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Course Descriptions
  Biblical Studies (BS)
  Christian Counseling (CC)
  Christian Education (CE)
  Church History (CH)
  Christian Leadership (CL)
  Church Music (CM)
  Capstone (CP)
  Digital Content (DC)
  English (EN)
  Ethics (ET)
  Evangelism (EV)
  Field Practicum (FP)
  General Education (GE)
  Mission (MI)
  New Testament (NT)
  Old Testament (OT)
  Philosophy (PH)
  Preaching (PR)
  Pastoral Theology (PT)
  Research Seminar (RS)
  Theology (TH)
BIBLICAL STUDIES (BS)   top

BS 301 Interpretation of the Bible (3)
This course is an introduction to the nature of the Bible, a survey of historical and contemporary hermeneutical approaches; and the principles of grammatical, historical, theological and practical study-application.

BS 801 Biblical Studies (3)
This course is designed to improve one’s ability to interpret the Bible through exegesis. This includes the Old Testament and the New Testament.

CHRISTIAN COUNSELING (CC)   top

CC 201 Introduction to Christian Counseling (3)
This course is a study of the principles and techniques of counseling with attention given to various situations to encourage church members.

CC 501 Survey of Christian Counseling (3)
An introduction is made to the distinctive ministry of Christian counseling. Theories and techniques, which are necessary for pre-counseling and counseling are applied to church staff relationships and to many other areas of interpersonal ministry.

CC 503 Psycho Pathology (3)
This course surveys historical and modern methods of studying abnormal behavior. It includes a study of etiology and methods of diagnosis to treatment and prevention. The student demonstrates understanding of psychopathology by being able to list major classifications of abnormal behavior and describes their etiology, methods of diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.

CC 505 Counseling and Personality Psychology (3)
This course surveys classical and basic counseling theories and the major theories of personality. The course covers basic information on theories of counseling and personality.

CC 525 Basic Skills in Counseling (3)
The course provides students with the helping process and the use of these basic skills based on cultural, philosophical, and theological perspectives. The purpose of this course is to teach basic counseling skills which means learning how to use dialogic skills within theological worldview.

CC 526 Counselor Professional Identity, Function, and Ethics (3)
Ethical standards of the major professional counseling associations are considered, including AAMFT, ACA, and APA. This course is about professional ethics. It is intended to contribute to the development of a professional attitude and identity for the student who is preparing for a counseling field. This course serves as a capstone course designed to evaluate the student's readiness as a counselor by synthesizing and assessing the cognitive, affective, spiritual, behavioral, and professional development, skills, and knowledge learned by the student from his or her entire counseling program experience.

CC 527 Group Counseling (3)
This course includes a study of group development, processes of interaction and effects of group membership. Students will study group counseling and gain an understanding of the dynamics underlying groups. The students will relate the knowledge gained to various groups in which they participate and work in the community.

CC 530 Human Growth and Development (3)
This course allows the student to learn more about how to understand people in various stages of their life span. Students will study the spiritual, emotional, social, physical, and mental development of persons in the life span.

CC 627 Counseling Practicum (3)**
This course is required for state licensure. This course provides students with Practicum experience to continue to develop counseling skills in working with an individual, couples and families, and group. Students will integrate counseling approaches and techniques learned through coursework into their clinical work.

CC 802 Present Issues in Pastoral Counseling (3)
A study of the methods of pastoral counseling with individuals, couples, families, and groups with guided clinical reading case studies, and in-depth discussions of personality theories and theories of pastoral psychotherapy.

CHRISTIAN EDUCATION (CE)   top

CE 301 Introduction to Christian Education (3)
This course is an introductory study of the historical and philosophical principles of Christian education in accordance with today's church program.

CE 303 Christian Education for Youth (3)
Students are given a practical knowledge of the material and programs to meet the needs of Christian education for the youth/teenagers.

CE 304 Christian Education for Children (3)
A survey is made of Christian education ministries in the local church for children from birth through eleven years old. Characteristics and needs of children are examined.

CE 305 Sunday School Ministry (3)
A study is made of the Sunday school with particular emphasis on its place in the church’s contemporary ministry of Bible study outreach.

CE 407 Introduction to Principles of Teaching (3)
This course is designed to study the educational techniques for dealing with barriers to learning.

