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BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAMS

KNOWLEDGE AREA DEMONSTRATIONS

ALU offers a baccalaureate degree which requires a ninety (90) credit concentration in the Humanities, Social Sciences/History from a religious perspective--thirty (30) credits in the Humanities, thirty (30) credits in the Social Sciences/History, and thirty (30) credits in Natural Sciences/Mathematics. Each student must select a thirty (30) credit minimum and maximum Depth core applicable to their chosen track (the Academic Advisor and Faculty Advisors will assist each student to select proper bibliographies applicable to their chosen track). The balance of the one hundred twenty (120) credit requirement may be distributed among elected knowledge areas. To earn 15 credits for the semester the student must complete a Knowledge Area Demonstration (KAD) that is previously outlined and approved in the form of a Learning Agreement (approved by the student's faculty advisor). Each KAD consists of a Breadth component, i.e., a minimum of 40 finished typed pages of work aligned with the approved Learning Agreement.

Major Knowledge Areas

Humanities: Literature in English (Composition, Religious Essay writing, etc.) Art (Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Applied Design Photography, Art History, etc.) Music (Culturally, Historically, Gospel, Contemporary, etc.) Languages (Intro. to Hebrew, Intro. to Greek, etc.)

Social Science/History: Sociology (Studies on Cultures and societies affected by Judeo-Christianity) History (Historical studies in ancient Bible times and more recent times comparing and contrasting, etc.) Psychology (Study of theories and constructs of Theocentric Psychology) Archaeology (Studies of archaeological findings substantiating Biblical writings, etc.) Economics (Studies of economics based on Biblical principles, etc-)

Natural Sciences/Mathematics: Any Desired Math Chemistry, Biology or Physics Courses May Be Taken As Electives and Satisfied Through CLEP or DANTES Examinations, University of Tennessee Independent College Credit Courses, or CORPA Accredited college courses. Creationism vs. Darwinism etc. Numerics of the Bible and Statistics, etc. Pharmacology, etc. Geography, etc. Geology, etc. Zoology, Botany, Cosmology, Biology, etc. Practicums, Internships, etc.

NOTE 1: See Student Handbook for an ALU KAD example

NOTE 2: See financial information section of this catalog for details on undergraduate tuition and fees.


GRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS

KNOWLEDGE AREA DEMONSTRATIONS

Master level study requires considerable mastery of broad conceptual and historical knowledge, in depth understanding of theoretical and practical issues, and the ability to apply knowledge to problems of professional significance. As a ALU student you will acquire and demonstrate these competencies through the completion of Knowledge Area Demonstrations (KADs). These KADs become an effective avenue for acquiring and demonstrating master level competence.

Each student is expected to encounter general areas of knowledge in their preparation of each KAD- The KAD is also subdivided into two components--a Breadth and a Depth section. The Breadth section requires a demonstration of the student's familiarity with the broad theoretical and conceptual underpinnings of the knowledge base. The assignments will allow for individually designed approaches but will be based upon essentially the same cross-disciplinary literature. Each section should have a 15 book (minimum) and 2 journals (minimum) bibliography. Each section should also include 10 annotations targeting 10 sources in the bibliography (student's choice).

The Depth section will entail a demonstration of the student's understanding of a specialized area. Each student will develop an annotated bibliography and write a scholarly paper which will reflect a "state-of-the-art' understanding of a specialized area, issue or concern.

The components of each KAD has a common internal structure. Learning objectives for the component are set forth and a list of Basic Readings is provided. The student will select a specified number of these titles, the contents of which will be integrated in a comprehensive assignment. This assignment will be selected from a series of options or can be individually developed in consultation with the student's faculty advisor.

The faculty will assess each KAD and determine whether it meets the criteria set forth for that particular KAD. The assessment is based on how clearly the student demonstrates and expresses their competency. Papers must also show evidence of conceptualization that involves comparison and contrast of the ideas they find in the literature. If it meets the standards of excellence and fulfills the expected knowledge criteria, the KAD will receive a passing evaluation and the student will gain credit for that particular KAD--seven (7) credits. A total of six (6) KADs must be completed which includes the Research KAD--which is also the student's Thesis (the sixth KAD is awarded 10 credits).

