Part time Master's Degree in Humanities and Social Sciences in Texas in USA

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Humanities and Social Sciences

In order to successfully obtain a Masters qualification, you will need to obtain a number of credits by passing individual modules. Most taught Masters will have a number of core modules which you must take and pass in order to obtain the qualification. The assessment of research Masters is almost always entirely by a single dissertation module or project.

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Master of Divinity | Concentration in Messianic Jewish Studies

The King's University
Campus 78 hours September 2017 USA Southlake

This concentration seeks to: Prepare men and women for Messianic Jewish ministry; Provide a knowledge of Scripture and the tools and methods to interpret Scripture; [+]

Part time Masters in Humanities and Social Sciences in Texas in USA. Program Objectives This concentration seeks to: Prepare men and women for Messianic Jewish ministry; Provide a knowledge of Scripture and the tools and methods to interpret Scripture; Provide a knowledge of Judaism and Christianity and the relationship between these religious traditions; Provide a knowledge of Messianic Jewish history, theology and practice; Equip students with practical ministry skills in the areas of Messianic Jewish leadership, teaching, preaching, worship, counseling, and administration; Assist students in developing a theology of Messianic Jewish ministry; Develop practical ministry skills through supervised Messianic Jewish ministry experiences; and Encourage students to develop their unique spiritual gifts and to integrate these gifts into their theological studies and Messianic Jewish ministry. Learning Outcomes Upon completion of this concentration, students will be able to: Demonstrate the ability to interpret and properly apply biblical texts using sound hermeneutical principles and exegetical methods; Demonstrate a knowledge of the heritage and traditions of the Synagogue and the Church; Demonstrate a knowledge of Messianic Jewish history, theology and practice; Articulate a biblically-based theology of Messianic Jewish ministry that is Spirit-led and informed by the calling of Israel and the Body of Messiah; Integrate biblical and theological knowledge with Messianic Jewish ministry; Communicate the knowledge of who God is and what He has done clearly, accurately, and with love and respect; and Articulate knowledge of and show ability to participate in Messianic Jewish ministry. Prerequisites *In addition to the MDIV – Concentration in MJS Degree requirements, the following courses must be completed, unless previously satisfied at the undergraduate level, therefore increasing the degree requirement to 87 semester hours. BIBL 1301 Old Testament Studies – 3 hours BIBL 1302 New Testament Studies – 3 hours BIBL 2301 Biblical Background and Interpretation – 3 hours [-]

Master of Practical Theology | Concentration in Messianic Jewish Studies

The King's University
Campus 48 hours September 2017 USA Southlake

This concentration seeks to: Prepare men and women for Messianic Jewish ministry within the local congregation and in the wider movement; [+]

Program Objectives This concentration seeks to: Prepare men and women for Messianic Jewish ministry within the local congregation and in the wider movement; Equip students with the theories and practical skills necessary to serve effectively in Messianic Jewish ministry; Increase biblical and theological understanding from a Messianic Jewish perspective; Provide professional training that is informed by the ministry of the Ruach (Spirit); and Develop practical ministry skills through supervised Messianic Jewish ministry experiences. Learning Outcomes Upon completing this concentration, students will be able to: Demonstrate a knowledge of Scripture and the ability to use hermeneutical and exegetical principles to interpret and apply the Word of God in life and ministry; Demonstrate a knowledge of the heritage and traditions of Messianic Judaism; Articulate a biblical theology of Messianic Jewish ministry; Integrate biblical and theological knowledge with Messianic Jewish ministry; and Communicate the knowledge of who Yeshua is and what He has done in a way that is clear, accurate, authentically Jewish and with love and respect. [-]

Master of Practical Theology

The King's University
Campus 48 hours September 2017 USA Southlake

The MPT degree program seeks to Prepare men and women for specialized ministry within the local church, church related agencies, and the community; [+]

Part time Masters in Humanities and Social Sciences in Texas in USA. Program Objectives The MPT degree program seeks to: Prepare men and women for specialized ministry within the local church, church related agencies, and the community; Equip students with the theories and practical skills necessary to perform effectively the ministry to which they are called; Increase biblical and theological understanding necessary to undergird these specialized ministries; Provide professional training that is enjoined by the ministry of the Holy Spirit; and Provide supervised ministry training for those entering specialized ministries. Learning Outcomes Upon completion of The MPT, students will be able to: Demonstrate knowledge of Scripture and the ability to properly use hermeneutical and exegetical principles to interpret and apply the Word of God in life and ministry; Survey the heritage and traditions of the Church and the Pentecostal/Charismatic Movements; Articulate a biblical theology of ministry for the student’s focused area of ministry; Integrate biblical and theological knowledge in the specialized area of ministry studied; and Communicate the gospel clearly and effectively. [-]

