목회학 석사

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Starts: 29 August, 2016
Duration : 3-3.5 년
Instructors: 목회학 석사
Phone : 213-736-6500
Fax: 213-736-6504
Email : Admissions@ReformedUniversity.org

과정 소개 및 목적

미주개혁대학교는 84학점의 목회학 석사 과정을 제공하고 있다. 이 프로그램의 목적은 엄격한 교육과정과 목회자 양성을 위한 전문적 훈련을 제공하고자 한다. 학생들은 본 대학원 과정에 적합한 성서, 역사 그리고 전공분야의 과정을 이수하게 될 것이다.  이 프로그램을 통하여 학생들은 1) 성서의 뜻을 설교하고 가르칠 수 있는 능력을 배양하며 2) 역사적이고 현대적인 기독교 예배의 스타일을 배우게 되고 3) 회중을 세우고 인도하는 기술을 얻게 될 것이다. 본 프로그램의 사명은 학생들로 하여금 목회에 있어 영향력있는 리더로 세우며 영적으로 성숙할 수 있도록 도우며 이들의 은사와 부르심을 개발하고 활용할 수 있도록 준비시키고자 함에 있다. 또한 지역 사회와 전 세계의 비그리스도인에게 관심을 가지고 복음전도에 앞장서고자 한다.

학습 결과


석사 학위를 이수한 학생들은 다음과 같은 학습결과를 얻게 된다:

  • 성경 각 권의 강조점과 가르침을 이해할 수 있게 된다 (비판적 사고와 해석);
  • 성서, 언어, 윤리 그리고 실습에 있어 기본적인 지식을 발전시킬 수 있게 된다.
  • 기독교 신앙을 실천하며 영성과 리더쉽 그리고 목회적 돌봄을 통하여 신학을 실천 할수  있게 된다.
  • 복음전도와 사회의 민감한 문제들에 있어 기독교 공동체에 영향을 드러낼 수 있게 된다.
  • 목사안수를 위해 인정된 신학 학위를 얻게 된다.

졸업 요건

목회학 석사 과정을 졸업하기 위해서 각 학생은 성서 연구에 있어 45학점, 역사 연구에 있어 9학점, 전공 분야에 있어서 21학점, 필수과정 9학점을 포함하여 최소한 84학점을 이수하여야 한다. 최소한 30%의 학점을 본 학교 과정에서 수강하여야하며 평점은 3.0 이상이 되어야 한다.

석시 과정을 마치기 위해서는 졸업위원회에서 승인받은 석사논문이 제출되어야 한다. 학생들은 관심분야와 더 발전시키기를 원하는 분야의 주제를 가지고 논문을 쓸 수 있다. 학생들은 프로그램의 마지막 해에 논문을 완성하고 졸업위원회의 승인을 위해서 논문의 취지서 및 개요를 그 이전 학기에 제출하여야 한다. 논문은 20-30 페이지의 양이며 APA형식이며 간격은 이중 간격이다.

1. 성서와 신학 과목: 45 학점

학생은 아래의 15과목을 수강해야 한다 :

Code Title Unit
BT501 모세 오경 3 Units
BT502 바울서신 3 Units
BT503 예언서 3 Units
BT504 사도행전 I 3 Units
BT505 해석학 3 Units
BT506 설교학 3 Units
BT507 조직신학 II 3 Units
BT508 영적 형성 3 Units
BT509 변증론 3 Units
BT510 기독교 교리 3 Units
BT511 신학적 글쓰기와 연구 방법 3 Units
BT512 구약성서 연구 II 3 Units
BT513 신약성서 연구 II 3 Units
BT514 신학에서의 성경사용 3 Units
BT515       신약성서에서의 구약성서의 사용 3 Units   
BT516 페미니즘 이론과 신학화  3 Units
BT517 세계화 시대의 사명, 신학 그리고 윤리 3 Units
BT518 청소년 사역을 위한 신학적 기초 3 Units
BT519 성경의 네러티브와 신학 3 Units
BT599 예배 II 3 Units

2. 역사 과목: 9 학점

목회학 석사 과정의 학생은 아래의 모든 과목을 수강해야 한다:

Code Title Unit
HI501 초기 기독교 3 Units
HI502 서양 교회사 3 Units
HI503 한국 교회사 3 Units

 3. 전공 과목: 21 학점

학생들은 아래의 과목 중에서 7과목을 선택할 수 있다;

