List of Courses

Division    Course#    Description    Credit Hours
Apologetics
AP 101    Creation    3
AP 102    How We Got the Bible    3
AP 201    Bible Covenants    3
AP 302    Artifact Discoveries    3
AP 401    Archaeology and the Bible    3
AP 501    Advanced Christian Apologetics    3
Biblical Studies
BI 101    Old Testament Survey 1    3
BI 102    Old Testament Survey 2    3
BI 103    Bible Survey 1    3
BI 201    New Testament Survey 1    3
BI 202    New Testament Survey 2    3
BI 203    Bible Survey 2    3
BI 301    Apostolic Succession    3
BI 302    Harmony of the Gospels    3
BI 303    Psalms    3
BI 304    Proverbs    3
BI 401    Historical Books    3
BI 502    Advanced Homiletics    3
BI 510    Genesis    3
BI 511    Hebrews    3
BI 512    Romans    3
BI 513    Isaiah    3
BI 514    Poetic Books    3
BI 515    Abraham    3
BI 520    Advanced Old Testament Survey     3
BI 521    Advanced New Testament Survey     3
BI 525    Mosaic Writings    3
BI 526    The Life of Christ    3
BI 598    Research and Methodology    3
BI 611    Exodus    3
BI 615    Ephesians    3
BI 618    Deuteronomy    3
BI 620    Galatians    3
BI 629    Bible Typology    3
BI 630    Old Testament Exposition 1    3
BI 631    Old Testament Exposition 2    3
BI 634    Old Testament Exposition 3    3
BI 637    New Testament Exposition 1    3
BI 638    New Testament Exposition 2    3
BI 640    New Testament Exposition 3    3
BI 696    Internship / Practicum    4
BI 698    Research and Methodology    3
BI 736    Old Testament Exposition 4    3
BI 742    New Testament Exposition 4    3
Christian Education
CHED 509    Introduction to Christian Education    3
CHED 510    History and Philosophy of Education    3
CHED 512    Christian Education Administration    3
CHED 520    Ministering to Children    3
CHED 598    Research and Methodology    3
CHED 612    Christian School Administration    3
CHED 696    Internship / Practicum    4
CHED 698    Research and Methodology    3

Division    Course#    Description    Credit Hours
Christian Psychology
CHPSY 510    Psychology of Christian Counseling    3
CHPSY 520    Christian Psychology    3
CHPSY 532    Family Therapy    3
CHPSY 534    Appraisal of Individuals    3
CHPSY 536    Counseling and Psychology    3
CHPSY 538    Spirituality and Psychology    3
CHPSY 532     Family Therapy    3
CHPSY 538    Spirituality and Psychology    3
CHPSY 536     Counseling and Psychology    3
CHPSY 538    Spirituality and Psychology    3
CHPSY 534    Appraisal of Individuals    3
CHPSY 610    Christian Counseling    3
CHPSY 630    Psychology and Counseling    3
CHPSY 650    Marriage and the Family    3
CHPSY 667    Family Therapy    3
CHPSY 668    Social, Cultural, Family Issues    3
CHPSY 689     Advanced Abnormal Psychology    3
Eschatology
ES 201    Major Prophets    3
ES 202    Minor Prophets    3
ES 301    Mysteries of Religion    3
ES 401    Revelation – the Unveiling    3
ES 402    Dispensational Truths    3
ES 515    Eschatology    3
History
HI 101    Jewish Social Life    3
HI 102    Manners and Customs    3
HI 103    The Contemporary 12    3
HI 104    History of the Church 1    3
HI 105    History of the Church 2    3
HI 525    Ancient Mid-East History    3
HI 526    History Through the Ages    3
HI 530    Christianity Through the Ages    3
HI 630    Christianity Through the Ages    3
HI 640    History of Western Civilization    3
Pneumatology
PN 201    Book of Acts    3
PN 202    Introduction to Pneumatology    3
Pastoral Studies
PS 201    Ministerial Ethics    3
PS 301    Psychology of Counseling    3
PS 402    Pastoral Epistles    3
PS 403    Homiletics    3
PS 404    Hermeneutics    3
PS 405    Mastering Pastoral Counseling    3
PS 501    Christian Ethics    3
PS 520    Church Ministries    3
PS 525    Advanced Hermeneutics    3
PS 530    Pastoral Workshop    3
PS 597    Directed Reading    3
PS 598    Research and Methodology    3
PS 645    World Religions    3
PS 650    Advanced Pastoral Workshop    3
PS 675    Expository Preaching    3
PS 696    Internship / Practicum    4
PS 698    Research and Methodology    3

