Associate of Arts in Christian Ministry (Korean Track)

Program Coordinator: Dr. Gregory Wilton

Degree Overview

The Associate of Arts (AA) in Christian Ministry (Korean Track) is a 60 credit hour degree.  A student may choose to take this degree in order to receive a basic level of education based upon the BA core of the BA in Christian Ministry (Korean Track) or to complete an intermediate degree which will allow one to continue work toward a bachelor's degree. The AA in Christian Ministry (Korean Track) consists of 51 hours of general education and Christian foundations as well as 9 hours of free electives. 

Program Requirements

General Education Core (21 hours)

COURSE

HOURS

Introduction to College and Vocation

3

Written Composition

3

Research and Writing

3

Math Elective:

Contemporary Math, Intro to Statistics,
College Algebra

3

Marriage and Family Issues

3

Critical Thinking

3

Survey of Church History 1 OR 2

3

Christian Foundation Core (30 hours)

COURSE

HOURS

Interpreting the Bible

3

Old Testament Survey

3

New Testament Survey

3

Christian Doctrine

3

Christian Apologetics

3

Introduction to Discipleship

3

Introduction to Evangelism

3

Introduction to Mission

3

Introduction to Counseling

3

Introduction to Worship

3

Free Electives (9 hours)

Total (60 hours)

AACM Program Goals

  • Train students to interpret and communicate the Bible accurately. (Biblical Interpretation)

  • Prepare students to serve, lead, and equip churches through pastoral, worship, and educational ministries. (Service and Leadership)

  • Train students to interpret and communicate theological and historical truth accurately. (Historical and Theological)

  • Equip students with the necessary General Education to prepare them for ministry in the local church. (General Education)

AACM Student Learning Outcomes

  • The graduate will interpret and communicate the Bible accurately.

  • The graduate will demonstrate the ability to serve, lead, and equip churches through pastoral, worship, and educational ministries.

  • The graduate will interpret and communicate theological and historical truth accurately.

  • The graduate will demonstrate the necessary General Education to prepare him or her for ministry in the local church.