Master of Marriage and Family Therapy

The King's University
Campus 60 hours September 2017 USA Southlake

This degree seeks to Prepare students to ethically counsel individuals, couples, and families from a systemic perspective; [+]

Program Objectives This degree seeks to: Prepare students to ethically counsel individuals, couples, and families from a systemic perspective; Equip students with self-awareness, global-awareness, and spiritual-awareness in order to prepare them to become effective clinicians; Prepare students to read, interpret, and conduct empirically based research; and Provide students with adequate understanding of various aspects of the mental health field including various levels of care. Learning Outcomes Upon completion of this degree, students will be able to: Integrate empirically-based systemic treatment methods with a Christian worldview; Develop an ethical and legal understanding of the counseling field of practice; Develop the skills necessary to assess, diagnose and treat individuals, married couples, and families from a diverse background with a wide range of presenting problems; Critically analyze counseling theories from a biblical worldview. Please Note: The Master’s of Marriage and Family Therapy degree is only offered at the Southlake, TX campus. [-]

Master of Divinity

The King's University
Campus 78 hours September 2017 USA Southlake

The MDiv degree program seeks to: Prepare men and women for ministry within their own particular communities of faith and cultures; [+]

Part time Masters in Humanities and Social Sciences in Texas in USA. Program Objectives The MDiv degree program seeks to: Prepare men and women for ministry within their own particular communities of faith and cultures; Provide students with knowledge of Scripture and the tools and methods to interpret Scripture; Equip candidates with practical ministry skills in leadership, preaching, worship, teaching, care-giving, and administration. Assist students in developing a theology of ministry that is relevant to the context of their calling; Develop practical ministry skills through supervised ministry experiences; Encourage students to develop their unique spiritual gifts and to integrate these gifts into their theological studies and ministries. Learning Outcomes Upon completion of The MDiv degree, students will be able to: Demonstrate the ability to interpret and properly apply biblical texts using sound hermeneutical principles and exegetical methods; Demonstrate a knowledge of the heritage, traditions, and practices of the Church; Articulate a biblically-based theology of ministry based on knowledge of the nature and mission of the Church; Integrate biblical and theological knowledge with the practices of ministry; Communicate God’s truth clearly, accurately, and convincingly to a single individual or a community; Articulate knowledge of and show ability to do the basic tasks of ministry. Prerequisites *In addition to the MDIV Degree requirements, the following courses must be completed, unless previously satisfied at the undergraduate level, therefore increasing the degree requirement to 87 semester hours. BIBL 1301 Old Testament Studies – 3 hours BIBL 1302 New Testament Studies – 3 hours BIBL 2301 Biblical Background and Interpretation – 3 hours [-]

Masters in Psychology

University of Houston - Clear Lake
Campus September 2017 USA Houston

The graduate program in Psychology leads to the Master of Arts Degree. All aspects of the degree are guided by the suggested curricula of the American Psychological Association and developed by our faculty for optimum learning in the classroom, laboratory, and applied settings. The program is a vehicle for advanced study of human behavior. [+]

The graduate program in Psychology leads to the Master of Arts Degree. All aspects of the degree are guided by the suggested curricula of the American Psychological Association and developed by our faculty for optimum learning in the classroom, laboratory, and applied settings. The program is a vehicle for advanced study of human behavior. Course work is taken primarily in psychology, but with faculty permission appropriate course work in the behavioral sciences may be allowed. Applicants should have strong undergraduate preparation in the Behavioral Sciences; those without a strong course background in Psychology may be required to take additional undergraduate course work at UHCL. The MA in Psychology requires 36 hours with a thesis or project, or 39 hours with the internship. The internship option can be used by, for example, by students wishing to teach at the community college level, managing human services agencies or research studies, or working in student services. This program does not prepare students to be qualified as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). Program Requirements The course requirements can be found in the second half of the Psychology MA catalog entry. Concentrations A master's degree in General Psychology can further prepare students for working in human or government services. This degree will also prepare students for jobs that require technical skills in behavioral research and statistics. Students can also meet requirements to teach psychology to undergraduates. Students have the option to specialize in their graduate degree with concentrations in: Applied Cognitive Psychology (Human Factors) Applied Social Issues Behavioral Neuroscience Admission: Applying to the Program Applicants must complete a university Application for Admission and forward it and all required fees and documents to the university Office of Admissions. Forms and instructions may be requested from the UHCL Office of Admissions as listed below. The university application should be completed as early as possible before the admissions deadline to allow adequate time for the Office of Admissions to process the application and evaluate transcripts. Admission: Requirements Fall 2015 - 3.0 gpa over the last 60 hours and all applicants must submit GRE scores. IF the gpa is less than 3.0, a formula is run: (gpa over the last 60 hours) x 24 + Verbal Score + Quantitative Score >350 Spring 2016 - All applicants must submit GRE scores of at least 280 (total of Verbal Scores and Quantitative Scores) to the university following the standard reporting procedure. A minimum of a 3.0 cumulative grade point average (gpa) in the last 60 hours of course work is also required. In order to have adequate time to review applicants' material, the Application for Admission, transcripts for all prior coursework and GRE scores must be received by the Office of Admissions according to the following deadlines: Fall Enrollment - August 1 Spring Enrollment - December 1 Summer Enrollment - May 1 [-]

