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.

Summer 2021 Graduate Online Courses

Register by 5/28
Final Exam Deadline: 7/30

 BBBW5200-01 -- Encountering the Biblical World
(Jeff Griffin)

BSHM5310-01 -- Introduction to Biblical Hermeneutics
(Eric Reeves and Shaun Grunblatt)

CCSW6214-01 -- Interpersonal Relationship Skills
(Loretta Rivers)

CCSW6364-01 -- Church Community Ministries
(Loretta Rivers)

CEEF6306-01 -- Lifespan Development
(Donna Peavey)

CEEF6310-01 -- Teaching the Bible
(Donna Peavey)

CEWM5270-01 -- Emerging Generations in Ministry Women
(Andrea Robinson)

COUN5202-01 -- Counseling in Ministry
(Ian Jones)

COUN5321-01 -- Human Development
(Craig Garrett)

COUN5340-01 -- Lifestyle Development and Career Counseling
(Craig Garrett)

DISC5170-01 -- Introduction to Spiritual Formation
(Hal Stewart)

DISC5371-01 -- Disciple Making through Small Group Ministry
(Ernest Graham)

ETHC5300-01 -- Christian Ethics
(Larry Lyon)

HIST5201-01 -- History of Christianity: Reformation-Modern
(Rex Butler)

HIST5223-01 -- Baptist Heritage
(Lloyd Harsch)

NTEN5300-01 -- Exploring the New Testament
(Craig Price)

NTEN5317-01 -- NT Exegesis (English): James
(Matt Burks)

OTEN5300-01 -- Exploring the Old Testament
(Jonathan Patterson)

OTHB5300-01 -- Introductory Hebrew Grammar
(Jonathan Patterson)

OTHB6300-01 -- Intermediate Hebrew Grammar for Exegesis
(Francis Kimmitt)

OTHB6318-01 -- Hebrew Exegesis: Proverbs
(Tyler Ellis)

PATH5300-01 -- Worship Leadership
(Bobby Burt and Greg Woodward)

PATH6230-01 -- Supervised Ministry 2
(Derek Kitterlin)

PHIL5300-01 -- Philosophy of Religion
(Steve Lemke)

THEO5300-01 -- Systematic Theology 1
(Rhyne Putman)

THEO5301-01 -- Systematic Theology 2
(Rhyne Putman)

THEO6335/PHIL6307/MISS6345-01 -- World Religions: Islam
(Sastry Meesala)


Summer 2021 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:

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.

INTENSIVES   (Meet on dates and times as listed)

 June 14-25, 2021

(Class meets Monday, 1:00-4:00 p.m.; Tuesday through Friday, 8:30-11:30 a.m. [CST].)

NTGK6300-0006 -- Intermediate Greek Grammar for Exegesis
(Gerald Stevens)

PHIL6308-0006   -- Metaphysics
(Ray Stewart)


July 5-9, 2021

(Class meets Monday, 1:00-4:00 p.m. and 6:00-9:00 p.m.; Tuesday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon
and 1:00-4:00 p.m.; Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon [CST].)

NTGK6393-0006 -- Advanced Greek Grammar
(Bill Warren)


July 19-23, 2021

(Class meets Monday 1:00-4:00 p.m. and 6:00-9:00 p.m.; Tuesday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon
and 1:00-4:00 p.m.; Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon [CST].)

NTGK6308-0006 -- Greek Exegesis: 2 Corinthians
(Alan Bandy)

PATH6334-0006 -- Stress and Conflict Management
(Reggie Ogea)


Summer 2021 NOLA2U Flex Courses

The following courses are similar to the NOLA2U courses listed above (requiring the same computer specifications), but have this one distinction. The student may watch the course synchronously at the scheduled time of the course, or the student will have up to one week to watch the recorded version of the missed class. If the student does not watch the class recording before the next scheduled class time, the student will be counted absent. Normal classroom attendance policies apply. Thus, a student may not miss more than 9 hours of class time in a semester.


MONTHLY CLASSES (Meet monthly during the summer)


8:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. (CST)

THEO/PHIL6337  -- Arabic Reading of the Qur'an 1
(Mike Edens)
(Class meets 8 times: 5/31, 6/7, 6/14, 6/21, 6/28, 7/12, 7/19, 7/26.
This class will NOT meet on 7/5.)


Summer 2021 Mentoring (Blackboard-Assisted) 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.

CEAM6320-0001 -- Church Leadership & Administration
(Joe Sherrer)

CMEN6300-0001 -- Mentoring in Discipleship Ministry
(Joe Sherrer)

DISC5260-0001 -- Discipleship Strategies
(David Odom)

MISS5330-0001 -- Christian Missions
(Ken Taylor)

PMEN6300-0001 -- Mentoring in Gospel Ministry -- Canceled
(Bo Rice)

PREA6200-0001 -- Preaching Practicum
(Mark Tolbert)


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