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Graduate Certificate & Bachelor of Arts Programs

Graduate Certificate in Ministerial and Theological Studies is a 24 units/credits program  intended for individuals with a bachelor’s degree in a non-ministry area who desire advanced theological training to enhance their service to the church. Requirements for the Graduate Certificate are as follows:

Courses
BIB/BNT/BOT Any Bible course3
MCC/MCE/MCH Any ministry course3
THE Any theology course3
RES 536 Research Methods I3
Electives:
Any four courses12
TOTAL24

Notes:

  • The student must meet general admission requirements.
  • The student may enter with, and must maintain, a 2.3 GPA.
  • After the completion of 18 credits, with a minimum 2.5 GPA, the student may apply to transfer to the MA program, provided they meet all the degree prerequisites, and have faculty approval.
  • The student may not receive any scholarship or financial aid.
  • A student who completes the Graduate Certificate Program will receive 12 credits of advanced standing in any 48 credit APTS MA degrees.
  • Students who earn an M.A. or M.Div. degree within two years of receiving a Graduate Certificate in Ministerial and Theological Studies must surrender the graduate certificate before receiving their master’s degree.

Graduate Concentration Certificate in Ministerial and Theological Studies is offered in several subject areas. These graduate certificates require 15 credits and can be pursued as an individual academic award or as a concentration in a degree program. However, no more than two Graduate Concentration Certificates will be awarded to the same student, and a specific course may not be applied to more than one certificate. Requirements for graduate certificates in specific areas are as follows:

Bible School Ministry:
MCE 523 Educational Psychology3
MCE 524 Curriculum Theory & Development3
MCE 541 College Teaching3
MCE 637 Practicum in College Teaching3
Electives:
One approved elective3
TOTAL15
 
Christian Education:
MCE 522 Foundations of Christian Education3
MCE 529 Discipleship Ministries in the Church3
MCE 638 Practicum in Christian Education3
Electives:
Two Christian Education electives6
TOTAL15
 
Missions:
MIS 510 Perspectives in World Missions3
MIS 580 Cross-Cultural Communications3
MIS 567 Biblical Theology of Missions3
MIS 637 Practicum in Missions3
Electives:
One Mission elective3
TOTAL15
 
Pastoral Counseling:
MCH 523 Pastoral Counseling3
MCH 624 Contemporary Issues in Pastoral Counseling3
MCH 637 Practicum in Counseling3
Electives:
Two Counseling electives6
TOTAL15

Notes:

  • Each academic year the required courses for at least one certificate program will be offered. However, due to limitations in faculty and student enrollment, the courses for other certificates may not be available in any given year. Consult the APTS Registrar concerning the schedule of available certificates.
  • The requirements for the M.A. in Ministry degree can be modified to allow a student to complete a certificate as a concentration within the degree. Consult the Registrar or Academic Dean for guidance in this area.
  • Over the three-year period of their study, M.Div. students will usually have the opportunity to earn one or two certificates.

The Bachelor of Arts in Ministry in Mandarin is a 120-credit undergraduate degree. It is designed to provide formal biblical, theological and ministerial training for those who are called to enter full time ministry. All the courses offered in this program are taught in Mandarin with the aim to train the future Christian leaders to minister in a Chinese context. Requirements in specific study are as follows:

 

Theological Studies 神學課程 15 credits
BTHE101 Theology Introduction神學概論3
BTHE103 Pentecostal Theology五旬宗信仰神學3
BTHE102 Systematic Theology Introduction系統神學概論3
BHIS592 Church History (I) 教會歷史(I)3
BHIS104 Chinese Church History中國教會歷史3
 
Biblical Studies 聖經課程 15 credits
BBOT 508 Old Testament Introduction舊約概論3
BBNT 509 New Testament Introduction新約概論3
BBOT101 Pentateuch摩西五經研究3
BBNT101 The Four Gospels四福音書3
BBNT103 Pauline Epistles保羅書信研究3
 
General Electives 30 Credits 選修 30學分
Theological, Biblical or Ministerial courses神學、聖經或事奉科目30
 
Ministerial Studies 實踐與事奉課程 60 credits
BMCC510 Homiletics講道法3
BMCH521 Pastoral Ministries 教牧事工3
BMIS101 Missiology Introduction宣教學概論3
BMCH 535 Church Management教會管理學3
BMCH112 Principles of Church Growth教會增長原則3
BMCH537 Evangelism佈道法3
BMCH102 Spiritual Life Formation靈命成長3
BMCH106 Discipleship Training門徒訓練與栽培3
12 Ministry Electives12個事奉科目36

Master of Arts Degree Program

The Master of Arts in Ministry is a 36-credit graduate degree. It is designed to provide advanced training for those called to ministry in the local church or a related context. It may also be of value for Bible school teachers who wish to specialize in the practical ministry area.

