New Student Registration Form - Masters Level


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Spring 2014

Registration Instructions:

  1. Review the 5.2.1.a Annual Notification of Rights under FERPA information.
  2. All new M.Div., M.A.R., M.A.C., and M.A.U.M. students are required to take the English Bible Assessment (EBA) prior to their registration appointment. The EBA will be available online (via Kees) from January 2nd through 10pm on January 30th. 
  3. Review the Degree Completion Worksheet for your degree program and the Degree Requirements and Sample Schedules for your program (available in the online catalog) to determine which course(s) you need to take. Please note: The WTS sample schedules place the courses in proper order, according to the term offered and the prerequisites needed. Students should consult their advisor and the Registrar's Office before deviating from these sample schedules.
  4. Submit this completed form, filling out all sections, to the Registrar's Office, during your registration appointment.

Section 1

Full Name: _______________________________________________  Student ID:________________________

Full Mailing Address: __________________________________________________________________________

Program:__________________________________  Emphasis: ________________________________________

WTS Email:**_____________________@student.wts.edu   Phone (primary contact):_______________________

** ALL EMAILS FROM THE REGISTRAR'S OFFICE WILL BE SENT TO YOUR WTS EMAIL ADDRESS**

Section 2:  English Bible Assessment:   I have completed the English Bible Assessment test:  Yes _____  No _____

Section 3:  Financial/VISA Information: (Please check all that apply.)

  • I have been awarded a Westminster Scholarship: yes ____   no ____
  • I am a J/F VISA student (Please see Note 2 below): yes ____   no ____
  • I have applied/will apply for a loan for the upcoming semester: yes ____   no ____


Section 4 - Expected Graduation Year
I expect to study…

                Full-time, completing my degree in May, 2015 (MAC/MAUM-1 1/2 yrs)

            □ Full-time, completing my degree in May, 2016 (MAR-2 1/2 yrs)

                Full-time, completing my degree in May, 2017 (MDiv-3 1/2 yrs)

                Full-time, completing my degree in May, 2018 (MDiv-4 1/2 yrs)

                Part-time, completing my degree in May, 20____

                   (Per the catalog, maximum length for MDiv, MAR & MAC/MAUM programs is 10 years.)

Section 5 - Spring 2014 Courses (please see Section 6 notes)

M.Div./M.A./M.A.R./Cert/Special

Updated May 14th, 2014

CS #COURSE NAMECRTIMEDAYRM#PROFESSOR
AP 101Introduction to Apologetics3   Oliphint
AP 213Principles of Christian Apologetics38:30-10:25 am
8:30-9:25 am
M
Th
3
Oliphint
AP 441The Apologetics of Cornelius Van Til211:05-1:00 pmTCraigOliphint
CH 223The Medieval Church24:05-6:00 pmM3Holloway
CH 643Studies in Old Princeton Theology211:05-1:00 pmThYoungAubert
NT 013aNew Testament Greek 3a32:05-4:00 pm
2:05-3:00 pm
M
Th
2
Dudreck
NT 013aa S1New Testament Greek 3aa42:05-4:00 pmT Th1Beale/Goodman
NT 013aa S2New Testament Greek 3aa42:05-4:00 pmT Th5Szerlip
NT 013aa S3New Testament Greek 3aa42:05-4:00 pmT Th4Beale/Istrate
NT 103General Intro to the N.T. II111:05-1:00 pmF3Beale
NT 123Biblical Hermeneutics: Old & New Testmnt48:30-10:25 amW F3Poythress
NT 133Biblical Theology II36:05-9:00 pmT1Keene
NT 143New Testament for Ministry32:05-5:00 pmW2Crowe
NT 223NT Interp. Acts & the Paul Epist411:05-1:00 pm
2:05-4:00 pm
M
W
3
Beale
NT 412The Gospel of Matthew28:30-10:25 amTYoungCrowe
NT 553Miracles & Miraculous Gifts24:05-6:00 pmTh5Poythress
OT 012Biblical Hebrew 2a311:05-12:00 pm
12:05-1:00 pm
2:05-4:00 pm
M
W
F
5