Division    Course#    Description    Credit Hours
Theology
TH 101    All the Doctrines of the Bible    3
TH 201    Life and Teachings of Christ    3
TH 202    Leadership    3
TH 203    Fundamental Christian Doctrines    3
TH 204    Introduction to Restoration    3
TH 302    The Temple    3
TH 303    The Tabernacle    3
TH 304    All the Prayers of the Bible    3
TH 401    Kingdom of Cults 1    3
TH 402    Kingdom of Cults 2    3
TH 403    Systematic Theology    3
TH 503    Advanced Tabernacle Studies    3
TH 520    Old Testament Theology    3
TH 521    New Testament Theology    3
TH 524    Comparative Religions    3
TH 525    Dispensationalism    3
TH 527    Jesus Today    3
TH 530    Reformation Theology    3
TH 550    Directed Reading    3
TH 570    Christian Theology    3
TH 598    Research and Methodology    3
TH 620    Philosophy of Religion    3
TH 650    Directed Reading    3
TH 670    Christian Theology    3
TH 680    Advanced Apologetics 1    3
TH 681    Advanced Apologetics 2    3
TH 710    Bible Doctrine 1    3
TH 711    Bible Doctrine 2    3
TH 720    The Holy Spirit    3
TH 724    Soteriology    3
TH 725    Eschatology / Ecclesiology    3
TH 726    Pneumatology    3
TH 729    Theology, Prolegomena, Bibliology    3
TH 730    Reformation Theology    3
TH 731    Christology    3
TH 733    Angelogy, Antropology, Harmartiology    3
TH 750    Theology Workshop    2
TH 780    Advanced Apologetics 1    3
TH 781    Advanced Apologetics 2    3
TH 796    Internship / Practicum    4
TH 798    Research and Methodology    3

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

Apologetics
AP 101 Creation
This course will aid the student in understanding the Creative Scripture.  It is designed to acquaint the student with an overview of the book of the Old Testament dealing with creation.

AP 102 How We Got The Bible
A course that introduces the student to the Bible – as to its origin, language, canon, and its inspiration.

AP 201 Bible Covenants
The word “covenant” involves promise, loyalty, commitment, and faithfulness.  In this course, the student will be enlightened concerning not only God’s responsibility concerning His covenants, but also man’s responsibility concerning his and God’s covenants.

AP 301 Christian Apologetics
A course of study that defends the Christian Faith against counter – claimants to truth.

AP 302 Artifact Discoveries
This course is a study of one man’s journey into Biblical discoveries and their relevance for today. Included in this study are the discoveries of: Noah’s Ark, the Red Sea crossing place of the children of Israel, the Cross holes on Golgotha, and the Ark of the Covenant.

AP 401 Archaeology And The Bible
A study of archaeology in Bible lands.  This course will strengthen the student’s faith in the inerrancy of the Scriptures as seen through archaeology.

AP 501  Advanced Christian Apologetics
An in-depth study devoted to the defense of the divine origin and authority of Christianity.

Biblical Studies
BI 101 Old Testament Survey 1
An examination of the content of the Old Testament with attention given to the following stages: The Creative Stage, The Patriarchal Stage, The Exodus Stage, The Conquest Stage and The Judges Stage.

BI 102 Old Testament Survey 2
Continuation of BI 101-examination of the content of the Old Testament with attention given to the following stages: The United Kingdom Stage, The Chaotic Kingdom Stage, The Captivity Stage and The Return Stage.

BI 103 Bible Survey 1
An introductory course designed to help the student develop basic skills for Bible Study.  The major emphasis will be on the inductive method along with general applications to other methods of studying the Bible.

BI 201 New Testament Survey 1
An examination of the content of the New Testament with attention given to the following stages: The Gospel Stage, The Early Church Stage, The Epistle Stage – Galatians, I & II Corinthians, I & II Thessalonians.

BI 202 New Testament Survey 2
Continuation of BI 201 – examination of the New Testament with attention given to the following stages: The Epistle Stage – Romans through Revelation.

BI 203 Bible Survey 2
A continuing course designed to not only help the student develop deeper skills of Bible study, but to train them to be able to effectively teach others from a basic lesson plan approach.

BI 204 The Book Of Romans
This course of study is designed for an analytical and expository study of Romans, which emphasizes the theological development, structure and doctrines.

