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Grad Courses Taken at Brite Divinity School at TCU

  • HEBI 60003 Interpreting the Hebrew Bible and Apocrypha

  • CHHI 60013 History of Christianity: Early to Medieval

  • NETE 60003 Interpreting the New Testament

  • CHHI History of Christianity II: Reformation to Modern

  • NETE 65013 Exegesis in the Gospels and Acts: Acts

  • RECU 70970 Special Topics in Religion and Culture: Theological Anthropology from a Black Perspective

  • RECU 60023 Christian Theology of Religions

  • CHET 70970 Special Topics in Christian Ethics: Kierkegaard and Moral Philosophy

  • CHHI 70023 Church in the Midst of Pluralism: History of Christianity in East Asia

  • NETE 70013 Basics in Biblical Greek

  • MTS Colloquium: Advanced Theological Research and Writing 

  • CHTH 60003 Introduction to Christian Theology I

  • CHTH 70970 Special Topics in Christian Thought: Theology and Politics

  • NETE 75013 Biblical Greek II

  • CHTH 65003 Introduction to Christian Theology II

  • RECU 70970 Special Topics in Religion and Culture: Christian Social Ethics

  • BRLN 90000 Theological Language: German

  • CHET 90970 Special Topics in Christian Ethics: Theology and Human Rights

  • CHHI 95033 Seminar in History and Hermeneutics

  • CHTH 90970 Special Topics in Christian Thought: Womanist Theology and Ethics

  • CHTH 95053 Main Themes in History of Christian Doctrine: Christ and Salvation

  • CHTH 90970 Special Topics in Christian Thought: Reformed Theology

  • RECU 90970 Special Topics in Religion and Culture: Global Theologies of Women of Color

  • BRLN 90000 Theological Language: French

  • RECU 70970 Special Topics in Religion and Culture: Church, Bible, and HIV/AIDS Pandemic

 

Grad Courses Taken at University of North Texas

  • EDHE 6640 Adult Learning

  • EDHE 5100 Effective College Teaching

  • EPSY 5250 Grant Writing

  • ENGL 5410 Studies in the British Renaissance: Literature and Selfhood in Renaissance

  • ENGL 5400 Studies in Shakespeare: The Tragedies

  • ENGL 5810 Survey in Critical Theory

  • ENGL 5750 Bibliography and Historical Method

  • ENGL 5310 Studies in Rhetorical Theory: Rhetorics of American Feminism

  • ENGL 5400 Studies in Shakespeare: Shakespeare’s Sonnets

  • ENGL 6500 Seminar in American Literature and Culture to 1865: 19th Century Poetry

  • ENGL 5410 Studies in the British Renaissance: Literatures and Cultures of the 17th Century

  • ENGL 5400 Studies in Shakespeare: The Comedies

  • ENGL 5760 Scholarly and Critical Writing

  • PHIL 5100 Ancient Philosophy

  • PHIL 6760 Topics in Environmental Philosophy: Sustainability

  • PHIL 6960 Asian Philosophies

Grad Courses Taken at the University of Texas at Arlington

  • EDUC 5310 Diverse Populations in Today’s Schools

  • EDUC 5329 Classroom Management and Discipline

  • LIST 5345 Content Area Reading and Writing

  • LIST 5361 Language Learning: Educational Perspective

  • EDUC 5394 Understanding Classroom Research

  • LIST 5362 Literacy Instruction ESL/BIL Setting

  • LIST 5346 Teaching the Writing Process

  • EDUC 5395 Designing Classroom Research

  • EDUC 5305 Curriculum Design, Implementation, and Evaluation

  • EDUC 5309 Advanced Instructional Strategies

  • LIST 5354 Multicultural Literature

  • EDUC 5397 Implementation/Dissemination of Classroom Research

  • LIST 5350 Literacy Assessment

  • LIST 5373 Foundations of Literacy Learning in EC-6

  • LIST 5316 Literacy Practicum I

  • LIST 5326 Pre-Adolescent/Adolescent Literacy

  • LIST 5317 Literacy Practicum II

  • EDAD 5365 Leading Learning Organizations

  • ENGL 5389 Topics in Teaching Composition: Teaching Technical Communication

  • ENGL 6340 Metacritical Theory: Heidegger, Foucault, and Derrida

  • ENGL 5360 Contemporary Critical Theory: Donald Davidson and Analytic Philosophy

  • ENGL 5360 Contemporary Critical Theory: Psychoanalysis and Film

  • ENGL 5359 Argumentation Theory

  • ENGL 6340 Metacritical Theory: The Posthuman

  • ENGL 5300 Theory and Practice

  • ENGL 5311 Foundations of Rhetoric and Composition

  • ENGL 5810 Textual Theories of Culture

  • ENGL 5360 Contemporary Critical Theory: Hermeneutics

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