If the KAD does not meet the standards of excellence and/or does not fulfill the expected knowledge criteria, the KAD will be returned to the student for rework. Upon completion of rework, the student is to resubmit the KAD for another evaluation and will develop the KAD until it becomes acceptable to ALU's standards.

NOTE: Before students begin writing their KADs their first assignment is to write an essay designed to explore carefully their past learning experiences in theology and ecclesiology and incorporate basic questions which are being addressed in theological reflection and praxis. Students will also reflect on their future professional and vocational goals.


MASTERS LEVEL KADs

MASTER OF DIVINITY/THEOLOGY/CHURCH ADMINISTRATION/RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CORE KADs

The CORE KADs for the Divinity Degree deal with the ramifications of Judeo-Christianity on the following:

1. SOCIAL AND CULTURAL SYSTEMS (14-Div/7-Others credits)

A. BREADTH: Globally

This portion of the KAD is designed to explore and reflect the historical development of

Judeo-Christianity from the times of Christ as well as other religions of the world (particularly Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism and Islam) and their impact on social and cultural systems of the world.

DEPTH: Focused

This portion of the KAD is designed to explore the developments of Judeo-Christianity in America and its effect on America's social and cultural system.

II. POLITICAL SYSTEMS (14-Div/7-Others credits)

A. BREADTH: Globally

This portion of the KAD explores major political systems predating Christ with a special emphasis on Jewish government. An examination of the synoptic gospels and Pauline literature is conducted to discover the effect political systems had on the Judeo-Christian church regarding church polity and church discipline.

B. DEPTH: Focused

This portion of the KAD examines the ramifications Judaism and Judeo-Christianity has had on American politics. The writings of Reinhold Niebuhr will be explored and especially his interpretations of Christian theology (anthropology, Christology, and understanding of history and eschatology) and political philosophy. Church involvement in politics will be examined as well.

III. JUDICIAL SYSTEMS (14-Div/7-Others credits)

BREADTH: Globally

This portion of the KAD explores the life and faith of ancient Israel in its historical content, theological relevance for current Judeo-Christians and the impact Judaism has had on global judicial systems.

B. DEPTH: Focused

An examination of the American judicial item will be explored and how Judeo-Christianity has

effected it. Political violence to bring about social change vs. nonviolent alternatives (Jesus Christ,

Mohandas Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Dorothy Day will be considered) will be examined as well.


ADVANCED KADs

The ADVANCED KADs deal with the ramifications of the above systems on:

IV. MORAL AND ETHICAL SYSTEMS (14-Div/7-Others credits)

A. BREADTH: Historically/Globally

This portion of the KAD will explore the Christian virtue of solidarity to maintain standards of morality, ethics, and justice in a changing world. Personal lifestyle choices, human sexuality, socio-political involvement, world hunger, ethnic cleansing, abortion, euthanasia, nuclear proliferation and how the church is, should be or should not be involved in the aforementioned will be examined.

DEPTH: Focused

This portion of the KAD investigates morals and ethics relative to such issues as homophobia, suicide, incest mental health care, marriage and family, pastoral, and clinical pastoral counseling, and ministry to the disabled and elderly.

V. MY PROFESSION (14-Div/7-Others credits)

A. BREADTH: Historically/Futuristically (From a Global Perspective)

This portion of the KAD examines personal pastoral identity and theology with the focus on a specialized ministry within the scope of pastoral care and introduces the student to three major institutions: 1) a general hospital, 2) a mental health facility, and 3) correction system institution. Students will examine spiritual, psychological, and social factors that influence the growth of belief and human development at various stages as well as how the church should participate (Christian worship, music, preaching, teaching liturgical rites, and ceremonies) in this growth and development.

