Interdisciplinary Courses

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French-Music Language

FRE 1103 Modern Foreign Language-French
Fundamental skills in listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Includes acquisition of language functions, basic vocabulary, grammatical structures, and culture through contextualized presentations, interactive activities, and extensive laboratory practice.

FRE 1113 Modern Foreign Language-French
Fundamental skills in listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Includes acquisition of language functions, basic vocabulary, grammatical structures, and culture through contextualized presentations, interactive activities, and extensive laboratory practice.

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Modern Language- Seminary

MODLG 5133 German Readings for Scholarly Research
Guided reading, translation, and critical analysis of theological texts written in German. This course is recommended for PhD students and open to master's students. Prerequisite: proficiency in German.

MODLG 5143 French Readings for Scholarly Research
Guided reading, translation, and critical analysis of theological texts written in French. This course is recommended for Ph.D. students and open to master's students. Prerequisite: for proficiency requirements in French, please see Ph.D. Office.

MODLG 5143 French Readings for Scholarly Research
Guided reading, translation, and critical analysis of theological texts written in French. This course is recommended for Ph.D. students and open to master's students. Prerequisite: for proficiency requirements in French, please see Ph.D. Office.

MODLG 5153 Latin Readings for Scholarly Research
Guided reading, translation, and critical analysis of theological texts written in Latin. This course is recommended for PhD students and open to master's students. Prerequisite: proficiency in Latin.

MODLG 5500 Research Language Proficiency

MODLG 5509 Research Language Proficiency

MODLG 5611 Theological English
Building upon at least four years of English study, in this semester students first learn technical theological terms in order to read moderate to more difficult theological works in the English language.

MODLG 7133 German Readings for Scholarly Research
Guided reading, translation, and critical analysis of theological texts written in German. This course is recommended for PhD students and open to master's students. Prerequisite: proficiency in German.

MODLG 7143 French Readings for Scholarly Research
Guided reading, translation, and critical analysis of theological texts written in French. This course is recommended for Ph.D. students and open to master's students. Prerequisite: for proficiency requirements in French, please see Ph.D. Office.

MODLG 7153 Latin Readings for Scholarly Research
Guided reading, translation, and critical analysis of theological texts written in Latin. This course is recommended for PhD students and open to master's students. Prerequisite: proficiency in Latin.

MODLG 7212 Latin Proficiency

MODLG 7222 French Proficiency

MODLG 7232 German Proficiency

MODLG 7242 Research Language Proficiency:

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Phil of Religion- Seminary

PHILO 7262 Logic

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Preaching- Seminary

PRCHG 7252 Rhetoric

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Research & Teaching

RSTCH 7000 Comprehensive Exam Preparation
This class represents the work completed by research doctoral students as they prepare for comprehensive exams.

RSTCH 7010 Prospectous Prep Continuous Enrollment
This course represents the work completed by doctoral students who are actively pursuing the completion of their doctoral program.

RSTCH 7012 Comprehensive Exam
Comprehensive Exam passed

RSTCH 7020 Continuous Doctoral Enrollment for Missionaries
This course represents the work completed by missionaries who are actively pursuing the completion of their doctoral program on the mission field.

RSTCH 7040 Academic Writing Tutorial

RSTCH 7050 Leave of Absence

RSTCH 7051 Curricular Practical Training

RSTCH 7060 Continuous Enrollment Summer
This course represents the work completed in the summer months by PhD Students who are actively pursuing the completion of their doctoral program.

RSTCH 7551 Introduction to Doctoral Research

RSTCH 7552 Graduate Research Seminar
Students develop basic skills for research including the use of technology, library resources, production of bibliographies, composition of research papers, and the development of writing style. This training occurs during a three-stage PhD orientation in the fall semester of each year.

RSTCH 7561 Research & Writing for Graduate Studies

RSTCH 7562 Teaching in Higher Education Seminar
An introduction to the philosophy and organization of institutions of higher education with special attention to the Christian college, university, and seminary. The seminar also examines the role of higher education within the Southern Baptist Convention.

RSTCH 7571 Dissertation Prospectus Preparation

RSTCH 7912 Comprehensive Exam

RSTCH 7922 Dissertation Prospectus
Dissertation Prospectus passed

RSTCH 8000 PhD Dissertation in Progress
Students engage in research and writing involved in the composition of the dissertation. Upon successful defense students are credited eight hours through registration in RSTCH 8008.

RSTCH 8008 PhD Dissertation
Upon successful defense of the dissertation students receive eight hours of credit.

RSTCH 8016 PhD Dissertation
Upon successful defense of the dissertation students receive eight hours of credit.

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Spiritual Formation

SPFRM 3101 Spiritual Formation I
The study and practice of corporate worship, involving participation in chapel, plenary lectures on corporate worship, and small group interaction and accountability.

SPFRM 3111 Spiritual Formation II
The study and practice of personal worship, involving participation in chapel, plenary lectures on personal worship, and small group interaction and accountability.

SPFRM 6712 Contemporary Discipleship Strategies (EVANG 6782) (MISSN 6952)
A study of the biblical base and practical application of contemporary discipleship strategies. The seminar will consist of guest presentations, research-based reports, comparison and evaluation of current discipleship strategies, and parallel readings.