AH ISTORY OF OUR SCHOOL

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Degree program(s) of study offered by Cumberland University have
been declared exempt from the requirements for licensure under
provisions of North Carolina General Statutes (G.S.)116-15(d) for
exemption from licensure with respect to religious education.




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Index

Greetings from the President---------------------------------------------------------------- 4
Greetings from the International President ----------------------------------------------- 5
A History of our School--------------------------------------------------------------------- 6
Purpose of CU--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6
CU   Education Technique -------------------------------------------------------------------- 7
Statement of Faith----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 7
School Precepts ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 7
CU Credentialing------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 7
Distant Education characteristics ----------------------------------------------------------- 8
CU Special Qualities-------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8
Tuition and Fee-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9
Financial Assistance -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9
Information for Scholarship Funds---------------------------------------------------------- 10
Grade Results Conversion Standard-------------------------------------------------------- 10
Academic Calendar--------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10
About Cumberland University’s Matriculation------------------------------------------- 11
Admission Information---------------------------------------------------------------------- 11
Tuition & Fee Payment Method ------------------------------------------------------------ 12
Frequently Asked Questions ---------------------------------------------------------------- 12
Requirements for Admission----------------------------------------------------------------- 14
Requirements for Graduation---------------------------------------------------------------- 14
Causes for Expulsion-------------------------------------------------------------------------- 16
Program of Study ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 17
Bachelors Program --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 18
Masters Program ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 32
Doctors Program ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 38
University Personnel-------------------------------------------------------------------------- 46
Application for Admission ------------------------------------------------------------------ 48




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 Greetings from the President
Students! Welcome to Cumberland University. A great
opportunity awaits you like none that you have ever had before.
Cumberland University was established and developed with you
in mind in an effort to follow Gods Word in “preparing” His
people for a life of sacrificial service to Him. The Apostle Paul
tells us in Romans 12:1 to”... Offer our bodies as a living sacrifice,
holy and pleasing to God, which is a spiritual act of worship.
To do this we must first hear His calling and then respond by preparing ourselves to enter
into the mission area that He has called us. If you feel that God has called you into the
mission field to serve Him, Cumberland University will prepare you to answer His calling.
In Proverbs 27:11 we learn that we can make Gods heart joyful by being wise. Please
prayerfully consider letting Cumberland University serve your every need as you prepare
to serve Him!
Cumberland University is committed to the Biblical and Theological education and
practical training of men and women that will lead to the spiritual revitalization of the
Church and global evangelization. This commitment serves as the driving force behind
who we are and what we do - whether it is our degree plans, curriculum design, or
ministry outreach. Our University is founded on the Faith that Jesus Christ died for our
sins, died, was buried, and rose again on the third day according to the Scriptures. Out of
this simple faith springs the desire, and complex worldwide mission, to spread Gods
message throughout the world that all people may have eternal life through Jesus Christ
our Lord. Thus, my desire for your life is three-fold: to study and delight in God's Word,
to train men and women for the revitalization of the Church, and to evangelize the
world. As described in our catalogue, all this can be accomplished either through our on
campus program here in North Carolina or through our off campus, distant education
program. The Apostle Paul set the model for selecting and training church leaders by
providing a profile of character skills as outlined in the Pastoral Epistles (1 Timothy, 2
Timothy, and Titus). Graduates from Cumberland University will be trained to foster
spiritual health in themselves and others, to merge Biblical and Theological solutions to
everyday problems, to successfully manage people, process and resources to fulfill the
vision that God has given them, and promote spiritual renewal in the Church.
We look forward to meeting you and help you to prepare for a lifetime of service to our
Lord, Jesus Christ.
                      Dr. Chester M. Martin



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                    국제 총장 인사말
                      사람은 누구나 자신이 소원하는 바를 성취하고
                      행복하게 살고 싶어하는 욕망을 가지고 있습니다.
                      그러나 자신의 미래에 대하여 긍정적인 소망과
                      확신을 가지고 사는 사람들은 많지 않으며 미래의
                      꿈을 가지고 사는 사람들 가운데서도 성공을 이루고
                      행복을 누리면서 사는 사람들은 많지가 않습니다.
                      이것이 인간의 안타까움이요 불행인 것입니다.
                      하지만 오늘 컴벌랜드대학교의 문을 두드리신 여러분
들은 반드시 성공하여 만족스러운 행복한 삶을 누리게 될 줄로 믿습니다.
왜냐하면 당신은 지금 성공과 행복의 목적지를 향한 시발점(출발선상)에 서 있기
때문입니다.
그러므로 당신은 지금 출발(입학)만 하면 반드시 목적지(졸업. 학위)에 도달하여 꿈을
이루고 만족스러운 삶을 누리게 될 것입니다.               하지만 당신이 만일 일등 인생만을
꿈꾸고 산다면 아마 당신도 실패하게 될 수 있습니다. 수많은 사람들 가운데 일등은
오직   한   사람뿐이기   때문입니다.    일등만을        고집하며   인생을   살아간다면   삶이
고달프고 피곤하게 됩니다.       실패하고 좌절할 확률이(99%) 높습니다.            그러므로
당신은 지금 부터 성공을 보장받는 안전한 길을 택하십시오,                 일등과 인류 의식을
버리고 요셉과 링컨이 걸었던 성실한 길을 택하십시오.                 요셉이나 아브라함 링컨과
같은 사람들은 일등 대신 밑바닥의 길을 걸었지만 성실과 인내가 거름이 되어 성공의
열매를 거두었던 사람들입니다.        자신의 환경이나 머리(IQ)만을 탓하면서 공부하지
않는 사람들은 성공과는 거리가 먼 졸장부들이요, 일등이나 일류만을 고집하며
경쟁적으로 삶을 살아가는 사람들은 실패와 좌절의 무덤에 빠지기 쉬운 일류병
환자들입니다. 그러므로 당신은 환경이나 머리만을 탓하는 졸장부가 되어서는 안되며,
일류만을 고집하며 스스로 실패와 불행의 무덤을 파는 어리석은 자가 되어서도
안됩니다. 아브라함과 링컨과 요셉처럼 성실성을 가지고 안전하고 확실한 성공의
길을 가야 합니다. 그 길이 곧 성공의 길입니다.
컴벌랜드대학교는 일류에 속한 대학교는 아니지만 당신의 꿈을 키워주고 성취
시켜줄 수 있는 좋은 대학교입니다. CU 는 하나님의 은혜와 축복 속에 발전을 하고
있는 소망이 넘치는 대학입니다. CU 는 캠퍼스 수업과 통신 수업을 병행하여 시행하고
있는 대학으로서 학사, 석사, 박사 학위를 수여하는 대학교 입니다. CU 의 모든
교수들과 직원들은 당신의 입학을 환영합니다. 그리고 귀하의 학업과 졸업과 학위
취득을 위해 최선을 다할 것입니다. CU 에서 당신의 꿈을 키우시기를 바랍니다. 연락
주시면 친절하게 안내해 드리겠습니다.
하나님의 은총이 함께 하시기를 기원합니다.
 컴벌랜드대학교 국제총장       Dr. David T. Kim

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  * A History of our School

Cumberland University was established in Queens, New York in February 20, 1994, by Dr.
David T. Kim. The mission and purpose of Cumberland University is providing help to
religious and Christian leaders of tomorrow to achieve their complete educational goals in
becoming successful world leaders.
Formally known as the Immanuel Theological Seminary it was operated and administrated
as a school and was approved by the state of New York (certification No.941216000090).
 During the 10 years of growth, the Immanuel Theological Seminary graduated many
successful students, who benefited from the vast knowledge of the great and highly
qualified professors who taught them.
In June of 2002 the school purchased 17 acres of land in Fayetteville, North Carolina and
was up graded from the Seminary school to University status.
The Cumberland University was established in the state of North Carolina by The
University of North Carolina Board of Governors (G.S.116-15(d) as a Religious education
institution and was made: Exempt from licensure) recognized as University degree
licensure.
The United States Internal Revenue Service also approved and has recognized
Cumberland University as an approved non-profit organization.
Our University now offers sixteen degree programs and courses of study on campus and
off campus suited for need and convenience.
 Bachelors, Masters, and Doctoral degrees programs are offered both on campus and
distance learning for on line students who seek to achieve educational Excellence.