Prerequisites:

  • 24 credits in Bible/Theology courses
  • 12 credits in Ministry courses including Homiletics and Pastoral Ministries
Theological Studies
BIB 528 Hermeneutics3
THE 580 Perspectives in Pentecostalism3
THE 570 Asian Theological Issues3
Ministerial Studies
MCH 510 Foundations for Ministry or MCH 590Q Spiritual Formation or MCH 598 Holy Spirit and Ministry3
MCH 523 Pastoral Counseling3
MCH 530 Foundations of Leadership and Management3
MIS 510 Perspective in World Missions3
One Ministry Elective3
Research/Electives
RES 536 Research Methods I3
RES 537 Research Methods - Statistics or RES 538 Research Methods II - Non-Statistics3
RES 601 Thesis/Project6
        or 
Three (3) courses from any category*9
TOTAL36

If a similar course was taken at the undergraduate level for credit, the student must substitute another course in the same division. The substitute course is selected in consultation with the Registrar or the Academic Dean.Notes:

  • The prerequisite hours may be accumulated through additional APTS courses, Global University college courses, courses taken at a Bible school, or another approved study program. They must be completed before the last 12 credits of the degree. Twelve of the last 15 credits must be taken with APTS, residence or extension.
  • A three-credit mission practicum is strongly recommended.
  • Those holding a Graduate Certificate in Ministerial and Theological Studies only need to complete 24 credits for this degree.

The Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies is a 36-credit graduate degree, designed to enable individuals in the Asia Pacific region to develop a balanced missions philosophy for effective cross-cultural missionary service, and leadership. They also provide a foundation for pursuing graduate studies beyond the Masters level.

Prerequisites:

  • 24 credits in Bible/Theology courses
  • 12 credits in Ministry/ Mission courses including Evangelism or Church Planting
Theological Studies
BIB 528 Hermeneutics3
THE 580 Perspectives in Pentecostalism3
THE 567 Biblical Theology of Missions3
Mission Studies
MIS 520 Applied Missionary Cultural Anthropology3
MIS 568 History of Missions3
MIS 580 Cross-Cultural Communication3
MIS 510 Perspective in World Missions (Optional)3
One Mission course3
Research/Electives
RES 536 Research Methods I3
RES 537 Reseach Method II - Statistics or 538 Research Methods II - Non-Statistics3
RES 601 Thesis/Project6
        or 
Three (3) courses from any category9
TOTAL36

Notes:

  • If a similar course was taken at the undergraduate level for credit, the student must substitute another course in the same division. The substitute course is selected in consultation with the Registrar or the Academic Dean.
  • The prerequisite hours may be accumulated through additional APTS courses, Global University college courses, courses taken at a Bible school, or anther approved study program. They must be completed before the last 12 credits of the degree.
  • Twelve of the last 15 credits must be taken with APTS, residence or extension.
  • A three-credit mission practicum is strongly recommended.
  • Those holding a Graduate Certificate in Ministerial and Theological Studies only need to complete 24 credits for this degree.

The Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies-Islamic Studies Concentration is a 48-credit graduate degree, designed to enable individuals in the Asia Pacific region to develop a balanced missions philosophy for effective cross-cultural missionary service, and leadership. They also provide a foundation for pursuing graduate studies beyond the Masters level.

Prerequisites:

  • 24 credits in Bible/Theology courses
  • 12 credits in Ministry/ Mission courses including Evangelism or Church Planting
Theological Studies
BIB 528 Hermeneutics3
THE 580 Perspectives in Pentecostalism3
THE 567 Biblical Theology of Missions3
Mission Studies
MIS 520 Applied Missionary Cultural Anthropology3
MIS 568 History of Missions3
MIS 580 Cross-Cultural Communications3
MIS 510 Perspectives in World Missions (Optional)3
One Mission Elective3
Islamic Studies Concentration
MIS 559 Islam and the Gospel3
MIS 551 Approaches to Muslims3
MIS 552 Christian Ministry in Muslim Context3
MIS 553 Muslim-Christian Theological Issues3
Research/Electives
RES 536 Research Methods I3
RES 537 Reseach Method II - Statistics or 538 Research Methods II - Non-Statistics3
RES 601 Thesis/Project6
        or 
MIS 637 Practicum in Missions3
One Islamic course3
One general elective3
TOTAL48

