Akron Extension

Degree Programs

The Chapel hosts an extension site for Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois. Students can earn a Master’s of Arts in Christians Studies, a Master’s of Arts in Ministry, or a Certificate in Biblical Studies from our Akron site. If you’re not interested in pursuing a degree program you can still benefit by auditing classes.

Course Times

Weeknight classes meet as indicated under course descriptions. Weekend classes normally meet 7:00–9:30pm on Fridays and 8:30–4:30pm on Saturdays unless otherwise indicated.

Tuition

Regular tuition for the 2014–2015 academic year is $405 per semester hour of credit. Tuition for non-credit (those not earning graduate-level credit) is $225 per course. Please visit Trinity’s website for information about full-time ministry scholarships and discounts. Returning students can register for courses on their own through the FirstClass Trinet software, downloadable at trinet.tiu.edu. Contact Joey Martin for more information on our local extension.

Course Schedule

Weekend classes meet Friday, 7:00-9:30pm; Saturday, 8:30am-4:30pm in Room 265-266 unless otherwise indicated.

Fall 2014

NT-5100 | Hebrews
Tuesdays, September 2 – December 9, 5:30 – 8:30pm
3 credit hours | Syllabus

PT-5000 | Personal Assessment
November 14 & 15
1 credit hour | Syllabus

PT-6000 | Spiritual Formation
August 22 & 23, September 26 & 27, October 10 & 11, November 21 & 22
3 credit hours | Syllabus

ST-5101 | Systematic Theology 1
August 15 & 16, October 3 & 4, November 7 & 8, December 5 & 6
3 credit hours | Syllabus

PT-6000 | Pastoral Practices
September 5 & 6, September 19 & 20, October 24 & 25, December 12 & 13
3 credit hours Syllabus

Spring 2015

CH-5010 | History of the Church
January 9-10, February 6-7, March 6-7, April 10-11, May 1-2
4 credit hours | Syllabus

PR-5500 | Apologetics
January 16-17, February 13-14, March 13-14
2 credit hours

ST-5102 | Systematic Theology II
January 30-31, February 20-21, March 20-21, May 8-9
3 credit hours | Syllabus

OT-5100 | Pentateuch
January 23-24, February 27-28, March 27-28, April 24-25
3 credit hours | Syllabus