General Learners Registration and GTS Payments System

Are you interested in taking a course that will enhance your ministry or prayer life, teach you more about your faith, meet your interest in a theological topic, or allow you to begin graduate-level studies before matriculation? If you need to make a payment to The General Theological Seminary, or if you're interested in becoming a General Learner, you're in the right place. How would you like to proceed:

 
 
 
  Summer 2018 Courses

Summer 2018 Courses

  Fall 2018 Courses

Fall 2018 Courses

 

Summer Course Spotlight

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Theological Reflection As Spiritual Discipline

with Peter Ward

Professor of Ecclesiology and Ethnography, St John’s College/Department of Theology and Religion, Durham University

2 credits or audit

June 4-8, 2018

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Refund Schedule

The refund schedule for Spring (Easter) and Fall (Michaelmas) is:

  • Dropping a class prior to the start of the term:  100% tuition refund
  • Dropping a class during add/drop period:  75% tuition refund
  • Dropping a class after add/drop period:  NO tuition refund
  • No refund will be given for registration and general fees

For Intensive (one-weekend), January (Epiphany), or Summer (Trinity) courses, the refund schedule is:

  • Dropping a class 1+ weeks (8 or more days) prior to the start of class: 100% tuition refund
  • Dropping a class 1 week or less, until the day prior to the start of class: 50% tuition refund
  • Dropping a class the day before class or day of class: no tuition refund.
  • No refund will be given for registration and general fees.
 

General Learners Course Spotlight

 
 
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Theological Reflection as Spiritual Discipline

Peter Ward

Professor of Ecclesiology and Ethnography, St John’s College/Department of Theology and Religion, Durham University

2 credits or audit

June 4-8, 2018

The course re-envisions Theological Reflection by making connections to prayer and the ordinary spiritual lives of believers.  The idea of ordinary theology or operant theology lies at the heart of this shift in direction in Practical Theology.  Students will be introduced to ways of generating theological reflection through qualitative empirical methods.  The spiritual discipline of theological reflection is explored through an extended empirical case study of operant theology in personal prayer.

Registration for Summer Term Opens Soon!

Email registrar@gts.edu for questions or registration details.