Arts ‘n’ Autism

The Arts ‘n’ Autism enrollment at Stillman College is a special educational program between Stillman College and Arts ‘n’ Autism. Applicants must be a member of the Arts ‘n’ Autism program to be admitted and enrolled in classes at Stillman College.

Courses are offered for Spring and Fall Terms.

If you are interested in one of these programs you can Apply Here – https://stillman.edu/special-programs-application/

Please contact Kara Sallee to get the password for this page.

Kara Sallee
Stillman Online Coordinator
Stillman College-Tuscaloosa, Alabama
205-366-8817 ext. 8800
[email protected]

 


Stillman College Certificate in Theology Program

Description of Program

The Stillman College Certificate in Theology Program (SCCTP) is designed to provide a top-rate, continuing education program for veterans in pastoral ministry, licensed ministers working within the local church, and laypersons who are serious about Christian theological education and who desire to provide more impactful service to the church and the world.

The program is a 5–12-month program, where student-learners will complete eight (8) courses to earn a certificate. The courses are offered in sessions with each session having a duration of six (6) weeks. A total of three courses are offered every session. Two courses are offered on the campus of Stillman College on two, separate nights a week, and one class online. The on-campus classes are on Monday and Thursday nights from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Program Objective

The program is designed to:

  1. Enable learners to enter church ministry
  2. Improve performance in church ministry
  3. Serve as continuing education avenue for church workers.

Learning Outcomes:

Those who complete the program will demonstrate:

  1. Basic understanding of biblical exegesis and hermeneutics
  2. Theological Reasoning and application of their theology as Christian educators
  3. Awareness of personal and professional identity in a ministerial capacity.

Courses Offered

List of required and cognate courses

To complete the program, students are required to take eight (8) of the following ten (10) courses. Course description for this courses are found in the Stillman College Catalogue for 2016-2019.

  1. REL 131 – Introduction to the Old Testament
  2. REL 132 – Introduction to the New Testament
  3. REL/THL 230 – Introductory Theologies
  4. REL 235 – World Religions
  5. REL 239 – Ethics
  6. REL 236 – Major Black Religious Leaders 1755-Present
  7. REL 334 – Life and Writings of Paul
  8. THL 231 – Foundations of Christian Education
  9. THL 331 – Homiletics
  10. THL 439 – Pastoral Care and Spiritual Development

Faculty

The faculty in the program are members of the Department of Religion and Theology plus the external liaison of the program, Rev. TyShawn Gardner, who is Pastor of Plum Grove Baptist Church and a doctoral student at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

– David Tonghou Ngong, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Religion and Theology, Stillman College

– Debra Moody Bass, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Religion and Theology, Stillman College

– Donald Chinula, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Religion and Theology, Stillman College

– Rev. TyShawn Gardner, Doctoral Student, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Pastor, Plum Grove Baptist Church

Application:

https://stillman.edu/special-programs-application/  

If you are interested in one of these programs please contact Kara Sallee on how to Apply

Kara Sallee
Stillman Online Coordinator
Stillman College-Tuscaloosa, Alabama
205-366-8817 ext. 8800
[email protected]


Contacts:

Dr. David Ngong

Email: [email protected]

Tel. 205-248-3224

Rev. TyShawn Gardner

Email: [email protected]

 


STEP at Lawson

Put your passion to work with a professional career and become a licensed teacher!

The Stillman College School of Education and the Lawson State Community College is committed to providing students with the tools necessary to be highly skilled successful educators, upon completion of the Lawson State degree. Stillman College will be offering a bachelor degree in Elementary or Special Education via online and hybrid face-to face classes at the Lawson State Bessemer campus.

Students will apply to Stillman as transfer students. Students accepted to Stillman will complete key education course work in Elementary or Special education in preparation for the STEP program and completion of their Baccalaureate Degree as a Stillman student .

Please see course offerings below for Spring 2019 .

Courses offered for Fall 2019

Special Education

  • EDU 231 Foundation of Education 3 Hours On-Campus Course
  • SPED 231 Intro to the Study of Exceptional Children 3 Hours On-Campus Course
  • PSY 332 Educational Psychology 3 Hours On-Campus Course
  • REL 132 Intro to the New Testament 3 Hours Online Course

 

Elementary Education

  • EDU 230 Integrating Technology in Education 3 Hours Online Course
  • EDU 232 Foundations of Education 3 Hours Hybrid Course
  • EDU 330 Intro to the Study of Exceptional Children 3 Hours Online Course
  • REL 132 Intro to the New Testament 3 Hours Online Course

 

For more information please contact: 

 

If you are interested in one of these programs please contact Kara Sallee on how to Apply

Kara Sallee
Stillman Online Coordinator
Stillman College-Tuscaloosa, Alabama
205-366-8817 ext. 8800
[email protected]

Eddie Fraction 

[email protected],edu

205-366-8117 ext. 8000

Dr. Alicia Curry 

[email protected]

205-366-8817 ext. 8001


If you are interested in one of these programs please contact Kara Sallee on how to Apply

Kara Sallee
Stillman Online Coordinator
Stillman College-Tuscaloosa, Alabama
205-366-8817 ext. 8800
[email protected]


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