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Course Schedules

Summer 2020

Due to COVID-19, all summer courses will be taught digitally either synchronously (i.e. real-time) or asynchronously (meaning they may or may not include real-time requirements). Check the course syllabi by campus for specifics. Courses listed under the “online” tab will be taught asynchronously.

All reading and assignments should be completed within the course term. Note that the date range of course terms vary by hosted campus.


Hamilton Campus

Full Summer Courses (May 18 – August 14)

*These full-summer courses must be registered online under Summer Session I

Lecture Dates Class Time Course # Section Course Name Prerequisite Limit Instructor Location
May 18-22 Various Times (see syllabus) CO740 HA Career Counseling and Lifestyle Development MACO Only Mason
May 26-May 30 (Tues-Sat) 9:00am-12:00pm,
1:00pm-4:00pm
CO714 HA Family Counseling/Therapy CO614 Binette
May 26-May 30 (Tues-Sat) 9:00am-12:00pm,
1:00pm-4:00pm
TH502 HA Theology Survey II prereq: TH501; coreqs: OT500 & NT501 Vidu
May 28-June 5 8:30am-5:00pm WM725 HA Theology of Islam & Its Implications for Ministry to Muslims Martindale Gordon College
June 1-5 Various Times (see syllabus) CO/PC671 HA Suicide Prevention for Professional Caregivers Mason
June 8-12 Various Times (see syllabus) CO/WM712 HA Multicultural Diversity in Counseling A. Kim
June 8-12 9:00am-12:00pm,
1:00pm-4:00pm
CH500 HA Survey of Church History InterVarsity Staff Only Isaac
June 15-19, 22-26 9:00am-12:00pm CO711 HA Group Process Polischuk
May 18- August 14 Online, Asynchronous CH/SF591 HA Dynamics of Spiritual Life Adams
See Syllabus Various Times (see syllabus) CL/SF510 HA Introduction to Global Spirituality & Global Leadership Johnson

 

IMPORTANT POLICIES REGARDING FULL-SUMMER COURSES

      All Full-Summer courses – regardless of when they meet – must be registered by the Full-Summer add deadline of May 22, 2020.If you have any questions concerning these policies, please contact the Registration Office at [email protected] or 978-646-4551.
If a course requires pre-lecture work, and a student does not complete that work to the satisfaction of the professor, he/she will be required to withdraw from the course,
receiving a ‘W’ on his/her transcript and a partial or no tuition refund. (NOTE: This is an exception to the normal drop/withdrawal policies.)
Students are expected to begin pre-lecture work (reading) before the first class meeting of all late-starting courses. Other pre-lecture work such as papers or exams may also
be assigned. The syllabus will clearly note such assignments.
If a course does not require pre-lecture work (other than reading), and that course holds its first class meetings after the last day to drop with a 100% tuition refund, then
students who wish to drop such a course and receive a full tuition refund must drop the course by midnight on the first day of class lecture. Students who withdraw from such
a course after the above deadline will receive no refund and a ‘W’ (withdrawn) on their transcripts.
Exegesis courses will have a required language competency examination at the start of the term. Any student who does not pass this exam will be immediately dropped from
the course with a full tuition refund.
All work for Full-Summer courses must be completed and submitted no later than August 14, 2020.
Students submitting pass/fail petitions for Full-Summer courses must do so by the posted deadline in the Academic Calendar or the ninth lecture hour, whichever comes later.