 * Purpose of Establishment

The Cumberland University is based on the Christian faith with its primary purpose to
assist Christian men and women to be successful leaders in the educational field of their
choice. Our school mission is to provide the highest quality education to all students
seeking a higher education. We offer students who do not have the time to attend regular,
on-site locations a technique to study at their own time and pace and where they choose.
The Distance Courses (off campus) will provide the same quality instructions and core
curriculum as on campus programs and courses.




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* CU Education Technique

Cumberland University offers to students the options of studying on campus, and distance
(off campus) learning and at their own pace and convenience.
CU programs are uniquely designed for the student who wishes to achieve educational
goals. CU offers schedules not previously available to working adults or high school
graduates with limited resources. CU offers programs that are easily understood and will
fulfill and provide quality instructions leading to a fully accredited Diploma and Degree at
the successful completion of programs.



* Statement of Faith


* We believe that there is one God, eternally existent in three persons: Father, Son, and
 Holy Spirit.
* We believe the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments.
* We believe that Jesus Christ was begotten of the Holy Spirit and born of the Virgin
  Mary and is true God and true man.
* We believe that the Lord Jesus died for our sins according to the Scriptures as a
  representative sacrifice for all those who believe in him.
* We believe in the spiritual unity of believers in our Lord Jesus Christ, and seek
  community together, to "become more and more in every way like Christ who is the
  Head of His body, the church.
* We are a God-centered, Church and fully Comply with the reformation faith and
  principles of the Holy Bible.



* School Precepts

* Being scholar's investigator
* Cultivating honest minds.
* Promoting a sincere, genuine and earnest lifestyle.
* Maintaining a life of confidence and popularity based on the principles of (faith hope,
  love & charity)




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 * School Credential
ITS: USNYED (No.941216000090)
School Corporation: State of North Carolina. DSS Certificate No.6877504-1
NCDR: 105-125 & 105-130.11(a) (3)
Federal ID. 55-0792184.         IRS. 501(C) (3)
The University of North Carolina Board of Governors (G.S.116-15(d))
   (G.S 116-5 .d) For exemption from licensure with respect to religious education.

Accreditation:       National Private Schools Accreditation Alliance (NPSAA)
                     Transworld Accrediting Commission International (TACI)
Membership:         United State Distance Learning Association (USDLA)
                     American Library Association (ALA)


* Distant Education characteristics
Students who are desirous of                attaining higher educational standards by   achieving
degrees    from an accredited University at affordable tuition fees, over a shorter period of
the time, to accelerate their degree programs.
For the students who can study on their own time at their own pace and convenience, thru
the distance learning and (off campus) all degree programs are available.
The distance learning students will be provided with self study materials which are easily
understandable and uncomplicated to take an examination with review contents.
The materials contain examinations that are designed to accurately assess and review the
contents of the course study materials.
It allows full preparation for end of course examinations and maintains that the courses are
fully understandable and provide valuable and enjoyable information needed for
completion of programs.




* CU Unique Quality.

  Cumberland University offers:
* Online, Distance, Accelerated and On-campus programs.
* Cumberland University awards Degrees at the Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral levels
  to qualified students who have completed their respective areas of study in Class Room,
  Distance Learning and by Accelerated Programs.
* Students who have chosen distance or on-line learning may transfer to class room
  (On-campus) to acquire advance degrees.

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* Recipients of Cumberland University’s Divinity Masters Degree are eligible for
 ordination and license to serve as Pastors or in other outreach Ministries.
 Class sizes are controlled to give optimum learning and interaction with professors.
* Cumberland   University fees are extremely competitive and affordable.
* Cumberland University allows students to study in their native Language and English to
  achieve a degree at every level.
* The CU graduates with a masters degree in Theology is immediately eligible for
  ordination as a licensed Pastor



   Cumberland University Tuition and Fees

 Doctoral Course-Per Credit ($ 170.00)       1 Semester 10 Credit × $170= $1,700.00
 Master Course- Per Credit ($ 150.00)        1 Semester 12 Credit × $150= $1,800.00
 Bachelor Course- Per Credit ($ 130.00)      1 Semester 15 Credit × $130= $1,950.00
 Certificate Course - Per Credit ($ 50.00) 1 Semester Credit Hours × $50=
 Application Fee (one- time)                                   $ 35.00
 Administration Fee (Non USA Citizen/Resident)                $ 200.00
 Registration fee (Semester)                                  $50.00
 Books $250/semester (estimate)     Internet text             No Fee


1. Refund Policies:
The tuition and fees are refunded as scheduled below.
Written notification of withdrawal must be submitted to the business office.
          During the 5 days                         100%
          During the 10 days                        75%
          During the 15 days                        50%
          During the 20 days                        25%
          After the 21 days                   No Refund


2. All Refunds will be processed within approximately 4-6 weeks.
  a. The payments in check form will be mailed to the student’s address on record.
  b. Credit Card payments will be refunded to the credit card used.
  Please note: The above policies can be changed or revised without any notice.


* Information for Scholarship Funds
Certain limited scholarship funds are available.           These are granted to students on the
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basis of need and availability of funds.
Students desiring assistance should submit a Tuition Assistance Form to the Scholarship
Committee and a brief biography requesting need for assistance.
The following are scholarships which have been established by Cumberland University:


 1. Aide Association Scholarship
 2. President’s Scholarship
 3. Alumni Association Scholarship
 4. Academic Achievement Scholarship
 5. Active Foreign Missionary Tuition Scholarship
 6. Christian Service Scholarship
 7. Student Couple Discount (Husband & Wife studying together.)



Financial Assistance is available to qualified applicants.

* Grade Results conversion standard.

CU converts grade results by following standard.
Estimated results by 100% (100 points full marks) all and select 4.5 grades system.
A+ 4.5             A   4.0           A- 3.7             * P= Pass             * F= Failing
B+ 3.5             B   3.0           B- 2.7             * I= Incomplete       * CR=received-
C+ 2.5             C   2.0           C- 1.7             * IP=In Progress      * TR= transferred-
D+ 1.5             D   1.0           D- 0.7             * W=Withdrawal        * NC=No Credit


* Academic Calendar

Spring Semester:         Second Week of January - Third Week of April
Summer Semester:         First Week of May - Second Week of August
Fall Semester:           First Week of September - Second Week of December


* Students of Distance Learning programs and courses can enter the school at any time.
The annual graduation ceremonies and commencement exercises and seminars are
scheduled for distance learners and for on- campus students at the same time, scheduled
for the last 2 weeks in May.
Candidates are required to attend seminars on campus sessions prior to graduation.

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* About CU Matriculation

1. The Bachelor’s Degree
1) CU will not discriminate by age, sex, race, nationality, color, creed or religion.
Cumberland University is an equal opportunity institution.
2) The undergraduate degree program will accept the candidate who has achieved High
  School Diploma or GED certification with equal substitution.


2. Master's Degree
* A person who has graduated from college and has a Bachelor's Degree.


3. Doctoral Program
* A person who holds a Master's Degree or with equal substitution.
  (Students can study in discipline with a major of their choice    and for additional credits,
life experience credits are also assessed and granted with verifiable references.