Master in Liberal Arts

University of St. Thomas
Campus Part time 2 - 4 years Open Enrollment USA Houston

The Master in Liberal Arts degree at the University of St. Thomas is an interdisciplinary graduate degree that offers you choice, freedom and flexibility. [+]

The Master in Liberal Arts degree is an interdisciplinary graduate degree that offers you choice, freedom and flexibility. Choose from 18 different areas of study to customize a degree program that fits your interests and goals.

Choice – Freedom – FlexibilityThe 36-credit-hour Master in Liberal Arts (MLA) program appeals to a diverse group of students who seek professional advancement, admission into doctoral programs or personal enrichment. We offer conveniently scheduled classes. Enhance your degree through study abroad and internship opportunities.

Areas of Concentration

Applied Music Art History Catholic Studies Communication Drama English French General Psychology History International Studies Irish Studies Interdisciplinary Studies Medieval Studies Philosophy Political Science Russian Studies Spanish Social Justice Studies Theology ... [-]

Master in Industrial-Organization Psychology (M.A./M.S.)

St.Mary's University
Campus September 2017 USA San Antonio

Students may earn either a Master of Arts or Master of Science Degree in Industrial-Organizational Psychology. Non-thesis students earn a Master of Arts and thesis students earn a Master of Science degree. [+]

Students may earn either a Master of Arts or Master of Science Degree in Industrial-Organizational Psychology. Non-thesis students earn a Master of Arts and thesis students earn a Master of Science degree. Both programs require the completion of 40 semester hours in order to graduate. All students enter the Psychology Graduate Program under the Master of Arts option. Individuals may transfer to the Master of Science option after 15-18 hours of graduate credit, if recommended by the graduate faculty in Psychology and approved by the graduate Council of the Graduate School. A minimum grade of B- must be earned in all required courses. The programs are designed to develop general competence in Psychology, a behavioral science, and to prepare students for advanced academic studies, research, or industrial careers. [-]

Master of Divinity Standard

Criswell College
Campus September 2017 USA Dallas

The goal of the Master of Divinity degree is to provide students with a biblical and theological foundation that can equip them to serve in any context of vocational ministry. [+]

Part time Masters in Humanities and Social Sciences in Texas in USA. The goal of the Master of Divinity degree is to provide students with a biblical and theological foundation that can equip them to serve in any context of vocational ministry. We strive to achieve this objective by ensuring that the curriculum provides students with the combined components of a Christian worldview as well as distinctly Baptist convictions. Specifically then, students who graduate from this program will be prepared for activity in future venues such as the pastorate, chaplaincy, missions, or education. Minimum Degree Requirements (90 Hours) Biblical Studies And Langauges (39 Hours) BIB 501 Bible Introduction BIB 505 Biblical Hermeneutics GRK 501 Greek I GRK 502 Greek II HEB 501 Hebrew I HEB 502 Hebrew II NTS 501 New Testament Introduction I NTS 601 New Testament Introduction II OTS 501 Old Testament Introduction I OTS 601 Old Testament Introduction II One of the following: GRK 610 Greek Reading* GRK 620 Greek Exegetical Syntax I One of the following: HEB 610 Hebrew Reading* HEB 620 Hebrew Exegetical Method I *Greek/Hebrew Reading and Exegesis courses may be repeated for different bible books One of the following: NTS 510 New Testament Intensive OTS 510 Old Testament Intensive Theology/Philosophy Studies (24 Hours) PHI 502 Philosophy of Religion THS 504 Spiritual Foundations THS 510 Systematic Theology I THS 515 Systematic Theology II THS 550 Theology Intensive THS 603 Church History THS 604 Baptist History and Distinctives THS 635 Prolegomena and Theological Method Ministry Studies (15 Hours) EMS 501 Personal Evangelism EMS 510 Evangelism in the Early Church MIN 501 Preparation of Expository Sermons MIN 502 Delivery of Expository Sermons One of the following: CSL 510 Social, Cultural, and Family Issues EMS 550 History and Theology of Missions MIN 505 Christian Leadership THS 610 Theology of Leadership Practicum Studies (3 Hours) - MIN 715 Ministry Practicum Open Electives (9 Hours) Applied Studies AMP 500 Applied Missions Project (No Credit – Required Every Semester) RES 601 Library Research Seminar (No Credit – Required Seminar) [-]