Notes:

  • If a similar course was taken at the undergraduate level for credit, the student must substitute another course in the same division. The substitute course is selected in consultation with the Registrar or the academic Dean.
  • The prerequisite hours may be accumulated through additional APTS courses, Global University college courses, courses taken at a Bible school, or another approved study program. They must be completed before the last 12 credits of the degree. Twelve of the last 15 credits must be taken with APTS, residence or extension.
  • Those holding a Graduate Certificate in Ministerial and Theological Studies only need to complete 36 credits for this degree.

The Master of Arts in Theology is a 48-credit graduate degree designed to provide advanced training in theological and biblical studies. This program is especially valuable for Bible school teachers and administrators, as well as those who wish to go on to doctoral studies.

 

Prerequisites:

  • 30 credits in Bible/Theology courses
  • 2 semesters of a Biblical Language
General Core
BIB 528 Hermeneutics3
BOT 508 Old Testament Introduction** or BNT 509 New Testament Introduction**3
MCH 510 Foundations for Ministry or MCH 522 Foundations for Christian Education3
Theological Core
BOT 610 Old Testament Theology** or BNT 611 New Testament Theology**3
THE 580 Perspectives in Pentecostalism3
THE 530 Systematic Theology I or 531 Systematic Theology II3
Church History/Historical Theology***
Choose any HIS3
Research/Electives
RES 536 Research Methods I3
RES 537 Research Methods II - Statistics or RES 538 Research Methods II - Non-Statistics3
RES 601 Thesis/Project6
     or 
*Electives*****9
TOTAL48
 
CONCENTRATIONS:
A. Old Testament Concentration
BHE 510 Hebrew III3
BHE Any Exegesis3
Any two Old Testament courses6
B. New Testament Concentration
BGR 510 Greek III3
BGR Any Exegesis3
any two New Testament courses6
C. Theology Concentration
THE 530 Systematic Theology I or THE 531 Systematic Theology II****3
Any three Theology courses9

Notes:

  • The prerequisite hours may be accumulated through additional APTS courses Global University college level courses, or courses taken at an approved Bible school. They must be completed one trimester before graduation.
  • If a similar course was taken at the undergraduate level for credit, the student may substitute another course in the same division, after consultation with the Registrar or the Academic Dean.
  • Twelve of the last 15 credits must be taken with APTS, residence or extension.
  • Those holding a Graduate Certificate in Ministerial and Theological Studies only need to complete 36 credits for this degree.
    * For Theology Concentration – Students must take BHE III and any BHE any Exegesis (or) BGR III and BGR any Exegesis.
    ** If taking a biblical concentration, the student must follow the Testament of concentration.
    *** Cannot be History of Missions.
    **** Both Systematic Theology I and II must be taken for the program.
    ***** Electives must be Bible, History, Pentecostal Studies, Theology or Philosophy.

The Master of Arts in Intercultural Education is  a  36-credit  graduate  degree.  This degree empowers students to deepen their theological knowledge and develop excellent teaching skills and methodologies for use within diverse cultural settings. It equips students to apply for education jobs in many different contexts. Prerequisites:

  • 24 credits in Bible/Theology courses
  • 12 credits in Ministry
Theological Studies
BIB 528 Hermeneutics 3
THE 580 Perspectives in Pentecostalism 3
THE 567 Biblical Theology of Missions 3
Educational Core
MCE 524 Curriculum Theory and Development 3
MCE 541 College Teaching or MCE 590B Creative Teaching with Interactive Aids 3
MCE 523 Educational Psychology 3
Intercultural Studies Core
MCE (MIS) 527 Intercultural Education 3
MCC (MIS) 580 Cross-Cultural Communications 3
Research/Electives
RES 536 Research Methods I 3
RES 537 Research Methods II - Statistics or RES 538 Research Methods II - Non-Statistics 3
RES 601 Thesis/Project 6
        or
Electives 9
TOTAL 36

Post-Graduate Programs

The Master of Divinity program provides advanced knowledge and training in theological and ministerial studies. It is designed as a “professional” degree for baccalaureate graduates with non-Bible college majors or baccalaureate graduates of Bible colleges who desire a more thorough biblical education at the graduate level. An accelerate degree track is available for students with an appropriate undergraduate degree and sufficient ministry experience. The faculty will review first year M.Div. students after completion of approximately 21 credits to determine their continuance in the degree program. For those students desiring admission to the M.Div. degree program following completion of one of the APTS M.A. programs, a separate application for the M.Div. program is required. The first week of the third trimester (or after completion of 21 APTS credits) is the earliest point at which an application for admission to the M.Div. program may be submitted for consideration of the faculty.    

