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Seminary Courses

Our unique seminary courses will enrich your Christian life, equipping you to serve the church and world through thoughtful engagement in graduate-level biblical and theological studies, ministry and leadership training, and hands-on contextualized learning.

Each course is purposefully grounded in the mission of preparing competent Christian leaders, and there are a variety of formats available to meet your needs.

Formats

Areas of Study

Biblical Interpretation
Old Testament Studies
New Testament Studies
Counselling & Psychology
Educational Ministries
Global Studies
Leadership Studies
Pastoral Studies
Theological studies

Upcoming Courses

  • Module (1-Week)
  • Term Weekends

  • Internship Course
  • Term A (Sept 12 – Oct 21)
  • Term B (Nov 7 – Dec 16)

  • Term C (Jan 16 – Feb 24)
  • Term D (Mar 13 – Apr 20)

  • Fall Semester (Sept 12 – Dec 16)

  • Winter Semester (Jan 16 – Apr 20)

  • Distance Education Options

Seminary Course Schedule

2022 – 2023

22-23 Academic Calendar

College
Seminary

Biblical Interpretation

Interpreting God’s Word 1

BI / TS – BI5101
3 credits

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Women & Vocation

BI / TS – 5110

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Introduction
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Old Testament

Intro to the Old Testament

OT5300
3 credits

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Pentateuch

OT5301
Prerequisites: none

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Old Testament Historical Books

OT5302
3 credits | Prerequisites: none

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Old Testament Wisdom Literature

OT5303
3 credits | Prerequisites: none

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The Prophetic Books

OT5311
3 credits | Prerequisites: none

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Psalms

OT5307
3 credits | Prerequisites: none

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Psalms DE

OT5307 DE
3 credits | Prerequisites: none

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Special Studies in the Old Testament

OT6320

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Old Testament Reading Course

OT6410

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New Testament

Introductory Greek I

NT5101
3 credits

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Introductory Greek II

NT5102
3 credits | Prerequisites: NT5101

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Greek Syntax – DE

NT5123 DE
3 credits | Prerequisites: NT5101 & NT5102

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Greek Exegesis

NT5124
3 credits | Prerequisites: NT5123

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Intro to the New Testament

NT5201

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Birth of the New Testament:
Formation & Transmission of the Canon

NT5202
3 credits

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Gospel of Luke: The Mission of Jesus & His Followers

NT5306

Syllabus

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Introduction
Acts of the Apostles

NT5307
3 credits

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Acts of the Apostles DE

NT5307 DE
3 credits

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Romans

NT5308

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Luke-Acts

NT5309

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Hebrews: These Last Days

NT5310

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Discerning the Times: Studies in the Book of Revelation

NT5311

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Introduction
General Letters

NT5313
3 credits | Prerequisites: none

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Studies in Paul’s Letters

NT5316

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Studies in Paul’s Letters DE

NT5316 DE

Johannine Literature

NT5318
3 credits | Prerequisites: none

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Pentecostal Theology of Luke & Paul

NT6301

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New Testament Reading Course

NT6410

Counselling & Psychology

Counselling Theory & Techniques

Professional – CP5100
3 credits

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Human Growth & Development

CP5102
3 credits

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Marriage and Family Counselling

CP5103
3 credits

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Integration of Theology & Counselling

CP5105
3 credits

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Addictions Counselling

CP5108
3 credits

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Crisis, Trauma & Grief Counselling

CP5113
3 credits

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Psychopathology / Recognizing Common Mental Health Disorders

Professional – CP5202
3 credits

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Group Dynamics & Counselling

Professional – CP5211
3 credits

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Ethical & Legal Issues in Counselling

CP5111
3 credits

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Pastoral Care & Counselling

CP5214
3 credits | Prerequisites: P221

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Counselling Skills Lab 3

CP6510
3 credits

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Counselling Practicum I 4

CP7501
3 credits
| Prerequisites: CP5100, CP5111, & CP6510

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Counselling Practicum II 4

CP7502
3 credits
| Prerequisites: CP5100, CP5111, CP6510, & CP7501

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Educational Ministries

Principles of Teaching & Learning

EM5103
3 credits | Prerequisites: none

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Trends & Problems in Children’s & Youth Ministry

EM5108
3 credits

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Global Studies

Strangers & Neighbours: Diaspora Mission among Immigrants & Refugees

GS5112
3 credits | Prerequisites: none

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Leadership Studies

Effective Communication in Leadership
Preparing Sermons that Connect

LS6100
3 credits

Introduction
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Communicating God’s Word

