Online Graduate Course Syllabi with Required Texts
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Course Syllabus List
BE 5502 Communicating Scripture (3 credits)
BI 5500 Hermeneutics (3 credits)
BI 5532 New Testament History, Literature, and Theology (3 credits)
BI 5533 Old Testament History, Literature, and Theology (3 credits)
BI 6602 Daniel and Revelation (3 credits)
BI 6621 Studies in the Psalms and Wisdom Books (3 credits)
BI 6623 Studies in the Gospels and Acts (3 credits)
BI 6624 Studies in the Epistles (3 credits)
BI 6625 Studies in the Old Testament Books (3 credits)
BI 6630 Studies in the Pentateuch (3 credits)
BI 6631 Studies in the Prophets (3 credits)
BI 7705 New Testament Use of the Old Testament (3 credits)
BI 8100 Advanced Hermeneutics for Ministry (3 credits)
BP 6600 Preaching Narrative and Parabolic Literature (3 credits)
BP 6601 Preaching Poetic and Prophetic Literature (3 credits)
BP 6602 Advanced Homelitics (3 credits)
BP 6604 Preaching Old Testament Narrative (3 credits)
BP 7701 Contextualized Preaching (3 credits)
BP 7702 Theology and Preaching (3 credits)
BP 9000 The Rhetorical Drama of Preaching (3 credits)
BP 9100 Preaching Difficult Texts (3 credits)
BP 9200 Preaching in a Post-Christian World (3 credits)
BT 6603 Biblical Theology of the Old Testament (3 credits)
BT 6604 Biblical Theology of the New Testament (3 credits)
CL 5505 Cultivating Character and Trust as a Christian Leader (3 credits)
CL 6601 Principles of Management (3 credits)
CL 6602 Christian Life and Organizational Life (3 credits)
CL 7701 Building Teams that Transform and Achieve (3 credits)
CL 7702 Leading Teams within an Organizational Context (3 credits)
CL 7703 Creating a Leadership Development Plan (3 credits)
CUL 5501 Ministry Innovation (3 credits)
CUL 5502 Communication and Partner Development (3 credits)
CUL 6601 Ministry Entrepreneurship (3 credits)
CUL 6602 Global Mission and Culture (3 credits)
CUL 8200 Cultural Exegesis (3 credits)
DM 8800 Doctor of Ministry Orientation, Research and Writing, and Ministry Project Seminar (1 credit)
FE 6670 Ministry Internship I (3 credits)
FE 6671 Global Ministry Design and Ministry Internship I (3 credits)
FE 7770 Ministry Internship II (3 credits)
FE 7771 Global Ministry Design and Ministry Internship II (3 credits)
GM 0000 Exit Interview (pass/fail, noncredit)
Students must complete an exit interview with their program head in their final semester. Students must receive a passing grade to meet graduation requirements.