Single Enrollment Courses

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Single Enrollment Courses

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Welcome to our Single Enrollment Course opportunities! We are so excited about your interest in Price University! Have you wanted to test your capacity and know how to prepare for success as a potential Price University student? Well now you can test and develop your preparedness through our Single Enrollment Courses.

Use these courses to stick in a toe before you jump in with both feet. These courses are 15-weeks in length and contain select subject matter from the Dr. Paula Price Learning System Academia. Each course has a weekly course load that mirrors the course load you would experience as a Price University student.

Your assignments will be submitted and graded and you will receive an actual grade reflective of our university grading scale, not simply a pass/fail. Take a look at our options and enroll in your course today!

Single Enrollment Courses

Scripture Organics

Scripture Organics

This is a ministry orientation course designed to help students study and understand the scriptures organically versus culturally.

Heaven-first approaches allow students to re-engage with Christianity’s eternal heritage and integrate its earthly manifestations and outcomes, minus the overlay of culture-modified philosophies and world agendas, usurping its original intent.

Scripture Organics emphasizes:

    • The use of pure Scripture as it was revealed to God’s prophets and apostles;
    • Culture-free teaching that reconnects Scripture to its eternal roots beyond earth’s manifestation;
    • Holistic Bible doctrine that integrates the full counsel of God and fuses the gospel’s continuity from Old to New Testament.

This synoptic course will answer the question: When world culture is stripped away, what does God’s holy Scripture actually say?

 

Department: School of Ministry
Program: Certificate
Delivery Method: Online
Pass/Fail: No
Credits: 0.50
Affects GPA: Yes

The 14 Events Continuum

14 Events Continuum is a ministry orientation course, designed to introduce students to the 14 events interconnected in scripture, that brought us Christ and Christianity.

It will address age old questions regarding the faith such as:

    • Where did Christianity begin?
    • Why it’s different than other world religions?
    • Why it’s the first faith in creation?
    • How did it become apart of earth?
    • Why did Jesus come to the planet?
    • What is the purpose of His death?
    • How did He bring Christianity alive in the world?
    • Why Christianity became a world power?
    • Why Christianity cannot “coexist” or successfully blend with other faiths?

Course Objectives:

  • Discover the Bible’s eternal continuum plan for redeeming the earth from destruction of darkness
  • Learn the 14 events that enabled Christ’s manifestation in the earth
  • Uncover the congruence of Scripture-truth throughout the Bible and time

     

     

    Department: School of Ministry
    Program: Diploma
    Delivery Method: Online
    Pass/Fail: No
    Credits: 0.50
    Affects GPA: Yes

Intro to Apostolic Christianity

This course is designed to help students understand the differences in the doctrinal foundations, influences and biblical perspectives of Evangelicalism and Apostleship.

Students will examine the fine-point distinctions that differentiate both scriptural models and their very essential, yet discrete roles in God’s kingdom infrastructure.

 

Course Objectives:

    • Understand the biblical foundations of Apostleship;
    • Trace the Bible’s organic roots in apostolic ministry;
    • Explore how the founding Christians were apostolic;
    • Learn why every Christian begins apostolic;
    • Distinguish Evangelical influences from apostolic foundations;
    • Help students embrace the multi-faceted character of God from a holistic perspective;
    • Address scripturally the Savior versus Sovereign conflict, that separates Evangelicalism from Apostleship;
    • Introduce students to the holistic gospel, versus the gospel of salvation.

Department: School of Ministry
Program: Certificate
Delivery Method: Online
Pass/Fail: No
Credits: 0.50
Affects GPA: Yes

Meet the Holy Spirit I

This is one of a four-course series which teaches students about the Holy Spirit first as the third person of the Godhead.

  • Course one is introductory;
  • Course two is theoretical;
  • Course three is exegetical
  • Course four is both experiential and experimental.

Systematically, students are taught the Holy Spirit’s role in the Godhead, His part in creation and the supreme role He filled in bringing Christ and His Ecclesia from heaven to earth. Intermixed is how God’s Spirit activates and executes the new birth, the ways He seals, keeps, and shepherds Christ’s royal priesthood and how He preserves the planet.

The Holy Spirit’s governmental duty to uphold the Almighty’s divine governance concludes the course. Lectures and discussions weave throughout these topics and themes, the charismatic study of the Holy Spirits gifts and His deployment of those to exercise them on Jesus Christ’s behalf.

Meet the Holy Spirit II, Gifts vs. Office, and Spiritual Gifts are concurrent or sequential requisites for this course. (3 credit hours)

Student Learning Objectives:

    • Understand the inner-workings of the Holy Spirit as the third member of the Godhead;
    • Understand how the Lord authorizes them alone to accredit the other ministries of His body;
    • Demonstrate the ability to differentiate between the two popular ministry references and the different aspects of church leadership, what each one stresses, and why the difference is important
    • Successfully create a final project incorporating all learned skills.

