Student seeking admission in the Doctor of Christian Public Administration(Ph.D) program must have a Master of Divinity(M.Div) degree or its equivalent, have satisfactory qualifications in Hebrew and Greek(six credit of each or the student may pass the Hebrew and Greek proficiency test), and reading knowledge of a foreign language.
All qualified applicants must be approved by the administration before commencement of study a Master of Theology (Th.M) degree will be considered as the academic equivalent of the M.Div. degree under certain circumstances. Please contact the Dean of students for more information. A total of 50 hours are required for the Ph.D. degree. The following program of study should be followed in order to complete the class work requirements for the Ph.D degree.
|OT||822||Textual Criticism of the Old Testament||3|
|OT||836||Christian Public Administration||2|
|NT||811||Textual Criticism of the New Testament||3|
|NT||831||The Life of Christ||3|
|NT||835||Bible History Public Administration||3|
|ST||752||The Doctrine of Sanctification||3|
|CH||734||Christian Counseling Public Administration||2|
|WM||811||Theology of Missions||2|
|PT||821||Christian Pastoral Public Administration||2|
|CE||721||Methods and Materials for Sunday School||2|
|TOTAL CREDIT HOURS||50|