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BACHELOR OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION DEGREE CURRICULUM

120 Credit Hours

Prerequisite: None

Course Code

Course Number

Course Name

Course Description

Course Credit Hours

CED

32351

The Effective Minister of Education I

 

Students learn the basic skills needed to become effective and efficient as a Christian educator. This course is a classic guide for both the minister of education and Sunday School teachers. It is a comprehensive handbook that focusses on the calling, qualification, roles, responsibilities, relationships, and rewards of the Minister of Education. The focus is on Part One of the Text, pages 13 through 61/ chapters 1 - 5.

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CED

32352

The Effective Ministry of Education II

Students learn the basic skills needed to become effective and efficient as a Christian educator. This course is a classic guide for both the minister of education and Sunday School teachers. It is a comprehensive handbook that focusses on the calling, qualification, roles, responsibilities, relationships, and rewards of the Minister of Education. The focus is on Part Two of the text, pages 75 through 193/ chapters 6 – 15).

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CED

32353

The Effective Ministry of Education III

Students learn the basic skills needed to become effective and efficient as a Christian educator. This course is a classic guide for both the minister of education and Sunday School teachers. It is a comprehensive handbook that focusses on the calling, qualification, roles, responsibilities, relationships, and rewards of the Minister of Education. The focus is on Part One of the Text, pages 197 through 252/ chapters 16 – 22).

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CED

32354

Teaching Ministry  I

A course is to prepare Christian education leaders, pastors, teachers, and laypeople for church ministry. There are emphases on Biblical foundations for teaching, preparation for teaching, lesson planning, and teaching others. This course entails Part One of the text, pages 3 through 141.

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CED

32355

Teaching Ministry II

A course is to prepare Christian education leaders, pastors, teachers, and laypeople for church ministry. There are emphases on Biblical foundations for teaching, preparation for teaching, lesson planning, and teaching others. This course entails Part Two of text, pages 173 through 187.

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CEO

32356

Teaching Ministry III

A course is to prepare Christian education leaders, pastors, teachers, and laypeople for church ministry. There are emphases on Biblical foundations for teaching, preparation for teaching, lesson planning, and teaching others. This course entails Part Three of text, pages 211 through 279.

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CEO

32357

Teaching Ministry IV

A course is to prepare Christian education leaders, pastors, teachers, and laypeople for church ministry. There are emphases on Biblical foundations for teaching, preparation for teaching, lesson planning, and teaching others. This course entails Part Four of text, pages 297 through 309.

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CED

32358

Laws of the Learner I

When the student successfully completes this course, he/she will be able to practically teach anything. Students’ mastery of the Laws of the Learner, Expectation, Application, Retention, need, Equipping, and Revival will enable them to be master teachers, not only in non-secular pedagogy, but in secular pedagogy as well. Textual coverage for this course are pages 25 through 195.

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CED

32359

 

Laws of the Learners II

When the student successfully completes this course, he/she will be able to practically teach anything. Students’ mastery of the Laws of the Learner, Expectation, Application, Retention, need, Equipping, and Revival will enable them to be master teachers, not only in non-secular pedagogy, but in secular pedagogy as well. Textual coverage for this course are pages 223 through 391.

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CED

323510

Stewardship  I

A presentation of the key doctrines of the Christian faith. Designed as a core text for introductory courses in Christian theology, doctrine, and Christian Education. Students will become familiar with the foundations for Administration and leadership, Administrative Principles and Procedures, and Education Leadership in the Local church. The coverage for this course in the text is the entirety of Part One, pages 3 through 29.

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CED

323511

Stewardship II

A presentation of the key doctrines of the Christian faith. Designed as a core text for introductory courses in Christian theology, doctrine, and Christian Education. Students will become familiar with the foundations for Administration and leadership, Administrative Principles and Procedures, and Education Leadership in the Local church. The coverage for this course in the text is the entirety of Part One, pages 37 through 195.

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CED

323512

Stewardship  III

A presentation of the key doctrines of the Christian faith. Designed as a core text for introductory courses in Christian theology, doctrine, and Christian Education. Students will become familiar with the foundations for Administration and leadership, Administrative Principles and Procedures, and Education Leadership in the Local church. The coverage for this course in the text is the entirety of Part One, pages 215 through 251.

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CED

323513

Stewardship IV

A presentation of the key doctrines of the Christian faith. Designed as a core text for introductory courses in Christian theology, doctrine, and Christian Education. Students will become familiar with the foundations for Administration and leadership, Administrative Principles and Procedures, and Education Leadership in the Local church. The coverage for this course in the text is the entirety of Part One, pages 273 through 313.

3

CED

323514

History of Evangelism

The text for this course is an interesting and highly readable account of the history of evangelism. This course is a must for pastors, missionaries and especially those with a call for evangelism. It is commonly used in Bible colleges around the world.

 

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CED

323515

Teaching For Results I

Spiritual growth has a lot to do with solid biblical teaching. Teaching is one of the critical ministries in the church. This course helps teachers, pastors, and laypeople who are passionate about teaching become successful teachers. This course covers parts I and II, pages 3 through 131.

3

CED

323516

Teaching For Results II

Spiritual growth has a lot to do with solid biblical teaching. Teaching is one of the critical ministries in the church. This course helps teachers, pastors, and laypeople who are passionate about teaching become successful teachers. This course covers parts III and IV, pages 143 through 225.

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CED

323517

Christian Education Administration I

 

This course gives a practical outlook on Administration in churches and Christian Organizations. Students explore a vast array of topics and principles that can enable one to become an excellent administrator. Pages 13 through 98/ chapters 1 - 5.

