MDiv in Chaplain Ministry
This degree includes 2 courses in Basic Skills in New Testament Greek and Old Testament Hebrew (4 total credit hours), designed for students interested in enhancing their capacity for study and interpretation of the biblical texts by learning basic grammatical forms and functions of Biblical New Testament Greek and Old Testament Hebrew, and the use of helpful lexical and exegetical tools for translating biblical texts.
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An introduction and orientation to B. H. Carroll Theological Seminary’s distinctive competency-based curriculum with its core ingredients. The scope of the course will deal with the nexus and teaching church concepts, accession of all online data, navigation through the online library, and guidance to research and writing. Students must pass the Gateway Course in order to enroll in subsequent courses. Additional $50 fee for instrumentation of testing and evaluation.
An introduction to the nature of the Bible; the definition of and need for hermeneutics; a survey of historical and contemporary hermeneutical approaches; the principles of a grammatical-historical-theological-practical approach; and case studies of biblical passages that illustrate the principles.
(NEED TO FINISH “CORE COURSES” AND ADD “ADDITIONAL STUDIES”)
I readily benefitted at Carroll from the steadfast commitment to the Word of God, professors who love the Lord, and classmates walking this road into ministry alongside me.
The demand for highly trained chaplains of all types is significantly increasing. By bringing together B.H. Carroll’s educational excellence and the Marsh Center for Chaplain Studies vocational experience, students are achieving a deeper understanding of the opportunities awaiting them in chaplaincy ministry. Preparation is the key. Through the collaborative synergy between the Marsh Center and B.H. Carroll, students achieve an education that is relevant, focused, and applicable.