Registration Open for RMSMT Spring Semester 2017 Featured

Tuesday, 03 January 2017 11:09

RMSMT logo DTSpring Semester for 2017 begins January 15 at Rocky Mountain School of Ministry and Theology! We are growing in our worldwide outreach and invite you to apply for entrance into our Master Degree programs and register for the following classes:

  1. OT600: Introduction to the Old Testament. This course surveys the contents and backgrounds of all the books of the Old Testament. It will be taught completely online with video lectures, online discussion, and other assignments. This will be an eight-week long course from January 15 through March 11. The video speakers for this are Dr. Bill Moulden and Dr. Glenn Giles. For this course, students should plan on about 18 hours per week to complete this course for the duration of the eight weeks.
  2. CH 600: Church History by Dr. Steve Kinnard. This course surveys the history of the Christian Church from its inception in the first century AD to today. This course will also be an eight-week course beginning March 19 and continuing through May 13. This class will also be a completely online course with video lectures from Dr. Kinnard, online discussion, and other assignments. For this course students should plan on working about 18 hours per week for the duration of the eight weeks.
  3. NT659: The Book of Acts. This course will run 16 weeks (not counting midterm break March 12-18) from January 15 through May 13. This course will be completely online with video lectures and online work. Students should plan on working about nine hours per week to complete the assignments for the duration of this course. The video and audio parts of this course are taught by Dr. Bill Moulden, Dr. Glenn Giles, John Lusk, and Dr. Gregg Marutzky. 

Please note that the Introduction to the Old Testament and the Church History courses are eight-week concentrated courses while The Book of Acts course runs for the duration of the semester (16 weeks).

To apply for admission and to register for this Spring Courses, please contact Dr. Glenn Giles at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and visit our website at

The deadline for submitting applications for admission for the courses which begin on January 15 is January 9, 2017.

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