4. Certificate and Diploma Programs Offered
The certificate programs are not related to the degree qualifications and diploma
certification
* Students wishing to attend Cumberland University must have a TOEFL point higher
than 550, or have taken the ESL class and passed the entrance exam from CU.
* The student who has transferred can be admitted to CU with a complete transcript in
credit hours studies in the relevant subject.
* Students who apply for distance learning courses will be accepted based on the
documents that are presented with the application.
Life experience credits can be submitted for evaluation and acceptance in      the desired
field of study.



CU Admission Information


* Completed Cumberland University Application
*Three recent wallet sized or passport sized photographs.
* Resume with the specific degree and area of study you are seeking.
* Letter of Application to CU
* Graduation Certificate or Transcripts from previous Institutions attended

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Tuition & Fee Payment Method
1) Check or Money Order (Payable to Cumberland University)
2) Bank wire: Cumberland University.
   Bank of America Routing ID No. 053000196 and Account No.0006 9029 0547.
   Bank Address: 324 Mason St. Fayetteville NC 28301. USA
3) Credit Card No.                                                    Exp
   Card Holders Name                                 Credit Card Type:



* CU Tuition and Fees


 Doctoral Course-Per Credit ($ 170.00) 1 Semester 10 Credit × $170= $1,700.00
 Master Course- Per Credit ($ 150.00)    1 Semester 12 Credit × $150= $1,800.00
 Bachelor Course- Per Credit ($ 130.00) 1 Semester 15 Credit × $130= $1,950.00
 Associate Degree Program: $100.00 per Credit Hour
 Certificate Course - Per Credit ($ 50.00) 1 Semester Credit Hours × $50=
 Application Fee (one- time)                              $ 35.00
 Administration Fee (Non USA Citizen)                    $ 200.00
 Registration fee (Semester)                               $50.00
 Books $250/semester (estimate)




* Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How will Cumberland University process my application?


A: The School Academic Affairs Section will audit your applications and will approve
   or deny your applications after assessment.
Registration fee and the relevant documents must be received with your application.
   If matriculation is approved, CU will send a written acknowledgement:
   General information that includes curriculum and class schedules.
You will also receive your Identification number upon approval of application.


Q: How do I get material for my classes?


A: The subject course materials can be acquired thru e-mail, fax, or by telephone request.

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Cumberland University will mail your materials to the address on record upon receipt of
the appropriate fees by check, wire transfer or by credit or debit card.


Q: If I am a distant learner, what do I do when I get my class Materials?


A: 1) When you receive all your class materials and lecture guide book, review and verify
that you have received the correct material.


 2) It is the student’s responsibility to send in all the assignments and examination paper
  to CU for evaluation of their grades; CU will then return the results.


Q: How do I advance to the next Level?


A: On Campus Student Term- should take regular classes and complete the semester by
passing the relevant exams. Distant learners (off campus) –advances when they have
completed, submitted and passed all their work assignments.
Advancement depends on the student’s application and ability and grades.


 After tuition fees are received for next class, CU will update Students' Records and
forward study materials to the address on record.


If you have any further questions, please contact us by e-mail or fax.
We will contact you and address your concerns and or observations.


Cumberland University
Telephone (910)484-8222.
Fax (910)484-6613
*Web Site: www.cuusa.org
E-Mail: ① cuusa82@hotmail.com
         ② cuusa82@yahoo.co.kr
For English Speaking Students Email; Floridaschools@msn.com
Address: 2471 Dunn Rd. Fayetteville NC 28312. U.S.A.




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Requirements for Admission:

The following items will be reviewed by the Admissions Committee
for the Bachelor level programs for which the student applied:


NOTE:     Cumberland University was founded in 1994 with a goal to train young men and women
in service to Jesus Christ. Students can choose among a comprehensive selection of Bachelor,
Graduate, and Doctoral level studies as outlined in our University Catalogue. Fees for Admission
are listed below:


Application Fee $35 (one-time)
Bachelor Programs= $130/hour;
Master Programs = $150/hour;
Doctorate Programs = $170/hour.
Registration Fee $50/semester
Books $250/semester (estimate)
Administration Fee(Non USA Citizen) $200




Courses of Study and time to complete each:

Each course of study is planned to cover a four-year period. However, students may take
less or more time to complete their program of study, depending on acceptable reasons.
All course work must be complete within seven (7) years unless there are extenuating
circumstances.



Requirements for Graduation:
All students must meet the minimum requirements for graduation.
·Complete the Graduation Application within the timeline required for the appropriate
 program of study.
·Ensure that your name is spelled accurately as desired to be on the diploma.
·Meet all academic and financial requirements for graduation, this includes all course
 Requirements, portfolios, dissertations, comprehensive exams, transfer credits, etc.
 necessary.


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In addition to other regulations governing graduation as stated in the Cumberland
University Catalog, Masters and Doctorate Programs must meet the following requirements:


1. Three Letters of Recommendation.
At least one letter must be from a pastor and, if possible, one from a professor. All should be
obtained from individuals qualified to address the applicant's maturity, academic performance,
motivation, and ethics. Letters must be received by mail from its author.


2. A 400 word Letter of Intent specifying the applicant's purpose and academic goals for
  attending Cumberland University.
  NOTE: It is the intent of Cumberland University to accept those students who have shown by
  their foundational experiences, studies, and desires that they feel led by the Lord to pursue a
  higher education to Glorify the Kingdom of God.


3. Professional Vita, including degrees earned, ministry and/or counseling experience, and
  career goals.


4. Official Transcripts received officially from all previous college-level academic work.
  Applicants must have an earned Master's degree or its equivalent from an accredited
  Seminary or graduate school, with a GPA of at least 3.00 on a 4.0 scale.
 The Board of Directors of Cumberland University will determine if schools attended by the
applicant meets the accepted standards of accreditation for admission.


5. GRE scores (combined score of 1000 desired for Quantitative and Verbal Sections)
 **. MAT scores may be accepted.


6. TOEFL score (if native language is not English): with a minimum score of 550 on paper
  version of test and 225 on computer version of test.


7. If admitted, the student will make an appointment with a faculty advisor.
  Together they will evaluate the student’s admission materials and create a plan of study,
  Including appropriate foundational, core, and concentration courses and majors.


8. The students complete admissions portfolio will then be presented to the University
   Admissions Committee, which upon signed agreement, will become the graduation contract
   between the University and the student.

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9. The student will meet all financial requirements before the admission process is completed.
Causes for Expulsion:

All students are expected to conduct themselves in accordance with Biblical principles in
every aspect of life. If a student violates a Biblical principle, the University will approach
the student in accordance with the principles as outlined in Matthew 18:15 until the issue
is resolved. If, however, this approach is unsuccessful, the student will be expelled
according to specific religious, ethical, moral and/or legal issues regarding the incident or
incidences and in accordance with local, state, and federal rules governing expulsions.


 Marketing for the Cumberland University students
The Cumberland University is based on Christian faith and the purpose to assist Christian
leaders. Cumberland University offers a high quality of education through qualified and
extremely knowledgeable professors and faculty members, for both on and off campus
students.
  For the distance learning students, we offer unique On-line programs of expedient
methods accessing their own choice of time to study.
The CU purpose is to achieve educational goals for students who seek success in various
fields of endeavor.


