Mission, Goals, Objectives & Outcomes

 

Our Mission

CMC passionately develops a student’s God-given potential in a process of Biblical higher education, discipleship and practical experience for sacrificial service in the church and community to expand God’s kingdom in the world with the Holy Spirit’s power.

Institutional Goals

 

Fiscal Development

The institution will demonstrate continued fiscal growth and sustainability  

 

 

Culture of Authentic Disciples

80% of students will become authentic disciples and disciple-makers  

Graduating Debt Free

100% of students will graduate debt free enabling them to deploy into ministry without the burden of debt  

Graduates

80% of students graduating with a bachelor’s degree will go into full-time/part-time ministry within a year of graduation

Student Learning Objectives

Learning objectives are assessed throughout the course of a student’s program both in class and within their co-curricular requirements.

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SLO 1 Students will become educated Bible-based believers

BIB 1113 Old Testament Survey- Students will be able to outline, understand, and know the different genres and purpose of the Old Testament.

BIB 1133 Bible Study Methods- Students will diagram and outline chapter(s) of Scripture, explaining the passage’s message for today.

THE 1143 AG History, Doctrine, and Practices- Students will understand the history, doctrine, missions movement and organizational governance of the Assemblies of God.

BIB 2213 Acts and Corinthians- Students will examine the exegetical, theological, and historical aspects of the books of Acts and I & II Corinthians in relation to the New Testament to understand the mission of the church today.

THE2223 Theology I- Students will pursue a Bible-based theology that adheres to the inerrant Word of God and discover His plan for humanity.

BIB 3293 Pentateuch- Students will examine the exegetical, theological, and historical relationship between the Old Testament and the New Testament.

BIB 3343 Biblical Hermeneutics- Students will examine Scripture by using the five steps in the interpretive journey to study and teach others the art and science of the hermeneutical process.

BIB 4413 Life of Christ in the Gospels- Students will examine the exegetical, theological, and historical relationship between the Gospels. The common and distinctive characteristics and theology of each gospel will be evaluated.

BIB 1123 New Testament Survey- Students will be able to outline, understand, and know the different genres and purpose of the New Testament

BIB 1153 Biblical Perspective of Missions- Students will examine a Biblical theology of missions with an emphasis on the church in the world.

BIB 2383 Biblical Ethics- Students will evaluate Biblical ethics in issues of modern society.

BIB 3163 Biblical Leadership- Students will examine aspects motivation, leadership style, team building, power, decision-making, organizational culture, and conflict resolution as presented in the Bible.

THE 3353 Theology II- Students will pursue a Bible-based theology that adheres to the inerrant Word of God and discover His plan for humanity.

BIB 4423 Romans and Galatians- Students will examine the historical context and respective thematic content of the books Romans and Galatians.

SLO 2 Students will become Christians of growing character

COL 1112 College Life & Development- Students will understand the principles relating to 5 areas of discipline: (spiritual, financial, time, personal and leadership) and can effectively apply these principles to their personal life.

REL 3133 Authentic Christianity- Students will practice spiritual disciplines for character formation through the reading of Scripture, personal and intercessory prayer, guidance of the Holy Spirit, and purity of lifestyle

SLO 3 Students will become Spirit-filled disciples and disciple makers

CMN 3823 Christian Education Programs- Students will examine philosophies of teaching and instructional methods of the teaching-learning process including learning styles; curriculum evaluation and planning; and educational administration

PMN 4643 Biblical Preaching Lab- Students will preach various types and styles of sermons from a variety of Biblical genres

PMN 2363 Homiletics- Students will construct various types and styles of sermons from a variety of Biblical genres.

CMN 3433 Teaching the Scriptures- Students will examine the principles and tools necessary for planting and revitalizing churches in various contexts.

SLO 4 Students will become family, church, and community servants

PMN 3373 Pastoral Counseling- Students will understand and examine basic counseling philosophies to apply spiritual answers to life problems.

PMN 4593 Church & Legal Management- Students will examine the functions of governance, law, and finances in the church setting.

Church internships- Students will become community servants in the local church under the mentorship of a pastor.

Summer internships- Students will become family and church servants in a local church or ministry under the mentorship of a pastor or ministry supervisor.

CMN 2213 Foundations of Church Ministries- Students will understand the polity and policies of the Assemblies of God and the personal, interpersonal, family, and professional dimensions of ministry.

CMN 4913 Church Plant and Revitalization- Students will examine the principles and tools necessary for planting and revitalizing churches in various contexts.

SLO 5 Students will become multi-cultural and mission-focused ministers

CMN 4943 Church Ministry Practicum- Students will demonstrate evidence of a genuine commitment to excellence and preparation for church ministry.

CMN 4963 Principles & Practices of Church Ministry- Students will examine ministry principles and practices based on the pastoral model.

PMN 4513 Church Administration- Students will examine principles of effective church administration and the management of various ministries in the local church.

Missions- Students will demonstrate their ability to be multi-cultural and mission-focused ministers during an assigned missions ministry assignment.

CMN 3393 History of Christianity- Students will analyze significant periods, events, movements, and personalities of church history from the time of Christ to the modern era.

CMN 4713 Music in Worship- Students will understand the role of music in worship.

SLO 6 Students will integrate a broad knowledge in general education for a Christian worldview

ENG 1113 Composition & Rhetoric I- Students will write effective essays using conventions appropriate to audience, purpose, and genre while following the writing process.

BIO 2114 Biological Science and Lab- Students will demonstrate their knowledge in the major concepts of biological sciences and the characteristics of life.

ENG 2173 Composition & Rhetoric II- Students will write effectively for a variety of purposes using conventions appropriate to audience, purpose, and genre while following the writing process.

MTH 2123 College Algebra- Students will demonstrate their knowledge of problem-solving strategies and a foundation for higher levels of mathematics in algebra.

GES 3273 Computer Data Analysis- Students will effectively employ computer skills to enhance ministry through correspondence, presentations, organization, and research.

SPN 3113 Spanish Language and Culture (as offered)- Students will develop Spanish speaking skills and an understanding of culture in Spanish-speaking countries.

HIS 1113 American History- Students will demonstrate knowledge of key historical periods, events, people, and locations related to early U.S. history.

COM 1143 Fundamentals of Speech- Students will understand basic verbal and non-verbal communication techniques and present public speeches effectively.

PSY 1113 Introduction to Psychology- Students will demonstrate knowledge of the history, science, approaches, and research in psychology.

ENG 2273 Introduction to Literature- Students will engage in the close reading and critical analysis of fictional literary genres.

GOV 2213 National and State Government- Students will explore the branches government and their functions and understand the basic organizations and policies of the political system.

Assessment Schedule

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Assessment Schedule

 

Student Learning Outcomes

*Fall 2021 – Spring 2022 Student Learning Outcomes

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Student Learning Outcomes