Hamilton Campus

2020 Summer Session I (May 18 – June 12; no class on May 25)

Overlaps With Some Full-Summer Courses

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Lecture Dates Class Time Course # Section Course Name Prerequisite Limit Instructor Location
M, W, F 9:00am-12:15pm GL601 HA Intermediate Greek GL502 25 Keazirian
M, W, F 9:00am-12:15pm GL901 HA Intermediate Greek (ThM level) ThM only 25 Keazirian
May 18-22, 26-30 9:00am-12:00pm NT619 HA Exegesis of Acts NT502 & GL502 35 Schnabel
May 18-22, 26-30 9:00am-12:00pm NT919 HA Exegesis of Acts (ThM level) ThM only 35 Schnabel
May 18-22, 26-28 8:30am-12:30pm OT626 HA Exegesis of Genesis OT511 & OL502 35 Kaminski
May 18-22, 26-28 8:30am-12:30pm OT926 HA Exegesis of Genesis  (ThM level) ThM only 35 Kaminski
May 18-20   (full day)
May 27-29, June 3-5 (mornings only)
9:00am-4:00pm
9:00am-12:00pm
PR601 HA Preaching: Principles and Practices… NT502 or OT511 20 Batten
Hamilton Campus

2020 Summer Session II  (June 15 – July 10; no class on July 4)

Overlaps With Some Full-Summer Courses

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Lecture Dates Class Time Course # Section Course Name Prerequisite Limit Instructor Location
M, W, F 9:00am-12:15pm GL501 HA Basic Greek I Jennings
M, W, F 9:00am-12:00pm OL501 HA Hebrew I Walton
June 15-19, 22-26 9:00am-12:00pm NT630 HA Exegesis of Philippians NT502 & GL502 35 de Campos
June 15-19, 22-26 9:00am-12:00pm NT930 HA Exegesis of Philippians ThM only 35 de Campos
June 15, 17, 19, 22, 23, 24, 29, 30, July 6 9:00am-12:00pm; 1:00pm-4:00pm PR602 HA Preaching for Modern Listeners PR601 20 Arthurs
Hamilton Campus

2020 Summer Session III  (July 20 – August 14)

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Lecture Dates Class Time Course # Section Course Name Prerequisite Limit Instructor Location
M, W, F 9:00am-12:15pm GL502 HA Basic Greek II GL501 Jennings
M, W, F 9:00am-12:00pm OL502 HA Hebrew II OL501 Walton
July 20-24, 27-31 1:30pm-5:00pm OT770 HA Old Testament Poetical Books OT511 35 Walton
July 20-24, 27-31 1:30pm-5:00pm OT970 HA Old Testament Poetical Books (ThM level) ThM only 35 Walton
July 27-31 9:00am-12:00pm,
1:00pm-4:00pm
PR741 HA Preaching Christ in a Multi-Faith World PR601 Kim

Important Policies Regarding Late-Starting Summer I, II, & III Courses

  • Some courses hold their first class meetings after the last day for a 100% tuition refund. Please take note of the following policies regarding these late-starting courses:
  • Students are expected to begin pre-lecture work (reading) before the first class meeting of all late-starting courses. Other pre-lecture work such as papers or exams may also
    be assigned. The syllabus will clearly note such assignments.
  • Students submitting pass/fail petitions for late-starting courses must do so by the posted deadline in the Academic Calendar or the ninth lecture hour (for late-starting classes)
  • Students who wish to drop a late-starting course and receive a full tuition refund must drop the course by midnight on the first day of class lecture. Students who withdraw
    from such a course after the above deadline will receive no refund and a ‘W’ (withdrawn) on their transcripts.
  • If you have any questions concerning these policies, please contact the Registration Office at [email protected] or 978-646-4551.
Hamilton Campus

Summer 2020 Semlink+ Courses

Class Dates Class Time* Course # Section Course Name Prerequisite Limit Instructor Location
May 18 – Aug 24 Online CH501 SEML The Church to the Reformation 25 Lytvynenko Online
May 18 – Aug 24 Online CH502 SEML The Church Since the Reformation 25 Isaac Online
May 18 – Aug 24 Online ET501 SEML Christian Ethics 25 TBA Online
May 18 – Aug 24 Online GL502 SEML Greek II GL501 25 TBA Online
May 18 – Aug 24 Online NT501 SEML Exploring the New Testament 25 TBA Online
May 18 – Aug 24 Online NT503 SEML The Life of Jesus 25 TBA Online
May 18 – Aug 24 Online OT500 SEML Exploring the Old Testament 25 Stuart Online
May 18 – Aug 24 Online PC511 SEML Introduction to Pastoral Counseling 25 TBA Online
May 18 – Aug 24 Online TH501 SEML Theology Survey I 25 Lytvynenko Online
May 18 – Aug 24 Online TH502 SEML Theology Survey II 25 Vidu Online
May 18 – Aug 24 Online WM601 SEML The World Mission of the Church 25 Yao Online

