Schedule of Classes - Office of the Registrar


2019 - Spring

College of Arts and Sciences (AS)

Religion (REL)

REL 5101
Old Testament Colloquium
5101   Old Testament Colloquium                                    
Prerequisite(s): Ph.D. students only.
    A seminar in which doctoral students concentrating in Old Testament Studies meet with the Old Testament faculty for written presentations and discussion of guided readings in classical and contemporary studies in the discipline. May be taken six times for credit.
Section:
01
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
10
Seats Avail:
4
Days:
Time:
1220PM - 0110PM
Room:
TIDWEL 402 
Activity:
Class Instruction

REL 5111
New Testament Colloquium
5111   New Testament Colloquium                                    
Prerequisite(s): Ph.D. students only.
   A seminar in which doctoral students concentrating in New Testament Studies meet with the New Testament faculty for written presentations and discussion of guided readings in classical and contemporary studies in the discipline. May be taken six times for credit.
Section:
01
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
10
Seats Avail:
6
Days:
Time:
1220PM - 0110PM
Room:
TIDWEL 402 
Activity:
Class Instruction

REL 5131
Historical Area Colloquium
5131   Historical Area Colloquium
Prerequisite(s): Doctoral students only.
   A seminar in which doctoral students concentrating in the Historical Area meet with the Historical Area faculty for written presentations and discussions of guided readings in classical and contemporary studies in the discipline. May be taken six times for credit.
Section:
01
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
10
Seats Avail:
3
Days:
Time:
1220PM - 0110PM
Room:
TIDWEL B19 
Activity:
Class Instruction

REL 5151
Theology Colloquium
5151   Theology Colloquium
Prerequisite(s): Ph.D. students only.
   A seminar in which doctoral students concentrating in theology will meet with faculty for written presentations and discussions of guided readings in patristic, medieval, reformations, and modern texts in theology and related fields. May be taken six times for credit.
Section:
01
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
10
Seats Avail:
5
Days:
Time:
1220PM - 0110PM
Room:
TIDWEL B28 
Activity:
Class Instruction

REL 5199
Non-Thesis Degree Completion
5199   Non-Thesis Degree Completion
   To fulfill requirements for non-thesis master's students who need to complete final degree requirements other than coursework during their last semester.  This may include such things as a comprehensive examination, oral examination, or foreign language requirement. Students are required to be registered during the semester they graduate.
Section:
01
Status:
Closed
Max Enroll:
1
Seats Avail:
0
Days:
 
Time:
----
Room:
 
Activity:
Independent Study

REL 5303
Kings
5303   Seminar in the Former Prophets                              
   A designated portion of the Old Testament scriptures chosen from the Former Prophets. Attention will be given to critical and theological problems, relevant bibliography, contributions of significant scholars, and contemporary issues in interpretation. The course may be taken up to three times when content differs.
Section:
01
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
10
Seats Avail:
4
Days:
Time:
0800AM - 1045AM
Room:
TIDWEL 402 
Activity:
Class Instruction

REL 5305
Psalms Books II and III
5305   Seminar in the Writings                                    
   A designated portion of the Old Testament scriptures chosen from the Writings. Attention will be given to critical and theological problems, relevant bibliography, contributions of significant scholars, and contemporary issues in interpretation. The course may be taken up to three times when content differs.
Section:
01
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
10
Seats Avail:
6
Days:
Time:
0200PM - 0445PM
Room:
TIDWEL 402 
Activity:
Class Instruction

REL 5311
OT in the NT
5311   Contemporary Issues in New Testament Study                  
   A selected major issue in contemporary New Testament scholarship. The course may be taken up to three times when content differs.
Section:
01
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
10
Seats Avail:
3
Days:
Time:
0800AM - 1045AM
Room:
TIDWEL 402 
Activity:
Class Instruction

REL 5318
New Testament Theology
5318   New Testament Theology
   The history and nature of the discipline New Testament Theology, focusing on methodology, personalities, and major works.
Section:
01
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
10
Seats Avail:
6
Days:
Time:
0800AM - 1045AM
Room:
TIDWEL 402 
Activity:
Class Instruction

REL 5332
His of Medieval Christ
5332   History of Medieval Christianity                            
   Eastern and western medieval Christianity from the fall of Rome to the fall of Constantinople, with particular emphasis on such topics as the papacy, monasticism, the Carolingian Renaissance, the separation of eastern and Western Catholicism, scholasticism, and medieval sectarianism. The course may be taken up to three times when content differs.
Section:
01
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
10
Seats Avail:
5
Days:
Time:
0800AM - 1045AM
Room:
TIDWEL B19 
Activity:
Class Instruction

REL 5332
Medieval Xnty in Global Cntxts
Section:
02
Status:
Closed
Max Enroll:
1
Seats Avail:
0
Days:
 
Time:
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Room:
 
