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Please note: The information on this page is updated regularly. We recommend that you refer to the page frequently while planning your courses.

Browse upcoming courses. Right below this introduction, you will find lists of all the courses scheduled for upcoming terms. Click on any course number to read a description, find out when the class meets, and review prerequisites.

See a term at a glance. To quickly get an idea of when each class meets, download a PDF timetable.

Review scheduling details for specific programs and concentrations. Below the course lists, you will find information on courses that meet requirements for our Master of Divinity program and our interdisciplinary concentrations. This information is essential for students pursuing an MDiv or a concentration in Christianity & the Arts, World Christianity, or Marketplace Theology.

Check for changes and cancellations. Check to see whether your course planning is impacted by cancellations or changes to Regent's usual course schedule.

Learn about Regent's response to COVID-19. Regent College has returned to on-campus instruction in the Fall 2021 term. To ease the transition for students impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, online access to on-campus courses will continue until April 2023. Information on course formats and expectations is available below under the heading “Online Learning in 2022–2023.”


Current & Upcoming Courses

The course lists on this page provide the most up-to-date information available on Regent’s current academic schedule, but please note that course information for a term is subject to change until registration opens for that term.

Summer Programs

Complete information about our Summer Programs is available at summer.regent-college.edu.

Fall 2022 Courses

We are offering a full schedule of on-campus classes in the Fall 2022 Term. Online access will also be available for most courses.

A small number of courses will be online only, as noted in the timetable below. Weekend courses will be in-person only, with the exception of Vocation of the Artist, which will be hybrid.

Please Note: Until course pages have been set up in REGIS for the Fall, complete and accurate information will not be available on the course pages accessible via the links below. All course pages will be accurate by the opening of Fall 2022 registration on July 6.

Regular 14-Week Fall Courses (Sept 6–Dec 16):

Course Number Course Title Instructor PC PE Credit Hours
APPL 546 Pastoral Care Ross Hastings

3
APPL 581 Missional Church Mark Glanville

3
APPL 651 / THEO 651 Anglican Polity & Liturgy (online only) Ron Ferris

3
APPL 693 Supervised Ministry A (continued in the Winter) Mark Glanville

1.5
APPL 694 Supervised Ministry B (continued in the Winter) Mark Glanville

1.5
ARTS 560 The Inklings: Fantasists or Prophets? (online only - Nov 21-25) Malcolm Guite     1 or 2 
ARTS 590 The Art of Death & Theology of Hope (DE) Joy Clarkson       2 or 3 
ARTS 701 Vocation of the Artist  Iwan Russell-Jones & Ron Reed   ✓ ✓  
BIBL 501 Old Testament Foundations Matthew Lynch

3
BIBL 503 Biblical Exegesis Mariam Kovalishyn

3
BIBL 619 The Beginnings of Christology (DE) Joshua Coutts      2 or 3 
BIBL 642 Amos, Hosea, and Micah Sven Soderlund
3
BIBL 669 The Book of Hebrews George Guthrie
2 or 3
BIBL 718 OT Seminar: Divine Presence in the Old Testament Matthew Lynch 3
BIBL 755 NT Seminar: Jewish Backgrounds in the New Testament Mariam Kovalishyn 3
GENR 301 Thesis Orientation Cindy Aalders

0
GENR 311 Academic Writing Bruce Hindmarsh & Carolyn Hindmarsh

0
GENR 313 IPIAT Orientation Abby Boggs

0
GENR 318Introduction to Theological English (cancelled)Sherah Bodie   
HIST 501 History of Christianity I Prabo Mihindukulasuriya

3
HIST 787 / SPIR 787 Seminar: Spiritual Friendship Cindy Aalders

3
INDS 501 Christian Thought & Culture I Jens Zimmermann & others

3
INDS 535 Food: Creation, Community, and Communion (in person only) Jeffrey Greenman 3
INDS 611 Cultural Hermeneutics: Engaging the World with the Word  Elizabeth Sung      3
LANG 500 Perspectives on Biblical Languages (online only) Drew Lewis 3
LANG 510 Introductory Hebrew I Matthew Lynch

3
LANG 550 Introductory Greek I (online only) Drew Lewis

3
LANG 610 Intermediate Hebrew I (online only) Drew Lewis
3
LANG 650 Intermediate Greek I (online only) Gerry Schoberg
3
LANG 720 Advanced Greek Readings George Guthrie
3
MARK 560 / SPIR 560 Taking Your Soul to Work  Paul Stevens     2 or 3 
MARK 721 / WRLD 721 Seminar: Listening by Design: Qualitative Research for Scholarship & Ministry (in person only)   Rhonda McEwen & Diane Stinton     ✓  
SPIR 560 / MARK 560 Taking Your Soul to Work Paul Stevens 2 or 3
SPIR 613 / THEO 613 Sanctification, Spiritual Formation, and Personal Transformation  Elizabeth Sung     
SPIR 619 Spiritual Discernment (in person only) Gordon T. Smith

