Current continuing education (CE) courses are listed as follows:
1) title, 2) level (general, intermediate, advanced), 3) credits,
4) delivery method (online live, online archived, or residential),
5) description, and 6) requirements (assignment and deadline).
General Studies are offerings for beginning students and those who want a firm foundation in the Bible (100-200 level courses).
Intermediate Studies are offerings for those who wish to move beyond the basics and are more effective after General Studies have been completed (300-400 level courses).
Advanced Studies are offerings for those who wish to conduct an extensive study of the topic (500-600 level courses).
St. Anthony's offers courses in a growing number of disciplines related to Biblical Studies (BIB), Biblical and Cognate Languages (LANG), Christian Counseling (CCS), History (HIS), Ministry and Church Development (MIN), Missions (MIS), and Theology (TH). House of Studies: Old Catholic Studies (OC). The codes appearing before each course title serves as a guide to students and is subject to revision and update as course offerings grow.
Online Live refers to a course/webinar that is online, interactive, and synchronous (i.e., participants meet at same time).
Online Archived refers to a course/webinar that is archived online and asynchronous (i.e., participants determine when and where to learn).
Hybrid refers to a course/webinar that includes a synchronous (i.e., participants meet at same time) online live or residential element AND an asynchronous (i.e., participants determine when and where to learn) online archived element.
Residental refers to a course/seminar that is face-to-face, interactive, and synchronous (i.e., participants meet in a physical location at a set time).
Current (below) and Future (click here) Courses/Webinars/Seminars