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Academic Life

The Atlanta School of Ministry is set apart from your typical academic settings because our heart is focused on intimacy with our Father. Not only are we immersed in Spiritual wisdom and understanding, but we are training to be sent out into the world to advance the Kingdom of God here on earth. We incorporate classes that are not only life altering and foundational, but they are also stepping stones to get a bachelor’s degree through our partnership with Ecclesia College. We have classes taught by various officials that range from missionaries and evangelists to CEOs and entrepreneurs.

Degree Options and Ministry Licensing

Ministry Licensing: The AG: Georgia School of Ministry, after considering the rigor or our courses, has have formed a partnership that allows Atlanta School of Ministry missionaries to get ordained and licensed with the Assemblies of God. In their 3rd year, missionaries take 4 additional required classes outside of our regular curriculum,  The estimated total of $500, which gets paid directly to GSOM, covers application fee, and access to resources for the corresponding class topics.

Degree Options: Ecclesia College has partnered with ASOM in continuing education for interested and qualified ASOM missionaries. Now that ASOM is an official cohort of Ecclesia College, dual enrolled ASOM missionaries may study towards a bachelor’s degree in Christian Leadership, Biblical Studies, or any of the degree offerings available with Ecclesia College's Distance Learning Department. In a separate partnership with Visible Music College, we now have a Certificate of Music available to participants of the Worship and Performing Arts Program. For more information, contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Grad Requirements

A first year “Completes,” a second year “Graduates,” and a third year becomes a “Commissioned Graduate.”A ceremony is held at the end of each school session celebrating these classes.

 

  • Attendance: Students are required to attend every class (podcasts available in case of traveling and work scholarships
  • Assignments: All assignments must be completed and turned in on time.
  • Tuition: Tuition must be paid in full upon graduation day.
  • Character: We are called to live and walk in the integrity, purity, and character of Christ. We expect nothing less from those graduating the school of ministry. We will represent our King well and honor His name.

 

Curriculum

Instead of focusing only on theology, the hands on application of truths and knowledge are encouraged and focused on at ASOM. Below is a list of subjects that have been taught and studied in previous years at ASOM. However, this does not limit what will be studied during the year. Many other subjects will be taught. Everything listed below is a guide and can be changed at any time by Holy Spirit's direction. Each year, semester, and week will be different as Holy Spirit leads us into wisdom, revelation, and encountering Jesus Christ. 

First Year

  • Inductive Theology
  • The Gospel I
  • Experiencing Jesus
  • Homiletics
  • Finances
  • Intimacy with God
  • Biblical Principles 1
  • Prayer & Praise
  • Inductive Theology II
  • The Gospel II
  • Hermeneutics
  • Prayer Fundamentals
  • Intimacy with God II
  • Biblical Principles II

Second Year

  • Into to Musicology
  • Old Testament
  • Advanced Leadership
  • Biblical Principles III
    Prayer and Praise
  • Into to Missiology II
  • New Testament
  • Denominations/Religion
  • Advanced Leadership II
  • Biblical Principles IV

Third Year

  • Inductive Bible Study I
  • Marketplace Ministry
  • Inductive Theory I
  • Missions planning
  • Advanced Leadership III
  • Church Administration
  • Pastoral Perspective
  • Inductive Bible Study II
  • Marketplace Ministry
  • Inductive Theory II
  • Missions Planning (Children)
  • Advanced Leadership IV
  • Church Administration
  • Pastoral Perspective II