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ORGANIZATION OF COURSES

1.   Theology

2.   Christian Psychology

3.   Christian Education

 

Masters of Theology – Th.M. (50 Credit Hours)


Admission Requirements:


    • Any student seeking to enroll in the Master’s program must have a Bachelor degree in Theological studies, Biblical studies or related fields from an approved institution.
    • Complete the Admission form and pay the fee ($50.00)
    • Complete the initial deposit required.


The purpose of Mt. Olive Bible Institute & Seminary Master of Theology (50 credit hours) is to equip learners for Christian service through biblical theology, and practical studies for leadership roles in the Christian community. A study of proper ethical behaviors is investigated in Christian Ethics and the leading of others into effective bible studies. A systematic defense of the Christian faith is taught in Apologetics. A brief study is given on the history of the Church Leaders and their faith values. Students will also delve into studies of an exegetical study of John with special emphasis on the Deity of Christ. An in depth study on the book of Romans where an overview of each chapter is discussed. Thesis research writing is required for this course. This advanced program can be valuable for preachers, teachers and all Christian workers.


COURSE OUTLINE:


1. Genesis in the Light of Modern Discovery – MTG501 2hr
2. Biblical Study of Plant & Animal Life - MTPL502 2hr
3. Critical Study of Symbolic & Polemics - MTS502 2hr
4. Critical Study of Patrology & Patristics - MTP503 2hr
5. Patrology & Patristics Level 2 MTP503.1 2hr
6. Effective Biblical Study 1 & 2 - MTH504 4hr
7. Christian Leadership - MTL505 2hr
8. Old Testament Literature - MTO506 2hr
9. Parliamentary Procedures - MPP507 2hr
10. Public Speaking - MTP508 2hr
11. Christian Apologetics - MTA509 2hr
12. Theology of the Book of John 1 & 2 MTJ510 4hr
13. Theology of the Book of Romans MTR511 2hr
14. Biblical Anthropology - MTB512 2hr
15. Christian Ethics - MTH501 2hr
16. Intro to Counseling Techniques - MTC550 6hr
17. Homiletic Practicum - MTM520 2hr
18. Research & Writing - MRW580 8hr

Note: Course code and description may change at the discretion of the Seminary on the transcript.

 

Masters of Christian Psychology/Counseling: (50 Credit Hours)


Admission Requirements:


    • Any student seeking to enroll into the Master program must have a Bachelor degree in Christian Psychology/Counseling, Biblical Studies, or related fields from an approved institution.
    • Complete the Admission form and pay the fee ($50.00)
    • Satisfy the initial deposit


This program provides an introduction to the foundational principles, methods, modalities and techniques associated with the field of Christian Counseling. You will explore various topics, the change process and its barriers; and engage in personal reflection regarding your own personality and family of origin.
It is designed to give you a deepened self-awareness; steps leading to personal healing and growth; and increased confidence in helping other’s with life’s problems through the application of Scripture. It’s imperative (absolutely necessary) to remember that you must first give yourself to being a student of God’s Word before you attempt to get actively involved in counseling others. With all of the diverse psycho-logical concepts on human behavior, it is imperative that the Christian be able to evaluate all ideas and theories from a Biblical perspective. Anthology and Thesis research writing is required for this program. This advanced program can be valuable for preachers, teachers and all Christian workers

COURSE OUTLINE:


1. Orientation – ORO000
2. Values and Worldview Clarification - MCC501 3hr
3. A Biblical Strategy for Christian Counseling - MCC502 3hr
4. Role Play, Lecture - MCC503 3hr
5. Diverse Strategies in Christian Counseling - MCC504 3hr
6. Counseling Assistance Tool Kit - MCC505 3hr
7. Integration of Theology and Psychology - MCC506 3hr
8. Resolving Root Issues in the Marketplace - MCC507 3hr
9. Practitioner and Client Assessment - MCC508 3hr
10. God, Client and Therapist in Christian Counseling - MCC509 3hr
11. Professional Christian Therapy and the Church Community - MCC510 3hr
12. Professional Accountability Relationships with Authority - MCC511 3hr
13. Anthology of Psychology Terms and Usage - MCC512 3hr
14. Elective - 3hr
15. Research & Writing - MRW580 8hr
Thesis (80/90 page requirement for degree)

Note: Course code and description may change at the discretion of the Seminary on the transcript.

Master of Christian Education (50 Credit Hours)

Admission Requirements:

·     Any student seeking to enroll into the Master program must have a Bachelor degree in Theological studies, Biblical Studies, or related fields from an approved institution.

·    Complete the Admission form and pay the fee (50.00$).

·    Pay the initial deposit.

This program provides a study of the Old Testament Theology and its teachings will be investigated.  The New Testament social setting of Roman education and the purposes and objectives of the church will be evaluated. A valuable trip of Christian educational study will be journeyed from the early church to the Medieval age, continuing from the reformation until the modern age.

COURSE OUTLINE:            

·       Orientation -  ORO000                                                     

·       Old Testament Theology and Pedagogy  - MED501               

·       New Testament Principles of Education - MED502               

·       Christian Education in the early Church - MED503                             

·       The Medieval Church Renaissance Man and Cultural Renewal  - MED504                             

·       The doctrine of sin and grace - MED505                  

·       The Reformation and Christian Ed: Pietism and the Moravians - MED506                             

·       Europe in the Post-reformation Times New England and the Puritans - MED507                  

·       Education American Style Existentialism and Catholicism - MED508                                     

·       Elective

·       Research & Writing – BRW580