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Summer 2022 Course Offerings and Registration Instructions

Summer registration on Acorn. begins April 1.

Maximum course load in the summer: 4  (The average course load a student takes is 1-3 courses.)

REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS

  • Search for summer course offerings on the TST website
  • Consult with your Academic Advisor to ensure that the course(s) meet(s) degree program requirements.
  • Enrol in course(s) on Acorn.  For popular courses, students are advised to register on April 1.
  • Pay or defer summer fee when the fees invoice is available on Acorn or by the last day to pay as indicated under Enrolment Notes of the course listing on the TST website.
  • Please note that the home college offering the course has the right to drop a student whose status shows INVITed on the first day of classes.
  • Note the last day to drop the course without academic penalty.  This is posted under Enrolment Notes of the course listing on the TST website.
CPE Intensive
  • The college registrar will manually register students who have provided a copy of the signed acceptance letter.
  • The college registrar will drop the student from the unit if supporting documentation and if applicable, COVID-19 Quercus course have not been completed before the start of the unit.
  • Students must pay or defer payment of the unit by April 30.
2022 Summer

EMP 2015HF  Buddhism and Psychotherapy, MO, 17:00-21:00, May 2-June 27

  • MPS SCP: Category 5 DE; MPS Spiritual Care: Counselling DE
  • Maximum capacity: 30 students
    • Last day to register: April 15
    • Last day to pay or defer fee (OSAP): April 29
    • Last day to drop without academic penalty: May 11

EMP 2523HF Mental Health and Christian Theology, TU, 17:00-21:00, May 3-June 21

  • MPS SCP: Category 8 DE; MPS Spiritual Care: Counselling DE; MDiv: Church and Community DE
  • Maximum capacity: 20 students
    • Last day to register: April 15
    • Last day to pay or defer fee (OSAP): April 29
    • Last day to drop without academic penalty: May 11

EMP 3558HF Trauma-Informed Psycho-Spiritual Therapy, WE, 17:00-21:00, May 4-June 22

  • MPS SCP: Category 5 DE; MPS Spiritual Care: Counselling DE
  • Maximum capacity: 30 students
    • Last day to register: April 15
    • Last day to pay or defer fee (OSAP): April 29
    • Last day to drop without academic penalty: May 13

2022-2023 Emmanuel College Course Offerings

COURSE LEGEND

Basic Degree (MDIV, MPS, MSMUS, MTS and Certificate)

1000-level: Introductory or Foundational, normally no prerequisite.
2000-level: General or survey type. May or may not have prerequisites.
3000-level: Specialized - normally prerequisites are required.

Graduate Degree (MA, THM, DMIN, PHD)

5000-level: Courses for the Graduate Degree programs
6000-level: *3000-level courses upgraded for graduate credit
2022 Fall

Biblical

     
Course Code Lec Course Title Instructor
EMB 1003HF 101 Old Testament I Judith Newman
EMB 1501HF 101 New Testament I TBA
EMB 5347HF 101 Wisdom in the Second Temple Judith Newman
       

Field Education / Placement / Practicum

(Registrar will register students into course)

Course Code Lec Course Title Instructor
EMF 3020HY 101 Contextual Education Amy Panton
EMP 3113HY 101 Worship and Ritual Practicum LIM Swee Hong with Beth Anne Fisher
EMP 3551YY   SPE Basic Unit 1 Nazila Isgandarova
EMP 3552YY   SPE Basic Unit 2  
EMP 3553YY   SPE Advanced Unit 1  
EMP 3554YY   SPE Advanced Unit 2  
EMP 3571YY   SPE Basic Unit 1 Offsite  
EMP 3572YY   SPE Basic Unit 2 Offsite  
EMP 3574YY   SPE Advanced Unit 1 Offsite  
EMP 3575YY   SPE Advanced Unit 2 Offsite  
       

Historical

     
Course Code Lec Course Title Instructor
EMH 1010HF 101 History of Christianity I Matthew Dougherty
       

Pastoral

     
Course Code Lec Course Title Instructor
EMP 1301HF 101 Homiletics  HyeRan Kim-Cragg
EMP 1513HF 101 Intro to Counselling and Spiritual Care Pam McCarroll and Glenn McCullough
EMP 1621HF 101 Multi-Religious Theological Education Michelle Voss Roberts
EMP 2535HF 101 Human Growth Development Glenn McCullough
EMP 2581HF 101 Psychopathology in Mental Health Nazila Isgandarova
EMP 2861HF 101 Songs of the Church LIM Swee Hong
EMP 2875HY   TST Choir  
EMP 3541HF 101 Integrating Theory and Practice Glenn McCullough
EMP 3547HF 101 Buddhist Mindfulness Modalities Jennifer Bright
       

