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    Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
   
 
  Oct 18, 2017
 
 
    
Academic Catalog 2017-2018 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Courses with codes 1000-4999 are Undergraduate level offerings. Courses with codes 5000-7999 are Graduate level offerings. Courses with codes 8000 and above are Advanced level offerings.

 

General Courses

   •  GEN 6931 - International Study Tour
   •  GEN 7500 - MA Research Project
   •  GEN 9310 - Introduction to Theological German
   •  GEN 9311 - Theological Readings in German
   •  GEN 9320 - Introduction to Theological French
   •  GEN 9330 - Introduction to Theological Latin
   •  GEN 9340 - Introduction to Modern Hebrew
   •  NSO 0001 - Online New Student Orientation

General Studies

   •  GEN 9400 - Qualitative Research Design and Methodology

Geography

   •  GEO 2500 - World Geography

Greek

   •  GRK 2610 - Biblical Greek I
   •  GRK 2620 - Biblical Greek II
   •  GRK 3500 - Greek Syntax and Exegesis I
   •  GRK 3510 - Greek Exegesis: [Book]
   •  GRK 3600 - Greek Syntax and Exegesis II
   •  GRK 5110 - Biblical Greek: Interpretive Foundations for Ministry I
   •  GRK 5120 - Biblical Greek: Interpretive Foundations for Ministry II
   •  GRK 6500 - Greek Syntax and Exegesis
   •  GRK 6510 - Greek Exegesis: [Book]
   •  GRK 6600 - Intermediate Greek Exegesis
   •  GRK 7610 - Advanced Greek Grammar
   •  GRK 7620 - Advanced Greek Reading
   •  GRK 7650 - Septuagint
   •  GRK 7900 - Introduction to Textual Criticism (Greek)
   •  GRK 9600 - Seminar in New Testament Greek Linguistics
   •  GRK 9730 - Seminar in Selected Greek Texts
   •  GRK 9740 - Greek Exegesis of Gospels and Acts
   •  GRK 9750 - Greek Exegesis of Paul's Letters
   •  GRK 9760 - Greek Exegesis of General Epistles and Revelation
   •  GRK 9800 - Seminar in Advanced Greek Grammar
   •  GRK 9900 - Seminar in New Testament Textual Criticism (Greek)

Hebrew

   •  HEB 2610 - Biblical Hebrew I
   •  HEB 2620 - Biblical Hebrew II
   •  HEB 3500 - Biblical Hebrew Syntax and Exegesis
   •  HEB 3510 - Hebrew Exegesis: [Book]
   •  HEB 3600 - Intermediate Hebrew Exegesis
   •  HEB 5110 - Biblical Hebrew: Interpretive Foundations for Ministry I
   •  HEB 5120 - Biblical Hebrew: Interpretive Foundations for Ministry II
   •  HEB 6500 - Biblical Hebrew Syntax and Exegesis
   •  HEB 6510 - Hebrew Exegesis: [Book]
   •  HEB 6600 - Intermediate Hebrew Exegesis
   •  HEB 7620 - Advanced Hebrew Reading
   •  HEB 7810 - Biblical Aramaic
   •  HEB 7820 - Syriac
   •  HEB 7900 - Old Testament Textual Criticism
   •  HEB 7910 - Biblical Hebrew Poetry
   •  HEB 7920 - Readings in Rabbinic Literature
   •  HEB 7930 - Historical Hebrew Grammar
   •  HEB 7940 - Dead Sea Scrolls
   •  HEB 7950 - Comparative Semitic Linguistics
   •  HEB 7990 - Introduction to Modern Hebrew
   •  HEB 9730 - Seminar in Selected Hebrew Texts from the Law
   •  HEB 9740 - Seminar in Selected Hebrew Texts from the Writings
   •  HEB 9750 - Seminar in Selected Hebrew Texts from the Prophets
   •  HEB 9800 - Seminar in Advanced Hebrew Grammar
   •  HEB 9810 - Advanced Aramaic
   •  HEB 9820 - Readings from ANE Literature
   •  HEB 9830 - Readings from Second Temple Jewish Literature

History

   •  HIS 1110 - Western Civilization I
   •  HIS 1120 - Western Civilization II
   •  HIS 2110 - Church History I: Patristic, Medieval, and Pre-Reformation
   •  HIS 2120 - Church History II: Reformation and Modern
   •  HIS 2130 - Baptist History: Identity, Heritage, and Polity
   •  HIS 2610 - State Bapt. Conventions: History & Polity
   •  HIS 2611 - The Southern Baptist Convention
   •  HIS 3100 - Church History Survey
   •  HIS 3500 - History of Christian Mission
   •  HIS 3510 - American History I Pre 1877
   •  HIS 3520 - American History II Post 1877
   •  HIS 3531 - The Reformation
   •  HIS 3532 - American Religious History
   •  HIS 3620 - Greco Roman and Early Medieval History
   •  HIS 3630 - African History Since 1700
   •  HIS 3640 - Far Eastern History
   •  HIS 3650 - American Constitutional Development
   •  HIS 3710 - Life & Practice of the Early Church
   •  HIS 3720 - Medieval Christianity
   •  HIS 3810 - History of the Southern Baptist Convention
   •  HIS 4599 - Senior Colloquium in History
   •  HIS 4620 - Ancient Near Eastern History
   •  HIS 4630 - The Civil War
   •  HIS 4631 - Race Relations in America
   •  HIS 4632 - The Sixties: America, 1960 - 1973
   •  HIS 4633 - The American Revolution
   •  HIS 4640 - Twentieth-Century Europe
   •  HIS 4650 - Latin American History
   •  HIS 4660 - History of Russia
   •  HIS 4720 - English and American Puritanism
   •  HIS 4731 - American Puritanism
   •  HIS 4930 - Women in Church History
   •  HIS 4950 - History of Economic Thought
   •  HIS 4990 - Special Topics in History
   •  HIS/WOR 9530 - Seminar on the History of Christian Worship

History of Ideas

   •  HOI 1110 - The History of Ideas I: Introduction to the History of Ideas
   •  HOI 1120 - The History of Ideas II
   •  HOI 2110 - The History of Ideas III
   •  HOI 2120 - The History of Ideas IV
   •  HOI 3510 - Seminar in Theology & Culture
   •  HOI 3520 - Seminar in Philosophy and Science
   •  HOI 3530 - Seminar in History and Politics
 

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