2016 Fall Courses

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Welcome to the 2016 Southern Evangelical Fall Semester course listing. On this page you will find a listing of all the courses listed with deadlines, dates, and times for each course. In addition, you will find an FAQ section below the listing of courses. Thank you for visiting, and we hope to see you on-campus, online, and on mission this Fall! God bless.

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Course Listing

Fall 2016

*All courses are available for audit.

**This schedule is tentative and may be subject to change. For the most up to date schedule email Dpotter@ses.edu. If you are student, login into your Populi account.

Logic | AP503 | Dr. T. Brown | Online  | Registration: (Open)

Plato | PH572 | Dr. T. Brown | On-Campus & Live-Streaming  | Registration: (Open)

Moral Philosophy | PH514 | Dr. T. Brown | On-Campus & Live-Streaming | Registration: (Open)

Old Testament Use in The Gospel of John | NT534 | Dr. T. Howe | On-Campus | Registration: (Open)

Old Testament Survey| OT501 | Dr. T. Howe | On-Campus & Live-Streaming| Registration: (Open)

Hermeneutics | ST505 | Dr. T. Howe | On-Campus & Live-Streaming | Registration: (Open)

Advanced Hermeneutics | ST511 | Dr. T. Howe | On-Campus & Live-Streaming | Registration: (Open)

New Testament Survey | NT501 | Dr. M. Winstead | On-Campus & Live-Streaming | Registration: (Open)

Greek Grammar| GK501 | Dr. M. Winstead | On-Campus & Live-Streaming | Registration: (Open)

Greek Syntax | GK503 | Dr. M. Winstead | On-Campus & Live-Streaming | Registration: (Open)

Hebrew Syntax & Exegesis | GK503 | Dr. F. Elmore | On-Campus & Live-Streaming | Registration: (Open)

Harmartiology & Soteriology  | GK503 | Dr. F. Elmore | On-Campus & Live-Streaming | Registration: (Open)

History of Modern and Contemporary Philosophy | PH505 | Dr. B. Huffling | On-Campus & Live-Streaming | Registration: (Open)

Educational Program of The Church | CE501 | Dr. B. Leventhal | On-Campus & Live-Streaming | Registration: (Open)

Pastoral Care | PT502 | Dr. B. Leventhal | On-Campus & Live-Streaming | Registration: (Open)

Biblical Counseling | PT503 | Dr. Rebekah Land | Online | Registration: (Open)

Metaphysics | PH604 | Dr. J. T. Bridges | Online | Registration: (Open)

Christian Apologetics to Islam| AP516 | Dr. Janosik | Online | Registration: (Open)

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q1. Do I have to be a student? 

A: Yes. We have two student types at our seminary. The first are students who are degree seeking students taking classes for ‘degree credit.’  The second are ‘non-degree seeking students.’ Non-degree seeking students can take classes for audit credit at a significantly reduced rate of tuition (90% off of degree credit costs).*

 *After course fees the total cost of an audit for credit class is $185. email dnewman@ses.edu for itemized expenses.

Q2. How do I apply? 

A: By clicking the following link, you will be taken to the schools application page. Once there fill out the necessary information and you will receive an application form from our automated system.

Q3. I am an alumnus. Can I still take classes?

A: Yes you can still enroll in these classes. However, depending on when you graduated you may no longer have access within your student account to enroll yourself in classes. If this is the case, contact the Registrar at Dpotter@ses.edu 

Q4. What is the difference between ‘Online’ and ‘Live-Streaming’?

A: ‘Online’ means the lectures are pre-recorded. ‘Live-Streaming’ courses are, as their name indicates, ‘Live.’ This means that you can ask questions of your professor during lecture even though you may be off-campus while viewing the lecture (This assumes that your computer meets the requirements of having speakers, a mic, and an internet connection).  

Q5. When is the last day to register for classes? 

A. The last day to take register for a summer module is at 11:59pm on the first day of the class of your choice. For example New Religious Movements is offered on May 2nd-7th. The last day to register for this class is on May 2nd @ 11:59pm.

For any other questions about summer course or how you can become a student at Southern Evangelical Seminary, email our admissions office at Dnewman@ses.edu

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