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  • Program Handbooks and Guides | Wheaton
    TESOL Degree Formats Student Life Spiritual Life Housing and Dining International Student Life Student Employment Student Care Campus Spots and Events Campus Resources Academic Services Registrar Services Program Handbooks and Guides Wheaton College Graduate School Academic Services Program Handbooks and Guides Program Handbooks and Guides Menu Registrar Services Program Handbooks and Guides Masters thesis and doctoral dissertation services Psy D Technical Reader Tracking Sheet and Information PDF M A Thesis

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Graduate-School/Academic-Services/Program-Handbooks-and-Guides (2016-02-17)
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  • Bible, Theology, and Ministry Concentration | Wheaton
    Ministry Staff Students develop an integrated understanding of the biblical narrative biblical interpretations Christian theology and church history They also develop a ministry philosophy learn critical ministry skills and deepen their engagement with personal spiritual formation Program Requirements Requirements for the Christian Formation and Ministry CFM program leading to a Master of Arts degree consist of the successful completion of 42 semester hours an integrative seminar a ministry practicum and a capstone project Students pursuing the Bible Theology and Ministry concentration are required to take the 24 hours of core CFM courses plus an additional 18 hours see below Course Sequencing Chart Core Courses 24 CFM 512 Bible in Ministry 2 CFM 513 History Philosophy of Ministry 4 CFM 514 Ministry in Culture 2 CFM 516 Teaching for Transformation 4 CFM 517 Developmental Theory Spiritual Formation 2 CFM 518 Research Methods for Ministry 2 CFM 521 Personal Spiritual Formation 2 CFM 522 History and Traditions of Spiritual Formation 2 CFM 683 Integrative Seminar 0 CFM 691 Concentration Mentoring Group 0 CFM 693 Ministry Practicum 0 BITH 566 Foundations for Biblical Interpretation counts as TSR requirement 4 All graduate students are required to complete a theological studies requirement of 6 semester hours For CFM students in the Bible Theology and Ministry concentration this consists of CFM 512 plus BITH 566 Bible Theology and Ministry 18 Biblical Studies 4 BITH 566 Foundations for Biblical Interpretation TSR requirement 4 This class counts for both the core TSR Requirement and for the concentration requirements Theological Studies 4 Choose one 4 credit hour course or two 2 credit hour BITH 638 OT Theology 4 BITH 648 NT Theology 4 BITH 565 Christian Theology 4 BITH 567 Theology of the Church 2 BITH 561 Theological Anthropology 2 BITH 558 Theology of Luther Barth Augustine Aquinas etc

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  • Church and Parachurch Concentration | Wheaton
    The Church and Parachurch concentration is designed for those who are involved or interested in church and parachurch ministries in any setting Menu Bible Theology and Ministry Church and Parachurch Ministry Course Sequencing Charts Outdoor and Adventure Leadership Student Development Faculty Faculty Publications Alumni Perspectives Internships Final Project Guidelines The core courses of this program are relevant to all ministry contexts providing a solid foundation in biblical and theological reflection ministry philosophy practical skills and personal spiritual formation Beyond the core courses students can tailor much of the program to their unique needs and interests selecting a combination of courses that will best equip them for fruitful ministry Program Requirements Requirements for the Christian Formation and Ministry CFM program leading to a Master of Arts degree consist of the successful completion of 42 semester hours an integrative seminar a ministry practicum and a capstone project Students pursuing the Church and Parachurch concentration are required to take the 24 hours of core CFM courses plus an additional 18 hours see below Course Sequencing Chart Core Courses 24 CFM 512 Bible in Ministry 2 CFM 513 History Philosophy of Ministry 4 CFM 514 Ministry in Culture 2 CFM 516 Teaching for Transformation 4 CFM 517 Developmental Theory and Spiritual Formation 2 CFM 518 Research Methods for Ministry 2 CFM 521 Personal Spiritual Formation 2 CFM 522 History and Traditions of Spiritual Formation 2 CFM 683 Integrative Seminar 0 CFM 691 Concentration Mentoring Group 0 CFM 693 Ministry Practicum 0 All graduate students are required to complete a theological studies requirement of 6 semester hours For CFM students in the Church and Parachurch concentration this consists of CFM 512 plus another 4 elective hours Church and Parachurch Ministries 18 CFM 523 Ministry Leadership and Organizations 4 CFM 534 Care Counsel in Ministry 2

