MA Practicums

MPC3002:  Pastoral Care & Counseling Practicum; 2cr. (Required for MAPCC)

Prof. Insook Lee              islee@nyts.edu                                                          Rm. tba

Meets: Sep. 19; Oct. 3, 24; Nov. 14; Dec. 12 (8:30 am – 4:30 pm)

 

The MAPCC Capstone Project is an integrated conceptual and practical assignment that represents the student’s theoretical and conceptual knowledge in the field of Pastoral Care and Counseling.  This is a demonstration project that depicts the student’s ability to implement theory and praxis in an ethical manner.

Part 2 (MPC3012) is to be taken in the spring semester.

Prof. Insook Lee                                                                                   islee@nyts.edu

Dates: 2/1, 2/22; 3/7, 21; 4/4 (from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM)

This course is continued from the fall semester: Integrated conceptual and practical assignment that represents the student’s theoretical and conceptual knowledge in the field of Pastoral Care and Counseling.

Prof. Tamara Henry                                                                         thenry@nyts.edu

Dates: 2/1, 22; 3/7, 21; 4/4 (from 9: AM to 5:00 PM) Virtual

This course is continued from the fall semester: Integrated conceptual and practical assignment that represents the student’s theoretical and conceptual knowledge in the field of Religious Education

Prof. Alfred Johnson                                                                    ajohnson@nyts.edu

Dates: 2/6, 2/20, 3/6, 3/20, 4/3  (from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM) Virtual

This course is continued from the fall semester: Integrated conceptual and practical assignment that represents the student’s theoretical and conceptual knowledge in the field of Leadership and Administration.

Prof. Tamara Henry                                                                         thenry@nyts.edu

Dates: 2/1, 22; 3/7, 21; 4/4 (from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM) Virtual

This course is continued from the fall semester: Integrated conceptual and practical assignment that represents the student’s theoretical and conceptual knowledge in the field of Youth Ministry.

Prerequisite: TMU500: Practice of Prophetic Ministry Students must submit a Credo Reader form to the PPM professor in the fall Credo Submission Deadline: April 1.

Profs. Rafael Reyes & Keith Russell          rreyes@nyts.edu; krussell@nyts.edu

The student will prepare a systematic presentation of his/her own beliefs developed out of work done in the Practice of Prophetic Ministry. The student will seek to analyze, integrate, and evaluate his/her experience of theological education as it relates to the contemporary practice of Christian ministry. The work culminates in a major paper of 40 to 50 pages, which systematically discusses the student's own belief and practice.