The Duluth Extension Program is currently on hiatus. If you are interested in ‘not for credit’ classes in religion, theology, and the Bible, check out the Academy for Vital Christianity courses being offered in Duluth.
At the invitation of a consortium of partner congregations in Duluth, Minn., United
has established a program of graduate theological education in Duluth in order to serve northeast Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin. Courses
meet during the fall and spring terms in the school’s academic calendar; the
seminary has been approved to offer two courses in each term on an ongoing basis.
offered will be selected primarily to serve two populations: non-degree students
taking courses for personal interest and enrichment and beginning degree students
who wish to start a Master’s program without having to travel to the Twin Cities
until later in their studies. Students in a degree program may complete
approximately one quarter of an M.Div. or one third of an M.A. or M.A.R.L. degree
through courses in the Duluth program.
Courses Previously Offered
CH161 Orientation to the Older Testament: Pentateuch and Former Prophets
CH231 Justice, Liberation,
and Hope in the Theology of Paul
CH429 Spirituality: Past Wisdom and Present Practice
CL329 Music in Worship: Hymns, Psalms, and Spiritual
CL541 Empowering Lay Leadership
TR521 War, Peace, and Ethics
TR552 Major Twentieth Century Moral Thinkers: Dietrich Bonhoeffer
TR573 Ethical Themes in Literature
TR820 Reimagining the Church: Ecclesiology, Mission, and Ministry for Our Contemporary Time
For questions or additional information, please contact Glen Herrington-Hall, director of admissions.