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Dr. David McCann

David graduated Summa Cum Laude from Florida Bible College and was Salutatorian of his class. After graduating from Dallas Theological Seminary, he served as a pastor in New England for 24 years. He also served on the Ministerial Board of the New England District Association of the Evangelical Free Church of America and has completed training from T-Net International in helping churches become more intentional about disciple-making. Dr. McCann serves as Adjunct Instructor in Bible Exposition and Theology.

Programs of Study

Certificate

Biblical Studies
  • Evangelism and Discipleship
  • Survey of Christian Doctrine
  • Spiritual Life Formation
  • Old Testament Survey
  • Romans and Galatians
  • Survey of Church History
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Associate

Biblical Studies
  • Christian Worldview & Apologetics
  • Bible Study Methods
  • New Testament Survey
  • Intro to Communication
  • Marriage and Family in Ministry
  • Introduction to Digital Technology
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Bachelors

Biblical Studies
  • Synoptic Gospels
  • Prophetic Books
  • Systematic Theology
  • Poetic Books
  • Old Testament Survey
  • Internship
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Majors

Ministry Studies
  • Pastoral Ministry
  • Missions
  • Worship Ministry
  • Christian School Education
  • Children's Ministry
  • Youth Ministry
  • Adult Ministry
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Ministry Majors We Offer

Pastoral Ministry

  • Pastoral Theology
  • Christian Leadership
  • Introduction to Biblical Counseling
  • Church Administration
  • Homiletics
  • Pastoral Ministries
  • Pastoral Internship
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Missions

  • Introduction to Missions
  • History of Missions
  • Christian Leadership
  • Urban Ministry/Missions
  • World Religions
  • Cross-cultural Communication
  • Missions Internship
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Worship Ministry

  • Introduction to Music Ministry
  • Fundamentals of Music
  • Worship Planning
  • Technology in Worship
  • The Arts in Worship
  • Applied Music
  • Worship Ministry Internship
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Christian School Education

  • Introduction to Christian Education
  • History and Philosophy of Christian Education
  • Effective Bible Teaching
  • Christian School Curriculum
  • Methods and Instructional Strategies
  • Christian School Administration
  • Christian Education Internship
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Children's Ministry

  • Introduction to Biblical Counseling
  • Effective Bible Teaching
  • Children Evangelism and Discipleship
  • Directing a Childrens Ministry
  • Communication for Childrens Ministry
  • Christian Leadership
  • Childrens Ministry Internship
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Youth Ministry

  • Introduction to Biblical Counseling
  • Effective Bible Teaching
  • Children and Youth Leadership
  • Children and Youth Evangelism
  • Managing the Christian Youth Organization
  • Contemporary Youth Communication
  • Youth Ministry Internship
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Adult Ministry

  • Introduction to Biblical Counseling
  • Effective Bible Teaching
  • Ministry Administration
  • Adult Leadership
  • Adult Evangelism
  • Effective Communications
  • Adult Ministry Internship
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Course Number Course Name Course Description Course Hours
BIB 101 Bible Study Methods
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This course introduces a systematic approach to interpreting the Bible, in which students observe, interpret, apply, and correlate Scripture within the framework of Christian theology and history. (Required for Graduation)

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BIB 103 Old Testament Survey
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This course surveys the Old Testament in light of its cultural, historical, and literary situation and traces the themes of creation, fall, and redemption. Students become familiar with the message of each Old Testament book and learn to apply Old Testament teaching appropriately. (Required for Graduation)

3
BIB 104 New Testament Survey
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This course surveys the New Testament in light of its cultural, historical, and literary situation. The course presents intertestamental period and the life and teaching of Jesus and the first-century church. Students become familiar with the message of each New Testament book and learn to apply New Testament teaching appropriately. (Required for Graduation)

3
BIB 201 Pentateuch
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This course examines the structure, purpose, biblical theology, and application of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy, highlighting foundational biblical concepts such as creation, the Abrahamic Covenant, and the Mosaic Covenant.

