Doctor of Applied Theology

The D.A.T. degree is the final step in a series of study leading to this doctoral degree. The first step is the Bachelor of Theological Studies, the second step is the Master of Theological Studies, and the third step is the Doctor of Applied Theology. The D.A.T. is a program developed whereby the student continues to explore greater depths in Theology utilizing scientific methodologies.

PREREQUISITES

Prerequisite for enrolment in this program is an earned M.T.S. degree (60-credits) or its equivalent, with a Theology Major, from Bethany or an acceptable college.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

To receive this degree, the student must complete the following 40SH program:

Th-700 How To Write a Thesis Research
Th-701 Prolegomena, Bibliology, Theology Proper, and Christolog
Th-702 Angelology, Anthropology, and Hematology
Th-703 Soteriology
Th-704 Ecclesiology, Eschatology
Th-705-Christology
Th-706 Pneumatology
Th-708 Thesis (20,000 words)
Bi-601 Expositional Methods
Bi-602 Biblical Exposition ( Gen - Deut )
Bi-701 Biblical Exposition ( Matt - Mlk )
Ph-601 Advanced Apologetics I
Ph-602 Advanced Apologetics II

Total:

 

1 SH
3 SH
3 SH
3 SH
3 SH
3 SH
3 SH
6 SH
3 SH
3 SH
3 SH
3 SH
3 SH

40 SH

Theology (Th) courses required.

Upon Completion of the above program of study, having met all the requirements, the Doctor of Applied Theology degree will be conferred upon the student.