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The Chaplaincy Program

Those who are interested in preparing themselves to serve as a chaplain, either in a hospital, hospice, jail, military, or corporate setting, are invited to consider the 16-credit hour Chaplaincy Program, either as an emphasis in the Master of Divinity (MDiv) degree program, as a track in the Master of Arts in Ministry degree program.

  1. For those combining the Chaplaincy program with the Master of Divinity degree, the counseling courses listed below will be substituted for the following courses: PPT 5813, Administration of the Congregational Body, PPT 5811, Congregational Administration Field Experience,CCH 5623, Church History II, CWM 5913, Congregation Planting and Development, PRE 5023, Philosophy of Religious Education, PRE 5021, Philosophy of Religious Education Field Experience (total: 14 cr. hrs.).  NOTE: The Chaplaincy Concentration of 16 cr. hrs. will add 2 cr. hrs. to the total required for the MDiv.

  2. Those who elect to pursue the Master of Arts in Ministry degree will follow the Chaplaincy track of that degree, including these courses (16. cr. hrs.).

Course Requirements for the Chaplaincy Program, 16 hours Credits
PSY 5003 Basic Counseling Techniques 3
PSY 6013 Psychosocial Theory 3
PSY 6513 Pastoral Care Through Chaplaincy 3
PSY 6521 Chaplaincy Practicum (may be repeated) 1
And two of the following three courses
PSY 6703 Diagnosis, Appraisal, Assessment and Testing
for Individual or Interpersonal Disorders
3
PSY 6033 Psychopathology 3
PSY 6103 Substance Abuse Theory and Counseling Techniques 3

 

The Master of Divinity Program

The following is a recommended organization of the courses that make up the content of the Master of Divinity degree. Because this is not a required sequence, the student must consult with a faculty advisor to determine the best order of course selection, given the special needs of each student.

First Year Semester 1 Semester 2
CJS 5103 The Jewish Experience: Judaism 101* 3
CJS

5313,

5323

Jewish Roots and Foundations of Scripture, I and II

3 3
BST 5313 Introduction to Theology 3
BST 5833 Biblical/Messianic Apologetics 3
BOT, BNT Survey or other Bible course 3 3
BIE 6823 Biblical Hermeneutics 3
CWM 5103 Personal Evangelism 3
BNT, BOT Beginning NT Greek or Beginning Hebrew 3 3
                                                              TOTALS:    18                  15

*CJS 5103 The Jewish Experience: Judaism 10, is prerequisite for BIE 6823, Biblical Hermeneutics, BST 5833, Biblical/Messianic Apologetics, and all CJS (Judaic Studies) courses, unless exempted by instructor permission, examination, or prior applicable course work.  If exempted from taking CJS 5103, any elective approved by the student’s advisor may be taken in its place.

Second Year Semester 1 Semester 2
BOT 6543 The Pentateuch/Torah 3
BNT 5523 The Gospels in Their Jewish Context 3
PPT 5713 Homiletics: Sermon Preparation
and Delivery
3
PPT 5603 Aspects of Spiritual Formation 3
CCH

5613

5623

Church History I and II 3 3
CWM 5613 Introduction to Missions 3
PSY 5003 Basic Counseling Techniques 3
PPT 5813 Admin. of the Congregational Body 3
PPT 5811 Cong. Administration Field Exerience 1
PRE 5023 Philosophy of Religious Education 3
PRE 5021 Philosophy of Religious. Ed. Field Experience 1
                                                             TOTALS:    16                  16

 

Third Year Semester 1 Semester 2
BOT/ BNT Bible courses 3 3
PPT

6813

Expository Preaching 3
CCH 5933 American Church History 3
BST 5423 History of Doctrine 3
CWM 5913 Congregation Planting
and Development
3
CWM 5703 Leadership Development 3
CWM 5701 Apply Leadership Principles in the
Ministry Setting
1
PPT 5833 Planning and Administering the Worship
Service
3
PSY 6313

Pre-Marital Marriage Therapy and
Counseling Theory and Techniques                                              3

                                                             TOTALS:    12                   19
Total Credits required for Master of Divinity Degree: 96

 

Field Experience an Integral part of the Master of Divinity Program

The Master of Divinity degree program is designed to emphasize the parish ministry.  Thus, those skills that are needed for the care and discipleship of God's people are given not only in the classroom, but also in field experience.  This is combined with a course taught in the classroom.  It is important for students to work with their advisor to be sure to include these components progressively.  The degree is designed to provide experience in several field service applications that move throughout the development of the program.  In each of the field experience credits students will be assigned either to a parish ministry or ministries that are extensions of the parish ministry, e.g., hospital, hospice care, personal counseling, mentoring, etc.

