Asian Revival College of Theology, Inc.

THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 

ACADEMICS

 

ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS

DEPARTMENT OF BIBLICAL STUDIES

DEPARTMENT OF THEOLOGICAL STUDIES

1. Bibliology

2. Theism

3. Christology

4. Pneumatology

5. Anthropology

6.Ecclessiology

7. Hamartiology

8. Soteriology

9. Eschatology

DEPARTMENT OF PASTORAL CARE/ LEADERSHIP STUDIES

1. Pastoral Theology

2. Pastoral Care & Counseling

3. Ministerial Etiquette

4. Christian Ethics

5. Bible Study Methods

6. Homiletics

7. Hermeneutics

8. Apologetics

9. Comparative Religion

10. Life of Christ

11. Tabernacle Teaching

DEPARTMENT OF CHURCH ADMINISTRATION STUDIES

1. Mission & Church Planting

2. Church History

3. Church Administration

 4. Christian Education

5. Church Eldership

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SCIENCE STUDIES

1. General Sociology

2. General Psychology

3. General Anthropology

4. Environmental  Science

DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL EDUCATION

 

Academic Program

COURSES OFFERED

 Non- Degree Program

  •  Associate of Arts in Biblical Studies (AABS 1year)
  • Associate of Arts in Theology (AATh 2years)

Degree Program

  • Bachelor of Theology Degree (B.Th 4years)
  • Bachelor of Worship and Revival Ministry (B.Th 4years)

Post Graduate Program

  • Master in Divinity
  • Master in Theology
  • Master in Biblical Studies
  • Master in Global Leadership
  • Master in Worship and Revival Ministry 

ASDECS Program network with ARCT Cagayan de Oro City

  •  Master in Transformational Leadership (MTL)
  • Master in Global Leadership (MAGL)
  • Master of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship (MBA)

For more information Contact:

Dr. David Lim (President)

4th Floor, Back to the Bible Bldg 135 West Avenue,Quezon City, Philippines

Email: [email protected]

website: www.asdecs.org

Bishop Danilo O. Bantilan Th. D (President)

Asian Revival College of Theology, Inc.

3f Elipe Bldg. Elipe Park Carmen Cagayan de Oro City 9000 Philippines

Tel. 088-3090966 Cel. 09262869991

Email:[email protected]

Website: www.arcteduc7.com

 

 


Associate of Arts in Pastoral Studies

SUBJECTS     

SCHOOL YEAR 2008-2009 

FIRST YEAR                                                                         CREDITS

A300Administration                                                                         3

DR 3001 Daniel & Revelation                                                          3

TH3002 Pastoral Theology                                                              3

MN 303 Biblical Counseling                                                              3  

TH 304 Tabernacle                                                                          3

TH 305 Theology                                                                            3

 TH 306 Church History                                                   3

                                                                             21                           

Second Semester SY 2008-2009

NS 307 New Testament   Survey                                                        3

MN 308 Women’s Studies                                                                  3

CM 309Conflict Management                                                           3

MN 400 Pastoral Ministry                                                                3   

YMN401 Youth Ministry                                                                  3

D  402 Demonology                                                                          3

 H 403Homiletics                                                                              3

 H 404 Hermeneutics                                                                         3

 C 250 Consecration                                                                          3

                                                                                                         27

                                                                                                 Total 48 units

 

Associate of Arts in Theology

 

FIRST YEAR                                                                                CREDITS

1ST Semester SY 2008-2010                                   

G 4003  Greek 1                                                                                 3                     

CA 404 Christian Apologetic                                                              3                                              

E 405 English 1                                                                                  3                                

BC 406 Biblical Counseling                                                                 3       

CWT407 Church Worship in Tabernacle                                            3                                                 

TH 408 Church Growth                                                                       3

CE 409 Church History                                                                        3   

                                                                                                             21                                                                                

Second Semester SY 2008-2010

TH 409Theology  2                                                                               3                

CG 500 Psychology                                                                                3

CM 501 Conflict Management                                                               3                    

SCM502 Stress and Conflict Management                                               3                                     

MM 503 Men’s Ministry                                                                        3                

BSM 504 Bible Study Methods                                                                3                                                 

PTH 505Pastoral Theology                                                                   3                                                   

CEME506Christian Ethics and Ministerial Ethics                                   3