CE 408 History of Christian Education (3)
The educational philosophy, principles and practices of the teaching agencies and selected personalities of the Old and New Testament will be studied.

CE 416 Educational Administration and Management (3)
This is an introductory course to the why, what and how of educational administration and management in the light of Christian education.

CE 425 Computer Applications in Education (3)
This course will cover to make web educational contents and multimedia authoring tools. Student will learn what they can do in their operation system and how to make educational web contents. They also will learn HTML5 to develop web pages. Some multimedia authoring tools such as Window Movie Maker and Photoshop will be covered to edit multimedia data.

CE 501 Survey of Christian Education (3)
The purpose of this course is to provide an introduction to Christian education ministries. Students will consider the evangelical foundation of Christian education ministry with an understanding of theology, philosophy, and history of Christian education; will identify distinctive principles and practices for teaching and developing programs in the local church; and will lead and implement the total discipleship ministry of the local church.

CE 502 Preschool/Childhood Christian Education (3)
This course is an advanced study of the church’s educational program for children, birth to 11 years old. Spiritual, physical, psychological and educational maturation principles will be examined. Aims, methods, materials, evaluation, and programs of ministry to children will be studied.

CE 504 Adolescent Christian Education (3)
This course is an advanced study of the church’s educational program for youth 12-17 years old. Spiritual, physical, psychological, and educational maturation will be examined. Aims, methods, materials, evaluation, and programs of ministry for youth will be studied.

CE 506 Adult Christian Education (3)
The unique characteristics of the stages of young, middle and senior adults will be studied in the context of implications for adult religious programming. Emphasis is given to special categories of adults such as married, single, and widowed. Objectives, methodologies, administration and emotional concerns will be considered.

CE 603 History and Philosophy of Christian Education (3)
This course is a study of the historical development of educational thought and practice in the church with emphasis on the emerging and contemporary educational philosophies.

CE 605 Theology of Christian Education (3)
This course is a study of how to develop a theology of Christian education which can be used in implementing a program of Christian education in the local church.

CE 610 Teaching Methodology (3)
This course is designed to offer detailed examination of methods for teaching from a dynamic biblical viewpoint. The purpose of the course is to study how to teach different age students, including adults, youth, children and preschoolers.

CE 803 Present Issues in Christian Education (3)
This course is a study of some contemporary issues in Christian education, including Biblical, theological, philosophical, historical, sociological, psychological, and curricular issues.

CHURCH HISTORY (CH)   top

CH 201 Introduction Church History (3)
A general historical survey of the church from its inception through the twentieth century.

CH 506 History of the Christian Church (3)
This course covers the development of Christianity from the first century to the present, including the patristic period, the middle ages, the Protestant Reformation, the rise of denominations and the rise of secularism with the “Enlightenment” bringing revivals and missionary expansion.

CH 623 History of Christian Doctrines (3)
A survey will be made of the history of Christian doctrines with an emphasis on understanding contemporary doctrinal problems.

CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP (CL)   top

CL 305 Discipleshipe Training (3)
This is a course dealing with what it means to live the discipled life under the Lordship of Christ. Special attention is given to developing a personal devotional life.

CL 312 Spiritual Christian Leadership (3)
This course explores how to formulate objectives, goals, and standards following the examples of spiritual leadership in the Bible. The Biblical foundation of spiritual leadership will be emphasized including social responsibilities of believers. The student will gain experience in recognizing Biblical qualities in the lives of people committed to furthering the coming of the Kingdom of God.

CL 502 Survey of Christian Leadership (3)
An analysis of the tasks, styles and models of leadership, giving special. Emphasis to the biblical guidelines and church context of Christian leadership.

CL 511 Motivation, Teams, Coaching & Mentoring (3)
Explores the psychological contract between leader and follower that takes many forms between two people or between the leader and small groups.. Students study organizational behavior and explore how these concepts affect leadership effectiveness.

CL 512 Foundation of Leadership (3)
Provides a foundational understanding of leadership from the wisdom literature and from contemporary theory. Students examine leadership as a contingent/context-specific application and solve organizational problems that have leader-follower interaction as a cause. Students develop a leadership development plan for themselves and establish accountability measures.

CL 513 Christian Worldviews (3)
This course provides an introduction to worldviews, with a special emphasis on developing a worldview as informed by Scripture. Attention will be paid to some of the ways in which a Christian worldview affects one’s approach to some of the main academic disciplines. Students will be encouraged to develop their own Christian worldview as the basis for both their current academic studies and their future involvement in ministry or the various marketplaces of life.

