Bachelor of Theology (Campus) (Youth Ministry)


4 Years / 126 Credit Hours

This four-year degree is a comprehensive program of training for ministry, with courses in theology, Bible, practical ministry and general studies.  In addition to acquiring a solid biblical and theological foundation, you will exit this program understanding the role of the local church in community life and the student ministries leader as adolescent and family resource person.

Master’s College and Seminary is a member of YSASN (Youth Specialties Academic Support Network) and our third Youth Ministry majors attend the National Youth Worker’s Convention each year.

Highlights of the Bachelor of Theology (Youth)

  • Experience the innovative educational approach of the FIRST YEAR program in your foundational year.
  • Dig deeply into theology, Bible and practical ministry courses as your program progresses.
  • Participate in four program-specific courses designed to build your knowledge and skills as a youth specialist.
  • Attend the National Youth Workers conference in San Diego, CA, and learn from North American experts in youth ministry.
  • Practice your ministry skills with guidance from a pastor/mentor in a twelve-week internship in your last semester.
  • Get connected with local Pentecostal pastors, leaders from our districts, and our excellent faculty.
  • Graduate with the educational requirements you need to qualify for licensed ministerial credentials with the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada (PAOC).

Course Requirements

1st Semester
Spiritual Integration 3
Bible 101 3
Pentateuch 3
Canadian Society & Evangelism 3
Interpreting the Bible 3
Connections I 1
Roots I CR
1st Semester – Total 16
2nd Semester
Jesus and the Gospels 3
Foundations of Theology 3
Cross-Cultural Studies 3
Family, Church & Society 3
Communicating through Teaching 3
Connections II 1
Roots II CR
2nd Semester – Total 16
3rd Semester
Hebrew History 3
TBD (To Be Determinded) 3
World Religions 3
Church History 3
Understanding Adolescence 3
Connections III 1
Field Education I – Community Ministry CR
3rd Semester – Total 16
4th Semester
Pauline Literature 3
Holy Spirit: Pentecostal Perspective 3
Understanding Human Behaviour 3
Strategic Ministry 3
Homiletics 3
Connections IV 1
Field Education II – Community Ministry CR
4th Semester – Total 16
5th Semester
Christology 3
Using Biblical Greek 3
History of Pentecostalism 3
Pastoral Theology 3
Youth Ministry Workshop 3
Connections V 1
Field Education III – Church Ministry CR
5th Semester – Total 16
6th Semester
Hebrew Prophets 3
The Church and Its Future 3
Popular Culture & Media 3
Ethics 3
Administering the Local Church 3
Connections VI 1
Field Education IV – Church Ministry CR
6th Semester – Total 16
7th Semester
Soteriology 3
Philosophical Foundations 3
Youth Discipleship & Mission 3
Bible Elective 3
Elective 3
7th Semester – Total 15
8th Semester
B.Th. Internship: Administration 3
B.Th. Internship: Personal Development 3
B.Th. Internship: Programing 3
B.Th. Internship: Communication 3
B.Th. Internship: Capstone 3
8th Semester – Total 15