<!--[if !mso]--> <!--[endif]--> PD506 Personality Development                                                            

                                                                                                              27

                                                                                                   Total 48 units 

 

 Bachelor of Arts in Theology Degree (120 Credits)

 

General Structure

General Education Core            30 Credits

General Electives                    30 Credits

Bible Core                              30 Credits

Major Core                             30 Credits

                                  Total  120 Credits

 

FIRST YEAR                                                                                    CREDITS

1ST Semester SY 2008- 2010                                 

G 4003  Greek 1                                                                                     3                     

CA 404 Christian Apologetic                                                                 3                                              

E 405 English 1                                                                                      3                                

BC 406 Biblical Counseling                                                                     3       

CWT407 Church Worship in Tabernacle                                               3                                                 

TH 408 Church Growth                                                                          3

CE 409 Church History                                                                          3   

                                                                                                              21                                                                                

Second Semester SY 2008-2010

TH 409Theology  2                                                                                3                

CG 500 Psychology                                                                                 3

CM 501 Conflict Management                                                                3                    

SCM502 Stress and Conflict Management                                                3                                     

MM 503 Men’s Ministry                                                                         3                

BSM 504 Bible Study Methods                                                                 3                                                 

PTH 505Pastoral Theology                                                                    3                                                   

CEME506Christian Ethics and Ministerial Ethics                                    3

 PD506 Personality Development                                                             

                                                                                                               27

                                                                                                        Total 48 units 

 

Second Year

First Semester 2009-2010

GE 235 English Composition                                              3

GE 236 Research and Technical Writing in Ministry               3

GE 234 Music as Art Form and Worship                               3

LG 322 Introduction to Biblical Greek 11                             3

LG 331 Beginning Hebrew 1                                               3

LG 332 Beginning Hebrew 11                                             3

GE 164 Introduction to Ethics                                             3

Second Semester 

GE 165 Introduction to Psychology                                      3

GE 238 Marriage and Family in

Modern Society(Philippine Setting)                                       3

GE 200 Christian Philosophy                                                3

GE 230 environmental Science                                             3

GE 239 Health and Lifestyle Wellness                                    3

OT 430 Survey of the Old Testament                                    3

NT 430 Survey of the New Testament                                   3

Third Year

First Semester

BS 401 Inductive Bible Study                                3

TH 401 Theology 1                                              3

TH 402 Theology 2                                              3

TH 480 Theology 3                                              3

TH 425 Theology 4                                              3

OT 316 Theology 5                                              3

NT 434 Introduction to the four gospel                    3

NT 313 Introduction to the

Book of Romans & Galatians                                 3

 

 

MAJOR IN BIBLE AND THEOLOGY

 

Purpose: To develop in learners skills(1) in critical, discerning thought in the interpretation of Biblical and other Christian texts

and sources, (2) in the training of others to do the same, and (3) in making appropriate application of truths learned to life and service.

Learning Outcomes: Learners will develop the basic skills of observation, interpretation, and application in the study of the Bible. Learners will identify and explain the significance of themes, events and personalities found in the Old Old and New Testaments. Learners will apply appropriately to life and service the Biblical teachings and principles learned in the course of study. Learners will develop critical evaluative skills in interpreting Christian literature and an ability to communicate these skills to others.

 Options Available with Certificate Courses

Students who complete an undergraduate/graduate certificate program through ARCT may transfer those courses into a degree program with the corresponding courses when available. Students considering this option are advised to select courses for their certificate program that are listed in the specific degree program they may be considering completing to ensure the courses will also satisfy degree requirements.

Similarly, students enrolled in a degree program may transfer the applicable courses into the corresponding certificate program when available.

 

General Information

All courses must be completed as required to earn academic credits. Students must have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 for the Undergraduate Certificate and 3.0 for the Graduate Certificate. Completed courses will be reflected on ARCT. Normal tuition and fees apply. A Certificate Awarding Fee is charged for the certificate and transferring the courses to/from degree

 

 

Undergraduate Certificate programs require the completion of the ARCT four undergraduate courses within the same area of study.

 

Graduate Certificate programs require the completion of the ARCT and any four graduate courses within the same area of study.

 For their certificate level, students may choose any four courses in the same area of study.

