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Fall Semester 2022

Semester Dates

Semester: August 16 – December 12, 2022

Session 1: August 16 – October 10, 2022
Fall Break Week: October 11 – October 17, 2022
Session 2: October 18 – December 12, 2022

Course Schedule Overview

The following chart shows the courses that will be offered during Fall Semester 2022.  (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 2022. For more details about each course, please see the Course Catalog.

COMS 1101 Public Speaking (1 credit)

Offered: Session 1 (August 16 – October 10)
Instructor: Janet Nordemann

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

Offered: Session 2 (October 18 – December 12)
Instructor: Janet Nordemann

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

Offered: Session 1 (August 16 – October 10)
Instructor: Thomas Wilk

ENGL 1225 English Writing Skills * (1 credit)

Offered: Session 1 (August 16 – October 10)
Instructor: Patrick Rogers

ENGL 1275 Web Content Development * (1 credit)

Offered: Session 2 (October 18 – December 12)
Instructor: Patrick Rogers

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

Offered: August 16 – December 12
Instructor: TBA

MINS 1000 Mentoring Program (0 credits)

Offered: August 16 – December 12
Coordinator: TBA
Mentors: Kenneth Frazier
Prerequisites: To register for this program, students must be enrolled in the MSC-B Program and have completed at least six program credits.

MINS 2000 Mentoring Program (0 credits)

Offered: August 16 – December 12
Coordinator: TBA
Mentors: Kenneth Frazier
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 1 (2 credits)

Offered: August 16 – December 12
Instructor: Carla Groenewegen

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

Offered: Session 2 October 18 – December 12
Instructor: Deirdre Burrell

MINS 2780 CUT Sacraments and Holy Orders (1 credit)

Offered: Session 1 (August 18 – October 10)
Instructors: Janet Nordemann
Prerequisites: To register for this course, students must be enrolled in the MTC-A or MTC-B program.

PSYC 1201 Spiritual Psychology 1 (3 credits)

Offered: August 18 – December 12
Instructor: Susan Kulp

RELS 1005 Survey of the World Religions (2 credits)

Offered: August 18 – December 12
Instructor: Justina Torres

RELS 1085 Survey of The Summit Lighthouse (1 credit)

Offered: Session 1 (August 18 – October 12)
Instructor: Karen Brewer

SOCW 2603 End-of-Life Care in The Summit Lighthouse (1 credit)

Offered: Session 2 (October 18 – December 12)
Instructor: Destyne Sweeney

Course offerings for Fall Semester 2022 are subject to change without notice.

  • Minimum class size is 12 students.  SU reserves the right to cancel classes without prior notification.

 

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Summer Seminar - July 6-9, 2022

Summer Seminar – July 6-9, 2022

Ascend Daily! Enter the Spiral of Immortal Life!

Ascension. It’s a word full of mystery and wonder. It’s also the goal of life as defined by the ascended masters and their messengers. But the ascension is not a guaranteed goal, and it is not easy to measure progress towards in human standards. The path of the ascension requires striving and the solving of life’s many puzzles. The closer we get to the change called death, many wonder, “Have I done enough to earn my ascension?”

Enter Serapis Bey! As the Hierarch of the Ascension Temple at Luxor, this incomparable chohan, who loves your soul more than you’ll ever know, is ready to teach you from his very own manual, Dossier on the Ascension. He will show you what is important and what’s not so important in preparing for your ascension. And he will instruct you on how to make the ascension not just a series of steps in your life, but an all-encompassing journey of love that will lead you right back to the heart of God.

 

I call you to Luxor! I call you to take your entrance exam. For we are receiving students for a course that will endure throughout this year—a course on the ascension.

—Serapis Bey, Pearls of Wisdom® vol. 63 no. 21

 

This seminar includes:

  • Enlightening unpublished Summit University lectures from Elizabeth Clare Prophet on Dossier on the Ascension
  • Life-changing teachings on the threefold flame, the deathless solar body, balancing karma, chelaship, the path of initiation, divine friendship with the ascended masters and more
  • Illuminating exercises and reflections to help you discern your next steps on the path of the ascension
  • Inspiring dictations from Serapis Bey, Lanello and the ascended lady master Clara Louise on walking the path of the ascension
  • A special chakra blessing with the messenger’s amethyst egg, charged by Serapis Bey with a focus of the ascension flame

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Summer Seminar – July 6-9, 2021

Ascend Daily! Enter the Spiral of Immortal Life!

