A capstone course designed by a resident faculty advisor and student to develop competence in the area of biblical and/or theological studies at the culmination of the MABTS program. Course requirements will include a research paper of a minimum 20 pages.
A survey of basic issues surrounding the etiology, progression, assessment, and treatment of chemical abuse, dependence, and addiction. Course will include the study of the family of the chemically dependent individual.
An individualized study is expected to reflect quality research. This research might consist of an exegetical study of the biblical text, library research, extensive reading, or field research (such as surveys, case studies, or systematic observation).
An individualized study is expected to reflect quality research. This research might consist of an exegetical study of the biblical text, library research, extensive reading, or field research (such as surveys, case studies, or systematic observation).
An individualized study is expected to reflect quality research. This research might consist of an exegetical study of the biblical text, library research, extensive reading, or field research (such as surveys, case studies, or systematic observation).
An occasional elective offered as need and opportunity arise. Course content is dependent on the expertise of available faculty, current issues of academic and practical importance, and overall balance in regard to recent course offerings.