These classes are often opportunities to fullfill district requirements for ordination & licensing in the Church of the Brethren. (However, as districts may have different requirements, please contact your District Executive to discuss specific expectations.)
To take any graduate course, a student must apply  and be admitted as one of the following.
- Occasional  student
- Certificate-seeking  student (CATS)
Degree-seeking  student (MDiv or MA)
Please begin the application process in a timely manner in order to meet all application requirements by the following deadlines
- July 15 for Fall Session
- December 1 for January intensive and/or Spring Session
March 15 for May intensive
Once students have been admitted, they must submit an enrollment deposit in order to register for classes.
At this time, financial aid is only available to certificate (CATS) and degree-seeking (MDiv or MA) students. Payment (or a payment plan) is due the first day of the semester. Current costs may be found on our Tuition and Fees  page.
2014 Spring Session
Brethren Beliefs and Practices, T 207 -W, Denise Kettering
This course examines major beliefs and doctrinal interpretations along with practices that shape the Church of the Brethren. The course will study Brethren beliefs and practices across the span of time, with reflection on historical theology and in ecumenical conversation with other interpretations of Christianity significant to the study. The course will engage students in discussing the present life and faith of the Church of the Brethren. 3 semester hours.
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