M.T.S. Student Learning Outcomes
Each program student learning outcome (PO) is supported by student learning outcome elements. The student learning outcome elements cover professional (P), affective (A), and cognitive (C) student learning outcomes.
- (PO1) The student will demonstrate the ability to interpret and communicate God’s Word accurately via a biblically Pentecostal worldview.
- (P1) The student will demonstrate proper implementation of Pentecostal-biblical-hermeneutical principles and their application to the modern believer via teaching, preaching, research, and writing.
- (A1) The student will demonstrate an appreciation for interpretive models contrary to his/her theological worldview.
- (C1) The student will demonstrate a historical and theological understanding of hermeneutical principles.
- (PO2) The student will demonstrate a proficiency in biblical Hebrew and Greek.
- (P2) The student will effectively translate texts of the biblical Hebrew and Greek.
- (A2) The student will display confidence in discussing the importance biblical Hebrew and Greek have on textual studies.
- (C2) The student will demonstrate knowledge of biblical Hebrew and Greek vocabulary, grammar, and syntax.
- (PO3) The student will demonstrate a knowledge of biblical studies, theology, and church history.
- (P3) The student will compare and contrast varying theological perspectives.
- (A3) The student will apply theological perspectives to his or her Christian life.
- (C3) The student will display a grasp of biblical, theological, and historical concepts.
- (PO4) The student will demonstrate Pentecostal Christian values grounded on the Bible.
- (P4) The student will portray habits grounded on the Bible within a ministry context.
- (A4) The student will exhibit a passion for Pentecostal ministry in everyday life.
- (C4) The student will illustrate what it means to be a Pentecostal Christian according to the Bible.