|Type||Yr||First Semester||Second Semester|
|Course No.||Course Name||Credit||Course No.||Course Name||Credit|
||Old Testament 1
||3||CNT0123||New Testament 1||3|
|CST1201||Intro to Theology||3|
|2||COT0131||Intro to the O.T. Study||3||CST1011||Intro to Systematic Theology||3|
|3||CHT1321||Survey of Church History||3||CCE0181||Christian Education||3|
|CNT1011||Intro to the N.T Study||3|
|4||CPT0011||Intro to Practical Theology||3||-||-||-|
|1-4||CST0111||Reading Theological Text in English1||3||CST0121||Reading Theological Text in English 2||3|
|1||CME0292||Hymnology||2||CME1291||Intro to Church Music||
|COT1057||Old Testament 2||3|
|2||CNT0127||New Testament 2||3||COT0121||History of Israel||3|
|3||-||-||-||CCE1313||Youth Ministries Homiletics||3|
|3-4||CCC1201||Sociology of Religion||3||CCE1022||Psychology of Religion||3|
|COT1166||O.T. in Original Text 1||3||COT1167||O.T. in Original Text 2||3|
|CNT0061||N.T. in Original Text 1||3||CNT0062||N.T. in Original Text 2||3|
Understanding Contemporary Culture
|3||CGT0041||Missiology, Culture and Communication||3|
|CGT0011||Bible and Ethics||3||CGT0051||21st Century Church Leadership||3|
|CGT0021||Historical Background of the Bible||3||CGT0061||Theology and Related Fields||3|
|CGT0031||Theology and Church||3||CHT1201||History of Ecumenical Movement||3|
|CHT1181||History of Christian Thought||3||CHT1441||History and Tradition of Reformed Church||3|
|CME1271||Basic Conducting||2||CME1172||Worship and Music||2|
|CME1282||Basic Vocal 1||2||CME2493||Basic Vocal 2||2|
|CME1281||Basic Harmonics||2||CNT1131||Gospel of John||3|
|CNT1101||Synoptic Gospel||3||CNT1111||Sermon on the Mount||3|
|CNT1391||Methodology of Bible Commentary||3||CNT1143||Gospel of Luke and Book of Acts||3|
|COT1372||Writings 1||3||CNT1151||Pauline Epistles||3|
|COT1411||Law 1||3||CNT1321||N.T. in Context||3|
|COT1111||Prophets 1||3||COT1103||Law 2||3|
|CST0151||Reading Theological Text in German 1||3||COT1221||Prophets 2||3|
|CST1111||Theology of Karl Barth||3||CST0161||Reading Theological Text in German 2||3|
|CST1151||Survey of Contemporary Theology||3||CST1131||Special Lecture on Contemporary Theology||3|
|CST1241||Theology and Spirituality||3||CST1123||Contemporary Reformed Theology||3|
|CMT5041||Intro to Missiology||3||CST1181||Special Lecture on Doctrine of God||3|
|CHT1503||History of Christian Spiritual Formation and Volunteer Service||3||COT1371||Writings 2||3|
|CHT1302||History of Korean Church||3||CHT1071||Bible and History||3|
|-||-||-||CPT6021||Film Discussion and Counseling||3|
|Theo. Sem.||1-4||CMT5091||Missionary Field Training 1||3||CMT5101||Missionary Field Training 2||3|
|CMT5071||Mission Field Research and Training 1||3||CMT5081||Mission Field Research and Training 2||3|
|CMT5201||Mission Workforce Development||3||CMT5201||Mission Workforce Development||3|
|CST0131||Reading Theological Text in French 1||2||CST0141||Reading Theological Text in French 2||2|
|CST1292||Latin 1||3||CST1293||Latin 2||3|
|CGE1181||Theology Lecture in English 1||3||CGE1182||Theology Lecture in English 2||3|
Old Testament 1 (first semester) and Old Testament 2 (second semester) focus on reading the entire Old Testament. The framework and the main content of each individual book and the overall sections of the Old Testament are reviewed. So as to prepare for the Old Testament comprehensive test.
Basic knowledge of the New Testament is presented to develop Christian character and for the foundation of New Testament research.
Basic essentials, general content, and fields of Theology are introduced. Sub-fields such as Linguistics and Philosophy, Old Testament, New Testament, Church History, Theology, Christian Ethics, Homiletics and Liturgics, Pastoral Ministry and Pastoral Counseling and Spiritual Theology, Missiology and Religious Studies, Christian Education, and Church Music are also generally introduced.
Old Testament Scripture is introduced through examining the Old Testament formation, author, time period, ideology, and by briefly reviewing the contents regarding structure and translation of the Bible.
Basic understanding of the essentials of Theology and the issues, scope, method and general knowledge of the main topics of Systematic Theology is introduced. Acquisition of the groundwork for the systematic thinking of faith is desired.
Statement of purpose for the future church is desired through reviewing the overall 2,000 years of Church history. Examination of how the gospel established the history of salvation for mankind through the church and various aspects of church is focused, such as politics, doctrines, constitution, theology, and life mission.
Materials of basic understanding and wisdom toward educational performance of ministerial function are presented through theoretical introduction of Christian Education. This course is divided into three parts. First part focuses on the academic foundation of Christian Education: theological foundation, foundation of developmental theory, sociological and cultural foundation, and survey of the historical review: understanding the concept and definition of Christian education and the philosophical foundation of education. Second part focuses on educational field: church education, family education, school education, and education through media. Third part focuses on education curriculum and methodology: theory of teaching and learning, curriculum, education methodology, instruction development, and education administration.
Basic knowledge and research methodology of the New Testament Studies are presented. Contents include author, writing, time period, location, and message of canonical formation, the Gospels, Acts, Pauline Epistles, General Epistles, and Revelation.
The extensive world of practical theology is introduced before starting an actual theological research. Brief introduction to all the subjects in the field of practical theology provides fundamental understanding.
Identity and components of Christian Ethics are examined along with sequential analysis on glossary of Christian Ethics, summary of Christian Ethics, Biblical Ethics, issues of individual moral differentiations, Spirituality and Ethics, Social Ethics, World Ethics, and Ministry Ethics.
Exemplary English text of each field in theology is read in order to develop the ability to understand and critically analyze the theological English literature.