Learn • Grow • Go

Four College Level Courses Including One Week of On-Site Intensive Training.

Hope Corps has partnered with Wilson University to offer fully apostolic courses that may apply towards an AA or BS degree when continuing your education at Wilson University. As part of the Hope Corps graduation requirements, students must complete three online courses (six weeks each) for a total of 18 weeks. The fourth course has an online component and includes the Intensive Training Week.

Biblical Principles

Establish a Consistent & Cohesive Worldview that is seen through the lens of key Biblical Principles, People, Places, Events and Themes.

Theological Essentials

Learn how to Analyze, Defend, and Apply the Foundational Doctrines of the Christian Faith into your Life and Ministry. 

Leadership Formation

Embrace Biblical Leadership through Spiritual Formation. Discover your Strengths and Explore God’s Calling in your Life.

INTERCULTURAL STUDIES

Develop Cross-Cultural Competency and Explore Foundational Understandings of the Field of Missiology. Completed at ITW.

Intensive Training Week

ITW is the place to put what you’ve learned into action. Experience a week of teaching & reaching and then take it home to your city!

ITW Locations

Manhattan, New York | Roatan, Honduras | Oslo, Norway | Memphis, Tennessee | Manila, Philippines
Application Fee: A fee of $65 is paid to Hope Corps at the time of application.

Course Fee Structure*: Hope Corps is happy to announce a 17% tuition reduction for the 2019-2020 classes. The full tuition is just $966, which may be paid in full or in four monthly installments directly to Wilson University. For those desiring to make monthly payments, they may schedule a monthly electronic payment plan in the amount of $253.58 (includes a 5% processing fee) per month. Another option is to pay a one-time full payment of $966 by check or electronically (EFT includes an 5% processing fee) prior to the start of the course.   

*These prices are tuition only and do not include a breakdown of course fees. Optional course tuition of $425 per unit ($1,230 per class) is available for fully accredited courses. Financial aid is available. Please contact a WU admissions advisor if you are interested in this option.

“Wilson University empowers students to become world class leaders through spiritual formation and Christian higher education in an environment that embodies the Pentecostal ethos.” – Nathaniel J. Wilson

 Biblical Principles

Course 1: Foundational Studies

This course teaches students to think critically about biblical principles and equips them to form a consistent and cohesive worldview. The course also provides an overview of the Bible with emphasis on the key events, primary figures, and principle themes.

Study Topics

• Biblical Worldview
• Significance of the Word
• Pentateuch (Law)
• Historical Books
• Poetry & Wisdom
• Prophets
• Gospels & Acts
• Epistles & Revelation

 Theological Essentials

Course 2: Fundamental Doctrine Studies

In this course, students analyze, defend, and apply foundational theological topics and key doctrines of the Christian faith including salvation, the Godhead, and holiness.

Study Topics

• Salvation
• The Godhead
• Theological Topics
• Holiness
• Israel and the Church
• Apostolic Ministry

Leadership Formation

Course 3: Developing Christian Character

In this course, students examine spiritual formation as an initial and ongoing foundation for the development of their leadership capacity. Students discover their strengths and explore God’s calling in their life. Concepts include spiritual disciplines, spiritual authority, types of leadership, and passion for leadership.

Study Topics

• Leadership: What is it?
• Spirituality and Leadership
• Lifestyle of a Spiritual Leader
• Leadership Styles
• Spiritual Authority
• Church Governance
• Leading vs. Managing
• Leading with Purpose and Passion

Intercultural Studies

Course 4: Local & Foreign Missions (Completed at I.T.W.)

In order to develop a basic level of cross-cultural competency, this course will challenge students to learn about the way people from various cultural backgrounds think, behave, and communicate. The students will also explore foundational understandings of the field of missiology.

Study Topics

• Introduction to Culture
• Cross Culture Evangelism
• A Broader Look at Culture
• Evangelizing Asian Cultures
• Evangelizing African Cultures
• Evangelizing North American Cultures
• Evangelizing Latin American Cultures
• Cultural Theory & Intercultrual Evangelism

 Biblical Principles

Course 1: Foundational Studies

This course teaches students to think critically about biblical principles and equips them to form a consistent and cohesive worldview. The course also provides an overview of the Bible with emphasis on the key events, primary figures, and principle themes.

Study Topics

• Biblical Worldview
• Significance of the Word
• Pentateuch (Law)
• Historical Books
• Poetry & Wisdom
• Prophets
• Gospels & Acts
• Epistles & Revelation

 Theological Essentials

Course 2: Fundamental Doctrine Studies

In this course, students analyze, defend, apply, and teach foundational theological topics and key doctrines of the Christian faith including salvation, the Godhead, and holiness.

Study Topics

• Salvation
• The Godhead
• Theological Topics
• Holiness
• Israel and the Church
• Apostolic Ministry

Leadership Formation

Course 3: Developing Christian Character

In this course, students examine spiritual formation as an initial and ongoing foundation for the development of their leadership capacity. Students discover their strengths and explore God’s calling in their life. Concepts include spiritual disciplines, spiritual authority, types of leadership, and passion for leadership.

Study Topics

• Leadership: What is it?
• Spirituality and Leadership
• Lifestyle of a Spiritual Leader
• Leadership Styles
• Spiritual Authority
• Church Governance
• Leading vs. Managing
• Leading with Purpose and Passion

Intercultural Studies

Course 4: Local & Foreign Missions (Completed at I.T.W.)

In order to develop a basic level of cross-cultural competency, this course will challenge students to learn about the way people from various cultural backgrounds think, behave, and communicate. The students will also explore foundational understandings of the field of missiology.

Study Topics

• Introduction to Culture
• Cross Culture Evangelism
• A Broader Look at Culture
• Evangelizing Asian Cultures
• Evangelizing African Cultures
• Evangelizing North American Cultures
• Evangelizing Latin American Cultures
• Cultural Theory & Intercultrual Evangelism

Schedule & Enroll for Courses at Your Convenience.

Hope Corps understands the demands on your time and schedule. With that in mind, we have partnered with Wilson University to provide students with 2 Cohorts for maximum flexibility.

Cohort 1


Courses Begin August 12, 2019
Courses End December 15, 2019

Biblical Principles

August 12, 2019 – Sept 22, 2019

Theological Essentials

Sept 23, 2019 – Nov 3, 2019

Leadership Formation

Nov 4, 2019 – December 15, 2019

Intercultural Studies

Completed at I.T.W.


Enrollment Deadline

July 26, 2019

 

Cohort 2


Courses Begin January, 2020
Courses End May 17, 2020

Biblical Principles

January 6, 2020 – February 16, 2020

Theological Essentials

February 17, 2020 – March 29, 2020

Leadership Formation

April 6, 2020 – May 17, 2020

Intercultural Studies

Completed at I.T.W.


Enrollment Deadline

December 16. 2019

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