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Important Dates and Events

 

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Resource of the Month!

 

Biblical Perspectives on the Definition of Male / Female and Marriage

From the New Series "Ministering in Our Equal Marriage Culture"

(Approx. 1 Hour 21 Minutes)

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Dr. Todd Miles is Professor of Theology at Western Seminary where he teaches Theology, Hermeneutics, Church History, and Ethics. He also currently serves as an Elder at Hinson Church in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Miles is an double alumnus of Oregon State University, and earned the Master of Divinity from Western Seminary and his Ph.D. from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He and his wife Camille have six children and live in the Portland area.

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Online Help Resources

On occasion, we all need help. The Online Campus continues to create helpful text and video help resources to make your use of our advanced learning systems easier. Whether you need assistance with Integr@te, the Online Learning Centers or even your regional campus' online classrooms, you will likely find what you need at the following link:

Online Help

Behind the Curtain: Meet Keane Collins!

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One of the first people new and prospective online students encounter is Keane Collins, Western Seminary’s Director of Online Student Services. Over the course of their programs they will come to appreciate deeply Keane’s experience and insights as a former student as he guides them through their studies. Still, few really know who Keane is and how he came to serve at Western.

Keane describes himself as a product of both coasts, growing up in Southern California before moving with his family to upstate New York at the age of 10. When it came time for college, his love of the beach culture brought him back to California where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Aquatic Biology from the University of Southern California, Santa Barbara...

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 State Authorizations

The online (distance education) program of Western Seminary is currently authorized to operate in 47 of the 50 states and the District of Columbia under the terms of the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA). In two other states we operate  by authorization of the state's governing agency or by a regulatory exemption for distance education programs. Western Seminary is not currently approved to offer credit courses or programs by distance education in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Prospective online students who reside in Massachusetts should contact the admissions office prior to application for more information.

 News Update: Curriculum Change

If you are currently a student at Western Seminary, you have likely heard about the curriculum change that will be implemented beginning in the Fall 2017 semester. The changes will likely impact your selection of courses and, by your choice, may impact the length of your program. To learn more, please click on the link below to learn more about the soon-coming changes.

CURRICULUM CHANGE HOME

 

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Get in Touch

Jim Stewart
Jim Stewart
Executive Dean of the Online Campus
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