3
BIB 202 Historical Books
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This course examines the structure, purpose, biblical theology, and application of Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1-2 Samuel, 1-2 Kings, 1-2 Chronicles, Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther. The course traces the history of Israel in light of the Abrahamic, Mosaic, and Davidic Covenants. (Required for Graduation)

3
BIB 203 Romans and Galatians
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This course examines the structure, purpose, biblical theology, and application of Romans and Galatians, emphasizing key themes such as the sinfulness of humanity, justification, sanctification, the gospel, Christian liberty, and the responsibilities of the believer. (Required for Graduation)

3
BIB 204 John and Johannine Epistles
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This course examines the structure, purpose, biblical theology, and application of the Gospel of John and John’s epistles, stressing the deity of Christ, the necessity of belief, and the importance of continuing to believe. (Required for Graduation)

3
BIB 205 1 and 2 Corinthians
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This course examines the structure, purpose, biblical theology, and application of 1 and 2 Corinthians, exploring the themes of unity and holiness as well as freedom and responsibility. (Required for Graduation)

3
BIB 206 Acts, 1-2 Timothy, and Titus
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This course examines the structure, purpose, biblical theology, and application of Acts, 1 and 2 Timothy and Titus, tracing the growth of Christianity under the Apostles and the transition to post-Apostolic leadership. (Required for Graduation) 3
BIB 301 Prophetic Books
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This course examines the structure, purpose, biblical theology and application of Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Daniel, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi. It presents the prophets’ calls for covenant faithfulness and their messianic hope. (Required for Graduation)

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BIB 302 General Epistles
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This course examines the structure, purpose, biblical theology, and application of the General Epistles (Hebrews, 1-2 Peter, James, and Jude), with an emphasis on the preeminence of Christ, the importance of sound doctrine, and the holiness to which God calls believers. (Required for Graduation)

3
BIB 303 Prison Epistles
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This course examines the structure, purpose, biblical theology, and application of the Prison Epistles (Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, Philemon). It highlights key Pauline themes such as grace, Christian maturity, unity, and loving others. (Required for Graduation)

3
BIB 304 Synoptic Gospels
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This course examines the structure, purpose, biblical theology, and application of Matthew, Mark, and Luke. It presents a cohesive portrait of Christ’s life while also recognizing the emphases and intent of each author. (Required for Graduation)

3
BIB 401 Poetic Books
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This course examines the structure, purpose, biblical theology and application of Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Solomon. The course explores the wisdom genre and introduces the forms of Hebrew poetry. Students write a substantial exegetical paper in this course. (Required for Graduation)

3
THE 101 Survey of Christian Doctrine I
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This course surveys the biblical doctrines of the Bible, God the Father, God the Son, God the Holy Spirit, angels, humanity, and sin. Within a Protestant, evangelical framework, the course emphasizes what has been believed by historical Christianity. (Required for Graduation)

3
THE 102 Survey of Christian Doctrine II
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This course surveys the biblical doctrines of salvation, the church, and the last things. Within a Protestant, evangelical framework, the course emphasizes what has been believed by historical Christianity. (Required for Graduation)

3
THE 103 Spiritual Life
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This course examines the biblical principles (such as grace, Christian liberty, and humility) and practices (such as prayer, fasting, giving, participating in corporate worship, service, and Bible study) that guide the lives of maturing Christians. (Required for Graduation)

3
THE 104 Christian Worldview and Apologetics
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This course analyzes how a Christian perspective influences the way Christians think about issues such as creation, evolution, evil, morality, other religions, and social justice. This course also examines the plausibility of the Christian faith, highlighting the reliability of the Scriptures and the historicity of Jesus and his resurrection. (Required for Graduation)

3
THE 106 Survey of Church History
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This course traces the origin, development, and refinement of Christian theology from the Apostolic era to the present, with an emphasis on the major creeds, figures, events, and controversies of church history. (Required for Graduation)

3
THE 301 Making Sense of Suffering
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Suffering is an integral part of life and scripture. Suffering is not meaningless but is bound intricately into an overall understanding of the sovereignty of God and the manifestation of His glory. There are specific reasons for suffering and there is a place for compassion and intercession during suffering. Understanding life and meaningful value systems is indelibly linked to a comprehension of suffering. It is a normal experience of life and must be understood in the context of scriptural truth. Suffering provides a major door of opportunity for the church to carry out its mandate to teach all nations.

