Graduate Workshops

Academic Workshop Guidelines

  1. Registration may be done online. If mailed, forms must be accompanied with full payment to be processed
  2. Registration forms must be received (not just postmarked) by the deadline date.
  3. Online registration is now available for all Fall workshops. Payment for these courses is due in the Business Office by the course registration deadline. A $110 late fee will be assessed if payment is not received by the course registration deadline.
  4. Courses may be closed due to enrollment caps. Prudent students will register early in order to avoid closed classes and late fees.
  5. All students are required to complete any course preassignments, regardless of when they registered. Check the syllabus by following the link on the course title.
  6. Students taking workshops will be able to purchase textbooks through the LifeWay Christian Store by calling 1-800-570-0250. Please identify yourself as a student of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. As always, LifeWay offers a 20% student discount for most textbooks.

Fall 2014 Graduate Workshops

October 27-29 at Opryland Hotel, Nashville, TN

Register by September 29

ETHC6303 -- Current Ethical Issues, Concurrent with the ERLC National Conference:
The Gospel, Homosexuality and the Future of Marriage
(Steve Lemke and Jeff Riley)

In addition to NOBTS tuition, students are required to pay a $99 conference
fee, no exceptions allowed. To register and pay for the conference, go to Students must arrange for travel
and accommodations. To cut costs, students can coordinate event
plans with fellow students through the course Blackboard.


November 13-15 in Nashville

CEWM6192/6292/6392 -- Special Topics in Women’s Ministry
(Judi  Jackson)

Attendance at LifeWay’s 2014 Women’s Leadership Forum in Nashville is required.


November 20-22
Register by October 27

CEYH6334 -- Introduction to Youth Ministry
(Allen Jackson)

Baptist College Partnership

Undergraduate Workshops

Saturday Classes

For complete graduate course listings, see the Graduate Course Schedules page. Course names are linked to syllabi as they are received. Faculty information may be accessed via the links to the faculty names on the schedules.



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Seminary is to equip leaders to fulfill the Great
Commission and the Great Commandments through
the local church and its ministries.


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