The Master's in Theology Online is a Bible-based program developed to address the need of those who want to have a deeper understanding of the Bible. If you are looking to attain an affordable degree that will train you to become a disciple maker and better serve God in your church, community, or in the mission field. Lucent University has the right program for you.
The goal of the Master's in Theology Online Program program is to equip men and women called to become a disciple maker. Those who successfully complete the program will be prepared to fully teach the basics truths of the Scriptures in the context God intended for His word to be shared. Also, the graduates will be equipped to make disciples more effectively and to fulfill the Great Commission as commanded by Jesus in Matthew 28:16-20. Upon the completion of the Degree, you will be equipped to:
Teach with authority
Evangelize with effectiveness
Understand the Scriptures
Grow your church
Defend the faith
Develop discipleship programs
Lucent University is breaking down the economic barriers to global Biblical studies by offering the Master's in Theology Online Program at an affordable cost to all nations. The tuition for each different country is determined by the Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) of the World Bank. Thus, the tuition price is based according to the country where the student lives. To check the monthly tuition for your country click here.
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Lucent University uses the most advanced educational system ever created to tech the Master's in Theology Program. You will enjoy your class watching videos recorded by the best professors with perfect image and sound. Also, all the assignments are automatically organized for you. To know more about our Learning Management System click here.
Click on the videos below to watch sample classes of the Master's in Theology Online Program. You will be amazed at the clarity, teaching styles, well-prepared content, and outstanding teaching abilities of our professors.
A Master's in Theology prepares students to lead, guide and teach their congregation through worship and education, provide spiritual leadership, guidance, and pastoral care to the members of their church. Also, you can provide their community with spiritual and religious support through public speaking and weekly servicers. Graduates with a Master's in Theology can develop a career as:
The professors that teach the Certificate Course in Ministry Online Program hold advanced degrees from the most prestigious Bible Colleges, Seminaries, and Universities in the world including Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Dallas Theological Seminary, Dallas Baptist University, and Gateway Seminary. Lucent selects professors based on their faithfulness to the Scriptures, their academic background, lifetime achievements, and their talent to deliver dynamic classes.
The Master's in Theology Online program has a total of 60 credit hours divided into 4 terms of 15 credit hours. Each term lasts approximately 6 months and is comprised of 3 courses. Each course includes video classes, video resources, reading, exams, writing projects, and interactions with Professors. Students may request to transfer credits from other institutions. Below you will find the list of the courses we offer in the program (course offer may vary). Click on the course title to view the description of each discipline.
The course was developed for the Master's in Theology Program to provide an overview of the structure and usage of Modern English. The material covered in the course will provide basic knowledge of the form and function of Modern English and will be relevant to future courses in English composition. Topics include but are not limited to basic word structure, classification of words into what is traditionally known as ‘parts of speech’, description and analysis of various types of phrase structure and sentence structure, prescriptive verses, descriptive approaches to grammar, stylistic and dialectal variation in English syntax and grammaticalization and language change.
The course was developed for the Master's in Theology program as a survey of environmental, cultural, and social issues which add perspective to biblical interpretation. An introduction to the serious study of the Bible in its historical, cultural, and literary context. The course emphasizes the essential content, structure, and theological message of the Bible.
The Greek Bible Exegesis course was designed for the Master's in Theology program to allow you to be able to read and understand the basics of the Greek Bible using online tools, such as online lexicons, interlinears, and commentaries. When you complete the course, you will be able to better understand the Bible originals and apply this knowledge in your studies, devotional life, and sharing of the Word.
The Apologetics course was designed for the Master's in Theology program to equip you to present a rational defense of the Christian faith, to see Jesus in all his beauty and brilliance, and to winsomely point others to Jesus (and the gospel) as our greatest need. Topics we will explore include the existence and nature of God, the relationship between science and religion, the problem of pain and hell, religious pluralism, the nature of truth, religious exclusivity, the trustworthiness of the Bible, the historicity of the resurrection, and various cultural issues.
The course was developed for the Master's in Theology program for students to become acquainted with the following: some of the important literature in the field, especially with respect to the various approaches to doing a theology of the New Testament; The Existence of God, The Nature of God - relationship of biblical interpretation to a method of doing biblical theology; the theological relationship of the Old Testament to the New Testament - The Messianic Prophecies; the integral relationship of New Testament theology to the ideas of the kingdom, The Great Commission, from Matthew to Acts.
The English Composition course was developed for the Master's in Theology program to improve your ability to communicate in everyday situations in writing or speaking. Another focus of the programs is to lower the risk of others misunderstanding us. By studying the principles of communication, this course emphasizes the need for clarity and precision in written and spoken communication so that our audience may comprehend, and thus respond to, the content we present.