Biblical Languages
BGR 508 Greek I  or BHE 508 Hebrew I 3
BGR 509 Greek I or BHE 509 Hebrew II 3
BGR 510 Greek I or BHE 510 Hebrew III 3
BGR Greek Exegesis or BHE Hebrew Exegesis 3
Biblical Studies
BIB 528 Hermeneutics 3
BOT 508 Introduction to Old Testament 3
BNT 509 Introduction to New Testament 3
Any BTH Course 3
Theology and Philosophy
THE 530 Systematic Theology I 3
THE 531 Systematic Theology II 3
THE 580 Perspectives in Pentecostalism 3
HIS 628 Asian Church History or PEN 598 Issues in Asian Pentecostalism or THE 570 Asian Theological Issues 3
Church History
HIS 592 World Church History I or HIS 593 World Church History II 3
Mission
MIS 510 Perspectives in World Missions*** 3
Ministerial Studies
MCC 510 Homiletics 3
MCH 510 Foundations for Ministry or MCH 590Q Spiritual Formation  or MCH 598 Holy Spirit and Ministry 3
MCH 521 Pastoral Counseling 3
MCH 530 Foundations of Leadership and Management 3
1 Ministry Elective 3
Research / Field Education
RES 536 Research Methods 1 3
FED 700 Field Education 6
General Electives
Any five courses 15
TOTAL 96
CONCENTRATIONS (15 credits)*,**
A. Biblical Studies
Five of any BIB, BGR, BHE, BAR, BOT, BNT courses 15
B. Theology
Five of any THE courses 15
C. Missions
Five of any MIS courses 15
D. Ministry
Five of any MIN, MCC, MCE, MCH courses 15
Notes:
  • If a similar course was taken at the undergraduate level for credit, the student can substitute another course in the same division, after consultation with the Registrar, academic advisor, or Academic Dean.
  • At least 36 credits must be completed in residence, including 18 of the last 36; the other 18 may be completed at any time during the program.
  • Twelve of the last 15 credits must be taken with APTS, residence or extension. * All students with the approval of their advisor will select the courses of their concentration. With the approval of the Academic Dean, students may construct their own programs in lieu of a concentration. ** For those desiring to write a thesis, the thesis will be taken within their concentration, and Research Methods II (whether Statistics or Non-Statistics) is to be a general elective. *** Waived for students who already hold MAIS degree.

The Master of Theology (M.Th.) is a graduate level program designed to provide quality education and training. The program aims to prepare potential scholars and qualified Christian workers for teaching positions in seminaries and Bible Colleges, for pursing higher level studies, and for engaging in reflective research, particularly in the student’s own context. Therefore it is academic in orientation, offering students an opportunity for serious and sustained academic engagement while continuing to carry out their normal responsibilities.

The requirements of the M.Th. include four independent, tutorial type papers (six credits each), one of which must be in the area of Pentecostal/Charismatic Studies and the writing of a thesis (12 credits). The thesis must be reflective and critical quality writing, researched and documented according to the guidelines.

Students can study part-time taking the tutorial-type papers over a two-year period, and writing the thesis in the third year. They must come to the APTS campus for eight weeks of each year in which they are enrolled in the program. There is also a full-time option, for which students can live on campus for a year or more and concentrate on their research full-time.

Admission requirements: M.Div. (or M. Div. equivalent) which must include a biblical language to exegesis level, with a 3.3 GPA (on a 4.0 scale). 550 on the TOEFL or 6.57.0 on IELTS.

The Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) degree is a professional award intended for persons who are actively engaged in full-time Christian ministry. It involves advanced seminary work beyond the M.Div. degree. Its purpose is to enhance the participant's personal growth toward maturity and professional competence in the practice of ministry. The D.Min. program is committed to maintaining high academic standards and to building ministry on a solid biblical and theological foundation.