LS5101
3 credits

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Contemporary Approaches to Leadership & Management DE

LS5105 DE
3 credits

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A Biblical Theology of Leadership 3

LS5103
3 credits

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Contemporary Approaches to Leadership & Management

LS5105
3 credits

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Foundations of Leadership

LS5100
3 credits | Prerequisites: none

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Managing Change, Transitions, Conflict & Power

LS5112

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Rural Church Leadership

LS5120
3 credits | Prerequisites: none

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Creating & Sustaining Effective Teams

LS5114
3 credits

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Creating & Sustaining Effective Teams (Winnipeg)

LS5114
3 credits

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Creating & Sustaining Effective Teams DE

LS5114 DE
3 credits

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Wise & Ethical Leadership

LS5102

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Vision, Strategy, Execution & Assessment

LS5104

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Vision, Strategy, Execution & Assessment DE

LS5104 DE

3 credits

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Spiritual Formation of Leaders

LS5109

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Coaching, Mentoring and Discipleship Strategies

LS5115
3 credits | Prerequisites: none

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Leadership Coaching Toward Personal & Organizational Wholeness

LS6200

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Leadership Studies Reading Course

LS6410

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Capstone Project

LS7200

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Ministry Leadership Practicum 1 and 2 4

LS7401-LS7402
3 credits each

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Pastoral Studies

Pentecostal Perspectives on Preaching

PS5105

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Pentecostal Perspectives on Preaching DE

PS5105 DE

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Pentecostal/Charismatic Spirituality

PS5107
3 credits | Prerequisites: none

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Pentecostal/Charismatic Spirituality DE

PS5107 DE
3 credits | Prerequisites: none

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Pastoral Theology – Pentecostal Perspectives

PS6103
3 credits

Pastoral Theology – Pentecostal Perspectives DE

PS6103 DE
3 credits

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Pastoral Studies Reading Course

PS6410

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Theological Studies

Women & Vocation

BI / TS – 5110

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Introduction
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Introduction to Pentecostal Theology

TS5106

Introduction to Pentecostal Theology DE

TS5106 DE
3 credits

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Origins & Development of Global Pentecostalism DE

TS5107 DE

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Theology of Biblical Worship

TS5108 / PS5108
3 credits

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Theological Foundations 2

BI / TS – TS5201
3 credits

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Theological Foundations DE

BI / TS – TS5201 DE
3 credits

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Themes in Theology:
Jesus the Savior DE

TS6203 DE
3 credits

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Special Studies in Theology

TS6209

3 credits

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The Person & Work of the Holy Spirit

TS6205
3 credits

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Survey of Church History

TS5101
3 credits

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Survey of Church History DE

TS5101 DE
3 credits

Course Delivery

Horizon delivers courses to you in a variety of ways:

1-Week Modules

Modules allow you to take the classroom portion of an entire course in only 5 days. Following the module, you have six weeks to complete assignments and coursework. This is a great option if you only have limited time to study!

6-Week Terms

Term courses run 90 minutes/day, Monday-Thursday, for 5 weeks. The 6th week is set aside for you to complete any revisions to assignments so they can meet competency. This style is great if you work and can be excused for a couple hours a day to study!

4-Month Semesters

Semester courses meet twice per week over a 4-month semester (September-December or January-April). These courses typically meet for 90 minute blocks on Mondays and Wednesdays, though we occasionally run weekly evening courses in 3-hour blocks.

Live-Stream Video

You can join many of Horizon’s courses from anywhere in the world by live stream over the internet. This is ideal if you want to study at Horizon from a distance. There are some limitations, and live streaming requires you to have adequate internet on your end. Ask our registrar’s office if you see something you’d like to take! registrar@horizon.edu

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Video on Demand (VOD)

If you can’t join when a class is running live, many courses have lectures captured daily and uploaded to our video site. VOD students will engage with all of the recordings within specified time-frames to keep pace with the in-class students. Check with our registrar’s office if you see something you’d like to take! registrar@horizon.edu

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Directed Study

If onsite, live stream, or recorded courses aren’t options for you, Horizon faculty are often able to work with you to customize a course into a one-on-one learning experience. Often these opportunities come from direct conversation with the faculty, but you can also check for options with our registrar. registrar@horizon.edu

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