Seminary Catalogs

Release at the end of July 2020.

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As released 26 November 2019.  Still possibly subject to corrections as needed.

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Last Updated 28 February 2019.

Catalog Supplement - Specifically for New Students Beginning Fall 2019.  This particular version of the supplement may receive further minor edits, although the primary information should not be changing. 

[Current students should continue to refer to the catalog published when they began as students, either the 2017-2019, 2016-2017 Supplement, or 2015-2017 catalogs.]

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Describing the revised Master of Divinity and MA in Diaconal Ministry degree programs for new students starting Fall 2016.

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Student Handbooks & Guidebooks

Admissions/Student Services Office Forms

Return to the Office for Admissions and Student Services after getting all signatures.

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Registrar Office Forms & Documents

Use this form after registration has closed (for example, at the end of the semester) to request a course extension or for a late course withdrawal.  There is a separate, simpler form to drop courses before the add/drop date.

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This form is to be used by MDiv students who have elected to complete a thesis (6 credits) in their final semester. Use this form to define the thesis.

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This form is to be used to define the final project with the newer Master of Arts degrees (Fall 2019 and later), where the capstone project is 3 credits.

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MA in Diaconal Ministry students should use this form to describe their final Diaconal Ministry project.

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For degree students - Used to declare your intent to complete a Concentration in conjunction with your degree program. Secure all needed signatures and return to the Registrar's office.

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Advisor/advisee list, updated through 31 January 2020.

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January Interim 2021

Here is the 1st "Virtual Edition" of the J-Term 2021 Catalog.

Updates will be provided as further information on course opportunities become known.

Submit your J-Term preferences using this web form on the MyWTS:   https://mywts.wartburgseminary.edu/ICS/Student/J-Term_Preference_Form.jnz

 

Last Updated 16 September 2020

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Fall Semester 2020

Updated 9 July 2020, changing the name of the worship course.

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Courses for 1st-Year MA in Diaconal Ministry students only, showing expected courses for students beginning Fall 2020 and including the rescheduling of the MN 157W seminar.

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Updated 7 July 2020, adding the Year 4 CL special alternative BI 381W.

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Spring Semester 2020

Revised 14 February 2020, moving IN 252W to a different classroom.

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As of 15 November 2019. Still subject to change. PLEASE NOTE PARTICULAR INSTRUCTIONS ON SEVERAL COURSES (e.g., HT 140W and MN 230W, to name two).

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January Interim 2020

Information on the J-Term 2020 opportunities.  Last updated through 22 October 2019, noting courses that are full and adding a second asynchronous course option.

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Students canuse this form "fillable" Adobe PDF form to indicate to the Registrar your desired choices for your J-term course(s) in ranked-order of preference.  Return this form to Kevin Anderson, Registrar, as soon as you can, either in person or by e-mail (to registrar@wartburgseminary.edu).

Or you can now submit your preferences using the MyWTS form directly found here:

 
Or found on the Student tab, and then selecting from the left-hand column of page options (which you may have to expose, depending on what browser device you are using, by clicking on the large blue-and-white ">" symbol at or near the lower left corner of your display), and then scrolling down until you find "J-Term Preference Form".  You do need to be logged into the MyWTS web portal to submit a preference form by this newer method.
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Fall Semester 2019

As updated through 28 August 2019.  For the detailed breakdown of the schedule, and other information about Prolog Week, see the August 28 e-mail sent out by the Office of Admissions and Student Services (under the e-mail address of Lily Reed) to Everyone-DL.

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Draft. Replaced 10 April 2019 to add explanation of MN 250W no longer being taught as reason for three elective credits being required. Still subject to change.

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Draft. Replaced 10 April 2019 to add explanation of MN 250W no longer being taught as reason for three elective credits being required. Still subject to change.

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Expected courses for Fall Semester 2019 as of 11 April 2019.  Subject to further adjustments.

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