BI 301 Apostolic Succession
A comprehensive study and evaluation of all the prophets in the Bible.
BI 302 Harmony of the Gospels
A survey of the background, contents, and occasion of the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.

BI 303 Psalms
An analysis of the literary structure, theological content, and historical – Biblical context of the book of Psalms.

BI 304 Proverbs
An analytical study of the book of Proverbs to prepare the student to make Biblical decisions in any area of his/her life.

BI 401 Historical Books
The student will study the theme, outline, and content of Joshua, Judges, Ruth, I-II Samuel, I-II Kings, I-II Chronicles, Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther.

BI 502 Advanced Homiletics
An in-depth study of the preparation and delivery of expository sermons with emphasis on sermon patterns, exposition of text and a planned program of preaching.

BI 510 Genesis
Genesis is studied with regard to its author, its theme, and its message.

BI 511 Hebrews
An exposition of the book of Hebrews is conducted at the Master’s level which allows the student to consider the authorship, historical background, its relationship to the Old Testament, and special problems.

BI 512 Romans
An exposition of the book of Romans is conducted allowing the student not only to study about the purpose and author, but also to explore the doctrinal truths that are found in the book.

BI 513 Isaiah
An in-depth study of Isaiah will be conducted. Isaiah, by many scholars, has been called the Gospel of the Old Testament. The student will conduct a practical study of the historical setting, the author, his message, and the theme of the book.

BI 514  Poetic Books
The course allows the student to review the poetic literature of Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and the Song of Solomon.  Attention is directed to their theme and message.

BI 515  Abraham
A study of Old Testament Patriarchs, regarded by Jesus as the founders, of the Hebrew people through his son Isaac and by Muslims, as the founder of the Arab people through his son Ishmael.

BI 520  Advanced Old Testament Survey
This course study provides the student with a bird’s eye view of the books of the Old Testament, by providing the student an introduction, history and brief content of each of the Old Testament.

BI 521  Advanced New Testament Survey
This course study provides the student with a bird’s eye view of the books of the New Testament, by providing the student an introduction, history and brief content of each book of the New Testament.

BI 525  Mosaic Writings
An advanced and in-depth study of the Pentateuch for the Master’s level. The individual student will research and first five books of the Bible. The student, while doing research, will explore their background, authenticity and content.

BI 526 The Life Of Christ
The study of Christ is an in-depth study of Christ’s life, His words and works from the point of view that He is the pre-existent Son of God.  Events are traced from his lowly birth to his glorious ascension.

BI 598 Research and Methodology
The design of this course is to assist the student in planning a systematic strategy for library research. This course will help the student in preparing to write a major thesis or dissertation.
BI 599  Thesis/Alternative
Option 1 – Thesis – The student taking this option will be required to research an area related tohis/herfield of Biblical interest and present a thesis of no less than 8,000 to 10,000 words in the form of two bound copies to WRUI  One copy for WRUI, and one copy to be returned to the student.  The title of the thesis and subject matter to be covered must be presented to WRUI for approval prior to the beginning of the research project. Option 2 – Student may elect to do one extra course and a research project of 4,000 to 5,000 words.

BI 611 Exodus
The student will study the theme, outline, and content of the book of Exodus.

BI 615  Ephesians
The student will study the theme, outline and content of the book of Ephesians.

BI 618  Deuteronomy
The student will study the theme, outline and content of the book of Deuteronomy.

BI 620  Galatians
The student will study the theme, outline and content of the book of Galatians.

BI 629  Bible Typology
The student will do a thorough examination of Typology, not only as a study of Biblical and theological subject, but a study of the connection with all Christian doctrine.

BI 630  Old Testament Exposition 1
This course shows the student how to perform exegetical study in assigned books, Genesis through Deuteronomy.  It requires the student to outline, research and write fromhis/herfinding.  The student also will be required to find and discuss the doctrinal truths found in each of the chapters.  To complete this course, the student will need access to a verse-by-verse Bible commentary.  This course requires approximately 100 pages of typed material, double-spaced, which is an average of five pages per chapter.

BI 631  Old Testament Exposition 2
This course allows the student to perform exegetical study in assigned books, Joshua through II Kings.  It requires the student to outline, research and write from his/her findings.  The student will be required to find and discuss the doctrinal truths found in each of the chapters.  To complete this course, the student will need access to a verse-by-verse Bible commentary.  This course requires approximately 100 pages of typed material, double-spaced, which is an average of five pages per chapter.

