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Preaching, Speech Communication, and Worship

SC102
Speech Communication in Ministry II
 
 
Required of all junior M.Div. candidates. Students are expected to remain in the same section as SC101. Prerequisite: course SC101.
1 credit.
Speech Staff

A. Mo 1:30pm B. Mo 1:30pm C. Mo 1:30pm D. Mo 2:30p.m E. Mo 2:30pm F. Tu 10:40a.m
G. Tu 10:40am H. Tu 11:40am I. Tu 1:30pm J. Tu 2:30pm K. We 9:00am L. Th 9:00am
M. Th 10:40am N. Th 10:40am O. Th 11:40am P. Th 11:40am Q. Th 1:30pm

 

PR200
Introduction to Preaching Pilot
PR200 plenary: We 8:00-9:50am
 
Section A: Mo 9:00-9:50am Ms. Brown
Section B: Fr 1:30-2:20pm Mr. LaRue

Pass/Fail.
Prerequisite: Course SC102.
4 credits
(Sign up in Registrar's Office. No offered online.)

 

PR202
Introduction to Preaching II
PR202 Plenary Th 8:00-8:50am
 
(Four plenaries: January 31, February 7, March 20 and March 27.)
Section A: Mo 1:30-3:20pm Ms. Brown
Section B: Tu 8:00-9:50am Ms. Brown
Section C: Th 1:30-3:20pm Mr. Kay
Section D: Th 3:30-5:20pm Mr. Kay

Required of M.Div. candidates in their middle year. Students are expected to remain in the same section for both semesters.
Pass/Fail.
Prerequisite: course PR201.
Two credits.

 

PR350
Windows on the World: The Narrative Context of Preaching
Mo 3:30-5:20pm
 
Prerequisite: course PR201 or PR200.
3 credits.
Mr. Nichols

 

SC340
Practical Theology as Drama
To be arranged
 
Admission to course is confirmed following the audition. Interested students should enroll and then audition in early February.
3 credits.
Mr. Lanchester

 

WR320/CM320
Worship in the Reformed Tradition
Tu 1:30-3:20pm We 11:40am-12:30pm
 
3 credits.
Offered every other year.
Mr. Kay

 

WR338/ED388
The Eucharist and the Church's Educational Ministry
Mo 1:30-3:20pm; Fr 1:30-2:20pm
 
3 credits.
Mr. Mikoski

 

WR812
Chapel Choir
Tu 6:30-8:30 p.m.
 
1 credit.
May be repeated for a maximum of two credits.
Mr. Tel

 

 
Ph.D. Seminars - (See Catalogue for enrollment limitations.)
 
 
M.Div and Th.M. (and all non-Ph.D.) students must receive instructor approval to enroll and complete enrollment form, available in the Registrar's office and on the Registrar's website.

 

PT903
Practical Theology and the Philosophy of Practical Reason
Fr 9-9:50am; 10:40-12:30pm
 
3 credits.
Mr. Mikoski

 

PT958
Psychology of Religion
Tu 9-9:50; 10:40am-12:30pm
 
3 credits
Mr. Capps

 

PT960
The Care of Souls
Th 9-9:50; 10:40am-12:30pm
 
3 credits.
Mr. Dykstra

 

PT977
Practical Theology and the Human Sciences in Dialogue
Tu 2:30-5:20pm
 
3 credits.
Mr. Osmer

 

PT984
Speech Performance in Preaching
We 9-9:50am; 10:40-12:30pm
 
3 credits.
Mr. Brothers

 

PT985
Preaching the Gospel in Diverse Cultures
Th 2:30-5:20pm
 
3 credits.
Mr. LaRue