CU offers the following Courses

Bachelors Programs
Bachelor of Theology (B.Th)
Bachelor of Early Childhood Education in Christian (BECE)
Bachelor of Christian Education (BCE)
Bachelor of Christian Music (BCM)
Bachelor of Christian Counseling (BCC)
Bachelor of Social Welfare in Religion (BSWR)
Bachelor of Physical Education Mission (BPEM)


Masters Programs
Master of Divinity (M.Div)
Master of Christian Education (MCE)
Master of Christian Counseling (MCC)
Master of Christian Music (MCM)
Master of Business Administration in Religion (MBAR)
Master of Theology (M.Th)
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Doctoral Programs
Doctor of Ministry (D.Min)
Doctor of Religious Philosophy (DRP)
Doctor of Religious Education (DRE)
Doctor of Christian Counseling (DCC)
Doctor of Religious Music (DRM)
Doctor of Oriental Health in Ministry (DOHM)
Doctor of Theology (Th.D)




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Bachelor of Theology Program
This program will establish the fundamentals of theology and the knowledge of Christian
belief through biblical teachings of the evangelical reformed theology. Students will
acquire necessary skills needed to become effective pastor, educator, missionary, and
social worker, both in theory and in practice by serving at a local church and engaging in
various activities and programs.



First Semester
English 1                                                  /3
American History                                           /3
Bible Doctrine                                             /3
Prayer                                                     /3
Pauline Epistles                                           /3



Second Semester
English 2                                                  /3
Introduction to Education                                  /3
American Government                                        /3
Introduction to the New Testament                          /3
International Evangelism                                   /3



Third Semester
Introduction to Psychology                                 /3
American Literature                                        /3
Introduction to the Old Testament                          /3
Biblical Theology of Missions                              /3
Christian Education                                        /3



Fourth Semester
Educational Psychology                                     /3
World History                                              /3
Christian Ethics                                           /3

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Doctrine of Holy Spirit                    /3
The Bible as Literature                    /3


Fifth Semester
English Literature                         /3
Introduction to Philosophy                 /3
Church History 1                           /3
Introduction to Pastoral Care              /3
Introduction to the Bible                  /3


Sixth Semester
Public Administration                      /3
Christian Education Ministry               /3
Systematic Theology                        /3
Church History 2                           /3
Preaching Practicum                        /3


Seventh Semester
Introduction to Music                      /3
Survey of World Religions                  /3
Biblical Theology of Missions              /3
Evangelism and Church Growth               /3
Systematic Theology 2                      /3


Eighth Semester
Educational Research                       /3
Counseling                                 /3
Christology                                /3
Christian Worship                          /3
Spiritual Gifts and Ministries             /3




                                 Total Credit Hours / 120



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Bachelor of Christian Education Program

Academic Goal
The program will focus on theological reflections on practice and includes field study.
Through church education theory and practice, the goal is to produce educators who will
focus on nurturing the church members.



First Semester
English 1                                                 /3
American History                                          /3
Bible Doctrine                                            /3
Methods of Teaching Bible – Elementary                    /3
Pauline Epistles                                          /3



Second Semester
English 2                                                 /3
Introduction to Education                                 /3
American Government                                       /3
Introduction to the New Testament                         /3
Methods of Teaching Bible – Secondary                     /3



Third Semester
Introduction to Psychology                                /3
American Literature                                       /3
Introduction to the Old Testament                         /3
Biblical Theology of Missions                             /3
Christian Education



Fourth Semester
Educational Psychology                                    /3
World History                                             /3
Christian Ethics                                          /3

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Doctrine of Holy Spirit                          /3
The Bible as Literature                          /3



Fifth Semester
English Literature                               /3
Introduction to Philosophy                       /3
International Evangelism                         /3
Introduction to Pastoral Care                    /3
Introduction to the Bible                        /3



Sixth Semester
Public Administration                            /3
Christian Education Ministry                     /3
Systematic Theology 1                            /3
Church History 2                                 /3
History and Philosophy of Education              /3


Seventh Semester
Introduction to Music                            /3
Biblical Theology of Missions                    /3
Evangelism and Church Growth                     /3
Systematic Theology 2                            /3
Ministry to Children                             /3


Eighth Semester
Educational Research                             /3
Counseling                                       /3
Christian Worship                                /3
Survey of World Religions                        /3
Childhood Nature and Needs                       /3


                                           Total Credit Hours / 120



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Bachelor of Christian Music Program
The program will prepare students in the field of church music to effectively serve at a
local church as a music conductor or a director of music. As such, this program will
concentrate on practical music that may be readily used during worship.



First Semester
English 1                                                  /3
American History                                           /3
Bible Doctrine                                             /3
Prayer                                                     /3
Music History                                              /3



Second Semester
English 2                                                  /3
Introduction to Education                                  /3
American Government                                        /3
Introduction to the New Testament                          /3
Music in Christian Education                               /3



Third Semester
Introduction to Psychology                                 /3
Introduction to the Old Testament                          /3
Biblical Theology of Missions                              /3
Christian Education                                        /3
Music Theory                                               /3



Fourth Semester
Educational Psychology                                     /3
World History                                              /3
Christian Ethics                                           /3
Doctrine of Holy Spirit                                    /3
Applied Music in Voice, Piano or Vocal Ensemble            /3

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Fifth Semester
English Literature                                  /3
Introduction to Philosophy                          /3
Church History 1                                    /3
Introduction to the Bible                           /3
Aural Skills                                        /3



Sixth Semester
Public Administration                               /3
Christian Education Ministry                        /3
Preaching Practicum                                 /3
Applied Music in Voice, Piano or Vocal Ensemble     /3
Music Worship                                       /3



Seventh Semester
Introduction to Music                               /3
Survey of World Religions                           /3
Biblical Theology of Missions                       /3
Music in Christian Education                        /3
Conducting                                          /3



Eighth Semester
Educational Research                                /3
Counseling                                          /3
Christian Worship                                   /3
Music Ministry                                      /3
Spiritual Gifts and Ministries                      /3


                                              Total Credit Hours / 120




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Bachelor of Christian Counseling Program

Academic Goal
The goal of this program is to produce church counseling advisors, counseling
missionaries, and/or social workers who would effectively spread the gospel while
providing biblical and spiritual counseling in an effort to heal those who are neglected,
diseased, emotional disorders and suffering.



First Semester
English 1                                                  /3
American History                                           /3
Bible Doctrine                                             /3
Prayer                                                     /3
Introduction to Counseling                                 /3



Second Semester
English 2                                                  /3
Introduction to Education                                  /3
American Government                                        /3
Introduction to the New Testament                          /3
Counseling Techniques                                      /3



Third Semester
Introduction to Psychology                                 /3
American Literature                                        /3
Introduction to the Old Testament                          /3
Christian Education                                        /3
Special Education in Physical Education                    /3



Fourth Semester
Educational Psychology                                     /3
World History                                              /3

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Doctrine of Holy Spirit                                 /3
The Bible as Literature                                 /3
Multicultural Counseling                                /3


Fifth Semester
English Literature                                      /3
Introduction to Philosophy                              /3
Introduction to Pastoral Care                           /3
Introduction to the Bible                               /3
Introduction to Pastoral Counseling                     /3


Sixth Semester
Public Administration                                   /3
Christian Education Ministry
Preaching Practicum
Pastoral Care and Counseling in the Asian American context / 3
Systematic Theology 2                                   /3


Seventh Semester
Introduction to Music                                   /3
Survey of World Religions                               /3
Biblical Theology of Missions                           /3
Evangelism and Church Growth                            /3
Pastoral Counseling Practice


Eighth Semester
Educational Research                                    /3
Christian Worship                                       /3
Christology                                             /3
Spiritual Gifts and Ministries                          /3
Counseling Internship                                   /3


                                               Total Credit Hours / 120




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Bachelor of Business Administration in Religion Program

Academic Goal
The Bachelor of Business Administration in Religion program is a professional business
program with a strong foundation in the liberal arts and a focus on biblical and theological
studies. Students acquire a broad education that emphasizes communication skills,
problem-solving and critical thinking. They also learn to integrate their faith with their
understanding of the business world.


