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Undergraduate Timetable

On-site course timetable

Semester One
7 March – 1 July 2022

Monday Tuesday Wednesday

AM
9.30

12.00

MS510
Te Ao Māori*
(Manakinui Te Kahu)

MS630
Understanding Culture*
(Andrew Picard and
Jaimee van Gemerden)

FORMATION TUESDAY
9am
Pastoral Leadership,
Youth Pastoral Leadership,
Mission Track,
Ngā Pou Amorangi

10am
General formation,
Intermission formation

11.15am
Chapel

 MB6/724
Humanity and Hope
(Christa McKirland and
Rebecca Webb)

PM
1.30

4.00

MB532
Introduction to the New Testament
(Sarah Harris)

MB6/736
Gospels: John
(Sarah Harris)

MM561
Introduction to Pastoral Care
(Phil Halstead)

MB6/732
Pentateuch
(Michael Rhodes)
Online class only

MB526
Insights into Church History
(John Tucker and
Jaimee van Gemerden)

INTERMISSION

PM
1.30

4.30

MF409
Learning to Live
On-site class only
(Caleb Haurua)
MF430
Exploring God’s Word
On-site class only
(Caleb Haurua)
MF421
Christian Worldview
On-site class only
(Bridget Barnard)

EVE
5.30

8.45

MM6/794
Poverty, Transformation and the Gospel
(George Wieland)
MF5/6/701 Reflective Field Education and MF5/6/705 Contextual Theological Praxis courses are facilitated fully online.
See your CareyOnline course for details.

Semester Two
25 July – 18 November 2022

Monday Tuesday Wednesday

AM
9.30-12.00

MB521
Thinking Theologically
(Christa McKirland)

MS6/705
Christian Spirituality
(Jim McInnes)

FORMATION TUESDAY
9am
Pastoral Leadership,
Youth Pastoral Leadership,
Mission Track,
Ngā Pou Amorangi

 MM661
Pastoral Counselling
(Phil Halstead)

MB6/748
Biblical Narrative Old Testament
(Michael Rhodes)
Online class only

INTERMISSION
AM 9.00-12.00
MF409
Learning to Live
On-site class only
(Caleb Haurua)

10am
General formation,
Intermission formation

11.15am
Chapel

PM
1.30-4.00

MB6/738
Revelation and Justice of God
(Andrew Picard and
Emma Stokes)

MB531
Introduction to the Old Testament
(Michael Rhodes)
Online class only

MB6/720
Christology
(Christa McKirland)

MM6/768
Adolescent Development and Spirituality
(Sam Kilpatrick)

MM581
Mission of God
(George Wieland)

INTERMISSION
PM 1.30-4.30
MF478
Faith Engaging Social Issues
On-site class only
(Bridget Barnard)

MF5/6/701 Reflective Field Education and MF5/6/705 Contextual Theological Praxis courses are facilitated fully online.
See your CareyOnline course for details.

Block course timetable

Semester One
7 March – 1 July 2022

Course Dates and Time
MM572
Foundations of Youth Ministry*
(Sam Kilpatrick)
25 March, 12pm

25 March, 5pm

Plus online Wednesdays 9.30am-12.30pm (see CareyOnline)

MM665
Missional Leadership
(Elliot Rice and Sarah Rice)
26-29 April
9.30am-4.45pm

Plus Zoom classes (see CareyOnline)

MM6/795
Special Topic: Reaching Your Community
(Mick Duncan)
2-6 May
9.30am-4.45pm

*This is a residential block course (on-site) that includes evening sessions and planned time together. Mattresses and meals are provided.

Semester Two
25 July – 18 November 2022

Course Dates and Time

INTERMISSION

MF402
Making Life Work*
(Mick Duncan)

3-5 August &
5-7 October

9.30am-4.45pm

MB6/744
1 Corinthians
(Jonathan Robinson)
1-3 September
9.30am-4.45pm

Plus fortnightly Zoom classes on Monday 7-9pm (see CareyOnline)

MM663
Intro to Preaching
(Paul Windsor and John Tucker)
5-8 September
9.30am-4.45pm

Plus Zoom classes (see CareyOnline)

MM565
Children’s Ministry
(Annette Osborne)
19-23 September
9.30am-4.45pm

*Attendance is compulsory where there is more than one block course e.g. Making Life Work: you must attend both August and October block courses.

Full Year
7 March – 18 November 2022

Course Dates and Time
MI700
Integrative Project
(Sarah Harris and Michael Rhodes)
31 March – 1 April &
11 November

9.30am-4.45pm

Plus Zoom classes (see CareyOnline)

NB: Attendance for block courses is required and expected in order to maximise the learning experience. If you are unable to attend a block course please discuss this in advance with your teachers.

MF5/6/701 Reflective Field Education and MF5/6/705 Contextual Theological Praxis courses are facilitated fully online. See your CareyOnline course for details.

MS510 Te Ao Māori and MB630 Understanding Culture have noho marae with two full days of classes each: 7-8 April 2022.

All Carey courses can be studied as a regional/distance student—either live via Zoom during the published time above OR by accessing the recording uploaded to CareyOnline.

Published times are for on-site classes. All classes also offer a ‘live’ Zoom option. Regional/distance students are encouraged to join live via Zoom where possible.

Where courses are offered at both levels 6 and 7 it is indicated by the 6/7 format, e.g. MB6/736 indicates that “John” is available as both Level 6 and Level 7.

If courses fall on a public holiday, the class will be rescheduled to the week after normal teaching concludes.

Postgraduate Timetable

Block course timetable

Full Year Courses
7 March – 18 November 2022

Course Dates and Delivery Mode Time
MA801
Research Methods in Applied Theology
(George Wieland)
Full year, block delivery
On campus blocks
24-25 March | 19-21 September
Research Conference: 22 September

9.30am

4.45pm

MA805
Inner Healing
(Phil Halstead)

Full year, block delivery
On campus blocks
25-27 May

Plus Zoom classes: 17 March, 21 April, 30 June, 4 August,
1 September, 20 October

9.30am

4.45pm

MA812
Leadership: Divine and Human
(Mick Duncan)

Full year, block delivery
On campus blocks
27-29 April

Plus Zoom classes: 31 March, 2 June, 7 July, 18 August,
29 September, 20 October

9.30am

4.45pm

MA823
Special Topic (Theology): Human Flourishing
(Christa McKirland and Rebecca Webb)

Full year, block delivery
On campus blocks
3-5 March | 18-19 July

Plus Zoom classes: 5 May, 9 June, 28 July, 15 September,
6 October, 3 November

9.30am

4.45pm

MA829
Public Theology and the Church
(Andrew Picard and Michael Rhodes)

Full year, block delivery
On campus blocks
10-12 March

Plus Zoom classes: 14 April, 12 May, 16 June, 11 August,
15 September, 13 October

9.30am

4.45pm

Carey Graduate School courses are taught on-campus in blocks.

Attendance at block courses is required for all postgraduate students. If you are unable to attend please discuss this in advance with your course teacher.