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Graduate-School/Degrees/CFM/Church-and-Parachurch-Ministry (2016-02-17)
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  • Outdoor and Adventure Leadership Concentration | Wheaton
    Costs for Financial Aid Scholarships BGC Scholarship Program Graduate Assistantships Loans Other Aid Options Degrees Biblical and Theological Studies Psychology Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy Christian Formation and Ministry Evangelism and Leadership Intercultural Studies Department Teaching TESOL Degree Formats Student Life Spiritual Life Housing and Dining International Student Life Student Employment Student Care Campus Spots and Events Campus Resources Academic Services Registrar Services Program Handbooks and Guides Wheaton College Graduate School Degrees Christian Formation and Ministry Outdoor and Adventure Leadership Outdoor and Adventure Leadership Concentration The Outdoor and Adventure Leadership concentration is designed for current camp ministry professionals as well as for those looking for excellent training to launch them into this career field Menu Bible Theology and Ministry Church and Parachurch Ministry Outdoor and Adventure Leadership Course Sequencing Chart Student Development Faculty Faculty Publications Alumni Perspectives Internships Final Project Guidelines Related Links About HoneyRock Wheaton College Graduate School Admissions OAL Concentration for M A in Christian Formation and Ministry This is a two year residential program in which students live and work at HoneyRock and have a crucial role in all aspects of the ministry More Graduate Admissions Ask your Admissions Counselor Submit your questions and we would

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  • Student Development Concentration | Wheaton
    752 7047 graduate admissions wheaton edu Related Links Graduate Assistantships Graduate Student Employment Building Christian Communities The Student Development concentration within the M A in Christian Formation degree will connect you to current research that will challenge you to think critically about collegiate learning form collaborative partnerships across the institution and develop a personal philosophy of student development within the higher education context Student Development Training The concentration offers students unique training for a variety of career settings Spiritual Development Student take courses focusing on spiritual development methods of discipleship College Ministry and Young Adult Ministry in order to be more equipped to guide students in the process of spiritual formation Each student is also part of a mentoring group in which they are guided in their own spiritual formation Internship and Practicum Opportunities Students are continually being trained both by theory and practice Internship opportunities are available through the Student Development Office Six new Graduate Resident Assistant GRA positions are open each year 12 total The GRA position places student in dorms or apartment complexes with student and Resident Advisor oversight These positions serve as great vocational preparation for careers in residence life and also provide opportunities to practice spiritual leadership Potential Careers The M A in Student Development prepares students for all kinds of university settings in residence life spiritual care and student activities Students have served all acrosse the country in a range of capacities including college resident directors chaplains or spiritual life directors at colleges or high schools and in student activities Program Requirements Requirements for the M A in Christian Formation and Ministry CFM degree consist of the successful completion of 42 semester hours a comprehensive examination and a capstone project or internship Students pursuing the Student Development concentration are required to take the 24