Ascension. It’s a word full of mystery and wonder. It’s also the goal of life as defined by the ascended masters and their messengers. But the ascension is not a guaranteed goal, and it is not easy to measure progress towards in human standards. The path of the ascension requires striving and the solving of life’s many puzzles. The closer we get to the change called death, many wonder, “Have I done enough to earn my ascension?”

Enter Serapis Bey! As the Hierarch of the Ascension Temple at Luxor, this incomparable chohan, who loves your soul more than you’ll ever know, is ready to teach you from his very own manual, Dossier on the Ascension. He will show you what is important and what’s not so important in preparing for your ascension. And he will instruct you on how to make the ascension not just a series of steps in your life, but an all-encompassing journey of love that will lead you right back to the heart of God.

 

I call you to Luxor! I call you to take your entrance exam. For we are receiving students for a course that will endure throughout this year—a course on the ascension.

—Serapis Bey, Pearls of Wisdom® vol. 63 no. 21

 

This seminar includes:

  • Enlightening unpublished Summit University lectures from Elizabeth Clare Prophet on Dossier on the Ascension
  • Life-changing teachings on the threefold flame, the deathless solar body, balancing karma, chelaship, the path of initiation, divine friendship with the ascended masters and more
  • Illuminating exercises and reflections to help you discern your next steps on the path of the ascension
  • Inspiring dictations from Serapis Bey, Lanello and the ascended lady master Clara Louise on walking the path of the ascension
  • A special chakra blessing with the messenger’s amethyst egg, charged by Serapis Bey with a focus of the ascension flame

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Spring Semester 2022

Spring Semester 2022 Dates

Semester: January 11 – May 9, 2022

Session 1: January 11 – March 7, 2022
Spring Break Week: March 8-14, 2022
Session 2: March 15 – May 9, 2022

Course Schedule Overview

The following chart shows the courses that will be offered during Spring Semester 2022.  (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 Spring Semester 2022. For more details about each course, please see the Course Catalog.

LEAD 1105 Practical Leadership Skills 1 (1 credit)

Offered: Session 2 (March 15 – May 9)
Instructor: Rose Gadigian
Prerequisites: In order to register for this course, students must have completed LEAD 1101.

LEAD 2150 Leadership Practicum (3 credits)

Offered: January 11 – May 9
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: January 11 – May 9
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 1110 Homiletics 1 (1 credit)

Offered: Session 1 (January 11 – March 7)
Instructor: Carla Groenewegen
Prerequisites: To register for this course, students must be enrolled in the MSC program (Tracks A or B).
Note: There is an additional technology requirement for this course. See the description in the Course Catalog for details.

MINS 2000 Mentoring Program (0 credits)

Offered: January 11 – May 9
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 2380 The Universal Principles of Spiritual Community (1 credit)

Offered: Session 1 (January 11- March 7)
Instructors: Rose Gadigian
Prerequisites: To register for this course, students must be enrolled in the MTC program (Tracks A or B) or take the course as an audit student (please see the Registrar to enroll as an audit student in this course).

MINS 2603 Foundations of Family Ministry (1 credit)

Offered: Session 1 (January 11- March 7)
Instructors: Janet Nordemann, Candice Vann
Prerequisites: To register for this course, students must have completed EDUC 1233.

MINS 2610 Pastoral Counseling and Care (3 credits)

Offered: January 11 – May 9
Instructor: Rose Gadigian
Prerequisites: To register for this course, students must be enrolled in the MTC program (Tracks A or B).

MINS 2650 Intensive: The Aquarian-Age Minister (on-site intensive for MTC-B program)  (1 credit)

Offered: March 8-11 at the Inner Retreat.
Prerequisites: To register for this course, students must be enrolled in the  MTC-B program and have completed 12 program credits, including MINS 2110, MINS 2610, MINS 2780 and PSYS 2201, by the end of Spring Semester 2022 (not including this intensive).