Theological

     
Course Code Lec Course Title Instructor
EMT 1620HF 101 History of Buddhist Traditions Henry Shiu
EMT 1631HF 101 Foundational Tenets Henry Shiu
EMT 1851HF 101 Qur'an I Esther Reiser
EMT 2151HF 101 Residential Schools: Enactment, Responses and Calls to Action Jonathan Hamilton-Diabo
EMT 2902HF 101 Christian Ethics in Context Nestor Medina
EMT 3101HF 101 Biography of the Prophet Esther Reiser
EMT 3412HF  101 Confessing Our Faith TBA 
EMT 3451HF 101 Mission and Religious Pluralism Tom Reynolds
EMT 3672HF 101 Theology, Violence and Peace Tom Reynolds
EMT 3951HF 101 Christian Ethics in a Historical Perspective Néstor Medina
EMT 5612HF 101 Comparative Theology Michelle Voss Roberts
EMT 5810HF 101 Trauma and Theology Pam McCarroll
EMT 6451HF 101 Mission and Religious Pluralism Tom Reynolds
EMT 6672HF 101 Theology, Violence and Peace Tom Reynolds
EMT 6951HF 101 Christian Ethics in a Historical Perspective Néstor Medina
2023 Winter

Biblical

     
Course Code Lec Course Title Instructor
EMB 1506HS 101 New Testament II TBA
EMB 2004HS 101 Old Testament II: Wisdom Judith Newman
       

Field Education / Placement / Practicum

(Registrar will register students into the course)

Course Code Lec Course Title Instructor
EMF 3020HY 101 Contextual Education Natalie Wigg-Stevenson
EMP 3113HY 101 Worship and Ritual Practicum LIM Swee Hong with Beth Anne Fisher
EMP 3551YY   SPE Basic Unit 1 Nazila Isgandarova
EMP 3552YY   SPE Basic Unit 2  
EMP 3553YY   SPE Advanced Unit 1  
EMP 3554YY   SPE Advanced Unit 2   
EMP 3571YY   SPE Basic Unit 1 Offsite  
EMP 3572YY   SPE Basic Unit 2 Offsite  
EMP 3574YY   SPE Advanced Unit 1 Offsite  
EMP 3575YY   SPE Advanced Unit 2 Offsite  
EMP 3145HS 101 MSMus Integrative Project & Practicum LIM Swee Hong
       

Historical

     
Course Code Lec Course Title Instructor
EMH 2211HS 6101 (ASYNC) Christianity Since 1491 Matthew Dougherty
       

Pastoral

     
Course Code LEC Course Title Instructor
EMP 1101HS 101 Worship I: Christian Public Worship LIM Swee Hong
KNP 1446HS 101 Educational Ministry of the Church V. Smit
EMP 1601HS 101 Context, Power and Coloniality Natalie Wigg-Stevenson
EMP 2010HS 101 Buddhist Approaches to Mental Health Jennifer Bright
EMP 2671HS 101 Buddhist Meditative Traditions Henry Shiu
EMP 2731HS 6201 (SYNC) Ministry of Governance and Administration Ian Manson
EMP 2875HY   TST Choir  
EMP 3520HS 101 Ecotherapeutic Approaches to SC Pam McCarroll
EMP 3521HS 101 Professional Ethics Néstor Medina
EMP 3538HS 101 Dreams Glenn McCullough
EMP 3541HS 101 Integrating Theory and Practice Pam McCarroll
EMP 3559HS 101 SC with Dying and Grieving Glenn McCullough
EMP 3855HS 101 Global Song and Contemporary Worship Leadership LIM Swee Hong
EMP 6520HS 101 Ecotherapeutic Approaches  Pam McCarroll
EMP 6855HS 101 Global Song and Contemporary Worship Leadership LIM Swee Hong
       

