Timetable 2017

 

 Semester 1

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10:00 - 13:00

13:30 - 16:30

17:00 - 20:00

Monday
 
 

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

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

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

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

[2/3/A] P7182A Supervised Ministry 1 (Galt)
8:30am-3:00pm

[2/3] Pastoral Field Education 8:30am-12:00pm
[May 2 – June 20] Lakemba

 

 

[P] H8510A The Early Church (Baghos)

[P] T8500A Research Methodology (Costache)

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

 

Wednesday
[2/3] Byzantine Music: Modules 5 & 6 (Psilacos)
 
[1/2/D/A] H7110A History of the Early Church (Baghos)
 
 
Thursday
[2/3/A] B7364A Pauline Literature (Beirne) [Staff & Students] Common Meal 1:00-2:00pm

[1/D/A] T7101A Introduction to Theology (Kariatlis)

[P] T8501A Introducing Theology (Kariatlis)

[2/3/A] T7382A Early Byzantine Patristic Theology (Costache)

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

B7120A Introduction to the Old Testament (Beirne) #

B7364A Pauline Literature (Beirne)

C7146A Introduction to Pastoral Counselling (Galt) #

H7110A History of the Early Church (Baghos) #

L7100A Introduction to Christian Worship (Psilacos) #

T7101A Introduction to Theology (Kariatlis) #

T7382A Early Byzantine Patristic Theology (Costache)

Postgraduate Units

B8520A Introduction to the Old Testament (Beirne) #

C8546A Pastoral Counselling in Ministry (Galt) #

H8510A The Early Church (Baghos) #

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

L8501A Introducing Christian Worship (Psilacos) #

T8501A Introducing Theology (Kariatlis) #

T8500A Research Methodology (Costache)

T9686A The Cappadocian Legacy (Costache)

RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL PROGRAM

Distance Education Students Only (for units marked by #)

On-campus attendance of classes is required between 13-15 March 2017 (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 31 January 2017.

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

[Purple Text] These sessions are compulsory for BTh students

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

17:00 - 20:00

Monday

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


 
 

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

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

[P] H9632A Byzantine Hagiography (Baghos)

[P] T9682A The Alexandrian Legacy (Costache)
 

Tuesday
[2/3/A] P7282A Supervised Ministry 2 (Galt)
8:45am-3:00pm; July 25 – November 14

[2/3] Pastoral Field Education 8:45am-12:00pm
[August 1 – November 14] Lakemba

 

 

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

[P] A8520A Introduction to New Testament Greek (Kalogerakis)
 
[P] H8530A Byzantine Studies (Baghos)

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

Wednesday
[2/3] Byzantine Music: Modules 7 & 8 (Psilacos)  

[1/D/A] H7230A Byzantium: Empire of New Rome (Baghos)

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

Thursday
[2/A] L7200A Liturgical Rites (Psilacos) [Staff & Students] Common Meal 1:00-2:00pm

[1/D/A] T7281A Early Church Fathers (Costache)

[2/3/A] T7234A The Self-Revealing God (Kariatlis)
 

Friday Special Events and Seminars
Distance Education
(Online)

Undergraduate Units

A7120A Introduction to New Testament Greek (Kalogerakis)

B7130A Introduction to the New Testament (Beirne)

H7230A Byzantium: Empire of New Rome (Baghos)  

L7200A Liturgical Rites (Psilacos)

L7232A Orthodox Christian Hymnology (Koutsouras)

P7101A Introduction to Pastoral Theology and Ministry (Galt)

T7234A The Self-Revealing God (Kariatlis)

T7281A Early Church Fathers (Costache)

Special Intensive Course Unit (with visiting Professor Perry Hamalis)
E7100A Sources and Principles of Christian Ethics
(includes on-campus classes, 28-31 August 2017)
 

Postgraduate Units

A8520A Introduction to New Testament Greek (Kalogerakis)

B8530A Introduction to the New Testament (Beirne)

H8530A Byzantine Studies (Baghos)

L8596A Studies in Liturgical Rites (Psilacos)

P8501A Introduction to Pastoral and Practical Theology (Galt)

T8581A Church Fathers: An Introduction (Costache)

T8534A The Triune God and Revelation (Kariatlis)

T9682A The Alexandrian Legacy (Costache)

Special Intensive Course Unit (with visiting Professor Perry Hamalis)
E8594A Introduction to Christian Ethics
(includes on-campus classes, 28-31 August 2017)
 

Important Events & Information

THEOLOGY SYMPOSIUM 2017

The Doctrine of the Trinity: Implications for Everyday Living’

1 & 2 SEPTEMBER 2017 (Friday and Saturday)

Keynote Presenter:

Professor Aristotle Papanikolaou (Fordham University, USA)

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 30 June 2017.

 

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

[Purple Text] These sessions are compulsory for BTh students

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.