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Ministry of Amora Deliverance Theological Institution
Ministry of Amora Deliverance Theological Institution
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Tribute To The Original Founder (Apostle Arturo Skinner………………………………………………….2
Current Founders of ADTI……………………………………………………………………………….......6
Tribute To Dr(s) Harold L. and Flora Shindoll………………………………………………………………7
A Word From The Vice Chancellor………………………………………………………………………….9
A Word From The Dean of Students………………………………………………………………………...10
Faculty List…………………………………………………………………………………………………...11
National Christian Counselors Association…………………………………………………………………..12
Statement of Faith.............................................................................................................................................13
Statement of Purpose.........................................................................................................................................14
Notice of Religious Exemption….....................................................................................................................15
General Information about ADTI......................................................................................................................18
Associate Degree Program…………………………………………………………………………………….24
Bachelor Degree Program..................................................................................................................................32
Master Degree Program.....................................................................................................................................52
Doctorate Degree Program…………………………………………………………………….………………58
Course Description…………………………………………………………………………………...…….….65
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Tribute To
God’s Last Day Apostle
Apostle Arturo Skinner
Founder of The Deliverance Bible Institute
(The Foundation Institution for Amoral Deliverance Theological Institution)
1924-1975
Our Founder was born Arthur Alfred Skinner to Ethel Rhoda and James Leon Skinner on December
15, 1924 in Brooklyn, New York. Along with his two older brothers, James, Jr. (Bucky) and Clyde
and half brother Irving, the family crowded into a small cold flat on the 1700 block of Fulton Street.
Eventually his father left the family to return to his native Barbados, where
he remained until his death in 1945.
“Arturo” earned his nickname because of his West Indies background and
flamboyant personality. As a child he was a natural entertainer. Growing up
in Jewish neighborhoods he took odd jobs and learned Yiddish fluently and
served as a translator for Jews in the community who only spoke Hebrew.
Work aside, Arturo’s real joy – and pride – came from dancing in the
streets. All his creative energy and talent would exude as he tapped his way
on busy street corners, eager for the audience, the applause and the coins
that came his way at the end of the performance. He was a master of
tapping and performing all the latest ballroom dances. In spite of the money
he earned, life was extremely hard for the family. So at fifteen he left school to work as a shipping
clerk to help maintain the household.
Being a clerk was short lived. Encouraged by a talent scout, Arturo soon began to frequent Harlem
trying to establish his career as entertainer. Eventually he became caught up in a whirlwind, dancing
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his way across nightclub strips and even appearing in several Broadway
musicals. Money poured in – and quickly went out. He loved fine clothes,
jewelry, and even started collecting ceramic dogs (a hobby he maintained
for the rest of his life). Arturo became a heavy social drinker and
eventually turned to drugs to try to maintain a euphoria that was quickly
fading.
Twenty-eight years of Arturo Skinner’s life had gone by before his
miraculous conversion came while on the brink of suicide in 1952. He
reached his crisis the year following his mother’s death after suffering a
stroke at the age of 61. That faithful night two voices conflicted inside of
him. One compelling him to “go were your mother is” the other saying “Arturo, I want you to turn
your life over to me. Give me your heart”. According to Arturo Skinner, he received his salvation in
the middle of Brooklyn’s busy Atlantic Avenue thoroughfare, when Jesus prevented him from taking
his own life.
Determined to start anew, he gave away custom-made furniture, opened his closets to friends and
withdrew the little money he had from the bank and proclaimed that it was going towards working
for God. With a few possessions and his mother Bible in hand, Arturo Skinner (he legally changed
his name sometime later) took a train to Hartford, Connecticut and spent the next 56 days in the
Allen Hotel. He recalled later that those were some of the most torturous days and nights of his
whole life, as God prepared him for ministry through dreams and
visions.
Fully recovered, he returned to New York and promptly attended the
Bethel Bible Institute in Jamaica, Long Island, New York, where he
received the baptism of the Holy Ghost. It was during this time that
he went to live in the home of the esteemed Judge James Lopez
Watson, Jr. and his mother, Mrs. Viola Watson, who influenced him
greatly and whom he considered his adopted parents. He and Judge Watson remained close friends
for the rest of his life. While living in the Watson home, he worked as a houseboy to earn the money
required for his personal sustenance and study.
He graduated from the Institute and was ordained as an evangelist on Psalm Sunday, 1952 and soon
after started holding evangelistic services and tent meetings. Many people that came to his services
were healed as countless miracles began to occur.
After three and a half years the people who supported his meetings, insisted that Arturo locate a
church home. The church began simply by holding meetings in the home of Mother Mary Armarty.
As the power of God worked through Apostle Skinner, the congregation soon outgrew her living
room and moved to a storefront on Pershing Avenue in Newark, New Jersey, then to Springfield
Avenue, which also became too small.
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The congregation outgrew several other locations including the Masonic Temple at 188 Belmont
Avenue before they marched, one Sunday morning, into a new building, the Central Avenue Theatre,
at 505 Central Avenue in Newark. The Theatre became the Newark Deliverance Evangelistic
Center's first headquarters, holding about 1500 people. Deliverance was being born thought Apostle
Skinner still hesitated to put a pattern or formula to his ministry.
Meanwhile there was still a need for ministry to continue in Brooklyn. So Apostle Skinner
conducted Saturday night Deliverance rallies, beginning
first at 182 Gates Avenue. As in Newark, the swelling
attendance kept forcing the rallies to still larger
accommodations, eventually they where moved into the
Bedford Street YMCA.
Finally, Reverend Skinner ventured forth and bought
another theatre building, the old Kismet Theatre at 785
DeKalb Avenue. The Kismet held close to 2,000 people –
and soon, it too, was holding packed services. Renamed The
Deliverance Tabernacle, it was purchased to
accommodate w e e k l y s e r v i c e s , house church staff, the printing ministry, and the other
mechanics of what was now growing into an i n t e r n a t i o n a l ministry. The v i s i o n of
Deliverance was e x p a n d i n g in Arturo Skinner’s mind as he continued to seek God’s counsel for
the future. In 1957 he was inspired to create the Deliverance Evangelistic Centers, I n c ., Worldwide.
He said, “Deliverance is not as an organization, but an organism of the Body of Christ”.
The man who once so desperately needed saving, was now
responsible – through the message of deliverance – for saving
countless thousands of lives by transmitting his own powerful
belief of salvation to his huge flock. This sizeable feat was
being accomplished through weekly services, and the weekly
DEC radio broadcast, which was embraced by people in the
United States as well as Mexico, Canada and the Caribbean
Islands. Outreach was also accomplished through various huge
Crusade caravans that traveled cross-country. DEC outreach
ministry, spread throughout the world, because of Pastor
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Skinners heartfelt desire to "reach and win 10 million souls in every corner
of the world for Christ" with the message of Deliverance. Apostle Skinner
made history when rented Madison Square Garden in New York City and
preached to a capacity crowd.
On April 28, 1963 Apostle Arturo Sinner, along side his friend and brother
Reverend Charles Miles, Pastor of International Gospel Center in Ecorse,
Michigan, were consecrated to the office of Apostle by Reverend J. L.
Alaman. The Deliverance Ministry was growing and would eventually
include between 40 and 50 affiliated churches worldwide.
In 1973 DEC Ministries purchased its present headquarters church, the former Temple B’nai
Abraham at 621 Clinton Avenue, in the Clinton Hill section of Newark, New Jersey. Apostle
Skinner paid $250,000 in cash to the B’nai Abraham
Congregation. Deliverance now had room to grow as
the main sanctuary seated 2,000 people. Apostle
Skinner’s vision was flourishing: God’s deliverance
was indeed taking the land.
After h a v i n g l a i d the foundation and spreading
the Deliverance Ministry around the world,
Apostle A r t u r o A r t h u r S k i n n e r d i e d suddenly
on March 20, 1975 and was buried in his hometown
of B r o o k l yn , N e w York. Three months later, in June of
1975,A p o s t l e R a l p h G. S h a m m a h Nichol formally succeeded
him as Senior Pastor and Overseer of DEC Ministries.
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Amora Deliverance Theological Institution
Current Founders
1981-Presents
ADTI Class of 2006
42 Years Later
Welcome and thank you for considering Amora Deliverance Theological Institution (A.D.T.I.)
as
your college of Christian Educational enhancement. We are excited to announce our affiliation with the
National Christian Counselors Association (N.C.C.A.) of Sarasota, Florida which is an accredited Christian
Pastoral Counseling Licensure/Certification and Board Certification degree issuing institution. ADTI is a
Certified Academic Institution of NCCA and is authorized and certified to offer their program of study in
North Carolina. Together we will be able to assist you in achieving your Christian Education goals and
objectives, specifically in the areas of Pastoral Christian Counseling. (See their website at www.ncca.org.)
The degree programs of study offered by Amora Deliverance Theological Institution have been declared
exempt from the requirements for licensure under provisions of North Carolina General Statue Section (G.S.)
116-15(d) for exemption from licensure with respect to religious education….Exemption from licensure is
not based upon any assessment of program quality under established licensing standards. (Please read the
Licensure vs. Accreditation statement enclosed with this packet). We provide a certificate of completion
for each course, a one year diploma, a two year Associate degree, four year bachelor in our under-graduate
studies, as well as our post graduate and graduate courses to include M.Div., Master of Theology, and Doctor
of Theology.
We have served the Body of Christ for more than 30 years with results that will only be fully recognized
in glory. Many have established new careers as well as enhanced their God given talents, skills and abilities
to further the gospel of Jesus Christ. This, too, can be your new beginning. Remember, Christian Education
don’t cost, but pays, with interest beyond this world. May God continue to bless you and yours is our prayer.
Yours because of Christ,
Lonnie Sessoms, Jr.
Apostle Lonnie Sessoms, Jr., Ph.D.
Founder/President/Chancellor
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Tribute To Dr. Harold L. Shindoll & Mrs. Flora Shindoll
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Message from the Chancellor
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Message from the Vice-Chancellor
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Message from the Dean of Students
“These were more noble than those in Thessalonica, in that
they received the word with all readiness of mind, and
searched the scriptures daily, whether those things were so.”
–Acts 17:11
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Faculty List
Faculty
Lonnie Sessoms, Jr., BTh, MTh, D.D., PhD, LPN
Licensing Program for Christian
Counselors/ C.A.I. Course Professor
Jacquelyn Pollock, BTh, MTh, Th.D., LPN
Christian Counseling
Carolyn A. Thomas BTh, MTh, ThD
Pastoral Counseling
Queen Sessoms, BTh, MTh, ThD
Biblical Studies
Myron McAuley, ThD
Biblical Studies
Carolyn McAuely, BA, BTh, ThD
Christian Education
Pamela Adams, Chaplain, ThD
Christian Fine Arts
Joyce A. Adams, ThD
Church Administration
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National Christian Counselors Association (N.C.C.A.)
Amora Deliverance Theological Institution has been a Certified Academic Institution of the National Christian
Counselors Association of Sarasota, Florida since 2008. National Christian Counselors Association
In 1981, Drs. Richard and Phyllis Arno established the National Christian Counselors Association (NCCA) as a
non-profit corporation in order to conduct research and develop a therapeutic procedure based on Scripture. The
procedure would accomplish three essential goals:
✝ Enable the candidate to learn the system easily and relatively quickly
✝ Save pastors and Christian counselors precious time in counseling sessions
✝ Produce effective, positive, and more immediate results with those being counseled
Drs. Arno developed the system over seven years through systematic research with over 5,000 individuals. The
counselees sought help for depression, inter/intra-personal conflict, marriage and family dysfunctions and anxiety.
The purpose of the research was to: (1) increase the effectiveness of the NCCA’s therapeutic procedure; (2)
measure the percentage of success within a controlled environment; and (3) develop an accurate clinical testing
procedure for initial identification of the counselee’s temperament (spiritual genetics). In-depth studies were
conducted on all current psychological tests and/or behavioral inventories. For many reasons, the NCCA selected
the FIRO-B, which was developed by Dr. Will Schutz, as its initial measuring device or questionnaire. The NCCA
named its analysis procedure the Temperament Analysis Profile (TAP), which reveals the "hidden problems" that
normally take the counselor seven or eight sessions to identify.
In November 2000 the NCCA changed the name from the Temperament Analysis Profile to the Arno Profile
System (APS) in honor of its’ developers. Presently, over 4,000 pastors and professional counselors rely on the
Arno Profile System to aid them in their counseling efforts. These counselors report an accuracy rate of over ninety
percent (90%) in identifying an individual’s correct (in-born, God-given) temperament.
How the NCCA Credentials Help You Personally and Professionally
Potential counselors often ask about the benefits of the training and obtaining certification or license from the
NCCA Of course, the main benefit is knowledge. The training you receive provides a deep spiritual insight into
understanding human behavior and relating to others. This knowledge is valuable in every area of life, including
your ability to help those who are hurting.
Having NCCA credentials ensures that you are recognized within your community as a qualified Christian/Pastoral
counselor. The community can be assured that your credentials are authentic and current.
Other benefits available to NCCA members include qualifying for professional liability insurance, networking with
other counselors and the opportunity to earn continuing education credits at seminars and conferences. In addition,
the NCCA offers assistance to its members with regard to degree transfer work and fulfillment of academic goals.
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Statement of Faith
We believe the Bible is the literal, infallible, and inspired Word of God, and is the final
authority on all matters of faith and life (Matthew 24:35; II Timothy 3:16-17; II Peter 1:3-4).
We believe there is one God who is revealed to us in three distinct manifestations; the Father,
the Son, and the Holy Spirit (John 1:1-4, 14; Romans 8:9; II Corinthians 13:14).
We believe in the virgin birth of Jesus, His death, burial and bodily resurrection.
We believe in His complete deity and humanity; that He is fully God and came in the likeness
of man, God incarnate (Romans 1:3-4; John 1:1-14; I Timothy 3:16).
We believe Christ’s atoning sacrifice on Calvary has made possible the salvation of all
mankind, by Grace through Faith, and that a Christian stands and lives by the faith of the Son
of God (Ephesians 2:8-9; Titus 3:5; Galatians 2:16; Hebrews 9:12).
We believe in the present day New Testament ministry of the Holy Spirit (Mark 16:20; II
Corinthians 5:17-19).
We believe in His appearing in and through the Body of Christ, and His eminent physical
return (Revelation 20:11-15; I Corinthians 15:13-17; John 14:20, 23; II Peter 1:4).
We believe that God was in Christ reconciling all the world unto Himself, and that the
ministry of reconciliation has been given to the Body of Christ (John 3:16-17; II Corinthians
5:18-21).
We believe in the bodily resurrection and righteous judgment of all mankind (Acts 26:8;
Revelation 21:11-15).
We believe that when matters in the scripture appear to be ambiguous, the Christian should
seek the leading of the Holy Spirit, and the witness of the Word of God for direction (Romans
14:4-5; Philippians 2:12).
