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Class Schedules

The recently enhanced program schedule now allows you to complete the program in as little as two-and-a-half years or as long as eight years. We’ll let you know which courses are offered at any given time and you can view the core course schedule (PDF) (De Pere) and elective course schedule (PDF) (De Pere). All courses are offered in the late afternoon or evening, or on alternate Saturdays, to meet the demanding schedules of busy professionals. To register for a course, please submit the course registration form (PDF).

Due to the permanent rotation of all courses, you’ll find it helpful to plan your course schedule early on. We encourage you to use the course planning worksheet (PDF). When planning, keep in mind that all courses and the General Comprehensive Exam MUST be completed before enrolling in the Integrative Colloquium (THEO 510).

Please note: A course is not confirmed until the instructor, dates and times are confirmed. All classroom assignments will be listed on course syllabi at time of distribution. Courses are subject to sufficient course enrollments.

De Pere Campus Courses

Spring 2019
THEO
541A
Sacramental Theology CRN#3645

Tuesdays
March 19-April 23

6-9 p.m.

Room Mulva 315

Syllabus

Howard Ebert
THEO 502A Historical Development of Christian Traditions CRN#3649

Saturdays
Feb. 2, 16; March 2, 9, 30; April 13, 27

9 a.m.-1 p.m. 

Room Mulva 218

Syllabus

Karen Park
THEO 589A Comparatively Engaging the World Religions CRN#3669

Thursdays
March 21, [skip March 28], April 4, April 11, April 25, May 2, May 9

5:30-8:30 p.m. 

Please note this is an online course.

Syllabus

Mara Brecht

THEO
576A

Pastoral Care CRN#3650

Mondays and Wednesdays
Jan. 21, 23, 30; Feb. 6, 13, 20

6-9 p.m.

Room Mulva 315

Syllabus

Dave Komatz

THEO
509A

General Comprehensive Exam CRN#3503 Prerequisite: All core courses and at least three elective courses. $100 tuition fee. NA

THEO 512A

Master’s Thesis Project I CRN#3509 Prerequisite: All core and elective courses, THEO 509, THEO 510. NA
THEO
600A
Continuing Thesis CRN#3505 Registration is required after Master’s Thesis II each semester until completion of the thesis. NA
THEO
000A
Inactive for Semester CRN#3507 If you are not enrolling in one of the above courses, please register for this course in order to keep your student status active. Failure to register will result in a system withdrawal from the program and will require a reapplication process. THEO 000 is not available to students after THEO 510 Integrative Colloquium has been completed. NA

Summer 2019
THEO
501A
Systematic Theology and Theological Method CRN#4085

Tuesdays
May 14-July 16

5-8 p.m.

Room Mulva 313

Booklist:

  • “Systematic Theology: Roman Catholic Perspecitves,” by John P. Galvin and Francis Schussler Florenza, ISBN 978-0800662912
  • “Creation and the Cross: The Mercy of God for a Planet in Perl,” by Elizabeth Johnson, ISBN 978-1626982666
  • “Faith Seeking Understanding: An Introducation to Christian Theology,” by Daniel L. Migliore, ISBN 978-0802871855
  • “Faith: What It Is and What It Isn’t,” by Terrence W. Tilley, ISBN 978-1570758799
  • “Introducing Theological Method: A Survey of Contemporary Theologians and Approaches,” by Mary Veeneman, ISBN 978-0801049491
Howard Ebert
THEO 503A Scripture and Biblical Interpretation CRN#4084

Wednesdays
May 15-July 17

5-8 p.m.

Room TBD

Tom Bolin

THEO
510

Colloquium CRN#4046

Tuesdays
July 23-Aug. 20

5-8:30 p.m.

Room Mulva 313

Howard Ebert

THEO
509A

General Comprehensive Exam CRN#4040 Prerequisite: All core courses and at least three elective courses. $100 tuition fee. NA

THEO 512A

Master’s Thesis Project I CRN# Prerequisite: All core and elective courses, THEO 509, THEO 510. NA
THEO
600A
Continuing Thesis CRN#4042 Registration is required after Master’s Thesis II each semester until completion of the thesis. NA
THEO
000A
Inactive for Semester CRN#4044 If you are not enrolling in one of the above courses, please register for this course in order to keep your student status active. Failure to register will result in a system withdrawal from the program and will require a reapplication process. THEO 000 is not available to students after THEO 510 Integrative Colloquium has been completed. NA

THEO 

589

Canon Law CRN#4106

Mondays
June 24; July 8, 15, & 22; August 5, & 12

5:30-8:30 p.m.