Department: School of Ministry
Program: Diploma
Delivery Method: Online
Pass/Fail: No
Credits: 0.50
Affects GPA: Yes

Meet the Holy Spirit II

Meet the Holy Spirit II is a ministry orientation course designed to study and understand the person of the Holy Spirit, His roles and importance to the Kingdom, and His vital importance to the heaven-earth connection.

It will address such things as:

    • Why communing with God is only through the Holy Spirit;
    • The Holy Spirit is not only a Person, but earth’s Resident Representative of the Godhead;
    • The Holy Spirit in the planet today functions as the Godhead’s embassy and Senior Ambassador;
    • The Holy Spirit is heaven’s peacekeeping force;
    • Holy Spirit acts as God’s immigration agency.

Course Objectives:

    • Learn Scripture’s revealed roles of the Person of the Holy Spirit;
    • Understand why one cannot enter God’s eternal Kingdom apart from the Holy Spirit;
    • Detail the Holy’s Spirit’s function as God’s sentinel and border patrol;
    • Understand why the Holy Spirit is God’s skin and blood.

Department: School of Ministry
Program: Diploma
Delivery Method: Online
Pass/Fail: No
Credits: 0.50
Affects GPA: Yes

Spiritual Gifts

Spiritual Gifts

An introductory level course that goes with or may follow meet the Holy Spirit. This course focuses on 1 Corinthians’ timeline and what is erroneously called the “Nine Gifts of the Spirit.”

In addition, students are taught their true charismatics which is enjoined by Paul and Peters other gift teachings.

A significant portion of the course is interactive where students learn to exercise scripture’s spiritual gifts that are more than local church manifestation and to be used by the Holy Spirit to manifest the Godhead’s work on powers in the.

This begins with how God’s people can utilize their gifts in the world to their own and other’s advantage, added for Christians called to the King of King’s secular rather than His sacred service.

While this course is dedicated to spiritual gifts as the name implies, its content is not limited to scripture, but extends to the modern rewards of the Lord’s exploits.

Department: School of Ministry
Program: Diploma
Delivery Method: Online
Pass/Fail: No
Credits: 0.50
Affects GPA: Yes

What the Bible is All About

What The Bible is All About

This orientation course applies to the study of the eternal Scriptures, beyond quotes or recitations, and to how the Scriptures evidence themselves in everyday life, impacting the human experience.

Doctrines in this course demonstrate why and how the Almighty designed earth, humanity and aspects of creation to do so. The goal is to introduce students to the God’s history, deeds, and life before and after the world began.

Course Objectives:

    • To provide foundation principles for valid & reliable scripture study;
    • To rightly divide and apply principles learned in daily study of God’s word;
    • To explore God’s experience, interactions, & involvement With His creaturehood and their reaction to Him in their lives & world;
    • To prepare students to accurately doctrinize & communicate His Holy Word;
    • To equip students to act on what they hear & learn as truth.

Department: School of Ministry
Program: Diploma
Delivery Method: Online
Pass/Fail: No
Credits: 0.50
Affects GPA: Yes

Gift vs Office

Gift vs Office

This course is an orientation course designed to help students distinguish between the functions, operations, and responsibilities of a ministerial gift versus a ministerial office.

Students will examine the distinctions between the expressions and performance of the two, how they interconnect and how they differ.

Course Objectives:

  • Comprehensively define the terms “gift” and “office” from both a biblical and practical perspective;
  • Separate the gift expression from the office function;
  • Help students understand the purpose and value of gifting and the necessity of the office;
  • Expose students to the role and operations of offices in ministry;
  • Explain why ministry positions go beyond just gifting to include official duties and responsibilities;
  • Help students understand how to shift from gift expression to office execution and occupation.

Student Learning Outcomes:

  • Students can define the words “gift” and “office” along with the associated/related terms and words (both biblically and practically):
  • Students can make the distinction between gift expression and office function;
  • Students can understand the purpose and worth of gifting, along with essential nature of the office;
  • Students will identify the responsibility and operation of the offices in ministry;
  • Students can articulate and explain why ministry positions go past gifting to incorporate official duties and responsibilities;
  • Students can understand how to move from gift expression to office implementation and deployment.

Department: School of Ministry
Program: Diploma
Delivery Method: Online
Pass/Fail: No
Credits: 0.50
Affects GPA: Yes

C.O.R.E. Courses

Divine Order and Kingdom Government

Divine Order and Kingdom Government is a 12 part training, designed to expose learners to a biblical and foundational knowledge of God’s divine order for His creation, Church, Kingdom and ministry officials.