We believe in water baptism as an act of obedience to the Word of God (Matthew 28:19; Acts
2:38; Mark 16:16).
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Statement of Purpose
It is the purpose of the Amora Deliverance Theological Institution to provide professional
undergraduate and graduate level programs, which will equip the practitioners of ministry,
the Pastor, Evangelist, Missionary, Chaplain, Christian Educator, Bible Counselor, Church
Member and those engaged in other areas of Christian service. It is to equip the children of
God as they yields to the leadership of the Holy Spirit of God, to rightly divide the Word of
Truth. ADTI recognizes the work of the ministry as a divine calling, and also recognizes God’s
mandate in II Timothy 2:15, for the requirement to study for the ministry.
It is also the purpose of ADTI to offer this training to all Christians desiring a solid biblical
education, regardless of race, ethnic origin, or religious background.
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Notice of Exemption Statement From The University of
North Carolina Board of Governors
Degree program(s) of study offered by Amora Deliverance Theological Institution have been
declared exempt from the requirements for licensure under the provisions of North Carolina General
Statues (G.S.) 116-15(d) for exemption from licensure with respect to religious
education….Exemption from licensure is not based upon any assessment of program quality under
established licensing standards.
There is no requirement for secular accreditation for Christian colleges and seminaries, that do not
issue secular degrees. Most such schools do not believe that it is right for Christians schools,
offering only theological training to come under the secular accreditation system, as these agencies
can regulate what you can and cannot teach. We do feel however, that it is vitally important that
Christian accreditation be established, to insure the proper standards of academic excellence within
Christian education.
Please read the follow excerpt from the UNC Board of Governor concerning Licensure vs.
Accreditation:
Difference Between Licensure and Accreditation
The Board of Governors as agent of the State regulates nonpublic post-secondary degree activity in
North Carolina through a licensing process. Licensure is required by law. Accreditation, on the
other hand, is not a requirement of law: it is a status sought voluntarily by an institution from a group
of peer institutions and is accomplished by a voluntary, nongovernmental body called an accrediting
commission. For more information on Accreditation visit: http://www.sacs.org
State licensure fulfills a consumer protection function, protecting potential and enrolled students and
employers, as well as the public in general. It substantiates minimum educational quality and is
prerequisite to, among other things, receipt by institutions and their students of sizeable sums of
public funds derived from the taxing power of the State. Accreditation commissions also provide
consumer protection, but their primary purpose is to serve those institutions that called them into
being.
State licensure precedes accreditation; and it is the first requirement an institution must meet to be
eligible for accreditation and for various programs of the United State Office of Education and other
federal student financial aid agencies.
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Administrative Staff
Lonnie Sessoms, Jr, BTH, MTH, DD , PhD
Chancellor
Queen E. Sessoms, MTh, D.D., PhD
Vice Chancellor
Joyce A. Sessoms, MTh, PhD
Dean of Students
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Information on class schedules, other courses available, student payment agreements and
work/study grants may be obtained by contacting us at:
Amora Deliverance Theological Institution
319 Brower Road
Cameron, North Carolina 28326
Phone (910) 774-9273
Mailing Address:
Post Office Box 43605
Fayetteville, North Carolina 28309
Dr. Joyce A. Adamss – Dean of Student Affairs
Email Address: [email protected]
ADTI Email Address: [email protected]
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General Information
STUDENT SERVICE
A counseling center is provided to help students with academic advice, personal, educational, and
emotional problems. The service is free to students and staff. It will also be open to the public to
serve them and to provide counseling experience for our counseling majors and interns, under staff
supervision.
QUALITY OF INSTRUCTION
Each staff, faculty and board member must be in agreement with the ADTI Statement of Faith, and
Purpose, and be a member in good standing of a bible-believing church. We have qualified people
with Bachelor Degrees and Master Degrees to teach our students. Technical classes may be taught
by those who the board approves as qualified. No course will be offered with inferior instruction.
STUDY PROGRAMS
Classroom - Available at all campus locations.
Directed Studies - Course video/audio productions & publications are available in English through
all campuses.
Seminar Study - Seminars covering first through fourth year curriculum, can be scheduled for your
church, if at least ten students are enrolled.
CLEP Credit - Study credits for applicable life experience may, after evaluation, be applied toward
your undergraduate course requirement.
Transfer Credits - Study credits obtained from other institutions, bible or other secular schools,
which are applicable to our curriculum may, after evaluation, be applied toward your undergraduate
course requirement.
Trimester Length - There will be three trimesters of fifteen (15) weeks each, with a two (2) week
break between each trimester and allowing one (1) week vacation between Christmas and New Year
holidays.
Credits - The unit of credit is based on the trimester hour, one trimester hour represents three class
and lab hours (either on campus or at the student’s home) per week for fifteen weeks. This equals 45
hours per 3 credit hours course.
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The 45 hours required to complete a 3 credit hour course may also be obtained in a seminar setting
of four, 3 hour sessions and 33 hours of reading assignments, research, assessment and reports, as
well as answering designated questions pertaining to the subject matter.
Directed Study Courses are also offered which requires approximately 45 hours of home study,
assessments and reports, and answering designated questions.
Transfer Policy - ADTI will accept college credits from all schools within our accreditation
associations and other Christian colleges and universities with whom we have established an
associate agreement. After evaluation of the credits for compatibility with our curriculum, we will
be willing to transfer credit for credit up to three (3) credits per course. The option to accept credits
rests with the receiving school.
Transfer Credits - When transferring into an Associate Degree program or a Bachelor Degree
program, we will accept equivalent credits from other qualified colleges, providing the grade is “C”
or above has been received, and the subjects are compatible with our curriculum.
Conversion of Credits - There are many major churches and outstanding bible institutes that cannot
offer college credits, but can and do offer institute credits, and continuing education credits. Having
been associated with many of these churches and institutes, and having evaluated the academic
excellence of their study programs, we may determine to convert credits that are appropriate to our
study programs.
CLEP of Credits: For Life Experience - Men and women of God who have not had the
opportunity to pursue formal bible training; but have dedicated their lives to the service of the
ministry; are now able to receive credits for the time they have labored in the ministry. To qualify, a
student must be a least thirty (30) years of age with a minimum of five (5) years in the ministry.
Upon evaluation of the information given by the student with his/her application, ADTI is authorized
to award up to six (6) credit hours for each year of full time Christian service. Credits earned
through experience can only apply to undergraduate courses.
How to Apply for Advance Entrance - Submit with your application a complete resume of your
ministerial experience; transcripts from previous colleges; and detailed information from church
studies and other Christian institutes for which you have not obtained college credits. Upon
evaluation, you will be informed of your advance entrance status. At least twenty (24) credit hours
must be taken through one of the ADTI study programs.
Transient Status - If a student desires to take a class which ADTI does not offer, the student may
request permission from the Dean to take the class from another college. The Dean will investigate
the student’s needs as well as the other class. If permission is granted, the Dean will provide a
transient letter for the admissions officer of the other college. Each class will have to be handled as
a separate issue.
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We will accept transient students from other colleges. They must provide a transient letter from the
parent college at the time of application. Transient student grades are not transferred automatically.
A transcript must be requested in writing at the end of the transient period.
DROP/ADD REFUND POLICY:
A student may drop classes for full refund, or may change classes, after the end of the first session of
the course, but not later than the beginning of the second session of the course. After the beginning
of the second session there will be no refund, and the classes cannot be changed. After the
Drop/Add period, the student must not only pay for the course, but if the student does not finish the
course, he/she will be given a grade of incomplete.
TRANSCRIPTS:
In keeping with the privacy act, transcripts must be requested in writing (typed or printed) by the
student. The date, student number, student telephone number and student’s signature must be clearly
written. The transcript fee must be included. {DO NOT SEND CASH}.
If the student is using the ADTI Transcript Request Form, fill in all requested information.
If the student is not using the ADTI form, include the student social security number, the name that
the student record is listed under, the date the student last attended, the name and address of the
person to receive transcripts, and how many copies are to be sent.
GRADING SYSTEM
Grade
Percent
Point Average
A
95% - 100%
3.6 - 4.0
B
85% - 94%
3.0 - 3.5
C
70% - 84%
2.4 - 2.9
D
60% - 69%
1.6 - 2.3
F
below 60%
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FINANCIAL INFORMATION
Tuition and Fees Schedule
Application Fee:
$175.00
*Registration Fee
(nonrefundable)
$100.00
*Evaluation Fee
(one time charge)
$75.00
Tuition:
Classroom Study
(per credit hour)
$58.50
Seminar
(per credit hour)
$58.50
Directed Study
(per credit hour)
S42.00
Life Experience
(per credit hour)
$15.50
Transfer
(per credit hour)
$12.00
Master Program
(per credit hour)
$55.00
Doctorate Program
(per credit hour)
Miscellaneous Charges
Replacement of ID Card
$10.00
Replacement of correspondence manual
$15.00
Transcripts (first one free)
$20.00
Replacement of Certificate
$25.00
Return check fee
$35.00
Late fee of monthly payment
$15.00
Graduation fee (excludes robes, invitations, etc)
$200.00
Class Ring
$200.00
Alumni Registration Fee (Receive Alumni Lapel Pin)
$100.00 (for three (3) years)
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Textbooks and Lab Materials
To keep tuition and fees as low as possible, the required textbooks and lab materials are not included
in the program tuition and fees. Since we have developed our studies primarily around the Word of
God, only a few textbooks are required. Most of you however, should begin to establish your own
library, by purchasing study helps and other reference books, at your own pace and financial
circumstances. Each of you will receive a list of textbooks required for the year in which you are
studying. You may elect to order from our Fayetteville campus bookstore, or from a local bible
bookstore.
FINANCIAL AID
Student Loans - A student loan is available for your annual tuition upon request. The terms are:
10% down with the balance in ten (10) equal monthly payments. All other fees must be paid at, or
within thirty (30) days after enrollment.
Work Study - Work study scholarships are available to those who demonstrate financial need and
maintain a “C” or better average. Work study students will be allowed the equivalent of $5.50 an
hour toward their tuition, and may not work for more than 30% of his/her tuition.
At the Master level, teaching fellowships are available to those who qualify. Teaching Fellowships
are awarded on qualification rather than need, and are a requirement for the completion of the
Master and program. A teaching fellowship consists of free classes for the term in which the student
is teaching. Special arrangements will be made for those students who are on teaching fellowship
but are not participating in on - campus study programs.
Discount - All ministers in full time ministry will receive a 10% discount. A copy of your license,
or ordination certificate, and proof of your full time status must be submitted to receive this discount.
Additional discounts may also be available to you on an individual basis, so please inquire at
enrollment.
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STANDARD ADTI PROGRAMS
PREREQUISITE FOR ENTRANCE - All prospective students for studies in Amora Deliverance
Theological Institution, must have completed their high school education or equivalent. There is no
age limitation as long as all other requirements are met.
COURSE CERTIFICATE - A course certificate is issued after completion of an individual course
for all non-degree students. The certificate identifies the courses taken, the grade received, the date
completed, the student’s name and the number of hours of study.
ONE YEAR DIPLOMA - A one year diploma is awarded on satisfactory completion of the first
year curriculum of any one of the Bachelor Programs. The diploma identifies the course taken, the
date completed, the student’s name, the number of hours of study and the name of the study
program.
ASSOCIATE DEGREE
An Associate Degree is conferred on students after satisfactory completing the first and second year
curriculum of their Bachelor Degree program for the following programs. A total of twenty (20)
courses (60 credit hours) are required for an Associate Degree. In addition to the required credit
hours of study, each student must complete eight (8) hours of intern volunteer service in their major
under the supervision of their pastor or Christian school administrator each trimester.
ASSOCIATE DEGREE:
Prerequisite: Graduation from high school, GED or equivalent Diploma (for Foreign
Students).
Tuition: 3,840.00 ($64.00 X 60 credit hours).
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Associate of Theology in Biblical Studies
This program is a detailed study of Scripture designed to equip ministers, lay-ministers, and developing
theologians with special Biblical knowledge and theological analysis skills,
FIRST YEAR
CODE #
SUBJECT
BI
101
Bible 1 (How to Study the Bible)
3
BI
102
Bible II (Old Testament Survey)
3
BI
103
Bible III (New Testament Survey)
3
CS
101
Counseling 1 (Theory)
3
CS
102
Biblical Counseling 1
3
CS
103
Biblical Counseling II
3
EV
101
Evangelism 1 (One-on-One)
3
MN 101
Ministry 1 (Grace and Sovereignty)
3
MN 102
Ministry II (Creation and Fall)
3
SS
Christian Leadership
3
101
CREDITS
Total
30
SECOND YEAR
BI
201
Pentateuch 1 (Genesis-Exodus)
3
BI
202
Bible IV (Life and Teachings of Christ)
3
BI
205
Revelation
3
BI
206
Hebrews
3
BI
207
Ephesians-Galatians
3
CM 211
College Composition 1
3
CM 203
Speech 1
3
CM 206
Grammar
3
MN 201
Ministry III (Reconciliation)
3
MN 202
Ministry IV (Ministry of Reconciliation)
3
Total
30
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Associate of Theology in Ministry
(Major to be Selected)
This program is a detailed study of Scripture designed to equip ministers, lay-ministers, with the basic tools,
educational foundation, and Biblical knowledge needed as doses all general ministries.
FIRST YEAR
CODE #
SUBJECT
BI
101
Bible 1 (How to Study the Bible)
3
BI
102
Bible II (Old Testament Survey)
3
BI
103
Bible III (New Testament Survey)
3
CS
101
Counseling 1 (Theory)
3
EV
101
Evangelism 1 (One-on-One)
3
MN 102
Ministry 1 (Grace and Sovereignty)
3
MN 102
Ministry II (Creation and Fall of Man)
3
SS
Christian Leadership
3
101
CREDIT
100 Level Elective in Major
3
100 Level Elective in Major
3
SECOND YEAR
BI
201
Pentateuch 1 (Genesis-Exodus)
3
BI
202
Bible IV (Life and Teachings of Christ)
3
CM 203
Speech 1
3
CM 204
Speech II
3
CM 206
Grammar
3
CM 211
College Composition 1
3
MN 201
Ministry III (Reconciliation)
3
MN 202
Ministry IV (Ministry of Reconciliation)
3
200 Level Elective in Major
3
200 Level Elective in Major
3
200 Level Elective in Major
3
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Associate of Theology Degree in Pastoring and Leadership
FIRST YEAR
This program is designed to equip ministry professional and church leaders, e.g., pastors, evangelists, missionaries, local
church elders/leaders, with the basic tools, educational foundation, Biblical knowledge and leadership skills required to
be a successful leader and spiritual equipper and motivator of others for service.
