Dec 13, 2019  
Crown College 2019-2020 Catalog 
    
Crown College 2019-2020 Catalog

Youth and Family Ministries Major (B.S.)


The mission of the Youth and Family major is to equip men and women to be and make healthy disciples so that they may win, grow, multiply, and send youth in the context of the church or parachurch organizations.

Program Requirements


Christian Studies Core


I. Christian Studies - 24 Credits


General Education Core


II. General Education - 30 Credits


Major Core


IV. Electives - 6 Credits *


At least 30% of this degree, or a minimum of 38 credits, must be at the upper (300-400) level.

* Some courses from the Christian Studies Core and Major Core can be used to fulfill requirements in the General Education Core. By doing that the number of electives needed would increase so that the minimum of 125 credits is reached.

Total - 125 Credits


1 Select humanities electives from COM, ENG, FAR, HIS, HUM, LAN, MUS, PHI, or PRC.

2 Select social science electives from ANT, CSJ, ECO, GEO, HIS, POL, PSY, or SOC.

Students have the option to declare a second major in Christian Studies which is earned by completing the Christian Studies Core plus six credits of upper level Bible/Theology electives (which are part of the major core).

Recommended Social Science electives:


Option: Accelerated Degree Programs


Qualified students may apply for an accelerated degree program to earn their Christian Studies (M.A.)  (MACS) or Ministry Leadership (M.A.)  (MAML) degree in one additional year instead of the typical two years. Students may also apply for an accelerated Master of Divinity (M.Div.)  program. Click here for more detailed information regarding the acceptance process for these options.

Course Requirements for MACS


Students who are accepted into the accelerated MACS program will substitute the following graduate level courses into the undergraduate degree.

Undergraduate Course

Graduate Course                                                                   

BIB 434 - Romans  

BBL 5225 - Paul and Romans  

CHM 325 - Biblical Evangelism and Missions  

CST 5234 - Theology of Missions and Outreach  

CHM 420 - Philosophy of Ministry  

MIN 5821 - Philosophy of Christian Ministry  

CHM 450X - Counseling for Church Leaders  

MIN 5215 - Pastoral Counseling  

DSC 357 - Curriculum Design for Discipleship   

MIN 5230 - Teaching for Ministry  

ICS 347 - Engaging Cultures in a Post-Postmodern World  

MIN 5218 - Social & Cultural Foundations for Ministry  

 

Click for more information about the Christian Studies (M.A.)  program.

Course Requirements for MAML


Students who are accepted into the accelerated MAML program will substitute the following graduate level courses into the undergraduate degree.

Undergraduate Course

Graduate Course                                                                   

BIB 434 - Romans  

BBL 5225 - Paul and Romans  

CHM 300 - Spiritual and Personal Formation  

MIN 6210 - Spiritual Formation for Ministry  

CHM 325 - Biblical Evangelism and Missions  

CST 5234 - Theology of Missions and Outreach  

CHM 420 - Philosophy of Ministry  

MIN 5821 - Philosophy of Christian Ministry  

CHM 450X - Counseling for Church Leaders  

MIN 5215 - Pastoral Counseling  

ICS 347 - Engaging Cultures in a Post-Postmodern World  

MIN 5218 - Social & Cultural Foundations for Ministry  

 

Click for more information about the Ministry Leadership (M.A.)  program.

Course Requirements for MDIV


Students who are accepted into the accelerated M.Div. program will substitute the following graduate level courses into the undergraduate degree.

Undergraduate Course

Graduate Course                                                                   

BIB 434 - Romans   

BBL 5225 - Paul and Romans  

CHM 300 - Spiritual and Personal Formation  

MIN 6210 - Spiritual Formation for Ministry  

CHM 325 - Biblical Evangelism and Missions  

CST 5234 - Theology of Missions and Outreach  

CHM 420 - Philosophy of Ministry   

MIN 5821 - Philosophy of Christian Ministry  

CHM 450X - Counseling for Church Leaders  

MIN 5215 - Pastoral Counseling  

DSC 357 - Curriculum Design for Discipleship  

MIN 5230 - Teaching for Ministry  

HIS 332 - Church History  

CST 5224 - History of the Church  

ICS 347 - Engaging Cultures in a Post-Postmodern World  

MIN 5218 - Social & Cultural Foundations for Ministry  

PRC 332 - Expository Preaching  

MIN 5510 - The Biblical Communicator  

PST 342 - Principles of Ministry Leadership  

MIN 5210 - Management & Administration of Christian Ministry  

THE 332 - Theology II: Human Redemption and Destiny  

CST 5235 - Theology of Christ and the Church  (fulfills CST 5223  in the M.Div.)

THE 349 - Alliance Ministries  

CST 5222 - Alliance Distinctives  (fulfills a CST elective in the M.Div.)

 

Click for more information about the Master of Divinity (M.Div.)  program.

Four-Year Suggested Program for the Youth and Family Ministries Major


Freshman Year


Spring Semester - 15 Credits


Sophomore Year


Fall Semester - 16 Credits


Spring Semester - 16 Credits


Departmental Acceptance


Students apply for departmental acceptance during their sophomore year spring semester or their junior year fall semester. A minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA, GPA of 2.5 for courses in major, and completion of half of the service credit requirements are required for departmental admission in the Youth and Family major.

Junior Year


Fall Semester - 15 Credits


Summer Semester - 0 Credits


Senior Year


Spring Semester - 16 Credits