Graduate Concentration Certificate
Graduate concentration certificates are offered in several subject areas. These graduate certificates require 15 credits and can be pursued as an individual academic award or as a concentration in a degree program. However, no more than two Graduate Concentration Certificates will be awarded to the same student, and a specific course may not be applied to more than one certificate.The student must meet the general admission requirements.
- Each academic year the required courses for at least one certificate program will be offered. However, due to limitations in faculty and student enrollment, the courses for other certificates may not be available in any given year. Consult the APTS Registrar concerning the schedule of available certificates.
- The requirements for the M.A. in Ministry degree can be modified to allow a student to complete a certificate as a concentration within the degree. Consult the Registrar or Academic Dean for guidance in this area.
- Over the three-year period of their study, M.Div. students willusually have the opportunity to earn one or two certificates.
|Bible School Ministry||Credits|
|MCE 523 Educational Psychology||3|
|MCE 524 Curriculum Theory & Development||3|
|MCE 541 College Teaching||3|
|MCE 637 Practicum in College Teaching||3|
|One approved elective||3|
|MIS 510 Perspectives in World Missions||3|
|MIS 580 Cross-Cultural Communications||3|
|MIS 567 Biblical Theology of Missions||3|
|MIS 637 Practicum in Missions||3|
|One Missions elective||3|
|MCE 522 Foundations of Christian Education||3|
|MCE 529 Discipleship Ministries in the Local Church||3|
|MCE 638 Practicum in Christian Education||3|
|Two Christian Education electives||6|
|MCH 523 Pastoral Counseling||3|
|MCH 624 Contemporary Issues in Pastoral Counselling||3|
|MCH 637 Practicum in Counseling||3|
|Two Counseling electives||6|