CODE #
SUBJECT
CREDITS
BI
101
Bible 1 (How to Study the Bible)
3
BI
102
Bible II (Old Testament Survey)
3
BI
103
Bible III (New Testament Survey)
3
CS
101
Counseling 1 (Theory)
3
CS
102
Biblical Counseling 1
3
CS
103
Biblical Counseling II
3
Cm
101
College Composition I
3
MN 101
Ministry 1 (Grace and Sovereignty)
3
MN 102
Ministry II (Creation and Fall)
3
SS
Christian Leadership
3
101
Total
30
SECOND YEAR
BI
201
Pentateuch 1 (Genesis-Exodus)
3
BI
202
Bible IV (Life and Teachings of Christ)
3
BI
203
New Testament Greek I
3
BI
204
New Testament Greek II
3
BI
205
Revelation
3
BI
206
Hebrews
3
BI
207
Galatians-Ephesians
3
BI
208
Old Testament Hebrew I
3
BI
209
Old Testament Hebrew II
3
Ministry II (Reconciliation to God)
3
MN 201
Total
30
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Associate of Theology Degree in Pastoral Counseling
Pastoral Counseling
This program is designed to train ministers in the vocation of Christian Counseling, and to build the requisite educational
foundation and counseling internship for graduate degree programs in pastoral or Christian counseling.
FIRST YEAR
CODE #
SUBJECT
BI
101
Bible I
3
BI
102
Bible II (Old Testament Survey I)
3
BI
103
Bible III (New Testament Survey)
3
CC 101
Christian Counseling I (Theory)
3
CC 102
Biblical Counseling I
3
CC 103
Biblical Counseling II
3
CM 101
College Composition I
3
MN 101
Ministry I (Grace and Sovereignty)
3
MN 102
Ministry II (Creation and Fall)
3
SS
Christian Leadership
3
101
CREDITS
Total
30
Second Year
BI 201
Pentateuch I (Genesis – Exodus)
3
BI 202
Bible IV (Life and teaching of Christ)
3
BI 207
Galatians-Ephesians
3
CC 201
Counseling- Techniques I
3
CC 202
Counseling- Techniques II
3
CC 203
Case Studies
3
CM 203
Speech I
3
CM 408
Work of the Minister and Pastoral Care
3
MN 201
Ministry III (Reconciliation to God)
3
MN 402
Sonship
3
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Total
30
Associate of Theology Degree in Missions of Ministry
This program is designed to equip ministers wit5h the special tools, educational Foundations, Biblical and general
knowledge, as well as the specialized preparation needed for a ministry on foreign mission fields.
FIRST YEAR
CODE #
SUBJECT
CREDITS
BI 101
Bible I
3
BI 102
Bible II (Old testament Survey)
3
BI 103
Bible III (New Testament Survey)
3
CC 101
Christian Counseling I (Theory)
3
CC 102
Biblical Counseling I
3
CC 103
Biblical Counseling II
3
CM 101
College Composition I
3
MN 101
Ministry I (Grace and Sovereignty)
3
MN 102
Ministry II (Creation and Fall)
3
SS 101
Christian Leadership I
3
Total
30
SECOND YEAR
BI 201
Pentateuch I (Genesis-Exodus)
3
BI 202
Bible IV (Life and teaching of Christ)
3
BI 207
Galatians-Ephesians
3
CM 203
Speech I
3
CM 206
Grammer
3
MI 201
Missions III
3
MI 202
Missions Nutrition
3
MI 203
Missions Technology I
3
MN 201
Ministry III (Reconciliation to God)
3
MN 403
Ministering the Word
3
Total
30
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Associate of Theology Degree in Christian Education
Christian Education
This is a detailed program designed to equip and train aspiring teachers within Christian Educational systems, e.g., various
kinds of church schools and seminaries.
FIRST YEAR
CODE #
SUBJECT
CREDITS
BI 101
Bible I
3
BI 102
Bible II (Old Testament Survey )
3
BI 103
Bible III (New Testament Survey)
3
CC 101
Christian Counseling I (Theory)
3
ED 101
Education I
3
ED 102
Education – Early Childhood
3
ED 103
Education – Elementary School Child)
3
MN 101
Ministry I (Grave and Sovereignty)
3
MN 102
Ministry II (Creation and Fall)
3
SS 101
Christian Leadership I)
3
Total
30
SECOND YEAR
BI 201
Pentateuch I (Genesis-Exodus)
3
BI 202
Bible IV (Life & Teaching of Christ)
3
CM 101
College Composition I
3
CM 203
Speech I
3
CM 208
American Literature
3
ED 204
Elementary Education I
3
ED 205
Elementary Education II
3
ED 206
Elementary Education III
3
MN 201
Ministry III (Reconciliation to God)
3
MN 402
Sonship
3
Total
30
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Associate of Theology Degree in Church Administration
This program is designed for those who will be engaged in th3 busin3ss-administrative aspects of
ministries, e.g., local churches, Christian Schools and seminaries.
FIRST YEAR
CODE #
SUBJECT
CREDITS
AC 102
Basic Accounting
3
BA 102
Church Business I
3
BI 101
Bible I (How to Study The Bible)
3
BI 102
Bible II (Old Testament Survey)
3
BI 103
Bible III (New Testament Survey)
3
CC 101
Counseling I (Theory)
3
CM 101
College Composition I
3
MN 101
Ministry I (Grace and Sovereignty)
3
MN 102
Ministry II (Creation and Fall )
3
SS 101
Christian Leadership I
3
Total
30
SECOND YEAR
AC 201
Principles of Accounting
3
BA 205
Church Finance I
3
BA 208
Church Management
3
BI 201
Pentateuch I (Genesis-Exodus)
3
BI 202
Bible IV
3
BI 207
Galatians – Ephesians
3
CM 203
Speech I
3
MI 201
Ministry III (Reconciliation to God)
3
MN 402
Sonship
3
SS 204
Leadership II (Church Government)
3
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BACHELOR DEGREES
A Bachelor Degree is conferred on all students after satisfactory completing the four year curriculum for their
designated Bachelor Degree program. A total of forty (40) courses (120 credit hours) are required for a
Bachelor Degree. To earn a double Bachelor Degree a total of forty nine (49) courses are required (147 credit
hours) are required. In addition to the required credit hours of study, each student must complete eight (8)
hours of intern volunteer service in their major under the supervision of their pastor or Christian school
administrator each trimester.
BACHELOR DEGREES:
Prerequisite: Graduation from high school, GED or equivalent Diploma (for Foreign
Students).
Tuition: $8,064.00 ($64.00 X 126 credit hours).
Bachelor of Theology in Biblical Studies:
The Bachelor of Biblical Studies is designed for pastors, teachers, and Christians interested in the
detailed study of scripture.
Bachelor of Theology in Ministry:
The Bachelor of Ministry is designed for pastors, missionaries, evangelists, music and other fine arts
ministries, administrators and those who deal with the practical aspects of the ministry.
Bachelor of Theology in Pastoral Counseling:
The Bachelor of Pastoral Counseling is designed to train Christian counselors.
Bachelor of Theology in Missions:
The Bachelor of Missions is designed to prepare missionaries and those who have a calling to the
mission field.
Bachelor of Theology in Christian Education:
The Bachelor of Christian Education is designed for teachers of Christian pre-schools, elementary
schools, secondary schools, Sunday schools, bible schools and seminaries.
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BACHELOR OF THEOLOGY CURRICULUM
The following curriculum is standard for the particular degree designated. However, within
the established parameters of minimum required major and minor courses, and with the
approval of the Dean, there can be changes made to this curriculum to better suit the students
particular needs.
Note: With approval of the Dean of the student’s campus: Up to, but not exceeding, eight (8)
elective courses may be substituted for some of the standard courses, in the Bachelor Degree
programs except as noted.
STANDARD DEGREE CURRICULUM
BACHELOR PROGRAM
Bachelor of Theology in Biblical Studies
This program is a detailed study of Scripture designed to equip ministers, lay-ministers, and
developing theologians with special Biblical knowledge and theological analysis skills,
FIRST YEAR
CODE #
SUBJECT
CREDITS
BI
101
Bible 1 (How to Study the Bible)
3
BI
102
Bible II (Old Testament Survey)
3
BI
103
Bible III (New Testament Survey)
3
CS
101
Counseling 1 (Theory)
3
CS
102
Biblical Counseling 1
3
CS
103
Biblical Counseling II
3
EV
101
Evangelism 1 (One-on-One)
3
MN
101
Ministry 1 (Grace and Sovereignty)
3
MN
102
Ministry II (Creation and Fall)
3
SS
101
Christian Leadership
3
Total
30
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SECOND YEAR
BI
201
Pentateuch 1 (Genesis-Exodus)
3
BI
202
Bible IV (Life and Teachings of Christ)
3
BI
205
Revelation
3
BI
206
Hebrews
3
BI
207
Ephesians-Galatians
3
CM 211
College Composition 1
3
CM 203
Speech 1
3
CM 206
Grammar
3
MN 201
Ministry III (Reconciliation)
3
MN 202
Ministry IV (Ministry of Reconciliation)
3
Total
30
THIRD YEAR
BI
203
New Testament Greek 1
3
BI
208
Old Testament Hebrew 1
3
BI
301
Pentateuch II (Leviticus-Numbers-Deuteronomy)
3
BI
302
Joshua-Judges-Samuel
3
BI
303
Acts-Timothy-Titus-Philemon
3
BI
304
Psalms-Proverbs
3
BI
305
Kings-Chronicles
3
BI
306
I and II Corinthians
3
MN 301
The Teaching Ministry
3
RG
Physiology of Religion
3
303
Total
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FOURTH YEAR
BI
401
Romans
3
BI
402
Isaiah
3
BI
403
Ezekiel-Daniel
3
BI
404
Minor Prophets
3
BI
405
Philipians-Colossians-I and II Thessalonia
3
BI
406
The Epistles of Peter-John-Jude
3
CM
404
Homiletics 1
3
CM
BI
405
206
Homiletics II
Hebrews - Internship
3
3
BI
207
Ephesians-Galatians-Internship
3
Total
30
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BACHELOR OF THEOLOGY IN GENERAL MINISTRY
(Major to be Selected)
This program is a detailed study of Scripture designed to equip ministers, lay-ministers, with
the basic tools, educational foundation, and Biblical knowledge needed as doses all general
ministries.
FIRST YEAR
CODE #
SUBJECT
BI
101
Bible 1 (How to Study the Bible)
3
BI
102
Bible II (Old Testament Survey)
3
BI
103
Bible III (New Testament Survey)
3
CS
101
Counseling 1 (Theory)
3
EV
101
Evangelism 1 (One-on-One)
3
MN 102
Ministry 1 (Grace and Sovereignty)
3
MN 102
Ministry II (Creation and Fall of Man)
3
SS
Christian Leadership
3
101
100
100
CREDIT
Level Elective in Major
3
Level Elective in Major
3
30
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SECOND YEAR
BI
201
Pentateuch 1 (Genesis-Exodus)
3
BI
202
Bible IV (Life and Teachings of Christ)
3
CM 203
Speech 1
3
CM 204
Speech II
3
CM 206
Grammar
3
CM 211
College Composition 1
3
MN 201
Ministry III (Reconciliation)
3
MN 202
Ministry IV (Ministry of Reconciliation)
3
200 Level Elective in Major
3
200 Level Elective in Major
3
200 Level Elective in Major
3
THIRD YEAR
BI
301
Pentateuch II (Lev.-Num.-Deut.)
3
BI
302
Joshua-Judges-Samuel
3
BI
303
Acts-Timothy-Titus-Philemon
3
BI
304
Psalms-Proverbs
3
BI
305
Kings-Chronicles
3
BI
306
I and II Corinthians
3
CM 302
Counseling Children - Youth - Aged
3
CM 303
Counseling Disturbed - Handicapped
3
EV 301
Evangelism III (Conduct Revivals)
3
RG 301
History of Religion II
3
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FOURTH YEAR
BI
401
Romans
3
BI
402
Isaiah
3
BI
403
Ezekiel - Daniel
3
BI
404
Minor Prophets
3
BI
405
Philippians-Colossians-I & II Thessalonia
3
BI
406
The Epistles of Peter-John-Jude
3
CM 404
Homiletics 1
3
CM 405
Homiletics II
3
CS
401
Family Counseling
3
CS
402
Practicuum
3
Internship – Two selected courses
6
Note: There are other Bachelor Degree Programs in; Pastoral and Leadership,
Christian Education, Missions, and Ministry Management. These programs
can be developed to suit your own particular ministry needs.
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PASTORING AND LEADERSHIP
(Major to be Selected)
FIRST YEAR
This program is designed to equip ministry professional and church leaders, e.g., pastors,
evangelists, missionaries, local church elders/leaders, with the basic tools, educational foundation,
Biblical knowledge and leadership skills required to be a successful leader and spiritual equipper and
motivator of others for service.
CODE #
SUBJECT
CREDITS
BI
101
Bible 1 (How to Study the Bible)
3
BI
102
Bible II (Old Testament Survey)
3
BI
103
Bible III (New Testament Survey)
3
CS
101
Counseling 1 (Theory)
3
CS
102
Biblical Counseling 1
3
CS
103
Biblical Counseling II
3
Cm
101
College Composition I
3
MN
101
Ministry 1 (Grace and Sovereignty)
3
MN
102
Ministry II (Creation and Fall)
3
SS
101
Christian Leadership
3
Total
30
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SECOND YEAR
BI
201
Pentateuch 1 (Genesis-Exodus)
3
BI
202
Bible IV (Life and Teachings of Christ)
3
BI
203
New Testament Greek I
3
BI
204
New Testament Greek II
3
BI
205
Revelation
3
BI
206
Hebrews
3
BI
207
Galatians-Ephesians
3
BI
208
Old Testament Hebrew I
3
BI
209
Old Testament Hebrew II
3
Ministry II (Reconciliation to God)
3
MN 201
Total
30
THIRD YEAR
BI
301
Pentateuch II (Leviticus-Numbers-Deuteronomy)
3
BI
302
Joshua-Judges-Samuel
3
BI
303
Acts-Timothy-Titus-Philemon
3
BI
304
Psalms-Proverbs
3
BI
305
Kings-Chronicles
3
BI
306
I and II Corinthians
3
BI
314
I & II Samuel
3
BI
315
Ezra-Nehemiah-Esther
3
BI
317
Proverbs
3
MN
302
Praise and Worship Services
3
Total
30
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FOURTH YEAR
BI
401
Romans
3
BI
402
Isaiah
3
BI
403
Ezekiel-Daniel
3
BI
404A
Minor Prophets (Six Before Exile)
3
BI
404B
Minor Prophets (The Last Six)
3
BI
406
The Epistles of Peter-John-Jude
3
BI
421
New Testament Leaders
3
CM
CM
405
408
Homiletics I
Work of the Minister and Pastoral Care
3
3
MN
402
Sonship
3
Electives (2)
6
Total
30
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Bachelor of Ministry
Pastoral Counseling
This program is designed to train ministers in the vocation of Christian Counseling, and to build the
requisite educational foundation and counseling internship for graduate degree programs in pastoral
or Christian counseling.