*Please be advised: Although Semlink+ courses are taught online, there may be activities that will require your participation at a set date and time. Not all courses have this kind of required activity, so please review the course syllabus or schedule carefully before registering.

Hamilton Campus

Regularly Offered, Non-Scheduled Courses

Course Number Course Name Instructor
CO863 Clinical Practica Counseling Dept.
CO865A/B Clinical Internships Counseling Dept.
CO871, CO873A/B Professional Seminars (2 seminars of 6 students) Prizio
*MM502, 601, 602, 701 *Mentored Ministry for M.Div. students Kim/Horvath
PC623 *Clinical Pastoral Education (See Mentored Ministry Office for details.) Kim/Horvath
Theses/Projects 891, 892; 992, 992; 720 Petitions must be filed with the Registration Office by April 1, 2020. Division Approval
Reading and Research Courses 760 and 860 Petitions should be filed with the Registration Office by April 1, 2020. Division Approval

*NOTE: MC/SF501 Spiritual Formation for Ministry is a corequisite for MM502 and beyond.
*NOTE ON MENTORED MINISTRY:
Regardless of the actual dates which you are involved in Mentored Ministry over the summer, it must be registered under
the Full-Summer Session and it must be added by May 20, 2020.

Information Regarding Textbooks

The textbooks for each course and their ISBNs can be found in the course’s syllabus.

Purchase your textbooks through the Gordon-Conwell/Christian-Book-Distributors partnership and a portion of the proceeds will support the seminary.

Due to COVID-19, all summer courses will be taught digitally either synchronously (i.e. real-time) or asynchronously (meaning they may or may not include real-time requirements). Check the course syllabi by campus for specifics. Courses listed under the “online” tab will be taught asynchronously.

All reading and assignments should be completed within the course term. Note that the date range of course terms vary by hosted campus.


Boston Campus

Course Schedules

SUMMER 2020 IMPORTANT DATES

 

Class Dates: May 18 – July 15, 2020


Summer I: May 18 – July 2, 2020

Summer I Add/Drop Deadline: May 22, 2020


Summer II: July 1 – August 15, 2020

Summer II Add/Drop Deadline: July 9, 2020

Boston Summer 2020 Schedule

Due to COVID-19, all summer courses will be taught digitally either synchronously (i.e. real-time) or asynchronously (meaning they may or may not include real-time requirements). Check the course syllabi by campus for specifics. Courses listed under the “online” tab will be taught asynchronously.

All reading and assignments should be completed within the course term. Note that the date range of course terms vary by hosted campus.

*A select number of counseling courses require an on-campus in-person residency (per CACREP requirements).


Charlotte Campus

SUMMER 2020 IMPORTANT DATES

Registration Opens: Monday, March 16 at 9:00 a.m. ET


Last Day to Register Web-Enhanced, Charlotte Online & EPC courses: Friday, May 15, 2020
Last Day to Register Charlotte Intensive, Weekend, Weekly Tutorial & Intro Research/Writing courses: Friday, May 22, 2020


Summer 2020 Term: May 26 – August 17, 2020*
*Web-Enhanced, Charlotte Online & EPC course dates: May 19 – August 24, 2020


SUMMER 2020 COURSES

Click Here for PDF of the Summer 2020 Course Schedule

Course Syllabi can be accessed in the Registration Hub in CANVAS.

