After completing this course, the student can: •Enhance his graduate degree by taking any of the graduate certificates available•progress towards an D.Min
•Unit research essays according to module requirements.•Final research paper Student learning requirement evaluation
Master of Divinity - Biblical Language
After completing this course, the student will be able to:1.Translate from the Greek text of the Bible several portions of assigned passages.2.Discover translation techniques which bring the force of the Greek verbs and their declensions.3.Compare and Contrast several Greek exegetical commentaries on several assigned passages.4.Summarize conclusions regarding textual variations that are found in different Greek Bible texts.5.Produce his or her authentic Greek exegesis and Hermeneutics.6.Use the Greek text to outline Luke’s Pneumatology.7.Describe Biblical leadership in the light of exegetical work on several “leadership passages” found in the Scriptures. 8.Thinkcriticallyaboutlearningandinstructionaltheoriesandtheirepistemologicalandworldviewassumptions9.Use educational psychology and exegetical skills and integrate the concepts in biblical explanations during teaching and preaching.10.Engageinresearchandeducationinthedoctorallevel.
MQF/EQF Level 7
Master of Divinity - Biblical Language Track - Course modules
•Any three courses from any division 9 Credit hours (ECTS 24)•Theology of Ministry PaperNo creditsNOTE:Twelve credits of biblical language are required for all Biblical Language and Theology Track Master of Divinity degrees. Greek language, or Hebrew language equivalent, courses completed at the undergraduate level may be used to waive up to 6 credits (BNT 5573 and BNT 5583, or Hebrew language equivalents). However, credits completed at the undergraduate level will not reduce the number of graduate credits required for a Master of Divinity degree. Courses considered for waiver must be completed at an accredited institution according to policies stated in the sections on “Transfer of Credit from Other Institutions,” “Biblical Language Waiver Based on Undergraduate Credit,” and “Biblical Language Requirements.”
*3 USA credits are 201 hrs: average of 67x3 per credit hour. This equals the average of 8 ECTS (201/25)