Online Pre-Seminary Greek
Concordia Theological Seminary offers New Testament pre-seminary Greek as an online course. It will cover the same material as the ten-week intensive course but will extend over a longer period of time. Each of the three levels (Level I – Greek I; Level 2 – Greek II; and Level 3 – Greek III) awards the equivalent of four undergraduate quarter-hour credits (12 quarter hours total) so one should expect to dedicate 8-10 hours per week to the class.
The online, pre-seminary Greek courses are taken on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis. Successful completion of the three-level, online courses will satisfy the pre-seminary Biblical Greek requirement needed for EXT 110 Gospels I. These courses must be taken no more than four years prior to the student’s matriculation date into the Master of Divinity or Alternate Route program. These courses could also possibly be transferred into an undergraduate degree program. Prior approval of the receiving institution is recommended.
Complete and return the following items to the Registrar’s office in order to register for Greek I:
- Special Student Application form
- Pre-Seminary Online Greek Registration Form
- Application Fee – $35
- Tuition Deposit – $100 (This deposit will be applied towards the cost of tuition)
Contact the Registrar (email@example.com) if you have further questions about Online Pre-seminary Greek.
Subsequent registrations for Greek II and Greek III will only require one to submit the Pre-seminary Online Greek Registration Form and the Tuition Deposit to the Registrar’s Office.
Tuition and Fees
The pre-seminary tuition rate currently is $460 per credit hour. In addition to tuition, a $75 Campus Use Fee will be assessed for each four (4) credits registered.
Students can study at their own pace and according to their own schedule. Once registered, a student will have 120 days to complete each level.
Required texts and other materials will be announced upon registration.
A grade of “incomplete” may be assigned by instructors only when, in their judgment, circumstances or an emergency beyond the students’ control prevent them from completing course requirements by the end of the quarter. Further, it is given only when the instructor feels that the student can complete the requirements and will receive a passing grade.
If students withdraw from the online pre-seminary Greek course, they are entitled to a refund of that quarter’s portion of the tuition according to the following schedule:
- Before first day ….100%
- During first week….100%
- Before the end of the third week …. 75%
- Before the end of the fourth week …. 50%
- Before the end of the fifth week …. 25%
- After the fifth week …. None