B. DEPTH: Local Applications (This includes 1000 hours of approved practice and 50 hours of face to face supervision.)

Students will participate for 1000 hours in an approved clinical practicum (500 hours internship in an institution and 500 hours in an ecclesiastical setting as mentioned in the Breadth section of this KAD) and experience 50 hours of approved face to face supervision (25 hours of clinical supervision and 25 hours of pastoral supervision). This allows the student to learn coping skills when dealing with personal difficulties pastors face, including overwork, spiritual dryness and emotional entanglements, transference, counter-transference, diagnosis, prognosis, treatment planning, etc. Students will submit documentation reflecting their internship and supervision.

VI. RESEARCH (Thesis) (Student's choice with the guidance of the student's faculty advisor) (10 credits)

A. BREADTH

The thesis should reflect breadth of one or more major doctrines of the Christian faith and its relationship to other doctrines in the light of historical development and contemporary significance. Areas of research may include eschatological epistemology, salvific dogmas and paradigms, thesis attributes, spirituality, healing-divine and human intervention, etc.

B- DEPTH

The thesis should also reflect an in-depth mastery of the chosen area of research.

NOTE: The Masters of Divinity degree requires additional KADs at 7 credits each until a total of 75 or more accumulative credits has been reached. These extra KADs will be independent research projects designed by the student and approved by their faculty Advisor. The reason for these additional KADs for the Masters of Divinity degree is because the Masters of Divinity degree is the terminal degree.

See student handbook for greater detail, guidance and actual examples.


MASTER OF PASTORAL COUNSELING/PSYCHOLOGY

CORE KADs

I. PATHOLOGY (7 credits)

The etiology of pathology is explored including the assessment of organic, genetic, and anatomical injury versus psychological or Psychosomatic disorders.

A. BREADTH: General Pathology

B. DEPTH: Psychopathology

II. INTERVENTION STRATEGIES (7 credits)

A broad scope of intervention strategies is explored ranging from scriptural to secular interventions. And the holistic effcaciousness of said interventions is examined.

A. BREADTH: Biblical and Secular Intervention Strategies.

B. DEPTH: Practicum (1000 hours w/50 hours of face to face supervision.

III. SOCIOLOGY (7 credits)

This knowledge area explores the historical development as well as the theories, constructs, and paradigms of sociology as a science; one that explores the doings of people within a societal context. Various theorists are examined and their impact on how people view themselves today contrasted with historical views.

A. BREADTH: Historical Development of Sociology.

B. DEPTH: Current Theories and Theorists.


ADVANCED KADs

IV. PSYCHOLOGY (7 credits)

Founding theorists of psychology and psychoanalysis are examined including Freud, Adler and Jung. Theocentric, psychoanalysis, neo-analytic, existentialistic, and humanistic theories are explored.

A. BREADTH: Historical Development of Psychology

B. DEPTH: Theocentric Psychology.

V. PASTORAL COUNSELING (7 credits)

In this knowledge area the development of pastoral counseling as a modern profession is explored. The many socially imposed controls, approbations, and expectations are examined; are they over burdensome, suppressing, injudicious or are they remedial and beneficial.

A. BREADTH:

Current Trends in Pastoral Counseling: Theories, Licensing, Legal Issues, Moral, Ethics, Human Right, and Social Work.

B. DEPTH:

Initiating Programs and management: Hospitals, Colleges/Universities, Seminars, Non-profit Corporations and Future Programs.

VI. RESEARCH (Thesis) (Student's choice with the guidance of the student's faculty advisor) (10 credits)

This study examines major research methodologies and equips the student with research skills enabling him/her to develop a research proposal. ALU does not endorse one mode of research, rather, student are encouraged to pursue their personal and professional interests and explore the questions that appeal to them. Students are guided to resources which help them learn to conduct scholarly inquiry, to understand ethical and philosophical issues in research, to comprehend statistical concepts and procedures, and research designs.

A. BREADTH: General Overview of Research Methodologies (Must include statistical analysis).

B. DEPTH: Student's Choice (Should be methodology chosen for Thesis).

NOTE: See student handbook for greater detail and guidance.