Syllabus

Room Mulva 305

New Mexico Campus Courses

New Mexico Course Registration (PDF)
Spring 2019
THEO 504N Christian Ethics CRN#3651

Fridays, 6:30-8 p.m., and Saturdays, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Jan. 25, 26; Feb. 1, 2, 15, 16; March 1, 2

Syllabus

Location TBD

Frank Yates Stephen Gaertner
THEO 589 Special Topics-Comparatively Engaging the World Religions CRN#3670

Thursdays
March 21, 28; April 4, 11, 25; May 2

5:30-8:30 p.m. 

This is an online course.

Syllabus

Mara Brecht
THEO 
541N
Sacramental Theology CRN#3646

Tuesdays
March 19-April 23

5-8 p.m. (MST)

This is an online course.

Howard Ebert
THEO 509N General Comprehensive Exam CRN#3504

Prerequisite: All core courses and at least three elective courses. $100 tuition fee.

NA
THEO
510N
Integrative Colloquium CRN# Prerequisite: All core and elective courses and THEO 509. TBA
THEO
600N
Continuing Thesis CRN#3506 Registration is required after the Master's Thesis II each semester until completion of the thesis. NA
THEO
000N
Inactive Status for Semester CRN#3508 If you are not enrolling in one of the above courses, please register for this course in order to keep your student status active. Failure to register will result in a system withdrawal from the program and will require a reapplication process. THEO 000 is not available to students after THEO 510 Integrative Colloquium has been completed. NA
Summer 2019
THEO 506N Nature and Mission of the Church CRN#4087

Saturdays
May 18;  June 1, 15, and 29

9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Santa Maria de la Vid Abbey Library Seminar Room 

Syllabus

Rev. Dr. Wallace Ford and Jennifer Murphy-Dye
THEO 522N Faith Development CRN#4088

Fridays, 7-8:30 p.m., Saturdays 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
July 26 and 27; Aug. 2, 3, 16 and 17

Santa Maria de la Vid Abbey

Syllabus

Rev. Bert Scott
THEO 509N General Comprehensive Exam CRN#4041 Prerequisite: All core courses and at least three elective courses. $100 tuition fee. NA
THEO
510N
Integrative Colloquium CRN#4094 Prerequisite: All core and elective courses and THEO 509. TBA
THEO
600N
Continuing Thesis CRN#4043 Registration is required after the Master's Thesis II each semester until completion of the thesis. NA
THEO
000N
Inactive Status for Semester CRN#4045 If you are not enrolling in one of the above courses, please register for this course in order to keep your student status active. Failure to register will result in a system withdrawal from the program and will require a reapplication process. THEO 000 is not available to students after THEO 510 Integrative Colloquium has been completed. NA

De Pere Campus Courses

Spring 2019
THEO
541A
Sacramental Theology CRN#3645

Tuesdays
March 19-April 23

6-9 p.m.

Room Mulva 315

Syllabus

Howard Ebert
THEO 502A Historical Development of Christian Traditions CRN#3649

Saturdays
Feb. 2, 16; March 2, 9, 30; April 13, 27

9 a.m.-1 p.m. 

Room Mulva 218

Syllabus

Karen Park
THEO 589A Comparatively Engaging the World Religions CRN#3669

Thursdays
March 21, [skip March 28], April 4, April 11, April 25, May 2, May 9

5:30-8:30 p.m. 

Please note this is an online course.

Syllabus

Mara Brecht

THEO
576A

Pastoral Care CRN#3650

Mondays and Wednesdays
Jan. 21, 23, 30; Feb. 6, 13, 20

6-9 p.m.

Room Mulva 315

Syllabus

Dave Komatz

THEO
509A

General Comprehensive Exam CRN#3503 Prerequisite: All core courses and at least three elective courses. $100 tuition fee. NA

THEO 512A

Master’s Thesis Project I CRN#3509 Prerequisite: All core and elective courses, THEO 509, THEO 510. NA
THEO
600A
Continuing Thesis CRN#3505 Registration is required after Master’s Thesis II each semester until completion of the thesis. NA
THEO
000A
Inactive for Semester CRN#3507 If you are not enrolling in one of the above courses, please register for this course in order to keep your student status active. Failure to register will result in a system withdrawal from the program and will require a reapplication process. THEO 000 is not available to students after THEO 510 Integrative Colloquium has been completed. NA

Summer 2019
THEO
501A
Systematic Theology and Theological Method CRN#4085

Tuesdays
May 14-July 16

5-8 p.m.