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THE 401 Systematic Theology I
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This course reviews and builds on Survey of Christian Doctrine to examine in depth orthodox Christian teaching on bibliology, Trinitarianism, anthropology, hamartiology, and angelology. Students analyze the interconnectedness of the doctrines, examine how belief affects practice, and develop a worldview based on sound doctrine. (Required for Graduation)

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THE 402 Systematic Theology II
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This course reviews and builds on Survey of Christian Doctrine to examine in depth orthodox Christian teaching on soteriology, sanctification, ecclesiology, and eschatology. Students analyze the interconnectedness of the doctrines, examine how belief affects practice, and develop a worldview based on sound doctrine. (Required for Graduation)

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Course Number Course Name Course Description Course Hours
MIN 101 Evangelism and Discipleship
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This course examines the message and methods by which a person is led to Jesus Christ. It also examines what a disciple is and how a disciple is made. The course presents the motivation and command for making disciples, defines the gospel message, and emphasizes the necessity of the work of the Holy Spirit in evangelism and discipleship. (Required for Graduation)

3
MIN 103 Introduction to Christian Ministry
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This course introduces the various vocational and avocational ministry opportunities within churches and parachurch organizations. Students will gain first-hand experience in a ministry of their choice. (Required for Graduation)

3
MIN 105 Marriage and Family in Ministry
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This course introduces the student to considerations in the study of Marriage and Family systems. It also provides Biblical and practical guidelines for the Christian worker who tries to balance home and church ministry with the challenges that often confront the Christian worker. (Required for Graduation)

3
MIN 361 Effective Bible Teaching
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This course develops skills in inductive Bible study, assessment of learner needs and issues, and the design of audience-appropriate Bible lessons. The course equips students to teach the English Bible based on the basic principles of observation, interpretation, and application. 3
MIN 362 Introduction to Biblical Counseling
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This course surveys the nature and scope of biblical counseling. It introduces students to the essential principles and practices of counseling as well as practical resources available for those in Christian ministry. 3
MIN 363 Christian Leadership
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This course presents the biblical and theological, bases for Christian leadership and team ministry in the church, marketplace, and mission field. The course studies team dynamics and presents principles for organizational change and conflict resolution. Students develop a philosophy of leadership in their concentration area. 3
Course Number Course Name Course Description Course Hours
MIN 301 Adult Evangelism and Discipleship
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This course develops the skills of personal evangelism and discipleship that is the foundation for all church growth. Students learn to communicate their faith in a way that is engaging, personal, and relevant so that they can play a part in reaching others for Christ. 3
MIN 302 Communication for Adult Ministry
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This course develops the teaching skills of the student in conformity with principles of the teaching and learning process, with particular attention given to communicating biblical truths to an adult audience.

3
MIN 303 Directing a Ministry to Adults
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This course examines the rationale and methods of ministry to adults. Students learn basic strategies for effective administration in adult ministry, such as planning, organizing, recruiting, leading, and evaluating in church and parachurch settings.

