Online Courses for Graduate Students

Online courses offer you the convenience of preparing for your ministry from anywhere in the world while earning fully accredited hours toward a degree or certificate program. For more information, consult our Online Learning Center.


Current and upcoming graduate online courses are listed below with syllabi linked to course titles. Syllabi for additional online courses not offered this semester are available on our Generic Course Syllabi page. Other very helpful information may be found on our Frequently Asked Questions page. Click here to register for graduate online courses.


Spring 2019 Graduate Semester-Length Online Courses

Register by 1/18
Final Exam Deadline: 5/16

BBBW5200 -- Encountering the Biblical World
(Dan Warner)

BSHM5310 -- Introduction to Biblical Hermeneutics
(Jim Parker and David Justice)

CCSW6214 -- Interpersonal Relationship Skills
(Loretta Rivers)

CEAM6317 -- Church Business Administration
(Joe Sherrer)

CEAM6320 --  Church Leadership & Administration
(Brad Delaughter)

CEEF6306 -- Lifespan Development
(Ernest Graham)

CEEF6310 -- Teaching the Bible
(Donna Peavey)

CEST6300 -- Introduction to Educational Research and Statistics
(Rick Yount)

COUN5320 -- Personality Development -- Canceled
(Melissa Carlisle)

DISC5170 -- Introduction to Spiritual Formation
(Philip Pinckard)

DISC5371 -- Disciple Making through Small Group Ministry
(Hal Stewart)

ETHC5300 -- Christian Ethics
(Philip Pinckard)

EVAN5230 -- Supervised Ministry 1
(Gary Dennis)

EVAN5250 -- Church Evangelism
(Josh Powell)

EVAN6320 -- Vital Signs of a Healthy Church
(Bill Day)

HIST5201 -- History of Christianity: Reformation-Modern
(Rex Butler)

HIST5223 -- Baptist Heritage
(Lloyd Harsch)

HIST5300 -- History of Christianity: Early-Medieval
(Rex Butler)

MISS5330 -- Christian Missions
(Ken Taylor)

MISS5350 -- Ministry to Refugees, Immigrants, and Internationals
(Ken Taylor)

MISS6235/6335 -- Last Frontiers
(Philip Pinckard)

NTEN5300 -- Exploring the New Testament
(Ben Browning)

NTGK5300 -- Introductory Greek Grammar
(Pat Sanders and Bill Warren)

NTGK6300 -- Intermediate Greek Grammar for Exegesis
(Megan Burnett and Charlie Ray)

NTGK6322 -- Greek Exegesis: Sermon on the Mount
(Jimmy Dukes)

OTEN5300 -- Exploring the Old Testament
(Dan Warner)

OTEN6321 -- Old Testament Exegesis (English): Eschatology
(David Justice)

OTHB5300 -- Introductory Hebrew Grammar
(Jonathan Patterson)

OTHB6300 -- Intermediate Hebrew Grammar for Exegesis
(Jeff Griffin)

PATH5300 --  Worship Leadership
(Dennis Phelps and Greg Woodward)

PATH5331 -- Pastoral Ministry
(Phil Weaver)

PHIL6303 -- Logic
(Tim Walker)

PREA5300 -- Proclaiming the Bible
(Dennis Phelps)

THEO5300 -- Systematic Theology 1
(Michael Steinmetz)

THEO5301 -- Systematic Theology 2
(Bart Box)

THEO/PHIL6333 -- Word of God in Christianity and Islam
(Page Brooks)

 


Spring 2019 Graduate Term Online Courses

Internet Spring Term III
January 22-March 15

CECH6333-01a -- Leading Children's Ministry
(Donna Peavey)

CEWM5163-01a -- Leadership Training for Women
(Stephanie Edge)

CEWM5169-01a -- Bible Study for Women
(Emily Dean)

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Internet Spring Term IV
March 18-May 9

CEYH6343-01b -- Youth Culture
(David Odom)


Spring 2019 Mentoring (Blackboard-Assisted) Courses

To register for any mentoring course, students must complete the application found on the Mentoring Program page
 of the NOBTS website, then follow further instructions listed there. If you need assistance with
 completion of the process, you may call the Mentoring Office at extension 3750.

CMEN6600-0001 -- Mentoring in Discipleship Ministry [Mentoring]
(Jody Dean)

DISC5260-0001 -- Discipleship Strategies [Mentoring]
(Hal Stewart and Joe Sherrer)

EVAN6221-0001 -- Church Revitalization [Mentoring]
(Bill Day)

PATH6230-0001 -- Supervised Ministry 2 [Mentoring]
(Adam Hughes)

PMEN6300-0001 -- Mentoring in Gospel Ministry [Mentoring]
(Adam Hughes)

PREA6200-0001 -- Preaching Practicum [Mentoring]
(Jessie Charpentier)


Spring 2019 NOLA2U Live Courses

The following weekly courses on the New Orleans campus will be connected synchronously via Web conferencing
 with Internet students. These courses will require weekly attendance at the stated times, from
 a computerwith these minimum specifications as described at

http://www.nobts.edu/_resources/pdf/Online%20Learning%20Center/BlueJeansRequirements.pdf.

