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Ignatius House is a proud sponsor of Spring Hill College Graduate Theology programs in Atlanta. This provides an accessible means for educators and those in other ministries to achieve academic credits and personal enrichment.
2018-2019 ATLANTA COURSE OFFERINGS
As part of its mission and commitment to serve as an educational resource for the Catholic community as well as the wider Christian community of the southeast, Spring Hill College offers a blended program with a minimum of classroom experiences at two sites: Mobile, AL and Atlanta, GA.
Level 1 (L1) courses are taught online and require students to attend one (1) in-classroom meeting at either the Mobile or the Atlanta campus. Level 2 (L2) courses are taught fully online. Graduate Seminars are one (1) credit, weekend courses offered in both Mobile and Atlanta.
Fall 2018 - September 3 – November 11
|THL 506 (351) Foundations of Christian Ethics (L1) (M)
Dr. Matthew Bagot
(Class Meetings: Oct 13 – Mobile; Oct 20 – Atlanta)
|THL 520 Theological Research Methods (Required Core Course)
Dr. John Switzer
|THL 521 (441) Eucharist (L2) (P/H)
Dr. Stephen Wilson
|THL 580 Graduate Seminar: Francis the Theologian (H)
Fr. Christopher Viscardi, S.J.
Atlanta: Oct 27, 10:00am-4:00pm
Mobile: Nov 3, 10:00am-4:00pm
[Ivereigh, Austen. The Great Reformer: Francis and the Making of a Radical Pope. ISBN-10: 1250074991]
Winter 2018-19 - November 19 – February 3
|THL 504 (388) Pentateuch (L1) (B)
Dr. Timothy Carmody
(Class Meetings: Dec 1 – Mobile; Dec 8 – Atlanta)
|THL 509 (385) Comparative Religions (L1) (H)
Dr. George Gilmore
(Class Meetings: Dec 8 – Mobile; Dec 1 – Atlanta)
Spring 2019 - February 11 – April 21
|THL 507 (352) Christian Social Ethics: War and Peace (L1) (M)
Dr. Matthew Bagot
(Class Meetings: Mar 16 – Mobile; Mar 23 – Atlanta)
|THL 532 (332) The Johannine Gospel and Epistles (L2) (B)
Dr. Timothy Carmody
THL=Theology Course; SPT=Spirituality Course B=Biblical Theology; H=Historical Theology; S=Systematic Theology; M=Moral Theology; P=Pastoral Theology
Course numbers in parentheses are undergraduate numbers for the CTS program.
The Fall and Summer terms have 10 weeks; the Winter and Spring terms contain 11 weeks to give some leeway for Christmas Holidays and Spring Break. Scheduling for assignments in the courses will be determined by the professor. Because the college as a whole is on the semester system, so-called “winter” courses are actually logged with the registrar as courses in the spring semester.
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About Spring Hill College
Theological Studies offer a well-defined course of study and a flexible educational program which allows for the diverse goals of individual applicants. Courses offer the challenge of serious theological reflection as preparation for ministry or as professional updating and personal enrichment. Courses are taught out of the Catholic tradition, from a contemporary, ecumenical perspective. Spring Hill College offers a Master of Theological Studies as well a Master of Pastoral Studies and Master of Arts. They also offer an undergraduate degree Bachelor of Arts in Theology. In addition they offer certificates in Theological Studies and Spiritual Direction. Their courses designed for graduate and undergraduate studies may also be taken for the Easy Listening Track at a reduced price. Their courses are professional earning units (PLU) eligible.
For More Information, Contact:
Roxanne Wilhelm Spring Hill College Atlanta On-Site Coordinator (404) 255-0503 x229. Wednesday 10:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.