ORGANIZATION OF COURSES
The courses offered by the Mount Olive Bible Institute & Seminary are structured into the following academic classifications:
- Christian Psychology
Requirements for course admission when deem necessary will be indicated in italics following the course description.
Degree Courses in Theology:
Bachelors of Theology: (Prerequisite – Evangelism & General Bible Survey)
Masters of Theology: (Prerequisite –Bachelor’s Degree)
Doctorate of Theology: (Prerequisite – Master’s Degree)
Degree Courses in Christian Psychology:
Bachelors of Christian Psychology: (Prerequisite – Evangelism & General Bible Survey)
Masters of Christian Psychology: (Prerequisite –Bachelor’s Degree)
Doctorate of Christian Psychology: (Prerequisite – Master’s Degree)
All students working towards a degree must complete all prerequisites prior to conferral of degree. NO secular studies qualify for the next level.
Evangelism: (Prerequisite for Bachelor studies) 18 semester hours 1st Year Study
This one year study is a study of the total church program of evangelism, including personal evangelism, pastoral evangelism and professional evangelism. The call, qualifications, duties are taught. An emphasis on the methods, message and means of evangelism along with the life of a spirit filled soul winner is taught. Simplified homiletically studies are reviewed where the principles and techniques of sermon preparation and delivery. Upon completion of this course with a minimum GPA of 3.0 will grant the student 18 semester hours.
Evangelistic Qualifications and Callings - ECW101 3hr
Homiletics Theoretic - EHT102 1hr
Practical Application - EPA103 2hr
The Evangelist in Action - EIA104 3hr
Personal works with Young People EPP105 3hr
Principles of Altar work - EAW106 3hr
Study of Basic Bible works - ESB107 3hr
General Bible I (Prerequisite for Bachelor studies) 30 semester hours 2nd Year Study
In this second year of study, students will concentrate on foundational studies which include Old and New Testament panoramic view of chief events, prominent characters and main themes. Studies will also include homiletics studies in sermon preparation in theory. Students will also begin a foundational view of interpreting biblical language in typology and symbols. At the completion of the second year of study the student should accomplished an additional 30 semester hours leading to an accumulative 48 credits towards their Bachelors degree.
Old Testament Survey - GTS100 3hr
New Testament Synthesis - GBN101 4hr
New Testament Synthesis 2 - GBN101.1 4hr
Dispensations & Covenants 1 - GDC102.1 4hr
Dispensations & Covenants 2 - GDC102.2 4hr
Introduction to Typology - GIT103 4hr
Study of Typology 2 - GIT103.1 4hr
Homiletics - GHH104 3hr
General Bible II (Prerequisite for Bachelor studies) 30 semester hours 3rd Year Study
In this third year of study, student will concentrate on overview of systematic theology along with a comprehensive study of where Christ is found throughout the Bible in hidden language. Students will also be required to complete their homiletic study by chapel practicum, where special attention will be given to their preparation, structure and delivery. Introductory studies on Christian ethics will be reviewed along with discussion of personal work. This course qualifies the students to advance to the final year of study. The student will have obtained 78 accumulative credits towards their Bachelors degree of choice.
COURSE OUTLINE: Second Year
Study of Christ in the Scriptures 1 - GBC101 3hr
Study of Christ in the Scriptures 2 - GBC101.1 3hr
Predictive Prophesy 1 - GBP102 3hr
Predictive Prophesy 2 - GBP102.1 3hr
Personal Divine Life 1 - GBD103.1 3hr
Personal Divine Life 2 - GBD103.2 3hr
Systematic Theology Level 1 GBST104.1 3hr
Systematic Theology Level 2 GBST104.2 3hr
Systematic Theology Level 3 GBST104.3 3hr
Homiletics Practicum - GBH105 3hr
Christian Counseling/Chaplaincy Studies (Non-credit program)
This study in counseling is a course to prepare any candidate to offer effective counseling with scriptural background techniques. Strategic topics of study will be examined by student to produce knowledgeable tactics. Student will also have a practicum in role counseling and lecturing. Students who registered for Chaplaincy will obtain their licensing certificate and badge upon completion. All prospective chaplaincy candidates must be an ordained, commissioned or licensed ministerial leader prior to applying for this course.
Note: This program is not designed to meet any state licensure requirements.
Basic Concepts in Counseling Personal Issues
Developmental Issues Interpersonal Issues
Identity Issues Spiritual Issues
Concise Systematic Theology Christian & Professional Ethics
Public Speaking Lecture & Role Play
Doctrine of God Doctrine of Jesus Christ
Doctrine of the Holy Spirit Doctrine of Man
SIXTEEN WEEK COURSES – Non Credit Courses
Sixteen week study focusing on the vital structure of approach to the inner working of the gospel field. Understanding the needs of the lost, and the fellow believer; gaining a greater knowledge of spiritual assistance in this field of study.
Personal Work/Essentials Visitation
Working Among the Sick/Backsliders Dealing with Sinners
The Book of Revelation
The course is a refresher and in-depth panoramic study of the twenty-two chapters of revelation. The course will take you through the climax of biblical prophecy of the end times focusing on the present, and future to behold.
An intense study of the qualifications and the skills each leader in the gospel needs to acquire success. Along with a book study that grants greater insight to the needs of aspiring leaders.
What does Leadership mean? Better Leaders for the Church
How to Sustain High Leadership Morale Qualifications of Leaders/Selecting Leaders