Summer Biblical Languages Institute

The Summer Biblical Languages Institute at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary offers students the opportunity to complete the Introductory, Intermediate, and Advanced courses in Greek or Hebrew in a short-term summer class format. It also allows extension center students interested in specializing in biblical studies to take these courses that may not be offered at their extension center. These courses are required of students who hope to achieve a Specialization in Biblical Studies or Biblical Languages, and the other specializations requiring ten hours of biblical languages. It also helps fulfill prerequisites for entry into some Ph.D. majors.


In some years, the Summer Biblical Language Institute includes a travel component to Greece or the Middle East so that the language can be learned in the culture in which that language is spoken.


Schedule

Summer 2015 -- Greek Institute

  • Introductory Greek Grammar (NTGK5300) -- May 25-29, June 1-5; registration deadline: May 11
  • Intermediate Greek Grammar for New Testament Exegesis (NTGK6300) -- June 15-19, 22-26; registration deadline: June 12
  • Greek Exegesis: John (NTGK6304) -- July 6-10; registration deadline: July 3
  • Greek Exegesis: James (NTGK6317) -- July 20-24; registration deadline: July 17

For More Information

To see a slide presentation with more information on the program and testimonials of students who have enrolled in previous years, click  here. (You need QuickTime to view the presentation. If you don't have QuickTime, click here to download it. Presentation works best with Firefox.)


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.


For answers to other questions, contact Dr. Dennis Cole at rdcole@nobts.edu or Dr. Gerald Stevens at gstevens@nobts.edu.

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