This Week: February 4 – 8February 4, 2013
Looking Ahead to Summer School 2013
This summer the School of Divinity will offer an online Introductory Biblical Hebrew course. This is an intensive summer course, equivalent to a full academic year (two semesters, six credit hours) of study, intended to provide students with the basic fundamentals necessary to engage the text of the Hebrew Bible (= Old Testament) in the original language for the purposes of study, research, and ministry. The course will be taught by Professor Clinton Moyer. Summer School registration begins Monday, March 18.
|Summer School Schedule|
|May 29||First Summer Session Begins|
|July 3||First Summer Session Ends|
|July 8||Second Summer Session Begins|
|August 10||Second Summer Session Ends|
Additional details about the summer Hebrew course will be available in the coming weeks. Make plans now to participate in this summer online course offering.
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Blessings on the week ahead,
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
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by Mark Batten, School of Divinity, Communications
Stacy Jones, School of Law, Communications and Public Relations