3

CED

323518

Christian Education Administration II

Planning, Assessing Needs, Recruiting, and Changing people and things are the bases for this segment of the course. Pages 100 through 172/ chapters 6 – 10.

3

CED

323519

Christian Education Administration III

The third session of the course features the responsibility of the leader as a delegator. Leaders must also develop a team relationship with those who he or she leads. Relationship with local churches and other Christian organizations is important as a leader. Communication is vital component of the leadership process. 175 through 238/ chapters 11 – 15.

3

CED

323520

Christian Education Administration IV

Training for Godliness and Competence, Placing God’s Servants in God’s Service, Chairing Business Meetings, supervising and Evaluating Volunteers, and Reproducing Leaders who Reproduce are some of the key topics students will explore. Pages 240 through 321/ chapters 16 – 20.

3

CED

323521

Christian Education in the Millennium

A comprehensive study of the theories and principles of Christian Education. The course reflects on the basic tenets of being an effective minister of education and a church to have a successful Christian Education Ministry.

3

CED

323522

The Church in God’s Program

 

A course that highlights the meaning and Uses of the Word Church, the Nature of the Church, the Inauguration of the Church, the Role of the Church in God’s plan, the Organization of the Church, its ministry, worship, and sacraments.

3

THE

323027

Pneumatology

 

The author delves into historical data shared with renowned biblical scholars as they explore the expediency and relevancy of spiritual gifts in the church. Then and now, God has always dealt with humanity through His Spirit. Understanding the Spirit of God and His purpose in the church and among his people, is a riveting narrative the author uncovers.

3

THE

32306

Evangelical Theology

Karl Bart presents the basic tenets of Evangelical Theology in terms of the Place of Theology, Existence of Theology, the Threat to Theology and Work of Theology.

3

THE

323010

Hermeneutics

 

This introductory course will enable students to completely obtain a comprehensive view and understanding of biblical interpretation. Students will be able to identify and analyze the principles and processes of biblical interpretation. Today's Christian element demands concise and complete hermeneutical teachings. The student will piece together the elements of Biblical interpretation that will add depth and accuracy to the message, lesson or devotion.

3

THE

323011

Old Testament Theology I

This is an introductory study into understanding the nature, method, scope, and motivation of Old Testament Theology as it relates to the scripture and God. Due to the voluminous content of the course, the focus of the study is on the first three parts (introduction, God as Primal Character and Agent, pages 5 through 157 of the textbook).

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THE

323012

Old Testament Theology II

This course addresses two parts of the Old Testament Theology: The Community of praise and Obedience, and The Hope of Israel and the Hope of the World, pages 197 through 371 of the textbook.

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THE

323025

New Testament Survey

 

This course features the Political, Social, Economic, and Religious surroundings of the New Testament during the Birth, Life, and Ministry of Christ. It also touches on the records and Problems of the early church.

3

THE

323026

Pentecostal Doctrines

A course that provides an in-depth study of the teachings of the Bible as it examines fundamental biblical truths in a manner that promotes growth, maturity and stability in Christians' spiritual lives. A review of the Pentecostal position, this course explores salvation, baptism in title Holy Ghost, sanctification, divine healing the final judgment

3

THE

323028

Fundamentals of Theology

 

A course designed to help identify concepts and methods for understanding Christian Faith.

3

THE

323029

Christ in the Old Testament

A study that discusses Christ as the New man, Son of the Woman, Son of Abraham, Heir of the Promise, Lord and Servant, Rock of Moses, Prince of peace, and Lord to Come.

3

MIN

32131

Family Ministries I

The course covers the first unit of the textbook, pages 2 through 42/ chapters 1 - 3. It addresses the changing faces of the family. The authors share their views about some of the changes that families undergo as well as crises.

3

MIN

32132

Family Ministries II

The second unit of the text entails the entirety of the course. This unit reflects on the formation of a biblical theology of the family. The pages in the text are 66 through 155/ chapters 4 – 9.

3

MIN

32133

Family Ministries III

This third unit of the text covers the entirety of the course, pages 182 through 223. The primary focus of this course is family ministry in the local church.

3

MIN

32134

Leadership Ethics I

This introductory leadership course acquaints students with the perspectives of Leader-Centric Approaches. Part I of the textbook covers the entirety of the course, pages 15 through 93.

3

MIN

32135

Leadership Ethics II

This introductory leadership course acquaints students II of the textbook covers the entirety of the course, pages 119 through 215 with the perspectives of Leader-Centric Approaches. Part

3

MIN

321310

Pastoral Care of the Older Adults

The world is aging rapidly. Pastors or aspiring pastors or ministry workers have to learn about how to deal with older people. Senior citizen ministry is a vital part of church growth and management. This course provides relevant information that can help pastors know how some of the needs of the elderly and their importance in ministry.

3

MIN

321311

Leadership Development

This course guides leaders in identifying and nurturing leadership skills in those who surround them. The author of the textbook notes that while many leaders are skilled in seeing the "big picture," they need other leaders to help them transform that vision into reality. Discusses ways to develop, equip and coach potential leaders.

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MIN

321313

Prayer Ministry I

Prayer is an essential part church ministry. The course is divided into two phases. The first phase covers The Church that Prayer Built, the Role of the Church Prayer Coordinator, Leader Relationship, Building your Prayer Action Team, assessing Your Church’s Needs, and Taking Your Church to the Next Level, pages 15 through 87.

3

MIN

321314

Prayer Ministry II

Prayer is an essential part church ministry. The course is divided into two phases. The first phase covers The Church that Prayer Built, the Role of the Church Prayer Coordinator, Leader Relationship, Building your Prayer Action Team, assessing Your Church’s Needs, and Taking Your Church to the Next Level, pages 105 through 191.

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