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Emily Click and Dudley Corwin Rose
Field education is designed to provide an integrative learning opportunity while students work in ministry sites for 350-400 hours, during which they engage in theological reflection with trained supervisors. The Field education course is to be registered for concurrently with HDS 2933, Meaning Making, during the first unit to be taken during an academic year. 4516 is a placeholder course for the MDiv Field education requirement and may only be taken by MDiv students. Note: There are two dates for The Intro to Field Education session: Friday, August 30 at 11am in the Sperry room and Tuesday, September 3 at 5pm in Andover Hall, room 103. Students should choose one session to attend. This is required for all students enrolling in their first unit of field education concurrent with the academic year.
Enrollment Limited: No
Open to BTI Students: No
Full year course 2013-2014
Course times to be announced.
Course location to be announced.
Relationship to Program Requirements
|Program Requirement||Area / Category / Art / Designation|
|MTS Area(s) of Focus||None|
|MDiv Distribution Category/ies||None|
|MDiv Art(s) of Ministry||None|
|Language Course Designation(s)||None|