Timetable 2016

 

 Semester 1

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10:00 - 13:00

13:30 - 16:30

18:00 - 21:00

Monday
[3/D] H7231A  Byzantium: Resplendence and Twilight  (Koutsouras)

[P] C8546A Pastoral Counselling in Ministry (Galt)

[2/3] Byzantine Music: Modules 9 & 10 (Psilacos)

[1/D] B7120A Introduction to the Old Testament (Beirne)

[P] B8520A Introduction to the Old Testament (Beirne)

[P] H9631A Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Art and Architecture (Baghos)

Tuesday

[1] L7100A  Introduction to Christian Worship ( Bishop / Psilacos)

[3/D] P7277A Basic Unit of Clinical Pastoral Education 1 (Galt) 18cpts; 8:30am-3:30pm;
February 23 – March 22 (North Ryde); May 3 – June 28 (Lakemba) [continuing Semester 2]

[2/3] Pastoral Field Education 8:30am-12:00pm [May 10 – June 14] Lakemba

[1/D] A7120A  Introduction to New Testament Greek  (Fox)

[P] A8520A Introduction to New Testament Greek (Fox)

[P] T8581A Church Fathers: An Introduction (Costache)

[1] Byzantine Music: Modules 1 & 2 (Psilacos)

Wednesday
 
 
 
Modern Greek Advanced (Trifyllis) 5:30-7:30pm
 
[P] H8510A The Early Church (Baghos)
Thursday
[2/3/D] B7273A The Four Gospels (Beirne)
[Staff & Students] Common Meal 1:00-2:00pm
 
Modern Greek Beginners (Trifyllis) 2:30-4:30pm
[1/D] T7101A Introduction to Theology (Kariatlis)

[P] T8501A Introducing Theology (Kariatlis)

[P] T9683A Exploring the Philokalia (Costache)

Friday Special Events and Seminars
Distance Education (Online)
Undergraduate Units

A7120A Introduction to New Testament Greek (Fox)

B7120A Introduction to the Old Testament (Beirne) #

B7273A The Four Gospels (Beirne)

C7146A Introduction to Pastoral Counselling  (Galt) #

L7100A Introduction to Christian Worship (Psilacos) #

T7101A Introduction to Theology (Kariatlis) #

T7383A Later Byzantine Patristic Theology (Costache)

Postgraduate Units

A8520A Introduction to New Testament Greek (Fox)

B8520A Introduction to the Old Testament (Beirne) #

C8546A Pastoral Counselling in Ministry (Galt) #

H8510A The Early Church (Baghos)

H9631A Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Art and Architecture (Baghos)

L8510A Introduction to Christian Worship (Psilacos) #

T8501A Introducing Theology (Kariatlis) #

T8581A Church Fathers: An Introduction (Costache)

T9683A Exploring the Philokalia (Costache)

RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL PERIOD

Distance Education Students Only (for units marked by #)

7-9 MARCH 2016 (Monday to Wednesday)
 

Generic
Units   

Generic units such as a Research Project, Research Essay, and/or Independent Guided Study (etc.) may be made available upon request to students in the latter stages of their course of study (excluding DipChSt, GradCertA) after consultation with a potential Supervisor, the Academic Director and the Registrar.

Students interested in such units should contact the Registrar by 11 December.

[1/2/3] BTh year levels [D] Available for DipChSt [P] Postgraduate Unit * Requires attendance during Non-Teaching Period   

[Blue Text] These units are compulsory for BTh students [Purple Text] These sessions are compulsory for BTh students

[Red Text] These postgraduate units are expected to be accredited by the end of 2015

Whilst every effort is made to avoid changes to the published timetable, St Andrew’s reserves the right to amend the timetable without notice at any time.


 

 Semester 2

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10:00 - 13:00

13:30 - 16:30

18:00 - 21:00

Monday
 

[P] P8501A Introduction to Pastoral and Practical Theology (Galt)

[1/D] B7130A Introduction to the New Testament (Beirne)

[P] B8530A Introduction to the New Testament (Beirne)

H9632A Byzantine Hagiography (Baghos)

Tuesday
[3/D] P7277A Basic Unit of Clinical Pastoral Education 1 (Galt) 18cpts [continued from Semester 1] 8:30am-3:30pm
July 26 – November 8

[2/3] Pastoral Field Education 8:30am-12:00pm
[July 26 – November 8] Lakemba

[1/D] A7170A New Testament Greek (Fox)

[P] A8570A New Testament Greek (Fox)

[P] H8530A Byzantine Studies (Baghos)

[1] Byzantine Music: Modules 3 & 4 (Psilacos)

Wednesday
[2/3] Byzantine Music: Modules 7 & 8 (Psilacos) [1/D] T7281A Early Church Fathers (Costache)
Modern Greek Advanced (Trifyllis) 5:30-7:30pm
 
 
 
Thursday
[3] H7361A Modern Orthodox Christian History (Koutsouras)

[Staff & Students] Common Meal 1:00-2:00pm

Modern Greek Beginners (Trifyllis) 2:30-4:30pm

[2/3] T7217A The Church (Kariatlis)

 

Friday Special Events and Seminars
Distance Education
(Online)
Undergraduate Units

A7170A New Testament Greek (Fox)

B7130A Introduction to the New Testament (Beirne)

P7101A Introduction to Pastoral Theology and Ministry (Galt)

T7217A The Church (Kariatlis)

T7281A Early Church Fathers (Costache)

Postgraduate Units

A8570A New Testament Greek (Fox)

B8530A Introduction to the New Testament (Beirne)

B9657A Lukan Literature (Beirne)

H8530A Byzantine Studies (Baghos)

H9632A Byzantine Hagiography (Baghos)

P8501A Introduction to Pastoral and Practical Theology (Galt)

T8517A Ecclesiology (Kariatlis)

 

Special Online Unit (with visiting Professor Johannes Zachhuber)

T9610A The Patristic Tradition and Classical Philosophy (Costache)

(includes compulsory residential school, 25-27 July 2016)

PATRISTIC SYMPOSIUM 2016

‘St John Chrysostom’

23 & 24 SEPTEMBER 2016 (Friday and Saturday)

All students are strongly encouraged to attend.

Attendance is compulsory for full time BTh students

       
Generic
Units   

Generic units such as a Research Project, Research Essay, and/or Independent Guided Study (etc.) may be made available upon request to students in the latter stages of their course of study (excluding DipChSt, GradCertA) after consultation with a potential Supervisor, the Academic Director and the Registrar.

Students interested in such units for Semester 2 should contact the Registrar by 31 May 2016.

 

[1/2/3] BTh year levels [D] Available for DipChSt [P] Postgraduate Unit * May require attendance during Non-Teaching Period   

[Blue Text] These units are compulsory for BTh students [Purple Text] These sessions are compulsory for BTh students

[Red Text] These postgraduate units are expected to be accredited by the end of 2015

Whilst every effort is made to avoid changes to the published timetable, St Andrew’s reserves the right to amend the timetable without notice at any time.