Provides you and opportunity to create a compilation of educational evidence enabling you to reflect on and assess your progress as a learner throughout your degree program and to document your accomplishments. Your project may become a vital part of your employment resume. Specific course numbers by department include: ECM 6971 - Pastoral Care & Chaplaincy; ECM 6972 - Community Transformation; ECM 6973 - Medical & Health Services; ECM 6974 - Criminal Justice & Public Safety; ECM 6975 - Social Work & Ministry.
Students gain an opportunity to assimilate all course learning into a useful culminating project, thus strengthening the learning process.
Experiential learning moves students beyond the eclassroom to a sequence of experiential learning experiences that foster practical interaction with course concepts as a means of preparing the student for lifelong mission in the service of God within their respective academic disciplines and equipping students to become missional professionals and leaders in their chosen fields of endeavors.
Portfolios and projects are rooted in the New Testament concept of "witness" as the person who explains and what he has seen.
Students will reflect upon and provide evidence of growth in their understanding of and participation in missio dei.
Students provide evidence of their growth in understanding sociocultural contexts missional ministry and practice.
Students provide evidence of their ability to identify and value diversity.
Enables students to demonstrate their giftedness and their unique contribution to their field of study.
Projects are experiential activities intended to allow students to integrate the content and skills that have been acquired in their major of study.in a manner which enhances their future work or studies.