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Fall 2018 Course Schedule

Symbols after course # denotes the Distance Ed format. See bottom of page for additional descriptions

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

 

9am-Noon     

SEIP901
Credo
Rivera

SETH810 V
Moravian Theology
Atwood

9am-Noon

SEBK610
Intro to Hebrew Bible
Appler


 

9am-Noon

SETH630
Intro to Theology
Rivera

 

9am–Noon

SEPC901
Internship Supervision 1
Toler

10am-Noon

SEPL921
Supervised Min 1
DeRemer
[9/7, 10/5, 11/30]

SEIP941
Supervised Ministry Portfolio 1
DeRemer
[8/31, 9/14, 9/28, 10/19, 11/2, 11/16, 12/7]

 

12-12:30pm

Chapel

12-12:30pm

Eucharist

 

 

1-4pm

SEPC920
Professional Orientation: Ethics & Counseling
Santiago

SEPL610
Practice of Preaching
Duchesne

SEBK724/SECC724
Proclaiming Justice Across the Cultures: Ezekiel through Malachi
Appler

2-3:30pm

SEBK920 B
Intro to Greek
West

2-5pm

SECC601
Learning in Community
Weber

 

2-5pm

SEPC910
Developing Effective Cultural Competency Skills
Santiago

SEIP810
Leadership in Ministry
Weber

SETH610   
The Christian Tradition from Apostles to Reformers
Atwood

 

 

1-4pm

SETH830 V
Moravian Worship & Polity
Crouch/Weber

SEPC710
Group Theory & Ethics
Toler

1:30-3pm

SEBK920 B
Intro to Greek
West

2-4pm

SEFS810 V
Spiritual Direction: Theory & Ethics
Martell

4:30-6:30pm

SEFS710 V
Prayer
Martell

1-3pm

SEPC810
Peer Group 1
Kraybill-Greggo
[9/7, 9/21,10/19, 11/9, 11/16,12/7]

SEFS700
Individual Spiritual Direction
Denyes
[9/7, 10/26, 12/7]

6-8pm

SEIP950
Masters Thesis Research
Appler

6-9pm

SEPC742
Sexuality Across the Lifespan
Weeks

Crossroads

6-9pm

SEFS601
Intro to Spiritual Formation
Kraybill-Greggo
 

6-9pm

SEPC940
Research Design & Methodology
Brill

SETH726
Word, Spirit, and Sacraments
Rivera
 

6-9pm

SEPC720
Clinical Assessment & Treatment Planning
Santiago

Crossroads

 

Distance Ed Modalities Key

Symbols after course # denotes the Distance Ed format.

V  Video Conference—Class sessions meet synchronously. Students and faculty may be present on campus or connect via Zoom.

S  Synchronous—Faculty and students connect only by Zoom without any class sessions meeting on campus.

A  Asynchronous—Course content is available for specified periods of time during which students may access and complete work online at their own time regardless of location. 

H  Hybrid—More than half of the course’s classroom contact hours occurs with faculty and students all present on campus. Other course elements occur either synchronously or asynchronously. 

Blended—The course is a combination of in-class meetings, as well as synchronous and asynchronous elements.

Locations Key

A-Aldersgate, G-Genadendal, H-Herrnhut, K-Kunwald, W-Wittenberg, S-Saal, P-Prayer Room, CR-Chalice Rocks, OS-Offsite