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Welcome to Achievers Institute of Science & Business Studies (AISBS)!  AISBS is the academic ministry degree division of AIUCTS.  The program is open to all students desiring to study through  AISBS.  The AISBS programs differ from those offered through ACPT and they carry the regular course load at AIUCTS including thesis and dissertation at the master's and doctoral levels.  Below are the degree programs offered through AISBS.  Please find AISBS catalog at the bottom of degree programs.torate in

Christian Counseling

CC-5344 Crisis Counseling
An examination of major stress and points from firth to death. Attention is given to pragmatic and therapeutic responses to crisis points.

CC-5324 Counseling Ethics
A training for counseling students in which in-depth individual topics including ethical and legal considerations are researched. The course will sensitize the student to the necessary relationship between counseling practice and his/her own assumptions.

MIN-7134 Intrinsic Healing II

When the world makes no sense there are biblical solutions for struggles with depression, anxiety, panic, addictions and guilt. Solutions lie in the development of basic undeveloped tasks that you may have failed to complete when growing up and tasks that bring changes that heal. Offers help in taking on the likeness of the one that created you.

CC-5314 Techniques of Christian Counseling

A course designed to help the student distinguish the importance of counseling in his/her own particular ministry. The student will learn techniques of the ministry counseling in the local church. Emphasis will be placed on the use of the Bible in counseling with direct application to a variety of counseling situations.

CC-53104 Marriage Counseling

An essential reference for counselors, therapists and pastors, this course offers a  comprehensive manual for assisting couples over common rough spots and through serious problems in a manner  that is compassionate and effective yet in a brief amount of time. It shows how to be strategic in each counseling situation by including teaching,  training, exercises, forgiveness, modeling and motivation.

MIN-7164 Student Dissertation on Christian Counseling

Proposal
Students must submit a 3-5 page, Proposal for Doctoral Dissertation, to AIUCTS,the attention of the Doctoral Dissertation Committee.
The 25-50 page dissertation proposal paper must, at a minimum, identify the dissertation thematic topic, posed and anticipated research questions, and should set forth the research design. In addition, the proposal shall indicate the style manual the student intends to use (see item 7: a,b below).

The student seeking candidacy should feel free to compose his or her dissertation proposal based on the aforementioned inclusions, but must be guided by normal and accepted institutional proposal practices. Therefore, the student is advised to seek guidance for his or her proposal outline from precedent practice, library resource, internet documentation, or any other resource avenues that are in keeping with said accepted institutional practice.

The student must secure approval of dissertation concept paper via said proposal from his or her major professor before the college-wide General Committee of AIUCTS
has been convened for review. After local review of the submitted proposal by the major professor of the student's matriculated branch, the major professor may forward the proposal to the General Committee or may return the proposal to the submitting student for further clarification and/or supplemental change(s). The student is expected to give deference to his or her major professor's discretion in this matter.

The student will be notified by their major professor as to the status of their request once the college-wide review process has been completed.
 

The Dissertation Format

1. The work must be judged worthy of commercial publication by the Doctoral Dissertation General   Committee.
2. The work will be submitted in duplicate. AIUCTS will retain a copy.
3. The work will be bound. The candidate's name should be embossed in gold on the cover.
4. The work will have a minimum of 37,500 words - About 150 pages
5. The candidate will reflect at least 60 cited works.
6. The work will include:
a. Table of Contents
b. Introduction
c. Candidate's bibliography

Doctorate in Ministry
MIN-7114 Wisdom and Poetry
A study of the books of Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes and the Songs of Solomon. The student will examine why were they written in the poetic form and the significance of that form as opposed to the traditional manuscript forms.

MIN-7124 Essential Skills of Preaching
Utilizing the tools acquired as a result of the successful completion of this course, the student will be able to read, analyze and critique the sermons of Gospel preachers. The student will become acquainted with the requirements and preparation methods of effective Gospel preaching, as well as the fundamentals of actual sermon delivery.