Activity:
Class Instruction

REL 5350
Apostolic Fathers
5350   Issues and Themes Within Patristic Thought                  
   Knowledge of French or German required. Formulation of a Christian doctrine of God came to a crisis in the fourth century when a series of conflicts over the relation of the Father and Son erupted and absorbed the intellectual energies of the Church for almost a century. As a result of the so-called "Arian controversy," various points of Trinitarian and Christological doctrine became canonized for defining orthodoxy.  These have functioned as norms for all subsequent doctrinal and exegetical development, profoundly shaping the theological identity of the Church. Moreover, in the last thirty years, scholarship has been greatly altered by a number of changes in the interpretation of major figures and doctrinal development in the fourth century such that a significant amount of re-writing of historical theology is currently taking place. It is clear that the Nicene-"Arian" conflicts went through distinct stages, and were more complicated and less compartmentalized than presented in many histories of the period. Course may be taken up to three times when content changes.
Section:
01
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
10
Seats Avail:
1
Days:
Time:
0200PM - 0445PM
Room:
TIDWEL 402 
Activity:
Class Instruction

REL 5360
Claims of Reason
5360   Contemporary Theological Problems                          
   Important theological problems which confront the theologian and the Christian community today. Problems such as faith and science, theological language, evil, theology and history, and Christian selfhood and modern psychology studied. Both historical and contemporary attempts to deal with the problems will be considered. The course may be taken up to three times when content differs.
Section:
01
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
10
Seats Avail:
5
Days:
Time:
0230PM - 0515PM
Room:
TIDWEL 402 
Activity:
Class Instruction

REL 5373
World Christian Movement
5373   Contemporary Issues in Historical Studies
   A selected major issue in contemporary Historical Studies scholarship.  The course may be taken up to three times when content differs.
Section:
01
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
10
Seats Avail:
2
Days:
Time:
0800AM - 1045AM
Room:
TIDWEL 402 
Activity:
Class Instruction

REL 5399
Religion Colloquy
5399   Religion Colloquy                                          
Prerequisite(s): Twenty-four semester hours of graduate course work.
   Required as a co-requisite for participation in the Teaching Fellows Program. The colloquy will address a broad range of institutional and pedagogical issues related to the teaching of religious traditions and especially the Christian tradition in an academic context.
Section:
01
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
10
Seats Avail:
3
Days:
Time:
0800AM - 1045AM
Room:
TIDWEL 402 
Activity:
Class Instruction

REL 5V00
Special Studies in Religion
5V00   Special Studies in Religion                                             1 to 3 sem. hrs.
   Special research projects that are needed in the students' graduate programs, but that are unavailable in the regular curriculum. The course may be for up to three hours credit, with preference given to those in their final year of study.
Section:
01
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
1
Seats Avail:
1
Days:
 
Time:
----
Room:
 
Activity:
Independent Study
Instructor(s):
STAFF

REL 6V00
Dissertation Proposal/Prospect
6V00   Dissertation Proposal and Prospectus                               1 to 3 sem. hrs.
   Research for doctoral students studying for preliminary examinations, preparing their topic proposal, or writing their prospectus in anticipation of candidacy. The course may be repeated.
Section:
01
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
12
Seats Avail:
3
Days:
 
Time:
----
Room:
 
Activity:
Independent Study

REL 6V99
Dissertation
6V99   Dissertation                                                              1 to 9 sem. hrs.
   Supervised research for the doctoral dissertation. A total of at least nine semester hours is required for the completion of the dissertation.
Section:
09
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
5
Seats Avail:
5
Days:
 
Time:
----
Room:
 
Activity:
Independent Study
Section:
13
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
5
Seats Avail:
5
Days:
 
Time:
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Room:
 
Activity:
Independent Study
Section:
12
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
5
Seats Avail:
5
Days:
 
Time:
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Room:
 
Activity:
Independent Study
Section:
11
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
5
Seats Avail:
5
Days:
 
Time:
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Room:
 
Activity:
Independent Study
Section:
06
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
5
Seats Avail:
5
Days:
 
Time:
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Room:
 
Activity:
Independent Study
Section:
07
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
5
Seats Avail:
4
Days:
 
Time:
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Room:
 
Activity:
Independent Study
Section:
10
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
5
Seats Avail:
4
Days:
 
Time:
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Room:
 
Activity:
Independent Study
Section:
03
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
5
Seats Avail:
4
Days:
 
Time:
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Room:
 
Activity:
Independent Study
Section:
05
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
5
Seats Avail:
3
Days:
 
Time:
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Activity:
Independent Study
Section:
14
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
5
Seats Avail:
3
Days:
 
Time:
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Room:
 
Activity:
Independent Study
Section:
04
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
5
Seats Avail:
3
Days:
 
Time:
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Activity:
Independent Study
Section:
18
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
5
Seats Avail:
3
Days:
 
Time:
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Room:
 
Activity:
Independent Study
Section:
01
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
5
Seats Avail:
3
Days:
 
Time:
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Room:
 
Activity:
Independent Study
Section:
02
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
5
Seats Avail:
3
Days:
 
Time:
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Room:
 
Activity:
Independent Study
Section:
08
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
5
Seats Avail:
3
Days:
 
Time:
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Room:
 
Activity:
Independent Study
Section:
16
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
5
Seats Avail:
3
Days:
 
Time:
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Room:
 
Activity:
Independent Study
Section:
17
Status:
Open
Max Enroll:
5
Seats Avail:
3
Days:
 
Time:
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Room:
 
Activity:
Independent Study
Section:
15
Status:
Closed
Max Enroll:
5
Seats Avail:
0
Days:
 
Time:
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Room:
 
Activity:
Independent Study

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