Orthodox Theology

(1) Guidelines
Each student is assigned one or more Faculty staff, who will serve as a guide and resource regarding required coursework, tests and Term Papers.
All Programs can be accomplished online.
(2) Modus operandi
    1.    After activation of student status, students may begin their program immediately and work at their own pace within the maximum allotted time frame. Extensions may be granted under certain circumstances.
    2.    Each student will be provided with a Study Guide  introducing School guidelines, policies and course requirements.
    3.    Assigned Faculty will contact the student to outline and discuss course requirements.
    4.    The student will receive his first assignment.
    5.    Both, Faculty and student, will stay in regular contact in order to ensure that all assignments are completed successfully.
    6.    After all courses have been completed and the final assignment (such as a Term Paper) has been accepted, Faculty will make a recommendation to the Chancellor for the student to graduate.
    7.    The student will receive his or her Graduation or Achievement document and be placed on the alumni list.
    8.    An official Transcript may be requested by the alumnus or alumna at any time after graduation or completion.

I. Degree Programs:  Click here

II. Non-Degree Program:

I.            Scriptural Theology
 
101-G Basic Koiné Greek
 
102            Koiné Greek Advanced
 
103            Introduction to Scriptural Theology
104            Exegesis (Practice)
105            Old Testament History
106            New Testament Synopsis
107            Pentateuch
108            Johannine Literature
109            Old Testament Prophets
110            Wisdom Literature
111            Acts of the Apostles
112            Pauline Epistles
113            General Epistles
 
II.            Dogmatics
 
201            Dogmatics (including Soteriology, Mariology, Christology, Pneumatology, Eschatology)
202            Teachings of the Ecumenical Councils
203            Patristics / Patrology
204            Ascetical Theology and Monasticism
 
III.            Liturgical Theology
 
301            The Sacraments Introduction and Theology
302            Divine Liturgy: History / Construction / Theology
303            Rubrics
304            Latin Reading Class
305            Greek Reading Class
306            Liturgical Latin
 
IV. Moral Theology
 
401 Ethics and Moral Theology
402 Introduction to Mystical Spirituality
 
V. Homiletics & Practical Theology
 
501 Sermon Preparation
502 Sermon Delivery
503 Pastoral Counseling
504 Parish Life / Ministry
505 Deaconal Preparation
506 Liturgical Music
 
VI. Ecclesiastical Law
 
601 Introduction to Canon Law
602 The Canons (of student’s church)
 
VII. Church History
 
701 Church History: First Millennium
702 Contemporary Issues in World Chrisianity
703 Calendar Questions
704 Mission Work