 

Non Degree course

 

Options Available with Certificate Courses  

Students who complete an undergraduate/graduate certificate program through ARCT may transfer those courses into a degree program with the corresponding courses when available. Students considering this option are advised to select courses for their certificate program that are listed in the specific degree program they may be considering completing to ensure the courses will also satisfy degree requirements.

Similarly, students enrolled in a degree program may transfer the applicable courses into the corresponding certificate program when available.

 

General Information

All courses must be completed as required to earn academic credits. Students must have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 for the Undergraduate Certificate and 3.0 for the Graduate Certificate. Completed courses will be reflected on ARCT. Normal tuition and fees apply. A Certificate Awarding Fee is charged for the certificate and transferring the courses to/from degree.

 

Application fee (non-refundable)
Filipino students

Tuition fee (per unit credit or audit)*  
Filipino and Two-Thirds World students
Hands outs                                                                                                                 

Tutorial fee (course not offered during the regular semester)

Completion fee (per course)
Commencement Fee                                                                                         
Request for Transcript of Records
(2 weeks processing)
Express/Rush Postage (abroad)
Request for diploma
Request for print out of grade fee (per page)
Certification fee
Library fee

 

TEXT BOOKS

Students are encourage to purchase class textbooks to help them develop a good theological library which will serve them in ministry long after they have graduated.

 

PAYMENTS

Payments are due at the start of each term. For tuition fees, 10% is due at the start of the term. The remaining 90% is payable before the final examination. Failure to keep accounts will bar students from taking additional courses and from receiving grades, official transcripts, or diplomas

Php 200



Php 1,000 100

 

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Graduate Level

Master of Theology

Master of Divinity

Master in Biblical Studies

Master of Worship and Revival

 


Academic Guidelines

Academic Standards

ARCT  high standard of academic excellence. some faculty members must hold an earned doctorate from an accredited institution. Faculty members serve either at prestigious theological schools or in renowned churches and ministries. Applicants for the diploma program must have a high school diploma, and applicants for the master’s program must hold an earned bachelor’s degree. A church must affirm an applicant’s ministry practice (vocational or volunteer) and good standing.

Learning Accommodations

Upon request, faculty members will provide reasonable accommodation for learners with documented disabilities.

Transfer Credit Policy

ARCT may accept the transfer of course credits (grade “C” or above) for selected courses taught In Master in Theology Degree the Associate of Arts in pastoral Studies Studies programs. A decision about the transfer of course credits is made based on a review of the applicant’s transcripts.

ARCT M.A. in Theology students who consider enrolling in a course from another seminary with the intent of transferring the credits from that course into their Arct academic program should ask for a course review first before enrolling in the course.

ARCT does not provide the general education courses required in the Associate of Arts in Pastoral or Bachelor of arts in Pastoral Studies program, but accepts general education credit hours from other accredited institutions.

Transcript of Credits

The transcript of seminary credits is an official copy of the learner’s permanent record, bearing the school seal and the signature of an authorized seminary representative. ARCT will mail one transcript of COLLEGE credits without charge following the learner’s completion of an academic program. Learners may make written request for additional transcript copies at 200.00 pesos (send the letter of request and check to ARTS

3rd floor Elipe bldg. Elipe Park Carmen, Cagayan De oro City Philippines 9000

 

 ARCT  will release transcripts only if the learner’s financial accounts, academic standing, and ethical conduct are in order.

Learner Records

Learner records are housed primarily in digital form on secure web servers maintained by www.arcteduc7.com Digital back-up copies of learner records, paper documents such as learner transcripts, printed copies of digital records (when required), and other learner records are maintained by the COLLEGE OF THEOLOGY. Learner records include, but are not limited to, documents and files related to academics, admissions, advising, discipline, payment, credit, and placement. ARCT utilizes security measures to prevent information abuse.

Original documents and digital files submitted to the COLLEGE may become a permanent part of the learner’s file and will not be returned to the learner or sent elsewhere. The ARCT adheres to the privacy of learner records as required by the Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA). For more information about these rights, contact ARCT. Learners may file a complaint with the Philippine COMMISSION ON HIS/HER EDUCATION concerning alleged failures by ARCT to comply with the requirements.

 

Ethical Conduct

 

ARCT is a Christian INSTITUTIONS whose primary purpose is to equip persons for ministry leadership in church-related service.

