Spring 2020 Syllabi

A syllabus is intended to give the student guidance in what may be covered during the term (or semester) and will be followed as closely as possible. However, the professor reserves the right to modify, supplement and make changes as course needs arise.

Students are encouraged to use online resources such as Amazon.com to purchase textbooks. Required texts are listed in the syllabus for each course.

Online Courses / Guided Studies

  • GTR – 803A/B – Facilitating Trauma Recovery
  • MAC 801A – Psychological Assessment
  • MAC 804A – Career & Life Development
  • NT 511A – Biblical Greek 2
  • OT 511A – Biblical Hebrew 2
  • OT 610 – Hebrew Reading: Ruth & Jonah
  • PT 650 – Ministry Internship Seminary
  • TH 895 – Thesis 1
  • TH 896 – Thesis 2

Master of Arts in Counseling Courses

  • MAC 512 – Psychopathology
  • MAC 520 – Practicum and Professional Orientation
  • MAC 521 – Counseling and the Bible 3
  • MAC 610 – Internship/Professional Seminar 2
  • MAC 621 – Child & Adolescent Counseling
  • MAC 704 – Models of Counseling
  • MAC 803 – Social and Cultural Diversity
  • MAC 805 – Group Counseling

Doctor of Ministry Courses

MDiv and ThM Courses

Advanced Cultural Studies Courses

  • TBA
  • TBA

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