The Church History 1 course was developed for the Master's in Theology program to introduce the student to some of the most significant events in early Christianity and how these early events led to Christianity to the Modern Era. The major traditions, practices, policies, and movements will be presented and how those events led to spiritual decline or revival. The course will cover the period of the early church up to the fall of the Roman Empire.
The Biblical Greek 1 course was developed for the Master's in Theology program to help you study the New Testament in its original language. The course will introduce you to the vocabulary and grammar of Greek.
The course was developed for the Master's in Theology program to with the goal make the student acquainted with the following: some of the important literature in the field, especially with respect to the various approaches to doing a theology of the New Testament; The Existence of God, The Nature of God - relationship of biblical interpretation to a method of doing biblical theology; the theological relationship of the Old Testament to the New Testament - The Messianic Prophecies; the integral relationship of New Testament theology to the ideas of the kingdom, The Great Commission, from Romans to Revelation.
The Systematic Theology 1 course was designed for the Master's in Theology program to introduce the doctrines of Scriptures, God, Humanity, Race, Salvation, Grace, Commandment, Church, Kingdom, Last Things, Eternity, and Stewardship. featuring a strong emphasis on the scriptural basis for each doctrine. The course emphasis is designed to enhance your life and ministry by focusing on articulating the Biblical Christian faith through systematic study of the Scriptures.
The Hermeneutics course was developed for the Master's in Theology program to enhance ministry by helping students to advance in their understanding and practice of a proper approach to the application of Scripture. You will be equipped to better understand the Bible and to handle it with confidence. Pastors and ministers will also be better equipped to preach / teach from the Bible with greater accuracy.
The Hebrew Bible Exegesis course was designed for the Bachelor's Degree in Ministry Online Program to allow you to be able to read and understand the basics of the Hebrew Bible using online tools, such as online lexicons, interlinears, and commentaries. When you complete the course, you will be able to better understand the Bible originals and apply this knowledge in your studies, devotional life, and ministry.
The course was developed for the Master's in Theology program as an introduction to the entire Old Testament, employing thematic and exegetical methods. Literary structure, historical background, and parallel passages are also utilized to discover the unique and priceless lessons of each book. This survey covers Genesis through I and II Samuel.
The Systematic Theology 2 course was designed for the Master's in Theology program to present the arguments against adding tradition, philosophy, culture, or external revelations to the content of the Scriptures. The course will also serve as an introduction to reasoning and will compare liberal theology with the teachings of the Scriptures.
The course Theology of Miracles was designed for the Master's in Theology program to provide you the understanding of how and when the spiritual world intervenes in the material world. The discipline will present the major miracles of the Bible and why God chose to allow them to happen. The issue of good and evil will also be presented and the question of answering prayer will also be examined.
The Biblical Hebrew 1 course was developed for the Master's in Theology program to help you study the Old Testament in its original language. The course will introduce you to the vocabulary and grammar of classical Hebrew.
The Biblical Archeology course was developed for the Master's in Theology program to integrate both ancient material culture and epigraphic finds with study of the Bible, being an indispensable tool because it provides cultural, historical, social, religious, and linguistic information that sheds light on the context of biblical passages.
The Biblical Geography and Chronology course was designed for the Master's in Theology program to give you a systematic overview of the major occurrences of the Old and New Testament giving you a clear picture of where and when these events happened.
The Old Testament Theology 2 course was developed for the Master's in Theology program as a survey of the Old Testament, employing thematic and exegetical methods. The historical background of each book will be presented according to its chronology and its role pointing to the coming of the Messiah. This survey will cover the books of 1st. Kings through Malachi.
The Theology of Forgiveness course was designed for the Master's in Theology program to introduce you to the dynamics of forgiveness and reconciliation from a theological and psychological perspective. The discipline will present you with the need of forgiveness for salvation of the soul and well-being of the mind. The topics will cover from the atonement as presented in the Old Testament to the modern studies of the psychological effects not forgiving others. The course will also teach how you can present to others the doctrine of forgiveness to in evangelism and in church sanctification.
To enroll in the Master's in Theology Online Program the candidate must have a Bachelor degree or an equivalent postsecondary diploma. Candidates that have English as their native language are exempt from taking the Test of English Comprehension (TEC).
Non-native speakers must take the TEC. The TEC is free of charge. The test has a total of 100 multiple choice questions. The candidate has 90 minutes to complete the test. In order to be approved to the Master's in Theology Online, a minimum of 70% correct answers is required.
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STEP 1. Fill out the enrollment form and select the Master's in Theology program. After submitting the enrollment form you will receive a WELCOME EMAIL with instructions on how to set up your password.
STEP 2. After you set up your password you will take the free Test of English Comprehension (TEC). After completing the TEC, you will receive instructions on how to pay for your tuition. Those who have English as their first language are exempt from taking the TEC and will receive a welcome email with instructions to go directly to step 3.
STEP 3. Pay your monthly tuition. After your payment is completed your program will be available immediately to you.