Summer School Session

Summer School Session

The Emory Course of Study Summer School Session meets at Candler School of Theology on Emory University's campus and is open to both part-time and full-time local pastors. 

  • The 2018 Course of Study Summer Session will meet July 9-27, 2018. 
  • Courses meet Monday-Friday. No classes or activities are scheduled on Saturdays and Sundays (with the exception of July 7-8 for orientation and check-in).
  • Registration will open on September 15, 2017 and close on March 31, 2018.

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?  Click here to see the 2018 Summer School session costs.

WHAT TO REGISTER FOR: Students should register and complete classes in order, beginning with the 100-level classes. If you are not sure about the courses you need to take, please review the COS Course Checklist or call Amy Walker in the COS Office at 404.727.4587.

HOW TO REGISTER:  Click here to access the online registration form.

BEFORE CLASSES BEGIN:  As the class syllabi are posted, you will be able to click on the class name below to download its pre-class work. If you are unable to click on a class name, it means the syllabus for that class is not yet ready.

classes meet
Monday-Friday
Session ASession B
AM Classes123 Formation & Discipleship

121 Bible I: Introduction
 

PM Classes122 Theological Heritage I: Introduction124 Transformative Leadership
classes meet
Monday-Friday
Session ASession B
AM Classes224 Administration and Polity221 Bible II: Torah & Israel's History
PM Classes222 Theological Heritage II: Early Church223 Worship & Sacraments

 

classes meet
Monday-Friday
Session ASession B
AM Classes323 Congregational Care321 Bible III: Gospels
PM Classes322 Theological Heritage III:
Medieval/Reformation

324 Preaching
(contact Amy Walker for syllabus)

classes meet
Monday-Friday
Session ASession B
AM Classes423Mission
421 Bible IV: Prophets, Psalms, & Wisdom Literature 
PM Classes

422 Theological Heritage IV; Wesleyan Movement

424 Ethics
classes meet
Monday-Friday
Session ASession B
AM Classes
523 Evangelism
PM Classes
522 Theology in the Contemporary Church
524 Theological Reflection: Practice of Ministry

 

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"COS has been a wonderful experience. The teaching is exceptional and so are the students and staff. The connections and networking with other pastors is invaluable. I told the congregation last year, 'Although it is hard to be away from family and church family for four weeks, it is never a waste of my time.' "
-Ann Hatcher, Tennessee Conference