Doctor of Philosophy in Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Archaeology

Mission

 

The primary purpose of advanced academic studies leading to the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD): Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Archaeology is to prepare teacher-scholars in the fields of Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Archaeology for colleges, seminaries, and universities around the world.

Program Director and Administrative Assistant

 

 

Randall Younker
Professor of Old Testament and Biblical Archaeology,
Director, PhD in Biblical and Near Eastern Archaeology

Mabel Bowen
Administrative Assistant,
PhD / ThD Programs


 

Description of Program

PhD in Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Archaeology Description and Course Requirements: Andrews University Bulletin

When students apply to the PhD program in Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Archaeology, they select one of the areas of study listed below:

Biblical Archaeology
• Biblical History and Archaeology
• ANE Archaeology
• ANE Languages
• Fieldwork, Method and Theory

Ancient Near Eastern Archaeology and Anthropology
• Anthropology of Ancient Peoples, Ethnography and Ethnoarchaeology
• ANE Languages
• ANE History and Archaeology
• Fieldwork, Method and Theory

Each area of study is to be supplemented with one of the cognate areas listed below.
• Old Testament
• New Testament
• Church History
• Theology and Christian Philosophy
• World Mission
• Biblical Archaeology (if the major emphasis is Ancient Near Eastern Archaeology and Anthropology)
• Anthropology (if the major emphasis is Biblical Archaeology)
• Ancient Near Eastern Languages

 

Recommended Links

 

The Institute of Archaeology
 

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