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One-Year Certificate Program

The Certificate Program is highly recommended for Christian students seeking more thorough grounding in the Christian faith before entering any college or university. Considering this philosophy, New Geneva offers certain in-house dual credit, undergraduate courses to be simultaneously taken as a graduate or seminary course. In this way, New Geneva acts as a prep school. The student can complete both an undergraduate tract and a MACS in less than 4-6 years, if the student is well disciplined. Each Master or Doctorate program targets certain areas of academia with a heavy concentration on its application to the culture
and the Great Commission of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Contact the Admissions office for more details.

Associate Degree Program

60-64 Credit Hours Required

NOTE: In order to satisfy the 60-64 credit hour requirement for an associate degree students are permitted to take 6 – 9 credit hours of electives from any of the other course listings in addition to the required courses below. Substitution of certain courses is permitted in order to focus on the student’s interest and goals.

Studies in Worldviews:

WRLDV I 101 Advancing the Kingdom– 3 Credit Hours

WRLDV II 102 Christian Thought – 3 Credit Hours

WRLDV III 210 Christian Culture and Social Theory – 3 Credit Hours

WRLDV IV 220 Christian Society, Law and Life – 3 Credit Hours

WRLD REL 320 World Religions – 3 Credit Hours

Total 15 Credit Hours

Studies in Theology & Religion:

SYS THEO A 101 Systematic Theology – 3 Credit Hours

Total 3 Credit Hours

Studies in Biblical Law:

BIBL LAW 101 Introduction to Biblical Law – 3 Credit Hours

BIBL LAW 200 Institutes of Biblical Law I – 6 Credit Hours

Total 9 Credit Hours

Christian Counseling:

PTR 200 Christian Character V – 3 Credit Hours

Total 3 Credit Hours

Studies in Biblical Economics:

BIBL ECO 101 Introduction to Biblical Economics – 3 Credit Hours

BIBL ECO 220 Biblical Stewardship – 4 Credit Hours

BIBL ECO 300 The Theology of Work – 4 Credit Hours

Total Credits 11

Studies in Christian History:

HIST 300 History of the Reformation – 4 Credit Hours

HIST 310 The Reformation’s Impact of Western Civilization – 4 Credit Hours

HIST 320 Historical Theology – 4 Credit Hours

Total 12 Credit Hours

Bachelor Degree Program

120 Credit Hours Required

NOTE: In order to satisfy the 130 credit hour requirement for an associate degree students are permitted to take 6 – 9 credit hours of electives from any of the other course listings in addition to the required courses below. Substitution of certain courses is permitted in order to focus on the student’s interest and goals.

All courses from the Associate Degree Program list plus 48 credit hours in the following:

Studies in Theology:

SYS THEO III Ecclesiology – 3 Credit Hours

SYS THEO IV Eschatology – 4 Credit Hours

THEO 400 Covenant Theology – 4 Credit Hours

THEO 420 Old Testament Survey – 4 Credit Hours

THEO 430 New Testament Survey – 4 Credit Hours

NTT 410 New Testament Theology – 4 Credit Hours

Total Credits 23

Studies in Christian Philosophy:

PHIL 200 Introduction to Christian Philosophy – 3 Credit Hours

PHIL 240 Christian Apologetics – 3 Credit Hours

PHIL 250 Defending the Faith – 3 Credit Hours

PHIL 260 Presuppositional Christian Apologetics – 3 Credit Hours

ART 200 Christian Philosophy of the Visual Arts – 2 Credit Hours

Total 14 Credit Hours

Biblical Law:

BIBL LAW 220 Institutes of Biblical Law II – 4 Credit Hours

BIBL LAW 240 Theonomic Apologetics – 4 Credit Hours

Total 8 Credits

Christian History and Culture:

HIST 300 History of the Reformation – 4 Credit Hours

HIST 310 The Reformation’s Impact on western Civilization – 4 Credit Hours

Total 8 Credit Hours

Graduate and Seminary Studies

Master of Applied Christian Studies (M.A.C.S.) Master of Religion (M.A.R.)
Master of Divinity (M.Div.)
Doctor of Christian Philosophy (Th.D) Doctor of Theology (Th.D.)

Internal Dual Accreditation: Students desiring to continue through to a Master’s Degree can opt for Geneva’s internal dual accreditation program. This allows the student to take undergraduate courses that can be applied to a master’s course tract simultaneously.