MINS 3280 A Spiritual Perspective on the Issues of Our Time (1 credit)

Offered: Session 2 (March 15 – May 9)
Instructor: Karen Brewer
Prerequisites: In order 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: January 11 – May 9
Instructor: Karen Brewer

RELS 1080 Understanding the Teachings of the Ascended Masters (3 credits)

Offered: January 11 – May 9
Instructor: Justina Torres

RELS 1180 The Science of the Spoken Word (1 credit)

Offered: Session 2 (March 15 – May 9)
Instructor: Anneli Rantallo

SOCW 2603 Basics of Senior Care (1 credit)

Offered: Session 2 (March 15 – May 9)
Instructor: Destyne Sweeney

Course offerings for Spring Semester 2022 are subject to change without notice.

 

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Fall Semester 2021

Semester: August 17 – December 13, 2021

Session 1: August 17 – October 11, 2021
Fall Break Week: October 12 – 18, 2021
Session 2: October 19 – December 13, 2021

Course Schedule Overview

The following chart shows the courses that will be offered during Fall Semester 2021.  (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 2021. For more details about each course, please see the Course Catalog.

COMS 1101 Public Speaking
(1 credit)

Offered: Session 2 (October 19 – December 13)
Instructor: Janet Nordemann

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

Offered: Session 1 (August 17 – October 11)
Instructor: Janet Nordemann

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

Offered: Session 1 (August 17 – October 11)
Instructor: Thomas Wilk

ENGL 1225 English Writing Skills
(1 credit)

Offered: Session 1 (August 17 – October 11)
Instructor: Carla Groenewegen, Patrick Rogers

ENGL 1275 Web Content Development
(1 credit)

Offered: Session 2 (October 19 – December 13)
Instructor: Carla Groenewegen, Patrick Rogers

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

Offered: August 17 – December 13
Instructor: Rose Gadigian

LEAD 2105 Practical Leadership Skills 2
(1 credit)

Offered: Session 2 (October 19 – December 13)
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 17 – December 13
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 17 – December 13
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 2000 Mentoring Program (0 credits)

Offered: August 17 – December 13
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 1
(2 credits)

Offered: August 17 – December 13
Instructor: Carla Groenewegen

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

Offered: Session 2 October 19 – December 13
Instructor: Deirdre Burrell

MINS 2780 CUT Sacraments and Holy Orders (1 credit)

Offered: Session 1 (August 17 – October 11)
Instructors: Rose Gadigian
Prerequisites: To register for this course, students must be enrolled in the MTC-A or MTC-B  program.

PSYS 1201 Spiritual Psychology 1
(3 credits)

Offered: August 17 – December 13
Instructor: Rose Gadigian, Susan Kulp

RELS 1005 Survey of the World Religions
(2 credits)

Offered: August 17 – December 13
Instructor: Carla Groenewegen

RELS 1085 Survey of The Summit Lighthouse (1 credit)

Offered: Session 1 (August 17 – October 11)
Instructor: Rose Gadigian

SOCW 26035 End-of-Life Care in The Summit Lighthouse  (1 credit)

Offered: Session 2 (October 19 – December 13)
Instructor: Destyne Sweeney

Course offerings for Fall Semester 2021 are subject to change without notice.

 

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ENGL 1225 English Writing Skills

Credits: 1

Number of Weeks: 8

Typically offered in: Fall

ENGL 1225 is a skills training course that teaches the principles of good English writing. The course includes composition, vocabulary, spelling and punctuation, formal vs. informal writing, using active and passive voice, writing in first, second and third person, and similar topics. Students will also be reviewing different areas of writing such as articles, business writing, cover letters, essays and email composition. Practice exercises designed for skill enhancement supplement the textbook materials.

Students will be assessed on the following course assignments:

Assignment

% of Final Grade

Forum Posts 40%
Quizzes 20%
Final Project 40%
TOTAL 100%

 

Hours per week: Students should plan to set aside 5−6 hours per week to complete their weekly course work.  This course consists of eight units and students are expected to complete one unit every week. 

Textbook Information: ENGL 1225 Textbooks (F21)

To take this course, you must be a credit or audit student in the SU Online School of Theology and Spiritual Studies, and it must be a required or elective component for your program of study.  Click here to learn more about the School of Theology. 

Interested in applying to the school?  Visit our Application Process page to apply today!

This information is subject to change without notice.

