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. Click here to register for graduate online courses.


Summer 2024 Graduate Online Courses
May 27 – July 26, 2024

 Register by 5/24
Final Exam Deadline: 7/26


BBDS5302-ONL -- Dead Sea Scrolls
(Dennis Cole)

CEWM5386-ONL -- Intercultural Missions and Ministry to Women
(Emily Dean)

COUN5300-ONL -- Counseling in Ministry
(Ian Jones)

COUN6301-ONL -- Psychopathology: Diagnosis and Treatment
(Craig Garrett)

DISC5371-ONL -- Disciple Making through Small Group Ministry
(Michael Wang)

DISC6300-ONL -- Lifespan Discipleship
(David Odom)

HIST5300-ONL -- History of Christianity: Early-Medieval
(Landon Adams)

HIST5301-ONL -- History of Christianity: Reformation-Modern
(Obbie Todd)

HIST5323-ONL -- Baptist Heritage
(Lloyd Harsch)

MISS6348-ONL -- Life & Work of the Missionary
(Greg Mathias)

NTEN5351-ONL -- Interpreting the New Testament 1
(Les Hughes)

NTGK5351-ONL -- Greek 1
(Roland McMillan)

NTEN5352-ONL -- Interpreting the New Testament 2
(Casey Hough)

NTGK5352-ONL -- Greek 2
(Abraham Lee)

NTGK6318-ONL -- Greek Exegesis: 1 Peter
(Zach Butler)

OTEN5317-ONL -- Old Testamen Exegesis (English): Psalms
(Eric Reeves)

OTEN5351-ONL -- Interpreting the Old Testament 1
(Terry Iles)

OTEN5352-ONL -- Interpreting the Old Testament 2
(Jim Parker)

OTHB5352-ONL -- Hebrew 2
(Ron Lindo)

PATH5331-ONL -- Pastoral Ministry
(Brad Baxter)

PHIL5300-ONL -- Philosophy of Religion
(Steve Lemke)

PHIL5301-ONL -- Christian Apologetics
(Tawa Anderson)

PREA6300-ONL -- Preaching Practicum
(Blake Newsom)

THEO5300-ONL -- Systematic Theology 1
(Rhyne Putman)

THEO5301-ONL -- Systematic Theology 2
(Rhyne Putman)


Summer 2024 NOLA2U Live Courses

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

Instructions for Synchronous Classes

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

Classes meet as follows [CST]:

               Monday 1:00-4:00 p.m. and 6:00-9:00 p.m.
               Tues/Wed/Thurs 8:00-11:00 a.m. and 1:00-4:00 p.m.
               Friday 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon

May 20-24
BSHM6310-LIVE -- Biblical Hermeneutics
(Archie England)


June 17-21
OTHB6325-LIVE -- Hebrew Exegesis: Hosea/Amos
(Eric Reeves)


July 15-19
OTHB6308-LIVE -- Hebrew Exegesis: Deuteronomy
(Archie England) 


Summer 2024 Mentoring Courses


To register for any mentoring course, students must get permission from the Mentoring Office (Frost 102), ext. 3750. For more information on mentoring courses, see the MDiv Mentoring Track specialization in the Graduate Catalog.


May 27 – July 26

CEAM6320-MENT -- Church Leadership & Administration
(Michael Wang)

CEEF6311-MENT -- Teaching Practicum
(David Odom)

CMEN6300-MENT -- Mentoring in Discipleship Ministry
(Jennifer Foster)

DISC5300-MENT -- Discipleship & Spiritual Formation
(David Odom)

PMEN6300-MENT -- Mentoring in Gospel Ministry
(Derek Kitterlin)

See the Graduate Schedules page for complete master's course listings.
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