BACHELOR OF SCIENCE:

MISSIONS: BI-VOCATIONAL

The Bible and Missions: Bi-Vocational program prepares students to serve as missionaries while supporting themselves with a technical skill (agriculture, automotive maintenance, etc.). Hundreds of millions of people have no chance to hear the Gospel because they live in countries where full-time Christian workers are not allowed. However, Christians with certifiable skills can often be admitted to these countries.

OBJECTIVES

Students who complete this program will meet the objectives of the Division of Bible and Ministry, as well as the following objectives specific to this major.

Division Objectives: students will

1. Understand the need for, meaning, and practice of a personal relationship with God through Jesus Christ.

2. Demonstrate a working knowledge of the Bible and essential Christian doctrine, the ability to accurately interpret Scripture, and an increasingly coherent Christian worldview that enables them to apply biblical principles to questions of ethics, compassion, and all other life situations.

3. Exhibit a lifestyle that is characterized by simplicity, integrity, responsibility, and order which reflects concern for the social implications of the gospel and lends credibility to a Christian testimony.

4. Demonstrate the basic knowledge and ability required to minister to others in their own cultural group and across cultural boundaries, utilizing appropriate technology and relevant forms of both written and verbal communication.

5. Demonstrate perseverance and commitment, and the ability to work productively both independently and in teams.

6. Develop the skills and understanding necessary for personal Bible-study, prayer, and devotional life which can sustain and empower one’s personal life and ministry to others.

7. Demonstrate the ability to find, process, and apply information that is relevant to one’s Christian life and ministry through the exercise of both critical and creative thinking.

Specific Program Objectives: students will

1. Fulfill the objectives of the Missions Major.

2. Demonstrate competence in a vocational/technical field of expertise that will equip them to be self-supporting in ministry or to enter into mission fields where traditional missionaries are unwelcome or unable to gain access.

3. Meet the objectives of the Division of General Studies

Barclay College has an arrangement with the nearby Pratt Community College/Area Vocational School that allows Barclay students to pursue vocational studies there. Students enrolled at Barclay may complete certificate or non-certificate programs as noted on the following pages. Classes within the vocational concentrations are completed at Pratt Community College; all others are completed on the Barclay campus. Because of the addition of the vocational concentration, this major may require additional time beyond the traditional four years.


MISSIONS: BI-VOCATIONAL Required Courses

I. Division of Bible and Ministry [77 hours]

Division Core

Part I. Bible Concentration:

17 hours

BI205

Bible Study Methods

3 hours

NT102

New Testament Survey

3 hours

OT101

Old Testament Survey

3 hours

TH302

Doctrine of Holiness

2 hours

TH308

Teachings of Friends

3 hours

3 hours chosen from:

3 hours

NT211 Transformational Life & Leadership of Christ (3 hours)

NT241 Synoptic Gospels (3 hours)

NT362 Acts (3 hours)

NT346 Writings of John (3 hours)

Part II. Foundations for Ministry:

10 hours

CM104

Personal Evangelism Seminar

1 hour

CM107

Survey of Church Ministry

3 hours

MI2083

Intercultural Ministry

3 hours

SL202

Spiritual Formation I

3 hours

Additional Bible/Theology:

12 hours

BI 206

Hermeneutics

3 hours

TH105

Basic Beliefs

2 hours

TH304

Apologetics

2 hours

TH333

Theology of Missions

2 hours

3 hours chosen from NT or OT electives

3 hours

Professional Ministry Courses

38 hours

CM223

Biblical and Historical Models of Ministry

3 hours

CM305

Ministry Leadership

3 hours

CM306

Ministry Management

3 hours

MI217

Missionary Principles and Practices

3 hours

MI316

World Religions and Ideologies

3 hours

MI322

Church Planting and Evangelism

3 hours

MI393

Area Studies (Urban/Rural Studies)

3 hours

MI399

Practicum

2 hours

MI415

Contextualization of Theology

3 hours

PM313

Homiletics I

3 hours

PM412

Counseling for Christian Leaders

3 hours

PY242

Interpersonal Relationships

3 hours

SL202

Spiritual Formation II

3 hours

II. Division of General Studies [63-76 hours]

Division Core

Communications:

12 hours

IT101/02

Introduction to Computer Applications

3 hours

EN101

College Writing

3 hours

EN202

Research and Writing

3 hours

SP201/02

Fundamentals of Speech

3 hours

Humanities:

