Spring Term is January 6 - May 1
(updated 10/16/2013)

 
Short Term
                  
 
 
 
Course
CRN
Title
Instructor   
Dates
5613
20748 Introduction to Preaching D. Fleer Jan 10/11, Feb 7/8, Feb 28/March 1
5653
20747 Counseling for Church Leaders J. Halstead Jan 24/25, March 7/8, April 18/19
5433
20749 American Church History G. Holloway Feb 21/22, Apr 11/12
5673
50002
Surdacki/Fraze
 Jan 6-8 Daytona (Wintermester)
 
 
 
 
 
Full Term
 

 

 
 
 
Course
CRN          
Title
Instructor
Dates/Times
5073
20005 Biblical Greek II M. Williams
Mondays 5-8
5643 20917 Missional Strategies in Emerging Culture E. Lavender Tuesdays 4-7
5203 20006 T. Briley Tuesdays 7-10
6093 21121 New Testament Interpretation and Theology J. Strahan Thursdays 4-7
5443
20008 Historical Theology II J. Hicks Thursdays 7-10
         
Online
 
 
 
 
Course
CRN
  Title
Instructor
Dates/Times
5003
20572
Intro to Theological Studies
M.. Black
WEB
6093
21106 New Testament Interpretation and Theology J. Strahan
WEB
6003 21177 Current Issues in Student Ministry W. Surdacki WEB
5643
20573 Missional Strategies in Emerging Culture
E. Lavender
WEB
5063
20716 Biblical Hebrew II J. Fortner
WEB
5503 20574 Systematic Theology J. Hicks WEB
5323 20007 Johannine Literature J. York WEB
 
 
 
 
 
Other
 
 
 
 
Course 
CRN
 Title
Instructor
Dates/Times
5803
21308
Practicum I
J. York
arrange with instructor
5813
21309
Practicum II
J. York
arrange with instructor
999x
20973
May Graduation
J. Langston 
see below
 
* Practicum I and II:  These require prior approval from Dr. John York. He also has to give you an instructor override in myLipscomb before you can register.

** Graduation: Register for Graduation if you plan to Graduate this semester.  To be considered for graduation, you MUST complete these steps.

Comprehensive Exam: All graduates must complete the Comprehensive Exam in their final semester. You will receive details from Dr. Black via email.  This is a week long case study. You will use your notes and materials from your coursework to answer the questions posed in the case study in the form of a paper. M.T.S. and M.Div. students will have slightly different requirements, which will be outlined in the instructions that are emailed to you.