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General Information

The Bachelor degree in Pastoral Psychology is designed to equip the student with basic knowledge in the Old Testament scriptures that form the basis for counseling and psychology . Each course examines a particular book of the Old Testament and allows one to not only read, learn and be tested on one’s comprehension of Scripture, but also to meditate on the profound eternal truths of each of these portions of Scripture. This program provides the groundwork for future undergraduate course work, and more importantly, an organized, disciplined study for a deeper relationship with God and the wisdom to counsel and help others, including yourself. For information contact: Dr. Reyes (954) 822-1223 , kjnorton@yahoo.com ... or Daytona area (386) 402-2029 Dr. Muench

Prerequisite - Associates Degree in Biblical Studies

BIB 1001 Genesis (3 credits)

BIB 1002 Exodus (3 credits)

BIB 1003 Leviticus (3 credits)

BIB 1004 Numbers (3 credits)

BIB 1005 Deuteronomy (3 credits)

BIB 1006 Joshua (1 credit)

BIB 1007 Judges (1 credit)

BIB 1008 Ruth (1 credit)

BIB 1009 Samuel, 1st (2 credits)

BIB 1010 Samuel,2nd ( 2 credits)

BIB 1011 Kings, 1st (1 credit)

BIB 1012 Kings, 2nd (1 credit)

BIB 1013 Chronicles, 1st (1 credit)

BIB 1014 Chronicles, 2nd (1 credit)

BIB 1015 Ezra (1 credit)

BIB 1016 Nehemiah (1 credit)

BIB 1017 Esther (1 credit)

BIB 1018 Job (2 credits)

BIB 2001 Psalms (3 credits)

BIB 2002 Proverbs (3 credits)

BIB 2003 Ecclesiastes (1 credit)

BIB 2004 Song of Solomon (1 credit)

BIB 2005 Isaiah (3credits)

BIB 2006 Jeremiah (3 credits)

BIB 2007 Lamentations (1 credit)

BIB 2008 Ezekial (3 credits)

BIB 2009 Daniel (2 credits)

BIB 2010 Hosea (1 credit)

BIB 2011 Joel (1 credit)

BIB 2012 Amos (1 credit)

BIB 2013 Obadiah (1 credit)

BIB 2014 Jonah (1 credit)

BIB 2015 Micah (1 credit)

BIB 2016 Nahum (1 credit)

BIB 2017 Habakkuk (1 credit)

BIB 2018 Zephaniah (1 credit)

BIB 2019 Haggai (1 credit)

BIB 2020 Zechariah (1 credit)

BIB 2021 Malachi (1 credit)

BIB 2022 Counseling and Psychology Bible Perspective(1 credit)

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