FIRST YEAR
CODE #
SUBJECT
BI
101
Bible I
3
BI
102
Bible II (Old Testament Survey I)
3
BI
103
Bible III (New Testament Survey)
3
CC 101
Christian Counseling I (Theory)
3
CC 102
Biblical Counseling I
3
CC 103
Biblical Counseling II
3
CM 101
College Composition I
3
MN 101
Ministry I (Grace and Sovereignty)
3
MN 102
Ministry II (Creation and Fall)
3
SS 101
Christian Leadership
3
Total
CREDITS
30
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Second Year
BI 201
Pentateuch I (Genesis – Exodus)
3
BI 202
Bible IV (Life and teaching of Christ)
3
BI 207
Galatians-Ephesians
3
CC 201
Counseling- Techniques I
3
CC 202
Counseling- Techniques II
3
CC 203
Case Studies
3
CM 203
Speech I
3
CM 408
Work of the Minister and Pastoral Care
3
MN 201
Ministry III (Reconciliation to God)
3
MN 402
Sonship
3
Total
30
Third Year
BI 301
Pentateuch II (Leviticus-Numbers-Deuteronomy
3
BI 302
Joshua-Judges-Ruth
3
BI 302
Acts
3
BI 304
Psalms
3
BI 305
Kings-Chronicles
3
BI 306
I & II Corinthians
3
CC 301
Counseling – Drugs & Alcohol Abuse
3
CC 302
Counseling- Child-Youth-Aged
3
CC 303
Counseling Disturbed – Handicapped
3
MN 302
Praise and worship Services
3
Total
30
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Fourth Year
BI 401
Romans
3
BI 402A
Isaiah
3
BI 403A
Ezekiel
3
BI 404A
Minor Prophets (Six Before Exile)
3
BI 405
Phil-Col-I & II Thess
3
BI 406
Epistles Peter-John
3
CC 401
Christian Family Counseling
3
CC 402
Practicum
3
CC 409
Statistical Analysis
3
CM 408
Work of the Minister and Pastoral Care
3
Electives (2)
3
Total
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Bachelor of Ministry
Missions Ministry
This program is designed to equip ministers wit5h the special tools, educational Foundations,
Biblical and general knowledge, as well as the specialized preparation needed for a ministry on
foreign mission fields.
FIRST YEAR
CODE #
SUBJECT
BI 101
Bible I
3
BI 102
Bible II (Old testament Survey)
3
BI 103
Bible III (New Testament Survey)
3
CC 101
Christian Counseling I (Theory)
3
CC 102
Biblical Counseling I
3
CC 103
Biblical Counseling II
3
CM 101
College Composition I
3
MN 101
Ministry I (Grace and Sovereignty)
3
MN 102
Ministry II (Creation and Fall)
3
SS 101
Christian Leadership I
3
Total
CREDITS
30
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SECOND YEAR
Credit Hours
BI 201
Pentateuch I (Genesis-Exodus)
3
BI 202
Bible IV (Life and teaching of Christ)
3
BI 207
Galatians-Ephesians
3
CM 203
Speech I
3
CM 206
Grammer
3
MI 201
Missions III
3
MI 202
Missions Nutrition
3
MI 203
Missions Technology I
3
MN 201
Ministry III (Reconciliation to God)
3
MN 403
Ministering the Word
3
Total
30
THIRD YEAR
BI 301
Pentateuch II (Lev-Num-Deut,)
3
BI 302
Joshua-Judges-Ruth
3
BI 303
Acts
3
BI 304
Psalms
3
BI 305
Kings-Chronicles
3
BI 306
I & II Corinthians
3
CC 302
Counseling Child-Youth-Aged
3
MI 301
Spanish for Missions I
3
MI 302
Spanish for Missions II
3
MI 306
Mission Anthropology
6
Total
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FOURTH YEAR
BI 401
Romans
3
BI 402A
Isaiah
3
BI 403A
Ezekiel
3
BI 404A
Minor Prophets (Six Before Exile)
3
BI 405
Phil-Col-I & II Thess
3
BI 406
Epistles Peter-John
3
CM 408
Work of the Minister and Pastoral Care
3
MI 401
The Mission Pastor
3
MI 404
Teaching Health and Sanitation
3
MI 408
Missions IV
3
Electives (2)
6
Total
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Bachelor of Theology
Christian Education
This is a detailed program designed to equip and train aspiring teachers within
Christian Educational systems, e.g., various kinds of church schools and seminaries.
FIRST YEAR
CODE #
SUBJECT
BI 101
Bible I
3
BI 102
Bible II (Old Testament Survey )
3
BI 103
Bible III (New Testament Survey)
3
CC 101
Christian Counseling I (Theory)
3
ED 101
Education I
3
ED 102
Education – Early Childhood
3
ED 103
Education – Elementary School Child)
3
MN 101
Ministry I (Grave and Sovereignty)
3
MN 102
Ministry II (Creation and Fall)
3
SS 101
CREDITS
Christian Leadership I)
3
Total
30
SECOND YEAR
BI 201
Pentateuch I (Genesis-Exodus)
3
BI 202
Bible IV (Life & Teaching of Christ)
3
CM 101
College Composition I
3
CM 203
Speech I
3
CM 208
American Literature
3
ED 204
Elementary Education I
3
ED 205
Elementary Education II
3
ED 206
Elementary Education III
3
MN 201
Ministry III (Reconciliation to God)
3
MN 402
Sonship
3
Total
30
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THIRD YEAR
BI 301
Pentateuch II (Lev-Num-Deut)
3
BI 302
Joshua-Judges-Ruth
3
BI 303
Acts
3
BI 304
Psalms
3
BI 306
I & II Corinthians
3
CC 301
Counseling – Child-Youth-Aged
3
CC 302
Counseling Disturbed – Handicapped
3
ED 301
Education II
3
ED 302
Early Childhood Practice Teaching
3
ED 306
Elementary Education IV
3
Total
30
FOURTH YEAR
BI 401
Romans
3
BI 402A
Isaiah
3
BI 403A
Ezekiel
3
BI 404A
Minor Prophets (Six Before Exile)
3
BI 405
Phil-Col- I & II Thess.
3
BI 406
Epistles Peter-John
3
ED 401
Teaching I
3
ED 402
Early Childhood Problems
3
ED 404
Early Childhood Practice Teaching III
3
ED 405
Practice Teaching Elementary
3
Electives (2)
6
Total
36
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Bachelor of Ministry
Church Administration
This program is designed for those who will be engaged in th3 busin3ss-administrative aspects of
ministries, e.g., local churches, Christian Schools and seminaries.
FIRST YEAR
CODE #
SUBJECT
CREDITS
AC 102
Basic Accounting
3
BA 102
Church Business I
3
BI 101
Bible I (How to Study The Bible)
3
BI 102
Bible II (Old Testament Survey)
3
BI 103
Bible III (New Testament Survey)
3
CC 101
Counseling I (Theory)
3
CM 101
College Composition I
3
MN 101
Ministry I (Grace and Sovereignty)
3
MN 102
Ministry II (Creation and Fall)
3
SS 101
Christian Leadership I
3
Total
30
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SECOND YEAR
AC 201
Principles of Accounting
3
BA 205
Church Finance I
3
BA 208
Church Management
3
BI 201
Pentateuch I (Genesis-Exodus)
3
BI 202
Bible IV
3
BI 207
Galatians – Ephesians
3
CM 203
Speech I
3
MI 201
Ministry III (Reconciliation to God)
3
MN 402
Sonship
3
SS 204
Leadership II (Church Government)
3
THIRD YEAR
AC 301
Computer Accounting for Churches
3
BA 201
Church Business II
3
BA 301
Administrative Assistant I
3
BA 303
Christian Finance II
3
BI 301
Pentateuch II (Lev-Num-Deut,)
3
BI 302
Joshua-Judges-Ruth
3
BI 303
Acts
3
BI 304
Psalms
3
BI 306
I & II Corinthians
3
ED 306
Elementary Education IV
3
Total
30
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FOURTH YEAR
AC 401
Accounting Theory I
3
AC 402
Accounting Theory II
3
BA 403
Business Law I
3
BA 404
Business Law II
3
BI 401
Romans
3
BI 402A
Isaiah
3
BI 403A
Ezekiel
3
BI 404A
Minor Prophets
3
BI 405
Phil-Col-I & II Thess
3
BI 406
The Epistles of Peter-John
3
Electives (2)
6
Total
36
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MASTER OF THEOLOGY DEGREE PROGRAM
Prerequisite For Entrance - The Master Degree Program is a post-graduate program. Therefore,
the student must have completed one of the four year Bachelor Programs and possess an earned
Bachelor Degree to qualify for entrance into one of the Master Degree Programs.
DEGREE REQUIREMENTS:
The Master of Pastoral Counseling requires sixty (60) credit hours. This requirement includes six
(6) assigned courses (18 credit hours), eight (8) elective courses (24 credit hours), appropriate to the
major of your Master Program and a thesis (18 credit hours).
Internship
Up to twelve (12) credits may be earned through Internship courses by either of the following
methods:
a. If the student is able and qualified to be an instructor at ADTI or one of the other campus
locations and receives the approval of the Campus Dean; they may teach up to four (4) courses
equivalent to twelve (12) credits.
-ORb. If the student is able and qualified to work at ADTI or one of the other campus locations or
their church and receives the approval of the Campus Dean; they may assume a part-time volunteer
position within the student’s major for up to four (4) courses equivalent to twelve (12) credits. This
equals forty five (45) hours per each three (3) credits.
Thesis:
A thirty thousand (30,000) word thesis, the required research for the thesis, and the dissertation (If
recommended by the student’s Thesis Advisor and deemed appropriate by the Campus Dean) of that
thesis is required of all Masters Degree candidates except as described under Masters Project. This
requirement includes three (3) Independent Research courses, twelve (12) credit hours, in the Thesis
topic and two (2) courses, six (6) credit hours, of Thesis under the guidance of the student’s Thesis
Advisor.
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Masters Project:
With the approval of the Campus Dean, students in some majors may produce an equivalent Masters Project
instead of the thirty thousand (30,000) word thesis. The Master Project must be a significant original work,
started after the student registers for the Master Degree, such as a book, a play, a production, or other
significant work within the area of the students Master Degree and Major. The Masters Project must be
equivalent to the thesis in magnitude of effort and end product. However, the end product would differ in
structure and format from the traditional thesis. This requirement includes three (3) Independent Research
courses, twelve (12) credit hours, in the Masters Project topic and two (2) courses, six (6) credit hours, of
Masters Project under the guidance of the student’s Masters Project Advisor
DEGREE PROGRAMS:
Master of Theology in Ministry
The Master of Theology in Ministry is designed for pastors, missionaries, evangelists, ministers and
those who work within the spiritual aspects of the Church.
Prerequisite: Master of Ministry or equivalent.
Tuition: $1,890.00 ($42.00 X 45 credit hours).
Thesis Required
Master of Theology in Biblical Studies
The Master of Theology in Biblical Studies is designed for pastors, teachers, and Christians
interested in the detailed study of Scripture.
Prerequisite: Bachelor of Biblical Studies, or equivalent.
Tuition: $1,890.00 ($42.00 X 45 credit hours).
Thesis Required
Master of Theology in Pastoral Counseling
The Master of Theology in Pastoral Counseling is designed specifically for those interested in the
study of Christian Counseling and for those desiring to be trained as Christian Counselors.
Prerequisite: Bachelor of Pastoral Counseling.
Tuition: 2,520.00 ($42.00 X 60 credit hours).
Thesis or Masters Project Required
Master of Theology in Christian Education
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The Master of Theology in Christian Education is designed for teachers of Christian pre-schools,
elementary schools, secondary schools, Sunday Schools, Bible schools and Seminaries.
STANDARD DEGREE CURRICULUM
MASTERS PROGRAM
Master of Theology in Ministry
CODE #
SUBJECT
CREDITS
TH
Christian Theology
3
RG
Comparative Religions
3
BI
The Body of Christ I
3
BI
The Body of Christ II
3
MN
The Church Service
3
CC
Pastoral Counseling
3
MN
The Study of Integrity
3
MN
Stewardship
3
MN
Internship
3
MN
Thesis Research
12
MN
Thesis
6
Total
45
The remainder of the course requirement may be chosen in the students degree major with
approval of the Dean of the Campus.
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Master of Theology
In Pastoral Counseling
CODE #
SUBJECT
CREDITS
MN
The Study of Integrity
3
BI
The Body of Christ I
3
BI
The Body of Christ II
3
CC
CO-Dependency I
3
CC
CO-Dependency II
3
CC
New Age & Cult Practices
3
CC
Practical Applications of
Christian Counseling
3
MN
Christian Ethics
3
MN
Deliverance
3
MN
Stewardship
3
CC
Internship
3
Electives
9
CC
Thesis/Master Project Research
12
CC
Thesis/Master Project
6
TOTAL
60
The remainder of the course requirement may be chosen in the student’s degree major with
approval of the Dean of the Campus.
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Prerequisite: Bachelor of Christian Education
Tuition: $1,890.00 ($42.00 X 45 credit hours).
Thesis Required
Master of Theology in Arts (Religious Major)
The Master of Theology in Arts is offered in four major fields of study.
Prerequisite: Bachelor of Arts of Bachelor of Theology in Religious Major or equivalent.
Tuition: $1,890.00 ($42.00 X 45 credit hours)
Thesis or Masters Project Required
Master of Theology – Ministry Administration
The Master of Theology in Arts in Ministry Administration Major is designed for
administrators and those who work within the practical aspects of Churches and Christian
pre-schools, elementary schools, secondary schools, Sunday schools, Bible schools and
Seminaries.
Master of Theology – Ministry Missions
The Master of Theology in Arts in Ministry Missions is designed to prepare missionaries and
those who have a calling to the mission field.
Master of Theology – Ministry
The Master of Theology in Arts in Ministry is designed for music and fine arts ministers,
teachers and those who work within the expressive aspects of the Church and Christian preschools, elementary schools, secondary schools, Sunday schools, Bible schools, and Seminaries.
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STANDARD DEGREE CURRICULUM
Master of Theology in Biblical Studies
CODE #
SUBJECT
BI
Bible Research - OT
CREDITS
-OR-
3
BI
Bible Research - NT
BI
Hebrew Word Studies -OR-
3
BI
Greek Word Studies
3
GY
Bible Geography
3
MN
The Study of Integrity
3
BI
Prophets and Prophecy
3
BI
The Body of Christ I
3
BI
The Body of Christ II
3
MN
Stewardship
3
BI
Internship
3
BI
Thesis Research
12
BI
Thesis
6
TOTAL
45
The remainder of the course requirement may be chosen in the students degree major with
approval of the Dean of the Campus.
