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 ORGANIZATION OF COURSES
Theology
Christian Psychology
Christian Education

Doctor of Theology – Th.D (50 Credit hours)

Admission Requirements:


• Any student seeking to enroll into the Doctor of Theology program must have a Master degree in Theological studies, Biblical studies or related fields from an approved institution.
• Complete the Admission forms and pay a non-refunded fee ($50.00).
• Complete the initial deposit that’s required.


Doctor of Theology degree program is an advanced program grounded in a core of specialized courses that provide students with an advanced knowledge and skills needed to effectively manage Christian organizations. This program also offers experienced ministers opportunities to enhance skills in theological reflection, research design and methods within a specified area of ministry to improve their service and leadership among God’s people. The program consists of 50 credit hours.

An in-depth discussion on hermeneutic study, the principles and techniques of Bible interpretation are reviewed. An overview of the basic methods and rules for interpreting types, figurative and prophetical language is taught. A deep eschatological study is examined into the views of the pre, mid and post millennial beliefs using a survey of the study of Daniel with special emphasis given on the prophecies relating to the end times. Thesis research writing is required for this course. This advanced program can be valuable for preachers, teachers and all Christian workers

COURSE OUTLINE:

1. Homiletic Practicum - DTH700 2hr
2. Advanced Hermeneutics – Methods of Interpretation DTH701 4hr
3. Advanced Analysis of Saintly Qualifications – DTH702 4hr
4. Critical Analysis on the Partial Rapture Position – DTH703 3hr
5. Comparative Study of the Rapture Theories - DTH704 4hr
6. Comparative Study of the Events Following the Rapture - DTH705 4hr
7. Advanced History of the Second Advent - DTH706 4hr
8. Theology of Doctrine of the Tribulation I - DTH708 3hr
9. Theology of Scriptural Doctrine of the Millennium I - DTH709 2hr
10. Theology of Prophetical Doctrines of the Millennium II - DTH710 3hr
11. Critical Analysis of the Eternal Kingdom - DTH712 2hr
12. Eschatology 1 – Study of the White Throne Judgment DTH713 4hr
13. Eschatology 2 – Study of the New Things DTH714 3hr
14. Research & Writing - DTH780 8hr
Doctoral Dissertation (120/140 page requirement)

 Note: Course Code and Description may change at the discretion of the Seminary on the transcript.

 

Doctor of Philosophy in Theology – Ph.D (64 Credit Above the Doctorate Degree)

Admission Requirements:


Any student seeking to enroll into the Ph.D program must have a Doctorate degree in Theological Studies, Biblical Studies, or related fields from an approved institution .
Complete the Admission forms and pay a non-refunded fee (50.00$).
Pay the initial deposit.


Doctor of Philosophy is a terminal degree program designed to enhance the analytical, interpersonal, and professional skills of our students.
The Ph.D. student will successfully complete a dissertation (160/200 pages). In addition to the Focus Courses, a research project is designed to expand the knowledge of the field in the focus area of study, and to demonstrate that the degree candidate has conducted independent scholarly analysis and implementation of research findings in ministry context.

Mt. Olive Bible Institute & Seminary Ph.D in Theology program is designed to give the theological student an overview of the history of western philosophy thought, focusing on the development of western philosophy, from the Greeks to the early Christians into the Middle ages reaching the modern world. This course is a vigorous baptism into the philosophical ideas and will require the student to engage themselves both in reading and class discussion.


COURSE OUTLINE:
Orientation - ORO000
Introduction to Philosophy - PHP800
Comparative Branches of Philosophy - PHP801
Comparative Analaysis of the Biblical Message and Hellenic Philosophy - PHP802
Moral Ethics Philosophy - PHP803
Biblical Foundation of Moral Philosophy - PHP804
Medieval Philosophy - PHP805
Catholic Philosophy  - PHP806
Philosophy of Religion - PHP807
Modern Philosophy - PHP808
History of Western Philosophy - PHP809
Theology Influence on Philosophy - PHP810
History of Old Testament Theology Arguments - PHP811
Anthology of Philosophical Terms/Usage - PHP812
Philosophical Debate/Presentation Biblical Theology - PHP813
Elective
Mechanics of Research & Writing – MRW800
Dissertation – DTH780 (160/200 pages dissertation requirement)   

 

Doctor of Christian Psychology Counseling (50 Credit Hours)


Admission Requirements:

• Any student seeking to enroll into the Doctor of Christian Psychology/Counseling program must have a Master degree in Christian Psychology/Counseling or related fields from an approved institution.
• Complete the Admission forms and pay a non-refunded fee ($50.00)
• Pay the initial deposit

The Doctor of Christian Psychology/Counseling program is designed as a Nouthetic discourse studied in accordance with Biblical principles. This program also offers experienced ministers the opportunity to enhance skills in Christian psychology reflection, research design and methods within a specified area of counseling ministry to improve their service and leadership among God’s people.
Doctoral students will be able to freely incorporate Christian principles during counseling. During counseling there will be interaction of other faiths, a study on cults, world religions is examined to give an insight on their dogma. Students will also study Church history reviewing the stages of the church from inception to the present day standards.

