Master of Divinity
The Master of Divinity (M.Div) prepares students for professional work as pastors and other church leaders. The M.Div program places emphasis on biblical leadership and provides in-depth knowledge on the Scripture and Christian principles. The goal of the M.Div program is to provide students with communication skills to lead faith communities in worship.
*M.Div Program is currently inactive for Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 Semesters*
Applicant should submit a completed application packet with proof of satisfactory completion of a bachelor’s program with a grade of “C” or above.
A non-refundable application fee of $300 must be accompanied with the application.
In addition, the applicant must meet our English proficiency standards. This may be done by submitting satisfactoryTOEFL scores or ESL scores from accredited schools. Students who graduated from the Bachelor of Theology program at BCCAS are not required to submit TOEFL/ESL scores to enter the graduate program.
- Students must complete 90 credits of coursework, with a minimum 2.0 grade point average
- Pass a written comprehensive exam or complete a written project, in lieu of dissertation
- Follow the Standard of Academic Progress, as described in our catalog
- Student’s financial account must be reconciled before being awarded a degree
Division of Christian Ministries
Master of Divinity – 90 Units
|OT101||Introduction to Old Testament Study||3||OT201||OT Exegesis||3|
|HT101||World Church History||3||NT101||Introduction to New Testament Study||3|
|CGE1201||Basic Hebrew||3||ET101||Introduction to Christian Education||3|
|OT202||Torah (Laws)||3||HT301||History of Reformation||3|
|NT201||NT Exegesis||3||ST101||Introduction to Systematic Theology||3|
|PT201||*Introduction to Preaching||3||PT202||*Christian Ethics||3|
|HT201||History of Christian Thoughts||3||PT203||*Christian Counseling||3|
|ST203||Ecclesiology & Eschatology||3||ST301||*Evangelical Theology||3|
|MT101||Theology of Mission||3||PT204||*Theology and Spirituality||3|
|NT202||Gospels||3||OTNT205||Biblical Historical Context||3|
|NT203||Acts/Paul’s Epistles||3||PT205||*Church Leadership||3|
|Biblical & Theological Studies||51|
|TOTAL SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS||90|