The Master of Divinity Program - Flexible Tracks

The following chart displays the Master of Divinity required courses in a more flexible arrangement to accommodate several purposes: 1) to guide those who have an accredited MA and wish to complete additional courses to meet the requirements for the MDiv (the Seminary gives advanced standing toward the MDiv for those who already have the prerequisite courses [see below], as well as allowing credit for any additional SPS&Y MA-MS courses that meet the regular MDiv requirements, to further reduce the hours needed for the MDiv, hour for hour), 2) for those who have an accredited MA and need to complete an MDiv in preparation for doing the Doctor of Ministry degree program, 3) for those who have a BA and wish to work toward an MDiv, while completing the requirements for an MA in Ministry degree on the way.  The Pastoral Ministry Track (column 1) and the Religious Educator Track (column 4) in this chart are exemplary for any of the seven MA in Ministry concentrations. The specialized courses for any of these seven concentrations are shown (here for the Congregational Education track) in the last cell of the "Further area requirements" row.

Master of Divinity Requirements, 96 hours

Pastoral
Ministry
Military
Chaplain
Hospital
Chaplain
Religious
Educator
Bible

Hermeneutics 3,

Biblical Language 6,

Bible Electives 18

Hermeneutics 3,

Biblical Language 6,

Bible Electives 12

Hermeneutics 3,

Biblical Language 6,

Bible Electives 12

Hermeneutics 3,

Biblical Language 6,

Bible Electives 12

Credits Total 27 Total 21 Total 21 Total 21
Theology

Introduction 3,

Historical Theology 3,

Aplogetics 3,

Jewish Roots 6

Spiritual Formation 3,

Evangelism 3,

Elective 3

Introduction 3,

Historical Theology 3,

Aplogetics 3,

Jewish Roots 6

Electives 6

Introduction 3,

Historical Theology 3,

Aplogetics 3,

Jewish Roots 6

Electives 6

Introduction 3,

Historical Theology 3,

Aplogetics 3,

Jewish Roots 6

Electives 6

Total 24 Total 21 Total 21 Total 21
Pastoral
Ministry

Homiletics and
Expository Preaching 6,

Counseling 3,

Religious Ed. 3,

Leadership 3,

Worship 3,

Internship 6,

Church
Administration 3,

Congregation Planting 3

Homiletics and
Expository Preaching 6,

Counseling 3,

Religious Ed. 3,

Leadership 3,

Worship 3,

Internship 3

Homiletics and Expository

Preaching 6,

Counseling 3,

Religious Ed. 3,

Leadership 3,

Worship 3,

Internship 3

Homiletics and
Expository Preaching 6,

Counseling 3,

Religious Ed. 3

Leadership 3,

Worship 3,

Internship 3

Credits Total 30 Total 21 Total 21 Total 21
History
and Missions

Church History 6,

American Church
History 3,

World Mission 3

Church History 6,

World Mission 3,

Elective 3

Church History 6,

World Mission 3,

Elective 3

Church History 6,

World Mission 3,

Elective 3

Credits Total 12 Total 12 Total 12 Total 12
Further
Area
Require-
ments

Elective 3

Chaplaincy 3,

PTS Disorder 3,

Debriefing 3,

Sex Trauma 3,

Bio/Med. Ethics 3,

Elective 6

Chaplaincy 3,

PTS Disorder 3,

Debriefing 3,

Sex Trauma 3,

Bio/Med. Ethics 3,

Elective 6

Philosophy of Education 3,

Curriculum 3,

Adm. Congregation. Ed 3,

Electives 12 ,

Credits Total 3 Total 21 Total 21 Total 21
Grand Total 96 96 96 96

 

