These are some of the instructions for the Curriculum for the two year program that would help the student to better understand the program and course of study.
Seven books to complete a two year program:
1.) God’s Plan for Man – 52 Lessons to be fully completed. (156 units/credits)
2.) The Invisible War – to equip the saints for spiritual battle. Two page report in essay form.
3.) Birthing the Prophet in You – to study prophesy. Two page report in essay form.
4.) The Snake in the Glass – to study fermentation. Two page report in essay form.
5.) Understanding Your Spiritual Gifts – two page report in essay form.
6.) Honeymoon with the Holy Spirit – two page report in essay form.
7.) Sabbath? Not Saturday Not Sunday – two page report in essay form.
8.) Once a month, 3 hours of evangelizing in your local area designated by the leaders.
9.) The student, once a month, will be elected to give a 15 minute sermon in our Campus, to build up self-esteem and confidence to stand publicly and proclaim the gospel and to show his/her ability, skill and learning to glorify the Lord and Master Jesus Christ.
10.) The student must write a 30 page thesis, inspired and complete 50% of God’s Plan for Man, in order to receive a Master’s degree and graduate at a Masters level. (As well as fulfill the requirements above.)
11.) The requirements for a Certificate from the School of Ministry as a Ordained Minister is: completion of 25% of God’s Plan for Man (13 Lessons) and a passing grade on the final exam.
12.) The requirements for a Bachelors Degree are completion of 50% (26 Lessons) of God’s Plan for Man, as well as completion of, The Invisible War, The Snake in the Glass, Understanding Your Spiritual Gifts & Honeymoon with the Holy Spirit (which includes all homework and final exams.)
13.) The requirements for the Doctorate Degree are completion of the entire text (52 Lessons) of God’s Plan for Man, as well as completion of, The Invisible War, The Snake in the Glass, Understanding Your Spiritual Gifts & Honeymoon with the Holy Spirit. Additionally, all home work and final exams must receive a passing grade and a inspired Doctoral Dissertation of a minimum of 160 pages must be submitted by the student to the Academic Dean and approved by the Chancellor.
(upon the completion, passing and approval of the requisites, a cap and gown Graduation Ceremony will be given to the Graduating student.)