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Find the information you need to organize your academic year. Learn what courses are available, check on important changes, and plan your schedule.

This page gives you the information you need in order to plan your course schedule this year. 

Make the most of course offerings (and avoid some pitfalls) by reviewing the Important Scheduling Information below. Find out if the course you need has been cancelled or rescheduled, learn which courses each term apply to our interdisciplinary concentrations, and make the most of your electives while completing an MDiv.

Once you're ready to start planning, you can access course timetables in two different formats: download the term-at-a-glance timetables for Fall and Winter, or browse the calendars below.

If you're interested in a specific kind of course––courses offered in the evening or on the weekend, condensed courses, or distance education––you're in luck! In addition to the information on this page, we offer filtered timetables on the pages for each course format. You can view those on the following pages:

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


Important Scheduling Information


General Information

Please note the following changes: 

  • It is likely that Biblical Exegesis (BIBL 503) will be offered only in the Fall term.
  • The Christian Spirit (HIST 500/SPIR 500) will be offered in Summer 2020 rather than Fall 2019.
  • Missional Leadership (APPL 615) will not be offered this year. In its place, you may substitute 3 credit hours from any discipline.
  • History of Christian Doctrine (THEO 608) will be offered as an intensive course in the Winter Term this year, rather than in the Fall.

See below for specific scheduling information relating to our interdisciplinary concentrations (Marketplace Theology, World Christianity, and Christianity & the Arts) and our Master of Divinity program.

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 the 2019/2020 academic year that can be applied to each concentration.

Christianity and the Arts


Fall 2019

Winter 2020

World Christianity


Fall 2019

Winter 2020

Marketplace Theology


Fall 2019

  • Money Matters (APPL 564/INDS 564)
  • Vocation: Integral to the Mission of God (APPL 573/INDS 573)
  • Marketplace Theology & Ministry (APPL 577/INDS 577): This course also fulfills the requirement for the Marketplace field immersion.
  • Christian Faith & Practice in a (Post)Modern World (INDS 581)
  • Seminar: Leading & Learning in a World of Difference (APPL 704/INDS 704)

Winter 2020

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.
  • History of Christian Doctrine (THEO 608) will be offered as an intensive course in the Winter Term this year, rather than in the Fall.

In addition to your regular courses, you may also want to note the following electives, each of which is highly relevant to a ministry situation.

Fall 2019

  • Leadership for the Church in a Secular Age (APPL 552/INDS 552)
  • Seminar: Leading & Learning in a World of Difference (APPL 704/INDS 704)
  • Seminar: Bonhoeffer on Christian Community (APPL 761/THEO 761)

Winter 2020

  • Introduction to Christian Counselling (APPL 530)
  • Learning & the Art of Teaching (APPL 570)

Course timetables

Please note that course information for a term is subject to change until registration opens.

Fall 2019 Timetable

Winter 2020 Timetable

Please note that the following Winter 2020 courses are condensed courses: APPL/INDS 592, INDS 506, THEO 608. See course descriptions for more details.

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