CL 514 Biblical Leadership (3)
A course to help participants build a theological, theoretical, and practical foundation for becoming effective leaders within an organization. Motivational theory and its application to individual and group productivity is explored. The course will enable the student to evaluate and develop a leadership style.

CL 515 Organizational Development (3)
Provides an understanding of organizational structure and organizational life-cycle development. Students learn the role of the leader as an organizational architect. The course examines the role of the Organizational Development specialist and how leaders intervene in their own organizations.

CL 516 Organizational Researches, Analysis, & Problem Solving (3)
Explores qualitative and quantitative research methods and data analysis that leaders and consultants use in organizations with particular attention to interview and observation. Students will conduct limited amounts of quantitative research and use spreadsheet tools rather than statistical software packages for analysis.

CL 517 Organizational Communication
Examines organizational communication including small group, formal and informal communication, as well as the relationship of communication to organizational satisfaction and effectiveness. Students study how communication defers in leader-member exchange and mass-communication of charismatic leader/large group interaction.

CL 518 Strategic Thinking, Planning, & Organizational Change (3)
This course compares and contrasts strategic thinking with strategic planning and presents the value of both. Students study the leader's role in organizational change?creating and preventing change as well as determining the organization's readiness for change.

CL 519 Leadership, Technology, Job Design, Socio-technical Systems & Innovation (3)
Presents technology as the study of tools and methods and explores how leaders help followers interact with tools and methods to accomplish the organization's objectives. This includes job design, human-computer interaction, understanding how new technology should cause current tools and methods to change. The course also presents the organizational culture challenges that occur when technology begins to run the organization.

CL 519 Leadership, Technology, Job Design, Socio-technical Systems & Innovation (3)
Presents technology as the study of tools and methods and explores how leaders help followers interact with tools and methods to accomplish the organization's objectives. This includes job design, human-computer interaction, understanding how new technology should cause current tools and methods to change. The course also presents the organizational culture challenges that occur when technology begins to run the organization.

CL 521 Human Development (3)
Introduction to adult development and aging. Basic concepts, principles, and issues of development across the adult years.

CL 531 Ministries/Pastoral Leadership Development (3)
This course will challenge the learner with the lifelong necessity to integrate theological theory with the experience of ministry and mission. The course focuses on the role of the pastoral leader around the skills, ethics, and tactics of care for persons, administration of congregations, and communication of the gospel in the multicultural situation.

CL 807 Transformational Christian Leadership
This course focuses on transformation leadership from the biblical perspective. It helps to understand how the lives of people could be committed to be ready for the coming of the Kingdom of God.

CL 812 Study of Global Organization (3)
This course focuses on the structure, functioning, and performance of organizations from the biblical perspective. It covers creativity, innovation, organizational changes within organizations in various cultures.

CL 813 Motivations, Teams, Coaching, and Mentoring (3)
This course covers an analysis of individual and organizational factors affecting employee motivation, performance and satisfaction in the work environment. Topics include the role of leadership, team building, mentoring, goal-setting techniques and group influences.

CL 814 Spiritual Leadership (3)
This course recognizes biblical qualities in the lives of people committed to furthering the coming of the Kingdom of God.

CHURCH MUSIC (CM)   top

CM 311 Introduction to Music Ministry (3)
This course is designed to introduce music ministry by dealing with biblical and pastoral foundation for the process in the area of music in worship such as the characteristics of hymn, the leadership of the congregational singing and choir.

CM 533 Church Music Ministry(3)
This course is to encourage students toward experiencing essential elements for thoughtful music ministry. It will approach such elements through theological and pastoral considerations for music ministry in local churches.

CAPSTONE (CP)   top

CP 490 Capstone
The capstone course is designed as a final semester summative course for students to exhibit how their educational experience may positively influence their career. Details will be described in the Capstone syllabus. The Capstone will have three sections: 1) a research project agreed upon with their academic advisors prior to the final semester 2) a comprehensive examination and 3) participation in the graduation seminars.

CP 650 Capstone
The capstone course is designed as a final semester summative course for students to exhibit how their educational experience may positively influence their career. Details will be described in the Capstone syllabus. The Capstone will have three sections: 1) a research project agreed upon with their academic advisors prior to the final semester 2) a comprehensive examination 3) participation in the graduation seminars.