MIN-7134 Intrinsic Healing II

When the world makes no sense there are biblical solutions for struggles with depression, anxiety, panic, addictions and guilt. Solutions lie in the development of basic undeveloped tasks that you may have failed to complete when growing up and tasks that bring changes that heal. Offers help in taking on the likeness of the one that created you.

MIN-7144 Salvation in the Old Testament
A course that explores Old Testament texts which relate to the doctrine of salvation. Hidden within the pages of the Old Testament are the contemporaries of the New Testament salvation.  Righteousness, justice, and holiness are major themes of the Old Testament. Paradoxically, God, who is opposed to evil and sin, comes to save those who are sinful, unrighteous, unjust, and unholy. The student will explore the Gospel as it begins to appear in the Old Testament.

MIN-7154 Principles of Church Evangelism
A course designed to assist students in learning and understand basic Biblical principles and practical procedures for personal and church evangelism. It reaches not only the inside, but also the outside the church proper.

MIN-7164 Student Dissertation

Proposal
Students must submit a 3-5 page, Proposal for Doctoral Dissertation, to AIUCTS of Valencia Spain   to the attention of the Doctoral Dissertation Committee.
 
The 3-5 page dissertation proposal paper must, at a minimum, identify the dissertation thematic topic, posed and anticipated research questions, and should set forth the research design. In addition, the proposal shall indicate the style manual the student intends to use (see item 7: a,b below).

The student seeking candidacy should feel free to compose his or her dissertation proposal based on the aforementioned inclusions, but must be guided by normal and accepted institutional proposal practices. Therefore, the student is advised to seek guidance for his or her proposal outline from precedent practice, library resource, internet documentation, or any other resource avenues that are in keeping with said accepted institutional practice.

The student must secure approval of dissertation concept paper via said proposal from his or her major professor before the college-wide General Committee of Achievers International University College & Theological Seminary has been convened for review.
 
 After local review of the submitted proposal by the major professor of the student's matriculated branch, the major professor may forward the proposal to the General Committee or may return the proposal to the submitting student for further clarification and/or supplemental change(s).
 
The student is expected to give deference to his or her major professor's discretion in this matter.

The student will be notified by their major professor as to the status of their request once the college-wide review process has been completed.
 

The Dissertation Format

1. The work must be judged worthy of commercial publication by the Doctoral Dissertation General   Committee.
2. The work will be submitted in duplicate. AIUCTS will retain a copy.
3. The work will be bound. The candidate's name should be embossed in gold on the cover.
4. The work will have a minimum of 37,500 words - About 150 pages
5. The candidate will reflect at least 60 cited works.
6. The work will include:
a. Table of Contents
b. Introduction
c. Candidate's bibliography

 
Doctorate in Christian Education
 
ED-7304 Wisdom and Poetry of the Old Testament
A study of the books of Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes and the Songs of Solomon. The student will examine why were they written in the poetic form and the significance of that form as opposed to the traditional manuscript forms.

ED-7314 Teaching for Results
Dr. Edge, the author of the text for this course, says that Bible teachers' success lies in their ability to establish and achieve teaching goals. This course is a classic resource for ministers of education and Sunday School teachers.

ED-7334 Developing Counseling Strategy
The student will review a whole range of opinions concerning the place of counseling in the local church. While acquiring a knowledge base for the development of a counseling stratagem in his/her own church, the student will become familiar with the practices and techniques of training others.

ED-7344 The Effective Minister of Education

This course contains essential information for those preparing to serve as a director of education. It discusses the calling, the qualifications, the roles, the responsibilities and the rewards of Christian Education.

ED-7354 Leadership Training for Christian Education
Offers a combination of both theory and practical ideas to help leaders determine what work needs to be done. Explores the biblical philosophy of church education, qualities of leaders, the roles and responsibilities of church leaders, church administration, personnel matters, human relations, communication and training leaders.

ED-7364 Student Dissertation on Christian Education

Proposal
Students must submit a 3-5 page, Proposal for Doctoral Dissertation, to Achievers International University College of Valencia Spain., Calle Rio Nervion 23-6-12,46025  to the attention of the Doctoral Dissertation Committee.
 