ARCT requires applicants to give evidence of a desire to be equipped for ministry and expects approved applicants to live in a manner worthy of that calling and behave appropriately as a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

ARCT reserves the right to take disciplinary action if a learner violates this standard of personal and ethical conduct. Violations of this standard shall include, but are not limited to:

  • Academic misconduct including, but not limited to plagiarism or cheating
  • Use or possession of illegal drugs
  • Heterosexual misconduct or homosexual behavior
  • Giving false statements to the seminary orally or in writing including, but not limited to, application for admission, registration, or altering records
  • Financial irresponsibility
  • Fighting or abusive/vulgar language
  • Violation of academic regulations and policies

Learners involved in a civil infraction are accountable to civil authorities but may also be subject to discipline by ARCT.

In keeping with Galatians 6:1-2, it is ARCT. intend to approach ethical conduct violations in a redemptive manner. The character of learners, the witness of churches, and the integrity of ARCT as they all relate to God’s Kingdom purposes are the primary concerns.

ARCT expects the learning community (learners, faculty, and administration) to accept the responsibility for reporting any actions that are detrimental to the building of a Christian learning community and the churches it serves.

Disciplinary Action & Grievance Process

Actions of the Academic Council may include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Reprimand and disciplinary probation
  • Reprimand, disciplinary probation and loss of credit in course or courses where dishonest work was done
  • Temporary suspension with time and terms of readmission indicated
  • Indefinite suspension with time and terms of readmission not indicated
  • Permanent dismissal
  • ARCT reserves the right to note any of the above actions on a learner’s transcript.

A learner may request a review by the president of ARCT The president’s decision is final with no further review or appeal.

Learner Responsibility

ARTS’ standard course design is learner-focused, meaning that the learner bears greater responsibility for the management of learning than in a traditional classroom setting. A professor assigned to the course provides almost daily learning support. Weekly course expectations may include learning community discussion, group projects, and other learning processes. Failure to participate fully in the learning process will prevent a learner from completing a course satisfactorily. ARTS expects learners to down load the lesson from the website. www.arcteduc7.com and they were responsible to print the material for their advance studies for each lesson of the course offered.

Student Advisors are available for assistance throughout the learner’s program of study. Learners have the responsibility of tracking courses related to their learning objectives with the support and assistance of ARTS Student Advisors. ARCT provides Academic Program Guides that help a learner track progress.

Technical Competency

ARCT assumes applicants have the computer skills (1) to function in an online environment and (2) to create, manage, scan, fax, upload and download Microsoft Word

 
2009/2010 Schedule of Courses

Bachelor of Arts in Theology Degree  (120 credits)

Purpose: To develop in learners foundational knowledge and analytical skills within a

Christian worldview that will equip them for ministry and community service.

 

Learning Competencies:

Learners will develop the basic skills of observation, interpretation, and application in the study of the Bible.

Learners will be able to develop skills of critical thinking in their reading, researching, writing, and speaking.

Learners will understand and evaluate the arts and sciences in relationship to Christian living.

Learners will be able to identify and describe the main contributors, theories, and practices of their major area of study.

 

General Structure

General Education Core – 30 credits

General Electives – 30 credits

Bible Core – 30 credits

Major Core – 30 credits

General Education Core – 30 credits

GE 235 English Composition (required)

GE 236 Research and Technical Writing in Ministry (required)

(Prerequisite: GE 235)

Select a minimum of one course from each subject area below.

(Remaining 12 general education credits required may be

from any combination of general education subject areas.)

GE 234 Appreciating Music as Art Form and Worship

LG 321 Introduction to Biblical Greek I

LG 322 Introduction to Biblical Greek II (Prerequisite: LG 321)

LG 331 Beginning Biblical Hebrew I

LG 332 Beginning Biblical Hebrew II (Prerequisite: LG 331)

GE 164 Introduction to Ethics

 

Subject Area 2: Social Sciences

GE 165 Introduction to Psychology

GE 238 Marriage and Family in Modern Society

Subject Area 3: GE 200 Philosophy.GE 230 Physical Science Survey

Subject Area 4: Health/Physical Education

GE 239 Health and Lifestyle Wellness

 

Bible Core – 30 credits (15 credits must be earned at Trinity)

OT 430 Survey of the Old Testament

NT 430 Survey of the New Testament

BS 401 Inductive Bible Study

TH 401 Theology 1

TH 402 Theology 2

BS 480 Thelog0y 3

OT 425 Theology 4

OT 316 Theology 5

NT 434 Introduction to the Gospel of John

NT 313 Introduction to the Book of Romans

Major Core – 30 credits (15 credits must be earned at ARCT ) 

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RW 991 Mission Outcomes Assessment – 0 credits

 Courses may be taken in any order unless otherwise specified.

