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    Ministry

    Ministry Practical Studies - The courses and degrees in Church Ministry and Missions are designed to serve the educational and vocational guidance needs of those planning church-related careers as pastors, ministers of education, ministers of youth, other local staff members, missionaries, social workers, denominational personnel, counselors, or other Christian ministers. The courses in Church Ministry and Missions are intended to provide foundational preparation for those presently serving churches and those who plan to do further study in graduate theological education. HSU students are invited to strengthen their Christian leadership potential by selecting courses as electives.

    Courses in Church Ministry (MNST)
    2099 (1-4 hours credit) Special Topics 3380 Introduction to Youth Ministry
    3300 Principles of Preaching 3382 Youth Ministry Field Education
    3301 Spiritual Formation and Discipleship 3390 Introduction to Hospital Ministry
    3341 Work of the Minister 4099 (1-4 hours credit) Special Topics
    3343 Introduction to Evangelism 4342 Advanced Preaching
    3344 Pastoral Ministry Field Education 4364 Church Administration
    3361 Foundations of Christian Education 4366 Current Issues in Youth Ministry
    3362 Education Ministry Field Education 4370 Christian Worship
    3364 Principles of Education in the Church
     
    Courses in Missions (MISS)
    3301 Biblical Basis for Missions 4120 Missionary Lifestyle
    3305 Missions Anthropology 4121 Missions Methodology
    3311 Mission Strategy 4311 History of Missions
    3344 Field Education in Missions 4099 (1-4 hours credit) Special Topics

    Logsdon School Foundation Courses - For all majors in the Logsdon School, the following foundational courses are required in addition to those of the major : BIBL 2331, THEO 2101, 4323, and CHST 4353. BIBL 1301 and 1302 are also taken to satisfy the HSU core. Grades in these courses impact the grade point average of the major.

    For more information about Bachelors Degree Programs, contact:

    Dr. Larry R. McGraw
    Logsdon School of Theology
    HSU Box 16235
    Abilene, Texas 79698-6235
    TEL: 325-670-1268
    E-mail: mcgraw@hsutx.edu

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