The 3-5 page dissertation proposal paper must, at a minimum, identify the dissertation thematic topic, posed and anticipated research questions, and should set forth the research design. In addition, the proposal shall indicate the style manual the student intends to use (see item 7: a,b below).

The student seeking candidacy should feel free to compose his or her dissertation proposal based on the aforementioned inclusions, but must be guided by normal and accepted institutional proposal practices. Therefore, the student is advised to seek guidance for his or her proposal outline from precedent practice, library resource, internet documentation, or any other resource avenues that are in keeping with said accepted institutional practice.

The student must secure approval of dissertation concept paper via said proposal from his or her major professor before the college-wide General Committee of AIUC has been convened for review.
 
 After local review of the submitted proposal by the major professor of the student's matriculated branch, the major professor may forward the proposal to the General Committee or may return the proposal to the submitting student for further clarification and/or supplemental change(s). The student is expected to give deference to his or her major professor's discretion in this matter.

The student will be notified by their major professor as to the status of their request once the college-wide review process has been completed.
 

The Dissertation Format

1. The work must be judged worthy of commercial publication by the Doctoral Dissertation General   Committee.
2. The work will be submitted in duplicate. AIUC will retain a copy.
3. The work will be bound. The candidate's name should be embossed in gold on the cover.
4. The work will have a minimum of 37,500 words - About 150 pages
5. The candidate will reflect at least 60 cited works.
6. The work will include:
a. Table of Contents
b. Introduction
c. Candidate's bibliography

 
Masters in Ministry
 
MIN-5204 Exegesis - New Testament
This course provides step-by-step analysis of exegeting the New Testament for study or sermon preparation. Devised for those with minimal Greek. It reflects the introduction of many new secondary materials, computer-aided research and rhetorical criticism's presence in exegetical materials.

MIN-5214 Heartfelt Preaching
This course focuses on the person of the preacher in the preaching task. It discusses the importance of preaching from the inside rather from tradition.

MIN-5224 Conflict Management II
Conflict arises in all levels of the church. Pastors, associate pastors, deacons, elders and church members have different opinions. The pastor is often appointed by default as the mediator.

MIN-5234 Seniors Ministry
A theology on aging. This course speaks directly and compassionately about the sometimes painful transition to retirement and beyond. Concentrates on the inner needs os seniors, including spiritual needs and the need to have a purpose in life. Provides valuable insight for anyone working with seniors.

MIN-5244 Doctrines of Christian Faith
A presentation of the key doctrines of the Christian faith. Designed as a core text for introductory courses in Christian theology and doctrine.

MIN-5254 Introduction to Greek
(Not offered at some branches)
Biblical Greek at the entry level.

MIN-5264 Introduction to Hebrew

(Not offered at some branches)
An entry level course in biblical Hebrew

MIN-5274 Revival
A Course that gives a complete treatment of revival covering such areas as the place of faith and prayer in relation to revival, revival methods, hindrances to revivals and instructions for new Christians.

MIN-52104 Ministry in Missions
A course for missionaries and those with a heart for missions. It lays sound theological and strategic foundations for the missionary of today. Gives insight into difficulties encountered on the mission field caused by language barriers, customs, cultures and communication of the message of Jesus Christ

NOTE: AIUC courses may be changed and/or substituted as the instructor(s) deems necessary.

 
Bachelor in Ministry
 
MIN-3203 Basics of Christian Education.
Filled with valuable information, this entry level course is a prerequisite to becoming an accomplished Christian educator. This textbook is 314 pages of information and guidelines that should be a part of an educator's library.

MIN-3213 Christian Social Ministry.
The text of this course is biblically rooted, historically informed, theologically thorough, and eminently practical. It deals with the contemporary social issues using Christian ministry.

MIN-3223 Church Administration I
Guidelines and procedures for administering effectively the work of a local church. This course helps to prepare the pastor, deacon, elder or lay person the art of church administration.