BI 634  Old Testament Exposition 3
This course allows the student to perform exegetical study in assigned books, Job through Ecclesiastes.  It requires the student to outline, research and write from his/her findings.  The student will be required to find and discuss the doctoral truths found in each of the chapters.  To complete this course, the student will need access to a verse-by-verse Bible commentary.  This course requires approximately 100 pages of typed material, double-spaced, which is an average of five pages per chapter.

BI 637 New Testament Exposition 1
This course allows the student to perform exegetical study in assigned books, Matthew through Mark. It requires the student to outline research and write fromhis/herfindings.  The student also will be required to find and discuss the doctrinal truths found in each of the chapters.  The course requires approximately 100 pages of typed material, double-spaced, which includes an average of five pages per chapter.

BI 638  New Testament Exposition 2
This course allows the student to perform exegetical study in assigned books, Luke through John. It requires the student to outline, research and write fromhis/herfindings.  The student will be required to find and discuss the doctrinal truths found in each of the chapters.  To complete this course, the student will need access to a verse-by-verse Bible commentary.  The course requires approximately 100 pages of typed material, double-spaced, which is an average of five pages per chapter.

BI 640  New Testament Exposition 3
This course allows the student to perform exegetical study in assigned books, Romans through I & II Corinthians.  It requires the student to outline, research and write fromhis/herfindings.  The student will be required to find and discuss the doctoral truths found in each of the chapters.  To complete this course, the student will need access to a verse-by-verse Bible commentary.  This course requires approximately 100 pages of typed material, double-spaced, includes an average of five pages per chapter.

BI 696  Internship/Practicum
This course allows the student to work under the direction of a local pastor, professor, or professional where by learning takes place through on the job training.

BI 699  Dissertation
The student will be required to research an area related to their field of study and present a dissertation of no less than 16,000 to 20,000 words in the form of two bound copies to WRUI.  One copy for WRUI and one copy to be returned to the student.  The title of the dissertation and subject matter to be covered must be presented to WRUI for approval prior to the beginning of the research project.

BI 736  Old Testament Exposition 4
This course allows the student to perform exegetical study in assigned books, Daniel through Malachi.  It requires the student to outline, research, and write fromhis/herfindings.  The student also will be required to find and discuss the doctoral truths found in each of the chapters.  To complete this course, the student will need access to a verse-by-verse Bible Commentary.  This course requires approximately 100 pages of typed material, double-spaced, which is an average of five pages per chapter.

BI 742  New Testament Exposition 4
This course allows the student to perform exegetical study in assigned books, I and II Thessalonians, I and II Peter, Jude and Revelations.  It requires the student to outline, research and write fromhis/herfindings.  The student will be required to find, discuss the doctoral truths found in each of the chapters. To complete this course, the student will need access to a verse-by-verse Bible commentary.  This course requires approximately 100 pages of typed material, double-spaced, which is an average of five pages per chapter.

Christian Education
CHED 509  Introduction To Christian Education
The course introduces the student to various aspects of Christian Education.

CHED 510  History And Philosophy Of Education
This course – the history of Christian Education takes the student from the beginning of Christian Education up until the present day.

CHED 512 Christian Education Administration
This course surveys and explores the foundation of Christian Education, the curriculum in Christian Education, and the structure for Christian Education.

CHED 520  Ministering To Children
This course offers the student knowledge of the problems and needs of today’s youth and how to meet those needs.  The student is enabled to build a workable Biblical philosophy of youth work.

CHED 598  Research and Methodology
The design of this course is to assist the student in planning a systematic strategy for library research. This course will help the student in preparing to write a major thesis or dissertation.

CHED 599  Thesis/Alternative
Option 1 – Thesis – The student taking this option will be required to research an area related to their field of study and present a thesis of no less than 8,000 to 10,000 words in the form of two bound copies to WRUI  One copy for WRUI and one copy to be returned to the student.  The title of thesis and the subject matter to be covered must be presented to WRUI for approval prior to beginning of the research project.  Option 2 – The student may take an additional course in the area of Christian Psychology and the writing of a Research Project of 4,000 to 5,000 words.  Each will carry 3 SH of Credit.

CHED 612  Christian School Administration
The study of the Office of Administrator.  It approaches different aspects of a school administrator’s responsibilities as a Christian School leader.

CHED 696  Internship/Practicum
This course design allows the student to work under the direction of a local pastor, professor, or Christian day school professional whereby learning takes place through on the Job training.

