As members of our residential community, Anglican Studies students share in the whole life of Nashotah House and the Benedictine experience of common prayer, work and study.
LT 501 - The History of Christian Worship
LT 601 - Pastoral Liturgy
AT 501 - Introduction to Christian Spirituality
AT 601 - Spirituality for Ministry
HT 501 - Christian Theology in the Patristic and Early Medieval Periods*
HT 502 - Christian Theology in the Late Medieval, Reformation, Counter Reformation, Enlightenment, and Modern Periods*
CH 601 - Anglican and Episcopal Church History
MT 501 - Ethics and Fundamental Moral Theology*
HM 501 - Principles of Preaching*
PM 501 - Priesthood: The Missional Pastor*
CM 501 - Introduction to Church Music
CM 610 - Anglican Choral Tradition*
*Students will choose three from these seven courses, as best suits their training requirements and schedule.
The Anglican Studies Certificate program by distance education is a 30-credit certificate comprised of five six-credit modules. Each module is three months in duration and includes a one-week residency with the instructor on the campus of Nashotah House. Residential weeks come near the beginning of each module in order to give students and instructors the opportunity for face-to-face interaction and fellowship. This residential week enhances the effectiveness of the on-line portion of the module, and it also gives the students an opportunity to participate fully in the worship and community life at Nashotah House. Residential weeks are scheduled a year in advance to allow for planning the time away from work and family. We strongly recomend that students in the Anglican Studies Certificate Program begin in Petertide (July), due to the structure of the schedule.
The Distance Learning curriculum consists of the following five six-credit modules:
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