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  • Accelerated M.A. Application Information | Wheaton
    academic departments have additional admission requirements that apply to Accelerated M A students For example education majors must be accepted to WheTEP Wheaton Teacher Education Program Eight weeks prior to the completion of the bachelor degree a student must notify the Graduate Admissions Office their intention to continue as a graduate student after receiving the bachelor s degree If you do not confirm your intention to continue in the master s program you will not be able to pre register Checklist Online Graduate Short Application select Accelerated M A for enrollment plans Online Recommendation Form from a professor in your undergraduate major Official Transcript submit your latest official transcript we cannot request it from the Registrar Research Paper term paper that you ve written that includes references and footnotes it does not have to relate to the program you are applying to Online Application Create an account and apply online Creating an account will allow you to start an online application to a graduate degree and save your progress Send online recommendations from your Supplemental Items List More Steps to Apply Explore our M A degrees Speak with an Admissions Counselor Schedule your Graduate School visit Submit your application Classification A student s official classification remains as an undergraduate until the bachelor s degree is completed Academic Advisors The student s undergraduate advisor will continue to be the student s official advisor until the bachelor s degree is completed The student will be assigned a graduate advisor from their program s graduate department so the student will have two advisors at the same time Classes Credit Undergraduates can start taking graduate courses after completing 90 undergraduate hours Approval by the graduate adviser required for all graduate coursework taken Maximum graduate hours allowed before completing bachelor s 16 Accelerated M A

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  • Welcome to TowerTalks | Wheaton
    campus from wherever you are in the world Menu Related Links TowerTalks Schedule About Wheaton The Value of a Wheaton Education Strategic Priorities for Wheaton s Future Financial Aid Watch TowerTalks Watch the latest episode View the full schedule of upcoming TowerTalks View the TowerTalks archive Refer a Student Know a student who would be perfect for Wheaton Send us a referral More Apply Today More information on how to

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  • Conservatory of Music Faculty by Area | Wheaton
    Misook Kim Composition Music Theory Daniel Sommerville Orchestration Symphony Orchestra Conducting Shawn E Okpebholo Composition Music Theory Howard Whitaker Composition Music Theory Conducting Daniel Sommerville Conducting Symphony Orchestra Orchestration John William Trotter Conducting Concert Choir Timothy Yontz Conducting Music Education Symphonic Band Director of Music Education Digital Music Don Baddorf Digital Music Ensemble Directors Katie Ernst Jazz Ensemble Jazz Bass Daniel Sommerville Symphony Orchestra Conducting Orchestration Mary Hopper Women s Chorale Men s Glee Club Director of Performance Studies John William Trotter Concert Choir Conducting Kathleen Kastner Percussion Ensemble Percussion Music History Timothy Yontz Symphonic Band Conducting Music Education Director of Music Education Jazz James Davis Jazz Trumpet Brad Williams Jazz Piano Jazz Voice Katie Ernst Jazz Bass Jazz Ensemble Steve Ramsdell Jazz Guitar Keyboard Karin Redekopp Edwards Piano Daniel Paul Horn Piano Chair of Keyboard Area Aaron Stampfl Piano Matthew Gemmill Collaborative Coaching Cheryl Lim Piano Brad Williams Jazz Piano Jazz Voice Deborah Hollinger Piano Sung Hoon Mo Piano Edward Zimmerman Organ Harpsichord Director of Academic Studies Music Education Gina Yi Music Education Timothy Yontz Music Education Conducting Symphonic Band Director of Music Education Music History Johann Buis Music History Coordinator of Music History Area Kathleen Kastner Music History Percussion Percussion Ensemble Jonathan Saylor Music History Bassoon Chair of Wind Area Music Theory David M Gordon Music Theory Composition Coordinator of Music Theory Area Greg Wheatley Music Theory Misook Kim Music Theory Composition Howard Whitaker Composition Music Theory Shawn E Okpebholo Music Theory Composition Pedagogy Beth Bauer Pedagogy Internship Coordinator Percussion Michael Folker Percussion Kathleen Kastner Percussion Percussion Ensemble Music History Strings Andrew Anderson Bass Lee Joiner Violin Chair of String Area Faye Seeman Harp Linc Smelser Cello Paul Zafer Violin Katie Ernst Jazz Bass Jazz Ensemble Sharon Polifrone Chamber Music Jocelyn Shoulders Cello Julieanne Tehan String Techniques Rose

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