Spring 2023 Course Syllabi

AMP 100 Applied Ministry Project SP.M1

AMP 500 Applied Ministry Project SP.M1

BIB 105 Hermeneutics SP.L1

COM 101 Rhetoric and Writing I SP.L1

COM 102 Rhetoric and Writing II SP.L1

COM 102 Rhetoric and Writing II SP.L2

COM 201 Intercultural Communication SP.L1

CRIS 100 The Roots of a Christian Scholar SP.CT1

CRIS 201 Global Learning and Service SP.L1

CRIS 203 Local Learning and Service SP.L1

CSL 520 Human Growth and Development SP.L1

CSL 535 Marriage and Family Counseling SP.L1

CSL 602 Counseling Skills in Helping Relationships SP.L1

CSL 610 Topics In Counseling SP.L1

CSL 616 Ethics and Legal Issues in Counseling SP.L1

CSL 650 Professional Orientation SP.L1

CSL 702 Counseling Practicum II SP.L1

ECN 203 Principles of Macroeconomics SP.L1

EDU 200 Intro to Education SP.L1

EDU 205 Educational Research and Psychology SP.L1

EDU 303 Child Growth and Development SP.L1

EDU 312 Discipline and Classroom Management SP.L1

EDU 406 EC-6th Science Instructional Methods SP.L1

GRK 307 Greek II SP.L1

GRK 307 Greek II SP.L2

HEB 302 Hebrew II SP.L1

HEB 502 Hebrew II SP-L1

HEB 630 Hebrew Exegetical Method II SP.L1

HIS 103 American History I SP.L1

HUM 201 Roman World SP.L1

HUM 404 Faith and Culture SP.L1

MIN 204 Leadership In A Global Context SP.L1

MIN 206 Encountering World Religions SP.L1

MIN 302 Organizational Management of Christian Ministries SP.L1

MIN 306 Missional Living and Witness SP.L1

MIN 333 Preaching from the New Testament SP.L1

MIN 402 Preaching from the Bible SP.L1

MIN 426 Topics in Christian Ministry SP.L1

MIN 503 Personal Evangelism SP.L1

MIN 505 Christian Leadership SP.L2

MIN 610 Topics in Ministry SP.L2

MIN 612 Organizational Management SP.L1

MIN 616 Principles of Teaching SP.L1

MIN 702 Delivery of Expository Sermons SP.L1

MIN 715 Ministry Practicum SP.L2

NTS 101 New Testament Survey I SP.L1

NTS 310 New Testament Intensive SP.L1

NTS 350 New Testament Backgrounds SP.L1

NTS 380 Theology of the New Testament SP.L1

NTS 502 New Testament Introduction II SP.L1

NTS 610 New Testament Intensive SP.L1

OTS 101 Old Testament Survey 1 Genesis – Esther SP.L1

OTS 201 Old Testament Survey II SP.L1

OTS 310 Old Testament Intensive – Ecclesiastes SP.L1

OTS 315 Topics in Old Testament Studies – Christ in the Old Testament SP.L1

OTS 501 Old Testament Introduction I Genesis – EstherSP.L1

OTS 610 Old Testament Intensive – Ecclesiastes SP.L1

OTS 615 Topics in Old Testament Studies – Christ in the Old Testament SP.L1

PHI 206 Encountering World Religions SP.L1

PHI 301 Ethics SP.L1

PHI 304 History of Philosophy Modern to Contemporary SP.L1

PHI 391 Political Theory SP.L1

PHI 620 Christian Ethics SP.L1

POL 203 Introduction to American Politics SP.L1

POL 303 International Relations SP.L1

POL 310 Political Economy of Development SP.L1

POL 391 Political Theory SP.L1

PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology SP.L1

PSY 102 Dynamics of Marriage and Family SP.L1

PSY 203 Introduction to Counseling SP.L1

PSY 260 Conflict Management SP.L1

PSY 330 Abnormal Psychology SP.L1

PSY 402 Community and Mental Health SP.L1

PSY 407 Introduction to Clinical Psychology SP.L1

REA 401 EC-6th Language Arts Methods SP.L1

RES 501 Research in Theological and Biblical Studies SP.L1

SCI 205 Physical Science SP.L1

STA 201 Introduction to Statistics SP.L1

THS 201 Church History SP.L1

THS 202 Baptist History and Distinctives SP.L1

THS 203 Systematic Theology I SP.L1

THS 204 Systematic Theology II SP.L1

THS 410 Theological Hermeneutics SP.L1

THS 512 Prolegomena and Trinitarianism SP.L1

THS 516 Baptist Eccelsiology and Eschatology SP.L1

THS 660 Patristic, Medieval, and Reformation Theology SP.L1

THS 665 Modern and Postmodern Theology SP.L1


Criswell College admits students who are Christians of good character, without regard or reference to race, national or ethnic origin, color, age, disability, or sex (except where regard to sex is required by the College’s religious tenets regarding gender and sexuality) to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of these classifications in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other school-administered programs.