3
MIN 400 Adult Ministry Internship
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Under the direction of an approved ministry mentor, students will receive practical ministry experience in adult ministry. 4
Course Number Course Name Course Description Course Hours
MIN 311 Childrens Evangelism and Discipleship
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This course trains students to win children to Christ, highlighting the methods, resources, and challenges of sharing the gospel with children. 3
MIN 312 Communication for Childrens Ministry
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This course develops the teaching skills of the student in conformity with principles of the teaching and learning process, with particular attention given to communicating with an adolescent audience biblical truths. 3
MIN 313 Directing a Children's Ministry
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This course examines the rationale and methods of ministry to children. Students learn basic strategies for effective administration in childrens ministry, such as planning, organizing, recruiting, leading, and evaluating in church and parachurch settings. 3
MIN 410 Childrens Ministry Internship
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Under the direction of an approved ministry mentor, students will receive practical ministry experience in childrens ministry. 4
Course Number Course Name Course Description Course Hours
MIN 321 Introduction to Christian Education
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This course is designed as a foundational teaching skills course and involves the student in current reading, various methods of instruction, and the operation and use of classroom visuals and equipment. Observation and peer teaching are important elements of this course. 3
MIN 322 History and Philosophy of Christian Education
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This course is designed so that students will learn the history, principles, and philosophy of education in general and the distinctive of a Christian philosophy of education in particular. Guidance in identifying the personal and educational qualifications for teaching on preschool, elementary, and secondary levels is given in order to help students determine their individual interests and aptitudes. 3
MIN 323 Christian School Curriculum
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This course provides an overview of curriculum and assessment options for Christian schools with a focus on Biblical integration into coursework including a biblically-based approach to educational practices of examining, selecting, implementing, & evaluating Christian education curricula. 3
MIN 324 Methods and Instructional Strategies
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An examination of the pedagogy of Christ and other Biblical examples to learn to implement a variety of instructional strategies. Skills include: writing lesson plans, micro-teaching, and assessing of instructional philosophies. The importance of modeling a Christ-like attitude and teaching redemptively is emphasized throughout the course.

3
MIN 325 Christian School Administration
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In this course the student would study essential principles involved in the administration of a Christian school including biblical basis, philosophy, organization, policies, finances, resource management, personnel supervision, and curriculum. 3
MIN 420 Christian Education Internship
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Under the direction of an approved classroom teacher students will receive practical classroom experience. The course requires the student to work in an actual classroom with teaching responsibilities along with a variety of other projects. 4
Course Number Course Name Course Description Course Hours
MIN 351 Introduction to Missions
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This course studies the biblical basis and principles of the churchs commission to evangelize the world. The course also covers pragmatic topics such as deputation, working with a mission board, working with fellow missionaries, and working under foreign governments. 3
MIN 352 History of Missions
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This course surveys the history of Christian missions from the New Testament to the 21st century. The course studies the key people, events, and movements of Christian missions. 3
MIN 353 World Religions
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This course surveys the major aspects of the many world religions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, and minor religions. The course presents the history, teachings, and present-day influence upon society of non-Christian religions from a Christian perspective. 3
MIN 354 Cross-cultural Communication
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This course is an interdisciplinary, interactive class designed to provide an introduction to intercultural questions stemming from the growing diversity and interconnectedness of the United States and the world. This course challenges students to learn about the ways people from different cultural backgrounds think, communicate, and behave based on their value systems, worldviews, and religious beliefs for the purpose of evangelism. 3
MIN 355 Urban Ministry/Missions
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This course provides an overview of the methods and theories currently applied in ministries within the American urban society. Theories of intercultural communication, evangelism and spiritual warfare will be addressed. An introduction to effective models of Christian communication and leadership for urban ministries/missions are examined. 3
MIN 450 Missions Internship
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Under the direction of an approved ministry mentor, students will receive practical ministry experience in missions. 4
Course Number Course Name Course Description Course Hours
MIN 331 Pastoral Ministries
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This course addresses the pastors responsibilities, roles, relationships, and rites. It concludes with a rethinking of pastoral ministry in terms of the pastors place of service, style of leadership, and length of service. 3
MIN 332 Homiletics
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This course emphasizes the importance of expository preaching for today. Students learn to prepare and deliver sermons. Preaching labs, video recording, and sermon critiques aid in this process. Prerequisite: Introduction to Communication.

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MIN 333 Church Administration
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This course combines pastoral theology and "how to" principles in all the work of Christian ministry including the administration of local church business affairs and other operations. Church planting and ministering in rural, suburban, city, and inner-city recommendations are included.

