General Courses

 

FE7001 Field Education (Fall Term)

Professor

Tony Curtis Henderson

Associate Professor of Practical Theology

Samuel White

Adjunct Professor

This is the first of a required three-quarter (one-year) sequence. Field Education provides the student with the opportunity for experience-based learning in a supervised ministerial setting. Field Education is typically begun upon completion of seven to nine courses in the area of ethical training for church leadership, introductory courses in biblical studies, theology, and church history.

Field Education, General Courses  ⁄  Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry, Master of Divinity

FE7002 Field Education (Winter Term)

Professor

Tony Curtis Henderson

Associate Professor of Practical Theology

Samuel White

Adjunct Professor

This is the second of a required three-quarter (one-year) sequence. Field Education provides the student with the opportunity for experience-based learning in a supervised ministerial setting. Field Education is typically begun upon completion of seven to nine courses in the area of ethical training for church leadership, introductory courses in biblical studies, theology, and church history.

 

Field Education, General Courses  ⁄  Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry, Master of Divinity

FE7003 Field Education (Spring Term)

Professor

Tony Curtis Henderson

Associate Professor of Practical Theology

Samuel White

Adjunct Professor

This is the third of a required three-quarter (one-year) sequence. Field Education provides the student with the opportunity for experience-based learning in a supervised ministerial setting. Field Education is typically begun upon completion of seven to nine courses in the area of ethical training for church leadership, introductory courses in biblical studies, theology, and church history.

Field Education, General Courses  ⁄  Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry, Master of Divinity

GEN5001 Introduction to Theological Writing and Research

Professor

Charles Packer

Adjunct Professor

Following a brief introduction to academic approaches to the study of religion, students have the opportunity to explore the process of scholarly research and writing in the theological disciplines through presentations and assignments that will orient them to library resources, online references, the most current Modern Language Association style of documentation, and the dangers of plagiarism. Students will also develop and demonstrate through the composition of a brief paper their proficiency with usage of appropriate American English grammar, spelling, flow, logical articulation of ideas, and mechanics.

This is a required course for first-year students.

General Courses  ⁄  Certificate in Theological Studies, Master of Arts (Academic), Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry, Master of Divinity

 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ecumenical Theological Seminary is accredited by the Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools​ in the United States and Canada, and the following degree programs are approved: MDiv, MA, MA in Pastoral Ministry, DMin.

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