Course Schedules

[The schedules published here are for courses taught on-campus in Dubuque, Iowa. For online course, please go to this separate page for Masters-level online courses or to this separate page for TEEM and Rural Ministry online courses. For information on how to order a transcript, please go to this link.

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Upcoming 2014-2015 Academic Year

Information for the 2014-2015 academic year will be filled in as it becomes known...

Summer 2014 Greek Language Program [On-Campus]
The Schools of Theology of Dubuque (Wartburg Theological Seminary and the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary) provide an intensive five-and-a-half week on-campus course in the Biblical (koine) Greek language as preparation for the Master of Divinity degree program. This summer program is held on the Wartburg Seminary campus and provides the equivalent of one year (8 undergraduate semester hours) of Greek language study. The 2013 program will be held Monday, July 21, through Wednesday, August 27, 2014, and includes an opening worship service and orientation program on the evening of Sunday, July 20. For more information on the program, see the brochures below, and contact the Wartburg Seminary Registrar, Kevin Anderson, for registration. Tuition is $2,540, which includes the $100 non-refundable tuition deposit required to pre-register.

 Schedule or Document:

File Format:

Brochure describing the program and costs, with registration form ICON - PDF File Icon
Questions and Answers document about the summer Greek language program ICON - PDF File Icon
Last Revised 8 April 2014  (Subject to futher revision)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fall Semester 2014
The following documents give the Fall Semester 2014 course schedule.  Pre-registration for returning on-campus students is May 5-9, 2014. Registration for most new students takes place on September 3rd of Prolog Week or during that week. Please contact the Registrar (Kevin Anderson) if you have questions. Unless noted in the schedule, courses run from September 8 through December 12. Prolog Week is September 2 through 5, with most students completing a required one-hour course, and begins with a campus worship service on the evening of Labor Day, September 1.

 Form of Schedule:

File Format:

Proposed list of courses for Fall 2014

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Prolog Week Schedule (September 2-5)

Forthcoming...

Day-by-Day, Hour-by-Hour Schedule

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Numerical Listing of All Courses ICON - PDF File Icon
Summary Chart of M.Div. and M.A. First-Year Courses ICON - PDF File Icon
Summary Chart of 2nd-Year M.Div. and M.A. Courses ICON - PDF File Icon
Summary Chart of 4th-Year (Final Year) M.Div. Courses ICON - PDF File Icon
Summary Chart of most of the Electives and courses that meet Distributional Requirements ICON - PDF File Icon
TEXTBOOKS needed for Fall Semester Courses
The booklist is still coming together...it should be complete by mid-May. To purchase most of these textbooks, see Wartburg's virtual bookstore at Amazon
Forthcoming...
Click here to look at individual course descriptions
Schedule Last Revised 9 April 2014  (Subject to futher revision)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Information on Current year:

Spring Semester 2014
Spring Semester 2014 is scheduled to run from February 3 through May 16, 2014, with the first week set aside for an Interim Debriefing (Feb. 3) and a Spring Prolog Week course (Feb. 4-7)..  Commencement will be Sunday, May 19, 2014.  On-campus Wartburg Seminary students will pre-register the week of December 2-6, 2013, with final registration during the week of February 4-7, 2014.

 Form of Schedule:

File Format:

Proposed list of courses for Spring 2014 ICON - PDF File Icon
Spring Interim Debriefing/Prolog Week Schedule (February 3-7)

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Day-by-Day, Hour-by-Hour Schedule

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Numerical Listing of All Courses ICON - PDF File Icon
Summary Chart of M.Div. & M.A. First-Year ("Junior") Courses ICON - PDF File Icon
Summary Chart of M.Div. Second-Year ("Middler") Courses ICON - PDF File Icon
Summary Chart of M.Div. Final-Year ("Senior") Courses ICON - PDF File Icon
Summary Chart of most of the Electives and courses that meet Distributional Requirements ICON - PDF File Icon
TEXTBOOKS needed for Spring Semester Courses
To be developed... Usually available around mid-December.
To purchase most of these textbooks, see Wartburg's virtual bookstore at Amazon
[For non-Amazon purchasable books, go this webpage instead.]
Forthcoming...
Click here to look at individual course descriptions
Last Revised 22 January 2014 (Subject to change)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

January Interim 2014
The course offerings for the January Interim of 2014 are now available, including ELCA cross-registered opportunities.  Please contact the Registrar if you have questions.  Non-Wartburg students should contact the Registrar (Kevin Anderson) directly about registration possibilities as soon as possible. Wartburg students should read the pre-registration instructions and turn in a preference form to the Registrar as directed by October 15. Students interested in a travel trip should contact the Registrar as soon as possible to insure that a spot is available.  Unless noted in the January schedule, all courses will run for three weeks out of the four weeks from January 6 through 31, 2014.

