PROGRAM OUTCOMES

The Graduate Certificate is designed

to address only the first and second

learning outcomes, and does not require

a Capstone project and portfolio.

Master of Arts in Christian Studies

Upon completing the Master’s Degree in Christian Studies, each student will:

 

Outcome 1

Analyze and summarize the covenantal structure of Scripture and explain its primary purposes to reveal the Triune God’s redemptive aims for the world and equip God’s people as agents of Christ’s kingdom.

 

Outcome 2

Demonstrate skillful biblical exegesis and communication skills by selecting appropriate biblical texts and interpreting its teaching to influence more than one audience to follow Christ.

 

Outcome 3

Evaluate the life of Christians in relation to the Holy Spirit’s work and create a spiritual formation plan that cultivates spiritual growth in order to steward the Spirit’s gifts for equipping the church.

 

Outcome 4

Construct a sound theological method by analyzing  and evaluating summaries of biblical teaching and how they form the worship and witness of the local church.  

 

Outcome 5

Demonstrate interpersonal skills and cultural intelligence by designing ministry activities that are faithful to God’s Word and fitting for their local context in order to cultivate the Church’s mission to bear witness to Christ in ministries of word and deed.

Graduate Certificate in Christian Studies

Upon completing the Graduate Certificate in Christian Studies, each student will:

Outcome 1

Analyze and summarize the covenantal structure of Scripture and explain its primary purposes to reveal the Triune God’s redemptive aims for the world and equip God’s people as agents of Christ’s kingdom.

 

Outcome 2

Demonstrate skillful biblical exegesis and communication skills by selecting appropriate biblical texts and interpreting its teaching to influence more than one audience to follow Christ.

Program Outcomes