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Master of Divinity (M.Div.)

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Requirements: To earn a Masters Degree, the student must have completed thirty-two (32) credits in a specific field of study and then write the Masters Thesis, eighteen (18) credits for a total of fifty (50) credit hours. One exception is the Master of Divinity (M.Div.) which requires (50) credits plus the Masters Thesis for a total of sixty-eight (68) credit hours. The student must have achieved an overall grade point average of 3.0 or higher on all courses attempted.

T-600-4  Hermeneutics & Prophecy

An examination of hermeneutics and prophetic studies.

T-610-4  Biblical Prophecy

Covers the most important prophecies of the Bible and explains what is happening today.

T-620-4  Biblical Anthropology

The development of an anthropology which focuses on Bible cultures.

CC-540-4  Adolescent Counseling

This in an in-depth study into different aspects of counseling in his/her family.

CC-550-4  Family Counseling

An in-depth study of family counseling.

CC-560-4  Crisis Counseling

This course is an introduction and working guide for Pastors, Christian Workers, and Christian Counselors.

CE-501-4  Biblical Christian Education

Basics in biblical Christian education.

A-580-4  The Kenosis

The doctrine of Jesus Christ (Christology) is taught in this course.

A-590-4  Biblical Philosophy

This course offers an introduction into the philosophical issues that faces all defenders of the Christian faith.

B-580-4  Apocalyptic Literature

An in-depth look at the book of Revelation and the passages of the OT that deal with the issue.

M-500-4  Homiletics I

An introduction to the techniques and methods used in sermon preparation and delivery.

M-510-4  Homiletics II

Students will be required to prepare sermons using the techniques learned in Homiletics I, focusing on the NT Scripture.

M-520-4  Church Administration

The Christian organization is examined from the standpoint of management. Principles of leadership and management are discussed.

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