Fall Semester 2017

Fall Semester 2017 Dates

Semester: August 15 – December 11, 2017

Session 1: August 15 – October 9, 2017
Fall Break Week: October 10-16, 2017
Session 2: October 17 – December 11, 2017

Course Schedule Overview

The following chart shows the courses that will be offered during Fall Semester 2017.  (Courses highlighted in blue are 1-credit courses; in yellow, 2- and 3-credit courses; and those in pink are Intensive courses.)  For more details about each course, please see the course catalog.

Course Offerings

The following courses will be offered during the Fall Semester 2017. For more details about each course, please see the Course Catalog.

COMS 1101 Public Speaking (1 credit)

Offered: Session 2 (October 17 – December 11)
Instructor: Janet Nordemann
Note: There is an additional technology requirement for this course. See the description in the Course Catalog for details.

EDUC 1233 Foundations of a Home-Centered Spiritual Culture (1 credit)

Offered: Session 1 (August 15 – October 9)
Instructor: Janet Nordemann

EDUC 1380 Outreach Principles and Techniques in The Summit Lighthouse (1 credit)

Offered: Session 1 (August 15 – October 9)
Instructor: Thomas Wilk

LEAD 1101 Principles and Practice of Servant Leadership (3 credits)

Offered: August 15 – December 11
Instructor: Rose Gadigian

LEAD 2105 Practical Leadership Skills 2 (1 credit)

Offered: Session 2 (October 17 – December 11)
Instructor: Rose Gadigian
Prerequisites: In order to register for this course, students must have completed LEAD 1101 and LEAD 1105.

LEAD 2150 Leadership Practicum (3 credits)

Offered: August 15 – December 11
Instructor: Rose Gadigian
Prerequisites: In order to register for this course, students must be enrolled in the LSC Program and have completed LEAD 1101 and LEAD 1105.

MINS 1000 Mentoring Program (0 credits)

Offered: August 15 – December 11
Coordinator: Rev. Rose Gadigian
Mentors: Rev. Kenneth Frazier, Rev. Rose Gadigian
Prerequisites: To register for this program, students must be enrolled in the MSC-B Program and have completed at least six program credits.

MINS 1650 Pastoral Assistance (on-site intensive)  (1 credit)

Offered: October 10-13
Prerequisites: To register for this course, students must be enrolled in the MSC-B Program and will have completed 12 program credits by the end of Fall Semester 2017 (not including this intensive).

MINS 2000 Mentoring Program (0 credits)

Offered: August 15 – December 11
Coordinator: Rev. Rose Gadigian
Mentors: Rev. Kenneth Frazier, Rev. Rose Gadigian
Prerequisites: To register for this program, students must be enrolled in the MTC-B Program and have completed at least 9 program credits.

MINS 2110 Homiletics 2 (2 credits)

Offered: August 15 – December 11
Instructor: Carla Groenewegen, Director of Summit University
Note: There is an additional technology requirement for this course. See the description in the Course Catalog for details.

MINS 2770 The Holy Spirit: Fire from Heaven (1 credit)

Offered: Session 2 (October 17 – December 11)
Instructor: Neroli Duffy

MINS 2780 CUT Sacraments and Holy Orders (1 credit)

Offered: Session 1 (August 15 – October 9)
Instructors: Susan Kulp, Rose Gadigian
Prerequisites: To register for this course, students must be enrolled in the MTC-A or MTC-B Program.

POLI 1101 Spiritual Principles of Government (3 credits)

Offered: August 15 – December 11
Instructor: Thomas Gulick

PSYS 1201 Spiritual Psychology 1 (3 credits)

Offered: August 15 – December 11
Instructor: Susan Kulp

RELS 1005 Survey of the World Religions (2 credits)

Offered: August 15 – December 11
Instructor: Carla Groenewegen, Director of Summit University

RELS 1085 Survey of The Summit Lighthouse (1 credit)

Offered: Session 1 (August 15 – October 9)
Instructor: Rose Gadigian

SOCW 2605 End-of-Life Care in The Summit Lighthouse (1 credit)

Offered: Session 2 (October 17 – December 11)
Instructor: Destyne Sweeney

Course offerings for Fall Semester 2017 are subject to change without notice.

 

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