COS Classes (Emory campus)

COS Classes (Emory campus)

WHO MAY ATTEND CLASSES AT EMORY'S COURSE OF STUDY SCHOOL?
Any Licensed Local Pastor in the United Methodist Church who is under appointment.

HOW MUCH DO CLASSES COST?

  • $100 - Registration Fee (per class; due at time of registration; non-refundable)
  • $300 - Tuition (per class)

HOW MANY CLASSES MAY I TAKE?
You may take up to two classes per semester. 

HOW DO I REGISTER?
Click on the session you're interested in attending. When registration opens, click on the class you want to take and fill out the form. You can not click on a class until registration opens.

WINTER SEMESTER

SEMESTER FORMAT:  this semester will be fully online (no residential component)

REGISTRATION DATES
November 1 at 8am EDT - registration opens
December 15 at 5pm EDT - registration closes

SEMESTER DATES
January 2 - classes begin
March 24 - classes end

REGISTRATION LINK:  Click here to register for the Winter Semester

 

WINTER CLASSES
Students may take a maximum of 2 classes each semester

COS 121 - Bible I: Introduction
COS 122 - Theological Heritage I: Introduction
COS 123 - Formation & Discipleship
COS 222 - Theological Heritage II: Early Church
COS 223 - Worship & Sacraments - this class is full
COS 321 - Bible III: Gospels - this class is full
COS 323 - Congregational Care
COS 422 - Theological Heritage IV: Wesleyan Movement
COS 423 - Mission
COS 522 - Theology in the Contemporary Church
COS 523 - Evangelism

This is the final list of classes being offered
during the 2023 Winter Semester.

SPRING SEMESTER

 

SEMESTER FORMAT:  this semester will be fully online (no residential component)

REGISTRATION DATES
January 15 at 8am EDT - registration opens
March 1 at 5pm EDT - registration closes

SEMESTER DATES

  

CLASSES TO BE OFFERED
Students may take a maximum of 2 classeseach semester

COS 122 - Theological Heritage I: Introduction
COS 124 - Transformative Leadership
COS 222 - Theological Heritage II: Early Church
COS 322 - Theological Heritage III: Medieval through Reformation
COS 324 - Preaching
COS 522 - Theology in the Contemporary Church

 

More classes will be added as teachers are confirmed. The list will be finalized by January 15 when registration opens.

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"I learned so much just in my first year of COS that helped me become a better pastor; in particular, the course in pastoral care helped me in my work with the elderly and sick."
-Becky Forrest, South Carolina Conference