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MA in Ministry | Apologetics Concentration

Overview

  • 36 credits (2 years full-time)
  • Completely online
  • Weekly live video conferences with professor and classmates

The Apologetics concentration is designed to equip students for reasonable articulation and defense of the faith with philosophical, biblical and theological tools.

Course Outline

The 18-hour Apologetics concentration builds on the 18-hour MA Ministry core.

MA Ministry Core 18 hours
BITH500 Biblical Languages and Technology 3 hours
BITH580 Biblical Hermeneutics 3 hours
BITH610 or 611 Old Testament or New Testament Theology 3 hours
HITH Historical or Wesleyan Theology Elective 3 hours
SYTH Systematic Theology Elective 3 hours
BITH612 Biblical Theology of Holiness 3 hours
Apologetics Concentration 18 hours
PRTH570 Apologetics and Cultural Engagement 3 hours
PRTH574 History and Methods of Apologetics 3 hours
PRTH572 Creation, Science and the Problem of Pain 3 hours
PRTH573 Miracles, Resurrection and the Afterlife 3 hours
  Apologetics, Ethics or Missiology Electives 6 hours
  Total: 36 hours

 

Graduate Program Calendar

Fall 2020 Dates

  • Aug. 17: Fall semester start
  • Oct. 26-Nov. 1: Fall break
  • Nov. 16-22: Optional break
  • Nov. 1: Program and scholarship  application deadline for Spring 2021
  • Nov. 23-29: Thanksgiving break 
  • Dec. 12: Fall semester end
  • Dec. 19: Fall semester end if optional break is taken

Spring 2021 Dates

  • Jan. 18: Spring classes convene
  • Mar. 21-27: Late winter break
  • Apr. 1: Program and scholarship application deadline for Summer 2021
  • Apr. 2: Last day to withdraw from Spring 2021 classes.
  • Apr. 18-24: Spring break
  • May 15: Graduate spring term end

Summer 2021 Dates

  • May 31: Summer classes convene
  • June 1: Program and scholarship application deadline for Fall 2021
  • June 28-July 4: Summer break
  • July 31: Graduate summer term end

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