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BACHELOR OF THEOLOGY IN CHRISTIAN SOCIAL WORK - B.Th.

Purpose:

The primary purpose of the Bachelor of Theology in Christian Social Work is to equip persons for competent introductory leadership in some form of specialized ministry in congregations and other settings. It also provides the foundations for a basic understanding of theological disciplines in preparation for graduate study. It also aims to serve as a scholarly enhancement of ministerial practice and preparation for some forms of basic  teaching and ministerial social work.

 

ONLINE SEMINARY BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAM CURRICULUM - CHRISTIAN SOCIAL WORK

Core Curriculum Total Credits: 60

Old Testament Survey
New Testament Survey
Intro to the Bible I
Life of Christ I & II
Introduction to Bible Study Methods
Life of Paul I & II
Introduction to Evangelism
Exegesis Book of Acts I & II
Introduction to Apologetics
Christian History I
Introduction to Missions
(4) Four Electives*

 

Major Curriculum Total Credits: 60

God, Sex, and Marriage
Introduction to Systematic Theology
Apologetics I & II
Exegesis Book of Hebrews
Exegesis Book of Ephesians
Christian Social Work I
Exegesis Book of Philippians
Exegesis Book of Romans
Anger Management
Christian Counseling I
Exegesis Book of James
Balancing the Christian Life
Evangelism I & II
Systematic Theology I
(4) Four Electives*

*Electives may be be completed through Life Experience, Educational Transcripts from other schools for other courses completed, or choosing open courses with Northwestern.

Degree Requirements: 120 Hours

 

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