Faulkner University offices will have a new phone system installed on Sept. 24. The university will be without voicemail until then.

Christian Cultural Heritage

The Bible, biblical principles and Christian faith are the heart of Faulkner University. The development of biblical knowledge and an understanding of the cultural heritage of Christianity are infused into all academic courses and programs. Additionally, Christian Cultural Heritage (BI 4311) is a core course in the biblical curriculum designed to incorporate these goals.

Through the Christian Cultural Heritage curriculum, Faulkner students will complete a minimum of six courses in biblical studies.  Students are encouraged to enroll in additional biblical studies courses to enhance their knowledge and promote spiritual growth.

Lower Level requirements

Biblical Worldview I (BI 1315)
Biblical Worldview II (BI 1316)
Understanding Biblical Literature (BI 2318)
Christian Ethics (BI 2319)

Upper Level requirements

Marriage and Family Relations (BI 3311)
Christian Cultural Heritage (BI 4311)

All traditional undergraduate students at Faulkner, no matter how long their residency, must at least complete BI 1315, BI 1316, BI 2319, and BI 3311.  Traditional undergraduate students who are enrolled at Faulkner for at least 6 semesters are required to complete all six Bible courses.