CP 832 Capstone
The capstone course is designed as a final semester summative course for students to exhibit how their educational experience may positively influence their career. Details will be described in the Capstone syllabus. The Capstone will have three sections: 1) a research project agreed upon with their academic advisors prior to the final semester 2) a comprehensive examination 3) participation in the graduation seminars.

DIGITAL CONTENT (DC)   top

DC 811 Media Teaching Methodologies
The course is suggesting various instructional design methods for education about media use. Also it introduces learning methods that strengthen the learners' communication skills and media-related capabilities and provides media teachers in the field with class guidelines, creating specific teaching plans. In addition, programs and curricula for training new media teachers who will be in charge of the future media education are to be discussed and the classes are to deal with what subjects are related to media education and how the subjects are related to media education teaching methods.

DC 812 Content Design
The original meaning of content was the content, table of contents, or gist of documents, addresses, etc. But as information and communication technologies progressed, the word came to be widely used as a generic term for digital information provided through various wired and wireless communications networks or such contents. Notably, it can be said that in these days, at the beginning of the social media phase, creating various contents through blogs, online forums, podcasts, Wiki, Twitter, etc. can also be referred to as content design. The content design classes deal with how to move Harvard, a social network website, Facebook, a global website, Twitter, which sends “word of mouth”type messages to millions of people with the click of a mouse, YouTube, which creates sensations through videos, and podcasts, where you can see and hold anytime, anywhere.

DC 813 Communication Theory
Communication is human interaction among themselves - they convey to each other their intentions, emotions, and thoughts. It is done by means of gestures, facial expressions, sounds, etc. conveyed through vision and hearing, in addition to language and characters. "The conveying of intentions" and "interaction" came to be used as its refined words. But as the new media era progresses, media contents are conveying all these things, even human emotions. The students come to study how to communicate with others through such contents.

DC 814 After Effects
After Effects composes files of general pictures and videos by using a layered system arranged on time lines. Each layer can independently control properties (e.g. position, transparency) and can apply effects. It is also called "the Photoshop of video"; the classes deal with modification and composition of videos in the similar way that Photoshop is used for pictures.

DC 815 Shade 3D
Shade is a program for creating 3D text images. The files made by the program can be composed through Photoshop or video edition. The classes deal with how to use already-made 3D files, to modify the files through a program made, and to create creative 3D pictures.

DC 816 3D Max
With the program, you can create polygon shapes. It is used for architecture simulation or interior simulation. With it, it is possible to create a simulation where you can experience the real world in the virtual world through avatars.

DC 817 3D Printer
Now is the transition period from 2D printer to 3D printer. An era will come when 3D printers can create all things. That era will be a time that needs those who can operate 3D printers, not technicians. The classes deal with various aspects, from the concept of 3D printer to program operation and creation.

DC 818 AI
This is a field of computer engineering and information technology where research on methods of making thinking, learning, and self-development done by computers - such activities that can be done by human intelligence - is performed. AI refers to making computers imitate human beings' intelligent behaviors.
It does not exist by itself, but is widely connected with other fields of computer science directly and indirectly. Notably, in modern times attempts to adopt and use AI elements for solving problems of several fields of information technology are being made very actively. The classes are to deal with the relevant concepts.

DC 819 VR
VR is the abbreviation for virtual reality. The technology creates through graphics, etc. non-real environments that are similar to the real world. Literally, it allows you to experience the fake world. The person who experiences VR comes to feel as if he/she is interacting with the real situation; and as the technology progresses, more realistic fake worlds can be created. By doing so, the classes deal with creation of contents that can realize functions making the user become immersed in the fake world, by reproducing the real world as it is.

ENGLISH (EN)   top

EN 101 English Reading Skills (3)
This course is designed to prepare students to succeed in academic courses delivered in English. Emphasis is placed on reading skills and vocabulary acquisition. Students participate in pre-reading discussions and exercises, speed-reading activities, skimming, scanning, analyzing the main ideas, and understanding inferences.

ETHICS (ET)   top

ET 606 Biblical Ethics (3)
This course is a study of biblical ethics and their relevance to contemporary ethical issues.

EVANGELISM (EV)   top

EV 201 Introduction to Evangelism (3)
This course studies the church’s primary task of evangelism with a theological emphasis and a focus on the principles of proclamation.

