Master of Arts in Christian Education

This major seeks to train those who anticipate a vocational ministry in a Christian Education context. It helps prepare graduates to take leadership positions in ministry to children, youth and adults, as well as in Christian school administration.

Academic Requirements

College Degree or its equivalent

Graduation Requirements

Complete 72 Units of course work

Core Classes (51 Units)
12 Units Biblical Studies
12 Units Pastoral Ministry
12 Units Theology
12 Units Intercultural Studies/Mission
3 Units Research Methods

Electives (21 Units)
12 Units Professional Electives
9 Units Minor Electives

Spiritual and Ministry Formation (6 Units)
Field Education (3 Units)
Mentoring (3 Units)

Each class is 3 trimestral units, except for Field Education and Mentoring which are counted as 1 unit per trimester

Professional Electives

Creative Teaching Methods
Curriculum Development and Evaluation
Interpersonal Communications in Education
Introduction to Educational Research
Life Stage Specific Ministry
Non-Formal Education
Philosophy of Christian Education for the Church
Principles of Administration and Leadership
Principles, Theories, and Techniques of Education

See Catalogue for the Course Descriptions