The Graduate School programs of study are designed to direct the candidate toward a preparation for a life of action-oriented practical ministry as pastors, evangelists, ministers, Christian educators, missionaries, Christian counselors or other creative forms of ministerial leadership for Jesus Christ. To complete these programs, the candidate must understand the power of the Word of God, the working of the Holy Spirit in the life of the believer and be able to preach, speak and write the Word under the anointing of the Holy Spirit.
Those desiring an emphasis in a specific area may design a course of study to meet their specific objectives within the degree level in which they are a candidate. In addition, each student is expected to develop and show an understanding of the skills necessary for effective leadership in the ministry of Jesus Christ, the church and on the job. The Graduate student must have a 3.0 grade average.
GRADUATE DEGREES OFFERED:
- To provide the degree candidate a comprehensive understanding of the Word of God from an analytical viewpoint of what is happening in the moving of the Holy Spirit in today’s world.
- To prepare the degree candidate for dynamic and effective leadership in the ministry to which they aspire.
- To stimulate the degree candidate to maximize their full potential to turn out to be all that God envisions for them to be.
- To provide the degree candidate the opportunity for creative expression and practice of ministry under professional direction in an academic setting of Competency-Based Performance Objectives.
- To provide the stimulus for reading, research and scholarly writing in the chosen field of ministry.
GRADUATE PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
GRADUATE FOUNDATION CORE:
All candidates who are matriculating from another college to Zoe University for graduate study with earned Bachelor or Master Degrees will be required to take the 18 semester credit hours Prerequisite Foundation Core in addition to the 33 semester credit hours of degree requirements unless exempted by the Admission Committee.