2019-2020 Academic Catalog & Student Handbooks 
    
    Oct 24, 2019  
2019-2020 Academic Catalog & Student Handbooks

Christian Leadership & Ministry, B. S.


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DESCRIPTION OF THE CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP & MINISTRY MAJOR.  A Bachelor of Science major designed to prepare students with the tools needed to expand the influence of Christ in the church, the community, and the workplace.  This program offers the opportunity to complete a bachelor’s degree for active Christian service, while gaining valuable leadership training to benefit students themselves, their churches, and their organizations.  This comprehensive major includes training in ministry, missions, counseling, and leadership skills. No minor is required for Christian Leadership & Ministry students.

STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR THE CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP & MINISTRY MAJOR.  The student learning outcomes for Christian Leadership & Ministry are comparable to those of Intercultural Studies and Biblical/Theological Studies majors:

  • Demonstrate competence in Bible knowledge; biblical literacy, including historical, contextual, and literary parameters; and principles of biblical interpretation.
  • Demonstrate competence in Church history/theology knowledge, including the historic doctrines of the Christian faith and the people, events, and ideas that have shaped the Christian church.
  • Demonstrate competence in knowledge of the basic parameters of Christian worldview, and the integration of Christian faith with daily living and academic learning.
  • Demonstrate competence in written communication, oral communication, and critical thinking skills.
  • Demonstrate competence in Christian ministry, service, and leadership skills.
  • Demonstrate competence in intercultural knowledge and adaptative skills.

University Core and General Education Electives


University of Mobile’s undergraduate program is comprised of the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Health Professions, Alabama College for Professional and Continuing Studies, Alabama School of the Arts, School of Business, School of Christian Studies, and School of Education. All University of Mobile undergraduate students are required to complete certain basic courses that apply uniformly to the Bachelor of Arts degree, the Bachelor of Business Administration degree, the Bachelor of Science degree, the Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and the Bachelor of Music degree unless otherwise noted. These are identified as basic course (general education) requirements. 

Requirements (Please see NOTES section below)


*Notes:


  1. Consult with your College/School advisor for specific and/or additional requirements relating to general education courses. For example, COM 101  is required for business, Christian studies, and education majors and teacher certification students. MA 110  is required for all majors in the School of Business. Education majors and teacher certification students have very specific requirements, particularly regarding English, Mathematics, History, and Laboratory Sciences.
  2. FS 100 Freshman Seminar (1 semester hour) is required for freshmen only. 
  3. Students earning a Bachelor of Arts degree must also complete twelve semester hours of a foreign language. See specific requirements in the World Languages section of the catalog.
  4. Students earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Studio Art, or Graphic Design must also complete six semester hours of a foreign language.
  5. Students earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in English, Creative Writing must also complete twelve semester hours of a foreign language.
  6. Students earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Management must also complete PSY 201 .  Students earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing must also complete AR 226 .

 

The B.S, Major in Christian Leadership & Ministry will include


Additional Electives (29 hours)


Total Semester Hours in the Major Field of Study and General Electives: Seventy-Seven


TOTAL PROGRAM 123 HOURS


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