COURSE OUTLINE:

1. Christianity and Psychiatry Today – DCC701 3hr
2. Advanced Study of the Holy Spirit and Counseling - DCC702 3hr
3. Advanced Study on Mentally Ill - DCC703 3hr
4. Advanced Nouthetic Counseling - DCC704 3hr
5. Church History – DCC705 3hr
6. Hamartiology and Counseling - DCC706 3hr
7. Solving Problems Nouthetically - DCC707 3hr
8. Counseling Techniques for the Christian Counselor - DCC708 3hr
9. Critical Study of World Religions and the Occult - DCC709 3hr
10. Advanced Assessment Skills & Treatment Planning- DCC710 3hr
11. Elective 3hr
12. Elective 3hr
13. Mechanics of Research & Writing DRW700 3hr
14. Doctoral Dissertation - DTH780 8hr
Doctoral Dissertation (120/140 page requirement)




Doctor of Philosophy in Christian Psychology Counseling – Ph.D (64 Credit Above the Doctorate Degree)

Admission Requirements:


  1. Any student seeking to enroll into the Ph.D program must have a Doctorate degree in Theological Studies, Biblical Studies, or related fields from an approved institution.
    Complete the Admission forms and pay a non-refunded fee (50.00$).
    Pay the initial deposit.


Doctor of Philosophy is a terminal degree program designed to enhance the analytical, interpersonal, and professional skills of our students.
The Ph.D. student will successfully complete a dissertation (160/200 pages). In addition to the Focus Courses, a research project is designed to expand the knowledge of the field in the focus area of study, and to demonstrate that the degree candidate has conducted independent scholarly analysis and implementation of research findings in ministry context.

This program will grant an overview of the history of western philosophical thought. The psychology student will examine the influence of Western philosophical thoughts on psychology and its integration. Discussion of the principles and techniques of counseling along with an investigation of the bible and crisis types and crisis intervention will be explored.


COURSE OUTLINE:


Orientation - ORO000                
Introduction to Philosophy - PHP800
Comparative Branches of Philosophy - PHP801
Advanced Christian Counseling and Psychology - PHC801
Advanced Essentials of Christian Counseling - PHC802
Advanced Theology and Psychology - PHC803
The Church and Counseling - PHC804
Advanced History of Josephus & the New Testament - PHC805
Competent to Counsel - PHC806                                               
Advanced Psychology of Counseling - PHC807                                                         
Advanced Crises in Counseling - PHC809              
Elective
Elective
Mechanics of Research & Writing – MRW800
Dissertation – DTH780 (160/200 pages dissertation requirement)
Note: Course Code and Description may change at the discretion of the Seminary on the transcript.

 

Doctor of Christian Education (50 Credit Hours)


Admission Requirements:

Any student seeking to enroll into the Doctor of Christian Psychology Counseling program must have a Master degree in Theological Studies, Biblical Studies, or related fields from an approved institution.
Complete the Admission forms and pay a non-refunded fee (50.00$).
Pay the initial deposit.


Doctor of Christian Education degree program is an advanced program grounded in a core of specialized courses that provide students with an advanced knowledge, and skills needed to effectively manage Christian organizations. This program also offers experienced ministers opportunities to enhance skills in Christian psychology reflection, research design, and methods within a specified area of counseling ministry to improve their service and leadership among God’s people. The program consists of 50 credit hours.


The student will investigate into the educational background of the Christian thought. Using tools of investigation, understanding Christian doctrines and their origins.


COURSE OUTLINE:


Orientation - ORO000
Prolegomena - DEC701
The subject–matter of the history of dogma - DEC702
The task of the History of Dogma - DEC703
The Apostolic Fathers and their Doctrinal Views Perversions of the Gospel - DEC704
Reform Movements in the Church - DEC705                                           
The Trinitarian Controversy - DEC706
The Apologist and the Beginnings of the Church’s Theology - DEC707
The Anti-Gnostics Fathers - DEC708
The Alexandrian Fathers - DEC709
Monarchianism - DEC710
The doctrine of the church and the Sacraments - DEC711                            
Method and Divisions of the History of Dogma - DEC712
History of the History of Dogma - DEC713
Elective
Mechanics of Research & Writing – MRW700
Doctoral Dissertation – DTH780 (120/140 pages dissertation requirement)

Note: Course Code and Description may change at the discretion of the Seminary on the transcript.

 

Doctor of Philosophy in Christian Education – Ph.D (64 Credit Above the Doctorate Degree)


Admission Requirements:


Any student seeking to enroll into the Ph.D program must have a Doctorate degree in Theological Studies, Biblical Studies, or related fields from an approved institution.
Complete the Admission forms and pay a non-refunded fee (50.00$).
Pay the initial deposit.


Doctor of Philosophy is a terminal degree program designed to enhance the analytical, interpersonal, and professional skills of our students.
The Ph.D. student will successfully complete a dissertation (160/200 pages). In addition to the Focus Courses, a research project is designed to expand the knowledge of the field in the focus area of study, and to demonstrate that the degree candidate has conducted independent scholarly analysis and implementation of research findings in ministry context.
This program course is designed to give an overview of the history of western philosophical thought. A discussion of western philosophy is examined from the Christian Educational perspective evaluating the Greek thought to the early Christians into the Middle Ages and finally graduating into the contemporary thought.


COURSE OUTLINE:


Orientation - ORO000
Introduction to Philosophy - PHP800
Comparative Branches of Philosophy - PHP801
Josephus and the New Testament I, II, III - PED801
Elective
Elective
Elective
Elective
Elective
Mechanics of Research & Writing – MRW800
Dissertation – DTH780 (160/200 pages dissertation requirement)
Note: Course Code and Description may change at the discretion of the Seminary on the transcript.