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Weekends & Evenings

Learn on your own schedule. We know your days are busy, so why not nurture your mind and spirit with an evening or weekend course at Regent?

The courses can be taken for credit towards a graduate degree, or for personal enrichment (audit). Students taking courses for audit are not required to complete assignments.

Visit our Costs page for the most current course rates.

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Registration for Fall Term 2019 opens on July 3. The early registration deadline is August 16. The last day to register and pay for Fall courses without incurring a late fee is September 27.

If you have a Regent Login, you can register online using REGIS, our student registration system.

If you don't have a Regent Login, download the paper form for the correct semester (under "Files for Download" in the left margin) and drop it off at Reception, or email it to registration@regent-college.edu.

Have questions about registration? Visit our Registration page, or contact the Registration Officer at registration@regent-college.edu or 604.221.3370.

WEEKEND COURSES: FALL 2019 OFFERINGS

Weekend classes during Fall and Winter Terms are offered Fridays 5:30–8:30 pm and Saturdays 8:30 am–4:30 pm unless otherwise noted.

Course Instructor Credits Term
GENR 311: Academic Writing Bruce & 
Carolyn Hindmarsh
non-credit Fri Sep 13:
1–4 pm
Sat Sep 14:
9–4 pm
INDS 535: Food: Communion, Community & Creation Jeff Greenman & Matthew Humphrey 3 credits Sep 13–15; Dec 6–8; Oct 4–5; Nov 8–9; various locations
APPL/INDS 552: Leadership for the Church in a Secular Age Gordon Smith 2–3 credits Sep 20–21; Oct 25–26; Nov 22–23


EVENING COURSES: FALL 2019 OFFERINGS

Evening courses run from September 9 to Dec 11. Exams may be scheduled Dec 16–18. Times for all courses are 6:30–9:30 pm.

Mondays:

Course Instructor Credits
INDS 785: Arts Seminar: Vocation of the Artist Iwan Russell-Jones & Ron Reed 3 credits

Tuesdays:

Course Instructor Credits
APPL/INDS 573: Vocation: Integral to the Mission of God Steven Garber 3 credits

Wednesdays:

Course Instructor Credits
HIST/INDS 520: Slavery & Slavery's Children Amanda Russell-Jones 2–3 credits
INDS 513: Image & Word Iwan Russell-Jones 3 credits

READING WEEK INTENSIVE COURSES: FALL 2019 OFFERINGS

Course Instructor Credits Term
APPL/INDS 585: Introduction to Marketplace Theology and Ministry Paul Stevens & Clive Lim non-credit Oct 15–19,
9 am–5 pm


COMING UP SOON

WEEKEND COURSES: WINTER 2020 OFFERINGS

Weekend classes during Fall and Winter Terms are offered Fridays 5:30–8:30 pm and Saturdays 8:30 am–4:30 pm unless otherwise noted.

Course Instructor Credits Term
GENR 311: Academic Writing Bruce & 
Carolyn Hindmarsh
non-credit Fri Jan 17:
1–4 pm
Sat Jan 18:
9–4 pm
BIBL/SPIR 581: New Testament Spirituality Gordon Smith & Paul Spilsbury 2–3 credits Jan 17–18; Feb 14–15; Mar 20–21
APPL/SPIR 560: Taking Your Soul to Work Paul Stevens 1–2 credits Mar 13–15
at Westminster Abbey (Mission, BC); see syllabus for details


EVENING COURSES: WINTER 2020 OFFERINGS

Evening Winter Term courses run from January 14 to April 16. Exams may be scheduled April 20–22. Times for all courses are 6:30–9:30 pm.

Tuesdays:

Course Instructor Credits
APPL 570: Learning and the Art of Teaching Rhonda McEwen 3 credits

Wednesdays:

Course Instructor Credits
INDS 560: The Christian Imagination Iwan Russell-Jones 3 credits

Thursdays:

Course Instructor Credits
THEO 500: Theology Overview Yonghua Ge 3 credits

READING WEEK INTENSIVE COURSES: WINTER 2020 OFFERINGS

Course Instructor Credits Term
APPL 514: Preaching the Gospel in the Land of the Gospels (travel course) Darrell Johnson 1 credit Jan 31–Feb 13
THEO 608: History of Christian Doctrine Hans Boersma 3 credit Feb 18–22; 9 am–4 pm

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