Christian Women in Leadership

Christian Women in Leadership Certificate Overview

In partnership with Woman’s Missionary Union of North Carolina, Campbell Divinity School offers a Christian Women in Leadership Certificate. This certificate program is designed to enhance the ministry of women in leadership by offering certificate credit that can be earned on its own or as part of a Master of Arts in Christian Ministry or a Master of Divinity degree program.

The courses in this certificate program will explore the roles of women in the Bible as well as in church history; they will provide opportunities for self-discovery; and they will allow women to develop their ministry and leadership skills so that they can use their gifts more effectively in their churches, communities, and beyond.

Christian Women in Leadership Certificate Curriculum

(16-18 hours)

Core courses (Must be taken by everyone in certification program):
DIVI8042 Women in Christian Leadership (2 hrs.)
DIVI2021 Women in Christian Tradition (3 hrs.)

Choose four classes from the following two categories (At least one class from each category):

Practical Ministries:
DIVI4422 Ministry of Writing (3 hrs.)
DIVI4300 Ministry of Preaching (3 hrs.)
DIVI5600 Counseling and Christian Ministry (3 hrs.)
DIVI6100 Designing Church Programs and Ministries (2 hrs.)
DIVI6141 Teaching the Bible to Youth and Adults (3 hrs.)

Missions:
DIVI3230, Local Missions and Ministries (2 hrs.)
DIVI3260, World Religion Practicum (credit hours vary)
DIVI3200, Christian Mission (3 hrs.)
DIVI3000, Evangelistic Mission of the Church (3 hrs.)

Admission and Fees

Admission

The certificate programs offered by Campbell University Divinity School require students to be enrolled in the school as a Special Student. An individual would need to complete the Special Student application process and be admitted under its admission guidelines in order to pursue a certificate program.

Applicants for Special Student status must have a four-year undergraduate degree from an accredited college. The deadline for Special Student applications is two weeks prior to the date of matriculation. Special Student applicants are accepted only for specified courses and not a degree program. If a student enrolls as a Special Student, and later decides to pursue a master-level degree program, he/she will need to complete the master-level application process.

To request a Special Student application, please contact the Divinity School Admissions Office.

Tuition and Fees

Certificate students will register and pay for classes in the same manner as any other student, with one major exception. In order to make the certificates more widely accessible, certificate students may take up to two classes for a certificate on an audit basis.

Auditing Courses

Classes taken for audit are charged at the significantly reduced rate of $75 per credit hour. Audited classes will appear on the transcript with a grade of AU. These classes cannot be transferred into a master’s degree. (Courses not taken as an audit can be transferred to a master’s degree.)To be counted towards the requirements for a certificate, an audited class must be accompanied by certification of satisfactory completion of the class from the professor.

While the option to audit classes is an option, students are welcome to complete a certificate program without auditing the course, in order to recieve academic credit for all of the work completed for the program.

For More Information

Campbell University Divinity School
Office of Admissions
(800) 334-4111, ext. 1830
ahjohnson@campbell.edu