MIN-3233 History of Evangelism
The text for this course is an interesting and highly readable account of the history of evangelism. This course is a must for pastors, missionaries and especially those with a call for evangelism. It is commonly used in Bible colleges around the world.

MIN-3243 Leadership Development
This course guides leaders in identifying and nurturing leadership skill s in those who surround them. The author of the textbook notes that while many leaders are skilled in seeing the "big picture," they need other leaders to help them transform that vision into reality. Discusses ways to develop, equip and coach potential leaders.

MIN-3253 Renewing of the Mind
This course is a tape series by Dr. David .J. Gonzalez. It gives the student practical application as well as instructional insight to help achieve a renewed mind in Christ.

MIN-3263 Essential Skills of Preaching
Utilizing the tools acquired as a result of the successful completion of this course, the student will be able to read, analyze and critique the sermons of Gospel preachers. The student will become acquainted with the requirements and preparation methods of effective Gospel preaching, as well as the fundamentals of actual sermon delivery.

MIN-3273 Intrinsic Healing I
The text for this course presents an in depth look at nouthetic counseling. Without the background of the Bible and the leading of the Holy Spirit, the counselor is little more than a sounding board. The student will find how to offer true intrinsic healing for the counselee.

MIN-3283 From Stress to Well-being

Today's society propels Americans toward ever-increasing stress levels.  This course addresses the importance of trusting God, reducing stressors, and leading a mentally and physically healthy Christian life.  It equips the student to recognize the symptoms of stress, providing counseling insights for helping those affected.

MIN-3293 Applied Homiletics

Any serious student of ministry will benefit from this course designed as a homiletic primer. A minister's guide to proper interpretation of God's Word.

MIN-32103 Ethics in Leadership
This course will help ministers sharpen their personal and professional decision making skills in areas such as family life, sexual vulnerability, confidentiality, truth-telling, relating to other ministers, political involvement and other areas of concern. Includes a collection of codes of ethics from different denominations.

MIN-32113 Counseling from the Required Electives list

If a particular course is not selected by the student, one will be assigned during the degree plan composition.


NOTE: AIUC courses may be changed and/or substituted as the instructor(s) deems necessary.

 
Associate in Ministry
 
MIN-1013 Introduction to Missions
This course seeks to guide missionaries (1) to understand the purposes of God that empower mission; (2) to discern personal motives for carrying out that mission; (3) to learn how to be learners of a new culture and many other necessary segments of information that is essential to the missionary.

MIN-1023 Introduction to Youth Ministry
Today's pastor must have a working knowledge of youth ministry. This course is designed for anyone with a heart for working with children of all ages. Details of youth ministry are carefully examined.

MIN-1033 The Ministry of Education
This course contains essential information for those preparing to serve as a director of education. It discusses the calling, the qualifications, the roles, the responsibilities and the rewards of Christian Education.

MIN-1043 Applied Systematic Theology

An excellent course for discussions of Bible Doctrines at the introductory college level.

MIN-1053 Introduction to Evangelism
A detailed, but introductory, study of evangelism. This course embraces evangelism as a necessary ingredient to effective ministry. It is a front line look at this often neglected part of the local church.

MIN-1063 Church Growth

Most pastors and church leaders want growth. They have tried program after program, often with limited success. This course is designed to guide toward healthy and sustained growth.

MIN-1073 Expository Preaching
This course shows that followers of Jesus, the Prince of preachers, must understand the necessity of walking as men and women of God, they must understand preparation and sermon delivery and finally, they must understand the breadth of the Word they are proclaiming. This is a primer for every preacher.

MIN-1083 Family Ministry
This course is a guide to a church's family ministry. It deals with strong as well as dysfunctional families and contains theological and biblical discussions of some of the major issues in marriage and family along with practical guidelines for most aspects of parenting and marriage.

MIN-1093 Eschatology
This course is based on the thesis that eschatology deals only with the end, the last day, the last war. It shows that Christian eschatology has nothing to do with the apocalypse, but is about new creation.

