These courses have been deliberately designed to stimulate and encourage learning. Students are given set reading assignments in each discipline offered and are required to prepare for a weekly seminar/discussion with a staff member. Some courses are augmented with lectures.
Each student will take a total of 15 credits. Any additional credits or changes to the course load must be worked out with Geneva and approved by the SIS administrator.
Academic Calendar Dates:
Application Deadline - Spring Semester 2015
15th October 2014
Scottish Reformation and Covenanting History
Geneva Course BIB 353
This course examines Scottish Reformation and Covenanting History (1517-1688) using primary source documents and on-site historical research. This course looks at the political, social, and theological conditions that led to and developed in this dramatic period of Scottish history. Download the syllabus here
Geneva Course MIN 493
This course is centered around a living, vibrant church which offers a variety of growth and observation opportunities. You will have the opportunity to pray for the salvation and participate in the discipleship of men and women. The Airdrie RP Congregation is proactive in seeing the kingdom of God extended in its community. Download the syllabus here.