Psychoanalytic Certification

Students interested in psychoanalytic certification should review the student handbook for details.

ALU certification program follows guidelines established by NAAP.


DOCTORAL DEGREE PROGRAM

KNOWLEDGE AREA DEMONSTRATIONS

Doctorate level study requires considerable mastery of broad conceptual and historical knowledge, in depth understanding of theoretical and practical issues, and the ability to apply knowledge to problems of professional significance. As a ALU student you will acquire and demonstrate these competencies through the completion of Knowledge Area Demonstrations (KADs). These KADs become an effective avenue for acquiring and demonstrating doctorate level competence.

Each student is expected to encounter general areas of knowledge in their preparation of each KAD. The KAD is subdivided into three components--a Breadth, a Depth, and an Application section. The Breadth section requires a demonstration of the student's familiarity with the broad theoretical and conceptual underpinnings of the knowledge base. The assignments will allow for individually designed approaches but will be based upon essentially the same cross-disciplinary literature. Each section should have a 15 book (minimum) and 2 journals (minimum) bibliography. Each section should also include 10 annotations targeting 10 sources in the bibliography (student's choice).

The Depth section will entail a demonstration of the student's understanding of a specialized area. Each student will develop an annotated bibliography and write a scholarly paper which will reflect a "state-of-the-art' understanding of a specialized area, issue or concern.

The Application section will be a specialized assignment that reveals the student's understanding of the theoretical and conceptual underpinnings of the knowledge base by relating it to a relevant issue in their profession.

The components of each KAD share a common internal structure. Learning objectives for the component are set forth and a list of Basic Readings is provided The student will select a specified number of these titles, the contents of which will be integrated in a comprehensive assignment. This assignment will be selected from a series of options or can be individually developed in consultation with the student's faculty advisor.

The faculty will assess each KAD and determine whether it meets the criteria set forth for that particular KAD. The assessment is based on how clearly you demonstrate and express your competency. Papers must also show evidence of conceptualization that involves comparison and contrast of the ideas you find in the literature. If it meets the standards of excellence and fulfills the expected knowledge criteria, the KAD will receive a passing evaluation and the student will gain credit for that particular KAD--eight (8) credits (with the exception of two 10 credit KADS). A total of seven (7) KADs must be completed.

If the KAD does not meet the standards of excellence and/or does not fulfill the expected knowledge criteria, the KAD will be returned to the student for rework. Upon completion of rework, the student is to resubmit the KAD for another evaluation and will work the KAD until it becomes acceptable to standards.

In addition, each student must do a dissertation. Students will submit a dissertation proposal to their faculty advisor and doctoral committee. Upon approval, the student may proceed with the dissertation, (See the dissertation handbook for greater detail.)

NOTE: Before students begin writing their KADs their first assignment is to write an essay designed to explore carefully their past learning experiences in theology and ecclesiology and incorporate new learning on basic questions which are being addressed in theological reflection and praxis. Students will also reflect on their future professional and vocational goals.


DOCTORAL DEGREE PROGRAMS

DOCTORAL LEVEL CORE KADs
FOR DOCTOR OF MINISTRY/THEOLOGY/CHURCH ADMINISTRATION/RELIGIOUS EDUCATION/PASTORAL PSYCHOLOGY/PASTORAL COUNSELING

I. SYSTEMS THEORY (8 credits)

This KAD examines major systems theory and theorists from a broad and in-depth perspective and encourages the student to discover applications in his/her profession. Also considered in depth are theories which impact on micro- and macro-levels of social and economic systems.

A. Breadth: Major Systems Theories

B. Depth: Ecclesiastical Systems Theory

C. Application: Family Systems-Self Analysis

II. HUMAN DEVELOPMENT (8 credits)

This knowledge area addresses basic theories and current research in stages of human development, transitions between stages, normal developmental patterns, and crisis's which occur. Students learn to explore developmental questions in the context of both chronological time and underlying physical, social, and psychological experiences.

A. Breadth: Individual Differences: Major Theories and Theorists of Human

Development; Abnormal Psychology; Personality Theories.