CHED 698 Research and Methodology
The design of this course is to assist the student in planning a systematic strategy for library research. This course will help the student in preparing to write a major thesis or dissertation.

CHED 699  Dissertation
The student will be required to research an area related to their field of study and present a dissertation of no less than 16,000 to 20,000 words in the form of two bound copies to WRUI  One copy for WRUI and one copy to be returned to the student.  The title of the dissertation and subject matter to be covered must be presented to WRUI for approval prior to the beginning of the research project.

Christian Psychology
CHPSY 510  Psychology Of Christian Counseling
This course will enable the student to connect Biblical doctrine with practical living.  The student will gain insight into the rich, theological framework that supports and directs a Biblical approach to counseling.

CHPSY 520  Christian Psychology
This course is designed to deal with effective Biblical counseling, the family and marriage conflicts.

CHPSY 532   Family Therapy
The course presents a multigenerational perspective of mental health and counseling that addresses the needs for integrating psychology and religion in family practice.

CHPYS 534  Appraisal of Individuals
The course is a study in understanding individuals better, improving relationships with family and friends and to be a success in one’s workplace.

CHPSY 536  Counseling and Psychology
The course addresses major concepts and practices of contemporary therapeutic systems and addresses ethical and professional issues in counseling practices.

CHPSY 538  Spirituality and Psychology
The course is an in-depth study of Christian centered solutions for daily problems.

CHPSY 610  Christian Counseling
This course deals with effective Biblical counseling, the family, and marriage conflicts.  The student will gain insight into a rich, Christian framework that supports and directs in effective Biblical approach to counseling.

CHPSY 630  Psychology And Counseling
The course takes a “holistic” approach.  To know a person we must understand human behavior. The student will study human nature and human motivation.  Studies will also include becoming a whole person; basic causes of psychological problems, helping people become whole, and helping families grow.  This course is required of doctoral candidates at WRUI.

CHPSY 650  Marriage And The Family
The course approaches the study of marriage and the family from a Christian point of view.  Many topics are discussed including dating, courtship, marriage, child rearing, ageing, death, and other related topics.

CHPSY 667  Advanced Family Therapy
The course of study is designed to expand the horizon of family therapy and bring higher resolution to the more familiar aspects of the topic.

CHPSY 668  Social, Cultural, Family Issues
The course of study is designed to understand families in relation to their ethnic heritage.

CHPSY 689  Advanced Abnormal Psychology
The course is designed for advanced psychology students, It deals and assists advanced students in the difficult task of navigating through the diverse and opposing viewpoints frequently encountered in abnormal psychology.

Eschatology
ES 201  Major Prophets
A survey of the background, occasion, and content of the books of Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel.

ES 202  Minor Prophets
A study of the historical background, authorship, and an analysis of the writings of Minor Prophets.

ES 301  Mysteries Of Religion
This course is designed to open the Bible to the stories and passages that puzzle us, fascinate us or make us curious to know more.  It includes things such as miracles, lost cities and forgotten places, curious customs, and strange gods.

ES 401  Revelation – The Unveiling
An in-depth study of the book of Revelation involving those things that are to come.  Much attention is given to its historical setting and prophecy.

ES 402  Dispensational Truths
An in-depth study of the doctrine of God’s plan of the ages.  The study allows the student to see God’s plan at work during the time from creation to the end of the age.

ES 515  Eschatology
Biblical Eschatology is a study of things to come.  It consists of methods of interpretation of the various Biblical converts, the course of this present age, the different tribulation theories, the second advent of Christ, the judgment, as well as the millennial reign of Christ, and the new heaven and earth.

History
HI 101  Jewish Social Life
As the student steps back into time into the home of a typical Hebrew family in the times of Jesus, he is treated to a feast of all the sociological situations of that family, including: business, home, family, fellowship and rituals.

HI 102  Manners And Customs
This course is designed to enable the student to understand the scriptures in the light of manners and customs of Bible land.  This course provides insight into customs behind the Old and New Testament passages.

HI 103  The Contemporary Twelve
Twelve men shook the world 2,000 years ago.  Who were they?  This course brings these fascinating personalities together and shows how their lives are relevant to develop faith and character in the lives of Christian today.

HI 104  History Of The Church 1
This course covers the study of church history during the Apostolic Age, the Ante-Nicene period, and the Post-Nicene period, emphasizing the doctrinal development during this time.