Room Mulva 313

Booklist:

  • “Systematic Theology: Roman Catholic Perspecitves,” by John P. Galvin and Francis Schussler Florenza, ISBN 978-0800662912
  • “Creation and the Cross: The Mercy of God for a Planet in Perl,” by Elizabeth Johnson, ISBN 978-1626982666
  • “Faith Seeking Understanding: An Introducation to Christian Theology,” by Daniel L. Migliore, ISBN 978-0802871855
  • “Faith: What It Is and What It Isn’t,” by Terrence W. Tilley, ISBN 978-1570758799
  • “Introducing Theological Method: A Survey of Contemporary Theologians and Approaches,” by Mary Veeneman, ISBN 978-0801049491
Howard Ebert
THEO 503A Scripture and Biblical Interpretation CRN#4084

Wednesdays
May 15-July 17

5-8 p.m.

Room TBD

Tom Bolin

THEO
510

Colloquium CRN#4046

Tuesdays
July 23-Aug. 20

5-8:30 p.m.

Room Mulva 313

Howard Ebert

THEO
509A

General Comprehensive Exam CRN#4040 Prerequisite: All core courses and at least three elective courses. $100 tuition fee. NA

THEO 512A

Master’s Thesis Project I CRN# Prerequisite: All core and elective courses, THEO 509, THEO 510. NA
THEO
600A
Continuing Thesis CRN#4042 Registration is required after Master’s Thesis II each semester until completion of the thesis. NA
THEO
000A
Inactive for Semester CRN#4044 If you are not enrolling in one of the above courses, please register for this course in order to keep your student status active. Failure to register will result in a system withdrawal from the program and will require a reapplication process. THEO 000 is not available to students after THEO 510 Integrative Colloquium has been completed. NA

THEO 

589

Canon Law CRN#4106

Mondays
June 24; July 8, 15, & 22; August 5, & 12

5:30-8:30 p.m.

Syllabus

Room Mulva 305

New Mexico Campus Courses

New Mexico Course Registration (PDF)
Spring 2019
THEO 504N Christian Ethics CRN#3651

Fridays, 6:30-8 p.m., and Saturdays, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Jan. 25, 26; Feb. 1, 2, 15, 16; March 1, 2

Syllabus

Location TBD

Frank Yates Stephen Gaertner
THEO 589 Special Topics-Comparatively Engaging the World Religions CRN#3670

Thursdays
March 21, 28; April 4, 11, 25; May 2

5:30-8:30 p.m. 

This is an online course.

Syllabus

Mara Brecht
THEO 
541N
Sacramental Theology CRN#3646

Tuesdays
March 19-April 23

5-8 p.m. (MST)

This is an online course.

Howard Ebert
THEO 509N General Comprehensive Exam CRN#3504

Prerequisite: All core courses and at least three elective courses. $100 tuition fee.

NA
THEO
510N
Integrative Colloquium CRN# Prerequisite: All core and elective courses and THEO 509. TBA
THEO
600N
Continuing Thesis CRN#3506 Registration is required after the Master's Thesis II each semester until completion of the thesis. NA
THEO
000N
Inactive Status for Semester CRN#3508 If you are not enrolling in one of the above courses, please register for this course in order to keep your student status active. Failure to register will result in a system withdrawal from the program and will require a reapplication process. THEO 000 is not available to students after THEO 510 Integrative Colloquium has been completed. NA
Summer 2019
THEO 506N Nature and Mission of the Church CRN#4087

Saturdays
May 18;  June 1, 15, and 29

9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Santa Maria de la Vid Abbey Library Seminar Room 

Syllabus

Rev. Dr. Wallace Ford and Jennifer Murphy-Dye
THEO 522N Faith Development CRN#4088

Fridays, 7-8:30 p.m., Saturdays 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
July 26 and 27; Aug. 2, 3, 16 and 17

Santa Maria de la Vid Abbey

Syllabus

Rev. Bert Scott
THEO 509N General Comprehensive Exam CRN#4041 Prerequisite: All core courses and at least three elective courses. $100 tuition fee. NA
THEO
510N
Integrative Colloquium CRN#4094 Prerequisite: All core and elective courses and THEO 509. TBA
THEO
600N
Continuing Thesis CRN#4043 Registration is required after the Master's Thesis II each semester until completion of the thesis. NA
THEO
000N
Inactive Status for Semester CRN#4045 If you are not enrolling in one of the above courses, please register for this course in order to keep your student status active. Failure to register will result in a system withdrawal from the program and will require a reapplication process. THEO 000 is not available to students after THEO 510 Integrative Colloquium has been completed. NA
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