MIN-10103 Ministry for Bereavement
A pace setting course on bereavement ministry. The programs outlined helps clergy or lay ministers to effectively deal with to those who, for whatever reason, are working their way through the grieving process.

MIN-10113 The Pastor Under Fire
Thousands of ministers are being driven from the ministry (and church) each year by destructive antagonists. This course offers remedial strategies for pastors and congregations who want to protect themselves against the abuse of parishioners with personality disorders, mental illnesses, and mean streaks in situations that go well beyond mere church conflict.

MIN-10123 Foundations of Christian Education

With the unified vision of a Christian education faculty committed to integrating academic theory with ministry application, this course invites you to tour the Christian education field as it approaches the twenty-first century

Note: Individual courses are subject to change and/or replacement at the discretion of the instructor(s).


Core Studies
 
BSC-1013 Old Testament Survey
The text of this course is a widely used narrative survey of the Old Testament. This study is for college freshmen and sophomores whose primary educational modality has been visual. It is also used as a refresher for established Christians who may be entering higher levels of study, but have not formally taken a course like this one.

BSC-1023 New Testament Survey
This course is a most enlightening look not only of the written Word of the New Testament, but for the examination of backgrounds and historical accounts of leaders of relevant eras. The text is excellent. It is clearly written and makes abundant use of visuals.

BSC-1033 Basic Christian Theology
A study that introduces the major doctrines of the Christian faith by showing how these doctrines answer questions that arise naturally in the minds of individuals. It is an excellent core for many areas of advanced study.

BSC-1043 Christian Scripture

Christian Scripture is an unapologetically biblical, confessional and evangelical study. The evangelical tradition is a movement that developed for the Great Awakenings in Northern Europe and North America.

BSC-1053 Prayer Essentials

This is a course that gives a step-by-step guide to building a church that prays. Gives methods to intentionally build prayer into the life and structure of the church.

BSC-1063 Spiritual Warfare

This course is designed for all Christians, babies or seasoned ministers of the Gospel. It will give insight to the spiritual war that is waging and will help prepare the student to face that war with confidence. The enemies of the Cross are exposed — not as opponent of flesh and blood, but as the spiritual principalities and powers they are.

BSC-1083 Introduction to Biblical Hermeneutics

This course evaluates the various systems of interpretation, introduces the field of hermeneutics, describes the various levels of meaning, examines the basic principles and practice of biblical exegesis and analyzes the historical tradition
 
BSC-1013 Old Testament Survey
The text of this course is a widely used narrative survey of the Old Testament. This study is for college freshmen and sophomores whose primary educational modality has been visual. It is also used as a refresher for established Christians who may be entering higher levels of study, but have not formally taken a course like this one.

BSC-1023 New Testament Survey
This course is a most enlightening look not only of the written Word of the New Testament, but for the examination of backgrounds and historical accounts of leaders of relevant eras. The text is excellent. It is clearly written and makes abundant use of visuals.

BSC-1033 Basic Christian Theology
A study that introduces the major doctrines of the Christian faith by showing how these doctrines answer questions that arise naturally in the minds of individuals. It is an excellent core for many areas of advanced study.

BSC-1043 Christian Scripture

Christian Scripture is an unapologetically biblical, confessional and evangelical study. The evangelical tradition is a movement that developed for the Great Awakenings in Northern Europe and North America.

BSC-1053 Prayer Essentials

This is a course that gives a step-by-step guide to building a church that prays. Gives methods to intentionally build prayer into the life and structure of the church.

BSC-1063 Spiritual Warfare

This course is designed for all Christians, babies or seasoned ministers of the Gospel. It will give insight to the spiritual war that is waging and will help prepare the student to face that war with confidence. The enemies of the Cross are exposed — not as opponent of flesh and blood, but as the spiritual principalities and powers they are.

BSC-1083 Introduction to Biblical Hermeneutics

This course evaluates the various systems of interpretation, introduces the field of hermeneutics, describes the various levels of meaning, examines the basic principles and practice of biblical exegesis and analyzes the historical tradition

 

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