Registration

Registration takes place on the official HTS page on the HBU.edu website. Use the links below to go directly to the corresponding registration pages you're wishing to sign up for.

Student Registration

Students take classes for Graduate level credit towards a Masters of Divinity (MDiv) or a Master of Arts in Christian Leadership (MCAL)

Full Time Students can complete an MDiv (a 72hr degree) in 3 years.

Full Time Students can complete an MACL (a 36hr degree) in under 2 years.

Part Time Students can take classes at their convenience.

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Surveyor Registration

Anyone can survey the classes without taking exams or turning in papers but simply to broaden your knowledge in theology, leadership, or communication and be fully equipped for ministry.

Courses

Spring 2021

Classes begin the week of January 18, 2021

Woodway Campus
West Campus

Pastoral Care & Spiritual Formation

CHRI 6313
Thursdays 2:00 – 4:30PM • Beginning January 21
In-Person & Virtual Option Available

The course offers a practical overview of Pastoral Theology, focusing on the applications of the Biblical shepherding mandate to inform specific applications of congregational care in today's church setting. The goals of the class are to thoroughly understand the Biblical foundation of shepherding, to grasp the appropriate pastoral response to grief, to develop pastoral care skills in the areas of crisis response, pastoral counseling, funeral and wedding administration, and hospital chaplaincy ministry. The course focuses on the practical aspects of theology in the pastoral experience.

The New Testament Gospels

CHRI 6340
Thursdays 6:30 – 9:00PM • Beginning January 21
In-Person & Virtual Option Available

The course examines the four Gospels of the New Testament in their historical and social contexts. The distinctive features of each Gospel are identified and what they tell us about the historical Jesus will be considered. Recent archaeological and manuscript discoveries will be discussed.

The New Testament Gospels

CHRI 6340
Tuesdays 6:30 – 9:00PM • Beginning January 19
In-Person Only

This course examines the four Gospels of the New Testament in their historical and social contexts. The distinctive features of each Gospel are identified and what they tell us about the historical Jesus will be considered. Recent archaeological and manuscript discoveries will be discussed.