Code No. Section Course Title Instructor
AP 602 EP Cultural Apologetics (EPC MAP) Dr. Kent Mathews
CH 760 CS Readings in Church History (Directed Study) Bob Mayer
CL 503 CO1 Foundations for Leadership (Web-Enhanced) Dr. Jimmy Long
CL 630 CO1 The Person of the Christian Leader (Web-Enhanced) Dr. Rodney Cooper
CO 501 CO1 Introduction to Counseling Research Ashley Stamper
CO 614C CA Family Systems Theory (Digital Live Weekend) Dr. Chris Cook
CO 713 CA Foundations of Play Therapy (Intensive) Dr. Pam Davis
CO 716 CA Couples Counseling (Weekend) Dr. Kelly Breen Boyce
CO 719 CA Human Sexuality (Digital Live Intensive) Dr. Carolina Benitez
CO 725 CS Counseling Adolescents (Directed Study) Dr. Vickey Maclin
CO 868 CA Clinical Counseling Internship I Counseling Faculty
CO 869 CA Clinical Counseling Internship II Counseling Faculty
CO 870 CA Clinical Counseling Internship III Counseling Faculty
CO 875 CC1 Clinical Counseling Supervision Dr. Vickey Maclin
CT 490 CO1 Writing Skills Workshop Ashley Stamper
CT 500 CO1 Introduction to Theological Research Dr. Slavik Lytvynenko
ET/NT 647 CA Biblical Ethics (Digital Live Weekly Tutorial) Dr. Rollin Grams
EV 510 EP Evangelism: Theories and Practices (EPC MAP) Dr. Kent Mathews
EV/WM 665 CA Church Planting in a Post-Christian Context (Digital Live Intensive) Dr. Mike Moses
MC/SF 501 CO1 Spiritual Formation for Ministry (Charlotte Online) Dr. Nicole Martin
NT 502C CA Interpreting the New Testament (Digital Live Weekend) Dr. Gerry Wheaton
NT/OT 517 CA Interpreting the Bible (Digital Live Weekend) Dr. Gerry Wheaton
NT 760 CS Reading in New Testament: Pauline Theology (Digital Live Directed Study) Dr. Rollin Grams
OT 511C CA Interpreting the Old Testament (Digital Live Weekend) Dr. Catherine McDowell
OT 760 CS Readings in Old Testament: Cultural World of the OT (Digital Live Directed Study) Dr. Christine Palmer
PR 601C EP Preaching: Principles & Practices (EPC MAP) Dr. Kent Mathews
TH/WM 659 CA Evangelical Christianity and World Religions (Digital Live Intensive) Dr. Drew Martin
WM 601 CA World Mission of the Church (Digital Live Weekend) Dr. Brent Burdick
WM 760 CS1 Readings in Missions: Diaspora Studies (Directed Study) Dr. Brent Burdick
WM 760 CS2 Readings in Missions: Ethnic Ministry Foundations (Directed Study) Dr. Brent Burdick
WM 760 CS3 Readings in Missions: Wealth Creation (Directed Study) Dr. Brent Burdick
WM 760 CS4 Readings in Missions: Discipleship in Latin American Context (Directed Study) Dr. Brent Burdick
WM 760 CS5 Readings in Missions: Strategic Information & Research (Directed Study) Dr. Brent Burdick
WM 760 CS6 Readings in Missions: Perspectives (Directed Study) Dr. Brent Burdick
WM 760 CS7 Readings in Missions: Missiology of Celtics, Jesuits & Moravians (Directed Study) Dr. Brent Burdick
WM 760 CS8 Readings in Missions: Disability Concerns for Ministry & Mission (Directed Study) Dr. Brent Burdick
WM 760 CS9 Readings in Missions: Anglican Missional Ecclesiology (Directed Study) Dr. Brent Burdick
WM 760 CS10 Readings in Missions: Arts (Directed Study) Dr. Brent Burdick
WM 760 CS11 Readings in Missions: Creation Care (Directed Study) Dr. Brent Burdick
WM 760 CS12 Readings in Missions: Discipleship in African Context (Directed Study) Dr. Brent Burdick
WM 760 CS13 Readings in Missions: International Student Ministry (Directed Study) Dr. Brent Burdick
WM 760 CS14 Readings in Missions: Discipleship in Asian Context (Directed Study) Dr. Brent Burdick
WM 760 CS15 Readings in Missions: Nominalism (Directed Study) Dr. Brent Burdick
WM 760 CS16 Readings in Missions: Workplace Ministry (Directed Study) Dr. Brent Burdick