First Semester
English 1                                                   /3
American History                                            /3
Bible Doctrine                                              /3
Accounting                                                  /3
Introduction to Business                                    /3


Second Semester
English 2                                                   /3
Introduction to Education                                   /3
Computerized Accounting                                     /3
Introduction to the New Testament                           /3
Principles of Business Management                           /3


Third Semester
Introduction to Psychology                                  /3
Human Resource Management                                   /3
Introduction to the Old Testament                           /3
Introduction to Economics                                   /3
Christian Education                                         /3


Fourth Semester
Word Processing                                             /3
World History                                               /3
Christian Ethics                                            /3
Health & Safety                                             /3
Business Ethics                                             /3

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Fifth Semester
English Literature                          /3
Managerial Accounting                       /3
International Evangelism                    /3
Business Plan                               /3
Introduction to the Bible                   /3
Sixth Semester
Public Administration                       /3
Christian Educational Ministry              /3
Systematic Theology                         /3
Introduction to Marketing                   /3
Business Communication                      /3


Seventh Semester
Introduction to Music                       /3
Introduction to Business                    /3
Evangelism and Church                       /3
Auditing                                    /3
Research Methods                            /3


Eighth Semester
Data Base                                   /3
Counseling                                  /3
Christian Worship                           /3
Payroll Accounting                          /3
Survey of World Religions                   /3


                                      Total Credit Hours / 120




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Bachelor of Physical Education for Mission
Physical education for missionary will enable individuals to develop physical, mental and
emotional skills and attitude needed to be an effective missionary. The goal is to stabilize
the ministry in foreign and local mission trips while providing physical activities and
recreation that will positively contribute to the physical health and spiritual well-being
needed to maintain happy and healthy lives.




First Semester
English 1                                                   /3
American History                                            /3
Bible Doctrine                                              /3
Physical Education                                          /3
Taekwondo & Judo                                            /3



Second Semester
English 2                                                   /3
Introduction to Education                                   /3
American Government                                         /3
Introduction to the New Testament                           /3
Exercise Physiology                                         /3



Third Semester
American Literature                                         /3
Introduction to the Old Testament                           /3
Biblical Theology of Missions                               /3
Christian Education                                         /3
Taekwondo & Judo                                            /3



Fourth Semester
Educational Psychology                                      /3
World History                                               /3

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Christian Ethics                                         /3
Doctrine of Holy Spirit                                  /3
General Physical Science                                 /3


Fifth Semester
English Literature                                       /3
Taekwondo & Judo                                         /3
Church History 1                                         /3
Introduction to the Bible                                /3
Rhythms and Dance                                        /3


Sixth Semester
Public Administration                                    /3
Christian Education Ministry                             /3
Systematic Theology 1                                    /3
Taekwondo & Judo                                         /3
Field Observation in Physical Education                  /3



Seventh Semester
Introduction to Music                                    /3
Survey of World Religions                                /3
Biblical Theology of Missions                            /3
Taekwondo & Judo                                         /3
Health Education                                         /3



Eighth Semester
Educational Research                                     /3
Christology                                              /3
Spiritual Gifts and Ministries                           /3
Physiology of Exercise                                   /3
History and Principles of Physical Education             /3


                                               Total Credit Hours / 120


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Bachelor of Religious Social Welfare Courses

본 종교 사회 복지 신학은 기독교정신과 민주교육의 근본이념에 입각하여 기독교 신학과 이에 관련한

학술 이론과 실제를 교육하여 교회와 국가 및 사회에 봉사할 교역자와 지도자를 양성함을 목적으로

한다.



First Semester
English 1                                      /3
American History                               /3
Bible Doctrine                                 /3
Prayer                                         /3
Introduction to Sociology                      /3



Second Semester
English 2                                      /3
Introduction to Education                      /3
American Government                            /3
Social Psychology                              /3
International Evangelism                       /3



Third Semester
Introduction to Psychology                     /3
American Literature                            /3
General Sociology                              /3
Biblical Theology of Missions                  /3
Christian Education                            /3



Fourth Semester
Educational Psychology                         /3
World History                                  /3
Christian Ethics                               /3
History of Sociology Theory                    /3
The Bible as Literature                        /3

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Fifth Semester
English Literature                              /3
Introduction to Philosophy                      /3
Social Problems                                 /3
Introduction to Pastoral Care                   /3
Introduction to the Bible                       /3



Sixth Semester
Public Administration                           /3
Christian Education Ministry                    /3
Systematic Theology 1                           /3
Behavioral Statistics                           /3
Preaching Practicum                             /3



Seventh Semester
Introduction to Music                           /3
Survey of World Religions                       /3
Biblical Theology of Missions                   /3
Evangelism and Church Growth                    /3
Social Research Methods                         /3



Eighth Semester
Educational Research                            /3
Counseling                                      /3
Christology                                     /3
Introduction to Christian Sociology             /3
Spiritual Gifts and Ministries                  /3



                                           Total Credit Hours / 120




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Master of Divinity Courses

Academic Objective
Fundamental for those who are preparing to be ordained pastors and missionaries, the
program contains a strong element of theological reflections on practice and includes field
study to produce Christ-like leaders and prepare students to be effective pastors, teachers,
evangelists, and missionaries.


Basic Greek                                                /3
Basic Hebrew                                               /3
Systematic Theology 1.                                     /3
Systematic Theology 2.                                     /3
Church Administration                                      /3
Church Worship                                             /3
Christian Education                                        /3
Personal Evangelism                                        /3
Introduction to the Old Testament                          /3
Introduction to the New Testament Theology                 /3
History of Israel                                          /3
Biblical Hermeneutics                                      /3
Christian Ethics                                           /3
Missions of the Church                                     /3
Biblical Counseling                                        /3
Pauline Literature                                         /3
The book of Acts                                           /3
Wisdom Literature                                          /3
History of the Christian Church 1.                         /3
History of the Christian Church 2.                         /3
Human Growth and Development                               /3
Hymnology II                                               /3
Preaching & Communication Theology                         /3
Thesis                                                     /6



                                                  Total Credit Hours / 75


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Master of Theology Courses
                            (Total 54 Credit Hours)
Academic Objective
This program is offered to those who have already hold a degree in mission Theology,
Christian Education, or Master of Divinity and want to continue their studies in theology
as prospective professors at a bible college or a seminary.




Greek                                                         /3
Hebrew                                                        /3
Systematic Theology                                           /3
Church Administration                                         /3
Church Worship                                                /3
Christian Education                                           /3
Historical Theology                                           /3
Personal Evangelism                                           /3
Theology of the Old Testament                                 /3
Theology of the New Testament Theology                        /3
History of Israel                                             /3
Expository Preaching                                          /3
Biblical Hermeneutics                                         /3
Christian Ethics                                              /3
Missions of the Church                                        /3
Contemporary Theological Issues                               /3
Thesis                                                        /6




                                                                   Total Credit Hours 54




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Master of Religious Business Administration Courses
                                          (Total Credit Hours 54)


The Master of Religious Business Administration degree provides 1) academic excellence
from accomplished Christian professionals, 2) a biblical worldview of business that
integrates theory with practice.




Introduction to Bible                                    /3
Management Effectiveness & Communication                 /3
Church Administration                                    /3
Administrative Office Management                         /3
Business Law                                             /3
Business Statistics                                      /3
The life of Jesus                                        /3
Business Communications                                  /3
Business Research Methods                                /3
Principles of Marketing                                  /3
Christian Education                                      /3
Personal Evangelism                                      /3
Business Ethics                                          /3
Missions of the Church                                   /3
Introduction to Education Psychology                     /3
Human Growth and Development                             /3
Thesis                                                   /6




                                                    Total Credit Hours / 54



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Master of Christian Counseling Courses
                                    (Total Credit Hours 52)


Academic Objective
By imitating the examples of Christ Jesus and setting the foundation on the bible, students
will learn to give counsel and engage in healing ministry while spreading the gospel.