MACS : Master of Applied Christian Studies

SYS THEO 600 Advanced Systematics
COV THEO 400 Covenant Theology
THEO 430 OTS Old Testament Survey
THEO 420 NTS New Testament Survey
THEO 410 NTT New Testament Theology
HER 400 Hermeneutics
PTA 400 Philosophy, Theology & Apologetics
HIST 400 Church History
THEO 430 Historical Theology

MAR : Master of Applied Religion

All of the above courses plus:

PHIL 400 Advanced Apologetics
HIST 410 Biblical View of History
HIST 420 Reformation History
THEO 440 Distinctives of the Reformed Faith
HIST 460 The Life and Global Influence of John Calvin
HIST 490 The Gospel of the Reformation

M. Div. Master of Divinity

All of the above courses plus:

PTR 400 Pastoral Theology I
PTR 420 Pastoral Theology II
PTR 500 Pastoral Theology III
PTR 520 Noutheic Counseling
BIBL 320 Homeletics/Rhetoric
BIBL 400 The Reconstruction of Preaching

Th.D. Doctorate Degrees

Doctoral studies in Puritan and American Theological Development Doctoral studies in Christian Education
Doctoral studies in the Biblical Philosophy of History Doctoral studies in Presbyterianism
Doctoral studies in Biblical Political Philosophy and Government Doctoral studies in Evangelism & Revival
Doctoral studies in Authentic Christianity Doctoral studies in Biblical Law
Doctoral studies in Biblical Economics

Seminary Program

Upon completion of a Bachelor Degree the student can enroll in the New Geneva Christian Leadership Academy seminary program. This program parallels the graduate course tract with a special emphasis on the application of  theology, hermeneutics, pastoral and nouthetic counseling, homiletics, Biblical law, Reformation and Church history. This seminary program is structured as a mentorship discipline providing the candidate with all the necessary tools for the pastorate.

To enroll in New Geneva’s seminary program, contact the Dean here.

Ambassador’s School Internship Program

‘Now then we are ambassadors for Christ, as though God did beseech you by us: we pray you in Christ’s stead, be ye reconciled to God..’
2 Corinthians 5:20

The Ambassador’s School Internship Program is designed for those students who desire to implement Biblical strategies and tactics to real world situations. This select group of statesmen are those who are selflessly committed to consistent Biblical precision and action in the field of effects-based planning with measurable results.

Internship:

Students desiring to explore leadership in government, public policy and cultural affairs can sign onto New Geneva’s Ambassador’s Internship program which will equip them to join the ranks of Biblical leaders in their respective disciplines of study. This tract can be completed in either one or two years and consists of research, study and leadership involvement in the local community. A select series of lectures and readings accompany this tract of study, which is especially designed for leadership action. Completion of this tract of study offers a Leadership Diploma Certificate.

Eligibility:

To become eligible for this elite group of policy makers and cultural leaders, the candidate must enroll in and successfully complete a select series of courses geared toward specific areas of the culture.

Required Course of Study:

BIBL LAW 230 Systematic Theonomy
BIBL LAW 240 Theonomic Apologetics

GOV 201 Biblical Principles of Government
GOV 220 Calvin and Government
GOV 240 Theology of the State

LDRSHP 101 Lectures on Statesmanship
LDRSHP 120 A Theology of Leadership
LDRSHP 200 Leadership Strategies and Tactics
LDRSHP 220 Parliamentary Law

Examination Requirements:

Some courses require both written works and lecture presentations. After the successful completion of select courses, the graduating student, now an “Ambassador Statesman,” chooses a particular areas of interest or interests, and coordinates with other graduates so as to study more deeply together, and then disseminate their learning to the culture by way of publications, policy papers, and hands-on community action.

Further course requirements for advanced study:

BIBL ECO 101 Introduction to Economics 2
BIBL ECO 102 Economic Fundamentals 4
BIBL ECO 200 Reading in Applied Economics 3
BIBL ECO 210 History of Money and Banking 3
BIBL ECO 220 Stewardship 3

Life and Education Experience:

New Geneva acknowledges past learning experience and takes into consideration that  learning which has been gained apart from New Geneva as credits toward the required courses. If you are interested in the Ambassador’s Project, and would like to speak to a representative of the program, please contact Rev. Dr. Paul Michael Raymond at pastor@hisglory.us

“Unless God is the source of all law, including moral law, man and the state will be the source of law and morality.”
R.J. Rushdoony Roots of Reconstruction p. 573