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  • 2015 SPRING COURSE CATALOG

    The program prepares students for Christian service by enabling them to gain a basic understanding of Scripture,

    theology, and the Christian worldview.

  • Dear Friend of Southeastern Seminary:This Spring, we will be offering three (3) courses for the Southeastern Baptist Seminary Tampa Extension. These classes will fulfill core requirements that apply to the M.A. Christian Studies degree, as well as, two core and one elective course supporting the M.Div. degree.

    The first Saturday class begins January 17. I will be teaching Christian Theology II at 8:00 a.m. in Room E209. The second is: Great Commission Studies, taught by Dr. Robinson; and third is: History of the Baptist Church, taught by Dr. Chesney. Scheduled times are Friday, noon - 9 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. All classes will meet in Room E209.

    Registration for any of our courses must be done via the sebts.edu website.

    Please see the following pages for more details, and please call my Administrative Assistant, Cliff Groves, at (813) 264-8758 for further information.

    In His grace,

    Paul P. Enns, Th.D.Professor and Director,Southeastern Baptist Theological SeminaryTampa Bay Extension

    Tampa Extension, Idlewild Baptist Church 3

  • Tampa Extension, Idlewild Baptist Church 3

    MISSIONSoutheastern Baptist Theological Seminary seeks to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ by equipping students to serve the church and

    fulfill the Great Commission (Matthew 28:19-20).

    Beginning January 17, 2015MASTER OF ARTS

    ANDMASTER OF DIVINITY

    Spring Semester Course ScheduleDay/Time Dates/Room Course Professor

    Saturdays8am-5pm

    Jan. 17, Feb. 21, Mar. 14, Apr. 11

    Room E209

    Christian Theology IITHE 6120 (3 credit hours) Dr. Paul Enns

    Fri Noon-9pm, Sat 8am-5pm

    Mar. 27-28Room E209

    Great Commission StudiesMIS 5000 (3 credit hours)

    Dr. GeorgeRobinson

    Fri Noon-9pm, Sat 8am-5pm

    Apr. 17-18Room E209

    History of the Baptist ChurchHIS 5130 (3 credit hours) Dr. Barry Chesney

    All of the above courses apply to both the M.A. and M.DIV. Programs.

  • 4 Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary

    FACULTY

    MASTER OF ARTSThe Master of Arts degree provides a graduate level introduction to basic theological disciplines and the opportunity for students to focus on one or more of the Seminary disciplines that will prepare the student for further graduate study. Applicants should have an accredited Bachelors degree.

    degree requirementsThe M.A. Degree (36 hours) includes the core courses (33 hours), and an MA Research Project (3 hours) that may be taken in any discipline to enable the student to focus on a particular ministry emphasis. Both degrees are A.T.S. and SACS accredited.

    M.A. Core 33 hoursIND 7530 M.A. Summative Evaluation 3 hoursdegree requirement total 36 hours

    MASTER OF DIVINITYThe traditional Master of Divinity program is designed to prepare pastors, missionaries, and other Christian workers for a life of effective Kingdom service. The Ministry track supports both academic and practical ministry interests. The program prepares students for Christian ministry by enabling them to gain a basic understanding of Scripture, theology, and the Christian worldview.

    admission requirementsAdmission to the Master of Divinity program is limited to persons holding a baccalaureate degree or its equivalent, who also meet all other admission requirements for the Seminary. Individual track concentrations may have additional requirements, as noted.

    While a B.A. in Religion may allow students to qualify for advanced standing in some foundational courses, it is not a requirement for enrolling in the Master of Divinity program of the seminary.

    degree requirementsThe Master of Divinity degree (90 hours) is the basic seminary degree for pastoral ministry,offering a broad and strong foundation of training. Sixty hours may be completed at the Tampa Exten-sion through the courses and on-line studies. There is no longer any limit on online hours. The entire degree may be completed online. We suggest the M.Div. in Christian Ministry as the most attainable option for Distance Learning students:M.Div. Core 60 hrsFree Electives 30 hrsdegree requirement total 90 hrs

    admissions, registration & feesAdmission and Registration: visit www.sebts.edu

    For all new students, there is a $40, non-refundable application fee for admission. If possible, students who have not previously been admitted to the College should contact the Office of Admissions to apply at least 30 days before the courses begin. Students may register for classes during either of the first two class sessions by completing the Distance Learning Special Admission Application Form, Registration Form, and paying fees. Registration fees for Southern Baptist students are $263 each credit hour and $525 per credit hour for non-Southern Baptist students. Students may drop without penalty and fees will be refunded, if dropped before the February 6, 2015 deadline.

    Dr. Paul EnnsAdjunctive Professor, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary,Pastor of Biblical Training and Leadership Devel-opment, Idlewild Baptist Church B.R.E., Providence College; Th.M., Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary

    Dr. George RobinsonRichard and Gina Headrick Chair of World MissionAssistant Professor of Evangelism and MissionsM.Div., Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary

    D. Miss., Western SeminaryTeaching at Southeastern since 2008

    Dr. Barry ChesneyMinister Local Missions, Idlewild Baptist ChurchTh.M., Dallas Theological SeminaryPh.D. Degree in Church History, The Southern Baptist Theo-logical SeminaryPreaching