 Schedule or Document:

File Format:

J-Term Course Catalog (now with both Wartburg Seminary and other ELCA cross-registration possibilities) ICON - PDF File Icon
Information on the Holy Lands study tour

[Link to important travelers insurance available for purchase when signing up for trip.]
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J-Term Preregistration Instructions Complete instructions will come later; in the meantime, Preference forms will be collected starting May 1
J-Term Preference Form (to be used by Wartburg students; others should contact the Registrar directly) ICON - PDF File Icon
Last Revised 11 September 2013  (Subject to futher revision)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fall Semester 2013
The following documents give the Fall Semester 2013 course schedule.  Pre-registration for returning on-campus students is May 6-10, 2013. Registration for most new students takes place on September 3rd of Prolog Week or during that week. Please contact the Registrar (Kevin Anderson) if you have questions. Unless noted in the schedule, courses run from September 9 through December 13. Prolog Week is September 3 through 6, with most students completing a required one-hour course, and begins with a campus worship service on the evening of Labor Day, September 2.

 Form of Schedule:

File Format:

Proposed list of courses for Fall 2013

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Prolog Week Schedule (September 2-6)

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Day-by-Day, Hour-by-Hour Schedule

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Numerical Listing of All Courses ICON - PDF File Icon
Summary Chart of M.Div. and M.A. First-Year Courses [Revised] ICON - PDF File Icon
Summary Chart of 2nd-Year M.Div. Courses ICON - PDF File Icon
Summary Chart of 4th-Year M.Div. Courses ICON - PDF File Icon
Summary Chart of most of the Electives and courses that meet Distributional Requirements ICON - PDF File Icon
TEXTBOOKS needed for Fall Semester Courses
The booklist is still coming together...it should be complete by mid-May. To purchase most of these textbooks, see Wartburg's virtual bookstore at Amazon
[For non-Amazon purchasable books, go this webpage instead.]
Forthcoming...
Click here to look at individual course descriptions
Schedule Last Revised 27 August 2013  (Subject to futher revision)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer 2013 Greek Language Program [On-Campus]
The Schools of Theology of Dubuque (Wartburg Theological Seminary and the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary) provide an intensive five-and-a-half week on-campus course in the Biblical (koine) Greek language as preparation for the Master of Divinity degree program. This summer program is held on the Wartburg Seminary campus and provides the equivalent of one year (8 undergraduate semester hours) of Greek language study. The 2013 program will be held Monday, July 22, through Wednesday, August 28, 2013, and includes an opening worship service and orientation program on the evening of Sunday, July 21. For more information on the program, see the brochures below, and contact the Wartburg Seminary Registrar, Kevin Anderson, for registration. Tuition is $2,440, which includes the $100 non-refundable tuition deposit required to pre-register.

 Schedule or Document:

File Format:

Brochure describing the program and costs, with registration form ICON - PDF File Icon
Questions and Answers document about the summer Greek language program ICON - PDF File Icon
Last Revised 9 April 2013  (Subject to futher revision)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Information on previous years:

2012-2013 Academic Year

Spring Semester 2013
Spring Semester 2013 is scheduled to run from February 4 through May 17, 2012.  Commencement will be Sunday, May 19, 2013.  On-campus Wartburg Seminary students will pre-register the week of December 3-7, 2012, with final registration during the week of February 4-8, 2013.

 Form of Schedule:

File Format:

Proposed list of courses for Spring 2013 ICON - PDF File Icon
Day-by-Day, Hour-by-Hour Schedule

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Numerical Listing of All Courses ICON - PDF File Icon
Summary Chart of M.Div. & M.A. First-Year ("Junior") Courses ICON - PDF File Icon
Summary Chart of M.Div. Second-Year ("Middler") Courses ICON - PDF File Icon
Summary Chart of M.Div. Final-Year ("Senior") Courses ICON - PDF File Icon
Summary Chart of most of the Electives and courses that meet Distributional Requirements ICON - PDF File Icon
TEXTBOOKS needed for Spring Semester Courses
To be developed... Usually available around mid-December.
To purchase most of these textbooks, see Wartburg's virtual bookstore at Amazon
[For non-Amazon purchasable books, go this webpage instead.]
Forthcoming...
Click here to look at individual course descriptions
Last Revised 28 December 2012 (Subject to change)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

January Interim 2013
The course offerings for the January Interim of 2013 are still being finalized; a preliminary course listing will be available soon (typically in late April or early May).  Please contact the Registrar if you have questions.  Non-Wartburg students should contact the Registrar (Kevin Anderson) directly about registration possibilities as soon as possible. Wartburg students should read the pre-registration instructions and turn in a preference form to the Registrar as directed by October 15. Students interested in a travel trip should contact the Registrar as soon as possible to insure that a spot is available.  Unless noted in the January schedule, all courses will run for three weeks out of the four weeks from January 7 through February 1, 2013.