2 or 3
SPIR 635 / THEO 635 Conversion & Transformation (DE) Gordon T. Smith     2 or 3 
SPIR 787 / HIST 787 Seminar: Spiritual Friendship Cindy Aalders

3
THEO 601 Theology I Jens Zimmermann

3
THEO 608 History of Christian Doctrine Ross Hastings

3
THEO 613 / SPIR 613 Sanctification, Spiritual Formation, and Personal Transformation  Elizabeth Sung     
THEO 635 / SPIR 635 Conversion & Transformation (DE) Gordon T. Smith      2 or 3 
THEO 725 Seminar: The Atonement Ross Hastings

3
THEO 771 / WRLD 771 Seminar: Faces of Jesus: Christology in the Global South Diane Stinton
3
WRLD 721 / MARK 721 Seminar: Listening By Design: Qualitative Research for Scholarship & Ministry (in person only) Rhonda McEwen & Diane Stinton    
3
WRLD 771 / THEO 771   Seminar: Faces of Jesus: Christology in the Global South Diane Stinton
   ✓ 3

Winter 2023 Courses

We are offering a full schedule of on-campus classes in the Winter 2023 Term. Online access will also be available for most courses.

A small number of courses will be online only, as noted in the timetable below. Weekend courses will be in-person only.

Please Note: Until course pages have been set up in REGIS for the Winter, complete and accurate information will not be available on the course pages accessible via the links below. All course pages will be accurate by the opening of Winter 2023 registration on November 2.

January Intensive (Jan 9–13):

Note: For the following 5-day course in our January Intensive, see the course syllabi for readings or other assignments to do before the beginning of the courses.

Course Number Course Title Instructor PC PE Credit Hours
APPL 516 What Is the Gospel? Implications for Preaching, Worship, and Discipleship Darrell Johnson 1 or 2
APPL 569 Seeking Sanctuary, Finding Shalom: Love, Community, and the Lived Experience of Mental Health Challenges  John Swinton & Daniel Whitehead      1 or 2 
BIBL 576 Paul & His Letters Paul Spilsbury

1 or 2

Regular 14-Week Winter Courses (Jan 17–Apr 22):

Course Number Course Title Instructor PC PE Credit Hours
APPL 500 Soul of Ministry Ross Hastings

3
APPL 570 Learning & the Art of Teaching (in person only) Rhonda McEwen 2 or 3
APPL 619 Introduction to Preaching & Worship Mark Glanville

3
APPL 630 / THEO 630 Pastoral Ethics  David Robinson     
APPL 693 Supervised Ministry A (continued from the Fall) Mark Glanville

1.5
APPL 694 Supervised Ministry B (continued from the Fall) Mark Glanville

1.5
ARTS 501The Christian Imagination (online only)Iwan Russell-Jones
  3
ARTS 513Image & Word (online only)Iwan Russell-Jones
  3
BIBL 502 New Testament Foundations George Guthrie

3
BIBL 503 Biblical Exegesis Matthew Lynch

3
BIBL 508 / WRLD 508 Reading the Bible in China (Mandarin only) Grace Hui Liang 2 or 3
BIBL 600 Biblical Criticism and Hermeneutics Mariam Kovalishyn 3
BIBL 632 Ezekiel (online only) Brittany Kim 3
BIBL 656 Luke & Acts Sven Soderlund 3
BIBL 701 Advanced Old Testament Exegesis Matthew Lynch 3
BIBL 702 Advanced New Testament Exegesis George Guthrie 3
GENR 301 Thesis Orientation Cindy Aalders

0
GENR 311 Academic Writing Bruce Hindmarsh & Carolyn Hindmarsh

0
GENR 313 IPIAT Orientation Abby Boggs

0
HIST 500 / SPIR 500 The Christian Spirit Bruce Hindmarsh

3
HIST 502 History of Christianity II Prabo Mihindukulasuriya

3
HIST 536 Francis of Assisi and the Medieval Church (DE) Steven Watts      2 or 3 
HIST 683 / SPIR 683 Children & Spiritual Identity Cindy Aalders

3
INDS 502 Christian Thought & Culture II Jens Zimmermann & others

3
INDS 581 Christian Faith & Practice in a (Post)Modern World Craig Gay

3
INDS 726 ThM Seminar: Modern Protestant Thought Craig Gay
3
INDS 766 Seminar: Christianity & Marxism Craig Gay
  3
LANG 511 Introductory Hebrew II  Matthew Lynch
3
LANG 551 Introductory Greek II (online only) Drew Lewis
3
LANG 611 Intermediate Hebrew II (online only) Drew Lewis
3
LANG 651 Intermediate Greek II (online only) Gerry Schoberg
3
LANG 721 Advanced Hebrew Readings Drew Lewis
3
MARK 505  Vocation, Work & Career (in person only) Gordon T. Smith       2 or 3 
MARK 552 Leadership for the Church in a Secular Age (DE) Gordon T. Smith
    2 or 3
SPIR 500 / HIST 500 The Christian Spirit Bruce Hindmarsh

