Online courses at AMBS
Spring 2013 online courses include:
- Anabaptist History and Theology
- Anabaptist approaches to scripture
Fall 2013 online courses:
- Reading the Bible (BIB500E)
- Human Development and Christian Formation (CHM531E)
Spring 2014 online courses:
- Beginning Hebrew: Ruth (BIB501E)
- Anabaptist History and Theology (HTE520)
- Principles of Pastoral Care (CHM532E)
New discounts for online students
People wishing to take an online course can receive a 50% discount on tuition if they are not already admitted for study in any masters-level theological program and have not previously taken an online course from AMBS. In addition, students at Canadian Mennonite University and Conrad Grebel University College can take an unlimited number of online courses with this discount.
Visit the page that explains this special discount for more information.
More information about online courses
Online courses meet several needs:
- For people who want to explore seminary study before making a commitment to move to campus
- For students in degree programs, who live at a distance and wish to do some study from their home.
- For people who want to enhance their knowledge of the Bible, church history, or other aspects of theological study in order to contribute more fully in their congregations.
Students in these courses are encouraged to share their learnings and understandings through online discussions, correspondence with the professor and student peer interactions.
AMBS usually offers one to three online courses a year. To see what online courses are offered in any term, visit the course list for the term you are interested in and scan the list for ID numbers followed by the letter "E."For more information regarding AMBS online courses, please contact the Registrar by email or call 800.964.2627.
Anabaptist Short Courses
Online - Non-credit
If you are looking for short online courses that are for enrichment—not for graduate credit, explore the Church Leadership Center's Anabaptist Short Courses.
These short courses have similar titles to the Master's degree online courses; however, they are intended for people who are exploring the topics at a graduate level, but who are not interested in a full-semester course.