Journey

Sample Schedule

Examples of first-year student schedules

With over 80 online or hybrid courses offered each year, students have maximum flexibility to meet their individual academic interests, vocational needs, and life schedules. Students work with an academic advisor to ensure that they are creating the most appropriate schedule to meet their unique goals.

The course listings below are example schedules of different Journey students. There are a wide range of classes available, and our full course schedule can be viewed online.

Example of first-year MDiv student schedule*

Full Time

*These classes are examples of what a full-time student might choose for their first year. View a full course schedule online.

Fall 10-14 credits

Vocation and Orientation (2 credits)
Identity, Power and Difference (2 credits)
Interdisciplinary Class (Topics vary) (4 credits)
Elective (Topics vary) – (2-4 credits)
Journey Beginnings – (2 credits)

Winter 12-14 credits

Intro to Hebrew Bible – (4 credits)
Practical Theology – (4 credits)
Religions in the World – (4 credits)
Elective – 2 credits (topics vary)

Spring 12-14 credits

Intro to History of Christianity – (4 credits)
Intro to New Testament – (4 credits)
Ethical Analysis and Advocacy – (4 credits)
Elective – 2 credits (topics vary)

Example of first-year MDiv student schedule*

Part-time

*These classes are examples of what a part-time student might choose for their first year. View a full course schedule online.

Fall 8-credits

Identity, Power and Difference (2 credits)
Interdisciplinary Class (Topics vary) (4 credits)
Journey Beginnings – (2 credits)

Winter 8 credits

Intro to Hebrew Bible – 4 credits
Religions in the World – 4 credits

Spring 8 credits

Intro to History of Christianity – 4 credits
Ethical Analysis and Advocacy – 4 credits

Every student has a different experience along their path with Journey.
These example schedules are to provide a general idea of what is available, however your academic advisor can provide further guidance to meet your specific interests and needs.

Examples of first-year student schedules

With over 80 online or hybrid courses offered each year, students have maximum flexibility to meet their individual academic interests, vocational needs, and life schedules. Students work with an academic advisor to ensure that they are creating the most appropriate schedule to meet their unique goals.

The course listings below are example schedules of different Journey students. There are a wide range of classes available, and our full course schedule can be viewed online.

Example of first-year MDiv student schedule*

Full Time

*These classes are examples of what a full-time student might choose for their first year. View a full course schedule online.

Fall 10-14 credits

Vocation and Orientation (2 credits)
Identity, Power and Difference (2 credits)
Interdisciplinary Class (Topics vary) (4 credits)
Elective (Topics vary) – (2-4 credits)
Journey Beginnings – (2 credits)

Winter 12-14 credits

Intro to Hebrew Bible – (4 credits)
Practical Theology – (4 credits)
Religions in the World – (4 credits)
Elective – 2 credits (topics vary)

Spring 12-14 credits

Intro to History of Christianity – (4 credits)
Intro to New Testament – (4 credits)
Ethical Analysis and Advocacy – (4 credits)
Elective – 2 credits (topics vary)

Example of first-year MDiv student schedule*

Part-time

*These classes are examples of what a part-time student might choose for their first year. View a full course schedule online.

Fall 8-credits

Identity, Power and Difference (2 credits)
Interdisciplinary Class (Topics vary) (4 credits)
Journey Beginnings – (2 credits)

Winter 8 credits

Intro to Hebrew Bible – 4 credits
Religions in the World – 4 credits

Spring 8 credits

Intro to History of Christianity – 4 credits
Ethical Analysis and Advocacy – 4 credits

Every student has a different experience along their path with Journey.

These example schedules are to provide a general idea of what is available, however your academic advisor can provide further guidance to meet your specific interests and needs.