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ENGL 1275 Writing for Social Media

Credits: 1

Number of Weeks: 8

Typically offered in: Fall

ENGL 1275 trains students in social media navigation and the creation of quality platform-specific content that invites readers to engage with the teachings of the ascended masters on social media. Students will learn and extensively practice a set of writing-related skills that will empower them to create authentic content for social media, ranging from global sites such as Medium and Instagram to local social media platforms such as teaching center and study group websites, where their new social media skills will help them effectively present information and engage visitors in interactions with the group. The course includes detailed exercises to help students get comfortable with writing for the web.

Students will be assessed on the following course assignments:

Assignment

% of Final Grade

Forum posts  30%
Quizzes 10%
Mid-course assignment 25%
Final project 35%
TOTAL 100%

 

Hours per week: Students should plan to set aside 5−6 hours per week to complete their weekly course work.  This course consists of eight units and students are expected to complete one unit every two weeks.

Textbook Information: ENGL 1275 Textbooks (F21)

To take this course, you must be a credit or audit student in the SU Online School of Theology and Spiritual Studies, and it must be a required or elective component for your program of study.  Click here to learn more about the School of Theology. 

Interested in applying to the school?  Visit our Application Process page to apply today!

This information is subject to change without notice.

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Spring Semester 2021

Spring Semester 2021 Dates

Semester: January 12 – May 10, 2021

Session 1: January 12 – March 8, 2021
Spring Break Week: March 9-15, 2021
Session 2: March 16 – May 10, 2021

Course Schedule Overview

The following chart shows the courses that will be offered during Spring Semester 2021.  (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 Spring Semester 2021. For more details about each course, please see the Course Catalog.

ENGL 1281 Writers Guild Training -Fundamentals (2 credits)

Offered: January 12 – May 10
Instructor: Carla Groenewegen, Patrick Rogers

LEAD 1105 Practical Leadership Skills 1 (1 credit)

Offered: Session 2 (March 16 – May 10)
Instructor: Rose Gadigian
Prerequisites: In order to register for this course, students must have completed LEAD 1101.

LEAD 2150 Leadership Practicum (3 credits)

Offered: January 12 – May 10
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: January 12 – May 10
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 1110 Homiletics 1 (1 credit)

Offered: Session 1 (January 12 – March 8)
Instructor: Carla Groenewegen, Director of Summit University
Prerequisites: To register for this course, students must be enrolled in the MSC program (Tracks A or B).
Note: There is an additional technology requirement for this course. See the description in the Course Catalog for details.

MINS 1650 Intensive: Pastoral Assistance (on-site intensive for MTC-B program)  (1 credit)

Offered: March 2021 (dates to be determined)   Location (Inner Retreat or Virtual) to be determined based on COVID-19 developments in Montana; please do not purchase airplane tickets until further notice.
Prerequisites: To register for this course, students must be enrolled in the  MTC-B program and have completed 12 program credits, including COMS 1101, LEAD 1101, MINS 1110, and PSYS 1201, by the end of Spring Semester 2021 (not including this intensive).

MINS 2000 Mentoring Program (0 credits)

Offered: January 12 – May 10
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 2380 The Universal Principles of Spiritual Community (1 credit)

Offered: Session 1 (January 12- March 8)
Instructors: Rose Gadigian
Prerequisites: To register for this course, students must be enrolled in the MTC program (Tracks A or B) or take the course as an audit student (please see the Registrar to enroll as an audit student in this course).

MINS 2603 Foundations of Family Ministry (1 credit)

Offered: Session 1 (January 12- March 8)
Instructors: Janet Nordemann, Candice Vann
Prerequisites: To register for this course, students must have completed EDUC 1233.

MINS 2610 Pastoral Counseling and Care (3 credits)

Offered: January 12 – May 10
Instructor: Rose Gadigian
Prerequisites: To register for this course, students must be enrolled in the MTC program (Tracks A or B).

MINS 2650 Intensive: The Aquarian-Age Minister (on-site intensive for MTC-B program)  (1 credit)

Offered: during Spring Break (March 9-12)   Location (Inner Retreat or Virtual) to be determined based on COVID-19 developments in Montana; please do not purchase airplane tickets until further notice.
Prerequisites: To register for this course, students must be enrolled in the  MTC-B program and have completed 12 program credits, including MINS 2110, MINS 2610, MINS 2780 and PSYS 2201, by the end of Spring Semester 2021 (not including this intensive).