 

Major in Bible and Theology

 

Purpose: To develop in learners skills (1) in critical, discerning thought in the interpretation of

 biblical and other Christian texts and sources, (2) in the training of others to do the same, and

 (3) in making appropriate application

of truths learned to life and service.

 

Learning Outcomes:

Learners will develop the basic skills of observation, interpretation, and application in the study of the Bible.

Learners will identify and explain the significance of themes, events, and personalities found

in the Old and New Testaments.

Learners will identify and describe pertinent background, interpretive questions, and related

information pertaining to books found in the Old and New Testaments.

Learners will apply appropriately to life and service the biblical teachings and principles

 learned in the course of study.

Learners will develop critical evaluative skills in interpreting Christian literature and an ability

to communicate these skills to others.

 

Major Core – 30 credits

NT 310 Survey of the Life and Letters of Paul

NT 307 Survey of the Gospel of Matthew

TH 483 Introduction to Old Testament Theology

TH 333 Introduction to New Testament Theology

CH 320 Survey of Church History

TH 406 Introduction to the Doctrine of the Bible

TH 484 Survey of the Doctrine of the Church

TH 395 Introduction to the Doctrine of Christ

NT 334 Expositions of First Corinthians

NT 345 The Book of Acts: An Introduction

 

Major in Biblical Counseling

 

Purpose: To acquaint learners with an overview of Biblical Studies oriented toward helping fellow

Christians respond to trials for God’s glory so that they can grow through the experiences and

be agents of change in the

 local church or other Christian institutions.

 

Learning Outcomes:

Learners will identify the main themes of redemptive history running throughout the Scriptures,

culminating in the ministry of Jesus Christ, and relate them to the practice of counseling.

Learners will describe how glorifying God and serving His purposes distinguishes

Biblical Counseling from other models of counseling.

Learners will explain the fundamental role of counseling in the local church.

Learners will develop the skills needed for effectively working with people in distress.

Learners will describe the contributions of important psychologists whose views have shaped American culture.

 

Major Core – 30 credits

BC 370 Becoming a Biblical Counselor1

BC 372 Introduction to Biblical Counseling

BC 402 Developing Counseling Skills2

BC 365 Introduction to Marriage and Family Counseling

BC 373 Counseling in the Local Church

BC 305 Supervised Counseling Experience*

Electives: Any 4 courses in Biblical Counseling (BC) – 12 credits

 

1 Unless transfer credit is anticipated, students are strongly encouraged to register for the following

courses first: BC 370 Becoming a Biblical Counselor, GE 235 English Composition,

and BS 401 Bible Study Methods.

2Learners may replace course with an elective in Biblical Counseling (BC) or Conflict Management (CM).

 


Major in Christian Management and Leadership

 

Purpose: To build leadership competencies to be used in discipling, equipping, and team building

ministries and to acquire the ability to: understand, plan, organize, and administrate a church or

para-church organization; facilitate

small group development and multiplication; and apply team ministry skills in a variety of multiple staff contexts.

 

Learning Outcomes:

Learners will examine and assess the historical and theological development of

Christian Management and Leadership theory in a contemporary context.

Learners will identify and evaluate the essential principles, practices, and procedures of Christian

 Management and Leadership theory with the goal of practical applications.

Learners will critically analyze practical management scenarios in order to design constructive solutions

to the issues/problems involved.

Learners will develop and apply interpersonal skills in conflict management and dealing with difficult people.

Learners will determine best practices for producing positive change in an organizational setting.

