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Courses for Emerging and Young Leaders, 12+ Hours

Year One Courses

  • New Testament Survey (171)

    (3 Credit Hours)
    An overview of the New Testament to enable the student to grasp the work of God through Jesus.

  • Old Testament Survey (173)

    (3 Credit Hours)
    An overview of the Old Testament to enable the student to grasp the panoramic work of God in human history.

  • Youth Issues I (275)

    (3 Credit Hours)
    A study of the issues facing youth as well as the developmental nature of youth and the issues affecting them and their families. 

  • Contemporary Christian Life and Practice (333)

    (3 Credit Hours)
    A study of the issues related to practical and ethical issues from a Christian perspective. Topics: vocation, time/resource management, marriage relationships, conflict resolution, evangelism, church involvement, Christian worldview, devotional life, and physical wellness.

Year Two Courses

  • Leadership Principles II (342)

    Exposes the learner to the questions of the why and how of leadership and what biblical leadership knowledge, skills, and abilities are needed for successful leadership.

  • Basic Theology (255)

    An introductory course to the study of theology in which the student will be exposed to an overview of the basic doctrines of the classical Christian faith.

  • Hermeneutics (261)

    The art and science of interpreting the Bible, exploring the history of interpretation, the different genres of Scripture, evangelical principles of interpreting Scripture, and how to interpret a passage of Scripture

  • Apologetics (321)

    An introductory course in the defense of the Christian faith, including the development of the Christian faith beginning with the Reformation until the present day.

  • Church History (311)

    Examine the history of Christianity beginning with the Age of Reformation to the present day in the United States with emphasis on the development of the church and the role of great awakenings.