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DEGREE PROGRAMS
1. DOCTOR OF THEOLOGY DEGREE PROGRAM
The Doctor of Theology is designed for pastors, missionaries, evangelists, ministers and those who
work within the spiritual aspects of the Church who are interested in a program of study in theology.
Prerequisite: Master of Ministry, Biblical Studies, or equivalent.
Tuition: $3,840.00 ($64.00 X 60 credit hours)
DISSERTATION REQUIRED!
2. Doctor of Theology in Pastoral Counseling
The Doctor of Pastoral Counseling is designed to increase the competency and advance the
scholarship of those involved in Christian Counseling.
Prerequisite: Master of Pastoral Counseling
Tuition: $3,840.00 ($64.00 X 60 credit hours)
DISSERTATION REQUIRED or DOCTORATE PROJECT REQUIRED
3. Doctor of Theology- Christian (Rel) Education
The Doctor of Christian (Religious) Education is designed to increase the competency and advance
the scholarship of teachers of Christian pre-schools, elementary schools, secondary schools, Sunday
schools, Bible Colleges and seminaries.
Prerequisite: Master of Christian Education
Tuition: $3,840.00 ($64.00 X 60 credit hours)
DISSERTATION REQUIRED
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4. Doctor of Theology- Biblical Studies
The Doctor of Biblical Studies is designed to increase the depth of knowledge and understanding of
God for those who are teachers, pastors, ministers, or anyone working within the spiritual aspects of
the Body of Christ who are actively seeking a deeper wisdom, understanding and knowledge of God.
Prerequisite: Master of Biblical Studies
Tuition: $ 3,840.00 ($64.00 X 60 credit hours)
DISSERTATION REQUIRED
5. Doctor of Theology in Ministry
The Doctor of Ministry is designed to increase the competency and advance the scholarship of the
ministry by broadening the student’s foundation knowledge and expanding their understanding and
philosophy of the ministry. The Doctor of Ministry is offered in three fields of study.
Prerequisite: Master of Ministry, or equivalent
Tuition: $3,840.00 ($64.00 X 60 credit hours)
DISSERTATION OR DOCTORATE PROJECT REQUIRED
 Doctor of Theology in Ministry- Ministry Management
The Doctor of Theology – Ministry Management Major is designed for administrators and those who
work within the practical aspects of Churches and Christian pre-schools, elementary schools,
secondary schools, Sunday schools, Bible colleges and seminaries.
 Doctor of Theology in Ministry – Missions
The Doctor of Theology – Ministry Missions is designed to prepare missionaries and those who have
a calling to the mission field
 Doctor of Theology – Fine Arts in Ministry
The Doctor of Theology – Fine Arts in Ministry is designed for music and fine arts ministers,
teachers and those who work the expressive aspects of the Church and Christian pre-schools,
elementary schools, secondary schools, Sunday schools, Bible colleges and Seminaries.
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 CURRICULUM
The following is a representation of the standard Doctorate Degree Programs offered at ADTI.
These programs may be modified within the established parameters of minimum required major ad
minor courses, with the approval of the Dean, to more completely represent the students desired
program of study and particular needs.
Standard Degree Curriculum
Doctorate Degree Program
Doctor of Theology
Code#
Subject
Credits
BI
601
Old testament survey
3
B
602
New testament survey
3
TH
601
Old testament survey
3
TH
602
New testament survey
3
TH
610
Intro. to Christian Theology
3
TH
612
Christian Thought
3
TH
611
Systematic Theology
3
TH
612
Apologetics
3
TH
620
Dissertation Research
24
TH
630
Dissertation
12
Total
60
With approval of the Dean of the campus; some of the course requirement above may be substituted
for others, as long as they are in the same students Degree Major.
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With approval of the Dean of the campus; some of the course requirement above may be substituted
for others, as long as they are in the same students Degree Major.
Doctor of Theology
Pastoral Counseling
Code#
CC
Subject
Credits
Assigned for individual specialty
3
CC
Assigned for individual specialty
3
CC
Assigned for individual specialty
3
CC
Assigned for individual specialty
3
CC
Assigned for individual specialty
3
CC
Assigned for individual specialty
3
Electives
6
CC
620 Dissertation
24
CC
630 Dissertation
12
Total
60
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Doctor of Theology
Christian (Religious) Education
Code#
Subject
Credits
TH
Old Testament Theology
3
TH
New Testament Theology
3
BI
Hermeneutics
3
MN
Ethics
3
ED
History of Philosophy of Christian Ed.
ED
Curriculum of Christian Education
3
ED
Administration of Christian Education
3
ED
Teaching the Bible
3
ED 620
Dissertation/Doctorate Project Research
24
ED 630
Dissertation/Doctorate Project
12
Total
60
3
With approval of the Dean of the campus; some of the course requirement above may
be substituted for others, as long as they are in the same students Degree Major.
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Doctor of Theology
Biblical Studies
Code#
Subject
Credits
BI
601
Bible Research-NT
3
BI
602
Bible Research-OT
3
BI
Eschatology
3
BI
Pauline Epistle Theology
3
RG
World Religion
3
TH
Christian Thought
3
TH
612
Apologetics
3
TH
611
Systematic Theology
3
TH
620
Dissertation Research
24
TH
630
Dissertation
12
Total
60
With approval of the Dean of the campus; some of the course requirements above may be substituted
for others, as long as they are in the same students Degree Major.
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Doctor of Theology in Ministry
Basic Study Courses
Code#
Subject
Credits
TH
Introduction to Christian Theology
3
BI
Bible Research-NT -OR-
3
BI
Bible Research-OT
3
TH
Christian Thought
3
TH
Apologetics
3
BI
Eschatology
3
Electives
9
ED
620
Dissertation/Doctorate Project Research
24
ED
630
Dissertation/Doctorate Project
12
Total
60
With approval of the Dean of the campus; some of the course requirement above may be substituted
for others, as long as they are in the same students Degree Major.
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Doctorate Project
With the approval of the campus Dean, students in some major may produce an equivalent Doctorate
Project instead of the ninety-thousand (90,000)) word Dissertation. The Doctorate Project must be a
significant original work, started after the student registers for the Doctorate Degree, such as books,
a play, a production, or other significant work within the area of the studens Doctorate Degree and
Major. The Doctorate Project must be equivalent to the dissertation in magnitude of effort and end
product. However, the end product would differ in structure and format from the traditional
dissertation. This requirement includes (3) Independent Research courses, (12) credit hours, in the
Doctorate Project topic and (3) courses, (9) credit hours, of Doctorate Project under the Guidance of
the Students Doctorate Project Advisor.
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AMORA DELIVERANCE THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
FOR SCHOOL YEAR 2013 - 2016
ACCOUNTING (AC)
CODE NO.
AC 101
SUBJECT
CREDITS
Accounting Mathematics I
3
Introduction to mathematics for accounting and finance.
AC 102
Basic Accounting
3
Introduction to accounting as applied to churches of different sizes.
Instruction and practice in fundamentals of financial
record keeping.
AC 201
Principles of Accounting I
3
The concepts, principles, and techniques applicable to the
accounting cycle, notes, accruals, deferrals, receivables,
inventory, evaluation depreciation, assets’ evaluation, and
payrolls for churches and Christian schools.
AC 202
Principles of Accounting II
3
A continuation of AC 201 with emphasis on managerial decisionmaking.
AC 203
Church Accounting
Special application to churches and Christian schools.
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AC 204
Computer Accounting For Churches
3
The use of computer on churches and Christian school
accounting.
AC 301
Computer Accounting for Churches
3
The use of computers for churches and Christian Schools.
AC 302
Tax Accounting for Churches I
3
AC 401
Accounting Theory I
3
Introduction to accounting theory.
AC 402
Accounting Theory II
3
A continuation of AC 401, designed for the manager
accounting for a church or Christian school.
AC 403
Tax Accounting for Churches II
3
Continuation of AC 302
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CHURCH BUSINESS AND FINANCE (BA)
CODE NO.
BA 101
SUBJECT
CREDITS
Church Business I
3
Introduction to business for churches and Christian schools.
This includes the basic fundamentals of business law for
Churches and Christian schools.
BA 102
Church Personnel Management
3
A study of church personnel selection, development, and
evaluation techniques.
BA 103
Church Office Management
3
Learning to manage a one-person office with its complex
operation.
BA 104
Computer Typing I
3
Beginning instruction in typing, including the keyboard,
correct letter forms and business English. This course also
extends to help the student to improve typing and data entry
skills to the level of 65 words per minute.
BA 105
Office Machines
3
Use of the telephone, CRT, printer, copy machine, tape
duplicator, typewriter and calculator.
BA 106
Computer Typing II
3
This class covers the basic characters and functions of the
computer keyboard; including but not limited to data in-put
and basic typing.
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BA 201
Word Processing I
3
Introduction to Word Perfect 6.1 software for all IBM and
compatible computers. Part of the class will be actual processing of
Amora Deliverance Theological Institution.
BA 202
Church Business II
3
A continuation of BA 101, with the in-depth study of laws applying
to the finances for churches and Christian schools. This course
is required for all Business Degrees including Secretarial Degrees.
BA 205
Church Finance I
3
A continuation of AC 102
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CODE NO.
BA 208
SUBJECT
CREDITS
Church Management
3
For those in leadership of a church: pastors, elders, members of
the board of trustees, and church board members; facilitates
efficiency through communication and cooperation between the
leaders, office personnel, board members, and the congregation.
BA 209
Desktop Publishing (Computer)
3
This course will introduce the student to computerized desktop
publishing. Including the production of newsletters, fliers, handouts and posters and other publications required in the daily
operations of churches and Christian Schools.
BA 210
Public Relations (Marketing) I
3
This course will explore such things as advertising your ministry
as well as church programs aimed toward growth.
BA 211
Computer Typing III
3
A continuation of BA 106.
BA 301
Administrative Assistant I
3
This course is to prepare you to become the administrative assistant
to your immediate supervisor or department manager.
BA 302
Church Finance II
3
A continuation of BA 205.
BA 303
Church School Office Manager
3
Introduction in dealing with the principal and teachers of a Christian
school. Learning the state and county regulations and/or requirements
for student enrollment and reporting; includes developing skills
for dealing with student-teacher-parent communications.
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BA 304
Public Relations (Marketing) II
3
Continuation of BA 301 with emphasis on television and radio.
BA 305
Principles of Supervision
3
BA 401
Administrative Assistant II
3
Instruction in evaluating church and Christian school policies and
procedures, recommending and implementing time and money
saving changes (continuation of BA 301).
BA 402
Administrative Assistant III
3
A continuation of BA 401, with emphasis on increasing the
effectiveness of your superior by introducing new and more
efficient ways for the church and/or school personnel to carry
out their duties.
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CODE NO.
BA 403
SUBJECT
CREDITS
Business Law I
3
This is the same course as State No. BUL. 2111. It is an introduction to law, its social forces and agencies for enforcement
The effects of governmental regulations on society and
business, including environmental law, community planning,
consumer protection, contracts, and personal property,
including sales.
BA 404
Business Law II
3
A continuation of BA 403.
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BIBLE AND BIBLICAL STUDIES (BI)
CODE NO.
BI 101
SUBJECT
CREDITS
Bible I
3
This is a beginning Bible course to help the student learn
how to find things in the Bible; how to understand the
language, history, geography, culture and religion of Bible
times. It introduces you to the key people in the Bible
and gives an overview of it history and message.
BI 102
Introduction to Old Testament
3
An introduction to the Old Testament with its major divisions,
and an overview of the Gospels, Acts, the epistles and
Revelation, their authors and message.
BI 104
Dispensational Truth
3
This class deals with the different dispensational truths, such
as the law of grace and the various ways God has dealt with man.
BI 201
Pentateuch I
3
The study of Genesis and Exodus.
BI 202
Life and Teachings of Christ
The life and teachings of Jesus.
3
BI 203
New Testament Greek I
3
A beginning class in New Testament Greek. Undergraduates
may take this course with the permission of the Dean. It
teaches the Greek alphabet, sounds, grammar, vocabulary.
Graduate level students will sign up under BI 502.
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BI 204
New Testament Greek II
3
Continuation of BI 203. Graduate students will sign up under
BI 502.
BI 205
Revelation
3
An in-depth study of the Revelation given to John, its
symbolism and its meaning today.
BI 206
Hebrews
3
An in-depth study of Hebrews, including the covenants
God has made with his people.
BI 207
Galatians—Ephesians
3
An in-depth study of Galatians and Ephesians with emphasis
on the instruction to the Church concerning spiritual growth.
BI 208
Old Testament Hebrew I
3
Introduction to the study of Biblical Hebrew. Graduate
students will sign up under BI 608.
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CODE NO.
BI 209
SUBJECT
CREDITS
Old Testament Hebrew II
3
A continuation of BI 208.
Graduate students will sign up under BI 609.
BI 210
Bible Research I
3
How to more accurately study the Bible using reference
books such as the Greek and Hebrew concordances. This
class instructs the student to research Bible topics in detail.
BI 301
Pentateuch II
3
An in-depth study of Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy.
BI 302
Joshua -- Judges -- Ruth
3
An in-depth study of these books.
BI 303
Acts
3
An in-depth study of this book.
BI 304
Psalms
3
A study of the history and teachings of the Psalms.
BI 305
I & II Kings – I & II Chronicles
3
An in-depth study of the history of the kings and the
prophets of the period covered in these books.
BI 306
I & II Corinthians
3
An in-depth study of the First and Second Epistles of Paul
to the church at Corinth.
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BI 307
Advanced New Testament Greek I
3
Translating the Gospel of John. Graduate students sign up
under BI 503.
BI 308
James – Jude
An in-depth study of these books.
3
BI 309
Tabernacle I
3
An introduction to the history, construction, furnishings,
Levitical offerings, and the Priesthood.
BI 310
Tabernacle II
3
A detailed study of each of the courts, and the Holy of
Holies, and their furnishings and application to worship then
and now.
BI 312
Opening the Seals
3
Detailed study of the seven seals of Revelation.
BI 313
Mind/Voice
3
Extensive study of the prophet, priest and king and these
offices in the Church.
CODE NO.
BI 314
SUBJECT
CREDITS
I & II Samuel
3
A study of the books regarding the author, the message,
the audience, and the time period in which written.
BI 315
Ezra -- Nehemiah – Esther
3
A study of the books regarding the author, the message,
the audience, and the time period in which written.
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BI 316
Job
3
A study of the book regarding the author, the message,
the audience, and the time period in which written.
BI 317
Proverbs
3
A study of the book regarding the author, the message,
the audience, and the time period in which written.
