2020–2021

Graduate Courses

Course Listing

SYTH 500: Systematic Theology

An investigation of the themes that comprise Christian theology. Focuses on theology as a coherent discipline, with immediate application to life and service. Topics include: Revelation, God, Man, Sin, Christ, Salvation, Holy Spirit, Church, Last Things, and Angelology. Ultimately the goal of this course is to enhance worship, personal conviction, and ministry. Read more about course objectives and assignments.

  • 3 credits

SYTH 510: Wesleyan-Arminian Theology

Wesleyan-Arminian Theology is a systematic study of Arminius and Reformed theology and its appropriation and development in the Wesleyan tradition. The major themes include sin, grace, free will, and salvation.

  • 3 credits

SYTH 518: Doctrine of Prevenient Grace

An investigation of the Christian doctrine of prevenient grace. Focuses on developing a systematic theology of prevenient grace from Scripture, Christian history, and Christian philosophy. Topics include God’s gracious nature, human sinfulness, Christ’s atonement, human free will, the nature of faith, and grace in Christian mission. The goal of this course is to enhance our appreciation for God’s nature and His universal provision of salvation.

  • 3 credits

SYTH 520: Ecclesiology

A systematic study of the doctrine of the Church grounded in the Trinitarian nature and life of God. Ecclesiology fits within the larger doctrinal theme of the Kingdom of God and observes specifically how God’s mission is being fulfilled through His saving reign in the Church. Read more about course objectives and assignments.

  • 3 credits

Course Listing

SYTH 500: Systematic Theology

An investigation of the themes that comprise Christian theology. Focuses on theology as a coherent discipline, with immediate application to life and service. Topics include: Revelation, God, Man, Sin, Christ, Salvation, Holy Spirit, Church, Last Things, and Angelology. Ultimately the goal of this course is to enhance worship, personal conviction, and ministry. Read more about course objectives and assignments.

  • 3 credits

SYTH 510: Wesleyan-Arminian Theology

Wesleyan-Arminian Theology is a systematic study of Arminius and Reformed theology and its appropriation and development in the Wesleyan tradition. The major themes include sin, grace, free will, and salvation.

  • 3 credits

SYTH 518: Doctrine of Prevenient Grace

An investigation of the Christian doctrine of prevenient grace. Focuses on developing a systematic theology of prevenient grace from Scripture, Christian history, and Christian philosophy. Topics include God’s gracious nature, human sinfulness, Christ’s atonement, human free will, the nature of faith, and grace in Christian mission. The goal of this course is to enhance our appreciation for God’s nature and His universal provision of salvation.

  • 3 credits

SYTH 520: Ecclesiology

A systematic study of the doctrine of the Church grounded in the Trinitarian nature and life of God. Ecclesiology fits within the larger doctrinal theme of the Kingdom of God and observes specifically how God’s mission is being fulfilled through His saving reign in the Church. Read more about course objectives and assignments.

  • 3 credits

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Bible & Theology Core

General Education Core

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