Master of Arts in Global Missions and Intercultural Studies and Ministry

MASTERS OF ARTS IN GLOBAL MISSIONS
The Masters of Arts in Global Missions is designed for the leader that understands the complexity of today’s global, pluralistic, urban, economic, and political landscape and sees the church from the perspective of a world Church rather than merely a nationalized, denominational, or localized church. To improve upon the word they are already doing, the student choosing this program knows that he or she requires a working knowledge of the basic church families and missional agencies found in every city and in every religion (Catholic, Orthodox, Evangelical and Charismatic and Independent)

Learning Outcomes
Understands what the Bible says and what the Bible means Have a Broad Overview of the Mission of the Church to the World
Understand the Role of the Gospel in a Globalized World
Have the Capacity to Communicate the Gospel across Cultures
Effectively Guide Inquirers into becoming Disciples of the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ


Master of Arts in Global Mission- Program of Study Degree Plan

Course Number

Course Name

Hours

Trimester

 

Year One

 

 

WREM 5013

Research Writing and Theological Learning 1

3

Fall

GMI 510

Introduction to Evangelism and Missions

3

Fall

SYS 5014

Advanced Bible Doctrine

4

Fall

GMI 540

Elementary Language Studies

3

Fall

ADV 5313

Lifespan & Human Development (crosslisted with the Counseling program)

3

Winter 

GMI 541

Intermediary Language Studies

3

Winter 

IMC 522

Counseling in a Multicultural Context (crosslisted with Counseling the Community)

3

Winter

GMI 514

History and Theology of Mission

3

Spring 

RES 5633

Practicum for Master of Arts in Global Mission and Intercultural Studies Year I

3

Spring 

 

Year Two

 

 

GMI 602

Cross Cultural Communication of the Gospel

3

Fall 

GMI 731

Evangelism and Mission in an Urban Setting

3

Fall

GMI 720

Principles and Strategies of Church Planting

3

Fall 

PTH 506

Pauline Strategies for Change

3

Fall 

MGMT 6413

Pentecostal Identity

3

Winter

SYS 5014

Advanced Survey of the Scriptures

3

Winter 

INTP 5243

Graduate Seminarian Retreat I

3

Winter 

RES 6936

Capstone: Thesis with Defense

6

Spring 

Total Transferred Credits Accepted From Other Degrees

 

Credits towards the Master of Arts in Global Mission and Intercultural Studies

 



Program Credits Required:

54

Program Length:

2 years

Seminary Core Courses:

25 credits

Seminary General Courses:

9 credits

Seminary Elective Courses:

9 credits

Tuition:

$10,800@$200 per credit hour

Administration Fee:

$250

Technology Fee:

$100 per year

Library Fee:

$80 per year

Application Fee:

$50

Program Prerequisite:

- Bachelor's degree with minimum GPA of 2.0 or International Equivalent

- Pastoral Recommendation

- Personal Christian Belief Statement























 Apply at www.rccgnaseminary.org/Admissions/Apply

 Professions
 - Global Missionary
 - Evangelist
 - Non-profit Aid Specialist
 - Missions Administrators
 - Convention Planner

 
 
 
 
 
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