Bachelor of Christian Leadership
      Bachelor of Family Ministry
      Bachelor of Healing Ministry
      Bachelor of Missiology
      Bachelor of Religious Counseling
      Bachelor of Religious Education
      Bachelor of Religious Law Studies
      Bachelor of Theology
      Bachelor of Religious Studies
      Bachelor of Religious Philosophy
      Bachelor of Yogic Studies
      Bachelor of Course Description
      Master of Christian Leadership
      Master of Divinity
      Master of Family Ministry
      Master of Healing Ministry
      Master of Missiology
      Master of Religious Counseling
      Master of Religious Education
      Master of Religious Law Studies
      Master of Religious Studies
      Master of Religious Philosophy
      Master of Yogic Studies
      Master of Course Description
      Doctor of Christian Leadership
      Doctor of Family Ministry
      Doctor of Healing Ministry
      Doctor of Missiology
      Doctor of Religious Counseling
      Doctor of Religious Education
      Doctor of Religious Law Studies
      Doctor of Theology
      Doctor of Religious Studies
      Doctor of Religious Philosophy
      Doctor of Yogic Studies
      Doctor of Course Description

Bachelor of Course Description

GEC102       English Composition     (4 units)
The course is an intensive study of the fundamentals of English grammar, usage, diction, sentence structure, vocabulary building, punctuation, and paragraph development. The eight parts of speech and common grammatical mistakes will be studied in depth.

GEC106       World History     (4 units)
This is the study of the origins and development of major civilizations from early beginning through the renaissance period, cultural, and societal, considerations will be explored.

GEC108       Introduction to Philosophy     (4 units)
This course is a survey and critical analysis of the various systems of philosophy, philosophical ideas, and major philosophers and their theories in the light of both logic and Scripture. The coverage is from pre-Christian to modern times.

GEC109       Introduction to Sociology     (4 units)
This is an introduction to sociology analysis, studying social interaction, social processes, society, culture, social structures, and other concepts fundamental to sociological understanding.

GEC111       Biology     (4 units)
The course is designed to provide students with the conceptual framework, factual knowledge, and analytical skills necessary to deal critically with the rapidly changing science of biology. The goal of the course is to provide a learning environment that enables students to develop a solid understanding of the principal concepts in biology.

RLS101       Introduction to the Administration of Justice     (4 units)
Comprehensive introduction to the history, functions, structures, processes and interactions of the basic components of the criminal justice system. Required course for majors.

RLS102       Ethics In The Criminal Justice System     (4 units)
Examination of the types and history of ethical theories and development of moral and ethical behavior for criminal justice practitioners. Students learn how to analyze an ethical dilemma and apply this process to contemporary law enforcement issues.

RLS103       Legal Aspects Of Evidence and Procedure     (4 units)
Covers the development, philosophy and constitutional basis of evidence and criminal procedure; legal considerations affecting arrest, search and seizure; kind and degrees of evidence and rules governing admissibility; judicial decisions interpreting individual rights and case studies; the major stages of criminal justice processes

RLS104       Introduction to Corrections     (4 units)
Examines major types of crime and criminal behavior, characteristics of offenders, factors that contribute to crime and delinquency, and the role of probation and parole. Analyzes historical changes in crime control, treatment and punishment.

RLS105       Diversity, Law and Justice     (4 units)
Reviews legal perspectives on cultural diversity in the U.S., including race, ethnicity, gender, class, religion, disability and sexual orientation. Examines historical and contemporary laws and court rulings that have shaped how these groups interact within U.S. society. Analysis of the role the criminal justice system plays in determining the status of minority and/or disenfranchised groups and their relationship to the law.

RLS106       Concepts Of Criminal Law     (4 units)
Historical development, philosophy of law and constitutional provisions; definitions, classifications of crimes, and their application to the system of administration of justice; legal research, study of case law, methodology and concepts of law as a social force.

RLS107       Introduction To Forensics     (4 units)
The use of science and technology to investigate and establish facts in courts of law, with emphasis on examination and analysis of physical evidence. Explores the history of forensics, crime scene management and various scientific techniques used to analyze the evidentiary value of items found during an investigation.

RLS108       Criminal Investigation     (4 units)
Fundamentals of investigation; techniques of crime scene search and recording; collection and preservation of evidence; modus operandi processes, sources of information and follow-up investigation.

RLS109       Police And Community Relations     (4 units)
Current issues in relationships between the police and community are reviewed, with emphasis on the problem areas of racial minority groups, juveniles and adult criminal offenders.

RLS110       Juvenile Procedures     (4 units)
Organization, functions and jurisdiction of juvenile agencies; processing and detention of juveniles; juvenile case disposition; juvenile statutes and court procedures. Required course for majors.

RLS111       Constitutional Law     (4 units)
The logic and fallacies of the interpretive reasoning processes utilized by the court in reaching its decisions. Emphasis on the protection of individual rights and privileges contained in the Bill of Rights and an understanding of the formal and informal thinking processes applied to judicial interpretation.

