Garrett-Evangelical News

Course Schedules

Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary operates on a calendar of 4 terms per academic year: a 13-week Fall semester; a 2-week January intensive; a 13-week Spring semester; and a 6-week Summer term consisting of three 2-week intensives and a 6-week online intesive. These courses are offered in several formats:

  • one day per week during the semester
  • two or more days per week during the semester
  • January and Summer intensives, which meet daily for two weeks
  • courses spanning a few weekends over a semester
  • travel courses
  • courses meeting off-campus as part of a conference or extension program
  • blended courses which mix on-campus and online learning
  • fully online courses.

Degree-seeking students should plan to take coursework in all terms.

Academic Year 2010-2011

1011 Summer Schedule

Academic Year 2011-2012

1112 Fall Schedule

1112 January Schedule

1112 Spring Schedule

1112 Summer Schedule

United Methodist Courses 2010-2012

This is a listing of intensive courses offered to meet specific United Methodist requirements.  These courses are open to all students, but are listed in this format for ease of planning of off-campus students.

BGTS and Certification Studies Schedule

Weekend and Alternative Courses

Primarily lists courses being taught in a weekend format during the fall or spring semesters.  It also lists some of the other special courses being offered off-campus in shortened formats.  Other information for students taking courses in this format can also be found here.

To be announced

Other educational opportunities

Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary is part of the Association of Chicago Theological Schools (ACTS), comprised of 11 major seminaries. The seminaries represent a range of denominational traditions and theological orientations.  Students may cross-register for courses at any of the other ACTS schools during fall, January, and spring terms.

HSP is held each year at one of several seminaries that sponsor a two-week program. Hispanic/Latino students and bilingual students who are interested in Hispanic ministries may enroll for a maximum of two courses per summer, for two credits each, toward a Garrett-Evangelical degree. Instruction is in Spanish and English, covers a wide range of the theological curriculum, and focuses on the Hispanic/Latino church and Hispanic ministries within multicultural settings. Financial assistance for travel, housing, and tuition is provided by sponsoring institutions. For more information on course offerings and registration, contact the registrar's office.

Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary students may take courses, field education, and a summer program providing biblically and theologically based education in urban ministry at SCUPE. An annual convocation brings together nationally recognized urban ministers.  SCUPE courses are listed in Garrett-Evangelical course listings as well as in the ACTS catalog, linked above.

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The United Methodist Church, welcomes
students from a wide range of faith traditions.