HI 105  History Of The Church 2
The course covers the study of church history from the Medieval Period to the Protestant Reformation; emphasis being on the study of Luther, Calvin, Zwingli, and others to the present.

HI 201  Babylon
This course is designed to teach an historical account of how, when, why, and where ancient paganism was mixed with Christianity and the relevance today concerning rites and rituals in modern religion.

HI 525  Ancient Mid-East History
The student will have a well-planned and executed study of Israel from Abraham to the end of the Old Testament.  Attention will be given to the period of time between the Old Testament and the New Testament.

HI 526  History Through The Ages
The student will study the history of Christianity from the perspective of faith.  An examination is made of church history from the time of Rome to the present day.

HI 530  Christianity Through The Ages
The student will study the history of Christianity from the perspective of faith.  An examination is made of church history from the time of Rome to present day.

HI 630  Christianity Through The Ages
The student will study the history of Christianity from prospective faith.  An examination is made of Church from the time of Rome to present day.

HI 640  History of Western Civilization
This is a branch of study of the history of Western Civilization. The study places special emphasis on the Christian approach to the understanding of history.

Pneumatology
PN 201  The Book Of Acts
The study will be an analytical and expository study of Acts with emphasis on the transitional nature of the book.

PN 202  Introduction To Pneumatology
The student is given an overview of the person and work of the Holy Spirit, emphasizing His personality, His work in the Old Testament, and His unique work in relation to the Church.

PN 302  Advanced Pneumatology
This course of study is a detail study of the Person and work of the Holy Spirit, emphasizing His personality, His work in the Old Testament, and His unique work in relation to the church.

Pastoral Studies
PS 201  Ministerial Ethics
A study of Christian values from a Biblical perspective.

PS 301  Psychology Of Counseling
A study intended to help pastors and other Christian leaders to develop proficiency in enabling individuals to solve their problems.  The course looks at basic counseling techniques derived from scriptural principles.

PS 401  Hebrew Epistles
The exposition of the book of Hebrews allows the student to consider the authorship and its relationship to the Old Testament.

PS 402  Pastoral Epistles
This course gives an analytical and expository study of I-II Timothy and Titus, which examines their teaching concerning leadership, organization of the church, and the ministry.

PS 403  Homiletics
This course of study consists of sermon preparations related to the arrangement, introduction, body, and conclusions of various types of sermons – doctrinal, topical, textual, and expository.

PS 404  Hermeneutics
This is a study of the underlying principles of Biblical interpretation.  It deals with the methods of interpretation of the scriptures.  It helps develop the pursuit of wisdom and knowledge for rightly dividing the Word of Truth.

PS 405  Mastering Pastoral Counseling
An in-depth study of methodology, philosophy, and skills required to implement effective pastoral, or Christian leaders, counseling techniques.

PS 501  Christian Ethics
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PS 520  Church Ministry
This course is designed to prepare the individual student with a working knowledge of ministering in the local church.  Presented to the student will be methods to perform the various functions required of the pastor.

PS 525  Advanced Hermeneutics
A course study of the underlying principles of Biblical interpretation.  The course deals with the methods of interpretation of the scripture.  It is a pursuit to gain knowledge and wisdom of the divine word of truth.

PS 530  Pastoral Workshop
This course allows the student working on the Masters’ to conduct an independent research project- ion a given area of ministry which would aid the student in an area of interest beneficial to the student.

PS 597  Directed Reading
The student will pursue an area of ministry through reading books, writings, and periodicals.  The student will present his/her work to WRUI.  The readings are under the direction of an assigned professor.

PS 598  Research and Methodology
The design of this course is to assist the student in planning a systematic strategy for library research. This course will help the student in preparing to write a major thesis or dissertation.

PS 599  Thesis/Alternative Study
Option 1 – Thesis – The student taking this option will be required to research an area related to his/her field of ministry and present a thesis of no less than 8,000 to 10,000 words in the form of two bound copies to WRUI.  One copy for WRUI and one copy to be returned to the student.  The title of the thesis and subject matter to be covered must be presented to WRUI for approval prior to beginning the research project.  Option 2 – Student may elect to do one extra course and a research project of 4,000 to 5,000 words.

PS 645  World Religions
This is a comprehensive study of world religions from ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome to the present-day primal religions and the great religions – Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Islam.

PS 650  Advanced Pastoral Studies
The student will study the Biblical concept of the pastoral office, the pastor and his/her relationship to God, as well as his/her tasks; worship, business meetings, preaching, funerals, weddings, visitation programs and organizing the local church.

