Master of Christian Education
Washington Reformed Seminary
PURPOSE OF M C E
The Master Christian Education(MCE or MRE) of Program Provides a one or two-year curriculum for students having completed a recognized four-year college program in graduate theological studies for those preparing for responsible positions of Christian leadership. It allows a greater opportunity for specialized studies than dose the Master Christian Education program.
Academic requirements for receiving this degree include a minimum of tree semester hours of residence work, including a thesis of approximately 20,000 words, concluded by an oral examination before the entire Faculty.
For graduation a minimum of forty two(42) semester hours of residence work must be completed, including four semester hours of credit for the dissertation with a grade point average B or higher, Results of the research project in course must be deposied in the library in the form of a thesis. Guided practical application of Christian.
Twenty semester hours shall be in the student’s major field, and at least six hours other than his major field, at least four semester hours in his major field shall be on a seminar basis.
Education principles for at least tree semesters is necessary for graduation. A student who has not had satisfactory courses in new Testament Greek may be required to take additional work in the Greek language.
MCE (MRE) CURRICULUM
The following curriculum leads to the MCE degree for those who have completed the College(or Th.B) program. Major study of MCE requires satisfactory completion of following;
Major Field M C E…………………………20 Credits
PT 503. Ministry Leadership. 3
PT 506. Youth Ministry. 3
PT 607. Expository Skills and Evaluation. 3
PT 608. Pastoral Care, Practice. 3
PT 609. Pastoral Counseling. 3
PT 614. Christian Educational History. 3
PT 715. Discipleship in Ministry of the Church. 3
PTE 609. Mission to the City. 3
PTC 706. Counseling Families and Children. 3
PTE 711. Urban Church Seminar. 3
the dissertation……………………………………. 6 Credits
General/ Elective……………………………………16 Credits
Total 42 Credits