3
SPIR 670 Classics of Christian Spirituality Bruce Hindmarsh 3
SPIR 683 / HIST 683 Children & Spiritual Identity Cindy Aalders 3
SPIR 720 Seminar: Prayer (online only) Bruce Hindmarsh

3
THEO 500 Theology Overview (online only) Yonghua Ge

3
THEO 524 The Uses of Scripture in Theology: Examining Slavery, Sexuality, and Male-Female Relations in Light of Divine Love  Elizabeth Sung     
THEO 528 / WRLD 528 Race, Racism & Christian Identity  Elizabeth Sung     
THEO 602 Theology II Ross Hastings

3
THEO 630 / APPL 630 Pastoral Ethics David Robinson

3
THEO 645 Confessing the Trinity: Nicaea to Now (DE) Alex Fogleman     
WRLD 501 Introduction to World Christianity  Diane Stinton
   
WRLD 508 / BIBL 508 Reading the Bible in China (Mandarin only)   Grace Hui Liang      2 or 3 
WRLD 528 / THEO 528 Race, Racism & Christian Identity  Elizabeth Sung     

Notes:

Courses with Special Requirements: Some courses in these tables have check marks under columns labelled PC and PE.

  • PC indicates that this course comes with a requirement or recommendation that you take another course (or courses) before or at the same time as this one. Click on the course number to find details in the course description.
  • PE indicates that this course gives priority enrollment to students who need the class to complete their programs, rather than being filled on a first-come-first serve basis. Be sure to register for PE courses by the Early Registration Deadline (see Important Dates).
  • For further information on prerequisites and priority enrollment courses, see the Register for Courses page.

Special Format Courses: If you are interested in a specific kind of course to fit your schedule, you can find filtered lists at the following links:

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Program & Concentration Details

Arts, World Christianity & Marketplace Concentrations

Our Arts, World Christianity, and Marketplace concentrations draw on courses from a number of different disciplines. The following chart identifies the courses in Fall 2022 & Winter 2023 academic year that can be applied to each concentration.

Christianity and the Arts

Fall 2022

  • The Inklings: Fantasists or Prophets? (ARTS 560 - 1 or 2 credits)
  • The Art of Death and Theology of Hope (ARTS 590)
  • Vocation of the Artist (ARTS 701)

Winter 2023

  • The Christian Imagination (ARTS 501)
  • Image & Word (ARTS 513)

World Christianity

Fall 2022

  • Seminar: Learning by Design: People-Centered Research for Effective Ministry (MARK 721 / WRLD 721)
  • Seminar: Faces of Jesus: Christology in the Global South (THEO 771 / WRLD 771)

Winter 2023

  • Race, Racism & Christian Identity (THEO 528 / WRLD 528)
  • Introduction to World Christianity (WRLD 501)
  • Reading the Bible in China (Mandarin only - BIBL 508 / WRLD 508)

Marketplace Theology

Fall 2022

  • Taking Your Soul to Work (MARK 560 / SPIR 560)
  • Seminar: Listening by Design: People-Centered Research for Effective Ministry (MARK 721 / WRLD 721)

Winter 2023

  • Leadership for the Church in a Secular Age (MARK 552)
  • Christian Faith & Practice in a (Post)Modern World (INDS 581)
  • Vocation, Work, and Career (MARK 505)

MDiv Information

Please note the following changes to our regular annual schedule:

  • Missional Leadership (APPL 615) will not be offered this year. In its place, you may substitute 3 credit hours from any discipline.

Course Changes & Cancellations


  • Starting in Fall 2022, Regent is introducing course codes for Arts, Marketplace Theology, and World Christianity courses (ARTS, MARK, WRLD). ARTS and MARK codes will continue counting towards INDS electives and seminars. MARK and WRLD codes will continue counting towards APPL electives and seminars.
  • Starting in Fall 2022, the requirement in most MATS concentrations to take either APPL 500: Soul of Ministry or INDS 610: Gospel & Culture has been expanded to include ARTS 501: The Christian Imagination, HIST/SPIR 500: The Christian Spirit, INDS 581: Christian Faith & Practice, MARK 505: Vocation, Work & Career, and WRLD 501: Introduction to World Christianity.
  • INDS 611: Cultural Hermeneutics may be used to substitute INDS 610: Gospel & Culture.
  • The Interdisciplinary Studies and Marketplace Theology concentrations no longer require INDS 610: Gospel & Culture.


Online Learning in 2022–2023

Regent believes strongly in embodied education. Most courses are available on campus in Fall 2022 and Winter 2023. A small number of courses are available online only.

To ease the transition for students impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, online access to on-campus courses will continue until April 2023. Students will have an opportunity to request online access in REGIS during the course registration process.

We strive to preserve a learning environment that remains both relationally rich and personally formative. Online access to courses will typically consist of a live online format, and students are expected to be present for each class session. Absences from class continue to require the prior consent of the instructor.

Students who will be unable to attend class at the scheduled time for the entire term, such as those living in other time zones, may request permission to attend asynchronously (i.e., via access to course recordings) during the course registration process. Students granted asynchronous access may be subject to additional requirements, such as additional class sessions at an alternate time. See course syllabi for details.

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