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BACHELOR OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION DEGREE
This program will provide the student the option of a baccalaureate degree in the area of Early Childhood Development or Child/Youth Care Worker. The foundation of the program is the two year diploma program in their chosen field. The program requires the student to complete all 63 hours of the diploma program.
In addition, the student must complete an additional 35 hours according to the table listed below.
Required (26 hours)
PE100(1) Physical Education (must be taken twice)
HST279(3) Canadian History 1867-Present
PSY150(3) Psychology of Personhood
MH100(3) Music History
or MU150(3) Introduction to Worship and Song Leading
B100(3) Survey of the Literature of the Old Testament
B101(3) Survey of Literature of the New Testament
AT101(3) Christian Life and Work
CD101(3) Church of God Studies *
Electives (9 hours)
AT200(3) Personal Evangelism
AT250(3) Introduction to Missions
AT270(3) Church Growth
B150(3) Studies in the Gospel of John and Johannine Letters
B151(3) Studies in Romans and Galatians
B200(3) Biblical Interpretation of the Old Testament
B201(3) Biblical Interpretation of the New Testament
B250(3) The Synoptic Gospels and Acts
B251(3) Studies in the Pauline Letters
CD391(3) Biblical Theology
CE100(3) Introduction to Educational Ministry of the Church
CE231(3) Faith Development
IDS300(3) Practicum in Developing Team Ministries
MV100-400(1) College Choir **
MV190-196(1) Private Voice **
M_190-106(1) Private Instruments **
* CD101 can be waived for those who are not from a Church of God heritage but students who waive CD101 will be required to pick up three hours of studies from the list of electives.
**Not more than four hours total may be taken from these music electives.
In order to best integrate this program, the student should take courses from all disciplines in all three years of their program. A detailed three-year plan should be developed in consultation with the faculty advisor.