Systematic Theology                                       /3
Psychology of Human Relations                             /3
Church Administration                                     /3
Church Worship                                            /3
Christian Education                                       /3
Personal Evangelism                                       /3
Introduction to the Old Testament                         /3
Introduction to the New Testament Theology                /3
Christian Ethics                                          /3
Missions of the Church                                    /3
Counseling Christian Singles                              /3
Counseling in the Local Church                            /3
Group Process and Dynamics                                /3
Marriage and family Counseling                            /3
Pastoral Counseling                                       /3
Field of Biblical Counseling                              /3
Thesis                                                    /6




                                                  Total Credit Hours / 52



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Master of Christian Education Courses
                         (Total Credit Hours 54)


The program fosters powerful Christian leaders with a definite calling who will serve
themselves to the family, church and society with Christ-like character. Students will be
equipped with a solid Biblical foundation needed to be effective spiritual leaders. Through
real-life training, they will also increase godliness; through various programs, seminars,
worship and workshops, students will attain practical professional knowledge.




Systematic Theology                                        /3
Church Administration                                      /3
Biblical Theology                                          /3
Church Worship                                             /3
History of Christian Education                             /3
Christian Education                                        /3
Personal Evangelism                                        /3
Introduction to the Old Testament                          /3
Introduction to the New Testament Theology                 /3
Christian Ethics                                           /3
Missions of the Church                                     /3
Philosophy of Christian Education                          /3
Introduction to Education Psychology                       /3
Human growth and Development                               /3
Field Christian Education                                  /3
Family Life Christian Education                            /3
Thesis                                                     /6




                                                     Total Credit Hours / 54


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Master of Christian Music Courses
                         (Total Credit Hours 54)


Church music combines Christian faith with music. Students will acquire competency to
service the church as professional pastoral musicians who are also theologically educated.
Students will acquire an understanding of music theory and history, competence in an
applied music performance area, skills in conducting and leadership of musical ensembles,
knowledge of church music literature, and growth in personal and spiritual maturity.
students will be trained to be artistic as well as spiritual. Sacred music that may be put into
practical use in worship will be studied in depth.




Music and Worship                                            /3
Music Education                                              /3
Music History and Literature                                 /3
Music Ministry                                               /3
Music Theory                                                 /3
Church Administration                                        /3
Church Worship                                               /3
Christian Education                                          /3
Hymnology                                                    /3
Personal Evangelism                                          /3
Introduction to the Old Testament                            /3
Introduction to the New Testament Theology                   /3
History of Israel                                            /3
Field Music                                                  /3
Christian Ethics                                             /3
Missions of the Church                                       /3
Thesis                                                       /6



                                                     Total Credit Hours / 52



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   DOCTOR OF MINISTRY (D.Min.)

   Doctor of Ministry is a professional degree program for Christian leaders and the
   congregations and agencies they serve. The program is designed to foster the spiritual and
   theological growth of individual students and to develop their organizational and
   analytical skills and understanding.




   CORE CURRICULUM REQUIRED OF ALL CANDIDATES


   DMIN 701       Reformed Theology                                     /4
   DMIN 702       Advanced Systematic Theology                          /8
   DMIN 703       Advanced Research Methods                             /4
   DMIN 704       Advanced Church Administration                        /4
   DMIN 705       Advanced Bibliology                                   /4
   DMIN 706       Advanced Philosophy of Christian Education            /4
   DMIN 707       Pastoral Psychology and Theology                      /4
   DMIN 708       The Christian Ministry of Spiritual Guidance          /4
   DMIN 709       Evangelism in Contemporary Culture                    /4
   DMIN 700       Dissertation/Project                                  / 12
                                                                 Total Credit 52 Hours




   Requirements for Dissertation:
1. D.R.E dissertations are a 25,000 word submission.
2. Approximately 170 pages in length.
3. All work should be type-written, double-spaced.
4. All pages should be numbered, centered at the bottom.
5. A table of contents is required at the beginning of the submission
6. A complete bibliography should be at the end of the submission
7. The submission should be on a subject presented by the student and approved by the
   review board of Cumberland University.
8. All dissertations become the property of Cumberland University.



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   DOCTOR OF THELOGY (Th. D.)

   This program of study demands of the candidate mastery of a particular area of theology
   and an original contribution to learning in some specific field. The candidate must
   complete the number of advanced level courses required by the department chosen in
   consultation with an advisory committee, pass comprehensive examinations, and produce
   and defend a doctoral dissertation.


   CORE CURRICULUM REQUIRED OF ALL CANDIDATES
   DTB 731      Introduction to Theological Research                          /4
   DTB 732      O.T Hebrew and related introductory matters.                  /4
   DTB 733      New Testament Greek and related introductory matters          /4
   DTH 730       Advanced Research Methods                                    /4
   DTH 731       Reformed Theology                                            /4
   DTH 732       Advanced Systematic Theology                                 /4
   DTH 733       Personality Theory of Pastoral Relationships                 /4
   DTH 734       The Christian Ministry of Spiritual Guidance                 /4
   DTH 735       Advanced Philosophy of Christian Education                   /4
   DTH 736       Pastoral Psychology and Theology                             /4
   DTH 737       Advanced Bibliology                                          /4
   DTH 738       Evangelism in Contemporary Culture                           /4
   DTH 739       New Church Development                                       /4
   DTH 740       Dissertation/Project                                         /6
                                                            Total Credit 58 Hours

   Requirements for Dissertation:
1. D.R.E dissertations are a 25,000 word submission.
2. Approximately 170 pages in length.
3. All work should be type-written, double-spaced.
4. All pages should be numbered, centered at the bottom.
5. A table of contents is required at the beginning of the submission
6. A complete bibliography should be at the end of the submission
7. The submission should be on a subject presented by the student and approved by the
   review board of Cumberland University.
8. All dissertations become the property of Cumberland University.



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   DOCTOR OF RELIGIOUS PHILOSOPHY (D.R.P)

   When a student has completed 60 credits beyond the Master’s level through CU and
   completes a dissertation of 25,000 words a Doctor of Bible Philosophy or Theology will
   be awarded. Transfer credit is not accepted into the Doctoral program. All course work
   must be done through CU.


   CORE CURRICULUM REQUIRED OF ALL CANDIDATES


   DRP 701 Christian Ministry of Spiritual Guidance                          /4
   DRP 772 Pastoral Psychologies and Theology                                /4
   DRP 773 Doctor of Philosophy in Religion                                  /4
   DRP 702 Biblical Theologies of Mission                                    /4
   DRP 703 Advanced Reformed Theology                                        /4
   DRP 771 Advanced Philosophies of Christian Education                      /4
   DRP 704 Advanced Systematic Theology                                      /4
   DRP 774 Advanced Research Methods                                         /4
   DRP 775 Christian Counseling Internship                                   /4
   DRP 705 Introductions to Theological Research                             /4
   DRP 706 New Testament Greek and related introductory matters              /4
   DRP 776 Personality Theories of Pastoral Relationships                    /4
   DRP 707 Spirituality in Everyday Life                                     /4
   DRP 770 Dissertation/Project                                              /6
                                                                 Total Credit 58 Hours



   Requirements for Dissertation:
1. D.B.P dissertations are a 25,000 word submission.
2. Approximately 170 pages in length.
3. All work should be type-written, double-spaced.
4. All pages should be numbered, centered at the bottom.
5. A table of contents is required at the beginning of the submission
6. A complete bibliography should be at the end of the submission
7. The submission should be on a subject presented by the student and approved by the
   review board of Cumberland University.
8. All dissertations become the property of Cumberland University.