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Major Core – 30 credits

AD 437 Introduction to Management and Leadership Theory

AD 424 Basic Principles of Administration

PM 341 Basic Theology of Ministry

CM 326 Fundamentals of Managing Conflict

AD 301 Basic Principles of Human and Organizational Development

AD 411 Formative Techniques in Management

AD 384 The Scope of Human Resource Management

AD 302 Fundamentals of Communication for Managers and

Administrators

CM 365 Approaches to Dealing with Difficult People

CM 426 Understanding the Process of Positive Change

 

Major in Christian Women’s Studies

 

Purpose: To engage learners in an interdisciplinary study of women’s issues from a biblical

and theological perspective; to explore the literary, historical, political, social, and economic contexts in

which Christian women have ministered; and to create new ways of viewing, examining, and

understanding the world in which

 learners live and work.

 

Learning Outcomes:

Learners will study Christ-like models for women’s ministry so that students can identify and describe them.

Learners will interpret and apply Christ-like models for women’s ministry.

Learners will acquire the practical ministry skills required for positions of women’s ministry within

 a church or para-church setting.

 

Major Core – 30 credits

WS 311 Women’s Ministries I

WS 303 Women and the Church

CE 388 Strategies for Effective Teaching

WS 341 Fundamentals of Spiritual Formation for Women

PM 341 Basic Theology of Ministry

PM 459 Fundamentals of Personal Evangelism

WS 304 Christian Women and Leadership

CM 326 Fundamentals of Managing Conflict

PH 399 Christianity and Competing Worldviews

WS 312 Women’s Ministries II

 

Major in Leadership and Discipleship

 

Purpose: To equip persons for service in leadership and discipleship related ministries in the local

 church or Christian non-profit organization through basic training in the Word of God and

contemporary strategies

 for educational ministries.

Learning Outcomes:

Learners will articulate a biblically-based Christian worldview of basic leadership and discipleship principles

and practices through informed perspectives expressed in academic activities in

administration, teaching, spiritual growth, and small groups.

Learners will identify best practices that contribute to personal growth and spiritual formation through

self-assessment and peer-evaluation academic activities.

Learners will demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the basic principles and practices

of leadership and discipleship through critical reflection of scholarly resources and contemporary writings.

Learners will demonstrate basic skills in leadership and discipleship through well-reasoned applications

 and evaluations deployed in life, work, and ministry.

Major Core – 30 credits

CE 488 Developing Christian Education for the Local Church

CE 388 Strategies for Effective Teaching

CE 470 Biblical Theology of Christian Education: An Overview

CE 490 Basic Principles of Spiritual Growth in Christian Education

CM 326 Fundamentals of Managing Conflict

AD 424 Basic Principles of Administration

AD 437 Introduction to Management and Leadership Theory

PM 349 Introduction to Small Group Dynamics

Electives: Any 2 courses in Administration (AD), Christian Education

(CE), Conflict Management (CM), Expository Preaching

(EP), Leadership (LD), Pastoral Ministry (PM), Youth

Ministry (YT), or Women's Studies (WS) – 6 credits


 

 

Major in Pastoral Ministry

 

Purpose: To equip persons for Christian ministry by providing foundational insights in Bible study and

theological knowledge while enhancing skills needed for effective service in local church and other

expressions of service.

 

Learning Outcomes:

1. Learners will develop Bible study skills.

2. Learners will gain interpretative abilities of the principles of theology.

3. Learners will demonstrate new confidence in ministry opportunities.

 

Major Core – 30 credits

PM 341 Basic Theology of Ministry

EP 490 Introduction to Preaching to a Multimedia Generation

PH 401 Basic Christian Ethics

CE 449 Introduction to Personal Spiritual Discipleship

CE 388 Strategies for Effective Teaching

PM 459 Fundamentals of Personal Evangelism

BC 372 Introduction to Biblical Counseling

AD 424 Basic Principles of Administration

PM 355 Fundamentals of Church Growth

CM 326 Fundamentals of Managing Conflict

 

 

 

 

Major in Youth Ministry

 

Purpose: To develop competent persons for the position of youth minister in the local church, a position

grounded in a biblical theology of youth ministry, knowledgeable in essentials of leading and managing a youth

 ministry and other ministry programs, and able to guide the ministry relevant to the needs of youth and the church.

 

Learning Outcomes:

Learners will identify and discuss leadership and management essentials in guiding and growing youth

ministry in the church.

Learners will explore leadership and ministry issues related to other ministry programs in the church.

Learners will describe and discuss needs of youth and the church to inform their leadership and ministry practice.

Learners will specify and support a biblical and sound theology of youth ministry.

