Biblical PsychologyBiblical Psychology
Associate of Arts Degree in Biblical Psychology
Program Purpose: The Associate of Arts program purpose is to send Price University students into their ministry calling with a sound mind, pure heart and a clear head for engaging in the work of ministry and to equip them to encourage and inform others in their ministry sphere.
The Associate of Arts Biblical Psychology program is a 2-Year study that focuses on the students’ soulogical adjustments for Practical ministry. It is a combined teaching and treatment course aimed at provoking Luke 4:23 in them. Doing so requires them to take the first part of the multisubject Biblical Psychology program.
The objectives of the Associate of Arts Biblical Psychology program are to:
Initiate or build on prior studies in this subject in order to ready student to undertake deeper or more advanced study of this subject and to meet the requirements for its increasingly complex treatment in pursuit of an undergraduate or graduate degree;
Deliver multiple lectures, engage in several discussions, and conduct query response sessions to educate and instill its most vital concepts and essential principles in the student, to assure they have sufficient information to pass the program, and ample material to complete assignments;
Review, etymologize, and pragmatize all next level subject terminology to promote students’ practical application of course subject material;
Awaken students to the need for more than an intellectual or technical readiness program for practical ministry education so they encounter the soul’s role in all learning and success;
Tie traditional salvation and redemption studies to the soul as the main object of the new birth, discipleship, and Christian education;
- Teach and study the scriptures in a way that unveils for students the Maker’s side of the soul.
- Introduce students to Biblical Psychology as God’s answer to human soul sickness;
- Stimulate students’ interest in soul curing as an important part of practical Christian ministry;
- Contrast for students the principles, practices and effects of secular psychology and Biblical psychology so they learn the strengths and limitations of both;<
- Explain for students how and why apostles and prophets are uniquely fitted by God to examine, analyze, diagnose, and cure the human soul from God’s word;<
- Assign special projects, focused coursework, and field tasks that reinforce and validate the studies;<
- Enable students to produce course submissions successfully to meet completion criteria for passing the program with an 80% or better grade.
Upon completion of the program as designed and delivered student will know, understand, and have the ability to:
- Apprehend and appreciate the need for including active soul healing strategies in the practical ministry actions of Jesus Christ’s servants.
- Comprehend the rudiments of soul healing enough to see beneath a follower’s surface to evaluate the state of their soul.
- Tell the difference between a deliverance prayer, pastoral or ministry advice, and actual therapeutic soul treatments.
- See the comparative short falls between secular, traditional soul health methodologies and what the Bible prescribes for the soul.
- Explain what apostles and prophets do for the soul beyond the ecclesia’s other ministers.
- Present a simple diagram of the soul that shows its purpose and function in the human makeup.
- Say verbally and in writing why the soul is needed, how it came to be, and its afterlife disposition once released from the body.
- Ability to complete course and degree qualifying requirements successfully, including written and verbal examination, oral defense, presentment of created material or concept, demonstration of subject mastery; when assigned, completed field studies, extensive research and its outcomes that proves theories or shows success in Biblical Psychology casework and satisfactorily completed internship or apprenticeship of 500 or more hours.
Students must complete their training with passing grade of 80% or higher in each course taken to successfully advance to the next level or qualify for degree granted.
The learning teaching elements and components of this program include but are not limited to:
2 – Research assignments on the soul in general and Christian psychology.
3 – Quizzes
2 – Examinations; Midterm and Final.
1 – Field survey exercise
1 to 2 – Group activities
Homework, Assignments, Submissions, Tracking
The program syllabus and student requirements will be available through the student portal access. Lectures will be conducted online as necessary throughout their program.
Access to online lectures will be given through the Student Portal Access.
Quizzes and Exams will also be completed through the portal’s class instructions and other requirements will be explained for each assignment.
Students will receive assignments, upload assignments, and see their grades inside of their portal.
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