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   Doctor of Religious Education (D.R.E)

   Purpose: The doctor of religion education degree is design to provide the ability design
   initiate, and administer a Christian education ministry.
   Credit Requirements: The students is required to complete a total of 52 credits, Christian
   education research project will be required for completion.



   CORE CURRICULUM REQUIRED OF ALL CANDIDATES


   DRE 721      Advanced Philosophy of Christian Education                             /4
   DRE 733      Advanced Bibliology                                                    /4
   DRE 731      The Christian Ministry of Spiritual Guidance                           /4
   DRE 722      Religions and Mental Health                                            /4
   DRE 732      Spirituality in Everyday Life                                          /4
   DRE 723      Advanced Study in Christian Educational Psychology                     /4
   DRE 726      History of Christian Education                                         /4
   DRE 724      Cross-cultural Education                                               /4
   DRE 734      Introduction Theological Research                                      /4
   DRE 725      Advanced Research Methods                                              /4
   DRE 730      Dissertation/Project                                                   / 12
                                                                        Total Credit 52 Hours




   Requirements for Dissertation:
1. D.R.E dissertations are a 25,000 word submission.
2. Approximately 170 pages in length.
3. All work should be type-written, double-spaced.
4. All pages should be numbered, centered at the bottom.
5. A table of contents is required at the beginning of the submission
6. A complete bibliography should be at the end of the submission
7. The submission should be on a subject presented by the student and approved by the
   review board of Cumberland University.
8. All dissertations become the property of Cumberland University.



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   Doctor of Christian Counseling (D.C.C)

   Purpose: The doctor of Christian counseling degree provides intensive training in the
   Christian counseling method. The curriculum centers on counseling techniques based on
   the biblical world view. This program is primarily for enhancement of the counseling
   ministry and is not intended for secular certification.
   Credit Requirements: The students is required to complete a total of 52 credits, Christian
   education research project will be required for completion. This program is a directive
   study. Upon reenrollment, academic advisors will assess the candidate’s background and
   provide a specific academic program.



   CORE CURRICULUM REQUIRED OF ALL CANDIDATES
   DCC 741      Christian Counseling Internship                                /4
   DCC 749      Advanced Research Methods                                      /4
   DCC 744      Psychotherapy, Pastoral Counseling and Inner Healing           /8
   DCC 745      Biblical Concepts In Counseling                                /4
   DCC 742      Personality Theory for Pastoral Relationship                   /4
   DCC 743      Clinical Applications of Counseling in the Church              /4
   DCC 746      The Christian Ministry of Spiritual Guidance                   /4
   DCC 747      Biblical Theology of Mission                                   /4
   DCC 748      Advanced Philosophy of Christian Education                     /4
   DCC 740      Dissertation / Project                                         / 12
                                                                 Total Credit 52 Hours


   Requirements for Dissertation:
1. D.C.C dissertations are a 25,000 word submission.
2. Approximately 170 pages in length.
3. All work should be type-written, double-spaced.
4. All pages should be numbered, centered at the bottom.
5. A table of contents is required at the beginning of the submission
6. A complete bibliography should be at the end of the submission
7. The submission should be on a subject presented by the student and approved by the
   review board of Cumberland University.
8. All dissertations become the property of Cumberland University.



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   Doctor of Religious Music (D.R.M)

   Purpose: Religious Music Ministries is to equip leaders for excellence in music ministry
   among Cumberland University through performance, education, and technology. The
   resources of the division are committed to the assistance of persons who have responded
   to a divine call to minister, and are attempting to fulfill educational and professional goals
   preparatory to ministry in the local church, teaching, or denominational service.
   General objectives of the Division of Church Music Ministries are: (1) to prepare
   competent Christian workers for ministry through music; (2) to offer a well-defined
   program of education in church music; (3) to develop a genuine involvement in and an
   understanding of the total ministry of the local church.


   CORE CURRICULUM REQUIRED OF ALL CANDIDATES
   DCM 851      Theology of Ministry                                             /2
   DCM 852      Christian Leadership                                             /2
   DCM 859      Doctoral Seminar in Accompanying Music History                   /4
   DCM 856      Special Research in Foundations of Church Music                  /4
   DCM 857      Seminar in Music Education                                       /4
   DCM 855      Advanced Study in Music in Worship                               /4
   DCM 860      Doctoral Recital (required for Church Music)                     /4
   DCM 858      Doctoral Seminar in Accompanying Music Analysis                  /4
   DCM 853      Advanced Study in Hymnology                                      /4
   DCM 854      Church Music Colloquium                                          /4
   DCM 861      Words and Music in the Middle Ages (interdisciplinary)           /4
   DCM 850      Dissertation/Project                                             / 12
                                                                        Total Credit 52 Hours


   Requirements for Dissertation:
1. D.C.M dissertations are a 25,000 word submission.
2. Approximately 170 pages in length.
3. All work should be type-written, double-spaced.
4. All pages should be numbered, centered at the bottom.
5. A table of contents is required at the beginning of the submission
6. A complete bibliography should be at the end of the submission
7. The submission should be on a subject presented by the student and approved by the
   review board of Cumberland University.
8. All dissertations become the property of Cumberland University.

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Doctor of Oriental Health in Ministry (D.O.H.M)
                                                 Total Credit 176 Hours
CORE CURRICULUM REQUIRED OF ALL CANDIDATES
DTB 730   Introduction to Theological Research                        /4
DTH 731 Reformed Theology                                             /4
DTH 732 Advanced Systematic Theology                                  /4
DTH 733 Personality Theory of Pastoral Relationships                  /4
DTH 734 The Christian Ministry of Spiritual Guidance                  /4
DTH 737 Theology of Mission                                           /4
DTH 738 Evangelism in Contemporary Culture                            /4
DTH 739 New Church Development                                        /4
DTH 740 Religion and Mental Health                                    /4
DTH 741 Human Body Anatomy                                            /4
DOM 752 A Brief Story of Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion          /4
DOM 753 Yin-Yang and the Five Elements                                /4
DOM 755 Acupuncture Techniques                                        /8
DOM 758 Differentiation of Syndromes                                  /4
DOM 759 Moxibustion of Chinese Medical Science                        /4
DOM 760 Education of Chinese Medical Science                          /4
DOM 761 Medical History                                               /4
DOM 762 Basic Theory of Oriental Medicine                             /8
DOM 763 Theory of Acupuncture                                         /4
DOM 756    Introduction to Herbology                                  /4
DOM 764 Acupuncture                                                   /8
DOM 765 Herbology                                                     /8
DOM 767    Prescription logy                                          /8
DOM 766 Anatomy and Physiology                                        /4
DOM 775 Diagnosis of Oriental Medicine                                /8
DOM 776 Clinical Practicum                                            /8
DOM 774 Diagnosis of Oriental Medicine                                /8
DOM 770 Nutrition                                                     /4
DOM 772 Clinical Practicum (100hrs)                                   /8
DOM 777 Pharmacology                                                  /4
DOM 771 First Aid/CPR                                                 /4
DOM 773 Qi Gong/ Tai Chi Chuan                                        /4
DOM 750 Dissertation / Project                                        / 12

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   Requirements for Dissertation:
1. D.O.M.M dissertations are a 25,000 word submission.
2. Approximately 170 pages in length.
3. All work should be type-written, double-spaced.
4. All pages should be numbered, centered at the bottom.
5. A table of contents is required at the beginning of the submission
6. A complete bibliography should be at the end of the submission
7. The submission should be on a subject presented by the student and approved by the
   review board of Cumberland University.
8. All dissertations become the property of Cumberland University.