 These courses will give students the opportunity to interface electronically with the professor and other students
from a regular classroom session on the main campus. Normal classroom attendance policies apply.
Thus, a student may not miss more than 9 hours of class time in a semester.


WEEKLY CLASSES  (Meet weekly during the semester)

Wednesday, 8:00-10:50 a.m. (CST)

HIST6311-0006 -- Renaissance and Reformation
(Lloyd Harsch)


Thursday, 6:00-8:50 p.m. (CST)

PATH5331-0006 -- Pastoral Ministry
(Mark Tolbert)

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BIWEEKLY CLASS  (Meets twice weekly during the semester)

Tuesday and Thursday, 9:30-10:50 a.m. (CST)
NTGK6323-0006 -- New Testament Greek Exegesis: Parables
(Norris Grubbs)

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MONTHLY HYBRID CLASSES  (Meet 4 times during the semester)

Monday, 1:00-4:50 a.m. (CST)

CECM6352-0006 -- Campus-Based Collegiate Ministry
(Beth Masters)
(Class will meet 1/28, 2/25/ 3/25, 4/22)

CEWM6365-0006 -- Advanced Women’s Ministry
(Emily Dean)
(Class will meet 1/28, 2/25/ 3/25, 4/22)

MUTH5301 -- Music in Theory and Practice
(Jason Waggoner)
(CIV: NO to NGA, ORL, MIA)
(Class will meet 2/4, 2/18, 4/1, 4/29)


Friday

1:00-9:00 PM (CST)
(Class will meet 1/25, 2/22, 3/15, 5/10)

CEEF6600-0006 -- Christian Education Proficiency (HYBRID) -- Canceled
(Randy Stone)
(See Internet Schedule for NOLA2U Live option)
(Registration open to doctoral applicants only.
Contact Dr. Randy Stone for permission to register for the course.)


6:00-9:50 p.m. (CST)
(Class will meet 2/1, 3/1, 3/29, 4/26)

MISS5330-0006 --  Christian Missions
(Philip Pinckard)


Saturday
(Classes will meet 2/2, 3/2, 3/30, 4/27)

8:00-11:50 a.m. (CST)
PREA6200-0006 -- Preaching Practicum
(Adam Hughes)


1:00-4:50 p.m. (CST)
NTGK6300-0006 -- Intermediate Greek Grammar for Exegesis
(Craig Price)


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WORKSHOP CLASS (Meets Monday-Friday during Spring Break)
March 18-22, 2019

THEO5337/PATH5337-0006 -- Theological and Practical Issues in Chaplaincy
(Page Brooks) 

(Class will meet as follows: Monday 1:00-4:00 p.m. and
6:00-9:00 p.m. Central Time;
Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday 8:00-11:00 a.m. and
1:00-4:00 p.m. Central Time;
Friday 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon Central Time)


Spring 2019 NOLA2U Flex Courses

The following weekly and biweekly courses on the New Orleans campus will be connected synchronously via Web
conferencing with Internet students. These courses will require weekly attendance at the stated times,
from a computer with these minimum specifications as described at

http://www.nobts.edu/_resources/pdf/Online%20Learning%20Center/BlueJeansRequirements.pdf.

These courses will give students the opportunity to interface electronically with the professor and other students
from a regular classroom session on the main campus. Normal classroom attendance policies apply.
Thus, a student may not miss more than 9 hours of class time in a semester.


WEEKLY CLASSES   (Meet weekly during the semester)

Tuesday
2:00-3:50 p.m. (CST)

6:00-8:50 p.m. (CST)
BSHM5310-6000 -- Introduction to Biblical Hermeneutics
(Jonathan Patterson and Craig Price)
 
Wednesday, 8:00-10:50 a.m. (CST)

PREA6218/6318-6000 -- Preaching from the Prophets
(Adam Hughes) 


Thursday
2:00-4:50 p.m. (CST)
CEAM6320-6000 -- Church Leadership & Administration
(Jody Dean and Mark Johnson)

6:00-7:50 p.m. (CST)
CEEF6211-6000 -- Teaching Practicum
(David Odom)


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BIWEEKLY CLASSES   (Meet twice weekly during the semester)

Tuesday and Thursday

9:30-10:50 a.m. (CST)
THEO6307-6000 -- The Doctrine of Salvation -- Canceled
(Steve Lemke)

2:00-3:20 p.m. (CST)
OTHB6307-6000 -- Hebrew Exegesis: Numbers
(Dennis Cole)


See the Graduate Schedules page for complete master's course listings. Syllabi may be obtained by clicking on course titles.

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