3
MIN 334 Pastoral Theology
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This course is designed to introduce the student to the nature and practice of pastoral ministry. It provides a scriptural understanding of the call, qualifications, and work of the minister. The course includes an overview of the history and forms of church government and a survey of the churchs approach to pastoral ministry throughout its history. The student will analyze his own sense of calling and begin to formulate a theology of pastoral ministry. 3
MIN 430 Pastoral Internship
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Under the direction of an approved church staff member, students will receive practical ministry experience in areas such as preaching, baptism, Communion, weddings, hospital visits, and funerals. 4
Course Number Course Name Course Description Course Hours
MIN 340 Applied Music
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3 hours (one hour each—three of four semesters): As available, private lessons in piano, voice, guitar, organ or any other instrument for which an instructor can be acquired.

3
MIN 341 Introduction to Music Ministry
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This course provides an overview of the principles, organization, and supervision of music ministry. This course focuses on the role of the music minister, utilization of childrens, youth/ adult choirs and praise teams, preparation methods, time management, music library, church facilities, resources, and staff rapport. An examination of the biblical fundamentals of worship will assist the student in developing sound doctrine. 3
MIN 342 Fundamentals of Music
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This course includes the study of the basic elements of music including notation, rhythm, major and minor scales, intervals, basic chord structures, fundamental keyboard, and elementary conducting. 3
MIN 343 Worship Planning
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This course is an all-inclusive study in the philosophy and preparation of Christian worship. In consideration of corporate practices, established and innovative, and other issues concerning worship, the student will acquire the necessary skill sets to prepare and lead services of worship. 3
MIN 344 Technology in Worship
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This course introduces the student to technologies accessible to the church for use in worship. The student will review audio design, lighting design, and music programming. This course provides for the study of visual and media arts for application in video and song presentations, as well as other creative resources during worship. 3
MIN 345 The Arts in Worship
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This course will provide an overview of biblical topics using the arts in worship. Consideration will be given to topics such as music, visual arts, drama, etc. Prominence will be given to the chronological development of music as it pertains to worship. 3
MIN 440 Worship Internship
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Under the direction of an approved ministry mentor, students will receive practical ministry experience directing a choir (children, youth, or adult), preparing an order of service, leading worship, rehearsing a worship/praise team, and working with performing arts as opportunities are available. 4
Course Number Course Name Course Description Course Hours
MIN 371 Youth Ministry Leadership
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This course explores the definitions, Scriptural basis, and principles of youth work. It analyzes youth culture and presents various approaches to youth ministry. Students develop a philosophy of leadership and a plan for intentional discipleship within the environment of youth ministry. 3
MIN 372 Youth Evangelism and Discipleship
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This course trains students to win youth to Christ, highlighting the methods, resources, and challenges of sharing the gospel with youth. 3
MIN 373 Communication for Youth Ministry
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This course develops the teaching skills of the student in conformity with principles of the teaching and learning process, with particular attention given to communicating biblical truths to an adolescent audience. 3
MIN 374 Directing a Youth Ministry
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This course examines the rationale and methods of ministry to youth. Students learn basic strategies for effective administration in youth ministry, such as planning, organizing, recruiting, leading, and evaluating in church and parachurch settings.

3
MIN 470 Youth Ministry Internship
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Under the direction of an approved ministry mentor, students will receive practical ministry experience in youth ministry. 4
Course Number Course Name Course Description Course Hours
ANT 101 Introduction to Anthropology
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Within a Christian framework, this course explores the concepts, methods, theories, and research of anthropology through its subfields of social anthropology, physical anthropology, linguistics, and archaeology. This course applies insights from anthropology to cross-cultural ministry. 3
COM 101 Introduction to Communication
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This course explores the basic models, theories, and concepts of individual, group, and public communication. The course examines the communication process, perception, verbal and nonverbal communication, as well as intercultural and gender communication issues. 3
ECO 101 Principles of Economics
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This course surveys basic macro- and microeconomic concepts that describe how markets work from the level of the individual and firm to the economy as a whole. It introduces supply and demand, marginal analysis, consumer and firm behavior, national production, employment, inflation, interest rates, economic fluctuations, monetary and fiscal policy, and regulation. 3
ENG 101 College Writing
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This course teaches students to read critically, to research, and to write well-organized papers with well-supported theses. Students prewrite, organize, develop, and revise their writing. 3
ENG 201 Creative Writing
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This course presents the principles and methods of effective creative writing, with an emphasis on writing in the Christian field. Students will read their writing in class as well as edit and critique their peers writing. Prerequisite: successful completion of or exemption from College Writing. 3
ENG 202 Writing for Publication
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This course introduces the basic skills and knowledge needed to research, write, edit, and publish written work in several different formats. Students will write and submit a query letter, book review, profile, sidebar, letter to the editor, op-ed, devotional, and newsletter. Prerequisite: successful completion of or exemption from College Writing. 3
GRK 101 Greek I
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This course introduces the pronunciation, vocabulary, morphology, and grammar of biblical Greek. Students will learn to use reference tools and will translate selected portions of the New Testament and Septuagint.

