The curriculum for the Masters of Arts in Christian Ministry is designed to provide a solid basis of ministerial tools. Accordingly, the curriculum provides students with the tools for biblical study; an introduction to Christian scripture, history and theology; and classes directed at ministry related skills. Finally, 9 hours of electives round out the degree, allowing students to take courses most relevant for their vocation.
Requirements for the Master of Christian Ministry are:
BIBM 602 GST Orientation
- Tools, 9 hours:
BGRK 611, 612 Elementary New Testament Greek I, II
BIBL 627 Biblical Exegesis
- Bible core, 9 hours:
BIBL 610 Advanced Introduction to the Old Testament
BIBL 620 Advanced Introduction to the New Testament Text Selection, 3 hours
- History and Theology, 9 hours:
BIBD 660 Introduction to Systematic Theology
BIBH 651 History of Christianity I
BIBH 664 Advanced Restoration History
- Ministry, 12 hours:
BIBM 603 Foundations of the Theology of Ministry
BIBM 629 Field Education (or its equivalent with the approval of the M.A.C.M. advisor)
BIBM 648 Christian Spiritual Formation Ministry Electives, 3 hours
- Electives, 9 hours.
- English Bible exam.
- E-portfolio review.