DSLE 503 Marriage, Family, and Interpersonal Relationships
DSLE 507 Introduction to Chaplaincy Ministry
DSLE 534 Ministry to Youth & Young Adults
DSLE 541 Foundations of Biblical Spirituality
DSLE 547 Understanding Trauma
DSLE 564 Advanced Youth and Young Adult Ministry Leadership
DSLE 605 Contemporary Topics in Religious Education and Discipling
DSLE 606 Philosophical Foundations for Professionals
DSLE 607 Intergenerational Ministry
DSLE 608 Youth and Young Adults in Contemporary Culture
DSLE 610 Teaching for Discipleship
DSLE 615 Collaborative Ministry
DSLE 620 Scholarly and Professional Development
DSLE 626 Ministry to At-Risk Youth
DSLE 635 Christian Perspectives on Professional Ethics
DSLE 636 Seminar in Youth Ministry
DSLE 651 Foundations of Biblical Counseling
DSLE 655 Families in Society
DSLE 656 Counseling Youth and Young Adults
DSLE 657 Social Policy
DSLE 658 Internal Dynamics of Families
DSLE 659 Human Sexuality
DSLE 660 Field Practicum: Professional
DSLE 661 Wholistic Health and Aging
DSLE 664 Advanced Campus Ministry
DSLE 669 Reaching the Secular Mind
DSLE 670 Reaching Out: Institutional Settings; Families and Caregivers for Seniors
DSLE 675 Ministry to Children
DSLE 677 Ministry to Older Adults
DSLE 678 Spiritual Nurture of Children
DSLE 679 Parenting Education and Guidance
DSLE 680 Field Practicum: Academic
DSLE 685 Cultural Concerns, Global Aging, Diversity and Gender
DSLE 688 MA (Discipleship in Lifespan Education) Program Continuation
DSLE 830 Advanced Fostering Spiritual Growth
DSLE 860 Teaching Religion in College
DSLE 878 Advanced Scholarly and Professional Development
DSLE 880 PhD (Discipleship in Lifespan Education) Program Continuation
DSLE 885 Field Practicum:
DSLE 887 Applied Research
DSLE 995 Doctoral Dissertation
The following courses are used out of the school of Education:
EDFN 500 Philosophical Foundations for Professionals
EDRM 505 Research Methods
EDRM 611 Applied Statistical Methods I

Credits: 3

Analysis of educational, counseling and psychological data using descriptive and basic inferential statistics; frequency distribution, measures of central tendency, dispersion, correlation, t-tests, one way Analysis of Variance, simple linear regression, introduction to multiple regression analysis, and Chi-Square. SPSS will be used for all data analysis. Students are expected to submit and present a research paper at the end of the course.