 

Major Core – 30 credits

YT 300 Foundations of Youth Ministry

YT 301 Theology of Youth Ministry

YT 302 Family and Church Ministry

YT 303 Leadership of the Youth Minister

BC 372 Introduction to Biblical Counseling

CM 326 Fundamentals of Managing Conflict

PM 459 Fundamentals of Personal Evangelism

CE 488 Developing Christian Education for the Local Church

PM 342 Mentoring Principles

CE 388 Strategies for Effective Teaching

 

Major in Prayer and Intercession

Purpose: To develop a life style about prayer in the

local church, a position

grounded in a biblical theology of prayer, knowledgeable in essentials of

in communing with God. As key for revival in our 21st century church

of the Lord Jesus Christ.

 

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Learning Outcomes:

Learners will study Christ-like models for prayer as effective weapon or backbone

Of Christian living

Learners will interpret and apply Christ-like models for prayer theologically and biblically profound.

Learners will know the history of revival in the deep understanding of prayer.

  500 TH Prayer and Fasting

501 MN Principles of Prayer

502MN Prevailing Prayer

503TH Spiritual Warfare

504 MN Deliverance

Major in Tabernacle Teaching

Purpose: To equip persons for Christian ministry by providing foundational insights in Bible study and

theological knowledge of Tabernacle teaching as a  major lifestyle pattern in the New Testament Church

Learning Outcomes:

Learners will articulate a biblically-based of the Teaching of the Tabernacle of basic doctrine

Life experiences in manifest Presence of God, practice it in day to day living and also a tool for revival

Of a major doctrine of Evangelical.

505 TM Tabernacle of Moses

506 TS Temple of Solomon

508 TD Tabernacle of David

507TNT Tabernacle in The New Testament

508 TH Tabernacle in the Doctrine of The Church

 

 General B.A. Information

 

Total Credits Required = 120.

A minimum of 30 credits must be earned at ARTS 15 Bible Core credits and 15 Major Core credits.

All courses are 3 semester credit hours unless noted otherwise. A maximum of 90 credits

 may be satisfied via transfer credits or a combination of transfer credit and Undergraduate Portfolio

or Credits by Examination.  However, the combined credits for Undergraduate Portfolio or Credits by

 Examination cannot exceed 30 credits.

 

Graduation Requirements

 

1. Completion of the 98 credit with a minimum GPA of 2.5

2. Approval of the candidates for the degree by the Graduation Committee.

3. Full payment of all accounts.                                                        

 

 

MASTER OF ARTS IN  WORSHIP AND REVIVAL  MINISTRY

 

The MA in Worship and Music Ministry is a practical degree designed to address the learning needs of students currently in musical worship leadership or to prepare those intending to work in such contexts, particularly within the local church.  Students will incorporate biblical and theological studies, practical theology, and cultural literacy, in addition to specialized studies in worship and music ministry.

 

Distinctive
Distinctive features of this degree include music leadership studios designed to enhance the student's abilities within the context of a mentoring relationship and an integrative master's project that is linked to a supervised ministry experience.

Typical Students
Students pursuing the MA in Worship and Music Ministry degree should already have a strong background in music.

Normal Progression
This degree can be completed in two years.  However, many pursue the program on a part-time basis and thereby extend their study over a longer period of time. In addition to the daytime schedule and normal ten-week quarters, many evening courses and intensive ten-day courses are offered regularly, making possible a more flexible program of study.

Ministries
The MA in Worship and Music Ministry degree is designed to prepare students to serve as music ministers, worship leaders, or directors of worship arts at their local church.

Further Studies
this degree does not solely prepare students for doctoral studies.

Locations
The complete MA in Worship and Music Ministry degree can be earned in ARTS.

