequences: 24
Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Biology
and Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Biology Lab
Introduction to Organismic Biology
and Introduction to Organismic Biology Lab 1
Select one of the following sequences:4
Concepts in Physics
and Concepts in Physics Lab 1
Introductory Physics I
and Introductory Physics I Lab 1
Total Credits12

 Exercise Science

Select one of the following sequences:4
Human Biology
and Human Biology Lab 1
Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Biology
and Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Biology Lab
Introduction to Organismic Biology
and Introduction to Organismic Biology Lab 1
HAS130Personal and Community Health3
HAS440Advanced Training for Human Performance3
Total Credits10
1

A student may also choose to use this course to meet a General Education requirement. 

2

Students interested in pre-physical therapy, pre-physician’s assistant, pre-medicine, and/or other healthcare professional programs should complete the Human Bioenergetics emphasis and take BIO122/BIO122D and PHY202/PHY202D. They should also consult the health professions advisor at Bethel for additional courses that may be required dependent upon the graduate physical therapy program they choose. 

Overview

The Ministry Scholars program is Bethel University's 5-year Bachelor's Degree and Master of Arts in Ministry program that reduces cost and time-to-completion by streamlining undergraduate and graduate education. Graduates receive a Bachelor's degree from Bethel University's College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) and a Master of Arts in Ministry from Bethel Seminary. This program is well suited for a variety of majors who want to become equipped to lead churches, parachurch organizations, and other ministries. It is also a good fit for ministry-minded students who want to pursue bi-vocational ministry or work outside of professional ministry. Students learn from successful ministry leaders and experts in Biblical and Theological Studies, Spiritual and Personal Formation, and Transformational Leadership. This program offers supplemental training resources, cohort-based activities, and mentorship opportunities to prepare ministry-minded students for effective ministry leadership. Students also gain valuable field experience in local churches and ministry settings.

The objectives of the program are that graduates will demonstrate age-appropriate growth and ultimately ministry leadership preparedness in the following domains:

  1. Spiritual life: Students will grow spiritually, deepening their love for, commitment to, and dependence on God, and develop an instinct to trust in God and to connect intimately with God.
  2. Discernment of call: They will clarify and reaffirm their sense of calling to glorify God, to work in Christ’s church and to serve humanity sacrificially.
  3. Emotional maturity: They will become emotionally mature adults, possessing the ability to sense and manage emotions, to see others’ perspectives, to sympathize and empathize, to follow and lead as appropriate and to foster healthy relationships.
  4. Cultural competence: They will become culturally aware, gaining a perspective that all cultures possess strengths and vulnerabilities, an ability to work across cultural lines and an appreciation that diverse teams are stronger teams.
  5. Bible knowledge: They will gain a clear understanding of the Bible’s content and a deep and abiding passion for the truth of the Gospel.
  6. Spiritual wisdom: They will grow in wisdom, possessing a capacity to apply the Bible so that others are inspired by their teaching and preaching to live out biblical truth and experience human flourishing.
  7. Intellectual virtues: They will develop virtues such as critical thinking, respect for data, intellectual humility, and thirst for learning, combined with the skill to interpret and teach the Bible accurately.
  8. Leadership capacity: They will learn to follow leaders and to lead followers—enlisting people, building teams, leading change and achieving results.
  9. Godly character: They will become virtuous people—individuals who love others, speak truth, live humbly, sacrifice their own interests, live justly, express joy and show compassion.

What is Bethel looking for in a Ministry Scholar?

  • Minimum of 3.0 GPA (cumulative college grade point average or unweighted high school GPA if the student has less than one year of college experience), and maintenance of 3.0 minimum GPA throughout the duration of the Ministry Scholars program while enrolled at CAS and Seminary.

  • Able to provide a pastoral or ministry leader reference that speaks to the student’s character and call to ministry.

  • Committed to prioritizing activities and retreats offered for Ministry Scholars, enabling the individual to develop a strong sense of community.

Click here for more information on the Ministry Scholars program at Bethel University