 

The Distinctness of the Program:

The APTS D.Min. program focuses on issues facing Pentecostal/Charismatic ministries in Asia today. It is structured as a three-year program consisting of two years of part-time course work (24 credits) and a one-year research project (6 credits). This structure allows students to continue in full-time ministry while pursuing their degree. Participants come to the APTS campus twice each year (four weeks each time) for two years to complete their course work. The D.Min. program requires a total of 30 credit hours comprised of 8 core courses and a final research project. The maximum time for completing the program is five years.

 

Core Courses (3 credits each)
DMN 811 Pentecostal Spirituality and Ministry3
DMN 822 Contemporary Asian Pentecostal/Charismatic Issues3
DMN 855 Leadership in the 21st Century3
DMN 877 Contemporary Issues in Pentecostal Missions3
DMN 888 Research Project Seminar3
Electives (3 credits each, select three courses)
DMN 812 Contemporary Pentecostal Ministry in the Urban Context3
DMN 813 Pentecostal Holistic Ministry3
DMN 814 Issues in Church Planting and Development3
DMN 815 New Testament Relationships3
DMN 824 Signs and Wonders in Ministry3
DMN 833 Advanced Pentecostal/Charismatic Preaching3
DMN 844 Pastoral Care and Counseling3
DMN 867 Educational and Discipleship Ministries of the Church3
Research Project
DMN 899 Research Project6

 

The PhD is a graduate level program designed to provide quality education and training in interest areas of the candidate’s current ministry or future ministry goals. The candidate demonstrates the ability to conduct independent research and organize the data on his or her own initiative. The program aims to enhance the candidate’s personal growth toward maturity and professional competence in the practice of ministry and to prepare gifted scholars and qualified ministers for teaching positions in seminaries and Bible colleges in Asia Pacific region. The PhD is the highest academic degree offered by APTS and is intended for individuals who are actively engaged in full-time Christian ministry.

 

The PhD program is structured as a research-based program. The applicant must do research in the fields of Education, Missions, Counseling, Theology or Biblical Studies; and write a dissertation. The duration is a minimum of three years and a maximum of five years to complete the dissertation without leaving the ministry. The program consists of research seminars, dissertation, and oral defense (three credit hours).

Global Missions Center Programs

This six-week program is offered from April to May and is intended to train Asians for missionary ministry. The program combines classroom instruction and hands- on practical experiences.The multi-cultural make-up of the student body enhances the cross-cultural aspect of the training. Up to nine credits may be obtained with APTS or students may opt to receive a transcript referencing courses at the undergraduate level for presentation to their own school.

Conducted for six weeks each year from April through May in cooperation with Global Initiatives and the Center for Ministry to Muslims (CMM) in the USA. Instructors are outstanding Islamic scholars and missionaries from around the world. Up to nine graduate credits may be obtained with APTS or students may opt to receive a transcript referencing courses at the undergraduate level for presentation to their own school.

The Asia Pacific Leadership Development Institute is one of the premier programs for leadership training in Asia and the Pacific. The Institute works in partnership with churches, ministries, and other missions and leadership organizations to enhance and advance emerging and established leaders in developing skills for effective leadership.

Major Goals:

  • To assess the characteristics and giftings of ministry leaders.
  • To provide a setting that encourages reflection and critique of leadership styles in a retreat atmosphere.
  • To develop a network of leaders who can interact for the purpose of mutual support, accountability, and encouragement.

A certificate of completion is granted to all participants who complete the program.

Graduate credit available for qualified participants for APTS at additional expenses and work requirements.

Typical topics: 

  • Biblical Leadership Principles
  • Mentoring Emerging Leaders
  • Purpose Driven Planning and Strategizing
  • Assessing the Leader and the Organization
  • Team Building in Leadership

Institute of Buddhist Studies is perhaps the only Christian institute dedicated to the combined study of Buddhism and strategic mission thinking.

Students come from a variety of nations with many actively serving in various parts of the Region in missions ministry. It is a powerful time of study, networking, and discovery as the students look to gain greater insight into one of the oldest and re-emerging religions of the world for the purpose of reaching out effectively to the many diverse and unreached Buddhist peoples.

This is normally an eight-week course and is based on four core modules.

Credits may be obtained with APTS or students may opt to receive transcript referencing courses at the undergraduate level for presentation to their school.

