This certificate prepares individuals to understand the foundation of theology within the contexts of various worldviews.
Upon completion of the Theology and Worldview Certificate, students should be able to apply theology within the contexts of various worldviews.
Associate degree charge per credit hour for PH1000 and TH1000. Bachelor degree charge per credit hour for TH4000 and PH3000.
A Theology and Worldview Certificate will be printed on the transcript of those students who have successfully completed these 12 credits of Theology and Worldview courses with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 in the designated courses.
This course provides an introduction to worldviews through
exploring the major worldviews that have impacted 20th and
21st century western culture and history. Attention will be
given to how each of these worldviews affect one’s thinking
about God, reality, knowledge, moral order and humanity.
Theology of Christian Experience
A survey course in theology designed to give each student an understanding of the nature of sin, new birth, and baptism with the Holy Spirit.
Introduction to Theology
This course will be a systematic study of the doctrines of God, Christ, the Holy Spirit, man, sin, salvation and other related topics. These themes will be examined through various passages of scripture within the context of scripture.
The course will explore ways in which the student can develop a positive relationship with God as he/she explores the role of general revelation (the creation), special revelation (the Scriptures), and experiences God at work in the modern world.