Master of Arts in Applied Theology
The Master of Arts in Applied Theology is a 36-credit hour program designed to provide training and understanding of the practical sides of ministry. Depending on the courses chosen, a graduate with an Applied Theology degree will have skills in: Bible interpretation, Sermon and Bible Study construction, pastoral and biblical counseling, personal evangelism and principles of organization and administration.
The Master of Arts in Applied Theology comprises three parts for the student to complete or provide proof of completion.
- Core Requirements – 24 hours (Courses that in Applied Theology)
- Electives – 6 hours (Any courses that we offer in any department)
- Project/Practicum – 6 hours