BI 318
Ecclesiastes
3
A study of the book regarding the author, the message,
the audience, and the time period in which written.
BI 319
Song Of Solomon
3
A study of the book regarding the author, the message,
the audience, and the time period in which written.
BI 320
The Gospels (The Four Faces of Christ)
3
The face of Christ as viewed by the writers of the four Gospels.
BI 321
The Sermon on the Mount
3
The principles of the Kingdom as taught by Jesus.
BI 322
Pastoral Epistles (I & II Timothy, Titus, Philemon)
3
A study of the pastoral books regarding the author,
the message, the audience, and the time period in which written.
BI 401
Romans
3
A detailed study of Romans.
BI 402A
Isaiah
3
An undergraduate study of the messianic prophet.
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BI 402B
Jeremiah
An undergraduate study of the weeping prophet.
3
BI 403A
Ezekiel
3
An undergraduate study of this prophet.
BI 403B
Daniel
3
An undergraduate study of this prophet.
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BI 404A
SUBJECT
CREDITS
The Minor Prophets I
3
A detailed study of the times and messages of
the first six minor prophets, (Hosea, Joel, Amos,
Obadiah, Micah and Jonah).
BI 404B
The Minor Prophets II
3
A detailed study of the times and messages of the first
six minor prophets, (Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai,
Zechariah and Malachi), {continuation of BI 404A}
BI 404C
The Major Prophets
3
A detailed study of the times and messages of the major
prophets, (Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel and Daniel).
BI 405
Philippians – Colossians – Thessalonians
3
A detailed study of these epistles.
BI 406
Peter—John
3
A detailed study of these epistles and their teachings.
BI 407
Biblical Archeology I
3
A study of the uses, methods, techniques and
shortcomings of archaeology in the study of the Bible.
This includes studying archaeology findings in Mesopotamia,
Egypt, and the surrounding areas before and during the Patriarchal Age.
BI 408
Biblical Archeology II
A continuation of BI 407 with emphasis on Palestine and
discoveries relating to the Hebrew people, their friends, and
their enemies from Abraham to the Christian era.
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Tabernacle III
A detailed study of the Royal Priesthood of Melchizedek.
3
BI 410
Numerology in Scripture
3
A study of the meaning of numbers in scripture.
BI 411
The Principles of the Kingdom
3
A study of the Kingdom of God; and the principles
that govern the Kingdom.
BI 412
Genesis
3
A study of the meaning of this book in Scripture.
BI 413
The Heavens Declare
3
A study of the universe and how the glory of God is
declared even in the stars.
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SUBJECT
CREDITS
BI 415
The Garments of the High Priest
A study of the garments of the High Priest.
3
BI 420
Biblical Std. Internship -- Teaching
3
Teaching of two (2) courses on Biblical studies under
the supervision of the Dean of Graduates.
BI 421
New Testament Leaders
3
A study of the New Testament leaders other than the Apostles.
BI 422
Six Steps to the Throne
3
BI 425
Bible Research II (Old Testament)
3
An undergraduate research on an elective subject.
BI 430
Bible Research III (New Testament)
3
An undergraduate research on and elective subject.
BI 435
Hebrew Word Study
3
An undergraduate Hebrew word study.
BI 440
Greek Word Study
3
An undergraduate Greek word study.
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BI 450
Contemporary Old Testament Thought
3
A specialized study of Gerhard Von Rad, Walter Brueggemann,
Brevard Childs and other key Old Testament scholars, exploring
the new insights and directions of scholarships being taken.
BI 451
Contemporary New Testament Thought
3
A specialized study of Rudolf Bultmann, Oscar Cullman,
Paul Minear, William Barclay and other key New Testament
scholars, exploring new insights and directions of
scholarship being taken.
BI 452
The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Qumran Community
3
An exploration into the history and literature of the Essenes,
their expectations of the Messiah, and their impact on the
early Christian Church.
BI 453
Read and Search (God’s plan)
3
How to study the Bible in an advance way.
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COMMUNICATIONS (CM)
CODE NO.
CM 101
SUBJECT
CREDITS
College Composition I
3
This course is the same as the State Number ENC 1101.
Instruction and practice in effective expository writing with
emphasis on clarity of central and supporting ideas, development,
logical organization, coherence and grammatical and mechanical
accuracy. Student must write a total of 1,000 words.
CM 102
Christian Journalism I
3
Learning to write articles for Christian publications.
CM 103
Christian Journalism II
3
News reporting, finding and writing articles that are newsworthy.
CM 104
Christian Journalism III
3
Practice and instruction in conducting interviews and presenting
the final write-ups to the class for their critique.
CM 105
Writing I
3
Writing Christian stories for children.
CM 106
Conversational Spanish I
3
An class practicing conversational Spanish.
CM 201
Christian Journalism IV
3
Writing magazine articles and getting them published.
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CM 202
Christian Journalism V
3
Christian newspaper editing.
CM 203
Speech I
3
Fundamentals of speech, including leading a group
discussion and effective expression.
CM 204
Speech II
3
Public speaking and the rules of order, presiding over meetings,
preparing and delivering speeches, and receiving feedback from
the class
CM 205
Writing II -- Christian Books
3
Writing Christian books and getting them published.
CM 206
Grammar I
3
A study of the grammatical structure of the English language for
those who are planning to become teachers or preachers.
CM 207
Grammar II
3
An introduction to the basic grammatical structure of the English
Language for students (foreign or domestic), whose primary
language is other than English.
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CODE NO.
CM 208
SUBJECT
CREDITS
American Literature
3
A study of American literature for those students who are planning
to teach English in a Christian school.
CM 209
English Literature
3
A study of English literature for those students who are planning
to teach English in a Christian school.
CM 210
Teaching Grammar (Internship)
3
Internship teaching grammar to seminary students or elementary
through high school students in a Christian school environment.
CM 301
College Composition II
3
This is the same class as the State Number ENC 1102. Practical
application of skills learned with emphasis on style, use of the
library, reading, evaluating and using available sources, planning,
writing, and documenting a short research paper. The student will
be required to write a minimum of 6,000 words.
CM 302
Speech III -- Effective Communication
3
Debates, forums, and discussions.
CM 303
Christian Broadcasting I
3
Radio broadcasting, taping cassettes, studio recording, live
broadcasting, announcing, and working the mixing board.
CM 304
Christian Broadcasting II
3
TV broadcasting, video taping and live productions.
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CM 305
Christian Illustrating
3
Illustrating Christian writing, drawings, graphics, photography, etc.
CM 306
Advanced Written and Spoken English
3
Advanced English for preachers and teachers and foreign students.
CM 307
Advanced Literature
3
Studying and becoming familiar with great literature of the world.
CM 308
Teaching Literature (Internship)
3
Internship teaching literature to students in seminary or elementary through high school students in a Christian school.
CM 309
Effective Communication
3
Teaching speed writing, shorthand, and court reporting.
CM 401
Christian Broadcasting III
3
A continuation of CM 304.
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CODE NO.
CM 402
SUBJECT
CREDITS
Christian Broadcasting IV
3
A continuation of CM 401.
CM 403
Christian Media Production 1
3
Preparing and utilizing Christian writing, drawing, graphics,
and photos, for use in a media production.
CM 404
Homiletics I
3
Preparation, delivery, evaluation of sermons with practice in class.
CM 405
Homiletics II
3
Continuation of CM 404 with emphasis on delivery before a
number of congregations and/or other preaching places, such
as jails.
CM 406
Reading improvement
3
This is a study in remedial reading.
CM 407
Teaching Reading (Internship)
3
Teaching reading for K-5 through elementary levels.
CM 408
Pastoral Care (The Work of the Minister)
3
Teaching the student to effectively communicate to the individual
needs of the congregation. This course includes everything
that a minister does, except preaching – which is taught in CM 404
and CM 405.
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CM 409
Practical Methods of Christian Ministry
3
Teaching the student to deal with such things as discipline, grief
administering sacraments, performing weddings, funerals. There
will be actual hands-on practice in these areas.
CM 410
Hermeneutics
3
Rightly dividing the Word of God.
CM 411
Conflict Ministry
3
Dispelling the myth that conflict within the church is always bad
and to be avoided. This course touches on conflict resolution and
equips people for faithful ministry in the midst of conflict.
CM 412
Theology and the Arts
3
Examines the various forms of the humanities (drama, art,
sculpture, music, architecture) historically and technologically,
exploring how they can be expanded within the life of the
church and society.
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CODE NO.
CM 413
SUBJECT
CREDITS
Preaching as Story Telling
3
This class will nurture different approaches to proclamation,
including original dramatic monologues as Biblical and contemporary personalities and the style of Fred Buechner
and others. Especially, the emphasis will on preaching in a
multicultural church.
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COMPUTER SCIENCE (CS)
CODE NO.
CS 101
SUBJECT
CREDITS
Basic Personal Computers
3
An introduction to the different kinds of personal computers,
their use in today’s market place. This course includes
computer components, such as processors, memory, hardware
modules, monitors, video quality and many other peripherals
that compose today’s computers. Other segments deal with such
topics as telecommunications, networking and scanners.
CS 102
Computer Buyer’s Guide
3
This class is an exploration of the various components available
for today’s personal computer; included is the use of each of
these components, their relationship to each other and evaluation
of on shelf computers for use by the end user. This course will
enable potential computer purchasers to make quality decisions
as to the type and use of off-the-shelf computers including custom
built computers.
CS 103
Computer Software Applications
3
This course describes the types of software available for the
personal home or office computer; the purpose of the software
and the possible conflicts that may arise from the use of mixed
components included in the software packages.
CS 104
Computer Software (MS Excel)
3
This is a training course in the use of MicroSoft Excel.
Applications include the use of spreadsheets as applicable
to churches and Christian schools.
CS 105
Computer Software (MS Windows)
3
This is a training course in the use of MicroSoft Windows. The
applications and the optimization of Windows for specific
applications related to church and Christian schools.
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CS 106
Computer Software (MS Access)
3
This is a training course in the basic use of the data base as applicable to the Christian school and church.
CS 107
Computer Software (MS Word)
3
This is a training course in the use of MicroSoft Word. This
course will teach the student the basic applications of the
modern word processor.
CS 108
Computer Software (MS Publisher)
3
This is a training course in the basic use of MicroSoft Publisher
as applicable to Christian schools and churches.
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CODE NO.
CS 109
SUBJECT
CREDITS
Computer Software (Word Perfect)
3
Teaching the various versions of Word Perfect processor.
CS 201
Desktop Publishing I (MS Publisher)
3
This course will teach the student to perform basic desktop
publishing tasks, including the manipulation of fonts and graphics.
The student mush have completed CS 108 prior to enrollment
in this course.
CS 202
Desktop Publishing II (MS Publisher)
3
This course will teach the student to import graphics and text;
manipulate and convert graphic and text to and from differing computer file formats. Part of the class requirements is the student
must produce newsletters, illustrated booklets and brochures and
other applicable publications as commonly used by churches
and Christians schools.
CS 203
Finance and Accounting
3
The student will receive basic instruction as to the input of financial
data into programs specifically designed for record, and accounting
for the church and Christian schools.
CS 204
Computer Graphics
3
This course will teach the student to compose, edit, import,
export, paint, retouch photographs and computer graphics to
be used in presentations through multi-media.
CS 205
Computer Animation I
3
This course introduces the student to the basic concepts and
theories involved in commercial computer animations.
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CS 206
Computer Animation II
3
Continuation of CS 205.
CS 207
Word Processing II
3
Introduction to a variety of word processing systems.
CS 301
Commercial Animation
3
This course will teach the student to coordinate the audiovisual components into multimedia presentations.
CS 302
Word Processing III
3
Introduction to complex networking data systems.
CS 303
Introduction to Internet I
3
This course deals with the beginner and the Internet.
CS 304
Internet II
3
This course teaches the student to design and develop a “Web
Page”.
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DATA PROCESSING (DP)
CODE NO.
DP 10
SUBJECT
CREDITS
Data Processing I
3
An introduction to the field of data processing, including history of computers, kinds of computers
and their uses., hardware, software, computer logic,
flowcharting, telecommunications, data banks and
programming. This course also includes handson experience inputting information, and understanding the application of the computer for church
and Christian school requirements.
DP 102
Basic Programming II
3
Introduction to basic programming for the home computer.
DP 103
Computer Mathematics
3
Mathematics for computer applications.
DP 201
Basic Programming II
3
Continuation of DP 102.
DP 202
Flowcharting
3
Learning to flowchart the procedural steps required
establishing programs to produce the desired results.
DP 203
Programming I
3
Advanced programming.
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DP 204
Desktop Publishing
3
This class teaches the student the fundamentals
of desktop publishing; including the manipulation
of text and graphics and the incorporation of these
elements into a finished publication.
DP 205
Computer Language I
3
An introduction to various computer languages.
DP 301
Advanced Programming II
3
A continuation of DP 203.
DP 302
Advanced Programming III
3
A continuation of DP 301.
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CODE NO.
DP 401
SUBJECT
CREDITS
Computer Accounting
3
An introduction to computer accounting for churches.
DP 402
Computer Applications
3
Financial record-keeping and reporting for churches
and Christian Schools.
DP 403
Computer Applications II
3
Demographic record-keeping and print-out for churches
and Christian schools. Keeping school records and grades
and printing transcripts.
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EDUCATION (ED)
CODE NO.
SUBJECT
ED 101
Education I
Insight into learning for teachers, preachers ,
and every kind of ministry. This course stresses
stages of human development and what each
is capable of learning, what facilitates learning,
and what hinders learning, motivation, memory
retention, and recall, who our hidden teachers are
and what we learn from them.
ED 102
Early Childhood I
CREDITS
3
3
Understanding the young child, his/her social needs,
abilities , and learning capabilities.
ED 103
Early Childhood II
3
Teaching the young child, either in a Christian
church school or Sunday school environment.
ED 104
Early Childhood III
3
Health and hygiene for early childhood.
ED 105
The Elementary School Child
3
Understanding the elementary school child and
his/her needs.
ED 106
Reading Skills
3
This class teaches basic reading skills.
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ED 201
Early Childhood IV
3
Using play for physical, mental, spiritual, and social
development.
ED 202
Early Childhood V
3
Christian literature for the young child, including
storytelling.
ED 203
Early Childhood VI
3
Christian art/music for young children, including teaching methods.
ED 204
Elementary Education I
3
Goals, curriculum, lesson plans for grades K5,
1&2 in Christian schools.
ED 205
Elementary Education II
3
Goals, curriculum, lesson plans for grades K5,
3 & 4 in Christian schools.
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CODE NO.
ED 206
SUBJECT
CREDITS
Elementary Education III
3
Goals, curriculum, lesson plans for grades K5,
5 & 6 in Christian schools.
ED 207
Secondary Education I
3
Understanding the junior high and high school
students and their present and future needs.