Code Title Unit
MD501 기독교 윤리 2 3 Units
MD502     목회 상담 3 Units       
MD503 선교 2 3 Units
MD505 세계 복음화 전략 3 Units
MD506 교회와 세계관의 관계 3 Units
MD507 성서주해 3 Units
MD508 설교학 3 Units
MD510 히브리어 3 Units
MD511 그리스어 3 Units
MD512 행정과 재정 3 Units
MD513 설교의 실재 3 Units
MD514 치유와 영성도시의 사회 문제와 교회 3 Units
MD520 멘토링 1 3 Units
MD530 멘토링 2 3 Units
MD540 멘토링 3 3 Units

4. 필수 과목 : 9 학점

목회학 석사 과정의 학생은 아래의 모든 과목을 수강해야 한다:

Code Title Unit
OT599  졸업 준비 및 학위 논문 3 Units       
MT521 신학적 글쓰기 및 연구 방법 3 Units
MT522 현장 교육 및 사역 보고서 II 3 Units

교과과목소개 

BT501 모세오경

This course is designed to provide the student with a broad introduction to the history of salvation as expressed in the Pentateuch. It explores the content, major themes and theology of the Pentateuch with special attention to the relationship of the Pentateuch to Jesus Christ. Our interaction with the Pentateuch is intended not only to increase the student’s knowledge, but also encourage spiritual growth and skill in using the Pentateuch in one’s personal life and ministry. Students will work our way systematically through the Pentateuch, following the narrative from creation to the calling of Abraham to the establishment of the nation of Israel to the Plains of Moab where the nation of Israel readies itself for the conquest of Canaan under the leadership of Joshua.

BT502 바울서신 

This course is an exposition of Acts and the Pauline epistles (Romans through Philemon) and a study of the ministry and teachings of the Apostle Paul as recorded in the Pauline Epistles. The life setting of each letter is related to Paul’s journeys described in the book of Acts. Special attention is given to the major theological themes of the epistles. Primary consideration will be given to the following texts: First Thessalonians, Galatians, Philippians, Philemon, First and Second Corinthians, and Romans. Themes will be presented from the Duetero-Pauline Letters, the Pastorals, and the letter to the Hebrews. Attention will also be given to the historical setting and overall message of each book.

BT503 예언서

This course examines the phenomenon of prophecy in Israel. It explores its origins and surveys some early “non-writing” prophets, and the classical prophets who have left us books which bear their names. These prophets are set in their historical contexts, which include social, political and economic factors; their books and sayings are studied with modern literary techniques, including exegesis of selected texts. The overall aim is to uncover the theological message of the prophets (including their teaching on social justice) and to arrive at an understanding of the development of prophecy into eschatology and apocalyptic.

BT504 사도행전 I 

This course is a survey of the Gospels and Acts with more intensive study of selected texts and issues.  In this course, students complete an exegetical study of the book of Acts by focusing on the biblical theology of the book, the historical background of events, and the theological emphasis of the speeches. In addition, Included are a survey of New Testament backgrounds, evaluation of various critical approaches to the life of Christ, consideration of the historical reliability of the Gospels, and a survey of central theological themes in the teaching of Jesus, and the individual Gospels.

BT505 해석학 

This course will focus on the development of a systematic approach to the interpretation of Scripture. While various critical-interpretive systems and strategies will be considered, special attention will be given to the historical-grammatical method. The predominant literary genres of the Bible will be examined and relevant principles of interpretation highlighted. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the original, intended meaning of Scripture in its canonical context as the basis upon which to prepare expositions and make appropriate contemporary applications

BT506 설교학

This course is designed to offer students an understanding of the theology and practice of preaching in pastoral, liturgical settings. Preaching is God’s revealed way of making himself and His saving covenant known to us. It communicates the Bible as no other way of handling it does. It focuses the church as a worshipping, Word-oriented community. Particular attention will be given on the necessity to proclaim the whole counsel of God biblically, doctrinally, practically, and experientially.