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GRK 102 Greek II
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This course continues the study of the pronunciation, vocabulary, morphology, and grammar of biblical Greek, and it introduces basic syntax. Students will use reference tools and will translate selected portions of the New Testament and Septuagint. Prerequisite: successful completion of or exemption from Greek I.

3
HEB 101 Hebrew I
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This course introduces the vocabulary, morphology, phonology, and grammar of biblical Hebrew. Students will learn to use reference tools and will read aloud and translate selected portions of the Old Testament. 3
HEB 102 Hebrew II
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This course continues the study of the vocabulary, morphology, and grammar of biblical Hebrew, and it introduces basic syntax. Students will use reference tools and will read aloud and translate selected portions of the Old Testament. Prerequisite: successful completion of or exemption from Hebrew I.

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HIS 101 Survey of U.S. History
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This course surveys four hundred years of U.S. history from Jamestown to the 21st century. It emphasizes the key events, people, and documents that have helped shape the American nation. 3
HIS 102 Survey of Western Civilization
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This course surveys Western civilization from the emergence of human society in Mesopotamia though the Ancient, Medieval, and Modern periods. It emphasizes the key events, people, and documents that have helped shape Western civilization. 3
MAT 101 College Math
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This course presents the basic mathematics, algebra, and geometry that students use in everyday life. Additionally, this course prepares students for the Quantitative Reasoning section of the GREĀ® General Test. 3
MAT 102 Business Math
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This course presents the concepts and practices of financial mathematics, basic probability, and descriptive statistics. It emphasizes mathematical application to business, not mathematical theory. 3
PHI 201 Logic and Language
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This course trains students to distinguish sound and fallacious reasoning and applies the principles of logic to everyday reasoning and language. The course surveys informal fallacies, definitions, categorical propositions and syllogisms, elementary truth functional logic, truth and validity, and induction. 3
PHI 202 Philosophy of Science
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This course studies the methods, scope, strengths, and limitations of science and analyzes how science relates to other forms of knowledge, especially theology and faith. 3
POL 101 U.S. Government
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This course examines the historical and philosophical foundation of the U.S. governmental system. The course emphasizes the U.S. Constitution, exploring its meaning and application with an emphasis on civil liberties and civil rights. It also studies the three branches of government, the Electoral College, political parties, presidential and congressional elections, and the role of the media in American politics. 3
PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology
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This course surveys the field of psychology, examining the physical, psychological, social, and cultural factors that influence individual behavior. This course also analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of modern psychology from a Christian perspective. 3
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology
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This course explores how social institutions, organizations, relationships, and social change affect the individual. It presents the concepts, methods, theories, and research of modern sociology and describes how Christianity and sociology inform one another. 3
SPN 101 Spanish I
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This course introduces students to the Spanish language and culture through listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The course emphasizes basic needs in everyday situations. This course is open only to students with no experience in the language. 4
SPN 102 Spanish II
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This course continues to refine students skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing Spanish. Prerequisite: successful completion of or exemption from Spanish I. 4
TEC 101 Introduction to Digital Technology
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This course surveys the field of technology and its integration in Christian ministry. The course covers both technical and practical topics, from the history and operation of computers and the Internet to community building and assessment. 3