Graduate Course Schedules

Revised MDiv and MA Degrees for August 1, 2011

The following newly revised Standard Master of Divinity, Master of Divinity Specializations, Master of Arts degrees, and Graduate Certificates were approved by Trustee action in April 2011 and are effective August 1, 2011. Students currently enrolled in a master's program should consult the guide for information regarding transitioning into the revised degree programs.

2013-2014 Graduate Schedules

The two spring components of the master's 2013-2014 course schedule are the following:

2014-2015 Graduate Schedules

Fall 2014 classes will begin on Monday, August 18, 2014. The graduate schedule offers a variety of options for weekday, evening, Saturday, and online courses.  Course formats include (1) Classroom courses that occur on campus as once-a-week courses on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday, as well as on Tuesday/Thursday and Wednesday/Friday; (2) Hybrid courses that meet on campus four times during the semester; (3) New hybrid workshops that meet on campus three days during the semester break weeks; (4) Weeklong workshop courses; and (5) 8-week Term and 16-week Semester Internet courses that can be accessible from anywhere.


The master's 2014-2015 course schedule may be accessed through the following schedule components:


Fall 2014 Semester-Length Courses

Spring 2015 Semester-Length Courses

Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 Term-Length Courses

Summer 2015

Also note that courses listed in the 2014-2015 course schedule are color coded to assist in reading and locating courses by graduate divisions:

  • Biblical Studies—red
  • Christian Education—blue
  • Church & Community Ministries—brown
  • Church Music—mauve
  • Pastoral Ministries—green
  • Theological & Historical Studies—purple/dark blue

Textbooks

Syllabi with textbook information are available online. To view a syllabus, click the course title in the course schedule.

LifeWay Christian Stores:

  • A 20% student discount on most texts will be offered to students
  • To order your books for all NOBTS courses, please call LifeWay Christian Stores at 1-800-570-0250.
  • When calling to order your textbooks, please identify yourself as an NOBTS student so you can receive the student discount.

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