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750 W. Streetsboro Street, Hudson, OH 44236

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Tina Lichty

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  • Course Rotation

     Year A:

    OT 5100 English Bible: OT Book 3 hours
    NT 5100 English Bible: NT Book 3 hours
    ST 5101 Introduction to Theology 3 hours
    ST 5102 Christ, Man, Sin and Salvation 3 hours
    PT 5000 Personal Assessment/Min. Orientation 1 hours
    PT 6000 Spiritual Formation 3 hours
    PT 6000 Pastoral Functions 3 hours
    ME 6963 Principles of Discipleship 3 hours
    EM 6000 Instructional Methodology 3 hours
    HM 5000 Philosophy and Methodology of Biblical Preaching 2 hours

    Year B:

    CH 5010 History of the Church 4 hours
    OT 5000 Introduction to Old Testament 4 hours
    NT 5000 Introduction to New Testament 4 hours
    ST 5103 Holy Spirit, Church and Last Things 3 hours
    CH 5010 History of the Church 4 hours
    PT 5000 Personal Assessment/Min. Orientation 1 hours
    ME 5001/ME 5000 Foundations of Evangelism (or) Foundations of Missions 2 hours
    EM 6000 Organization and Administration 3 hours
    ST 7395/NT 6000 Hermeneutics (or) Biblical Interpretation and Hermeneutics 3 hours
  • Course Schedule

    Hover over each course title to find the dates and times for which these courses will be offered.

    Fall COURSE OFFERINGS | 2017

    CH 5010 History of Christianity

    CH 5010 History of Christianity

    Professor: Alice Ott
    Dates: Fri-Sat Aug 25-26, Sept 15-16, Oct 13-14, Nov 3-4, and Dec 1-2, 2017
    Times: Fridays 7:30-9:30pm; Saturdays 8:30am-4:30pm

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    4 hours
    ME 5001 Foundations of Evangelism

    ME 5001 Foundations of Evangelism

    Professor: Jay Halley
    Dates: Monday Sept 11 – Nov 13, 2017
    Times: Mondays 5:30-8:30pm

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    2 hours
    ST 5101 Theology I: Intro to Theology

    ST 5101 Theology I: Intro to Theology

    Professor: Henry Knapp
    Dates: Fri-Sat Sept 29-30, Oct 27-28, Nov 17-18, and Dec 8-9, 2017
    Times: Fridays 7:00-9:30pm; Saturdays 8:30am-4:30pm

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    3 hours
    CO 7140 Crisis Counseling

    CO 7140 Crisis Counseling

    Professor: Don Lichi
    Dates: Thursday Sept 7 – Dec 21, 2017 (Nov 23rd off for Thanksgiving)
    Times: Thursdays 6:00-9:00pm

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    3 hours
    PT 5000 Personal Assessment/Min. Orientation

    PT 5000 Personal Assessment/Min. Orientation

    Professor: Phil Sell
    Dates: Fri-Sat Oct 20-21, 2017
    Times: Fridays 7:00-9:30pm; Saturdays 8:30am-4:30pm

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     1 hour

    SPRING COURSE OFFERINGS | 2018

    PT 7210 Pastoral Practices

    PT 7210 Pastoral Practices

    Professor: Jim Colledge
    Dates: Thursday Jan 11 – April 12; May 3, 2018
    Times: Thursdays 6:00-9:00pm

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    3 hours
    NT 6000 Biblical Interpretation and Hermeneutics

    NT 6000
    Biblical Interpretation and Hermeneutics

    Professor: Dan Ebert
    Dates: Fri-Sat Jan 19-20, Feb 16-17, Mar 23-24, and Apr 27-28, 2018
    Times: Fridays 7:00-9:30pm; Saturdays 8:30am-4:30pm

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    3 hours
    HM 5000 Theology and Methodology of Biblical Preaching

    HM 5000 Theology and Methodology of Biblical Preaching

    Professor: Dave McClellan
    Dates: Tuesday Jan 9, 16, & 30; Feb 6 & 27; Mar 13 & 20; Apr 3, 10 & 24, 2018
    Times: Tuesdays 6:00-9:05pm

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    2 hours
    NT 5100 Johanine Literature

    NT 5100 Johanine Literature

    Professor: David Sloan
    Dates: Fri-Sat Jan 12-13, Feb 9-10, Mar 9-10, Apr 13-14, 2018
    Times: Fridays 7:00-9:30pm; Saturdays 8:30am-4:30pm

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    3 hours
    ST 5102 Theology II: Christ, Man, Sin and Salvation

    ST 5102 NT 5100 Theology II: Christ, Man, Sin and Salvation

    Professor: Henry Knapp
    Dates: Fri-Sat Jan 26-27, Feb 23-24, Mar 16-17, & Apr 20-21, 2018 Times: Fridays 7:00-9:30pm; Saturdays 8:30am-4:30pm

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    3 hours


Tuition

Tuition for the 2017-2018 academic year is listed below; rates are effective beginning in the Fall 2017 semester. Complete payment for courses is expected before the first class meeting. Payment information and payment plan options are available at our Accounting page.

Tuition $450 / credit hour
Non-Credit $240 / per course

Course Enrollment

For Credit Seeking Students:  If you would like to enroll in a course at the Hudson extension site and you are a current Trinity student you may register for the course for credit by logging on to your myTIU account.

If you are a credit seeking student NEW to Trinity, you would:

  1. Fill out a Visiting Student Application below or apply to a Trinity program under “Admissions“.
  2. Send your transcripts* to:
    Trinity International University
    Admissions Operations
    2065 Half Day Road
    Deerfield, IL 60015
  3. You will receive instructions on how to register via myTIU from Admissions; however, if you have not received the instructions by the first night of class, please register by filling out the “Request for Registration”.

*We also accept electronic transcripts from secure, certified transcript deliver services. If your college or university uses such a service, please direct transcripts to: [email protected].

For Non-Credit Auditors: If you would like to audit a course at the Hudson extension site, and you have taken a class with Trinity before, complete the “Request for Registration”. If you have never audited or taken a class with Trinity before, you must also fill out the “Noncredit Visiting Student Application” before your registration can be processed by Records.

You will be notified by Records via email once your registration has been processed.

If you have any questions, please contact the Extension Office at:  (847) 317.6550.


Admissions Details

If you are looking to pursue a degree or certificate at TEDS, you will need to fill out one of the following admission applications:

Complete the For-Credit Visiting Student Application by creating an account and selecting “Visiting (Non-Degree Seeking)” as your application type. Also, please submit an official copy of your transcript verifying that you have earned a Bachelor’s degree with at least a 2.0 on a 4.0 scale.

If you have any questions about admission to TEDS, please contact our counselor Angela Walker, who will walk you through the steps for admission to your desired program.

Noncredit Visiting Student ApplicationFor-Credit Visiting Student Application Full Online Application


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