BT507 조직신학 II 

This course is a study of Christology, giving particular emphasis to both the Person and Work of Jesus Christ. This course is designed to give you a concise introduction to the nature, history and methodology of systematic theology. It should also provide a helpful stimulus in understanding the relationship between the practice of one’s faith and the belief context into which that practice fits. The course will attempt to survey the material from an exegetical, biblical-theological, historical, and creedal basis, giving particular attention to points of interest and debate in our own time. And, the course will focus the nature of a theological vision, the inspiration and authority of Scripture, the interpretation of those Scriptures and the nature of the God whom we worship.

BT508 영적 형성 

The course explores the processes and goals of spiritual formation in the life of the Christian minister, counselor or leader from a multi-disciplinary viewpoint including personal, biblical, theological, psychological, and historical perspectives. The student is introduced to the historic disciplines and practices of the Christian faith that promote intimacy with God and Christ-likeness in character with the goal of fostering ongoing personal vitality essential to ministry and the ability to facilitate spiritual renewal and consistent discipleship in others.

BT509 변증론

The course will seek to formulate the rational basis for believing in Christian theism, with responses to objections and critiques of competing worldviews. Apologetics is the study of how to give reasons for our Christian hope (1 Pet 3:15). The course has three parts: In the first part, students shall ask what Scripture says about human knowledge, particularly the process by which a non-Christian comes to know Christ. The second part will deal with the controversy over how to do apologetics, discussing representatives of different apologetic schools. The third part will discuss issues under debate between Christians and non-Christians.

BT510 기독교 교리 

This course is designed for students in Systematic Theology field to help identifying foundational doctrines and their spiritual foundations, and gain an understanding of the communal and historic nature of doctrines. This course bases the theological formation of students upon biblical data as well as upon the classical Christian tradition, contemporary theology, and Wesleyan theological distinctive with a view to helping students grasp the importance of theology for the practice of ministry. The course will help students understand and express why disciplined thoughts and faithful confessions are crucial for them.

BT511 신학적 글쓰기와 연구 방법 

This course is a study of the theological research and writing methods to understand the forms and requirements of dissertation and report writing as well as various research methods and resources. The course offers an overview of the different approaches, considerations and challenges involved in academic research. In addition to reviewing core human research methods such as interviews, ethnographers, surveys and experiments, students will explore methods used in critical analysis of texts and technologies, with an emphasis on the digital.

BT512 구약성서 연구 II

This course introduces students to the study of the origins of Christianity by means of the Old Testament. Students will undertake a historical study of the Old Testament documents, seeking to understand their plan, origin, purpose and content within their broader historical and cultural context. Appropriate interpretive method for each genre of the Old Testament will be discussed. Students will also seek to clarify the theological message of each document in light of its historical circumstances.

BT513 신약성서 연구 II New Testament Survey II

This course introduces students to the study of the origins of Christianity by means of the New Testament. Students will undertake a historical study of the New Testament documents, seeking to understand their plan, origin, purpose and content within their broader historical and cultural context. Appropriate interpretive method for each genre of the New Testament will be discussed. Students will also seek to clarify the theological message of each document in light of its historical circumstances, with a view toward understanding their meaning for today.

BT514 신학에서의 성경 사용 

A study of the how the New Testament uses the Old Testament. This course will provide an overview of the history of interpretation, a methodology, and the ability to determine how the New Testament writers make use of the Old.

BT515 신학성서에서의 구약성서의 사용 

A study of the how the New Testament uses the Old Testament. This course will provide an overview of the history of interpretation, a methodology, and the ability to determine how the New Testament writers make use of the Old.

BT516 페미니즘 이론과 신학화

This course introduces the student to varieties of feminist and gender theories and theorists, e.g., liberal feminism, radical feminism, Marxist feminism, post-colonial feminism, womanist theorists, and Asian American feminism, in order to provide a theorentical foundation for theologizing on behalf of women. This course fulfills the feminist theory requirement for the Master of Theology student.

BT517 세계화 시대의 사명, 신학 그리고 윤리 

Globalization is an undeniable political, social, economic, and cultural reality. Why and how should we be engaging with its effects? As well as looking at how Christians use and contest global trends, we will explore how the church should be responding-theologically, ethically and practically – to issues such as global warming, economic and trade disparities, migration, poverty, cultural homogenization, and the challenges of co-existence among varied faith communities. The role and responses of those marginalized by global processes will be explored.