PS 675  Expository Preaching
The design of this course is to help the preacher to effectively develop the style of Biblical expository preaching in regards to study, development, and outlining.  The expositor method allows the student to deal with some books on extended portions of scriptures.

PS 696  Internship/Practicum
This course allows the student to work under the direction of a local pastor, professor or other professional whereby learning takes place through on job training.

PS 698 Research and Methodology
The design of this course is to assist the student in planning a systematic strategy for library research. This course will help the student in preparing to write a major thesis or dissertation.

PS 699  Dissertation
The student will be required to research an area related to their field of study and present a dissertation of no less than 16,000 to 20,000 words in the form of two bound copies to WRUI.  One copy for WRUI. and one copy to be returned to the student.  The title of the dissertation and subject matter to be covered must be presented to WRUI for approval prior to the beginning of the research project.

Theology
TH 201 The Life And Teaching Of Christ
A presentation of the Life of Christ based on the harmony of the Four Gospels.

TH 202 Leadership Course
This course is designed to help the individual to examine his/her personal areas of strength and weakness as a leader.

TH 203 Foundations Of Christian Doctrine
This course is designed to teach a strong Bible foundation, providing relevant and clear presentations of the great doctrines of faith.  It provides an intermediate approach between in-depth doctrinal studies and the simplistic.

TH 204  Introduction to Restoration
A course designed to study the special needs, problems and opportunities associated with adults to restore their Christian walk.

TH 301 The Tabernacle
A study of the Old Testament tabernacle in regards to types and foreshadows of Christ, showing great spiritual truths.

TH 302 The Temple
Both Christ and the Church are spoken of as the “Temple of God” in the New Testament.  The Temple of Solomon and it’s revelations are the basis for all other temples.  This course is designed to teach the relevance of that Temple to Christ and His church today.

TH 303 Advanced Tabernacle
This study is an advanced and in-depth study of the tabernacle in regards to spiritual truth.

TH 401  Kingdom Of The Cults I
A study of major cults in comparison to Christianity.

TH 402  Kingdom Of The Cults II
A continuation of TH 401 – the study of major cults in comparison to Christianity.

TH 403  Systematic Theology
A penetrating analysis of the great doctrines of the Christian Faith.

TH 503  Advanced Tabernacle Studies
An in-depth study of the structure and court of the Tabernacle, the High Priests garments etc.

TH 520  Old Testament Theology
This is a study of divine truth set forth by different writers of the Old Testament in successive eras of Biblical history.  A study of theology as presented in the O.T. books from Genesis through the Minor Prophets, allowing student to witness the unfolding of God’s truth through the centuries.

TH 521  New Testament Theology
The purpose of this course is to take the student into a deeper treatment of the New Testament in relation to the theological aspect; trace the progress of the N.T. as made by contemporary theologians; and to probe the minds of New Testament figures.

TH 524  Comparative Religions
An in-depth survey of religious philosophies and practices of the major religions.

TH 525  Dispensationalism
This course will be an in-depth study of the doctrine of God’s plan for the ages.  It will enable the student to see how God’s plan works during the period of time from creation until the end of the age.

TH 527  Jesus Today
An in-depth and comprehensive look at Jesus from three different perspectives; his uniqueness, authority and our appropriate response to Him.

TH 530  Reformation Theology
The purpose of this study is to further the student’s understanding and knowledge of the four major reformers; Luther, Calvin, Zwingli, and Simons and their view of doctrine of the scripture.

TH 550  Directed Reading
The student will pursue an area of theology through reading books, writings, and periodicals.  The student will present his/her work to WRUI.  The readings are under the direction of an assigned professor.

TH 570  Christian Theology
This approach to the study of theology is comprehensive and scholarly.  It deals with theology proper, the study of God, Christology, The Holy Spirit, Anthropology, Bibliology, man, sin, salvation, the church, angels, and the last things.

TH 598  Research and Methodology
The design of this course is to assist the student in planning a systematic strategy for library research. This course will help the student in preparing to write a major thesis or dissertation.

TH 599  Thesis
The student will be required to research an area related to their field of study and present a thesis of no less than 10,000 to 15,000 words in the form of two bound copies to WRUI. One copy for WRUI and one copy to be returned to the student.