 Schedule or Document:

File Format:

J-Term Course Catalog, including both Wartburg offerings and those available through the ELCA/ELCIC exchange agreement. ICON - PDF File Icon
Information on the "Luther, Pietism, and Bonhoeffer" Germany study tour, January 4-24, 2013 ICON - PDF File Icon
J-Term Preregistration Instructions Complete instructions will come later; in the meantime, Preference forms will be collected starting May 1
J-Term Preference Form (to be used by Wartburg students; others should contact the Registrar directly) ICON - PDF File Icon
Last Revised 28 August 2012  (Subject to futher revision)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fall Semester 2012
The following documents give the Fall Semester 2012 course schedule.  Registration for returning on-campus students is April 30-May 4, 2012. Registration for most new students takes place on September 4th of Prolog Week or during that week. Please contact the Registrar (Kevin Anderson) if you have questions. Unless noted in the schedule, courses run from September 10 through December 14. Prolog Week is September 4 through 7, with most students completing a required one-hour course, and begins with a campus worship service on the evening of Labor Day, September 3.

 Form of Schedule:

File Format:

Proposed list of courses for Fall 2012 Replaced by the schedule below
Prolog Week Schedule (September 3-7)

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Day-by-Day, Hour-by-Hour Schedule

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Numerical Listing of All Courses ICON - PDF File Icon
Summary Chart of M.Div. First-Year ("Junior") Courses [Revised] ICON - PDF File Icon
Summary Chart of M.A. First-Year Courses [Revised] ICON - PDF File Icon
Summary Chart of 2nd-Year M.Div. ("Middler") Courses ICON - PDF File Icon
Summary Chart of 4th-Year M.Div. ("Senior") Courses ICON - PDF File Icon
TEXTBOOKS needed for Fall Semester Courses
The booklist is still coming together...it should be complete by mid-May. To purchase most of these textbooks, see Wartburg's virtual bookstore at Amazon
[For non-Amazon purchasable books, go this webpage instead.]
Forthcoming...
Click here to look at individual course descriptions
Schedule Last Revised 22 August 2012  (Subject to futher revision)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer 2012 Greek Language Program [On-Campus]
The Schools of Theology of Dubuque (Wartburg Theological Seminary and the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary) provide an intensive five-and-a-half week on-campus course in the Biblical (koine) Greek language as preparation for the Master of Divinity degree program. This summer program is held on the Wartburg Seminary campus and provides the equivalent of one year (8 undergraduate semester hours) of Greek language study. The 2012 program will be held Monday, July 23, through Wednesday, August 29, 2012, and includes an opening worship service and orientation program on the evening of Sunday, July 22. For more information on the program, see the brochures below, and contact the Wartburg Seminary Registrar, Kevin Anderson, for registration. Tuition is $2,400, which includes the $100 non-refundable tuition deposit required to pre-register.

 Schedule or Document:

File Format:

Brochure describing the program and costs, with registration form ICON - PDF File Icon
Questions and Answers document about the summer Greek language program ICON - PDF File Icon
Last Revised 19 April 2012  (Subject to futher revision)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2011-2012 Academic Year

Spring Semester 2012
Spring Semester 2012 is scheduled to run from January 30 through May 11, 2012.  Commencement will be Sunday, May 13, 2012.  On-campus Wartburg Seminary students will pre-register the week of December 5-9, 2011, with final registration during the week of January 30-February 3, 2012.

 Form of Schedule:

File Format:

Proposed list of courses for Spring 2012 ICON - PDF File Icon
Day-by-Day, Hour-by-Hour Schedule

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Numerical Listing of All Courses
(The "Official" Schedule)
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Summary Chart of M.Div. & M.A. First-Year ("Junior") Courses ICON - PDF File Icon
Summary Chart of M.Div. Second-Year ("Middler") Courses ICON - PDF File Icon
Summary Chart of M.Div. Final-Year ("Senior") Courses ICON - PDF File Icon
TEXTBOOKS needed for Spring Semester Courses
[Booklists last updated February 1, 2012]
To purchase most of these textbooks, see Wartburg's virtual bookstore at Amazon
[For non-Amazon purchasable books, go this webpage instead.]
ICON - PDF File Icon
Click here to look at individual course descriptions
Last Revised 1 February 2012 (Subject to change)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

January Interim 2012
The course offerings for the January Interim of 2012 are still being finalized; a preliminary course listing will be available soon (typically in late April or early May).  Please contact the Registrar if you have questions.  Non-Wartburg students should contact the Registrar (Kevin Anderson) directly about registration possibilities as soon as possible. Wartburg students should read the pre-registration instructions and turn in a preference form to the Registrar as directed by October 15. Students interested in a travel trip should contact the Registrar as soon as possible to insure that a spot is available.  Unless noted in the January schedule, all courses will run from January 2 through 27, 2012.

