Undergraduate Timetable 2017

On-Site Semester 1: 27 February to 12 June 2017

 MondayTuesdayWednesday
AM
9.30-12.30
MB6/735 Gospels: Luke (SH)Formation Tuesday:
PL Training, YPL Groups,
Mission Track, Intermission and
Formation Groups
MS510 - Te Ao Maori (SMK)

MB6/731 Prophets: A Canonical Reading (CS)
PM
1.45-4.45
MB6/723 People of God (AP)

MB526 Insights into Church History (JT)
MB630 Understanding Culture (AP)

MB532 Introduction to the New Testament (SH)
MB6/726 Baptist Churches (JT/AP)
Evening
6.30-9.30
MM561 Introduction to Pastoral Care (PH)
Note: If courses fall on a public holiday, the class will be rescheduled to the week after normal teaching concludes
Where courses are offered at both levels 6 and 7 it is indicated by the 6/7 format. Eg MB6/736 indicates that “Gospels: Luke” is available as both a level 6 and level 7 course.

Block Courses

Each semester a number of our undergraduate courses are offered using intensive blocks of teaching. These teaching blocks are normally held at the Auckland campus and operate over four, five or six days in either one or two blocks.

For students, the study time for these courses is still spread over a full semester. In addition to attending the intensive teaching blocks, students will complete readings and assessment tasks during the time before and after the teaching block.

Block courses are a great way for students to interact intensively over a short period with the lecturer – either a Carey staff member or a visiting specialist “expert” lecturer.

MM572 Foundations of Youth Ministry (SK/HAB) 9-11 March - Auckland (Part 1 of 2)
MI700 Integrative Project
(PH/CS/SH/MH) 16 - 17 March
MM665 Personal Leadership (BH) 20-24 MarchMM572 Foundations of Youth Ministry (SK/HAB) 23-25 March - Wellington (Part 1 of 2)
MM6/788 Special Topic: Issues Facing the Church Today (MD)
MM572 Foundations of Youth Ministry (SK/HAB) 11 - 13 May - Auckland (Part 2 of 2)
MM572 Foundations of Youth Ministry (SK/HAB) 18 - 20 May - Wellington (Part 2 of 2)

Distance Courses

MB6/735 Gospels: LukeMB526 Insights into Church HistoryMB532 Introduction to the New Testament
MB6/723 People of GodMB630 Understanding Culture*MB6/726 Baptist Churches
MB6/731 Prophets: A Canonical ReadingMM561 Introduction to Pastoral Care
*This course includes an optional mini-block: 2 full days of classes: Dates to be advised

Non-Classroom Field Education Courses

Available in Semester 1 only
MF504 Field Education I Family and Children (RR)
MF604 Field Education II Family and Children (RR)

Field Education
Youth Pastoral Leadership and Pastoral Leadership (SK/JW)
Available in both Semester 1 or Semester 2
MF501 / 601 / 701 Reflective Field Education I/II/III (RR)
Full Year courses
MF505/605/705 Christian Ministry Training I/II/III Internship (RR)

Key to Lecturers / Tutors:

AJ = Alan JamiesonCS = Csilla SaysellMD = Mick DuncanRR = Rachel Roche
AP = Andrew PicardGW = George WielandMH = Myk Habets
SMK = Sandy Kerr
BH = Brian HarrisHAB = Heather Ameye-BeversMP = Mark PowellSK = Sam Kilpatrick
BT = Brook TurnerJT = John TuckerPH = Phil HalsteadSH = Sarah Harris
CJ = Carlton Johnstone