B. Depth: Theocentric Theory

C. Demonstration: self-analysis and personal analysis (50 hrs) (300 hours for

certification students)

III. RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD AND SOCIETAL DEVELOPMENT (8 credits)

This KAD examines major religions of the world from a broad and in-depth perspective and stimulates the student to apply his/her knowledge within the context of his/her profession.

A. Breadth: Basis of Religions

B. Depth: Basis of Judeo-Christianity

C. Application: Dissemination of Judeo-Christianity

IV. RESEARCH (10 credits)

The Research KAD examines major research methodologies and equips the student with research skills enabling him/her to develop a research proposal. UWCMA does not endorse one mode of research; rather, students are encouraged to pursue their personal and professional interests and explore the questions that appeal to them. Students are guided to resources which help them learn to conduct scholarly inquiry, to understand ethical and philosophical issues in research, to comprehend statistical concepts and procedures, and research designs.

A. Breadth: Major Research Methodologies

B. Depth: Methodological Illustration

C. Application: Preliminary Dissertation Proposal


ADVANCED KADs
FOR DOCTOR OF MINISTRY/RELIGIOUS EDUCATION/CHURCH ADMINISTRATION

V. JUDEO-CHRISTIAN INFLUENCE (8 credits)

This KAD explores the scope of influence Judeo-Christianity has upon the world from a broad and in-depth perspective and encourages the student to find ways that it has effected or will effect change in his/her profession.

A. Breadth: Historical, Current and Future Development of Judaism and

Christianity

B. Depth: Societal, Cultural, Political, Moral, Ethical and Judicial Aspects of

Judeo-Christian Influence

C. Application: Its Influence On My Profession

VI. INTERVENTION STRATEGIES (8 credits)

This KAD examines multiple intervention strategies from a broad and in-depth perspective and encourages the student to find ways to apply his/her knowledge to his/her profession.

A. Breadth: Clinical Methodologies vs. Spiritual Methodologies

B. Depth: Clerical Codes of Ethics and Standards

C. Application: Practicum (2000 hours of supervised work w/50 hours of face to

face supervision)

VII. CASE STUDY (10 credits)

This KAD explores an individual case utilizing the methods of case study as a means to examine various issues surrounding a specific incident, individual, company, issue, disease, system, etc. relevant to the ecclesiastical precinct.

DISSERTATION PROPOSAL

DISSERTATION (15 credits)


ADVANCED KADs FOR DOCTOR OF THEOLOGY

V. JUDEO-CHRISTIAN INFLUENCE (8 credits)

This KAD explores the scope of influence Judeo-Christianity has upon the world from a broad and in-depth perspective and encourages the student to find ways that it has effected or will effect change in his/her profession.

A. Breadth: Historical, Current and Future Development of Judaism and

Christianity

B. Depth: Societal, Cultural, Political, Moral, Ethical and Judicial Aspects of

Judeo-Christian Influence

C. Application: Its Influence On My Profession


VI. ADVANCED CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY (8 credits)

This KAD examines prevailing major and minor Biblical doctrines from the reformation to twentieth century denominationalism covering broad teachings from justification to eschatological epistemology. Each student will examine their individual heritage both historically and contemporarily from a broad and in-depth Perspective. Each student is encouraged to find ways to apply his/her knowledge to his/her vocational or avocational context demonstrating an understanding of Clerical Ethics and Standards.

A. Breadth: Historical Christian Theology

B. Depth: Examination of Individual Christian Theological Heritage

C. Application: Theological Teaching Practicum (2000 hours of supervised work

w/50 hours of face to face supervision) demonstrating and understanding of Clerical Ethics and Standards

VII. CASE STUDY (10 credits)

This KAD explores an individual case utilizing the methods of case study as a means to examine various issues surrounding a specific incident, individual, company, issue, disease, system etc. relevant to the ecclesiastical precinct.

