Spring 2016 – Summer 2016 Graduate Course Catalog by Regent University

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rtch 779 study tour option 3 provides various domestic and global tour settings as immersion learning contexts for biblical studies christian doctrine intercultural studies and history and/or practical theology areas of study offered once per academic year cross-listed with dgen 689 rtch 780 teaching practicum 3 focus on developing theological educators and teachers by matching students as teaching assistants with a teacher-mentor in order to provide experience with course design and preparation syllabus construction lecturing assessment instructional technology and other aspects of undergraduate or graduate level education rtch 781 guided research 3 the research of a topic of interest in biblical studies christian theology and the history of global christianity preferably related to the dissertation topics of research must be arranged with the course instructor rtch 783 readings in renewal and biblical studies 3 review for ph.d qualifying examinations repeatable for credit rtch 784 readings in renewal and the history of global christianity 3 review for ph.d qualifying examinations repeatable for credit rtch 785 ph.d seminar 3 or 6 in-depth study and discussion of various specific topics related to the ph.d course of study it may include faculty presentations dialogues student presentations guest speakers or a combination of these considered an elective course and not related to any particular specialty track rtch 786 readings in renewal and theological studies 3 review for ph.d qualifying examinations repeatable for credit rtch 797 proposal development 3 guides the articulation of a problem or question and the formulation of the abstract and table of contents as well as the construction of a literature review for a dissertation proposal prerequisites completion of 18 credits and rtch 703 rtch 800 a z qualifying exams 1 a final review of subject areas and content in preparation for ph.d qualifying examinations students will then take the written and oral portions of the qualifying exams this course is the first part of the ph.d culminating experience pass/no pass rtch 801 a z ph.d dissertation research 1 original study and research using historical critical biblical and theological tools and analysis the dissertation must focus on an approved topic in renewal studies this course is the second part of the ph.d culminating experience prerequisite fulfillment of all ph.d course requirements and approval of ph.d faculty pass/no pass sfrm 501 spiritual formation foundations 3 biblical historical and theological aspects of christian formation including the holistic and other models as these are practically applied to personal life and ministry contexts sfrm 502 internship ministry formation 3 accompanies the internship addresses spiritual formation issues in relationship to the internship experience serves as the basis for the assessment of spiritual progress and vocational preparedness within the professional context prerequisite sfrm 501 pass/no pass sfrm 503 spiritual vocational integration 3 assessment of spiritual progress and vocational preparedness within personal and professional contexts with a view toward recommendation for ministerial fitness taken in final year of degree program prerequisite sfrm 502 sfrm 509 models of biblical discipleship 3 biblical principles for building reproducing disciples based upon the great commission including discipleship strategies for a range of settings prerequisite sfrm 501 cross-listed with pmin 509 sfrm 510 christian spirituality 3 biblical meanings and theology of the various “streams” of spirituality historical development and contemporary practice of the spirituality encompassing christian faith life and ministry prerequisite sfrm 501 sfrm 601 spiritual formation community 3 design and application of models principles processes and practical theology of both spiritual formation and discipleship in faith communities and other ministry contexts prerequisites pmin 509 or sfrm 510 theo 500 christian theology 3 key tenets and central doctrines of the christian faith special focus on biblical foundations historical developments theological method and major controversies and confessions school of divinity page 149