Course Prospecti

Intensive Course Prospecti and Selected Course Syllabi

Click on the course ID below to retrieve its course prospectus or syllabus (usually pdf files). All courses may be taken for academic credit, for continuing education, or by audit. [DMin-only courses are available only for credit to students admitted to the DMin program.]  For registration information, go to http://ltsp.edu/academics/registrar/registration-and-course-information/, and select your registration category from the menu there.

Summer Term 2015

Prospecti (or sometimes syllabi), typically including advance preparation requirements, are posted here as they become available. Information about course textbooks will be made available at http://www.ecampus.com/ltsp, at which site textbooks may also be ordered. Students needing guest housing during intensive class weeks should email Alice Popovic.

June 1–5

  • IHM620G Exegetical Options for the Preacher — Dr. Shauna Hannan, Associate Professor of Homiletics, Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary.  ADVANCE PREPARATION AND FOLLOW-UP COURSEWORK REQUIRED
  • ICS450C The Church in the City (1st Theological Degree-level; eligible for upgrade) – Dr. Darrell (Drick) Boyd, Associate Professor of Urban Studies, Eastern University (Palmer Seminary).  ADVANCE PREPARATION AND FOLLOW-UP COURSEWORK REQUIRED

June 8–12

  • HTH604G Luther’s Devotional Writings (STM/DMin) – Dr. Gordon Jensen, William Hordern Chair of Theology, Lutheran Theological Seminary of Saskatoon. ADVANCE PREPARATION AND FOLLOW-UP COURSEWORK REQUIRED  We apologize; this course offering is no longer available.
  • IPP424/IPP624G The Stewardship of Bricks and Mortar (IPP424=1st Theological Degree-level; IPP624G=STM/DMin-level) – Dr. Katie Day and staff from Partners for Sacred Places: Mr. A. Robert Jaeger, Ms. Tuomi Forrest, and the Rev. Alison Cornish.  ADVANCE PREPARATION AND FOLLOW-UP COURSEWORK REQUIRED

June 15–18

June 15–19

June 22–26

July 6–10

  • IPP470 Parish Administration (1st Theological Degree-level; not eligible for upgrade). Offered at LTSP by Payne Theological Seminary; Instructor is Rev. Sidney Williams (pastor@bethelamemorristown.org). ADVANCE PREPARATION AND FOLLOW-UP COURSEWORK REQUIRED. Please note that there are additional attachments that are supposed to go along with this syllabus; contact the instructor or registrar@ltsp.edu for those attachments.
  • IWR460 Revitalizing Congregations through Worship (1st Theological Degree-level; eligible for upgrade) – Dr. Marcia McFee.  ADVANCE PREPARATION AND FOLLOW-UP COURSEWORK REQUIRED. Please read syllabus carefully, as pre-assignments are due for this course beginning on June 1.

January Term 2015

Prospecti will be posted here as they become available. Information about course textbooks will be made available at at http://www.ecampus.com/ltsp, at which site textbooks may also be ordered.

Jan 5–9

Jan 12–16

Jan 20–23

  • SDM710G DMin Collegial Seminar (DMin only) (Tues-Fri only) – Dr. David Grafton, et al.; ADVANCE PREPARATION AND FOLLOW-UP COURSEWORK REQUIRED
  • SGN403 African Methodist Episcopal Polity — Dr. Janet Sturdivant (1st Theological Degree-Level)

General Registrar’s Information

For registration information, go to http://ltsp.edu/academics/registrar/registration-and-course-information/, and select your registration category from the menu there. Other forms and information are also available in the Related Links on the right side of that page. Registration now is only for the Spring Semester, including one-week Intensive courses in January. If you have a problem with registration, contact the registrar. For technical issues, contact the LTSP Help Desk.

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