Due to COVID-19, all summer courses will be taught digitally either synchronously (i.e. real-time) or asynchronously (meaning they may or may not include real-time requirements). Check the course syllabi by campus for specifics. Courses listed under the “online” tab will be taught asynchronously.

All reading and assignments should be completed within the course term. Note that the date range of course terms vary by hosted campus.


Jacksonville Campus

Summer 2020 Schedule

Courses Running from May 26 – August 17, 2020


Code Section Course Title Professor Site Date/Time
OT 500 JA Exploring the Old Testament
Required for all degrees
D. Petter Online May 25 – Aug 17
OT 511 JA Interpreting the Old Testament
Required for the M.Div. and MACT if pursuing the Hebrew track. (Prerequisite OL 502)
C. McDowell Online June 5-6, June 26-27, July 24-25

FRI 7:00-9:00PM

SAT 9:00AM-4:30PM

AP 601 JA Introduction to Apologetics
Counts as Theology or Christian Thought elective for all degrees.
J. Holcomb Online June 12-13

August 7-8

Meeting times TBD after Registration

ET 681 JA Sexual Ethics and Bioethics
Meets Ethics requirement for all degrees.
D. Hollinger Online Week Intensive: June 1-5

M-F Daily video lectures with group sessions from 3:00-4:30PM

CH/SF 591 HA Dynamics of Spiritual Life
Meets Spiritual Formation requirement for all degrees.
G. Adams Online May 25 – August 17

Occasional Monday discussion groups from 6:00-7:30PM

MC/SF 506 JA Practical and Ascetical Theology
Required for Anglican track students. Counts as ministry elective for all other degrees.
J. Holcomb Group Directed Study/Digital Live TBD after registration

Make Up weekend: August 7-8

Due to COVID-19, all summer courses will be taught digitally either synchronously (i.e. real-time) or asynchronously (meaning they may or may not include real-time requirements). Check the course syllabi by campus for specifics. Courses listed under the “online” tab will be taught asynchronously.

All reading and assignments should be completed within the course term. Note that the date range of course terms vary by hosted campus.


Summer 2020 Semlink Schedule

Courses Running from May 18 – August 24, 2020

Summer Semlink registration will be open March 16 – May 22, 2020.

Please Note that the number of credit hours you can accrue through online courses is limited. Your Student Handbook will help you determine how many credit hours you can accrue through online classes.

CH501
The Church to the Reformation
Instructor: Dr. Vyacheslav Lytvynenko*
CH502
The Church since the Reformation
Instructor: Dr. Gordon Isaac
ET501
Christian Ethics
Instructor: Dr. Laura Miguélez Quay
GL502
Greek II
Instructor: Dr. Mark Jennings
NT501
New Testament Survey
Instructor: Dr. Ryan Jackson
Designer: Dr. Rollin Grams
NT503
Life of Jesus
Instructor: Dr. Mark Jennings
OT500
Old Testament Survey
Instructor: Dr. Douglas Stuart
PC511
Pastoral Counseling
Instructor: Prof. Daniel Reyes
Designer: Dr. Karen Mason
TH501
Theology Survey I
Instructor: Dr. Vyacheslav Lytvynenko*
TH502
Theology Survey II
Instructor: Dr. Adonis Vidu
Designer: Dr. Adonis Vidu
WM601
World Mission of the Church
Instructor: Dr. Xiyi Yao
Designer: Dr. Xiyi Yao

*Vyacheslav Lytvynenko is a former student of Dr. Fairbairn and has translated two of Dr. Fairbairn’s books into Russian.

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