Weekly Program Schedule Year 1

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Weekly Program Schedule for Cohort Starting August 2020

[This is a sample. The next new cohort starts in August 2021.]

Schedule of courses (PDF)

2020 Module One

August 10-14: Spiritual Formation (SPIR I801) Retreat Format: this course is conducted off campus at a retreat centre (TBC): 9:00 a.m. Monday to 4:00 p.m. Friday.

September 17: Elementary Greek I (NEWT I801) 6 weeks
September 24: Elementary Greek I, 2
October 1: Elementary Greek I, 3
October 8: Elementary Greek I, 4
October 15: Elementary Greek I, 5
October 22: Elementary Greek I, 6

October 29 and November 5: Reading Weeks

November 7: Saturday Class, 1:00-5:00 pm: Internship Day I (MVIM I800) 6 internship days, spread over the life of the program, one/semester. More information on the internship program.

November 12: Elementary Greek II, 1 (NEWT I802) 6 weeks
November 19: Elementary Greek II, 2
November 26: Elementary Greek II, 3
December 3: Elementary Greek II, 4
December 10: Elementary Greek II, 5
December 17: Elementary Greek II, 6


2021 Module Two

January 14: Preaching Lab

January 21: Greek Exegesis I (NEWT I803) 6 weeks
January 28: Greek Exegesis I, 2
February 4: Greek Exegesis I, 3
February 11: Greek Exegesis I, 4
February 18: Greek Exegesis I, 5
February 25: Greek Exegesis I, 6

March 4 and 11: Spring Break

March 18: Old Testament Theology & History, (OLDT I802) 6 weeks
March 25: OT Theology and History, 2
April 1: OT Theology and History, 3
April 8: OT Theology and History, 4
April 15: OT Theology and History, 5
April 22: OT Theology and History, 6

April 25: Saturday Class: Internship Day II.

April 29 and May 6: Reading Weeks

May 13: N.T. Theology and History (NEWT I804) 6 weeks
May 20: N.T. Theology and History, 2
May 27: N.T. Theology and History, 3
June 3: N.T. Theology and History, 4
June 10: N.T. Theology and History, 5
June 17: N.T. Theology and History, 6


To complete the M.Div. requirements, the student will need to take an additional six electives. These are open to the discretion of the student. (For students who have taken New Testament Greek at the undergraduate level, or received an exemption by passing the Greek exam, there are two additional Bible electives needed to fulfill the degree requirements for graduation.)

  • Many denominations have courses in denominational history and polity that are required for ordination. It is recommended that the student use these electives to fulfill those requirements.
  • The student may also use these courses to develop a major or concentration in a particular area of interest to them.
  • Students may also choose to use these electives to develop a tailor made mix of courses designed to meet their ministry needs and interests.