MINS 3280 A Spiritual Perspective on the Issues of Our Time (1 credit)

Offered: Session 2 (March 16 – May 10)
Instructor: Karen Brewer
Prerequisites: In order 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: January 12 – May 10
Instructor: Karen Brewer

RELS 1080 Understanding the Teachings of the Ascended Masters (3 credits)

Offered: January 12 – May 10
Instructor: Carla Groenewegen, Director of Summit University

RELS 1180 The Science of the Spoken Word (1 credit)

Offered: Session 2 (March 16 – May 10)
Instructor: Anneli Boston

SOCW 2603 Basics of Senior Care (1 credit)

Offered: Session 2 (March 16 – May 10)
Instructor: TBA

Course offerings for Spring Semester 2021 are subject to change without notice.

 

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ENGL 1281 Writers’ Guild Training – Fundamentals

Credits: 2

Number of Weeks: 17

Typically offered in: Fall

ENGL 1281 trains students in strategies to create persuasive writing that is fresh, exciting and jargon-free for spiritual seekers new to the teachings of the ascended masters.  The course will explore marketing concepts such as the Buddha Formula and belief transformation. It will also cover memoir and fiction writing, understanding personas, and writing for micro-communities.

Students will be assessed on the following course assignments:

Assignment

% of Final Grade

Forum Posts 10%
Quizzes 10%
Writing assignments 40%
Midterm Project 15%
Final Project 25%
TOTAL 100%

 

Hours per week: Students should plan to set aside 5−6 hours per week to complete their weekly course work.  This course consists of eight units and students are expected to complete one unit every two weeks.

Textbook Information: ENGL 1281 Textbooks.

To take this course, you must be a credit or audit student in the SU Online School of Theology and Spiritual Studies, and it must be a required or elective component for your program of study.  Click here to learn more about the School of Theology.  Interested in applying to the school?  Visit our Application Process page to apply today!

This information is subject to change without notice.

 

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Fall Semester 2020

Fall Semester 2020 Dates

Semester: August 18 – December 14, 2020

Session 1: August 18 – October 12, 2020
Fall Break Week: October 13 – 19, 2020
Session 2: October 20 – December 14, 2020

Course Schedule Overview

The following chart shows the courses that will be offered during Fall Semester 2020.  (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 2020. For more details about each course, please see the Course Catalog.

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

Offered: Session 1 (August 18 – October 12)
Instructor: Janet Nordemann

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

Offered: Session 1 (August 18 – October 12)
Instructor: Thomas Wilk

ENGL 1281 Writers' Guild Training – Fundamentals (2 credits)

Offered: August 18 – December 14
Instructor: Carla Groenewegen, Patrick Rogers, George Makris

LEAD 2105 Practical Leadership Skills 2
(1 credit)

Offered: Session 2 (October 20 – December 14)
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 18 – December 14
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 18 – December 14
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 Intensive: Pastoral Assistance (on-site intensive for MSC-B program)  (1 credit)

Offered: during Fall Break (October 13-16)
Prerequisites: To register for this course, students must be enrolled in the  MS-B program and have completed 12 program credits, including COMS 1101, LEAD 1101, MINS 1110, and PSYS 1201, by the end of Fall Semester 2020 (not including this intensive).

MINS 2000 Mentoring Program (0 credits)

Offered: August 18 – December 14
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 2780 CUT Sacraments and Holy Orders (1 credit)

Offered: Session 1 (August 18 – October 12)
Instructors: Rose Gadigian
Prerequisites: To register for this course, students must be enrolled in the MTC-A or MTC-B  program.

PSYS 1201 Spiritual Psychology 1 (3 credits)

Offered: August 18 – December 14
Instructor: Susan Kulp

RELS 1005 Survey of the World Religions
(2 credits)

Offered: August 18 – December 14
Instructor: Carla Groenewegen, Director of Summit University

RELS 1085 Survey of The Summit Lighthouse (1 credit)

Offered: Session 1 (August 18 – October 12)
Instructor: Rose Gadigian

SOCW 26035 End-of-Life Care in The Summit Lighthouse (1 credit)

Offered: Session 2 (October 20 – December 14)
Instructor: Destyne Sweeney

Course offerings for Fall Semester 2020 are subject to change without notice.

 

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