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Unity Bible College Course Descriptions

BACCALAUREATE PROGRAM FIRST YEAR COURSES

Introduction to Public Speaking 111 (1 credit hour); Fall semester course. This course introduces the principles of public speaking and public presentation and provides a foundation for organizing and delivery of a sermon.

Christian Doctrine 113 (3 credit hours) Fall semester course; includes a Pass/Fail Chapel requirement This course gives an introduction to church structure, administration and doctrine.

Stewardship 115 (3 credit hours); Fall semester course. The course defines stewardship and explains how to apply stewardship in the life of a Christian.

English 101 (3 credit hours) Fall semester course. This course covers basic skills in English grammar, sentence structure and reading comprehension.

Evangelism 117 (3 credit hours); Fall semester course. The course gives the student basic biblical principles and witnessing skills to share the Gospel to the community.

Hymnology 119 (3 credit hours); Fall semester course. Is an introductory course that explores the worship experience of God through hymns, anthems, gospels and

Christian Doctrine 114 (3 credit hours); Spring semester course; includes a Pass/Fail Chapel requirement This course explores biblical truth as it relates to Church doctrine.

Stewardship 116 (3 credit hours); Spring semester course. This course examines social and cultural issues as they relate to the application of biblical stewardship.

English 102 ; (3 credit hours); Spring semester course. This course builds upon English 101 and further develops the student’s reading comprehension and provides an introduction to the skill of writing scholarly papers.

Evangelism 118; (3 credit hours); Spring semester course. This course builds upon Evangelism 117 and further develops biblical principles and witnessing skills to share the Gospel to the community.

Hymnology 120; (3 credit hours); Spring semester course. This course builds upon Hymnology 119 and further develops the biblical basis of worshiping God through hymns, anthems, gospels and other music genre.


BACCALAUREATE PROGRAM – SECOND YEAR COURSES

Survey of Theology 201; (3 credit hours); Fall semester course. This course is a study of knowing God, His character and His relationship to mankind.

Survey of the Old Testament 211; (3 credit hours); Fall semester course. This course reviews important events described in the Old Testament and helps the student understand how these events relate to and are fulfilled in the New Testament.

Homiletics 213; (3 credit hours); Fall semester course; includes a Pass/Fail Chapel requirement This course teaches the art and science of preaching and teaching the word of God.

Evangelism 215; (3 credit hours); Fall semester course. Provides the student the opportunity to research evangelism techniques, critique their skills and revise the student’s fieldwork in Evangelism.

Exegesis 217; (3 credit hours); Fall semester course. This course provides instruction on how to dissect a sermon or message, in order to prepare for the ministry role.

Survey of Theology 202; (3 credit hours); Spring semester course. This is a continuation of Survey of Theology 201. The topics are expanded and the relationship of God to man is revealed in greater detail.

Survey of the New Testament 212; (3 credit hours); Spring semester course. This course reviews important events described in the New Testament and helps the student understand how those events relate to the Old Testament.

Homiletics 214; (3 credit hours);This course is a continuation of Homiletics 213. The course stresses the development of sermons that require a more in depth organization of information and a focus on delivery of presentations that are given within a culturally relevant context.

Evangelism 216; (3 credit hours); Spring semester course. This course is a continuation of Evangelism 215. The course further equips the student to share the gospel. A look at common problems and issues in an Evangelism ministry are identified and solutions are explored.

Training For Service 218; (3 credit hours); Spring Semester Course This course is an in depth study designed to help transfer layman into working leaders in ministry.


BACCALAUREATE PROGRAM – THIRD YEAR COURSES Minor Prophets 311: (3 credit hours); Fall semester course. A biography of selected Minor Prophets, their writings and messages as it relates to Christian life are explored. The writings of Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, and Jonah & Micah are explored.

Systematic Theology 313; (3 credit hours); Fall semester course. A comprehensive review of Systematic Theology addressing Theism, Bibliopoly, Theology and Anthropology.

Heresies 315; (3 credit hours); Fall semester course. Explores major world religions, describes the doctrine of each religion and how it impacts the lives of its

Pneumatology 317; (3 credit hours); Fall semester course. Explores the third person of the Trinity, His person and works of the Holy Spirit.

Homiletics 319; (3 credit hours); Fall semester course; includes a Pass/Fail Chapel requirement The course deals with the life style of preachers, speakers, evangelist, teachers and those in pastoral ministries.

Systematic Theology 314; (3 credit hours); Spring semester course. A further review of Systematic Theology that addresses Soteriology, Ecclesiology, Angelology and Eschatology.

Heresies 316; (3 credit hours); Spring semester course. Equips the student to utilize sound biblical knowledge in responding to heresies of world religions.

Pneumatology 318; (3 credit hours); Spring semester course. This course further explores the work of the Holy Spirit and His relationship to man is revealed in greater detail.

Homiletics 320; (3 credit hours); Spring semester course; includes a Pass/Fail Chapel requirement This course further analyzes the life style of persons in ministry and focuses on contemporary training in pastoral.


Chapel Requirements: for selected courses each semester, the student is required to attend chapel services. Specific requirements to achieve a pass status are outlined in the course syllabi.