Short Terms

What is a Short Term?

  • Basically, a week of intensive study on campus which is prefaced by reading and pre-class assignments as well as papers or projects which are due following the on campus segment
  • Typically, a short term course is equivalent to 3 credit hours
  • Open to all students who wish to earn graduate school credit (non-matriculated students can submit a Guest Application to take for credit)
  • Prerequisites may be required for some courses
  • Any non-matriculated student may apply to audit for personal growth and training

Short Terms are an excellent way to try out UGST! You may take the class for ministry enhancement or use the course as a springboard for further study. For more information, call the school at (314) 921-9290 or email Rhonda Morley ([email protected]) in Admissions.

FAQ for Short-Term Courses

2017 Short Terms

January 9-13, 2017

  • HT601 Modern Pentecostal Movements (R. Johnston)
  • PT502 Mission of the Church (J. Littles, Jr)

January 16-20, 2017

  • PT628 Counseling in the Church: Intrapersonal Dynamics (C. Miller)

February 3-5, 2017

  • BI520 Biblical Interpretation (D. Norris)
    • Course duration: November 28th – March 10th
    • Meets on campus: February 3rd – 5th

March 13-17, 2017

  • PT622 Pastoral Counseling (C. Miller)
    • Course duration: January 9th – April 21st
    • Meets on campus: March 13th – 17th

June 5-9, 2017

  • MS601 Mission of God in Biblical, Contemporary, & Intercultural Contexts (J. Peyton)
    • Course duration: March 27th – July 7th
    • Meets on campus: June 5th – 9th

June 12-16, 2017

  • PT626 Pastoral Counseling for Couples in Crisis (C. Miller)
    • Course duration: April 3rd – July 14th
    • Meets on campus: June 12th – 16th

June 19-23, 2017

  • HT501 Early Christian History (R. Johnston)
    • Course duration: April 10th – July 21
    • Meets on campus: June 19th – 23rd