Christian Education

Christian Vocation - Religious Education Concentration

In Christian Vocation - Religious Education, students concentrate on the integration of theological studies and education to serve churches in their teaching ministry more effectively.

General Education Curriculum                                 48-49 hours

General education Courses Required in all Tracks
REL 104 Introduction to Religion
REL 204 Survey of the Old Testament OR
REL 205 Survey of the New Testament

Major Required Courses                                                 42   
Religion Required Courses (24 hours)
REL 204 or 205 (whichever was not taken to satisfy the general education requirement)
REL 390 Christian Service and Vocation
REL 460 Internship
Select five additional Religion Courses

Education Required Courses (18 hours)
EDU 225 Lifespan Development from a Multicultural Perspective
EDU 230 Common Elements of Differentiated Instruction
EDU 318 Motivation and Learning for Diverse Students
EDU 329 Teaching in the Inclusion Classroom
EDU 325 Differentiated Curriciulum and Instruction
EDU 440 Spirituality and the Nurturing Classroom Environment (with a required practicum experience)

General Electives                                                         29-30

Students in all tracks will fill out an exit interview and present a portfolio

Total Semester Credits
Required in Degree                                                       120


Rev. Thomas A. "Lonnie" Lacey '02 presents the message at the 2009 Baccalaureate Service.


The Rev. Dr. Aquiles E. Martinez
Religion Program Coordinator
7300 Reinhardt College Circle
Waleska, Georgia 30183