Classes are now being formed for the Fall Semester 2011.
It is time for you to decide which of our four outstanding degree programs in Apostolic And Prophetic Studies (Associate's, Bachelor's, Master's, Doctoral) and which courses you need to take for the FALL SEMESTER of ATS.
Classes will begin September 12, 2011 and will run through December 30, 2011.
If you enroll now, you will have time to apply for the right degree, forward your transcripts, apply for a scholarship, and make any necessary financial arrangements.
Some of the premier courses being offered during the coming Fall-Winter Semester are: AD250 The Non-Negotiables of Apostolic Christianity, AD501 Messiah's Day, AD700 Gospel of the King & The Transformation of Nations, AM190 Spiritual Formation For Ministry, AM250 The Work of Apostles and Apostolic Companies in the 21st Century, AM410 Imprecatory Psalms, Praying the Justice Prayers of the Church, NT463 Revelation of John, and EM400 Native Religions, Indigenous Peoples, and Christian Mission.
All of these courses are required for all four of our outstanding degrees (Associate's, Bachelor's, Master's, and Doctoral).
In addition to these outstanding courses, ATS will also offer a new course entitled, Spiritual Authority. Using Watchman Nee's classic text, this important course will be taught by Dr. Jim Bradshaw, Dean of the School of Ministry and Applied Theology. Chancellor George Kouri is also offering a new course, Recovering The Keys of the Kingdom.
To review ATS degree programs and course requirements go to http://www.atsvirtual.org/areas-of-study.
To preview Current Course descriptions go to http://www.atsvirtual.org/current-courses.
To read about the registration and enrollment process go to http://www.atsvirtual.org/admissions .
Please note: Beginning in February of 2011, ATS moved from an open format to a semester format for all of our online courses. This was done to enable our teachers and faculty overseers to oversee the courses and monitor the work of our degree students to assure the integrity of our degrees. ATS degree students may still enjoy the benefit of working online at their own pace. But all degree students will be assigned a faculty adviser.
Posted on Tue, June 14, 2011
by George Kouri