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Graduate Degrees

Master of Arts Degree in Business Leadership

Description

The Master’s Degree in Business Administration exposes qualified and dedicated students to an anthology of knowledge that is essential for the pursuit of highly professional and credible careers in business administration.

Program Objectives
The purpose of the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program is to provide forward-thinking curriculum that will prepare students to meet the demands of our world's volatile marketplace through a Christian perspective. The market-driven curriculum provides students with an essential understanding of how business works–from administration and operations, to management and marketing. Students will graduate with un-parallel skills that will increase their marketability, as well as their ability to add immediate value to their company's bottom line.

Prerequisites
Students must meet the entrance requirements of University of Fort Lauderdale.

Program Completion
Completion of the Master’s Degree in Business Administration requires completion of 46 credits. Student must complete a Capstone to successful complete the program.

TERM 1

Course ID

Course Names

Credits

BUS 505

Leadership, Team Building and Group Dynamics

(3 credits)

LDR 510

Strategic Management

(3 credits)

EDU 570

Research I: Foundations of Research

(3 credits)

BUS 580

Finance and Investment

(3 credits)

LDR 600

Leadership Principles and Strategies

(3 credits)

THE 510

Doctrine of God

(3 credits)

BUS 650 Outcome Analysis and Evaluation (3 credits)
TERM 2

Course ID

Course Names

Credits

BUS 670

Advanced Entrepreneurship

(3 credits)

EDU 670

Research II: Research Statistics

(3 credits)

BUS  671

Marketing Research and Strategy

(3 credits)

BUS 675

Accounting for Decision Makers

(3 credits)

LDR/BUS 500-600

Elective

(3 credits)

(BUS/REL500-600)

Elective Open Elective

(3 credits)

BUS 690 Capstone Project (3 credits)
Master of Science Degree in Divinity

Description
The Master of Divinity program prepares students for professions as religious leaders who are equipped to serve in a variety of contexts, and who will cultivate the attitude of lifelong learners in the practice of ministry.

Program Objectives
The purpose of the Master of Divinity Program is to prepare individuals for professional ministry. Students will develop a thorough understanding of scriptural, historical, and theological foundations for ministry, and integrate the program of learning with rigorous and reflective practice in an ever-changing ministry context. The program will prepare religious leaders who are equipped to serve in a variety of contexts, and who will cultivate the attitude of lifelong learners in the practice of ministry. Additionally, it will prepare students who desire to further their study at the Doctorate level.

Prerequisites
Students must meet the entrance requirements of University of Fort Lauderdale.

Program Completion
Completion of the Master of Divinity requires completion of 90 credits of which 60 are in the general core, 18 are in the concentration and 12 are electives.

3 Year Program - 90 Credits

 

Course Names

Credits

  Core Courses

(60 credits)

 

Concentration Courses 

(18 credits)

 

Elective Courses

(12 credits)

Core Courses (60 Credits)

Course ID

Course Names

Credits

REL 501

Old Testament Survey

(3 credits)

REL 520

New Testament Survey

(3 credits)

HUM 550

Biblical Greek I

(3 credits)

HUM 551

Biblical Greek II

(3 credits)

HUM 552 

Biblical Hebrew I

(3 credits)

HUM 553

Biblical Hebrew II

(3 credits)

MIN 500 Principles & Practices of Ministry (3 credits)
MIN 620 Homiletics (3 credits)
EDU 570 Research I: Foundations of Research (3 credits)
PSY 540 Advanced Psychology (3 credits)
MIN 530 Christian Missions (3 credits)
REL 531 Church History I (3 credits)
REL 541 Church History II (3 credits)
MIN 523 Church Administration (3 credits)
REL 545 African American Church History (3 credits)
MIN 540 Cross-Cultural Evangelism (3 credits)
COU 500 Christian Counseling: Theory & Practice (3 credits)
THE 500 Biblical Hermeneutics (3 credits)
REL 530 Biblical Ethics (3 credits)
MIN 510 Philosophy of Christian Education (3 credits)
MIN 680   (3 credits)
Concentration In Theology

Course ID

Course Names

Credits

THE 510

Doctrine of God

(3 credits)

THE 512

Doctrine of the Holy

(3 credits)

THE 530

Pneumatology

(3 credits)

THE 640

Pastoral Theology

(3 credits)

THE 650

Eschatology

(3 credits)

THE 670

Apocalyptic

(3 credits)

Concentration In Ministry

Course ID

Course Names

Credits

MIN 600

Advanced Pastoral Ministry

(3 credits)

MIN 610

Christian School Education

(3 credits)

MIN 655

Christian Worship

(3 credits)

MIN 642

Church Planting

(3 credits)

MIN 650

Urban Ministries and Social Change

(3 credits)

MIN 650

Applied Leadership

(3 credits)

THE 670

Apocalyptic

(3 credits)

Biblical Studies

Course ID

Course Names

Credits

REL 570

Bible Research & Application

(3 credits)

REL 610

Pentateuch

 

REL 621

The Gospels

(3 credits)

REL 623

Wisdom Literature

(3 credits)

REL 625

Pauline Epistles

(3 credits)

REL 660

Cults & World Religions

(3 credits)

THE 670

Apocalyptic

(3 credits)

Counseling

Course ID

Course Names

Credits

COU 521

Cross-Cultural Counseling

(3 credits)

COU 610

Pastoral Care and Counseling

(3 credits)

COU 611

Pneumatological Approaches in Pastoral Counseling

(3 credits)

COU 612

Advanced Case Management

(3 credits)

COU 620

Advanced Crisis Management

(3 credits)

COU 630 

Family Systems in Christian Counseling

(3 credits)

Electives 12 Credits

Course ID

Course Names

Credits

REL 601

Cross-Cultural Counseling

(3 credits)

MIN 612

Pastoral Care and Counseling

(3 credits)

MIN 525

Pneumatological Approaches in Pastoral Counseling

(3 credits)

LDR 630

Emerging Leadership Models

(3 credits)

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