Course Objectives:

    • To establish the premise for God’s five-fold officers and Kingdom government;
    • To examine the prototypical government of creation and its laws;
    • To introduce God’s eternal blueprint for ministry and its operations;
    • To explore the principles of rulership and authority as the divine world sees it;
    • To study the impact of creation’s spiritual government on the natural world.

Department: School of Education
Propgram: Single Enrollment
Delivery Method: Online
Pass/Fail: No
Credits: 3.00
Affects GPA: Yes

Five-Fold Government

This ministry orientation course is designed to give learners a broad introduction to the five-fold officers in the Kingdom of God, show how these offices work together and their independent purposes.

Program Objectives:

      • To establish the learner in truth about Christian Ministry
      • Overview 11 descriptives
      • To study the 23 reasons for the Ephesians 4:11 officers
      • To overview the spiritual equipment needed for effective, compassionate and transformative ministry

Topics Addressed 

      • Overview: Purpose and foundations
      • Why and how these offices constitute an institution
      • Elements and features of any successful move
      • Refresh the learner in their understanding of that decreed by God
      • Understanding of Ephesians 4:11 and their aim and impact
      • How the officers expedite ministry of Christ on earth.

Department: School of Ministry
Propgram: Diploma
Delivery Method: Online
Pass/Fail: No
Credits: 0.5
Affects GPA: Yes

Apostoloic/Prophetic Bible

This course has 10 main objectives:

    • To introduce students and instructors to Apostolic Prophetic Bible education’s uniqueness, traditionalism, and value to present and future Christianity’s survival and resumed flourishment in modern society.
    • To introduce students and instructors to the contrasts and similarities between Apostolic Prophetic Bible Education, APB Ed, and conventional approaches and concentrations on the Holy Bible.
    • To educate students in reality based study of Scripture that, that is, His story told His way.
    • To demonstrate the importance weighting God’s authorship heavier than the customary emphases given to biblical subject matter.
    • To strongly link, while disproving, the separation between the Old and New Testaments.
    • To unseal Old Testament writings and decode them according to their New Testament revelations.
    • To unmask the elements, features, and influences of cultural Christianity.
    • To introduce and expound on Scripturally Organic Christianity.
    • To extract and expound on Scripture’s apostolic and prophetic concentrations to foster confidence in God’s reinstatement of His church’s first and second officers.
    • To draw out and differentiate the various veins of Scripture and pair them to with its practical features, such as ministry, leadership, governance, community, nationhood, and others related to them.

Department: School of Education
Propgram: Single Enrollment
Delivery Method: Online
Pass/Fail: No
Credits: 3.00
Affects GPA: Yes

Christology

This course is an advanced study of the Lord Jesus Christ from Alpha to Omega and all of His experiences, actions, and initiatives in between from the Old and New Testaments.

Students will discover the Christ before the world began, the savior of the world, and the sovereign of creation. Alternately entitled “The Jesus Classes” this study takes students beyond the local church Bible or congregational study to bring them face to face with the man Christ Jesus all apostles preached, taught and purported as the eternal God.

Complements General Bible, APBE 1 and 2 PM300, Intro to the History of Christianity.

Department: School of Education
Propgram: Single Enrollment
Delivery Method: Online
Pass/Fail: No
Credits: 3.00
Affects GPA: Yes

Biblical Psychology

A multi-phase study that equips apostles and prophets to be “soul healers” once they have, as Jesus told Peter, been cleansed and converted themselves.  The course takes a bible-based psycho-spiritual approach to the traditional treatment of soul deficiencies that mentally and physically affect the mind and the body.

The introductory textbook 3D begins the process. It is a soul restoration plan that moves an individual through various healing development stages that take life from distress to success. Its crux focuses on 3D’s break the cycle of internal bondage to bring a soul into a place of wholesome thinking, and comprehensive healing.

The course takes students through the decisions, discoveries, and deliverances that lead to soul freedom. It prepares them to be healed healers as up and coming ministers understanding the process of bondage, deliverance, healing and then restoration. (3 credit hours)   

Department: School of Education
Propgram: Single Enrollment
Delivery Method: Online
Pass/Fail: No
Credits: 3.00
Affects GPA: Yes

Prophetic Intercession

A unique study and practicum on the role of apostles and prophets as first intercessors and interveners on God’s behalf. This course will provide a historical view of Christianity’s biblical predecessors ministry of intercession.
The course takes students through the decisions, discoveries, and deliverances that lead to soul freedom. It prepares them to be healed healers as up and coming ministers understanding the process of bondage, deliverance, healing and then restoration. (3 credit hours)   
Department: School of Education
Propgram: Single Enrollment
Delivery Method: Online
Pass/Fail: No
Credits: 3.00
Affects GPA: Yes

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