The Master of Arts and Master of Science Degree Programs

The Master of Arts and Master of Science degree programs require prerequisite courses from among the following, to ensure that all graduates have a familiarity with the distinctives of the Seminary. Students who received their undergraduate degree at St. Petersburg Theological Seminary are not required to repeat these courses. Graduates from other institutions, who have similar courses on their transcripts, may be exempted from taking them if they can demonstrate that those courses were closely comparable to these. Some of these may be exempted by examination. However, a student may be required to take other courses to complete the required minimum number of credit hours for that degree.

Prerequisite Course Requirements for Master of Arts and Master of Science Degrees (see following degree program descriptions for which of these courses are required in each degree program):

CJS 5103 The Jewish Experience: Judaism 101* 3
BIE 6823 Biblical Hermeneutics 3
BNT 5603 New Testament Survey* 3
BOT 5503 Old Testament Survey* 3
BST 5313 Introduction to Theology* 3
BST 5833 Biblical/Messianic Apologetics 3
CCH 5613, 5623 Church History I, II 6
BIE 5823 Biblical Hermeneutics 3
CJS 5313, 5323 Jewish Roots and Foundations
of Scripture I and II
6
*CJS 5103 The Jewish Experience: Judaism 10, is prerequisite for BIE 6823, Biblical Hermeneutics, BST 5833, Biblical/Messianic Apologetics, and all CJS (Judaic Studies) courses, unless exempted by instructor permission, examination, or prior applicable course work.  If exempted from taking CJS 5103, any elective approved by the student’s advisor may be taken in its place.
Master's Thesis, Survey Research or Basic Research Requirement:
A Master's thesis is required for each Master of Arts and Master of Science degree, except the Master of Arts in Ministry, for which a survey research project may be substituted for the thesis, and the Master of Arts in Counseling, for which a basic research project may be substituted for the thesis. When the student is ready to begin the research and writing of the Master's thesis, survey research project, or basic research project, he or she will register for the Master's thesis writing course, TRW 6971, Thesis Writing and Research Design, which is the same for all areas of study. However, since it generally takes more than one semester to complete the thesis or project, after the student has completed the required courses for that degree program and TRW 6971, he or she will continue to register for 1 credit hour of Master's thesis/survey research continuation, TRW 6970, each Fall and Spring term until the thesis or project and all other requirements are completed (see pg. 18, "Continuing Matriculation Requirement").

Minimum Total Required Hours: The minimum total number of credit hours for the degree programs varies from 36 to 45, including 3 credit hours for the thesis, but exclusive of the master's thesis matriculation continuation credits (see previous paragraph).


The Master of Arts Degree in Biblical Studies

The Master of Arts in Biblical Studies is an academic degree designed to enhance scholarship in Biblical Studiess and prepares men and women to provide congregational leadership as teachers or elders, to teach Bible in a Christian or synagogue school, or to prepare for doctoral study to teach in higher education institutions.  Course requirements for the Master of Arts in Biblical Studies are: 

A. Prerequisite
Course Requirements
30 crs., as needed, in addition to the requirements
in Parts B or C
CJS 5103 The Jewish Experience: Judaism 101* 3
BNT 5603 New Testament Surveny* 3
BOT 5503 Old Testament Survey* 3
BST 5313 Introduction to Theology* 3
BST 5833 Biblical/Messianic Apologetics 3
CCH 5613, 5623 Church History I, II 6
CJS 5313, 5323 Jewish Roots and Foundations
of Scripture I, II
6

*CJS 5103 The Jewish Experience: Judaism 10, is prerequisite for BIE 6823, Biblical Hermeneutics, BST 5833, Biblical/Messianic Apologetics, and all CJS (Judaic Studies) courses, unless exempted by instructor permission, examination, or prior applicable course work.  If exempted from taking CJS 5103, any elective approved by the student’s advisor may be taken in its place.

