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Learn on your own schedule. Nurture your mind and spirit with an evening or weekend course at Regent.

HOW IT WORKS

Like our regular courses, evening and weekend courses can be taken for credit towards a graduate degree or simply audited for personal enrichment. Students auditing courses are not required to complete assignments. For more information on the difference between credit and audit, visit our Choosing Courses page.

EVENING COURSES take place one night per week through a single term. They have a similar structure to our regular daytime courses and may be offered for 2 or 3 credits.

WEEKEND COURSES take place on 3–4 weekends spaced throughout a term, allowing students time to work on assignments in between sessions. Weekend courses are typically offered for 2 or 3 credits.

The format of our weekend courses varies. Many take place in a standard classroom setting. These run from Friday evening through Saturday afternoon, covering approximately 10 hours of lecture time over the course of each weekend. Others, like INDS 535: Food: Community, Communion & Creation, have an experiential component. These usually include trips off-campus as well as regular classroom time.

Students interested in taking a weekend course should review the syllabus carefully to ensure they understand course dates, format, and requirements.


Upcoming Courses:

Fall 2022 Evening Courses

Evening courses in the Fall 2022 term begin September 6 and run through to December 12, 2022. Check the course details for exact dates. All courses run from 6:30–9:30 pm.

MARK 560  (This course is also offered as SPIR 560)
Credits: 2–3     Audit: 2
Meeting Day: Wednesday

Work occupies a big chunk of life. Amid traffic jams, meetings and house chores, it's easy to become disconnected from God. This course is designed for managers, professionals, pastoral staff and home-makers who seek to take their souls to work. We will develop a theology and spirituality of work by studying bibl... (Full Course Details)

SPIR 560  (This course is also offered as MARK 560)
Credits: 2–3     Audit: 2
Meeting Day: Wednesday
Work occupies a big chunk of life. Amid traffic jams, meetings and house chores, it's easy to become disconnected from God. This course is designed for managers, professionals, pastoral staff and home-makers who seek to take their souls to work. We will develop a theology and spirituality of work by studying biblica... (Full Course Details)

Fall 2022 Weekend Courses

Weekend courses in the Fall 2022 term begin in September and run through to December. Check the course details for exact dates.

MARK 721  (This course is also offered as WRLD 721)
Credits: 3     No audit available
Meeting Day: Friday

How do we listen well to people in our communities and our churches? How can we gain a deeper understanding of issues and challenges – from their own perspectives and in relation to broader literature on the subjects? How do we discover the lived theology of these individuals? And how do we apply what we’ve l... (Full Course Details)

INDS 535
Credits: 3     No audit available
Meeting Day: Friday

Eating is one of the most profound ways by which we relate to each other, to the created world, and to God. In this course we will explore, within the framework of Christian theology, some of the biological, ecological, psychological, aesthetic, spiritual, agricultural, historical, economic, and ethical aspec... (Full Course Details)

SPIR 619
Credits: 2–3     Audit: 2
Meeting Day: Friday

This course is an introduction to the art of spiritual discernment, which will enable students to recognize and respond to the prompting or inner witness of the Spirit. The course will provide a model for effective decision-making that will incorporate the wisdom of the Christian heritage. The primary focus wil... (Full Course Details)

ARTS 701
Credits: 3     No audit available
Meeting Day: Friday

Though the special calling of the artist by God goes back at least to Bezalel (Exodus 31), and though there is a long, rich tradition of artists working in the context of the Christian church, Christian artists today often have to struggle with a sense that other Christians do not recognize the worthiness of thei... (Full Course Details)

ARTS 560
Credits: 1–2     Audit: 1
Meeting Day: Monday

In this course we will look afresh at the writings of C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, Charles Williams, and Owen Barfield, and at the tenor and impact of these writers collectively as a group. We will explore how, far from being nostalgic or escapist they were in fact dealing prophetically with some... (Full Course Details)

Winter 2023 Evening Courses

Evening courses in the Winter 2023 term begin January 16 and run through to April 26, 2023. Check the course details for exact dates. All courses run from 6:30–9:30 pm.

Winter 2023 Weekend Courses

Weekend courses in the Winter 2023 term begin in January and run through to April. Check the course details for exact dates.



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