Courses offered at BST are listed below, and the full GTU course listings can be found by clicking here.

INTERSESSION 2022 COURSES

CourseNameInstructorDay/Time
DM-6032Critical Interpretation & Project Development IIMiles-TribbleJanuary 10-14, 2022
ED-1600Contemporary PedagogiesGuessIntensive
January 10-21, 2022
Times: TBD

 

FALL 2021 COURSES

CourseNameInstructorDay/Time
RSCE-4500Restorative Justice: Public Justice ParadigmMiles-Tribble5 Saturdays:
9/4, 10/2, 10/23, 11/6, 12/4 from 9:30am - 4pm
OT-1107The Old Testament Speaks TodayFlesherMondays
7:10-9:40pm
HM-1500Transformative WordParkThursdays
7:10-9:10pm
HM-4087Contemporary Preaching TheoryParkTuesdays
2:10-3:30pm and
3:40-5:00pm
DM-6666Continuing FeeBST FacultyIndependent Study
DM-6015DMin in ThesisBST FacultyIndependent Study
NT-8272Paul & the Pauline SchoolIronsOnline
FE-2102Internship IBurrisMondays
7:10-9:40pm
FT-1109Theological Writing IKunkelWednesdays
5:30-6:50pm
FT-1750Ministry in a Digital WorldValuiTuesdays
7:10-9:40pm
HS-1094Earliest Christian Doctrine & The Contemporary ChurchBurrisWednesdays
7:10-9:40pm
SPPS-1700Creating Your Rule of LifeDavidsonTuesdays
7:10-9:40pm
STSP-4900Global Theological PerspectivesDavidsonThursdays
7:10-8:30pm
HM-5087Contemporary Preaching TheoryParkTuesdays
2:10-3:30pm and
3:40-5:00pm
LIEQ-203Theology & PhilosophyH. Da ValleRemote - Thursdays
7:10pm - 9:40pm
LIEQ-701Baptist / Denominational PolityL. Da ValleRemote -
Tuesdays
7:10pm - 9:40pm
BAEQ-101Old TestamentReginald LylesRemote - Thursdays 6:30-9:40pm
BAEQ-302American HistoryBurrisRemote - Tuesdays 7:10-9:40pm
DM-5059Racism in AmericaBurris/Wright-RigginsZoom - Fridays 2:00-5:00pm

CROSS REGISTRATION FOR COURSES AT OTHER GTU SCHOOLS

All courses at Berkeley School of Theology (formerly ABSW) will be taught via remote formats for fall 2020.  The majority of courses will incorporate a hybrid of Zoom sessions along with Moodle class assignments, i.e., a combination of synchronous and asynchronous learning.  A few courses may deploy in a strictly asynchronous format.  It is possible that one or two courses may incorporate an in person session following strict COVID 19 protocols and guidelines.  Individual course descriptions will make clear the nature of the course deployment.  Questions regarding the means for course deployment may be sent directly to the faculty member teaching the course.