Major in Ministry - Evening Program (B.A. or B.S.)
Offered through Belmont's University College
This program of study allows adults to refocus their careers in response to a call for Christian service or ministry. It provides a foundational course of study in biblical studies, theology and church history, and practical ministry and leadership. See University College.
|Major in Ministry - Evening Program (B.A. or B.S.)||Hours|
|General Education Core Requirements||59-65|
|Prerequisites for Religion Major||6|
|REL 1250, New Testament and Exegesis||3|
|REL 2350, Christian Doctrine1||3|
|REL 1410, Vocation and Christian Life||1|
|REL 2410, Spiritual Formation||3|
|REL 2510, Christian Ethics||3|
|REL 4015, Colloquium||2|
|REL 2310, Understanding Church History||3|
|REL 2460, Education in the Church||3|
|REL 2450, Dynamics of the Local Church||3|
|REL 3430, Pastoral Care||3|
|REL 3450, Missions and Church Development||3|
|REL 3460, Worship and Preaching||3|
|REL 4410, Servant Leadership||3|
|Total in Major||30|
1 REL 2350, Christian Doctrine is a prerequisite for the following: REL 2410 Spiritual Formation; REL 2510 Christian Ethics; all courses in Religion and Society Division, in the Theological and Historical Division, and Biblical Studies Division.
Note: Courses taken in Religion cannot count in both major and minor requirements.