Certificate in Theology and Ministry
February 2014 - October 2014
Princeton Theological Seminary
“Be transformed by the renewal of your mind.” (Romans
Please click here for application. Deadline: December 20.
Princeton Theological Seminary’s department of Continuing
Education is pleased to announce the “Certificate in Theology and
Ministry,” a six-part series of online courses taught by PTS
professors in 2014
certificate is intended for ministerial or personal enrichment
and is not credit-bearing. Students who complete all the
requirements will be awarded a frame-worthy “Certificate in
Theology and Ministry,” carrying six Continuing Education Units
from the department of Continuing Education.
Each course will meet weekly
on Thursday evenings from 7 PM to 9 PM. In most cases,
courses will last for five weeks, with a total o
f 10 hours of live instruction and discussion. All
students will have 24
hour access to the certificate website, which will include archived recordings of
the class sessions, digital versions of the assigned readings, a discussion forum moderated by the
teaching assistant (a Ph.D. candidate), related multimedia content, and the ability to submit
assignments, check on one’s progress, etc.
Apply for this certificate if you can commit to the entire year-long course of study and are:
An ordained or lay pastor without a seminary degree
Considering a call to full-time ministry or applying to a seminary
A Director of Christian Education, Care Giving, Youth Ministry, or Music
An ordained or lay elder, deacon, or clerk of session
A Sunday School teacher, active church volunteer, or lay leader
Dennis Olson, Charles T. Haley Professor of Old Testament Theology
The Old Testament
Ellen Charry, Margaret W. Harmon Professor of Systematic Theology
Introduction to Theology
Lisa Bowens, Instructor of New Testament
The New Testament
Rick Osmer, Thomas W. Synnott Professor of Christian Education
Evangelism in the Mainline Church
Paul E. Rorem, Benjamin B. Warfield Professor of Medieval Church History
The registration fee to participate online is $485. The fee covers all six courses and must be received by
Princeton Theological Seminary on or before January 15, 2014.
Registration is subject the Seminary’s Registration and
Cancellation Policy. Students will also be responsible for
purchasing about one book per course. Other readings will be
provided at no additional cost.
more information and the application, please click here.
Application Deadline: December 20.