BT518 청소년 사역을 위한 신학적 기초 

This course explores the theological foundations of ministry with young people, ranging from those in early to those in late adolescence and emerging adulthood. Primary attention will be given to the role faith plays in adolescent development and identity formation, and to the church’s responsibility to young people in and beyond congregations. This course emphasizes incarnational and missional approaches to the gospel, as well as young people’s own agency as participants in the total mission of the church.

BT519 성경의 네러티브와 신학 

Most of the Bible is “stories”—something happens. Things change. In this course we will analyze some of the most important biblical texts and discuss both their narrative beauty and the theological ideas that come from stories, e.g., Exodus, covenant, vindication, identity, redemption. Texts covered will include Genesis, Exodus, Judges, Kings, Mark, John. In addition, we will consider the novelistic texts that arose between the texts just mentioned, such as Esther, Judith, and Tobit.

CP599 예배 II 

Chapel presentations address the imperatives of the Christian message related to worship, evangelism, discipleship, fellowship, and ministry. Through the course, students will gain an appreciation for the integration of faith, learning, and vocation. Also, students will develop a personal spiritual journey through understand of the Bible and the practice of spiritual disciplines.

HI501 초기 기독교 

This class is a survey of the history of Christianity in its first thousand years. Major issues will include Christian origins and its Jewish roots; the diversity of early Christian theologies, including gnosticism and orthodoxy; martyrdom and the rise of monasticism; questions of faith and order; trinitarian and christological controver­sies; and Christianity in Africa and Asia. The course will also focus on the challenges and opportunities facing the church throughout the first millennium, including its encounter with Islam and other faith traditions.

HI502 서양 교회사 

This course is designed to teach students to the history of religion in the United States. The course will cover American church history from its beginnings in the colonial period to its most recent expressions in the twentieth century. Major movements, leading personalities, theological developments and religious trends will be examined with the aim to better understand the evangelical tradition. Students will study the relationship of religious life to the cultural, social, economic, and political currents of American history, and consider how the history of religion shapes the way students should understand American history as a whole. They will also study the development of religious practices and beliefs in relation to proprietary and corporate capitalism, faith in technological progress, an increasingly pervasive market culture, changing gender conventions, racial and ethnic pluralism, and a political democracy structured, in part, by the separation of church and state.

HI503 한국 교회사 

This course will focus on the history of the Korean church. In this course, the introduction of the Gospel to Korea and its historical background, the sociological and political contexts of the time, the influence of the Gospel on the traditional Korean society, an evaluation of the rapid growth of the Korean church in a relatively short period of time and the future of the Korean church will be explored. In this course, students will examine the biblical and theological principles for church revitalization. Simultaneously, the course will examine biblical paradigms, strategies, church leadership, and practical applications for healthy church growth both in terms of local congregations and leadership.

MD501 기독교 윤리 II 

The course will explore the moral implications of the Christian commitment, the formulation and development of the principles of Christian ethics for persons and within communities, and their application to areas of contemporary life. Students are introduced to terminology, major views, and problems in the study of ethics and to a biblical basis for morality, and basic concerns and current issues in social ethics are covered. The course teaches the methods and topics of moral reflection and action in the biblical, historical and theological context. The course focuses on new life in Christ as embodied in the church for the world.

MD502 목회 상담 

This class focuses on various counseling skills for effective interaction and learning necessary advanced pastoral counseling techniques. The course topic covers the followings: counseling theories with spiritual and theological principles, spiritual and religious perspectives of counseling, theoretical counseling applications in spiritual settings, and examination of special theories of pastoral counseling. Special emphasis will be on individual counseling and consultation.

MD503 선교 II 

This course examines biblical and theological foundations of mission with attention to historical, cultural and methodological issues. The course is designed to introduce the students to the biblical, theological, historical, and practical bases for Christian missions. Students will survey major eras in the history of Christian missions and learn to recognize contemporary “types” of mission strategy that are one legacy of this history. The course will then study the biblical and theological basis of Christian mission and examine continuing issues that church workers confront as they seek to share a message.

MD505  세계 복음화 전략

This course considers the biblical and historical dimensions of evangelism as well as strategies for developing culturally specific evangelism. The course explores different models for evangelism for today’s world.

MD506 교회와 세계관의 관계 

This course develops a Christian worldview from a redemptive history model of biblical theology, which is then clarified using the philosophical categories of metaphysics, epistemology, and axiology. The course provides sociological and ethical approaches toward better understanding the social nature and mission of the church. Students will gain an understanding of modern and postmodern thought and how to critique them biblically, and are encouraged to develop and apply a Christian worldview to life and ministry.