EV 520 Personal Evangelism and Discipleship Training (3)
This course explores the theological base for evangelism and how to use the Scriptures in leading people to Christ. Principles for spiritual growth will explain how new believers can grow to maturity in their faith, and then be able to evangelize and to disciple others.

FIELD PRACTICUM (FP)   top

FP 201 Field Practicum I (1)
This field practicum is required for all undergraduate students. The student, under the supervision of an experienced advisor, will be assigned responsibilities.

FP 202 Field Practicum II (1)
This field practicum is required for all undergraduate students. The student, under the supervision of an experienced advisor, will be assigned responsibilities.

FP 301 Field Practicum III (1)
This field practicum is required for all undergraduate students. The student, under the supervision of an experienced advisor, will be assigned responsibilities.

FP 302 Field Practicum IV (1)
This field practicum is required for all undergraduate students. The student, under the supervision of an experienced advisor, will be assigned responsibilities.

FP 401 Field Practicum V (1)
This field practicum is required for all undergraduate students. The student, under the supervision of an experienced advisor, will be assigned responsibilities.

FP 402 Field Practicum VI (1)
This field practicum is required for all undergraduate students. The student, under the supervision of an experienced advisor, will be assigned responsibilities.

GENERAL EDUCATION (GE)   top

GE 107 Introduction to Philosophy and Ethics (3)
Explores a variety of approaches to philosophical issues such as causality, personal identity, freedom, and determinism. Examines arguments that discuss broad ethical questions, such as how we know what is right; discusses the basic features of deontological and teleological ethics; and applies ethical theory to contemporary issues.

GE 113 Introduction to Computers (3)
This course is a broad introduction to the use of computers as tools for creativity, communications and organizing information. In addition to learning the technical fundamentals of computer use, this course will help build students’ skills in researching information, and will cover the major topic areas of Apple and Window operations.

GE 205 Introduction to Information and Communication (3)
This course introuduces to undergraduates into basic concepts of Inforamtion and communication technologies. Student will learn the Internet concept and have practice to use Internet applications like ftp, www, telnet, e-mail, and webhard. Internet security will also be covered at this course.

GE 215 Principles of Leadership (3)
This course will actively engage students in the acquisition of information about historical and contemporary theories, concepts, and issues associated with leadership.

GE 302 Globalization (3)
This course which designed to incorporate what students have learned from their general education courses and to foster critical and ethical thinking from a Christian perspective as students make the transition from university into a global society. Contemporary global issues will be analyzed and discussed.

MISSIONS (MI)   top

MI 205 World Missions(3)
The Christian movement and other major religions are studies and compared from a Christian perspective.

MI 301 Introduction of Christian Missions (3)
This course is an introduction of various mission fields and mission agencies. Emphasis I placed on recent developments to encourage students to further study in areas of special interest.

MI 401 Christian Missions (3)
This course is an introduction of various mission fields and mission agencies. Emphasis I placed on recent developments to encourage students to further study in areas of special interest.

MI 402 World Religions(3)
This course will examine the historical origin and growth of the major world religions, beliefs, practices, and worldviews of the major traditions.

MI 626 Christian Mission and World Religions (3)
The Christian movement and other major religions are studied and compared from a Christian perspective. Is faith in Jesus still the only way to have peace with God? Universalism is threatening this basic Christian teaching.

MI 825 Mission Perspectives (3)
This course is based on Perspectives on the World Christian Movement, a multi-faceted collection of readings focused on the biblical, historical, cultural, and strategic dimensions of the task of world evangelization the history and potential of the world Christian movement.

NEW TESTAMENT (NT)   top

NT 101 Introduction to New Testament (3)
This course is a survey of the background and content of the New Testament.

NT 202 Life of Christ (3)
This course is a systematic study of the person and work of Christ from eternity past to eternity future.

NT 302 The Gospels (3)
This course is a study of the canonical Gospels of Mark, Matthew, Luke, and John. It is designed to enable the student to explore a number of different aspects of the Gospels, including their historical and socio-cultural contexts.

NT 303 Acts and Pauline Epistles (3)
This is a survey of the book of Acts and the letters of the Apostle Paul, the development of the early church, and the activities of Christ’s disciples. The Epistles are studied in the light of historical and cultural setting.

