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Projected Course Offerings

The following is a list of planned course offerings and while we make every effort to hold to this plan, it should be considered a draft. Courses are offered at the Hartford campus unless otherwise noted.

Course Modality Descriptions

Asynchronous – All course activity and interaction is done online and asynchronously; all lectures, readings, instructions, grades, discussions and other assignments are provided through the Canvas platform. Asynchronous classes provide students the greatest scheduling flexibility because they have no required online meetings or other scheduled activities.

Synchronous – These courses feature weekly class meetings online as a way of supplementing the materials and activities provided through the course website in Canvas. Like asynchronous courses, these require students to use Canvas to access to syllabi, reading materials, instructions, assignments, grades and sometimes discussions. Online class session times and dates are established prior to course registration and published as part of the semester schedule. Students should be in a secure location that has adequate microphone, camera, and sound capabilities to ensure class participation.

F2F – Courses that are held on campus and require students to attend in person, typically weekly. Though these courses meet in person, they require students to use Canvas in order to access syllabi, reading materials, instructions, assignments, and assignment grades.

 Fall 2021

Course Modality
(AM-550) Quran Recitation/Tajweed Synchronous
(AM-625) The Art of Preaching F2F
(CH-530) Chaplaincy Models and Methods Asynchronous
(CH-618) Muslim Pastoral Theology Synchronous
(CH-621) Death and Dying Synchronous
(DI-550) Introduction to Interreligious Studies Asynchronous
(HI-624) Histories of Classical Islam: Peoples, Traditions, Institutions F2F
(IP-500) Introduction to Peacebuilding F2F
(IP-510) Constructive Conflict Intervention F2F
(IP-511) Restorative History: Building Peace After Collective Trauma F2F
(IP-520) Field Education I F2F
(LG-561) Introduction to New Testament Greek I F2F
(LG-661) Readings in New Testament Greek I F2F
(RS-525) American Religious Realities: Sociological and Anthropological Approaches F2F
(SC-522) Hebrew Bible Survey F2F
(SC-526) Foundational Sources of Islam Synchronous
(SC-540) The Synoptic Gospels Asynchronous
(SC-556) Women in the Qur’an Synchronous
(TH-605) Contextual Theologies F2F

Spring 2022

Course Modality
(AM-551) Qur’ān Recitation/Tajwīd II Synchronous
(AM-604) Theologies of Chaplaincies: Working on the Edge of Religion January Intensive
(AM-667) Interfaith Leadership in Times of Crisis Online
(AM-731) Psychology of Trauma Online
(CH-520) Theology and Scripture in Spiritual Care Practice Synchronous
(CH-730) Resilience for Spiritual Leaders F2F
(ET-640) Introduction to Islamic Law F2F
(ET-655) Contemporary Islamic Ethics Synchronous
(HI-532) Contemporary World Christianity Asynchronous
(HI-539) Are We Children of Abraham? Exploring the Relationships Between Judaism, Christianity, and Islam January Intensive
(HI-617) The Politics of Religious Liberty Asynchronous
(HI-625) Modern Muslim Histories Asynchronous
IP-610: Peacebuilding Skills: Trauma & Restorative Justice January Intensive
(IP-611) Peace, Justice, and Violence in Sacred Texts Synchronous
(IP-612) Religious Leadership for Peaceful Change F2F
IP-620: Field Education II F2F
(LG-562) Introduction to New Testament Greek II F2F
(LG-662) Readings in New Testament Greek II F2F
(SC-531) New Testament Survey F2F
(TH-513) The Faiths as Formal Realities F2F
(TH-616) Jesus in Christianity and Islam F2F

Summer 2022

Course Modality
(AM-654) Muslim Public Speaking: History and Practice F2F
(AM-659) Prison Ministry: Healing From the Inside Out F2F
(RS-602) Understanding Congregations Online
(IP-613) Identity and Otherness in Religious Communities Online

Fall 2022

Modality
(AM-550) Quran Recitation/Tajweed F2F
(AM-638) Essential Skills in Pastoral Counseling and Ministry F2F
(AM-674) LGBTQ History & Theory F2F
(CH-510) Sociology and Psychology for Chaplains Synchronous
(CH-618) Muslim Pastoral Theology Synchronous
CH-623: Bio-Medical Ethics Asynchronous
(DI-550) Introduction to Interreligious Studies F2F
(HI-536) The Life of the Prophet Muhammad F2F
(HI-619) Muslim-Christian Conflict or Cooperation: The Politics of Interpreting Our Shared Past Asynchronous
(HI-628) Muslims in American Religious History Online
(IP-500) Introduction to Peacebuilding F2F
(IP-510) Constructive Conflict Intervention F2F
(IP-511) Restorative History: Building Peace After Collective Trauma F2F
(IP-520) Field Education I F2F
(LG-561) Introduction to New Testament Greek II F2F
(LG-661) Readings in New Testament Greek I
(RS-525) American Religious Realities Online
(RS-612) None’s Religion: Understanding and Addressing the Religiously Unaffiliated Population Online
(SC-617) The Pauline Letters F2F
(SC-639) The World of the Prophets Asynchronous
(TH-505) Christian Theology: The Basic Components of Faith and Life F2F

Spring 2023

Course Modality
(AM-551) Qur’ān Recitation/Tajwīd II F2F
(CH-540) Religious and Cultural Contemporary Ethics Online
(CH-615) Mental Health: A Spiritual Perspective Online
ET-643) The Higher Objectives of Islamic Law Online
(HI-523) The History of Christianity: Defining Moments of a Faith F2F
(IP-611) Peace, Justice, and Violence in Sacred Texts F2F
(IP-612) Religious Leadership for Peaceful Change F2F
IP-620: Field Education II F2F
(LG-562) Introduction to New Testament Greek II F2F
(LG-662) Readings in New Testament Greek II
(RS-631) Race, Religion & Politics F2F
(RS-634) Interfaith and Civic Engagement Synchronous
(SC-715) Gender, Power and Women F2F
(TH-513) The Faiths as Formal Realities Synchronous
(TH-526) Introduction to Black Theology F2F
(TH-611) Theological Approaches to Religious Pluralism Synchronous
(TH-622) God in Muslim Thought F2F
(WS-639) Islamic Spirituality Online

Summer 2023

Course Modality
(CH-725) Advanced Counseling Technique F2F
(DI-501) Introduction to Islam for Non-Muslims F2F
(IP-613) Identity and Otherness in Religious Communities Online

 

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