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Fall 2020 Course Schedule

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

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

 

10:30-12Noon

SEBK920 V 
Intro to Greek
West

 

9-10:50am

SEIP901 V 
Credo
Rivera

10:30-12Noon

SEBK920 V 
Intro to Greek
West

SEFS710 V   
Prayer
Kraybill-Greggo

2-4:50pm

SETH810 V   
Moravian Theology
Atwood

SEBK602 V   
Intro to Biblical Studies (for MAs)
Appler/West

3-4:30pm

SECC601   
Learning in Community
Rivera

2-4:50pm

SETH630 V 
Intro to Theology
Rivera

SEPC640 V
Social & Cultural Foundations
Santiago

SEIP810 V
Leadership in Ministry
Weber

2-4:50pm

SETH610  S/A
The Christian Tradition from Apostles to Reformers
Romero

SEPC722 V 
Professional Orientation: Ethics & Counseling
Santiago

1-2:50pm

SEFS810 V   
Spiritual Direction: Theory & Ethics
Martell/Young

3:30-5:20pm

SEPC911 V 
Psychospiritual Integration 1
Kraybill-Greggo
[9/3, 9/17,10/1, 10/15, 11/5, 11/21]

6-8:50pm

SEBK762 V  
The Bible & American Politics
Appler

SEPC745 V 
Research Design & Methodology
Jackson

SEPC624 V
Clinical Appraisal  
Santiago

 

Crossroads 

6-8:50pm

SEFS601 V 
Intro to Spiritual Formation
Kraybill-Greggo

 

 

6-7:50pm

SEPL940 V 
Intro to Supervised Ministry
DeRemer
[9/2, 9/30,11/4, 11/19]

SEIP941 V  
Supervised Ministry Portfolio 1
DeRemer
[8/26, 9/9, 9/16, 10/7, 10/21, 10/28, 11/11]

SEIP950 V 
Masters Thesis Research
Weber

6-8:50pm

SEPC602 V 
Helping Relationships
Toler

6-7:50pm

SEFS700  
Individual Spiritual Direction
Mikuta
[8/27, 10/22, 12/3]

6-8:50pm

SEBK610 V 
Intro to Hebrew Bible
Appler

SEPC921.1 V 
Clinical Internship 1
Toler

SEPC921.2 
Clinical Internship 1
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 occur with faculty and students all present on campus. Other course elements occur either synchronously or asynchronously. 

(B)  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, OL-Online