FIRST YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER

 

BS905 Biblical Studies                                                                          20 units

NT906 New Testament                                                                          8 units

 

IG907 Introduction to Gospels or Introduction to Acts-Revelation
New Testament Book Study

 

OT908 Old Testament                                                                           8 units

Pentateuch Old Testament Book Study

 Biblical Studies Elective                                                                       4 units


TS1000 Theological Studies                                                                  20 units
Either:

CH1001 Church History (12 units)
          
 Early Church History
           Medieval/Reformation History
           American or Modern Church History

                              or

STH1002 Systematic Theology                                                              12 units
           Theology and Anthropology                                                                                 
           Christology and Soteriology
           Ecclesiology and Eschatology                                                                              

E1003 Ethics                                                                                       4 units

 

SECOND SEMESTER

 

ThS1004Theological Studies Elective                                                      4units         

 

PTH 1003  Practical Theology                                                                8 units

FS1005 Foundational Spirituality                                                            4 units

CM1006Communication                                                                        4 units

 

CL1007Cultural Literacy                                                                       12 units

E1008 Ethnicity                                                                                     4 units

WR1009World Religions                                                                         4 units

C1010Culture                                                                                       4 units

 

SECOND YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER

 

CR1011Concentration Requirements (24 units)Take each of the following  20 units

MW103Music in Worship: History, Practice, and Theology
            Worship Ministry and the Lord’s Day
            Theology of Music
            Music for the Church Year
 MWLP1012Musical Worship Leadership Practicum’s                           6 units

Choose one of the following (4 units)                                               8unitts
EMC1012Exegeting a Musical Culture                                               8units

 

EM1015   Ethnomusicology: Theory and Analysis                              8units

MP1016 Masters Project/Supervised Ministry                                    8 units

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER

Choose one of the following (2 units)
WTAFI1016Worship, Theology and the Arts full-time internship            2units
WTAPI1017 Worship, Theology and the Arts part-time internship         2 units

DPS1018 Directed Practical Study                                                    2 units
MP1019 Masters Project                                                                   4 units

1022Tabernacle                                                                              12 units

D1025Demonology                                                                         12 units

 

 

 

MASTER IN THEOLOGY DEGREE

 

Every Module Units Required: 96

 

The MA in Theology degree is a two-year graduate theological program covering a wide range of general and specialized subjects.

 

Distinctive:
This degree prepares students for leadership in a wide range of vocations by cultivating skills in the study and interpretation of Scripture. It enables students to fashion a systematic theological framework, and develop an understanding of the origin and growth of the Christian tradition in all its richness and diversity.

Typical Students
Students in this program desire to be well prepared biblically and theologically in a very flexible program to serve in the church or the marketplace more effectively.

Normal Progression
The MA in Theology degree can be completed in two years. However, many students pursue the program on a part-time basis and thereby extend their study over a longer period of time. In addition to the daytime schedule and normal ten-week quarters, a full range of evening courses and intensive ten-day courses are offered regularly, making possible a flexible program of study.

Ministries
The degree prepares students for work in the church, parachurch, or the marketplace.

Further Studies
The MA in Theology degree can serve as an academic prerequisite for doctoral studies. If interested in PhD studies, the MA in Theology, Biblical Studies and Theology formats may provide the prerequisite master's degree for consideration to a PhD program. Please consult the requirements for your desired doctoral program to ensure this degree meets the academic prerequisite for admission.

Locations
                                                                           

The complete MA in Theology degree in ARTS.

 

FIRST YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER

 

BS905 Biblical Studies                                                                                  24 units
1018 NT New Testament                                                                               8 units
 Introduction to Gospels or Introduction to Acts-Revelation
 1019 NTBS New Testament Book Study

1010 OT Old Testament                                                                                8 units
            Pentateuch
           Old Testament Book Study

 

SECOND SEMESTER

 

OT908 Biblical Studies Electives                                                                 8 units

CH1001 Theological Studies                                                                       24 units
Either:

1022Tabernacle                                                                                       12 units

CH1001 Early Church History                                                                                                                                                                                 Medieval/Reformation History
           American or Modern Church History

   Or                                                                                                                                                 

STH1002 Systematic Theology                                                                  12 units
           Theology and Anthropology
           Christology and Soteriology
           Ecclesiology and Eschatology

SECOND YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER

1020 Ethics                                                                                                  4 units
ThS1004Theological Studies Electives                                                            8 units

PTH 1003  Practical Theology                                                                        12 units
FS1005 Foundational Spirituality                                                                    4 units
1021Spirituality Elective                                                                               4units

D1025Demonology                                                                                      12 units

 SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                  4 units
CM1006Communication                                                                                4 units

CL1007Cultural Literacy                                                                               12 units
E1008Ethnicity                                                                                             4 units
1023World Religions                                                                                     4 units
1022Tabernacle                                                                                          12 units



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