CCST-Christian Studies

CCST 2200 Research and Writing in Christian Studies

This course is designed to improve the research and writing skills of students for academic and ministry purposes. Prerequisite: CSBS 1311 or CSBS 1312 and ENGL 1321. This is a Writing Emphasis course.


CCST 3300 Christianity and Life

Students will apply Christian perspectives to selected issues in contemporary life. Students will explore biblical, historical, theological, and/or ethical insights. The course will examine various contemporary topics based on the expertise and interest of the professor.

CCST 3301 Spiritual Formation

This course is a study of the theology, processes and practices of the formation in the believer of the character of Christ by the ministry of the Spirit for the sake of others. Attention is given to the practices of personal and corporate spiritual disciplines. Prerequisites: CSBS 1311 and CSBS 1312.

CCST 4190 Senior Capstone

Through readings, research and writing, Christian studies students complete their university learning experience. The course emphasizes the formulation of theoretical, ethical and practical perspectives in the students’ chosen areas of Christian study and vocational service. Students also prepare for and take assessment examinations and complete program evaluations during the course. This is a Writing Emphasis course.