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University Personnel

Board of Trustees
Board of Director: Dr. Jack R. Watts
President: Dr. Chester Mike. Martin
International President: Dr. David T. Kim
Secretary: Mrs. Sarah Kim
Member: Dr. Gunha Song
Member: Mr. Sarang Kim
Member: Mr. Sam S. Kim



Member of the Board
Dr. Jack R. Watts              Dr. Paul J. Lee         Dr. Floyd W. Johnson
Dr. Chester Mike. Martin       Dr. David Taesun Kim    Dr. Timothy Peppers
Prof. Beverly A. Cleverley



Administrative Staff
President: Dr. Chester Mike Martin
International President: Dr. David T. Kim
School Advisor: Dr. Ralph Richardson
Dean of Academic: Dr. Floyd W. Johnson
Dean and Executive Officer: Dr. Timothy Peppers
Dean of Christian Ministry: Dr. Paul D. Frey
Registrar: Mrs. Sarah Kim
Director of Chief Operations Officer: Miss. Misty K. Martin
Director of Development: Mrs. Beverly A. Cleverley
Dean of Administration: Dr. Gunha Song
Dean of Academic Affairs: Dr. Vandelin Mcgowan Arscott
Dean of Oriental Medicine Department: Dr. Shi Hai Jin
Dean of Communications: Dr. Mosses Hur
Vice President for Korean Department: Dr. Kwan Hyung Lee
Director of Business Administration: Dr. Jingu Kim
Director of Administration for New York: Dr. James J. Kim
Director of Administration for Bangladesh: Mr. Milon. S.R
Director of Administration for Darkhan Mongolia: Dr. Sovd Nadmid
Director of Administration for Philippine: Myung Kim
Director of Administration for Chinese: Dr. Hee B. kim
Director of Administration for Japanese: Rev. Heungboo Kang
Director of Administration for Ulaanbaatar: Dr. O. Otgonbayar




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 Faculty
Dr. Chester M. Martin (Ph.D, D.Min, MC, MA, BA)
Dr. David T. Kim (Th.D, Ph.D, Th.M, M.Div, MM, Th.B)
Dr. Floyd W. Johnson, Jr.(D.D, Th.D, M.C.E, P.C.M, BA)
Dr. Timothy Peppers (Ph.D. M.Edu, M.Div. B.A)
Dr. Ralph Richardson (D.Min. Th.M, M.Div, B.A)
Dr. Vandelin Mcgowan Arscott (D.C.C, M.A, B.A)
Prof. Nkechi M. Kamalu (M.C.S.W, B.A)
Prof. Richelle D. Johnes (M.Coun, B.A)
Prof. Jay L. Williams (LPC. B.Psy,)
Dr. Ivy Claudette Armstrong (D.R.E, M.Ph, B.S)
Dr. Clinton Alvadio Taylor (D.C.C, M.B.A, B.A)
Dr. Paul Lee (D.Min. Th.M. B.Th)
Dr. William Samson (Ph.D, M.Div, M.A, B.A)
Prof. Misty K. Martin (M.Edu, B.A)
Prof. Nesheil W. Blue (Qualified Professional)
Prof. Christopher L. Parker (Qualified Professional)
Prof. Marvin Hagan (Qualified Professional)
Dr. Paul D. Frey (D.D, MM. AB)
Dr. Sarah J. Kim (D.Edu.H, M.C.E. B.A)
Dr. Jingu Kim (D.B.A, M.B.A, B.A)
Prof. Timothy Peppers Jr. (M.Edu, B.A)
Dr. James J. Kim (Ph.D. D.Min, Th.M. M.Div, B.A)
Dr. Shi Hai Jin (D.O.M.H, M.D, M.O.M, B.A)
Prof. Kelly B. Hardee (LPC, Focus on Children & Adolescents)
Prof. Robert B. Shaw( LPC, Focus on Marriage & Family)
Prof. Heather Herring (Clinical Intake Intern)
Prof. Holy Rose (Clinical Intake Intern)
Prof. Hawtencia Inniss Roberts (Qualified Professional, B.Psy)
Prof. Diane Crawford (Qualified Professional, B.C.S.W)
Dr. Jack, R. Watts (D.D, BA)



Visiting Professors
Dr. Stephen T. Anderson (Th.D, Th.M, MA. BA.)
Dr. Sovd Nadmid (Ph.D, M.A, B.A)
Dr. O. Otgonbayar (D.Edu, M.A, B.A)
Dr. Olgiijargal (D.Edu, M.A, B.A)
Dr. Ronald Smith (D.Lit, Th.D, M.A, B.Th)
Dr. Janice S. Crubb (Ph.D. M.A, B.A)
Dr. Dongwook Kim (D.Min, M.Div, M.A, B.L)
MS. Amy Watts (C.M, BA)
Dr. Yeong M. Kim (Ph.D, Ph.M, M.Div, BA)
Dr. Tae W. Kang (Th.D. D.Min, Th.M. M.Div. B.Th)
Dr. Mike W. Choe (Ph.D. MA. BA)
Dr. Youngtae. Kim (Ph.D, Lit.D, MA. ME, Th.B),
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Dr. Habang Sung (Ph.D, M.Div. MA. BA)
Dr. Jaeyong Lee (Ph.D, D.Min. M.Div. B.Th)
Dr. Kwan H. Lee (Ph.D. MA. BA)
Dr, Shin Beck Lee (D.B.A, M.A, B.A)
Dr. Dae H. Cho (D.C.M, MA. B.Th)
Dr. Esther Lee (Ph.D, Th.M, M.Div. BA)
Rev. Ki M. Kim (M.Div. M.M. B.Th
Dr. Bok K. Kim(Ph.D, DRE. M.Div. B.Th)
Dr. Billy H. Kim (D.Miss, M.Div. B.Th)
Dr. Moses Hur (D.Min. M.Div. B.Th)
Dr. Samuel S Kim (DCE, M.Div. B.Th)
Prof. Jamie Lee (M.Edu, B.A)
Dr. Hyung S. Han (O.M.D, M.O.M, BA)
Dr. Samuel Samson (D.R.E. M.B.A. MM. Th.B)
Dr. Joon Bae Park (D.D, M.Div, B.Th)
Dr. Suk K. Lee (D.Ed. MA. BA)
Dr. Job Kang (Ph.D, Th.M, M.Div, B.Th)
Dr. Chae K. La (D.Dent, Th.M. M.Div. BA)
Prof. Wan J. Kim (M.C.M, B.Music)
Dr. Young Pok Park (Th.D, STM, M.Div, B.Th)
Dr. Young J. Kim (D.Min, M.Div. B.Th)
Dr. Hee Beom Kim (D.D, M.Div. M.C.E, B.A)
Dr. Yang Ho Kim (D.R.E, M.A, B.A)
Dr. Moo Yul, Choi(Th.D. Th.M, M.Div. B.A)
Dr. An Keun Yoo (Th.D. M.Div. B.A)
Ms. Yoo S. Jang (M.C.C, B.A)
Dr. Ah Khi (Ph.D, D.D, M.Div. B.A)
Dr. Kwang H. Park (D.D, M.Div. MA. B.A)
Prof. Ichinkhorloo Bolikhuu (M.A, B.A)
Dr. Joon Won Kang (D.D, M.Div. B.A)
Dr. Dawn Bennett Linton (D,Hum, M.B.A, B.S)
Prof. David D. Cho (I.T.F Chairman, M.Div, B.A)
Dr. Joseph M. Park (O.M.D, M.Div, B.A)
Mr. Shahdrick W. Samson (M.B.A, B.A)
Mr. David L. Sgro (Dangsoodo 6grade, B.A)
Mr. Milon. S.R (M.B.A, B.A)




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