General Interest Courses

Options: 

Option 1. Audit: In an effort to support those wishing to experience Bible-based teaching in a variety of disciplines, Heritage has made its courses available to take for interest. These courses are not graded and do not count toward a Heritage degree, which means assignments and exams do not apply. Most of our in-class courses are available for audit.

 

The cost of a 3-credit hour course is only $150 (excludes textbook cost). Simply download the Non-Credit Course Registration Form here and submit it to enroll.

 

In an effort to support those wishing to experience Bible-based teaching in a variety of disciplines, Heritage has made its courses available to take for interest. That is, courses will not be graded or count toward a Heritage degree, which means assignments and exams do not apply. While most of our in-class courses are available for audit, we have highlighted some of our offerings available at more accessible times.

 

The cost of a 3-credit hour course is only $150 (excludes text book cost). Simply download the Non-Credit Course Registration Form here and submit it to enroll.

Course Highlights (Winter 2011):

 

The following multi-modal courses are offered Thursday evenings 6:30 – 9:15 p.m. for general interest or credit.

Theology of Missions

This course will provide a survey of the various contemporary approaches to developing a theology of missions, highlighting current tendencies and critical theological issues facing the church worldwide. The goal is to develop the student’s ability to think theologically about missions issues, and to equip for Biblically based and relevant leadership in carrying out, whether from home or abroad, the worldwide missions’ mandate. Prerequisites: THE201 & 202 Intro to Christian Theology I & II

 

1 & 2 Corinthians.

 

An in-class course offered on Tuesdays from 6:30 – 9:15 p.m. Is Jewish Backgrounds to the New Testament.

 

Jewish Backgrounds to the New Testament

The cultural and intellectual worldview of the first century Jew is vital to a proper understanding and interpretation of the New Testament. This course will help the student enter into that worldview by examining the history of Israel after the time of the Babylonian exile to the destruction of the temple in 70 AD. More specifically, the student will explore the first century Jewish thought-world through the literature of this same period, and through their religious practices.

Option 2. Occasional (Non-Program) Student: Once accepted, you are permitted to take a limited amount of courses for credit before applying to a program of study. See the College Application Guide or the Seminary Application Guide for application requirements.

 

Seminary Course Descriptions & Fees

 

College Course Descriptions & Fees

 

Option 3. Distance Learning: Some courses are available through distance learning. Click here for further information.