Achieve Your Academic Goal with Our Certificate Program

Welcome to your academic individual program through our Standard Course Library in our department of customized studies. Our academic library covers a wide range of Biblical topics from antiquity to modern times.   

  • individual studies offers additional tuition discounts

 All individual certificate programs offers credits that can be applied into one of our degree programs.  What this means is that if you are not ready to enroll into a degree program you can still take individual courses that can be applied towards your future degree. 

  • courses taken from our Standard Course Library offers the least expensive way to achieve your academic or degree goal.

If you are interested in obtaining ordination, you can add ordination to your individual course selection now or in the future.


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SC-101.1 Acts of the Apostles

  • presents the position that Acts is “teach theology” as it describes the  Spirit at Pentecost and the disciples baptism in the Holy Spirit 

SC-102.1  Bible Handbook & Commentaries

  •  presents Biblical historical notes, facts, archaeological discovery outlines, historical data and epitome of church history


SC-103.1  Devotional; Names of God

  • presents an examination of God’s character as revealed through fifteen names used to describe Him in the Bible

SC-104.1​  Baptism of the Holy Spirit Handbook

  • designed to answer 37 basic questions people have on the baptism of the Holy Spirit

SC-105.1 - Harmonic Gospels

  • presents an understanding of the life of Jesus and His teachings in the New Testament while providing over 177 Old Testament references

SC-201.1 - Biblical Counseling and Psycho-heresy

  • presents the need to establish a pure scripture-based model for counseling versus Christian psychologist’s whose practice is modeled on the concepts and procedures of secular psychotherapy      


SC-202.1 - How We Got the Bible

  • presents ancient manuscripts and discussions on how the Bible has been preserved and handed down to generations    


SC-204.1 - New Age Cults & Religions

  • presents information on new age cults, religions and groups.  Discusses the “need to know” information that Christians should be aware of if they choose to minister to our current world


SC-203.1 -Josephus

  • presents Flavius Josephus as one of the most important historical source of the entire biblical era and some New Testament during first century Christianity


SC-205.1-  Numbers in Scripture

  • presents a guide to the study of Biblical Numerology or Numerics.  Part 1 deals with the design related to the numerical features of the word of God.  Part 2 presents the spiritual significance and connotations of numbers


SC-303.1 - Studies in Revelations

  • presents a 4 step approach; preterist interpretation, historical interpretation, spiritualizing interpretation, futurist interpretation


SC-306.1- Biblical Prophecy

  • presents the purpose of prophecy and interpreting biblical prophecy


SC-310.1- Apostle Paul

  • presents an everyday walk through Acts and the Epistles of Paul

SC-322.1 - Prayer of Jabez

  • presents a powerful production of ministry and the anointing of saints worldwide

SC-324.1 - Smith Wigglesworth

  • presents a man of faith who brought the Pentecostal movement into the  20th century.  Describes how to conduct a ministry with healings and miracles following


SC-326.1 - Bible says about the Holy Spirit:

  • presents a commentary and what the Bible teaches about the Holy Spirit and His work

SC-328.1 - He gave Pastors

  • presents a comprehensive pastoral guide by 20 ministers.  Describes   insights into personal and devotional lives, legal affairs, counseling, resumes and other  aspects of pastoring

SC-420.1 - Ministerial Ethics

  • presents questions and answers in 3 featured areas of ethics; Christian and scriptural, church doctrine and practical ministry

SC-422.1 - Bible Doctrines

  • A Pentecostal Perspective:  presents how to separate fact from fiction with in 16 major doctrines of the Word.  Includes index, glossary and appendix

SC-424.1- Knowing the Doctrines of the Bible

  • describes 47 doctrines within 11 sections. Subtopics include; the nature of God, origin of man, fact of sin, offices of Christ, atonement, destiny of the wicked, justification, sanctification and death


SC-430.1 - Missions in the Age of the Spirit

  • describes the development of missions throughout the scripture from the early church to the modern church

SC-432.1 - Our Destiny

  • presents various theories of Jesus’ return, post, mid and pre-tribulation while examining what the Bible has to say about end time events

SC-500.1 -  Person to Person Ministry

  • presents a Christ-centered approach to nurturing the believers spiritual life and confronting problems through exercising faith in Christ and His word within  “person to person soul care”


SC-501.1- House of Cards

  • a secular presentation as to why Christians shouldn’t use or dispense Psychology


SC-502.1 -  Psychology and the Church

  • presents the background of psychological counseling  theories utilized by Christians, the absorption into Christian practices and the concerns about integrating psychology with the bible

SC-503.1- Competent to Minister

  • presents effective ways Christ works through believers as they minister God’s grace through biblical conversation, prayer and practical help


SC-504.1 - End of Christian Psychology

  • describes and analyzes major psychological theories influencing Christians that is questionable at best to its detrimental effects upon and throughout the church

SCO-601 - What is Biblical Preaching

  • An in depth Biblical case study regarding the urgent need of summoning the church back to the Apostolic style of teaching expressed by the Apostles in Acts 6:4, “We will give ourselves continually to prayer and to the ministry of the Word.”

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DLSM offers some of the lowest tuition rates for the level of collegiate studies offered.  In addition, our customized payment plans offers additional discounts with no interest or credit checks to qualify.


Our online, email, fax and mail degree and certificate programs are designed to accommodate your busy life allowing you to complete your coursework when it’s most convenient for you


Earn your degree faster at DLSM since you study on your schedule.  With generous credits for transferring, life experiences and courses from our standard course library, you can achieve your Christian education goals even quicker.  You choose when you want to begin your studies and when you want to graduate.​


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