Responding to COVID-19: The campus will continue to be closed until further notice. See our COVID-19 page for details and updates.

Applications for our Fall courses will open in August. 

We are a robustly Christian learning community committed to whole-person, interdisciplinary training that transforms. We are known as a graduate school and seminary, but many of our courses are also open to the community for graduate credit, audit, and continuing education units. We invite you to listen, learn, and respond with us to a world in profound need of people who are courageous, embodied, and spiritually-rooted. Our spring term begins on April 20, 2020 and all courses are being held online. We encourage you to apply. All are welcome. Browse our complete list of courses.

Leadership in Organizations I

May 12—June 19, 2020, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10:00am-3:00pm PDT (3 credits | RLM 510)
June 2 and June 4, 10:00am-5:00pm PDT

Taught by Rose Swetman, this course will examine the importance of Christian Leadership with regard to personal leadership in multiple contexts: primarily, the church, parachurch, and non-profit settings. It will explore the importance of character, discover different leadership styles, explore gender issues and give a theological framework for leadership. Recognizing that leadership exists in context, the student will learn to discern their place in leadership within specific environments.

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Theology of Eroticism

Dan-Allender-Circle

May 21-23, 2020, 9:00am-6:00pm PDT (2 credits | TCE 532)

Taught by Dr. Dan Allender and Dr. Tremper Longman III, this intensive will address the development of a biblical theology of sexual eroticism from the vantage point of the book Song of Solomon. Special emphasis will be placed on addressing the sexual issues faced by students who live in a sexually casual and charged culture in order to develop strategies for exploring those issues in a therapeutic context.

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We Invite You to Listen, Learn, and Respond With Us

We offer non-degree and community audit admission for individuals desiring to get their feet wet by taking a course or two; students enrolled in other graduate programs who want to take a course for transfer credit; professionals seeking continuing education units; and curious folks who simply love learning. All are welcome. We keep the admissions process simple and relational, and there is no cost to apply.

Non-Degree Enrollment

Non-degree enrollment provides an official record and transcript of for-credit coursework, which serves as proof of seat hours for continuing education units or as documentation for transferring credits into a degree program. Non-degree tuition is $660 per credit hour.

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Community Audit Enrollment

Community audit enrollment provides the opportunity to participate in our learning community by attending classes. An official record and transcript is provided but coursework is not credit bearing. The transcript provides seat hours, which serves as proof of seat hours for continuing education units. Community audit tuition is $250 per credit hour.

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Connect With Us

Feel free to connect with us at (206) 876-6155 or at admissions@theseattleschool.edu for questions or conversation.