Syllabi provided on these pages are to assist you in of selecting courses and obtaining book lists.
Registered students should always go to the course Canvas site to obtain or consult the most up-to-date version of the syllabus.
Bexley Seabury’s non-residential model of theological education enables us to offer courses in a variety of formats that enable students to remain in their local contexts and to study at a pace that fits their professional and personal responsibilities. We typically offer courses in the following formats:
- Intensives are held on campus (or at a designated site) for one week in January or summer. Travel intensives may last longer than one week. Students will stay connected online and may have assignments to do before, after, or in between sessions on site.
- Hybrids blend online teaching and learning (live, self-paced, or both) with sessions that meet on campus for one or two weekends in fall and spring or fewer than five weekdays in January and summer.
- Fully online courses do not require visits to campus. They are as interactive as possible and often include both synchronous (“live” in real time) and asynchronous (on your own time) sessions.
- In hyflex courses, students will have the option to join the course on site or online. Some restrictions may apply.
The meeting times for on-site courses are typically as follows: weekend sessions in the fall and spring meet Friday from 1:00 pm – 9:00 pm CT and Saturday from 8:15 am – 4:00 pm CT. Weekday intensive courses in January and summer typically meet each day from 8:15 am – 4:30 pm CT. See the course syllabus for final times. Note that travel courses will follow a different pattern.