FED-501 Teaching Methodology  -  Iverson, Cheryl L
FED-672 Field Education (Church)  -  Barber, James W
FED-673 Field Education (Community)  -  Barber, James W
FED-750 Ministry Practicum  -  Barber, James W
FED-781 Pastoral Internship  -  Barber, James W
GBIB-500 Greek Synthesis I  -  Grizzle, Trevor L
GBIB-510 Hebrew Synthesis I  -  Mullican, M L
GBIB-515 Introduction to Biblical Lit  -  Watson, Edward W
GBIB-517 Paul: Mission & Message  -  Watson, Edward W
GBIB-551 Old Testament Synthesis  -  McDonald, William V
GBIB-561 OT Hermeneutics/Exegesis (Heb)  -  Young, Bradford H
GBIB-561 OT Hermeneutics/Exegesis(Heb)  -  Young, Bradford H  -  Blended Format
GBIB-571 New Testament Synthesis  -  Watson, Edward W  -  Online
GBIB-581 NT Greek Herm & Exegesis  -  Lamp, Jeffrey S
GBIB-611 Theology of the Old Testament  -  McDonald, William V
GBIB-619 Romans (English)  -  STAFF
GBIB-626 Book of Acts  -  Grizzle, Trevor L  -  Blended Format
GBIB-635 Theophanies/Hebrew Scripture  -  Young, Bradford H
GBIB-657 Old Testament History  -  McDonald, William V
GBIB-663 Syriac  -  Lyons, William L
GBIB-766 Intro/Rabbinic Thought & Lit  -  Young, Bradford H  -  Modular
GCSL-528 Christian Approaches to Coun.  -  Buker, William J
GCSL-570 Religious Diversity & Counsel  -  Buker, William J
GCSL-580 Professional Issues in Counsel  -  Richardson, Sandra K
GCSL-625 Counseling Theories  -  Ewe, Edward G
GCSL-643 Marital/Family Systems Theory  -  Buker, William J
GCSL-670 Intro to Psychopathology  -  Norwood, James E
GCSL-671 Religion and Personality  -  Norwood, James E
GCSL-723 Counseling Children/Adolescent  -  James, Kelly A
GCSL-732 Testing and Assessment II  -  Decker, Edward E
GCSL-763 Counseling Practicum  -  Edwards, Teresa S
GCSL-764 Marriage & Family Practicum  -  Edwards, Teresa S
GCSL-784 Counseling Research  -  Decker, Edward E
GTHE-510 HS Empowerment in Life/Min.  -  Watson, Edward W  -  Online
GTHE-517 Sem in Theological Research  -  Tollett, James C  -  Online
GTHE-517 Seminar in Theo Research  -  Hebert, David K
GTHE-518 Introduction to Theology  -  Breckenridge, James F
GTHE-551 Systematic Theology I  -  Hart, Larry D
GTHE-551 Systematic Theology I  -  Hart, Larry D  -  Online
GTHE-571 Church History I  -  Breckenridge, James F
GTHE-571 Church History I  -  Thimell, Daniel P  -  Online
GTHE-611 Theology of the Old Testament  -  McDonald, William V
GTHE-631 Theological German  -  Mansfield, Mecklin R
GTHE-638 Contemporary Religious Cults  -  Hebert, David K  -  Blended Format
GTHE-659 Eccleisiology: Ch in 21st Cent  -  Hart, Larry D
GTHE-663 Charismatic Theology  -  Thimell, Daniel P
GTHE-681 Historical Theology  -  Breckenridge, James F
GTHE-700 Postmodernism & Ministry  -  Thimell, Daniel P
PRM-511 Ministering Cross-Culturally  -  Smith, Raymond K  -  Online
PRM-549 Foundations of Teaching Min.  -  Mayton, Kenneth H  -  Online
PRM-554 Bible Institute Education  -  Miranda, Edwin
PRM-575 Anthropology for Ministry  -  STAFF
PRM-583 Contextualized Urban Evangelis  -  STAFF
PRM-661 Introduction to Preaching  -  Davis, Gregory L
PRM-661 Introduction to Preaching  -  Ekblad, Timothy L  -  Blended Format
PRM-663 Text to Sermons  -  Tollett, James C  -  Online
PRM-669 Practice Preaching & Lab  -  Simon, Barry
PRM-673 Introduction to Pastoral Care  -  Barber, James W  -  Online
PRM-685 Spiritual Warfare/World Views  -  STAFF
PRM-767 Preacher as Evangelist  -  Barber, James W
PRM-788 Leadership in Ministry  -  Davis, Gregory L

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