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Bachelor of Divinity to Master of Ecclesial Theology

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Credit Hours:

For those interested in an accelerated undergraduate to graduate degree program, Emmaus offers a Bachelor of Divinity to Master of Ecclesial Theology track (85 + 24 Hours). This degree program includes the same core classes of the MDiv (but on an undergraduate level), plus a study concentration towards advanced standing in Emmaus’ ThM program.

Program Requirements:

Phase 1: Bachelor of Divinity


Biblical Theology:

—Old Testament I (OT 501)

—Old Testament II (OT 502)

—New Testament I (NT 501)

—New Testament II (NT 502)

—Hermeneutics (BT 501)

—Biblical Theology (BT 502)


Historical Theology:

—The Church to the Reformation (CH 501)

—The Church from the Reformation (CH 502)

—Historic Profiles of Ecclesial Theologians (CH 503)


Systematic Theology:

—Theology I (TH 501)

—Theology II (TH 502)


Practical Theology:

—Christian Ethics (ET 501)

—Christian Missions (MS 501)

—Biblical Spirituality (PT 501)

—Intro to Biblical Counseling (BC 501)

—Exposition and Rhetoric (PT 502)

—Ministry Leadership (PT 503)


Biblical Languages:

—Greek I (GL 501)

—Greek II (GL 502)

—Hebrew I (OL 501)

—Hebrew II (OL 502)

—Greek/Hebrew Exegesis (GL/OL 503)


Ecclesial Theology:

—Ecclesial Theology (TH 503)

—Liturgy, Word, and Sacrament (TH 504)

—Virtue and Ecclesial Formation (ET 503)

—The Church Across Cultures (MS 502)

—Religious Landscapes (MS 503)


Ministry Practicums:

—Ecclesial Tradition Field Study

—Ecclesial Mentorship Field Study

—Practicum Electives (2 Credit Hours)



Phase 2: Master of Ecclesial Theology


Core Seminars:

—Biblical Theology for the Church (BT 601)

—Historical Theology for the Church (CH 601)

—Dogmatic Theology for the Church (TH 601)

—Practical Theology for the Church (PT 601)


Thesis Seminars:

—Reading Seminar I

—Reading Seminar II

—Research Seminar I

—Research Seminar II

Academic Level:

109 Credit Hours

Undergraduate

Not sure what degree is right for you?

Email us to find a time to talk one-on-one with a faculty member to work through your options and find the best program for you and your calling. 

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