Knox Theological Seminary, a fully-accredited graduate school, is now offering a Master of Arts (Biblical and Theological Studies) and a Master of Arts (Christian and Classical Studies) online along with an array of other online courses that may be applied to one or more of our accredited degree programs. The Knox curriculum is suited for a wide range of individuals desiring to lead and serve in various ministries–from pastor and academic, to Christian teacher, missionary and layperson.
Knox has entered into a dynamic partnership with Logos Bible Software, the largest developer in Bible software and a worldwide leader in multilingual electronic publishing. What does that mean for you? You will have an online classroom and a theological library at your fingertips, and both delivered via the latest in technological applications. So whether you are at a coffee shop or a ministry retreat, you will have access to the most innovative Bible research tools and teaching available.
We are combining a robust theological curriculum with cutting-edge technology and powerful research tools to present the finest and most comprehensive seminary education for today’s leaders in modern ministry. Browse our website and explore the possibilities.
The construction of Knox Online has three primary elements: a video-based lecture series, a Moodle-based learning management system, and a web-driven teleconferencing system. These three elements, combined together, have produced an online classroom infrastructure. Within the Knox Online classroom, students will be able to view professionally edited course lectures via video downloads on a weekly schedule, participate in online student-to-student forums designed to foster a learning community through intentional built-in activities, take quizzes and examinations, and speak live with the professor and course facilitators through strategically planned web-teleconferences. We will monitor a student’s progress to ensure that no one gets behind.
The purpose of this combination of technology is to replicate the classroom experience of peer/instructor interaction. Likewise, the design also intentionally employs an adult-based learning pedagogy that will provide students with an interactive learning environment.