The Graduate Diploma - Worldview Studies in Korean seeks to equip Christian leaders with a Christian worldview, so that they may become Christ-like servants and sacrificial leaders. You will strengthen your spiritual disciplines, learn significant leadership skills and refresh your academic and professional experience by developing a coherent Christian worldview in the areas of science, family, life and social issues.
Courses and program requirements for the Worldview Studies in Korean program are available entirely in Korean, though your may also access the wider range of English-delivery courses and resources available through ACTS.
* The Diploma-WSK program is normally completed in three semesters.
Research & Writing
RES 490K - Library Skills
RES 500K - Research Strategies
BIB 500K - Introduction to Biblical Studies
THS 540K - Introduction to Theology
Choose three of the following courses:
BIB 505K - Biblical Hermeneutics
THS 571K - Believers' Church Theology
HIS 541K - History of Christianity II
CLD 510K - Foundations of Christian Leadership
WVS 500 - Worldview Foundations
Two Worldview Studies Electives
SCS 691 - Creation Studies Field Trip
Two Science Studies or Family & Social Studies Electives
There are no areas of study for this program.
ACTS Seminaries welcomes applicants who confess faith in Jesus, are
members in or connected with a local church, and possess a desire for
academic and spiritual growth within the ACTS Seminaries community. A
Master of Divinity or equivalent theological degree from an
accredited university or college is the standard academic prerequisite,
along with at least three years of ministry experience.
Step 1 - choose your degree program
Step 2 - fill out the online application form
Step 3 - submit your references and transcripts
The seminaries that constitute the Associated Canadian
Theological Schools admit qualified women and men of any race,
nationality or ethnic origin. Please note that meeting the minimum
admission requirements does not guarantee admission. ACTS may consider
applicants who do not meet the minimum academic requirements, provided
they can demonstrate the ability to succeed at the graduate level.