Groves

OT 013Biblical Hebrew 3a311:05-12:00 pm
12:05-1:00 pm
9:30-10:25 am
M
W
Th
2

Fantuzzo

OT 113Old Testament Introduction312:05-1:00 pm
11:05-1:00 pm
M
Th
1
3
Fantuzzo
OT 223O.T. History & Theology II39:30-10:25 am
11:05-1:00 pm
W
F
1
Fantuzzo
OT 323Poetry & Wisdom211:05-1:00 pmT1Green
PT 013PEnglish Bible Survey 12:00-12:00 amSEE BELOW4Jue
PT 021P-2 S1Ment. Min. Integration Seminar 1:05-2:00 pmTYoungWitmer
PT 021P-2 S2Ment. Min. Integration Seminar 12:05-1:00 pmWYoungWitmer
PT 021P-2 S3Ment. Min. Integration Seminar 1:05-2:00 pmWYoungWitmer
PT 021P-2 S4Ment. Min. Integration Seminar 1:05-2:00 pmThYoungWitmer
PT 031PAdvanced Theological Writing I 12:00-12:05 pmDistanceEd Altena
PT 033PAdvanced Theological Writing II 4:05-6:00 pmT2Altena
PT 033PAdvanced Theological Writing II    Altena
PT 123 S1Gospel Communication211:05-1:00 pmT3Witmer
PT 123 S2Gospel Communication26:05-8:00 pmThCraigWitmer
PT 173Biblical Interpretation35:00-5:00 pmHybrid3Bernhardt/Emlet
PT 243Preparing for Licensure & Ordination15:05-6:00 pmTh4Hobaugh
PT 343Mission of the Church28:30-10:25 amW5Sarracino
PT 353Sermon Delivery211:05-1:00 pmTh5Estes
PTC 178Helping Relationships32:05-5:00 pmWRustWelch
PTC 243Theology & Secular Psychology32:05-5:00 pmThRustPowlison
PTC 303Counseling Problems & Procedures36:05-9:00 pmTh2Welch
PTC 358Coun. Children & Adolescents32:05-5:00 pmT3Lowe
PTC 371P-2 S1Counseling Observation22:05-4:00 pmMCCEFEmlet
PTC 371P-2 S2Counseling Observation25:05-7:00 pmMCCEFSmith
PTC 522Counseling in the Local Church26:05-8:00 pmT3Emlet
PTC 673Case Study Seminar211:05-1:00 pmT5Andrews
PTM 143Contextual Theology28:30-10:25 amM6/DillardMcDowell
PTM 163Church Growth & Church Planting24:05-6:00 pmTCraigFinn
PTM 373Missions & Mercy Ministries22:05-4:00 pmW4Sarracino
PTM 671-4Urban Mission Seminar11:05-2:00 pmThYoungWitmer
ST 113Doctrine of God28:30-10:25 amTRustOliphint
ST 223Doctrine of Christ312:05-1:00 pm
11:05-1:00 pm
W
Th
1
Tipton
ST 313Doctrine of Salvation44:05-6:00 pm
2:05-4:00 pm
W
F
1
Tipton
ST 333Christian Ethics22:05-4:00 pmTRustGarner
ST 503The Theology of Karl Barth28:30-10:25 amTh1Tipton
ST 621The Theology of Adoption28:30-10:25 amTCraigGarner
SUM EVALSummative Evaluation Experience112:00-12:05 amSEE BELOW Cordner

Additional Course Schedule Details:

NT 013aa S1 and S3 will combine in the middle of the semester. The combined course will be taught by Dr. Beale and will meet in Room 1.

NT 103 - General Introduction to the New Testament II will be held for only the first half of the semester.

PT 013P - English Bible Survey will be conducted as an independent study and is open only to graduating students who take and do not pass the Jan. 30, 2014 English Bible Exam

PT 173 Biblical Interpretation will convene its mandatory on-campus sessions on the following dates:
   February 28: 5pm - 9pm; March 1: 9am - 5pm

   March 28: 5pm - 9pm; March 29: 9am - 5pm

PTC 371 - Counseling Observation. Please note that section one of PTC 371P (S1) with Mike Emlet will be video recorded. Students who are registering for this section will be required to submit a signed disclosure form.

PTC 522 - Counseling in the Local Church will be taught by Mike Emlet along with other CCEF faculty.

PTM 671-4 - Urban Mission Seminar will be held in conjunction with PT 021 P-2 (S4) on Thursdays from 1:05pm - 2:00pm to form a Mentored Ministry Integration Seminar with an emphasis on urban mission.

SUM EVAL - Summative Evaluation Experience:  March 13 & 14


Section 6 - Student Privacy Rights Notice
:   

I have read the Annual Notification of Privacy Rights under FERPA.   Yes _____     No _____

I am submitting a Request to Withhold Directory Information.            Yes _____     No _____

Section 7 - Advisor Information:

Advisor Name: ______________________________________________  Appt (Date/Time): _______________


Student's Signature: __________________________________________  Date:____________________

 Notes:

  1. Check all course descriptions for limitations.
  2. Per catalog Section 5.1.2, students on a J or F VISA must study on a full-time basis (12 or more credits in both the fall and winter/spring semesters), with the maximum number of semesters of study per degree as follows: MAC/MAUM - 4, MAR – 6; MDiv - 8.


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