It is expected that all Master of Divinity students read the Student Handbook as soon as they are admitted to the study program and consult the subsequent new editions of the handbook for updates.
Also it is strongly recommended that students become familiar with the campus and house regulations prior to attending a class session at Haus Edelweiss. Please consult the Student Housing Handbook.
- M.Div. students are advised to prioritize required courses by registering for these first. This is because many of the required courses are not offered every year. These courses are:
1. BS 542 New Testament Backgrounds
2. BS 610 Hebrew Tools
3. BS/PT 621 Old Testament Preaching and Teaching
4. BS 622 Old Testament Theology
5. BS 630 Greek Tools
6. BS/PT 641 New Testament Preaching and Teaching
7. BS/ST 643 New Testament Theology
8. BS/ST 644 New Testament Eschatology
- Please make sure you send us your feedback regarding the course, program and library by completing and submitting the online evaluation forms that are available on each Moodle course. We offer multiple language versions of the evaluation forms, please choose the appropriate form.