ED 208
Secondary Education II
3
Curriculum, goals and lesson plans for the secondary
school.
ED 209
Education Methods
3
Reading, composition, and Christian values in
the Christian school.
ED 210
Motivating Discouraged Students
3
Addressing issues of the student needing remedial
aid and the neglected gifted student who have
become discouraged; stressing how to meet their needs,
to give them hope, and to restore to them the joy
of learning.
ED 301
Education II
3
Trends in American education, overview of the
history of education, shortcomings of education.
This course compares secular schools to Christian
schools and introduces Christian teaching methods
and materials.
ED 302
Early Childhood Practice Teaching
3
Practice teaching infants through love, stroking,
voice changes, facial expressions, exercise, reading
to them, playing music for them, letting them touch
and taste things.
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ED 303
Teaching Remedial Reading
3
This class is a continuation of ED 106.
ED 306
Elementary Education IV
3
Teaching methods and techniques for grades K5,
1 and 2 in the Christian school. This includes
storytelling, art, singing, and physical education,
as well as academic subjects.
ED 307
Elementary Education V
3
Teaching methods and techniques for grades
K5, 3-6, in the Christian school this includes
storytelling, art, singing, and physical education,
as well as academic subjects.
CODE NO.
ED 401
SUBJECT
CREDITS
Teaching I
3
Practice researching, planning and teaching Bible
lessons to the class, including setting goals, writing
lesson plans, using audiovisual aids, asking/answering
questions, demonstrating ability to communicate on
student’s level; also includes determining the class
frame of reference for the subject being taught, and
building upon it.
ED 402
Early Childhood Problems
3
How to identify the learning disability of a young child.
ED 404
Early Childhood Practice Teaching III
3
Teaching four and five year old children.
ED 405
Practice Teaching III – Elementary
3
Teaching elementary school level students.
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ED 406
Practice Teaching Teen & Adult
3
This class requires the student to teach classes
under the supervision of Dean of Students.
ED 407
Practice Teaching Adult & Aged
3
This class requires the student to teach classes
under the supervision of Dean of Students.
ED 408
Teaching – Supervising Teaching
3
Students will be required to supervise teachers who
are fulfilling their internship.
ED 409
Biblical Curriculum Development I
3
The student will be taught to develop a syllabus,
lesson plan and the appropriate tests.
ED 410
Biblical Curriculum Development II
3
Continuation of ED 409.
ED 411
Biblical Curriculum Development III
3
Continuation of Ed 410.
ED 415
Internship—Teaching Level 100 – 200
3
Teaching courses under the supervision of the
Graduate Staff member.
ED 416
Internship – Teaching Level 300 – 400
3
This class is a continuation of ED 415.
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EVANGELISM (EV)
CODE NO.
EV 101
SUBJECT
CREDITS
Evangelism I
3
This course instructs the student in the Biblical
approach of witnessing to the lose, with emphasis
on leading them to the Lord. There will be field
work, where students will go door to door for
one-on-one evangelism and report on the results.
EV 102
Evangelism II
3
This course will include praying with people who
want to receive the Lord into their lives, as well as
providing follow-up with new Christians. The student will arrange for and conduct a home meeting,
where unsaved people are invited to the class.
EV 202
Evangelism III
3
This course will instruct the student concerning
the preparation necessary to advertise a revival
including the participation of the local church and
the pastor. The student will arrange for a meeting
to be held in a local church and conduct a revival.
EV 301
Evangelism IV
3
A study of how to arrange, coordinate, and conduct
a multi-church revival. Includes advertising, contacting local ministers and motivating them to participate in the meeting.
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Christian Fine Arts (FA)
CODE NO.
FA 101
SUBJECT
CREDITS
Introduction to Music
3
An introduction to notes, keys, tempo, pitch, grandstaff,
chords, tetrachords, dynamics, scales, triads, instruments,
and music history, this course also includes sight reading
of music and is a required subject for all Christian fine arts
majors and minors.
FA 102
History of Music
3
This course surveys the musical expression in different
cultures, including the influence of music on worship.
FA 103
Historic Search for True Imagination
3
Historic survey of the artistic styles showing man’s search
for true imagination.
FA 104
Creative Profile
3
Teaching students to discover their own creative potential.
Students taking this course are required to have completed
the foundations of faith courses (MN 101, 102, 201, and 402
and SS 101). This course is also a prerequisite for Graphic
Arts Primer (FA 105), Structure of Color (FA 201), Structural
Principles for Drawing Techniques (FA 202), and the various
art studio lab courses (FA 203, 204, 205, and 206).
FA 105
Graphic Arts Primer
3
An introduction to color, design, layout and lettering.
FA 106
Choral Reading I
3
Beginning choral reading in the different vocal parts.
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FA 107
Voice I
3
Beginning instruction in voice.
FA 108
Instrument I
3
Beginning instruction in one instrument.
FA 109
Seminary Choir I
3
Beginning instruction in choral singing.
FA 110
Music for Teachers
3
Teaching syllables, notes, tempo, pitch, singing in parts,
learning songs for different grade level.
CODE NO.
FA 201
SUBJECT
CREDITS
Structure of Color
3
Learning to render the pigment color spectrum and understanding the science of color.
FA 202
Structural Principles for Drawing Techniques
3
Learning how to represent three dimensional objects on
two dimensional surfaces.
FA 203
Watercolor Medium
3
Instruction in techniques such as wash, brush strokes,
and creative mixing of colors. This class includes hands-on
lab activity.
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FA 204
Oil Paint Medium
3
Instruction in techniques such as canvas preparation, color
palette, brush and palette knife approach and proper care of
the paint. Hands-on lab activity will also be included in this
class.
FA 205
Acrylics Medium
3
Exploring various techniques with brush and palette knife
and painting surfaces. Hands-on lab activity is included in
this class.
FA 206
Three Dimensional Art
3
Instruction in various techniques including ceramics and
sculpturing in clay and paper. This class will include handson lab activity. Repeatable for up to 12 credit hours.
FA 207
Introduction to Christian Drama
3
A class for beginners in drama.
FA 208
Introduction to Christian Dance
3
A class for beginners in dance.
FA 209
Voice II
3
A continuation of FA 107.
FA 210
Instrument II
3
A continuation of FA 108.
FA 211
Music Theory I
3
Emphasis on understanding the basic principles of music,
recognizing tones and writing simple songs.
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FA 301
Music Theory II
3
Emphasis of training the ear, harmonizing and writing
songs with harmony.
FA 302
Voice III
3
Continuation of FA 209.
FA 303
Instrument III
3
Continuation of FA 210.
FA 309
Leading Group Singing
3
Learning all phases of leading informal group singing.
FA 310
Choir Directing
3
Directing a choir of four part harmony.
FA 313
Church Orchestra
3
Participating in church orchestra.
FA 314
Christian Drama II
3
A continuation of FA 207.
FA 315
Christian Drama III
3
A continuation of FA 208.
FA 402
Instrument IV
3
Continuation of FA 303.
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FA 405
Voice IV
3
Continuation of FA 302.
FA 406
Directing Church Orchestra
3
Learning to direct the church orchestra.
FA 420
Fine Arts Internship
3
The student is required to work under the supervision of a Graduate Staff Member for a period of six
(6) months.
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Mathematics For Teachers (MA)
CODE NO.
MA 101
SUBJECT
CREDITS
College Mathematics I
3
An introduction to logic, compute logic, mathematical
thought, geometry, statistics, algebra and trigonometry.
MA 102
College Algebra I
3
This is the same course as the state number MAT 1033,
Intermediate algebra. Topics include fundamental operations with polynomials, complex numbers, and algebraic functions, factoring, graphing, exponents, radicals,
systems of equations, quadratic equations, laws of logarithms and word problems.
MA 103
Geometry For Teachers
3
Plane and solid geometry.
MA 201
College Algebra II
3
Same course as state number MAC 1104, College Algebra.
Function approach to algebra. Types include: relations,
polynomials, exponential and logarithmic functions and
their graphs and systems of equations.
MA 203
Mathematics for Elementary Teachers
3
A study of mathematics needed for teaching grades K5
through 6.
MA 204
Mathematics for Junior High Teachers
3
A study of mathematics needed for teaching grades 7 & 8.
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MA 402
Teaching Secondary Mathematics
3
Methods of teaching mathematics on junior and senior
high levels.
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Media (ME)
CODE NO.
ME 101
SUBJECT
CREDITS
Media I
Introduction to audio-visual aids and their uses
3
in the church and in the Christian school. This
course includes cataloging materials and equipment.
ME 102
Media II
3
Preparing, maintaining, and dispensing audiovisual equipment. Producing, transparencies,
slides and film strips.
ME 201
Media III
Recording, reproducing and playing audio cassettes.
Operating the church sound system, and maintaining
the church library, including the dispensing of cassettes for the tape ministry.
3
ME 202
Media IV
3
Producing and editing VCRs and video cassettes.
Setting up and operating the equipment necessary
for presenting video material in the classroom environment.
ME 301
Media V
Operating various types of movie cameras, projectors,
including repairing and editing and splicing film and
3
operating and maintaining the television camera.
ME 302
Radio Ministry
3
Instruction in the production and application of broadcasting as it applies to ministry and Christian schools.
Included in this course are the operation and maintenance of the short wave radio.
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ME 303
Television Ministry
3
This course introduces the student to the basic production and application of television programs as
they apply to ministry and Christian education.
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Missions (MI)
CODE NO.
MI 101
SUBJECT
CREDITS
Missions I
3
Introduction to foreign missions including
geography, social economic problems and
spiritual conditions of representative countries.
MI 102
Missions II
3
Introduction to home mission. Identifying and
locating home missions fields, discovering what
needs to be done and who can do it, specific
language barriers, cultural and geographic barriers
and religious climate of the population.
MI 103
Spanish I (Beginning)
3
A study of Spanish speaking mission fields,
including customs, language and religious beliefs.
MI 104
Spanish II
3
A continuation of MI 103.
MI 105
Portuguese
3
A study of Portuguese speaking mission fields,
including customs, language and religious beliefs.
MI 106
French
3
A study of French speaking mission fields,
including customs, language and religious beliefs.
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MI 201
Missions III
3
Teaching in the mission field – both at home and
foreign, how to approach the people, create interest
in them for a school, setting up a school, teaching
within their culture, learning their language and
teaching Jesus to those who have no knowledge
of Him.
MI 202
Mission Nutrition I
3
A study of nutrition for home and foreign missions.
MI 203
Missions Technology I
3
Mission technology for survival – electricity, radio,
and mechanics.
MI 301
Spanish for Missionaries III
3
A continuation of MI 104.
MI 302
Spanish for Missionaries IV
3
A continuation of MI 301.
MI 303
Missions Technology II
3
Carpentry, church home, school building and repairs.
This course includes a study of building materials
available in different areas and how to implement supplies
both at home and abroad.
MI 304
Mission Nutrition II
3
A continuation of MI 202.
MI 306
Mission Anthropology
3
A study of world culture and their people.
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MI 401
The Missionary Pastor
3
A study in visitation, evangelism, preaching,
deliverance, healing, encouragement. This
course includes training local pastors.
MI 402
Teaching Nutrition
3
Learn to teach the local people how to take
care of their own nutritional needs.
MI 403
Short Wave Radio
3
Operating, patching, and obtaining all licensing
required.
MI 404
Teaching Health and Sanitation
3
Learning to teach the local people to protect their
own health by improving sanitary conditions.
MI 405
Missions Technology III
3
A continuation of MI 303.
MI 406
Teaching Technology
3
Learning to teach the various technologies to
people who know nothing about them and may be
afraid of them.
MI 407
Mission Life
3
Acquainting prospective missionaries with the
hardship they will face, the things they will have to
give up, how to deal with cultural shock, the dangers
involved and the emotional stress of separation from
families.
MI 408
Missions IV
3
Setting up and operating up health clinics and first
aid stations on the mission field.
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CODE NO.
MI 420
SUBJECT
CREDITS
Missions Internship
3
The student will be required to work in the mission
field under the supervision of a Graduate Staff
Member.
MI 430
Pastoral Care and Human Sexuality
3
An inter-disciplinary, intra-personal and crosscultural exploration, using Psychology, sociology
and Theology, analyzing Biblical and cultural
roles for men and women and presenting alternate
models where appropriate, in modern society.
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Ministry (MN)
CODE NO.
MN 101
SUBJECT
CREDITS
Ministry I (Grace and Sovereignty)
3
This course is required regardless of degree.
MN 102
Ministry II (Creation and Fall)
3
This course is required regardless of degree.
MN 103
Holy Spirit I
3
A study of the Holy Spirit ministering to us.
MN 104
Holy Spirit II
3
A study of the Holy Spirit ministering through us.
MN 201
Ministry III
3
This course is required regardless of degree.
MN 203
Ministering the Word
3
Includes the study, memorizing and sharing
the Scriptures of promise and of warning.
MN 204
Ministering to the Poor
3
Includes identifying the poor and their needs,
feeding the hungry, meeting their immediate needs
in the name of Jesus and leading them out of their
current condition, through the Word of God.
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MN 205
Ministering to the Sick
3
Helping and healing the sick.
MN 206
Street and Jail Ministry
3
Reaching the people of the street and those in jails.
This course will instruct the student concerning the
regulations of the penal system governing ministering
the gospel in their facility.
MN 209
Ministering the Sacraments
3
This class concerns itself with water baptism,
spiritual baptism and the ministering the Body and
Blood of Christ to the church.
MN 210
Introduction to Curses
3
This class introduces the students to the Biblical
concept and origin of curse, Included are the types
of curses and their effect on the lives of Christians.
MN 211
Five Fold Ministry
3
A study of the apostle, prophet, evangelist, teacher
and pastor: their function individually and collectively.
MN 301
The Teaching Ministry I
3
Identifying different kinds of teaching ministries,
preparing for and practicing them.
MN 302
Praise and Worship Ministry
3
History and application of praise and worship
within the church. Students will visit different
kinds of churches to learn about praise and
worship styles, kinds of services and sermons,
elements of services and the sacraments.
MN 303
Ministry to Children
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Vacation Bible School and summer camps.
MN 304
Teaching Ministry II
3
A continuation of MN 301.
MN 305
Ministerial Ethics
3
Undergraduate level study of ethics as it applies
to the ministry.
MN 401
Ministering to the Deaf and the Blind
3
Learning the needs of the handicapped and
ministering to them, includes a study of sign
language and Braille.
MN 402
Sonship
3
What it is, what it is not, high calling, glory/character
of Sonship, in the image of the Son, from servants
to sons and one new man. This course is required
regardless of degree.
MN 403
Ministering to the Elderly
3
Discovering the many needs of the elderly and
ministering to them.
MN 404
The Deliverance Ministry
3
The why, who, when, and how of deliverance.
