The primary purpose of the curriculum of the New Foundation Theological Seminary is, and has been from its inception, the formation of servant leaders for ministries of compassion and justice for all God’s people. Our offerings have evolved in content and focus over the years as the church’s understanding of ministry has enriched and grown. The present curriculum is informed and guided by the ministry canons of the Christian faith and accredited by the Accrediting Commission International (ACI).
Our Masters of Humanities and Religious Studies program courses involve didactic, engaged, experiential, and applied learning styles and formats. During our intensive classes, material is presented through lecture, discussion, audiovisual methods, and in-class practice. A student is expected to supplement every hour of in-class time with three hours of home study including reading, preparation of papers, and activities that use the internet. Instructors consult together and seek to integrate their different classes into a mutually reinforcing and coherent whole.
Masters of Humanities and Religions Studies
Students must complete all courses with satisfactory scores and essays as required.
Crisis Counseling I
Church History I
Great Men and Women of the Bible I
Crisis Counseling II
Church History II
Great Men and Women of the Bible II
Systematic Theology I
Pre-Marital Counseling I
Systematic Theology II
Pre-Marital Counseling II