MD507 성서주해 

This course is designed to familiarize the student with biblical interpretation. Special emphasis will be placed upon exegesis in light of history, grammar, and theological content. The course will focus on the development of a systematic approach to the interpretation of Scripture. Attentions will be given to various critical-interpretative systems and strategies. This course will instruct in various parameters for biblical interpretation and will show how specific methods are applied to Bible study.

MD508 설교학

This course is designed to offer students an introductory understanding of the theology and practice of preaching in pastoral, liturgical settings. This course intends to help students and preachers to create Christ-centered sermons which are firmly rooted in the Scriptures. In this course, we will investigate creative languages of proclamation as means for communicating God’s story in the context of worship in ways that both learns from and challenges contemporary media-saturated cultures.

MD510  히브리어

This course is study of the elements of Biblical Hebrew with emphasis on vocabulary, syntax and grammar to equip the student to be able to read the Hebrew text. To impart an active knowledge of Standard Biblical Hebrew, so that students will be struck by linguistic anomalies in the Bible and thereby anticipate the questions posed by philologically oriented exegetes like Ibn Ezra, Rashbam, and Radak.

MD511  그리스어

This course is a study of vocabulary and an analysis of the grammar of New Testament Greek, and the purpose of this course is to learn the fundamentals of Biblical Greek phonology, morphology, and syntax in order to begin reading and translating the Greek New Testament. The course concerns with learning the rudiments of Greek (accidence and some vocabulary) with a goal of using the Greek New Testament in preaching, Bible studies, and exegesis courses in the Greek New Testament.

MD512  행정과 재정

This course seeks to foster administrative skills as an essential component of effective ministry for clergy and lay leaders. Specific topics will include compensation strategies, personnel issues, decision-making processes, management styles, budgeting, and financial management in the parish. The course will also cover issues re­lating to the spirituality of money and the vocational dimensions of church administration.

MD513  설교의 실재

This course is designed for students who would like to gain experience in preaching. Through this class, students will practice in preaching several sermons in front of people. In this course, students shall look at the guiding principles that constitute reformed preaching through the ages, giving particular concentration on the mechanics of sermon construction. Particular attention will be given on the necessity to proclaim the whole counsel of God biblically, doctrinally, practically, and experientially.

MD514  치유와 영성

This course explores the spiritual foundations of healing, including mind and body connections, breaking the cycle of violence, and developing life-affirming spiritual practices. Particular emphasis will be on healing from internalized racism, homophobia, and other forms of structural oppression. There will be opportunities to study Chinese approaches to healing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MD520-540 멘토링 I, II, III

Mentoring can change the course of students’ lives when they learn to make thoughtful choices and follow through with commitments. In the process, students realize they can achieve more than they ever dreamed possible. This course provides a roadmap to implement an effective coaching and mentoring program that leads to improved student learning and success. Participants learn to serve as coaches and mentors to students and fellow educators— roles effective both within the classroom and beyond the school at large. They come to appreciate the relationship between mentoring and leadership through the study of historical leadership background, as well as by considering the characteristics of successful mentoring programs. Educators are prepared to engage in transformational leadership.

OT599 졸업 준비 및 학위 논문 

This course focuses on methods and techniques of behavioral research with specific focus on methods frequently used in educational and social science research. Potential and completed problems are analyzed with a view to the selection of research topics. The research process is reviewed with the emphasis on design, application, consumption, as well as standards for writing research papers.

MT521 신학적 글쓰기 및 연구 방법 

This course is a study of the theological research and writing methods to understand the forms and requirements of dissertation and report writing as well as various research methods and resources. The course offers an overview of the different approaches, considerations and challenges involved in academic research. In addition to reviewing core human research methods such as interviews, ethnographers, surveys and experiments, students will explore methods used in critical analysis of texts and technologies, with an emphasis on the digital.

MT522 현장 교육 및 사역 보고서 

The course helps students gain further hands-on experience and gives them the opportunity to integrate their academic learning with real ministry contexts. The students will have supervised ministry experience in a church and meet regularly with a faculty mentor for the purpose of case study discussion, direction, and peer support in relation to students’ ministry site experiences, personal awareness, academic studies, and spiritual formation. The students are required to write a report about their experience at the end of the course.