Courses

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. Another option if you work and can be excused for a couple hours of study a few times per week!

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

Recorded Video

We’ve made several Horizon courses available by video, enabling you to take courses even if you can’t live stream or join live when a course is running on campus. Check with our registrar’s office if you see something you’d like to take! registrar@horizon.edu

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

Seminary Course Schedule

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Biblical Interpretation

Interpreting God’s Word

BI5101

Syllabus
Women & Vocation

BI5110

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Old Testament

Intro to the Old Testament

OT5300
3 credits

Syllabus
Pentateuch

OT5301
Prerequisites: none

Syllabus
The Historical Books

OT5302
3 credits | Prerequisites: none

Syllabus
The Prophetic Books

OT5311
3 credits | Prerequisites: none

Syllabus
Special Studies in the Old Testament

OT6320

Syllabus
Old Testament Reading Course

OT6410

Syllabus

New Testament

Introductory Greek I

NT5101

Syllabus
Introductory Greek II

NT5102

Syllabus
Intro to the New Testament

NT5201

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

NT5202
3 credits

Syllabus
Luke-Acts

NT5309

Syllabus
Hebrews: These Last Days

NT5310

Syllabus
Revelation: New Testament Apocalyptic

NT5311

Syllabus
General Letters

NT5313
3 credits | Prerequisites: none

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Paul’s Letters

NT5316

Syllabus
Special Studies in the New Testament

NT5320

Syllabus
Pentecostal Theology of Luke & Paul

NT6301

Syllabus
New Testament Reading Course

NT6410

Syllabus

Theological Studies

Survey of Church History

TS5101
3 credits | Prerequisites: none

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Introduction to Pentecostal Theology

TS5106

Syllabus
Origins & Development of Global Pentecostalism

TS5107

Syllabus
Theology of Biblical Worship

TS5108 / PS5108
3 credits

Syllabus
Women & Vocation

TS5110

Syllabus
Theological Foundations

TS5201
3 credits

Syllabus
Themes in Theology:
Jesus the Savior

TS6203
3 credits

Syllabus
Special Studies in Theology

TS6209

Syllabus
Theological Studies Reading Course

TS6410

Syllabus
Capstone Project

TS7200

Syllabus

Pastoral Studies

Preaching-Pentecostal Perspectives

PS5105

Syllabus
Pentecostal/Charismatic Spirituality

PS5107
3 credits | Prerequisites: none

Syllabus
Pastoral Theology – Pentecostal Perspectives

PS6103
3 credits

Syllabus
Pastoral Studies Reading Course

PS6410

Syllabus
Theology of Biblical Worship

TS5108 / PS5108
3 credits

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Educational Ministries

Principles of Teaching & Learning

EM5103
3 credits | Prerequisites: none

Syllabus
Trends & Problems in Children’s & Youth Ministry

EM5108
3 credits

Syllabus

Leadership Studies

Communicating God’s Word

LS5100

Syllabus
A Biblical Theology & Hermeneutic of Leadership

LS5103
3 credits | Prerequisites: none

Syllabus
Vision, Strategy, Execution & Assessment

LS5104

Syllabus
Contemporary Approaches to Leadership & Administration

LS5105
3 credits

Syllabus
Ethics & Morality of Leadership

LS5102
3 credits

Syllabus
Wise & Ethical Leadership

LS5110

Syllabus
Managing Change, Transitions, Conflict & Power

LS5112

Syllabus
Creating & Sustaining Effective Teams

LS5114
3 credits

Syllabus
Coaching & Mentoring Strategies

LS5115
3 credits | Prerequisites: none

Syllabus
Effective Communication in Leadership

LS6100

Syllabus
Leadership Studies Reading Course

LS6410

Syllabus
Capstone Project

LS7200

Syllabus
Supervised Ministry Apprenticeship

LS7501
3 credits

Syllabus
Supervised Ministry Apprenticeship

LS7502
3 credits

Syllabus
Leadership Applied Focus Practicum 1 and 2

3 credits each

Syllabus

Global Studies

Strangers & Neighbours: Diaspora Mission among Immigrants & Refugees

GS5112
3 credits | Prerequisites: none

Syllabus

Counseling & Psychology

Human Development

CP5102
3 credits

Syllabus
Crisis & Trauma Counseling

CP5113
3 credits

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Congregational Care & Counseling

CP5214
3 credits | Prerequisites: none

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