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THEO 6392 (3-3-0) Advanced Research in Christian Heritage (S-L)
This course introduces the student to advanced biblical and theological research. Exegetical, survey, descriptive, historical, and theological methods will be examined. The form and structure of literature reviews, book reviews, and research papers/theses will be studied. Course assignments enable scholarly investigation in an area of the student’s interest, relevant to the degree program purposes, with the end results of both a scholarly research document/presentation and application of scholarly research in a local ministry context.
This course contains a field-based service-learning component. Fall, Spring, Online.
Prerequisite: None. This is the capstone course for the MATS program and should be taken in the last year of the student's course progression.