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Archaeology of the New Testament (SPAR201/48784)

 August 3 -  17, 2017

 

Registration & Dorm Check In: August 3, 2017

Final Day for Dorm Check Out: August 17, 2017

Academic Hours: 60 | Credits: 4

Tuition: $1,780 | Housing: $420

 
From his birth to his Crucifixion, Jesus of Nazareth changed the course of history as few did before him or have done since. The belief that he was the Messiah captured the hearts of many and by the fourth century Christianity became the official religion of the whole Roman Empire. This specially designed course will review and analyze the archaeological record of Christian activity in the Holy Land, from the time of Jesus and up to the Crusades. It will be comprised of class meetings, and intensive field trips to Jerusalem, the Galilee, and the Judean Desert.

Application Information 

 

Applicants currently enrolled in or who have completed an MA program are able to earn graduate credits for their participation in a summer course. More information on earning graduate credits is available on our website.

 

Take a look at our Online Application Instruction Video and the Overview of the Application Guidelines with useful information on how to complete and submit your online application.

 

 

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  Application Deadline: May 15th, 2017

  

 

 


 


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