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

Doctor of Course Description

DCL101       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.

DCL102       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.

DCL103       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.

DCL104       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.

DCL105       Vision and Goal-setting in Christian Leadership     (4 units)
The belief in a person’s God-given mission to exercise his or her leadership for the advancement of His kingdom must be translated into a clear vision and SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and tangible) goals, and these goals must be implemented period.

DCL106       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. Especially, the Jethroian management will be expatiated in personnel management (Exodus 18:1-23).

DCL107       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.

DCL108       Spiritual Christian Leadership     (4 units)
Recognize biblical qualities in the lives of people committed to furthering the coming of the Kingdom of God.

DCL109       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.

DCL110       Communication and Decision Making     (4 units)
Students examine organizations through the use of communication and values audits and explore how leaders affect both "real" and virtual organizations through decision-making. In addition to the organizational diagnosis and development of the audits, students hone research skills by writing a full research proposal requiring the understanding of and ability to write about researchable problems, concepts that explain the problem, the extant literature relating to the problem, appropriate research and data collection methods as well as appropriate analysis techniques.

DCL111       Global Dimensions of Leadership Today     (4 units)
Students examine the role of the leader in a global and/or multi-national organization with a focus on the role of the leader in the future. This requires that students take scripturally sound current thinking about leadership concepts and extrapolate into the future and determine the future relevance of current thinking as well as look for future leadership styles and methods that will be culturally relevant in a global setting.

DCL112       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.

DCL113       Global Futures & System Dynamics     (4 units)
Investigates how the world system of 2050 may be a dynamic arrangement of interconnected parts, and how developing countries of the global South will fare within the global economy. Students examine existing forecasts and use computer models to generate alternative scenarios in demographic, environmental, economic, and socio-political domains. Students gain practical experience in using system dynamics to help global organizations in their policy-making process.

DCL114       Theological Foundations for Christian Education     (4 units)
An exploration of the theological perspectives concerning the educational questions of content, teacher, pupil, context, methodology, and objectives. It will examine the ways in which differing theological concepts affect the nature and purpose of Christian education practices.

DCL115       History and Philosophy of Christian Education     (4 units)
This course is a broader study of the historical development of educational thought and practice in the church, with electives on the emerging and contemporary educational philosophies.

DTH101       Biblical Chronology     (4 units)
A study of the chronological questions related to such biblical area as Genesis, the Kingdom era, the Gospels, Acts and the Apostles.

DTH102       The Pastoral Epistles     (4 units)
An exposition of 1 and 2 Timothy and Titus with emphasis on interpretive problems and relevance to contemporary church life.

DTH103       Textual Criticism of the New Testament     (4 units)
A brief history of textual criticism; the relative value of manuscripts; major theories of textual criticism; application of critical methods to selected passages.

DTH104       Textual Criticism of the Old Testament     (4 units)
The theory and practice of textual criticism with special attention the scrolls of Qumran and the Septuagint.

DTH105       The Life of Christ     (4 units)
A study of Christ’s earthly life using a harmony of the Gospels.

DTH106       Parables     (4 units)
The principles of interpretation of Christ’s parables, their use in contemporary preaching, and eschatological considerations.

DTH107       Revivalism     (4 units)
Biblical principles and examples of revival’ consideration of revivals throughout Christian history with emphasis upon American revivalism and evangelization.

DTH108       Pauline Theology     (4 units)
A study of the major doctrines enunciated in Paul’s epistles.

DTH109       Pietism     (4 units)
Early expressions of pietism in Roman Catholicism; Protestant pietistic movement; impact of pietism upon; modern evangelicalism.

DTH110       The Doctrine of Sanctification     (4 units)
Biblical emphasis; historical preview; implications for Christian counseling.

DTH111       Theology of Missions     (4 units)
Theology of missions and evangelism from a reformed perspective; principles of personal and corporate evangelism and cross-cultural communications of the Gospel.

DTH112       Theology and Sociology of the City     (4 units)
An examination of the city in biblical and theological perspective and an introduction to the sociology of urban systems, structures, and conditions that create problems and/or provide hope.

DTH113       Theology and the Environment     (4 units)
Explores the relationships between Christian theology- with a special emphasis on Catholic social teaching- and concern for the environment. Criticisms of Christian theologies in accordance 3with new ecological insights will also be suggested.

DTH114       Theological Issues in the Contemporary Ecumenical Movement     (4 units)
Implications of recent ecumenical discussion for Ecclesiology and Christology, and an analysis of ecumenical statements on sacraments, ministry, mission and community.

DTH115       Church Management     (4 units)
Biblical principles and practical aspects of church management; special attention to church officers and assemblies; the pastor’s role; purpose and procedures of biblical church discipline.

DTH799       Dissertation     (8 units)
The topic must be approved by the dissertation committee and the student must follow the steps as advice by his or her advisor. A student must make a progress report and present his or her work to the dissertation committee and in a seminar. Finally, the student must pass the oral defense of the dissertation.