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NT 305 The Gospel of John (3)
An expository study of John’s practical instruction concerning the Christian’s walk and vital relationship with Christ.

NT 506 Survey of New Testament (3)
This course is a study of the historical and cultural background of the New Testament and a survey of the individual texts of the New Testament.

NT 513 Synoptic Gospels (3)
An emphasis of the theme of each Gospel will be discussed as well as a synoptic, chronological view of the life of Jesus with an interpretation of key events and main discourses.

NT 524 Introductory Greek (3)
This course is designed to enable the student to study the New Testament in its original language. This will help the Scripture become more alive and relevant, and will give the student the ability to translate the New Testament so as to enhance the meaning and message of the Bible and better understand its relevance for us today.

NT 601 Intermediate Greek (3)
A study of the grammar and syntax of the Greek New Testament. Prerequisite: Elementary Greek or a satisfactory score on the examination on Elementary Greek.

NT 602 Pastoral Epistles (3)
This course is an in-depth study in depth, of 1 and 2 Timothy and Titus, using the Greek text with an emphasis on understanding Paul’s teaching regarding church administration in the early Christian church, his emphasis and teaching on the spiritual needs of the church and his challenge for a godly and disciplined Christian life in the midst of a secular world.

NT 705 Theology of Paul (3)
This course is a study of the teachings of Paul concerning salvation, sanctification, evangelism, and practical Christian living.

OLD TESTAMENT (OT)   top

OT 102 Introduction to Old Testament (3)
This course is a study of the historical and cultural background of the Old Testament and a survey of the individual books of the Old Testament.

OT 203 Pentateuch (3)
This course is a survey of the first five books of the Bible including creation, Patriarchal Period, Mosaic Law, and early history of Israel.

OT 303 History of Israel (3)
This course is designed to reconstruct the history of ancient Israel in order to better understand the theological significance of the Bible.

OT 305 Historical Books (3)
This course is a survey of the historical books including Joshua, Judges, 1 and 2 Samuel, 1 and 2 Kings, 1 and 2 Chronicles, Ruth, Esther, Ezra, and Nehemiah.

OT 410 Prophetic Books (3)
This course is a study of the Old Testament Prophetic books (Isaiah through Malachi). Consideration is given to prophetic eschatology and to the use of Old Testament prophecy in the New Testament.

OT 415 Wisdom Literature (3)
This course is a study of Job, Psalms, Proverbs, and Ecclesiastics with special attention given to literary style, content, and their distinctive place in Old Testament thought.

OT 420 Biblical Hebrew (3)
The purpose of this course is to introduce the basic grammar, syntax, and vocabulary of the Hebrew Scriptures in order to read and translate biblical texts.

OT 502 Introductory Hebrew (3)
This course is designed to enable the student to study the Old Testament in its original language. This will help the Scripture to become more alive and relevant and give the student the ability to translate the Old Testament so as to enhance the meaning and message of the Bible and better understand its relevance for us today.

OT 503 Pentateuch (3)
This course is a systematic study of Genesis through Deuteronomy, with attention given to the structure, purpose, doctrinal electives, and instruction for daily living found in each text.

OT 506 Survey of Old Testament (3)
This course is a study of the historical and cultural background of the Old Testament and a survey of the individual books of the Old Testament.

OT 509 Wisdom Literature (3)
This course is a study of Job, Psalms, Proverbs, and Ecclesiastics with special attention given to literary style, content, and their distinctive place in Old Testament thought.

OT 601 Prophets (3)
This course is an introduction to the Prophets in the English Old Testament, from Isaiah to Malachi, including an examination of critical, historical, hermeneutical, and theological issues.

OT 611 Intermediate Hebrew (3)
An introduction to Hebrew exegesis, including the basic tools and methods for textual criticism and for lexical and syntactical analysis of the Hebrew text. Prerequisite: Introductory Hebrew or a satisfactory score on the examination on Introductory Hebrew.

PHILOSOPHY (PH)   top

PH 101 Philosophy of Religion (3)
Religion as a field of philosophical inquiry and study; major modes of religious expression; chief issues in religious thought and experience.

PREACHING (PR)   top

PR 401 Introduction to Preaching (3)
This course is designed to give the student actual experience in preparing sermons and preaching them. The student will also evaluate the sermons of others.

