Master of Arts in Theology – 60 credits
This program will equip the student to serve in congregational environments through a foundational biblical education. It fosters the development of theological understanding as part of educational, professional, and spiritual growth. The program is designed for those preparing to work as Youth Ministry, Community Services, Pastoral, Nonprofit Leadership, Religion Education or Campus Ministry.
- CH6034 Assessment for Performance
- CM6404 Homiletics
- EV5201 Evangelism II
- MN6211 Five Fold Ministry
- RG5405 History of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements
- TH5310 Eschatology I
- TH5311 Working of Miracles
- TH5312 Breakthrough Prayer
- TH5313 Heresiology
- TH5406 Progression of the Anointing
- TH6510 Contemporary Theology
- IN5601 Scientific Investigation: Theory
- IN5602 Scientific Investigation: Project
- IN6603 Thesis: Research
- IN6604 Thesis: Writing
- IN6605 Thesis: Defense
Electives (3) – 9 credits
The student completing the Master Degree in Theology will be able to:
- Understand the basic content and themes of the Old and New Testaments in their historical and cultural settings as well as the historical and theological dimensions of the Christian faith;
- Develop competence in a biblical or research language in order to develop exegetical skills;
- To develop skills of theological analysis and argument appropriate to the breadth of theological claims of Christianity;
- Understand important periods of theological reflection and confession in church history, including the contemporary setting;
- Develop aptitudes for the living and speaking the gospel in the context of the Christian community so that individually and corporately the depth of Christian conviction can be applied in the ordinary practices of life;
- Foster love for God and his Word and, therefore, to cultivate the practices of spiritual maturity and the character of Christ, and to understand the ethical responsibility of the Christian in the church and society;
- Understand the ethical and missiological dimensions of the Christian faith in its global context.
- Enrollment Agreement filled and signed.
- Bachelor degree in Theology or in related areas of study.
- Diplomas of previous studies.
- Official Transcripts of previous studies.
- Copy of official identification.
- Debit Authorization (if desired).
- A passport type photo.
- Pastoral Ordination if it were the case.
Steps to Enroll
- Application: Complete the Enrollment Agreement sent by e-mail by the Student Services Department of FCU, sign and scan the document.
- Documents: Send the Enrollment Agreement to email@example.com attached with all the documents necessary or send them by mail.
- Evaluation: After receiving the Enrollment Agreement and the copies of the requested documents, verification will be made by the corresponding departments. FCU will contact the students if additional documents are required. Transcripts must be official and sent directly from the university in a sealed envelope.
- Payment: If the student completes the Agreement and submits all required information, the next step is to pay the $260 Application and Enrollment fee, which is applicable to any program. (Application $40 & Registration & Processing Fee $110.00 – are not refundable + USD $110.00 Evaluation – refundable).
- Enrollment: Should the student’s Agreement require additional analysis by the Institution, the student will be informed immediately. After being approved, the student will be effectively enrolled and will receive a welcome letter, the Catalog, and the Student Handbook. After that, the online student will receive an e-mail with information on how to access the Student’s Portal and the template to be used their assignments. On-campus students will receive their class schedule. The Student ID Card will be sent by mail. Now the student is ready to begin their classes!
Mode of Study
Three Course Delivery Methods: Face-to-Face / Synchronous / Fully Online (Student's Portal)
4th Method for those who live near the headquarters or a branch of FCU: Hybrid
Classes start immediately after enrollment, on an ongoing basis. For online courses, students take a minimum of (1) one online course a month. For on-campus courses, invitations are sent out and students confirm their presence a minimum of (2) two weeks prior to the course date.
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