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a.

understanding the importance of the social environment,

b.

establishing a positive environment for learning, and

c.

maintaining a positive environment for learning.

12.

Demonstrate an understanding of the professional, legal, and ethical obligations of the teaching profession,

including:

a.

taking responsibility for student academic learning outcomes,

b.

knowing and applying professional and ethical obligations, and

c.

knowing and applying legal obligations.

13.

Demonstrate the ability to grow professionally as a teacher, including:

a.

evaluating teaching practice and subject matter knowledge, and

b.

using reflection and feedback to improve teaching practice and subject matter knowledge.

Degree Completion Program

BIBLICAL COUNSELING, B.A.

1.

Biblically critique various secular and Christian approaches to counseling.

2.

Articulate a comprehensive logical, biblically-supported argument for the authority and sufficiency of the Bible

and the necessity of the gospel in counseling non-organic and interpersonal problems.

3.

Analyze counseling problems using a biblical conceptual framework

4.

Develop a counseling strategy applying a broad range of biblical passages to respond to common counseling

problems.

5.

Demonstrate question asking skills within a counseling context to discern the counselee's true motivations.

6.

Effectively communicate the principles of biblical edification and hope in a counseling situation.

CHRISTIAN MINISTRIES, B.A.

1.

Demonstrate the correct application of hermeneutical principles to develop an interpretation of a biblical text.

2.

Articulate a comprehensive logical, biblically-supported argument for the authority and sufficiency of the Bible

and the necessity of the gospel in counseling non-organic and interpersonal problems.

3.

Clearly articulate a biblical philosophy of ministry as it relates to the purpose of the Church.

4.

Describe and provide scriptural support for the basic principles of biblical anthropology.

5.

Explain the role of systematic theology in relation to other biblical disciplines (e.g., languages, exposition,

preaching, counseling).

6.

Identify the individuals who have shaped the development of historical theology, and describe the contributions

of each.

7.

Describe the key issues involved in the major theological controversies that have occurred in the Christian

community from Pentecost to present.

8.

Articulate the arguments for the existence of God.

9.

Effectively communicate biblical truths in individual conversations and group teaching settings.

ORGANIZATIONAL MANAGEMENT, B.A.

1.

Demonstrate, in a business management context, the ability to effectively communicate using both written and

oral skills.

2.

Demonstrate, in a business management context, the ability to work with others in task coordination and goal

achievement using a team approach.

3.

Demonstrate, in a business management context, the application of analytical and critical thinking.

4.

Demonstrate an overall ability to use in an integrated manner all aspects of organizational management practices

(including: business communication, management, finance, marketing, and human resources).