PR 616 Survey of Biblical Preaching (3)
This course is designed to give the student actual experience in preparing sermons and preaching them. The student will also evaluate the sermons of others.

PASTORAL THEOLOGY (PT)   top

PT 402 Introduction to Church Administration (3)
This Course is to help students understand and be able to assume the responsibilities related to organization and administration. The pastor as responsible for the management of ministry will be discussed, including recognizing needs, planning, organizing, motivating, evaluating, and revising church programs.

PT 403 Introduction to Worship(3)
This course is a study of the meaning and history of types of worship programs, how to plan an effective worship service, how to adapt to various types of churches, and the responsibility of the pastor and other leaders in planning and leading the worship service of the church.

PT 452 Introduction to Educational Ministry (3)
This course is a study of the basic educational programs for ministry of church, i.e., Bible study, discipleship training, evangelism, missions, and enrichment for support groups.

PT 607 Church Administration and Management (3)
This Course is to help students understand and be able to assume the responsibilities related to organization and administration. The pastor as responsible for the management of ministry will be discussed, including recognizing needs, planning, organizing, motivating, evaluating, and revising church programs.

PT 611 Pastoral Ministry (3)
A theological and practical study of duties of the minister with special electives on the development and responsibilities of the pastor and the personal care of the church people.

PT 625 Christian Ministry Internship I (1.5)
An opportunity to minister under supervision, doing practical ministries learned by experience. The six-credit Christian Ministry Internship requirement may be fulfilled in one-credit increments.

PT 626 Christian Ministry Internship II (1.5)
An opportunity to minister under supervision, doing practical ministries learned by experience. The six-credit Christian Ministry Internship requirement may be fulfilled in one-credit increments.

PT 811 Marketplace Preaching (3)
This course will help the student understand how to bring preaching skills to bear on the needs of contemporary society. The goal of marketplace preaching is to produce lasting change in the lives of the listeners.

PT 834 Church and Worship (3)
This course is a study of the meaning and history of types of worship programs, how to plan an effective worship service, how to adapt to various types of churches, and the responsibility of the pastor and other leaders in planning and leading the worship service of the church.

PT 835 Biblical Administration and Management (3)
This course is a study of the pastor’s responsibilities for the management of ministry by biblical principles adapted to various types of churches.

PT 836 Survey of Cell Groups (3)
This is a course designed to inform the student in one of the most successful church-growth strategies of history. The study will include an examination of the different models of group life, organizational structure, and transition strategies for traditional churches.

PT 837 Church Renewal
The Christian faith of third and fourth generation Christians may become nominal. Ways for pastors to renew the commitment of church members will be studied.

PT 838 Theology of Ministry
An introduction to Christian ministry in contemporary culture. This study nature of the church and its ministry. Topics selected which deal with significant issues related to the theology of ministry in various cross-cultural communities.

PT 840 Biblical Theological Reflection in Ministry (3)
This course assists the students in integrating biblical and theological.

RESEARCH SEMINAR (RS)   top

RS 818 Research Seminar-Proposal/Prospectus (3)
An opportunity to work with your mentor in selecting and organizing relevant materials.

RS 890 Dissertation (6)
A minimum of 100 pages is required for dissertations. The title of the dissertation and the subject matter to be covered must be presented to the selected Chairman of the Student’s Dissertation Committee for approval prior to beginning the research project.

THEOLOGY (TH)   top

TH 201 Bible Doctrines I (3)
A systematic study is made of what the Bible teaches about some of the major realities such as God, man, sin, salvation, the Holy Sprit and Christ.

TH 301 Bible Doctrines II (3)
This course is a continuation on Bible Doctrines I. It includes the study of the Scriptures, man, angels, Satan, the Church, faith, justification, adoption and the Last-Day events.

TH 401 Theology of Spiritual Life (3)
This course is a detailed study of the earthly life of our Lord with particular emphasis on the spiritual significance of each aspect of His ministry.

TH 514 Modern Theology (3)
This course is a study of the “mainstream” systems of theology today, along with the more esoteric contemporary systems.? Insight is also given into emerging Third World theologies.

TH 521 Systematic Theology I (3)
This course is a study of the basic biblical doctrines of Christianity, such as God, Christ, The Holy Spirit, man, sin, and salvation and their relevance to the Christian faith today.

TH 523 Systematic Theology II (3)
This course is a continuation of Systematic Theology I.

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