Online Master of Arts Degree in Theology

The M.A. in Theology:

  • Is self-paced;
  • Not structured in semesters, quarters or terms;
  • Can be completed 100% off-campus;
  • Uses email and easy file transfers to send coursework;
  • Also integrates voluntary small group learning options;
  • Is designed to allow the student to begin at any time of the year.

 

Program Curriculum (see course descriptions below):

 

Orientation MOR
Biblical Apologetics BA-501
Church History CH-501
Advanced Old Testament I AOT-501
Systematic Theology I ST-501
Advanced New Testament I ANT-501
Systematic Theology II ST-502
Spiritual Warfare SW-501
Roots and Origins of American Law AL-501
Elective
Elective
Bible Mastery BM-501
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Designed for:
individuals with an already solid Bible background who desire to deepen their understanding of the broader issues facing the church today.

Ministry Training for:
Pastors
Staff Pastors
Missionaries
Christian School Teachers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Course Descriptions

 

Orientation OR-MA

The purpose of this course is to help ensure that the student will begin his or her study program at Master’s with the basic information needed to move successfully toward graduation.  For this reason, this course is mandatory of all new students.

 

Biblical Apologetics BA-501
The purpose of this course is to develop the student’s understanding of the requisite issues in the study of Apologetics; to enable the student to identify key terms and describe essential issues of Apologetics and to apply Apologetic methodology to contemporary challenges; to offer the student the opportunity to explore significant challenges to the Christian faith and apologetic responses to those challenges; to examine and analyze the competing truth claims of rival world views.

 

Church History CH-501

The purpose of this course is to expose the student to an advanced survey of Church History from the time of the Resurrection to the Present Age, and to enable the student to recognize and identify important Political and Church Leaders who had a major impact on the development and life of the Church.

 

Advanced Old Testament I AOT-501
This course will lead the student to carefully examine the various interpretive options in Old Testament studies from the Book of Genesis through the Song of Solomon; to relate critically his/her own commitment to Scripture in light of those options; to demonstrate a coherent understanding of the Old Testament that reflects the student’s ability to analyze character studies, historical development, and sound 

interpretation of the text.

 

Systematic Theology I ST-501
This advanced level course presents the student with the fundamental issues of Systematic Theology and how these relate to the Bible as a foundational source. 

 

Advanced New Testament ANT-501
This course will lead the student to carefully examine the various interpretive options in the New Testament study of the Gospels and Acts of the Apostles; to relate critically his/her own commitment to Scripture in light of those options; to demonstrate a coherent understanding that reflects the student’s ability to analyze and integrate character studies, historical development, and sound interpretation of the text.

 

Systematic Theology II ST-502
This advanced level course presents the student with specific issues of Systematic Theology as they relate to God and the creation.

 

Spiritual Warfare SW-501
This course will establish for the student a genuinely biblical study of spiritual warfare within the context of the Christian life so that he or she acquire a basic and introductory knowledge regarding the nature of spiritual warfare, and identify and describe strategies for overcoming the enemy, and to develop the student’s ability to summarize the nature of spiritual warfare and evaluate various strategies for overcoming the enemy.

 

Roots and Origins of American Law AL-501
The purpose of this course is to document that America’s historical record is replete with evidence that the Ten Commandments have directly and indirectly influenced America’s founders, leaders, system of government and legal code.

 

Bible Mastery BM-501
This course will provide the master’s level student with an opportunity to demonstrate a personal comprehension of the Bible as a continuum from the creation of the current heavens and earth to its recreation in perfection and righteousness.

 

Elective courses can be selected from either:

Master's Level Courses or Speciality Courses

 

 

Investment Costs for the
MASTER OF ARTS DEGREE IN

THEOLOGY*

Cost to Start - $250
Monthly Payment - $69.33  - no interest or carrying charges
Standard Program Tuition - $4,410 ($105 per credit)
Cost of Books - Discounted through our own online bookstore.

 

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*Costs may vary due to individual requirements or preferences.

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