Friday, August 9, 2013

Fall Semester Intensive Classes Open for Audit

Each semester Greenville Seminary offers a handful of classes on what we call an "intensive schedule" — full courses offered in concentrated time periods by visiting adjunct faculty.

These classes offer an excellent opportunity for pastors and other non-regular students to acquire specialized knowledge or continuing education enhancements. Such individuals may "audit" classes as they are presented on campus or may purchase recordings of the classes through the seminary Bookstore. Pastors may receive continuing education credits for classes completed.

The Fall 2013 Semester intensive classes are:

  • AP11 History of Philosophy. Instructor James D. "Bebo" Elkin. Dates: August 19-24. Times: Monday 6 p.m.-10 p.m.; Tuesday-Friday 9 a.m.-11 a.m. & 1 p.m.-6 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Three credit hours.
  • HT21 Ancient Church History. Instructor Dr. C.N. Willborn. Dates: September 2-3,16-17,30-October 1,21-22; November 4-5,18-19; December 2-3. Times: Monday 6-9 p.m., Tuesday 1-4 p.m. Three credit hours.
  • NT41 New Testament Biblical Theology. Instructor Dr. Mark Herzer. Dates: September 16,23,30; October 7,21,28, Nov. 4,11,18,25. Times: Monday 6-10 p.m. Three credit hours.
For information on enrolling for these classes and/or purchasing the MP3 audio, contact Registrar Kathleen Curto ( or 864-322-2717 ext. 302.) Listener (auditing) fees are $30 per credit hour. Courses may be audited for the standard audit fee, plus $20 for the CD, production, and handling charges, subject to the faculty member's approval of availability.

For a complete Fall Semester 2013 Class Schedule, go here.