DISSERTATION PROPOSAL

DISSERTATION (15 credits)

Specializations:

ALU offers several Professional Specializations for masters and doctoral degree programs. Students interested in psychology and Psychoanalytic Specializations should review the student handbook. Psychology and psychoanalysis specialization programs follow guidelines established by the Consortium of Diversified Psychology Programs (CDPP) and the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis (NAAP) respectively. Some Specializations are:

1. Clinical Psychology

2. Counseling Psychology

3. School Psychology

4. Organizational Psychology

5. Certified Psychoanalysis

NOTE: For more information on Professional and Avocational Specializations see student handbook for greater detail and guidance.


ADVANCE KADs FOR DOCTOR OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

V. THEORIES OF LEARNING AND MOTIVATION - (8 semester credits)

This knowledge area surveys the field of human learning with emphasis on needs, expectations, motivation, perception and communication as they pertain to learning and individual change.

A. Breadth: As contracted between professor and student.

B. Depth: As contracted between professor and student.

C. Application: As contracted between professor and student.

VI. ADMINISTRATION AND PLANNING FOR EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS -

(8 semester credit)

Education as an institution has been a stimulus for social development over the past decades. Students study the body of literature on educational administration and explore in depth the many possibilities relating education to change in their profession. This knowledge area includes examination of the causes and effects of change in the profession as well as the societal consequences of professional activity.

A. Breadth: As contracted between professor and student.

B. Depth: As contracted between professor and student.

C. Application: As contracted between professor and student.

VII. ADVANCED CASE STUDY IN APPLIED CHANGE-EDUCATION -

(10 semester credits)

Utilizing theoretical constructs and models of human learning and educational practice from the previous two knowledge areas, students are challenged to apply these constructs to practical apply these constructs to practical application through a case study format. For assessment in this area, students will design a case study of an aspect of their professional practice. Students' professional growth and understanding of continuity and change in their profession as primary objectives.


ADVANCED KADs FOR DOCTOR OF PASTORAL PSYCHOLOGY/COUNSELING

V. THEOCENTRIC PSYCHOLOGY (8 credits)

Students examine, compare and contrast major Biblical concepts regarding the human behavior and the human soul versus major secular theorists and schools of thought from a psychological and interactional perspective. This knowledge area provides a base for students facing pastoral counseling, empathy (diagnostic), and care (treatment) of parishioners or community members seeking spiritual help.

A. Breadth: Overview of Major Theocentric Theories

B. Depth: An expansion of One View (Student's choice)

C. Application: Applying Theory to Reality

VI. INTERVENTION STRATEGIES (8 credits)

Professionals in the clergy and human service areas are continuously challenged by society as it affects individuals. This knowledge area provides assessment of intervention strategies for facilitating and initiating change in a therapeutic environment. Although major schools of thought are studied and evaluated for their contributions the focus is on Theocentric Psychology.

A. Breadth: Theocentric Psychology: Psychopharmacology and Psychotherapy v.

divine Intervention and Clinical Theology.

B. Depth: Profession Codes of Ethics and Standards.

C. Application: Practicum (2000 hours of supervised work w/50 hours of face to

face supervision). Utilizing Diagnostic Methodologies and Intervention Strategies: Interviewing Techniques; Discernment; Clinical Guessing vs. Testing Instruments

(Psychological Assessment Tools); Psychotherapy, Clinical Theology.

VII. CASE STUDY (10 credits)

Student documents a Case where he/she brought about change by implementing change agents within the context of his/her chosen theoretical approach to change process.

DISSERTATION PROPOSAL

DISSERTATION (15 credits)


Specializations:

ALU offers three Ph.D. in Pastoral Psychology Specializations. Students interested in psychology and psychoanalytic Specializations should review the student handbook. ALU's specialization programs follow guidelines established by the Consortium of Diversified Psychology Programs (CDPP) and the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis (NAAP) respectively. Some Specializations are:

1. Counseling Psychology

2. Clinical Psychology

3. Psychoanalytic Certification

NOTE: For more information on Professional and Avocational Specializations see student handbook for greater detail and guidance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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