TH 620  Philosophy Of Religion
The course presents philosophy from a Christian perspective and explores the philosophy of religion. In researching these areas of study, the student will acquire knowledge of philosophy in regard to God and experience; God and reason; God and language; and God and evil.  The student will also be exposed to philosophical problems and solutions.

TH 640  History Of Western Civilization
This is a branch of study of the history of Western Civilization, Europe.  The study places special emphasis on the Christian approach to the understanding of history.

TH 650  Directed Reading
The student will pursue an area of theology through reading books, writings, and periodicals.  The student will present his/her work to WRUI.  The readings are under the direction of an assigned professor.

TH 670  Christian Theology
This approach to the study of theology is comprehensive and scholarly.  It deals with theology proper, the study of God, Christology, the Holy Spirit, Anthropology, Bibliography, man, sin, salvation, the church, angels, and the last things.

TH 680  Advanced Apologetics 1
The course takes into consideration the study of Christian Apologetics as well as research in the history of various manuscripts and translations of the Bible.

TH 681  Advanced Apologetics 2
This course is a continuation of Advanced Apologetics I.  It studies Christian Apologetics and continues the research of various manuscripts and translations of the Bible.

TH 710  Bible Doctrine 1
This study is of the Triune God: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.

TH 711  Bible Doctrine 2
This course is a continuation of Bible Doctrine I, and includes the study of the Scripture, man, angles, Satan, the church, faith, justification, adoption, and the last things.

TH 720  The Holy Spirit
This is a study of the personality, the deity, the characteristics and the names of the Holy Spirit.  This study also looks into the work of the Holy Spirit in relation to the word, as well as the believer.

TH 724  Soteriology
This course is designed to give the student a full and comprehensive understanding of Soteriology, that is salvation, as it relates to the person and works of Jesus Christ; the work of the Holy Spirit in salvation; and the believer’s position in Christ.

TH 725  Eschatology/Ecclesiology
The purpose of this study is to set forth the teachings of the Bible in regard to Eschatology and Ecclesiology.  The first is a study of the church and second is a study of things to come as they relate to Christ’s Second Coming.

TH 726  Pneumatology
An in-depth study of Pneumatology which provides the student a threefold understanding about Pneumatology and the Holy Spirit.
a) A study that bears on Theology proper, on the doctrines related to the Divine Spirit – Holy Spirit.
b) A study of the angelic beings, both fallen and unfallen, in what is recognized as the strict theological aspects of Pneumatology.
c) A study of the unmaterial part of man.

TH 729  Theology, Prolegomena, Bibliology
This course of study in systematic theology will provide the student with an in-depth evaluation of Prolegomena and Bibliology.  In this study the student will study the definition of theology, different types of theology and the major divisions of theology; the supernatural beginnings of the scripture as to their general structure.

TH 730  Reformation Theology
The main purpose of this study is to further the students understanding and knowledge of the four major reformers: Luther, Calvin, Zwingli, and Simons and their views of doctrine of the scripture.

TH 731  Christology
In this course the student will be provided with an in-depth study of the preexistence of Jesus the Son of God, and His deity, incarnation, the hypostatic union, and God the Holy Spirit.

TH 733  Angelogy, Antropology, Harmartiology
This course is to direct the student into an in-depth survey of Angelology, which includes a study of Satan and demonology; Antropology and in-depth study in the doctrine of man, his origin, state of innocence, and his fall; Harmartiology – a study of sin and its consequence.

TH 750 Theology Workshop
This course allows the student working on the doctorate to conduct independent research project in a given area of theology, which would aid the student in an area of interest that would be beneficial to the student.

TH 780 Advanced Apologetics 1
This course takes into consideration the study of Christian Apologetics as well as researching the history of various manuscripts and translations of the Bible.

TH 781 Advanced Apologetics 2
This course is a continuation of Advanced Apologetics I.  It studies Christian Apologetics and continues the research of various manuscripts and translations of the Bible.

TH 796 Internship/Practicum
This course design allows the student to work under the direction of a local pastor, professor or other professional whereby learning takes place through on the job training.

TH 798 Research and Methodology
The design of this course is to assist the student in planning a systematic strategy for library research. This course will help the student in preparing to write a major thesis or dissertation.

TH 799 Dissertation
The student will be required to research an area related to their field of study and present a dissertation of no less than 16,000 to 20,000 words in the form of two bound copies to WRUI.  One copy for WRUI and one copy to be returned to the student.  The total of the dissertation and subject matter to be covered must be presented to WRUI for approval prior to the beginning of the research project.