CAMPUS MISSIONARY IN TRAINING (CMIT)
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Summit Pacific College is pleased to work in cooperation with University Christian Ministries (UCM) in helping UCM Interns fulfill academic requirements for PAOC Ministerial Credentials.
The CMIT track enables UCM Interns to work towards the PAOC Recognition of Ministry Credential. This credential requires 10 courses. A sample program is provided below. Courses marked * are specifically required courses.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS AND CURRICULUM
Bible and Theology - 6 courses or 18 semester hours
|BIBL 113 C Hermeneutics *
||THEO 321 C Pneumatology *|
|BIBL 115 C Gospels
||THEO 323 C Doctrine I|
|BIBL 114 C Pentateuch
||THEO 324 C Doctrine II|
Practics - 3 courses or 9 semester hours
|RELS 331 C Pastoral Theology *
||RELS 234 C Preaching *|
|Practics (RELS) Elective
General Studies - 1 course or 3 semester hours
|HIST 172 C History of Canadian Pentecostals *
The college is able to provide the courses needed by Missionaries in Training in the following ways:
Study Groups will follow the established policy of Summit Pacific College Distance Education Church Study Groups. A copy of the policy has been modified specifically to reflect the unique UCM Intern program. These groups will study under the direction of a qualified UCM leader.
Students may directly enroll in Summit Pacific College Correspondence courses. Selection of courses should be guided by the requirements of the UCM Internship program and PAOC Ministerial Credential requirements.
Extension Site Courses
UCM may from time to time arrange for a Summit Pacific College instructor or adjunct professor to teach a course on site, either at a university campus or in partnership with a local church.
Students who are interested in the Campus Missionary in Training program should contact John Engels, BC Campus Ministries Director at (604) 533-2232 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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