Asian Institute of Youth Studies (AIYS) is a joint program of Asia Pacific Campus Challenge (APCC) and APTS designed to see pentecostal youth workers raised up who can effectively maximize their efforts in reaching and discipling the more than 300 million high school and college-age youth in the region for Jesus Christ. This 10-day program will take place in Bangkok, Thailand as line with the APTS Mekong Initiatives.

Participants have stated that their burden and vision for the youth has greatly increased as they absorbed dynamic instruction from a team of Asian and western lecturers. Many sessions have ended with prayer and brokenness as students and staff seek God for His will to be worked in and through them.

Also, students are given opportunity to apply what they learn through discussions over meals and through campus prayerwalks sponsored by the institute.

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Mission: Internship Program (MIP) 

Mission: Internship Program (MIP) is a two-month learning experience for university students that will:

  • EXPOSE them to missionary life and ministry.
  • EDUCATE them to missiological principles & practices in Asia..
  • ENABLE them to experience & apply what they have learned in previous mission studies.
  • EQUIP them with missionary tools & resources for effective cross-cultural ministry..
  • EMPOWER them to participate & partner in fulfilling the Great Commission..
  • ENCOURAGE them toward a life-time of service & involvement in missions..

Students will be placed in teams and they will serve together with national & missionary leaders around the country. Ministries will include some of the following: evangelism, campus ministry, children's ministry, preaching, teaching, street outreach, medical ministry & more.

Depending on the level & desire of the student, MIP can be taken for 3-6 units of undergraduate or graduate credits through APTS or possibly through your local institution.

The program cost for attending MIP is $1,500. This includes all in-country transportation, food, lodging & materials. Travel to and from the Philippines & any airport costs are not included in this price, but MIP can help with travel recommendations.

In keeping with its mission to provide education opportunities of the highest quality for Asia's Christian church leaders, Asia Pacific Theological Seminary is offering an intensive English language course at our Baguio campus.

Students from Asia Pacific countries where English is not commonly used who are planning to further their English skills for ministry in the future are encouraged to apply. We strongly encourage our students to live on the APTS campus during the program to take advantage of being immersed in an English speaking community.

This program aims to empower national leadership with a greater focus on the need to prioritize and reach the children of their nations. Nearly half of the world’s population is under the age of 20, thus children are the largest people group to be reached.“He is not willing that ANY of these little ones perish”. Matthew 18:14.

Topics for CMI include the following: the theology of reaching children, salvation of children, Spirit filled children, children equipped for ministry, best practices, impacting Muslim children, children at risk, creative access options, etc. The guiding force of this institute is that every child will be a Christ follower, Spirit filled, and equipped and commissioned into His service.

Institute for Church Action on Poverty Studies (ICAPS) is an intensive training that provides biblical foundations, contextual models, and innovative approaches and skills on how to address the multi images of poverty and the empowerment of local churches toward the building of a just and caring society. ICAPS is a training program that empowers community development workers, NGOs, and church planters in assisting them to develop a contextual approach of ministry toward the transformation of individual and communities.

AIMM is a partnership program developed to train young leaders in using media for their ministries.

Topics Include:

• Growing Your Church Using Media

• Video Production for Telling Stories

• Social Media for Witness & Discipleship

• Launching Your Own Print Publication

Distance Learning

The Extension Program plays an important role in the goal of APTS to offer a world-class ministerial and theological graduate education to Assemblies of God students in Asia Pacific. It allows students throughout Asia and the Pacific to receive their graduate education without leaving their home countries. This means they do not have to withdraw from their ministry for one to three years in order to get their education. This also alleviates the travel and living expenses which would be incurred by coming to the Baguio campus.

SITEDATECOURSE
AMERICAN SAMOA
(M.A. Ministry)
Oct. 22 - Nov. 22, 2018Foundations for Ministry

SITEDATECOURSE
MANILA, PHILIPPINES
(M.A. Ministry)
  

SITEDATECOURSE
BANGKOK, THAILAND
(M.A. Ministry; M.A. Intercultural Studies)
  

SITEDATECOURSE
SUVA, FIJI
(M.A. Ministry)
May 7 - 19, 2018Prespective in Pentecostalism
May 7 - 19, 2018Pastoral Counseling
July 9 - 20, 2018Foundation of Leadership & Management

SITEDATECOURSE
SAMOA
(M.A. Ministry, M. Div.)
June 11 - 22, 2018Old Testament Introduction
July 16 - 27, 2018Perspectives in World Missions

SITEDATECOURSE
PAPUA NEW GUINEA
(M.A. Ministry)
  

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