LDC101       Introduction to the Old Testament     (4 units)
A summary study of the organization and content of the books with special attention given to the canon and problems of authorship, dating and authenticity.

LDC102       Introduction to the New Testament     (4 units)
Study of manuscript evidence, canon, authorship, dating, organization and messages of the books.

LDC106       The Background of the Bible     (4 units)
Significant events and people of the inter testmental period; life and customs of various ethnic and religious group in the first century A.D.

LDC107       The Life of Christ     (4 units)
A study of Christ’s earthly life using a harmony of the Gospels.

LDC108       Introduction to Christian Music     (4 units)
A survey to develop a practical, biblical philosophy of church music; methodology and principles for the staff or pastor.

LDC109       Introduction to Christian Ethnics     (4 units)
Structure and content of Christian ethics; goal, motive, and norm of the Christian life; analysis of technical issues of authority, life, sexuality, property and truthfulness.

LDC110       Introduction to Christian Education     (4 units)
Brief history and importance of Christian education in the local Church; organization of the Church’s educational program, planning and development; leadership recruitment and training; staff relationship.

LDC111       Pastoral Ministry     (4 units)
Pastoral theology and genera pastoral care; biblical and professional standards of ministerial conduct.

BTH203       Discipleship Theology     (4 units)
The nature, method and uses of Christian apologetics; a biblical response to some attacks on Christian faith.

BTH204       Introduction to World Missions     (4 units)
The nature of Man and his culture with special emphasis on the principles, history, and methodology of world-wide missions.

BTH205       Apologetics     (4 units)
The course will seek to formulate the rational basis for believing in Christian theism, with responses to objections and critiques of competing worldviews.

BTH206       Foundation of Preaching     (4 units)
A study of the techniques and fundamentals of sermon construction and persuasive delivery of expository sermons.

BTH208       Principles of Leadership     (4 units)
Investigation intro leadership theory and practice leading to the development of a bibliocentric philosophy of leadership; practice of basic leadership skills; and study of application of concepts in the Church and Para church agencies.

BTH209       Introduction to Evangelism     (4 units)
The practical examination of the theology of evangelism and discipleship with an emphasis on developing the skills of personal evangelism and equipping other to share their faith.

CLS101       Principles of Leadership     (4 units)
This course is designed to give an analysis of the tasks, styles and models of leadership according to the Bible and ?the church in a context for Christian leadership.

CLS102       Survey of Christian Leadership     (4 units)
An analysis of the tasks, styles and models of leadership, giving special emphasis to the biblical guidelines and church context of Christian leadership.

CLS103       General Theories on Leadership     (4 units)
A critical survey of theories on leadership in history from Plato’s Republic to the contemporary leadership studies. The history of leadership and contributions from various disciplines will be included. It will also explore biblical perspectives on leadership, including such topics as leadership styles: authoritarian, dictatorial or democratic.

CLS104       Essential Traits of Leadership     (4 units)
All the essential traits of leadership, such as wisdom, integrity, courage and creativity will be reviewed from the biblical perspective, and John 10:11 will be discussed as the key essence of Christian leadership. The spirit of self-sacrifice is the key in differentiating true leadership from false ones.

CLS105       Christian Leadership in Management     (4 units)
Personnel management, crisis management, temptation management, management of rebellions, and management of failures will be extensively studied on the basis of biblical examples.

CLS106       Global Strategic Leadership     (4 units)
This course provides an understanding of global issues; cross-cultural concepts focusing on people groups, values, and how to build teams of diverse while respecting local values; and maintaining unity of focus and accomplishment.

CLS107       Spiritual Christian Leadership     (4 units)
Recognize biblical qualities in the lives of people committed to furthering the coming of the Kingdom of God.

CLS108       The Leader as Agent and Students     (4 units)
Students examine leadership and organizational theory from the three perspectives of theology, psychology and sociology studying at least one theory in depth and reporting an exhaustive literature review of all that we know about the theory and demonstrate appropriate scholarly writing technique. In addition, students explore their own leadership development within a scriptural framework.

CLS109       The Human Focus of Leadership     (4 units)
Provides a framework for studying strategic leadership as it explores the role of followers interacting with other followers and the organization's leader. Examine and understand group formation and development both in the face-to-face organizational environment, as well as the virtual organization. Through this examination, discover the different role that communication plays in the virtual environment. Discuss various concepts of transformational leadership that result in leaders developing future leaders of their followers. In addition, examine the role of self-development and building accountability among leaders in a support network.

CLS110       Human Growth and Development     (4 units)
This study of human development across the life span, emphasizes a multidisciplinary perspective including such areas as psychology, sociology, social interaction, and the tools for applying developmental psychology to life situations.

CLS111       Cornerstones of Christian Leadership Across Cultures     (4 units)
Jesus is presented as the ultimate servant leader and His global followers as people that have both succeeded and failed in following His example. Students probe into how Christian scholars have written about and understood leadership from multiple cultural perspectives, gaining a faith-based benchmark for further studies in global leadership.