The Bachelor Degree in Christian Education and Counseling is designed to prepare students for careers in Education and Counseling. This is a unique program, which covers a variety of topics ranging from Christian Education, History, and Theological Controversies to Counseling and International Affairs. Furthermore, students would learn and conduct high quality qualitative and quantitative research, analysis, and present findings on various themes. The following are course requirements for the Program. Courses must be completed with a grade of C - or better in order to successfully complete the program.








Course Number
Course Name
Credit Value
TEA210Christian Education I4.0
TEA310Christian Education II4.0
BIB221History of Early Christianity4.0
BIB222Christian Art During Byzantine Empire4.0
BIB223The Crusades4.0
BIB224US Religious History4.0
BIB225History of Medieval Christianity4.0
BIB226History of Christianity in Africa4.0
COU207Interpersonal Counseling and Crisis Intervention4.0
COU210Counseling in Sick4.0
COU215Group Counseling4.0
COU224Negotiation, Mediation, and Conflict Resolution4.0
COU330Pastoral and Behavioral Psychology4.0
COU333Marriage Counseling4.0
COMP102Comparative Analysis: Teaching and Practical Living of Christ4.0
THE106Contemporary Theological Controversies4.0
INTL103Intro to International Affairs: Regional Cultures and Worldviews4.0
COM210Interpersonal Communications4.0
COM310Public Speaking4.0
LANG204
English I
4.0
LANG304
English II
4.0
BIB101
Biblical Overview
4.0
REAN201
Research and Analytics I
4.0
REAN301
Research and Analytics II
4.0
BIB110
Major Biblical Themes and Link Analysis 1
4.0
BIB210
Major Biblical Themes and Link Analysis 2
4.0
BIB215
The Rapture and Great Tribulation
4.0
MMGT215
Microsoft Office II (Powerpoint)
4.0
MMGT210
Microsoft Office I (Word)
4.0
TEA202
Teaching and Learning Styles
4.0
CON330
Pastoral and Behavioral Psychology
4.0
                                                                   TOTAL
128.0




















BACHELOR DEGREE IN

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