Navigating your course options:

The schedules below include all courses being offered in our residential MDiv, MAR, PhD, ThM, and DMin programs. To help you know which courses are relevant to you:

  • DMin Courses: course codes beginning with "D" (ie: DEC 1). These courses are only available for students enrolled in the DMin program.

  • ThM & PhD courses: courses numbered 700 or higher (ie: AP 903) are advanced degree courses, and are reserved for students enrolled in the ThM or PhD programs. Master's level sections may be offered for these courses. Make sure to select the relevant course id when registering. Courses that are offered at both the MDiv/MAR and ThM/PhD levels often combine sections for lectures and other course requirements. ThM & PhD students have priority in enrolling for these courses.

  • MDiv & MAR courses: courses numbered 600 or below (ie: AP 603) are reserved for MDiv and MAR students.

  • MDiv Counseling courses: courses beginning with PTC are reserved for MDiv Counseling & MAC students only.

Online Course Policies:

  • Residential students can register for online courses beginning Monday November 15th.

  • Students matriculating in Spring 2021 or earlier are permitted to take online courses.

  • Students matriculating after Summer 2021 are not automatically allowed to take online courses (except for Theological English courses) and must discuss their situation with the Academic Support office before being allowed to register.

  • Students registering for an online course should take note of any class meeting times in order to make sure that it fits in with their residential course schedule.

  • Online courses are not permitted to be audited.

Important Dates to Remember:

  • January 3, 2022: Winter Online Counseling Courses begin

  • January 3, 2022: Winter Courses begin

  • February 7, 2022: Spring Courses begin

  • February 7 - 16, 2022: Add/Drop period for classes beginning on February 7

  • March 14, 2022: Spring Online Counseling Courses begin

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