B. Courses Required
in the Area of Bible:
30 crs. plus Thesis
BOT 5203, 5213 Beginning Hebrew I, II* 6
BNT 5213, 5223 Beginning N. T. Greek I, II* 6
BIE 6923 Historical Geography of the Bible 3
BNT 6913 New Testament Introduction 3
BOT 6713 Former Prophets 3
BOT 6543 The Pentateuch/ Torah 3
BNT 5523 The Gospels in their Jewish Context 3
BIE,
BNT,
BOT,
BST,
or CJS
xxxx Six (6) crs. chosen under the
direction of the student's advisor
and the area head
6
TRW 6971 Thesis Writing and Research Design 3
Total 36

*If either or both of these language courses were taken as an undergraduate, the Intermediate year or an advanced exegesis course should be taken to total 12 credits of graduate language study.

Master of Arts in Biblical Studies with a Concentration in Apologetics

The Seminary offers a Master of Arts in Biblical Studies with a concentration in apologetics for those interested in an apologetics-related ministry or a ministry to college campuses. This degree concentration incorporates the requirements under A. as needed, and those of B. above, with the following changes: Instead of BOT 6713, Former Prophets, BOT 6543, The Pentateuch (Torah), BNT 5523, The Gospels in their Jewish Context, and the 6 elective credits under B. above, the following courses are required for this degree with the apologetics concentration:

C. Courses Required for an
Apologetics Concentration:
30 crs. plus Thesis
BOT 5203, 5213 Beginning Hebrew I, II* 6
BNT 5213, 5223 Beginning N. T. Greek I, II* 6
BIE 6923 Historical Geography of the Bible 3
BNT 6913 New Testament Introduction 3
BST 5663 Evolution and Creation 3
BST 5563 The Bible and Science 3
BST 5823 Cults 3
BST 5843 World Religions 3
BIE 6913 Bible Introduction 3
TRW 6971 Thesis Writing and Research Design 3
Total 36


Master of Arts Degree in Counseling

The Master of Arts in Counseling program integrates professional standards with biblical applications.  Course requirements for the Master of Arts in Counseling are:

A. Prerequisite Course
Requirements:
(12 crs. as needed, in addition
to the requirements in Part B)
BIE 6823 Biblical Hermeneutics 3
BST 5833 Biblical/ Messianic Apologetics 3
CJS 5316, 5325 Jewish Roots and Foundations
of Scripture I and II
6

 

B. Courses Required in the
Area of Counseling:
39 crs. plus Basic Research or Master's Thesis
PSY 5003 Basic Counseling Techniques 3
PSY 6013 Psychosocial Theory 3
PSY 6023 Human Sexuality Theory and Counseling Techniques 3
PSY 6103 Substance Abuse Theory and Counseling Techniques 3
PSY 6313 Pre-Marital/ Marriage Therapy and Counseling Theory and Techniques 3
*PSY 6353 Family Therapy and Counseling Theory and Techniques 3
*PSY 6703 Diagnosis, Appraisal, Assessment, and Testing
for Individual or Interpersonal Disorders
3
*PSY 6903 Legal, Ethical, and Professional Standards in the
Practice of Marriage and Family Therapy
3
*PSY 5003 Dynamics of Marriage and Family Systems 3
*PSY 5113 Individual Human Development Theories Throughout
the Life Cycle
3
*PSY 5613 Supervised Clinical Practicum I 3
*PSY 6033 Psychopathology 3
*PSY 6613 Supervised Clinical Practicum II 3

*PSY

*TRW

6910, OR

6971

Basic Research OR

Thesis Writing and Research Design

3
Total 42
*Listings require a prerequisite.

 

The Master of Arts Degree in Judaic Studies

The Master of Arts in Judaic Studies is an academic degree designed to assist men and women who desire to learn more about our Jewish heritage in order to serve as lay leaders in Messianic Jewish congregations, or other ministries, to teach in a Christian or synagogue school, or to prepare for doctoral study to teach in higher educational institutions. This program is essentially the same as that offered through the Netzer David International Yeshiva, described on pp. 31 and 32 of this catalog.  Course requirements for the Master of Arts in Judaic Studies are:

 