6 hours

PH205

Introduction to Philosophy

3 hours

LI201/202 Introduction to Literature

3 hours

Social and Behavioral Sciences:

7 hours

EN109

Personal Effectiveness

1 hour

PY103

General Psychology

3 hours

3 hours chosen from:

3 hours

SS201 Western Civilization I (3 hours)

SS223 American History I (3 hours)

SO211 Introduction to Sociology (3 hours)

Science and Mathematics:

6 hours

3 hours chosen from:

3 hours

MA103 Mathematical Concepts (3 hours)

MA108 College Algebra (3 hours)

3 hours chosen from:

3 hours

Any Science Elective

Additional General Studies Requirements:

10 hours

MI223

Cultural Anthropology

3 hours

PY204

Marriage and Family

3 hours

3 hours chosen from literature (LI) courses

3 hours

1 hour from any General Education Elective

1 hour

Vocational Concentration* (see options following)

22-35 hours

140 – 153 Total

Missions: Bi-Vocational Major

Agriculture

25 hours

AGR 131

Plant Science

4 hours

AGR 132

Animal Science

3 hours

AGR 133

Crop Production

3 hours

AGR 134

Livestock Production

3 hours

AGR 136

Soils

4 hours

AGR 138

Livestock Selection

2 hours

AGR 142

Agriculture in our Society

2 hours

AGR 239

Fundamentals of Animal Nutrition

3 hours

AGR 247

Artificial Insemination

1 hour

Accounting Clerk (Certificate)

22 hours

SEC 166

Document Formatting

3 hours

SEC 124

Office Education Seminar I

2 hours

ACC 131

Accounting I

3 hours

SEC 121

Calculating Machines

2 hours

ACC 132

Accounting II

3 hours

SEC 125

Records Management

3 hours

ACC 231

Computerized Accounting

3 hours

BUS 235

Microcomputer Office Applications

3 hours

Automotive Technology (Certificate)

35 hours

AMC 231

Fuel, Carburetors, Ignition

3 hours

AMC 234

Auto Electronic Systems

3 hours

AMC 151

Engine Analysis

3 hours

DSL 143

Hydraulics

3 hours

AMC 131

Suspension and Brakes

3 hours

AMC 160

Mobile Heating and Air Conditioning

3 hours

AMC 236

Manual Drive Training and Transaxles

3 hours

AMC 232

Fuel Injection and Ignition

3 hours

AMC 233

Electrical Accessories

3 hours

AMC 152

Service Techniques

5 hours

AMC 233

Auto Transmission and Transaxles

3 hours

Electrical Powerline Distribution (Certificate)

30 hours

WLD 236

Industrial Safety & Relations

3 hours

EPD 131

System Design Construction Maintenance

3 hours

EPD 140

Applied Elec/Meter Test

3 hours

EPD 141

Lab and Field Training I

5 hours

EPD 151

Transmission and Distribution

3 hours

EPD 145

Electrical Circuits

3 hours

EPD 142

Lab and Field Training II

5 hours

EPD 221

Occupational Work Experience

10 hours

Information Processing (Certificate)

23 – 24 hours

SEC 166

Document Formatting

3 hours

SEC 124

Office Education Seminar I

2 hours

SEC 121

Calculating Machines

2 hours

ACC 111

Basic Bookkeeping

3 hours

SEC 123

Records Management

3 hours

BUS 135

Microcomputer Office Applications

3 hours

SEC 264

Word Processing Applications

3 hours

BUS 236

Business Communications

3 hours or

or 125

Office Education Seminar II

2 hours

SEC 144

Transcribing Machines

2 hours

Legal Secretary (Certificate)

26 hours

SEC 124

Office Education Seminar I

2 hours

SEC 121

Calculating Machines

2 hours

SEC 166

Document Formatting

3 hours

SEC 190

Specialized Secretarial Training

3 hours

SEC 125

Office Education Seminar II

2 hours

BUS 236

Business Communications

3 hours

ACC 131

Accounting I

3 hours

BUS 235

Microcomputer Office Applications

3 hours

SEC 256

Legal Transcription

3 hours

SEC 290

Specialized Secretarial Training

2 hours

Welding (Certificate)

24 hours

WLD 133

Welding Processes and Procedures

3 hours

WLD 112

Oxyacetylene Welding

3 hours

GRH 131

Engineering Graphics I

3 hours

WLD 117

MIG Welding

3 hours

WLD 113

Arc Welding

3 hours

WLD 115

TIG Welding

3 hours

Technical Electives

6 hours