RTS Announces Summer 2021 Courses

Reformed Theological Seminary is pleased to announce its schedule of course offerings for the summer 2021 semester. The seminary plans to be on campus in all locations, except New York City, with face-to-face residential education.

With more than 50 intensive residential course offerings, students will have the opportunity to study with RTS faculty from across the seminary, as well as noted guest professors, including Drs. D.A. Carson, Michael Horton, and Carl Trueman.

RTS will also offer 10 Remote Live and Sync courses. Drs. Sinclair Ferguson, Guy Waters, Gray Sutanto, Craig Sheppard, and others will provide live classroom exposition via Zoom.

Finally, the seminary will also provide its first-class distance education offerings of more than 35 courses through RTS Global. The Global campus will launch two new courses in June: Classics of Personal Devotion with John Muether and a freshly updated Ethics course with Dr. James Anderson. The ordinary 50% scholarship cap will remain lifted through summer 2021, meaning all scholarships will be credited in full towards Global courses.

“We’re excited about the lineup we’ve put together for the summer term,” said David Veldkamp, Vice President for Enrollment Management. “With sound theological education from first-rate faculty available both in-person and through flexible online formats, we trust that these courses will enrich our students’ preparation for service to Christ and his church.”

Students can contact their campus registrar for academic advising. Registration for summer classes opens at midnight on April 1 through Self-Service.