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M.Div

Master of Divinity

 

Program Description

The Masters of Divinity (M. Div) program at CTUA is a degree program that aims to enable students to develop their ministerial leadership identity and skills while training leaders for the diverse ministries both in the narrow context of CTUA and in the wider context of the global kingdom of God.

 

Program Objectives

Upon completion of this program, the student will


1. Exhibit an introductory graduate-level understanding of the Bible's content, contexts, structure, and message; and demonstrate the ability to conduct solid research with a goal of properly applying the Bible to modern life
2. Demonstrate sufficient knowledge of the Christian historical, theological, and ethical frameworks commonly held in the believers' church tradition to sustain ministerial leadership to God's glory

3. Affirm God’s calling and explore areas of spiritual formation and self-awareness appropriate for ministry leadership
4. Demonstrate basic comprehension of the theology and theory and develop competence in the practice of pastoral care, counseling, proclamation, and worship leadership
5. Understand theory and develop practical skills to be effective in communicating and living the Gospel in ecclesiological, missional, and intercultural contexts
6. Demonstrate comprehension of effective leadership principles and Bible teaching skills in Christian education ministries

7. Develop ministry skills and a deeper understanding of missionary theory and practice  

8. Demonstrate an understanding of and ability to integrate biblical principles of leadership and theological knowledge with professional skills vital for effective ministerial and public leadership, such as administration, preaching, teaching, counseling, evangelizing, discipline, and worship.

 

Admission Requirements

Applicants must present:

1)   Baccalaureate degree from an college/university accredited or approved by the appropriate government agency

2)   Two letters of recommendation from two references that speak to the applicant’s academic promise and character

3)   Completed Application for Admission form

4)   Official transcript from each college and university attended

5)   Proof of proficiency in the English language. Students must have a TOEFL score of at least 550 (Paper-based test)

 

Method of Instruction

The method of instructions is on-site, lecture-based, direct instruction.  All lectures will be conducted on our campus. Instruction will be conducted in English.

 

Graduation Requirements

In order to complete a graduate degree, a student must:

1)  Satisfactorily complete the required credit units (96 semester units) for the program

2)  Maintain a 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale

 

Required Credit Units for Graduation

Biblical Theology:              12 units

Systematic Theology:        9 units                             

Historical Theology:           9 units               

Pastoral Theology:             12 units

Spiritual Theology:             6 units

Intercultural Theology:        15 units

Academic Research:         3 units

Electives:                         30 units

Total:                                96 units

  

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