The following is a list of planned course offerings and while we make every effort to hold to this plan, it should be considered a draft. Courses are offered at the Hartford campus unless otherwise noted.
Course Modality Descriptions
Asynchronous Online – All course activity and interaction is done online and asynchronously; all lectures, readings, instructions, grades, discussions and other assignments are provided through the Canvas platform. The instructor and students are in different locations and may engage material on Canvas at different times. Asynchronous classes provide students the greatest scheduling flexibility because they have no required online meetings or other scheduled activities.
Synchronous Online – These courses feature weekly class meetings online as a way of supplementing the materials and activities provided through the course website in Canvas. Like asynchronous courses, these require students to use Canvas to access to syllabi, reading materials, instructions, assignments, grades and sometimes discussions. The instructor and students are in different locations but attend class online at the same time. Online class session times and dates are established prior to course registration and published as part of the semester schedule. Students should be in a secure location that has adequate microphone, camera, and sound capabilities to ensure class participation.
(Face-to-Face) F2F – Courses that are held on campus and require instructors and students to attend in person, typically weekly. Though these courses meet in person, they require students to use Canvas in order to access syllabi, reading materials, instructions, assignments, and assignment grades.
Intensive F2F – Face-to-Face courses in which all of the classroom interaction is scheduled into a single week of instruction, normally Monday to Friday, with class sessions taking up the entire day.
Block Scheduled F2F – Face-to-Face courses in which day-long class sessions are scheduled throughout the semester.
Hybrid Synchronous– Courses that meet on campus, typically weekly, where the instructor is on campus, but where some students attend in person and some students attend synchronously online. All students, whether in person or online, are required to use Canvas in order to access syllabi, reading materials, instructions, assignment, and assignment grades. Online students should be in a secure location that has adequate microphone, camera, and sound capabilities to ensure class participation. Students must designate F2F or online attendance at time of registration.
|AM-551: Qur’ān Recitation/Tajwīd II||F2F|
|CH-610: Sociology and Psychology for Chaplains||Synchronous|
|CH-615: Mental Health: A Spiritual Perspective||Online|
|CH-618: Muslim Pastoral Theology||Online|
|HI-523: The History of Christianity: Defining Moments of a Faith||F2F|
|IP-610: Peacebuilding Skills||January Intensive F2F|
|IP-611: Peace, Justice, and Violence in Sacred Texts||F2F|
|IP-612: Religious Leadership for Peaceful Change||F2F|
|IP-620: Field Education II||F2F|
|LG-562: Introduction to New Testament Greek II||F2F|
|LG-662: Readings in New Testament Greek II|
|RS-631: Race, Religion & Politics||F2F|
|RS-634: Interfaith and Civic Engagement||Synchronous|
|SC-715: Gender, Power and Women||F2F|
|TH-513: The Faiths as Formal Realities||Synchronous|
|TH-526: Introduction to Black Theology||F2F|
|TH-611: Theological Approaches to Religious Pluralism||Synchronous|
|TH-622: God in Muslim Thought||F2F|
|WS-639: Islamic Spirituality||Online|
|AM-659: Prison Ministry: Healing From the Inside Out||F2F|
|CH-725: Advanced Counseling Technique||F2F|
|DI-501: Introduction to Islam for Non-Muslims||F2F|
|IP-613: Identity and Otherness in Religious Communities||Online|