 Schedule or Document:

File Format:

J-Term Course Catalog, including both Wartburg offerings and those available through the ELCA/ELCIC exchange agreement. (Now updated to include the ELCA/ELCIC shared offerings.) ICON - PDF File Icon
Four-page detailed brochure on the January trip to the Holy Lands (Israel-Palestine) ICON - PDF File Icon
J-Term Preregistration Instructions Complete instructions will come later; in the meantime, Preference forms will be collected starting May 1
J-Term Preference Form (to be used by Wartburg students; others should contact the Registrar directly) ICON - PDF File Icon
Last Revised 19 September 2011  (Subject to futher revision)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fall Semester 2011
The following documents give the Fall Semester 2011 course schedule.  Registration for returning on-campus students is May 2-6, 2011. Registration for most new students takes place on September 6th of Prolog Week or during that week. Please contact the Registrar (Kevin Anderson) if you have questions. Unless noted in the schedule, courses run from September 12 through December 16. Prolog Week is September 6 through 9, with most students completing a required one-hour course, and begins with a campus worship service on the evening of Labor Day, September 5.

 Schedule or Document:

File Format:

Proposed list of courses for Fall 2011 '
Prolog Week Schedule (September 5-9)

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Day-by-Day, Hour-by-Hour Schedule

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Numerical Listing of All Courses
(The "Official" Schedule)
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Summary Chart of M.Div. First-Year ("Junior") Courses [Revised] ;ICON - PDF File Icon
Summary Chart of M.A. First-Year Courses [Revised] ICON - PDF File Icon
Summary Chart of 2nd-Year M.Div. ("Middler") Courses ICON - PDF File Icon
Summary Chart of 4th-Year M.Div. ("Senior") Courses ICON - PDF File Icon
TEXTBOOKS needed for Fall Semester Courses
The booklist is mostly complete (a few courses are still missing), updated through 16 August 2011. To purchase most of these textbooks, see Wartburg's virtual bookstore at Amazon
[For non-Amazon purchasable books, go this webpage instead.]
ICON - PDF File Icon
Click here to look at individual course descriptions
Schedule Last Revised 29 August 2011  (Subject to futher revision)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer 2011 Greek Language Program
The Schools of Theology of Dubuque (Wartburg Theological Seminary and the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary) provide an intensive five-and-a-half week on-campus course in the Biblical (koine) Greek language as preparation for the Master of Divinity degree program. This summer program is held on the Wartburg Seminary campus and provides the equivalent of one year (8 undergraduate semester hours) of Greek language study. The 2011 program will be held Monday, July 25, through Wednesday, August 31, 2011, and includes an opening worship service and orientation program on the evening of Sunday, July 24. For more information on the program, see the brochures below, and contact the Wartburg Seminary Registrar, Kevin Anderson, for registration. Tuition is $2,240, which includes the $100 non-refundable tuition deposit required to register.

 Schedule or Document:

File Format:

Brochure describing the program and costs, with registration form ICON - PDF File Icon
Questions and Answers document about the summer Greek language program ICON - PDF File Icon
Last Revised 12 April 2011  (Subject to futher revision)


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Requesting Transcripts
Transcripts can only be requested by a written, signed personal letter, with payment enclosed as a check. Transcripts cost $15 each.

The request letter should clearly indicate who you are (your name now and, if different, your name while a student, the degree earned, the year you graduated or attended the seminary, plus your date of birth). Please provide the complete address(es) for the recipient(s). If you are requesting a transcript to be mailed to you, please indicate whether this should be in a sealed envelope suitable for your giving to another school or person as official or if this transcript is for your own use.

Mail your signed request letter and payment check (paid to Wartburg Theological Seminary for the appropriate amount) to the attention of the Registrar at the address below. Thank you.

Kevin Anderson
Registrar/Assistant to the Dean
333 Wartburg Place
Dubuque, Iowa 52003-7769
registrar@wartburgseminary.edu
Phone: 563-589-0211


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