Educational and Developmental - Age-Level Specialization CE 520 STUDIES IN PSYCHOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS (2) Designed for those with limited back­ grounds in psychological foundations of ministry. Content selected on the basis of deficiencies. Admission by signature only. CE 521 PSYCHOLOGICAL FOUNDA­ TIONS OF CHRISTIAN MIN ISTRY AND LIFESTYLE (4) Investigating into the major issues of edu­ cational psychology including growth and deve lopment, learning theory, mot ivation, individual differences, self-concept, human nature, determinism, social interaction, maladjustment, discipline, moral influence and retention. Discussion of the major the­ ories and theorists of psychology. Integra­ tion of theology and psychology an empha­ sis. Also investigation into personality de­ velopment as it relates to Christian growth and lifestyle. Prescribed for MA (CE.) students. CE 623 TESTS AND MEASUREMENTS IN EDUCATION (2) Theory of testing and the functions of measurements in re ligious education. Su­ pervised practice in the use and interpre­ tation of specific tests and measurement devices relevant to the educational pro­ gram of the church. Elective. CE 625-626 MIN ISTRY THROUGH SPE­ CIAL EDUCATION (2,2) Educational procedures useful in Christian instruction of the deaf and bli nd (625) An int ensive study and survey of the mentally retarded and the emotionally disturbed as well as the gifted, with emphasis upon edu­ cational techniques and methodology (626). The development of a program of Christian education w ithin the local church a major portion of the course. Elective.

CE 651 EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOP­ MENT AND EDUCATION (2) The child from birth to age five years with emphasis on parental education w ithin the church, implication of development for Christian education and organization of church ministries related to preschool edu­ cation. Consideration given to basic teach­ ing and ministering skills. Elective. CE 653 CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION (Same as PT 753) (2) The child from age six to 12 years with emphasis on development of moral and religious values, cognitive processes and social relationships. In addition, an analysis 1s made of home and church ministries re­ lated to childhood education. Emphasis given to basic teaching and ministering skills. Elective. CE 661 YOUTH DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION (Same as PT 761) (2) Finding and meeting adolescent needs, w1·iting objectives for youth ministry, lead­ ership of learning experiences and out­ reach experiences, disciple-building and review of available resources. Develop­ ment of personal plans for ministry Elective. CE 662 YOUTH LEADERSH IP (2) Emphasis on the leadership role in the local church, college campuses and mission field. Development of a youth leadership pro­ gram within the local church. Study of ex­ tra-church organizations and parent-teen relationships and ministry emphasized. Elective. CE 671 YOUNG ADULT DEVELOP­ MENT AND EDUCATION (Same as PT 771) (2) Survey of issues confronting young adults in contemporary life and opportunities for the church within the concept of ministry to ass ist those in young adulthood 1n meet­ ing these issues. Special attention to the areas of si ngle adults and single parents. Elective.

CE 540 APPLIED MUSIC (Same as PT 540) ( 1-2) Includes private study as wel l as ensemble. May be repeated to a maximum of six un its. Elective.

CE 672 OLDER ADULT DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION (Same as PT7 772) (2) Focus on the gerontological needs (i .e., physiological, sociological, psychological) of older adults and on the opportunities for the church 1 within the concept of ministry to work with the community to assist in meeting these needs. Emphasis on the val­ ue of educational development and the older person's s1gn1ficance and need to contribute to the church body. Elective. CE 678 MIDDLE ADULT DEVELOP­ MENT AND EDUCATION (Same as PT 778) (2) A study of issues and developmental tasks of adults in the middle years. Attention to the ministry of meeting the needs and uti­ lizing the potential of mid-life adults. Elective. Educational Principles, Meth­ odology and Special Skills CE 530 STUDIES IN PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS (2) Designed for those with limited back­ grounds in phil osophical foundat ions of min istry. Content selected on the basis of deficiencies. Admission by signature only. CE 53 1 PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDA­ TIONS OF MINISTRY (2) Investigation into the theological, historical and philosophical foundations which un­ derlie Christian ministry. Designed to aid students in forming a foundation in which to respond to crucial issues in ministry. Prescribed for MA (CE.) and MA (M.FM. ) students. CE 532 PHILOSOPHICAL ISSUES IN MINISTRY (2) Investigation of current practices of minis­ try through an analytical perspective. De­ signed to help the minister evaluate minis­ tries and respond with remedial or enrich­ ment strategies. Prerequ isite CE 531 or equivalent. Prescribed for MA (CE.) and MA (M.F.M.) students.


Analysis of ministries of edification as they relate to the personal, the interpersonal, the cong1·egational and the administrative aspects of ministry with people of all ages (631 ). Analysis of worship and witness ministries in and emanating from the church (632). In both courses focus is on the exploration of various methods and resources available for ministry and on t he development of individual skills in commu­ nicating and leadi ng in these ministr ies. Prescribed for MA (CE.) students. CE 631 prescribed for MDiv. (CE. maJor) students. CE 633-634 PRINCI PLES OF RESEARCH ( I , I ) Basic methods of educational research with assessment of each method for use in religious education. Introduct ion to stat isti­ cal measurements. For mulation and imple­ mentation of research projects in ministry situations. Required of reduced MACE. students. CE 638 CURRENT TREN DS IN CHRIS­ TIAN EDUCATION (2) Ident ify ing and understanding t hose issues which are of primary conce rn to the field of Christian education today. Opportunity will be provided for individual and group research in areas of personal concern. The course will investigate current educational trends, alternative church educat ion pat ­ terns and new forms of ministry. Elective. CE 641 RELIG IO US DRAMATICS (2) The place and value of re ligious drama. Criteria for play selection and rea_ding in the field. Elements of production with practical ways of making light ing equip­ ment, costumes and set designing. Elective.


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