2020-2021 Course Offerings

Accredited course offerings

  • ACP1000: Orientation to EuNC (0 ECTS) with Alan Schrock. This orientation is required before taking any courses at the EuNC Digital Campus. Its purpose is to give you the necessary information on using our online systems and general academic procedures/processes to provide you with success as you start your first class. You can work through this orientation at any point after you are accepted into the college.
  • MIS1000 Mentoring (0,5 ECTS) with Alan Schrock. 1 September 2020 to 31 August 2020. The mentoring course is a requirement of all of the programmes at EuNC. It provides support for the student throughout their programme – a person to talk through issues they are encountering while studying at EuNC. It is designed to assist students in their studies, personal and spiritual development.
  • BIB1105 Introduction to the Old Testament with Wolfgang Köhler. 14 September to  5 December 2020. This course is an introduction to the literature of the Old Testament. It examines the themes, history, and literary character of the Old Testament’s books and reflects upon the relevance of their messages for contemporary society.
  • MIN2403/5 Pastoral Care and Counselling with Azzurra Caltabiano and Maria Rosa Curcuruto. 4 January 2021 to 20 February 2021 (the 5 ECTS version ends on 20 March 2021).  This is an introductory level course addressing the theory and practice of pastoral care and counselling. The focus is on the various theoretical approaches in counselling as applied to human concerns in both individual and group counselling, and on the integration of learning and application of counselling principles within the parish setting. 
  • PRC2105 Evangelism and the Church with Howard Culbertson. 22 March 2021 to 12 June 2021. This course explores how people can be reached with the Gospel who live in the post-modern/communist and post-Christian context of Europe and the CIS, and how missional churches can be planted. Various ways of reaching people with the Gospel and planting faith communities will be examined and evaluated. A biblical missiological focus within the unique European and the CIS context will serve to foster a passion in each student to reach their generation and others through planting communities of Christian faith.
  • MIS4103 The Holistic Wellbeing of the Minister with Sylvia Masyuk. 4 January 2021 to 20 February 2021.  This course explores the various challenges the minister will face in his or her ministry, and explores ways to remain well in ministry. It seeks to build upon the principles and disciplines learned and practiced in the lives of students preparing for ministry to and in a broken world in need of holy transformation.
  • MIN3005 Summative Review with Gideon de Jong. 17 May 2021 to 31 July 2021. The summative review has the purpose of helping students synthetize the information they have gained through their coursework, spiritual growth, and praxis to more effectively apply it to their life and ministry in context. This course serves as an “exit course” for the advanced Diploma in applied Theology programme, and should be one of the last courses that students take.
  • MIN1101 Practicum with Alan Schrock. TBD. The EuNC Practicum allows students to gain supervised, practical experience by participating in the ministry of their local church or local context during their programme. Practicum hours are earned by joining and participating in an ongoing, active ministry team or group.

Lifelong Learning Institute Offerings (Continuing Education)

  • No offerings are set yet for this academic year. Feel free to recommend a topic to the Digital Campus coordinator at digitalcampus@eunc.edu.

NOTE: Each course offering is based on a minimum enrolment of 3 students.

Session Break Weeks
11-18 October 2020
3-11 April 2021

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