A. Prerequisite Course Requirements

21 crs., as needed

CJS

5103

The Jewish Experience: Judaism 101*

3

BIE

6823

Biblical Hermeneutics

3

BNT

5603

New Testament Survey*

3

BOT

5503

Old Testament Survey*

3

BST

5833

Biblical/Messianic Apologetics

3

CJS

5313, 5323

Jewish Roots and Foundations of Scripture I, II

6

*CJS 5103 The Jewish Experience: Judaism 10, is prerequisite for BIE 6823, Biblical Hermeneutics, BST 5833, Biblical/Messianic Apologetics, and all CJS (Judaic Studies) courses, unless exempted by instructor permission, examination, or prior applicable course work.  If exempted from taking CJS 5103, any elective approved by the student’s advisor may be taken in its place.

 

B. Courses Required in the Area of Judaic Studies

42 crs. plus Thesis

BOT

5203, 5213

Beginning Hebrew I, II*

6

BOT

6103, 6113

Intermediate Hebrew I, II

6

CJS

5873

Messianic Jewish Theology

3

CJS

5403

The Intertestamental Period

3

CJS

5443

Introduction to Jewish History

3

CJS

21 Credits, as directed by the Area Head

21

TRW

6971

Thesis Writing and Research Design

3

Total

45

 

The Master of Arts Degree in Ministry

The Master of Arts in Ministry is a professional degree which prepares men and women to work in various congregation ministries or venues in a church- or synagogue-related setting.  Course requirements for the Master of Arts in Ministry are: in addition to any prerequisite courses needed (Letter A), select one of the following seven concentrations (Letters B through H):

A. Prerequisite Course Requirements:

30 crs., as needed, in addition to the requirements in Parts B or C

CJS

5103

The Jewish Experience: Judaism 101*

3

BIE

6823

Biblical Hermeneutics

3

BNT

5603

New Testament Survey*

3

BOT

5503

Old Testament Survey*

3

BST

5313

Introduction to Theology*

3

BST

BST

5833, OR

5743

Biblical/Messianic Apologetics, OR
Ethics from the Perspective of Jesus' Teaching

3

CCH

5613, 5623

Church History I or II

3

CJS

5313, 5323

Jewish Roots and Foundations of Scripture I, II

6

*CJS 5103 The Jewish Experience: Judaism 10, is prerequisite for BIE 6823, Biblical Hermeneutics, BST 5833, Biblical/Messianic Apologetics, and all CJS (Judaic Studies) courses, unless exempted by instructor permission, examination, or prior applicable course work.  If exempted from taking CJS 5103, any elective approved by the student’s advisor may be taken in its place.

 

B. Courses Required in the Area of Congregational Education:

33 crs., Plus Thesis or Project

PRE

5023

Philosophy of Religious Education

3

PRE

5221

Religious Education Field Experience

1

EDG

5046

Learning Differences

3

PRE

5223

Administering Cong. Educational Programs

3

EDG

5620

Cognitive Curriculum and Instruction

Twenty (20) crs. chosen under direction of the student's advisor and the Area Head

20

TRW

6971

Thesis Writing and Research Design

3

Total

36

 

C. Courses Required in the Area of Pastoral Ministry:

33 crs., Plus Thesis or Project

PPT

5603

Aspects of Spiritual Formation

3

PPT

5813

Administration of the Congregational Body

3

PPT

5811

Congregational Administration Field Exp.

1

PPT

5833

Planning and Administering the Worship Serv.

3

PPT

5831

Worship Planning Field Experience

1

PPT

5713

Homiletics: Sermon Prep. And Delivery, I

3

PSY

5003

Basic Counseling Techniques

3

Sixteen (16) crs. Chosen under direction of the student's advisor and the Area Head

16

TRW

6971

Thesis Writing and Research Design

3

Total

36

 

D. Courses Required in the Area of Youth Ministry:

33 crs., Plus Thesis or Project

CWM

5133

Teaching Youth

3

CWM

5233

Youth Ministry Discipleship

3

CWM

5143

Youth Ministry Dynamics

3

CWM

5243

Youth Ministry Theories

3

Twenty-one (21) crs. Chosen under direction of the student's advisor and the Area head, including one course with field experience (see NOTE 2)

21

TRW

6971

Thesis Writing and Research Design

3

Total

36

 

E. Courses Required in the Area of Evangelism and Congregation Planting:

33 crs., Plus Thesis or Project

CWM

5103

Personal Evangelism

3

CWM

5101

Personal Evangelism Field Experience

1

CWM

5403

Discipleship in the Congregation

3

CWM

5913

Congregation Planting and Development

3

CWM

5911

Congregation Planting and Admin. Field Exp.