MN 405
Ministering Deliverance
3
Completion of MN 404 is required prior to enrollment
in this course. This class deals with confrontations
and conflicts with demonic spirits.
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MN 406
Curses
3
The origin and nature of curses as they apply to
the Christian in today’s world. Included in this
course are methods for discovering the sources
of curses and the removal of curse from the lives
of Christian.
MN 407
Ministerial Sacraments II
3
Continuation of MN 209; including funeral and
wedding ceremonies.
MN 410
Stewardship
3
A study of the Biblical principles concerning
total stewardship.
MN 420
Ministerial Internship
Under the guidance and supervision of your
pastor serve at least three (3) months as an
assistant or intern pastor.
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Printing (PR)
CODE NO.
SUBJECT
CREDITS
PR 101
Printing I
Introduction to printing methods and machinery.
3
PR 102
Printing II
3
Illustration and layout, including film stripping
and masking with hands-on experience.
PR 201
Printing III
3
Printing letterheads, envelopes, business cards
and color graphics.
PR 202
Printing IV
3
Printing books – the entire process, including
cutting and binding until the product is finished.
PR 204
Photolithography
3
Photographic techniques in production of
negatives for the printing process; including but
not limited to the camera-ready operation, development, enlarging, printing, scaling, line copy reproduction, and stripping methods, also analysis of
the various halftone screens, dot patterns and
percentages as they relate to the printing process
direct and indirect methods of color separation,
photomechanical reproduction, use of filters
for color halftone separation, color correction
methods, opaque and transparent overlays for
line color separation, masking requirements
and color proofing systems, are studied in depth.
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Religious Education (RE)
CODE NO.
RE 101
SUBJECT
CREDITS
Religious Education I
3
Educational work for the church. An overview
of the various educational programs for the church
and their potential.
RE 102
The Sunday School Teacher
3
Attitudes, abilities, spiritual maturity, emotional
maturity and discipline needed to be a teacher.
RE 103
Religious Education II
3
Teaching the pre-readers through play, arts,
crafts, stories and memorization of scripture.
RE 201
Religious Education III
3
Methods of teaching the elementary grades involving the home, developing Christian leadership,
concern for others, and encouraging Christian
activities.
RE 202
Worship and Prayer
3
Teaching preschool and elementary children
worship and prayer that can be adapted for adults
and teenagers as well as being simplified for the
very young child.
RE 301
Religious Education IV
3
Teaching junior high and high school students to
channel their energies toward rewarding ministries
to others, helping them to gain self-respect by
showing respect to others, grounding them in the
faith and in the Word, encouraging Christian recreation, leisure-time activities and friendships.
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RE 401
Religious Education V
3
Teaching the high school and college student in
Sunday School and youth program setting, building
on RE 301, leading toward maturity and future
ministries.
RE 402
The Christian Home
3
Roles and responsibilities of the father, mother,
and children. Family worship and Bible study,
making Jesus head of the home, obtaining favor
and protection for the family and Biblical instructions
for rearing children and parental influences.
RE 403
Religious Education VI
3
Planning and directing an adequate religious
education program for every age level within the
church. This includes Sunday School, mid-week
activities, Vacation Bible School and summer camps,
as well as seminars, retreats, trips.
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Religion (RG)
CODE NO.
RG 101
SUBJECT
CREDITS
History of Religion I
3
The Bible is used as the basic framework for
history. Beginning with creation we trace
the religious beliefs of mankind with emphasis
on ancient civilizations and their myths, and
why the introduction of Jesus’ new way for living
was so shocking to the world at the time.
RG 103
History of Religion II
3
History of the early Church from Acts, the epistles
and early writers such as Eusebius and Josephus.
RG 201
Religion I
3
A study of original Christian beliefs and practices.
RG 202
Religion II
3
A study of changes in Christian beliefs and practices.
RG 203
Religion III
3
Apostasies and cults that existed during the early
days of the Christian Church.
RG 204
Introduction to Church History
3
An overview of Church history from the early
Church to the present day Church.
RG 205
Religion IV
3
Judaism, Islam and various Islamic sects.
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RG 301
History of Religion III
3
History of the Jewish nation using the Bible as
well as writings of Josephus’ “Antiquities of the
Jews,” pseudo writings of the Apocrypha and the
archaeological finds.
RG 302
Religion V
3
A study of pagan religions.
RG 303
Psychology of Religion
3
A study of man’s need for God, and how he invents
gods if he does not know the One True God. This
course includes how false religions work against
mankind.
RG 401
Religion VI
3
Apostasies and cults of modern times.
RG 402
Denominationalism
3
A study of a number of denomination in America
today, what separates them, what unites them and
trends toward unification.
RG 403
The Philosophy of Religion
3
Studying the purpose of religion, good and bad of
religion, modern though concerning religion pros
and cons. This course includes the philosophy of
Christianity without reducing Christianity to a philosophy.
RG 404
World Religions
3
Comparing religions of the world with Christianity.
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RG 405
Church History III
3
A study of the Pentecostal and Charismatic movements. Students will visit different kinds of churches
to better understand these movements.
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Science (SC)
CODE NO.
SC 101
SUBJECT
CREDITS
Science for Elementary Teachers
3
Learning basic scientific facts and how to teach
them to elementary school children. The course
approaches scientific study as a quest for truth.
SC 102
Science for Junior High Teachers I
3
A continuation of SC 101, covering more advanced
material.
SC 103
Science for Junior High Teachers II
3
Continuation of SC 102, covering more advanced
material and greater student participation.
SC 201
General Science for Teachers
3
Teaching ninth grade science.
SC 202
Earth Science
3
A study of the earth, air and sea, in preparation for
teaching junior and high school students.
SC 203
Man and Environment
3
Provides the student with an understanding of
man’s interdependence with his environment and
his responsibility for it; includes evolution both
physical and social. This study includes many
aspects of our environmental crisis such as :
pollution; urbanization, population trends; changes
in life style, as well as present and projected
solutions to our problems.
SC 204
Biological Science for Teachers I
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A non-lab course in biology. A study of the body,
genetics, reproduction, development and diseases
of man.
SC 205
Biological Science for Teachers II
3
Instruction in the science of biology including
preparation of class plans, and their practical
application.
SC 301
Physical Geology for Teachers
3
A course dealing with the physical structure of
the earth. It includes the effects of volcanic activity,
glaciation, diastrophism, tectonics, sediments, rock
and mineral formation, as well as current geological
development.
SC 302
Introduction to Chemistry for Teachers
3
An introduction to fundamentals of organic
chemistry and its applications. The course is a nonlaboratory class.
SC 401
Introduction to Physics for Teachers I
3
The physical principles of mechanics, properties or
matter, heat and thermodynamics.
SC 402
Introduction to Physics for Teachers II
3
The physical principles of wave motion, sound,
light, electricity and magnetism.
SC 405
Archeology I
3
A study of archeology as it pertains to the Holy
Scriptures and Bible History.
SC 406
Archeology II
3
A continuation of SC 405.
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Social Studies (SS)
CODE NO.
SS 101
SUBJECT
CREDITS
Christian Leadership I (God’s Perfect Order)
3
An introduction to Christian leadership in the
home, church and community. (This course is
required, regardless of degree.)
SS 102
Community Awareness
3
A study of the community and its needs. The
student will visit various organizations that
are working for community improvement. The
class will discuss actions that may be employed
to further improve these or other needy
conditions in our community.
SS 103
Community Involvement
3
Studying local and national groups working for
a better society; what they have accomplished,
and what one person or the class can contribute, becoming involved both as a class and
individually.
SS 104
American History for Teachers
3
An overview of American history. Each student
will research a period of American history and
present it to the class in a logical and interesting
manner.
SS 105
Old World History for Teachers
3
This class is designed to prepare the Christian
educator to teach world geography in the classroom
environment for students of middle and high school.
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SS 201 American Christian History
3
A detailed study of the Christian Church in America.
SS 202 State Educational System
3
A detailed study of the state public education
system teachers’ organizations, lobbying groups what
they want, what Christians can do to better the system
and its product, planning, organizing and taking initiative
in an important manner.
SS 204
Christian Leadership II
3
A study of church government at the local level.
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SS 205
World Geography for Teachers
3
A study of world geography for those teaching in
middle and high schools.
SS 301
American Government for Teachers
3
A study of the three branches of the Federal
Government, the constitution, election process,
political forces and the Christian’s responsibility
as an American citizen.
SS 302
Sociology
A study of our modern day society; its main
groups of home, school, church, and community,
the power structure within them and the forces that
influence them.
3
SS 303
World History for Teachers
3
SS 401
Humanism
3
A study of humanism in its many forms of deception,
including what it is and its adverse effect on our American
society.
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Theology (TH)
CODE NO.
TH 101
SUBJECT
CREDITS
Theology I
3
The study of the Essence of God.
TH 201
Theology II (Foundations of Faith I)
3
A study of the Nature of God.
TH 301
Theology III
3
The study of the Character of God.
TH 401
Theology IV
3
The study of the Deity of Jesus Christ.
TH 402
Theology V
3
A study of the Person of the Holy Spirit.
TH 403
The Theology of the Sacraments
3
A summary of the Church’s view of the sacraments
from the middle ages and the Reformation and an
exploration of what Protestantism believes today
about Baptism and the Lord’s Supper.
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TH 418
The Ethics of Reinhold and Richard Neibuhr
3
A seminar focusing on critical, ethical and theological
issues in the thought of the Neibuhr brothers. Major
attention will be given to the principles and problems
of love, power and justice as themes for modern
Christians.
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Counseling (CC)
CODE NO.
CC 101
SUBJECT
CREDITS
Counseling I- Theory
3
This class is an introduction to Christian counseling
and includes: the art of interviewing and data
gathering for pastors, teachers, and counselors
to identify problems and determine to what extent
counseling is required.
CC 102
Biblical Counseling I
3
An introduction to Biblical counseling with emphasis
on the role of the Holy Spirit as Counselor. This course
compares the Nouthetic approach to counseling
with other counseling approaches, and suggests
a model counseling program. We use the Nouthetic
approach. This course covers the first seven (7)
chapters in “Competent to Counsel” by Jay Adams as
well as other material.
CC 103
Biblical Counseling II
3
Continuation of CC 102. This course goes into detail
about the skills and techniques of counseling Biblically.
The course covers chapters 8-11 of Jay Adams’
“Competent to Counsel.”
CC 201
Christian Counseling Techniques I
3
This course is a study of the various techniques of
counseling. We use the first twenty (20) chapters
of Jay Adams’ “The Christian counselor’s Manual”
as a textbook.
CC 202
Christian Counseling Techniques II
3
A continuation of CC 201 including an in-depth
study of the techniques and their uses. We use
chapters 21-38 of Jay Adams’ “The Christian
Counselor’s Manual.”
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CC 203
Case Studies in Christian Counseling
3
The application of what has been learned
about counseling in various situations.
CC 204
Creative Counseling
3
Advanced study to improve insight and
creativity in counseling, such as recognizing
symptoms of suicide and how to deal with the
person.
CC 302
Counseling Children, Youth and Aging
3
An undergraduate level course that attempts to
understand these special age groups and
their development; physically, emotionally,
mentally, and spiritually. Recognizing trouble
and dealing with it in ways to which they can relate.
CC 303
Counseling Disturbed and Handicapped
3
An undergraduate course that deals with crisis
intervention, facing reality, living with reality or
changing reality. This course includes:
appreciation of life and preparation for death.
CC 304
Premarital Counseling
3
This course will deal with subject matter pertaining
to the marriage of man and woman; including the
areas of stress that often affect the state of marriage.
CC 305
Marriage Counseling
3
This class will instruct the student in the concerns
of marriage difficulties and the reconciliation of
marriage partners through various means of
Biblical counseling.
CC 306
The Marriage Principle
3
A study of a Biblical marriage.
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CC 307
Youth and Crisis Counseling
3
A study of youth and crisis counseling.
CC 308
Grief work
3
A study of all of life’s transitions and later life transitions.
CC 401
Family Counseling
3
Counseling the family as a group to facilitate
understanding of how they interact with and
influence each other. Developing Christian
order, love, consideration, and respect in the
family; helping them tackle problems together
with God’s help, premarital counseling,
counseling during marriage and/or divorce
crisis with the orientation that God is in the
business of saving marriages, edifying victims
of divorce and rebuilding lives with God’s
power through His Word. Special emphasis
on dealing with rebellion, drug and alcohol abuse.
CC 402
Practicum
3
This course is open to Seniors in their last trimester.
It requires one hour per week in a seminar type
class, and two hours per week in a counseling
environment under supervision of an instructor
or the student’s local pastor.
CC 403
Psalms in Counseling
3
Study of the Psalms as they relate to practical counseling.
CC 404
Psychotherapy and Principles
3
CC 405
Eschatology and Counseling
3
An examination of the healthiness of prophetic
and Pauline eschatology for mental-spiritual wholeness
and how it may be used in counseling and teaching.
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CC 407
Transactional Analysis
3
Introduction to this counseling methodology that is
compatible with Christian counseling.
CC 408
Human/Spiritual Development and Theory
3
The course outlines the growth-developmental issues
with human and spiritual needs, including ego psychology,
drive theory and value systems; Erickson, Piaget, Kohlberg,
Mahler, and Stern are among authors who will be discussed.
This course is required for CC 539 and CC 540.
CC 409
Statistical Analysis
3
This course covers statistical analysis, frequency
distribution and other statistical procedures used in
research. This course is required for graduation.
CC 410
Crisis Theory and Intervention
3
Related to CC 508, it helps the pastor/church leader to
recognize when and how to intervene, using Menninger
Foundation and Stephen Ministries’ concepts. It helps to
equip lay people to minister in these cases.
CC 418
Biblical and Psychological Typology
3
A study of Biblical types of the Old Testament primarily
and of Jung’s prototypes with application to preaching,
teaching and counseling.
CC 420
Counseling Internship
3
This class requires the student to work for a six month
period under the direct supervision of a Christian
counselor. Responsibilities will include but are not
limited to: scheduling sessions, keeping records and
assisting in counseling.
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CC 424
Christian Counseling Youth in Crisis
3
CC 425
New Age and Cults
3
A study of the New Age Movement and the influence
of cults and Satanism on adults and youth in
contemporary society.
CC 426
Dysfunctional Family Crisis Counseling
3
Ministering to a family during crisis.
CC 427
Rites of Passage in Counseling
3
The developmental dynamics of spiritual growth
through the stages of life and how the church may
minister to the person at these particular times.
CC 428
Blessing and Burnout
3
An examination of some major issues in pastoral care
in the context of Biblical and psychological understanding
of blessing and curse, redemption and guilt, and the
dynamics of burnout among clergy and laity.
CC 429
Design and Oversee Christian Care Giving
3
Introduction to the development of volunteer lay
ministry, i.e. Stephen Ministries.
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