1

MAN

5149

Leadership Development

3

MAN

5141

Apply Leadership Principles in a Ministry Setting

1

Eighteen (18) crs. Chosen under direction of the student's advisor and the Area Head

18

TRW

6971

Thesis Writing and research Design

3

Total

36

 

F. Courses Required in the Area of Liturgical Studies:

33 crs., Plus Thesis or Project

PSM

5523

Music in the Congregation

3

PSM

5223

Choral Methods and Literature

3

PPT

5653

Worship Renewal

3

PPT

5833

Planning and Administering the Worship Service

3

PPT

5831

Worship Planning Field Experience

1

CJS

5453

Jewish Worship and Liturgy

3

Seventeen (17) crs. Chosen under direction of the student's advisor and the Area Head

17

TRW

6971

Thesis Writing and Research Design

3

Total

36

*NOTE: For performance emphasis, students are required to have a vocal-instrument component.

G. Courses Required in the Area of Missions:

33 crs., Plus Thesis or Project

CWM

5613

Introduction to Missions

3

CWM

5313

Theology and History of Missions

3

CWM

5763

Folk Religion

3

CWM

5773

Cross Cultural Communication of the Gospel

3

CWM

5743

Cultural Anthropology

1

Eighteen (18) crs. chosen under direction of the student's advisor and the Area Head

18

TRW

6971

Thesis Writing and Research Design

3

Total

36

 
 

H. Courses Required in the Area of Chaplaincy:

33 crs., Plus Thesis or Project

PSY

5003

Basic Counseling Techniques

3

PSY

6013

Psychosocial Theory

3

PSY

6513

Pastoral Care Through Chaplaincy

3

PSY

6521

Chaplaincy Practicum

1

And TWO of the following three courses:

PSY

6703, OR

Diagnosis, Appraisal, Assessment and Testing for Individual or Interpersonal Disorders, OR

6

PSY

6033, OR

Psychopathology, OR

PSY

6103

Substance Abuse Theory and Counseling Techniques

Seventeen (17) crs. chosen under direction of the student's advisor and the Area Head.

17

TRW

6971

Thesis Writing and Research Design

3

 

The Master of Science Degree in Religious Teacher Education

The Master of Science degree in Religious Teacher Education is a professional degree that prepares men and women to teach in congregations and religious and secular schools. The program aligns with the ACSI and FCIS school accreditation requirements, as well as aiding teachers to meet Florida State Competencies, teacher recertification and preparation for a teaching license.

 

A. Prerequisite Course Requirements

15 crs.*

CJS

5103

The Jewish Experience**

3

BIE

6823

Biblical Hermeneutics

3

BST

5833

Biblical/ Messianic Apologetics

3

CJS

5313, 5323

Jewish Roots and Foundations of Scripture

I and II

6

*Students who have taken all or some of the named prerequisite courses listed here, or demonstrable equivalents, will take an equivalent number of credit hours of comparable courses under direction of their advisor and the area heads to accumulate a total of 15 credit hours of prerequisite courses for the degree.
**CJS 5103, The Jewish Experience, is a prerequisite for Judaic Studies courses, unless exempted by instructor permission, examination, or prior applicable course work.

 

B. Courses Required in the Area of Education / Religious Education

18 crs., Plus Thesis

PRE

5023

Philosophy of Religious Education

3

EDG

5310

Managing Your Class

3

EDG

EDG

5620

6287

Cognitive Curriculum and Instruction, OR

Advanced Curriculum and Instruction

3

EDG

5019

School Leadership and Supervision

3

EDG

6362

Action Research; Qualitative

3

EDG

5326

Testing and Assessment

3

TRW

6971

Thesis Writing and Research Design

3

Total

36

 

 

 

 

 

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