Theological

     
Course Code LEC Course Title Instructor
EMT 1101HS 101 Theology 1 Michelle Voss Roberts
EMT 2155HS 101 Engaging the Spirit: Indigenous Theological Worldviews Jonathan Hamilton-Diabo
EMT 2630HS 101 Buddhist Ethics Henry Shiu
EMT 3542HS 101 20th C Protestant Theologies Tom Reynolds
EMT 3613HS 6201 (SYNC) Religious Thought and Spirituality in Islam Nevin Reda
EMT 3873HS 101 Law, Ethics, and Society Nevin Reda
EMT 3881HS 101 Creativity and Theology Tom Reynolds
EMT 3911HS 101 From Assimilation to Interculturality Néstor Medina
EMT 6542HS 101 20th C Protestant Theologies Tom Reynolds
EMT 6613HS 6201 (SYNC) Religious Thought and Spirituality in Islam Nevin Reda
EMT 6873HS 101 Law, Ethics, and Society Nevin Reda
EMT 6881HS 101 Creativity and Theology Tom Reynolds
EMT 6911HS 101 From Assimilation to Interculturality Néstor Medina

2021 FALL - 2022 WINTER REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS - CONJOINT STUDENTS

COVID-19 Emmanuel College Student FAQ

Connectivity Issues

Should you experience any connectivity issues related to online learning (i.e., difficulty accessing Quercus from home), please contact the St. George Campus - Information Commons Help Desk.

For online learning minimum technology requirements, refer to these resources:

 

Fall/Winter Session 2020-2021

Academic Integrity

There seem to be more challenges with academic integrity in online courses. How is the University going to prevent and deal with cheating?
Academic integrity is one of the University’s core values and a key part of the teaching and learning relationship. Whether the learning environment is in person or online, faculty members and instructors will plan their course assessments with academic integrity guidelines as a top priority and communicate these to all students enrolled in the course. Any and all allegations of academic misconduct will be addressed through the University’s established policies and procedures. For more information, visit the Academic Integrity website.

Community and Spiritual Life at Emmanuel College

All registered students are automatically subscribed to our weekly EC@Home newsletter, which is a platform for current and upcoming online programming (including worship and spiritual practice gatherings) designed to keep our community together while we remain physically apart. This programming also resides on our EC@Home webpage. All fall events and gatherings will be virtual.

Courses

Where can I find a listing of the courses being currently offered?
You can find current course offerings in the “Information for the EM Community” Quercus site “2020-2021 Course Information and Registration” module. Course descriptions can be found in the TST Course Catalogue.

 

What’s happening with 2020 Fall classes?
Emmanuel College courses will be offered online. Read Announcements about Fall Semester Classes at TST: https://www.emmanuel.utoronto.ca/future-students/

The listed class times for asynchronous courses may be used by the instructor for office hours and/or study support.

What’s happening with 2021 Winter classes?
We hope that students who begin their studies online in the Fall will have the opportunity to join us safely on campus for the term starting in January. That said, we know that this might be difficult for many, and that the public health situation could prevent in-person gatherings in Winter 2021. Because of these factors, and to accommodate the planning students need to do before the school year begins, Emmanuel College is in the process of extending its commitment to online access to courses that start in January. Further updates on the Winter 2021 term will be available later in the year.

What you should know: Work and study permits for international students in Canada.

Visit the Study International website for updates

For newly admitted international students (UofT Office of the Vice-Provost Students)

Immigration, Refugees, Citizenship Canada (IRCC) information for visitors, foreign workers and students

Post-Graduation Work Permit

Fees

Will there be any reductions of tuition fees and/or changes to payment deadlines?
As we continue to deliver our academic programs and student services, we are maintaining tuition at planned levels. These planned levels include annual increases necessary to sustain and strengthen our commitment to investing in high-quality academic programs as well as student supports. Our faculty members, instructors, and staff are using the opportunities of the online learning format to expand students’ experience in new ways. Our goal is for students to continue to have transformative learning experiences under these new conditions. Detailed information about Fall/Winter 2020/21 fees and payment deadlines will be available in July.

Will there be any changes to incidental fees and payment deadlines?
Information about Fall/Winter 2020/21 incidental fees and payment deadlines will be available in July. Incidental fees are for support services and programs that contribute to the student experience and student well-being. Depending on which services, programs, and physical spaces can operate within public health guidelines in Fall 2020, some fees may be reduced or eliminated. Incidental fees are a compulsory part of all students’ tuition, and the amount of these fees is set on the understanding that all students will contribute to the cost of these services.

If I start my Fall term courses and am not doing well because of the online format, can I get a refund?
Visit our Fees & Refunds page for more information. More specific information for 2020/21, including refund schedules, will be available in July. Students can also consult with Emmanuel College’s registrar for more advice about refunds and dropping courses.

Other

I’m a returning student. Can I take a leave of absence?
Yes. How you take your leave of absence depends on whether you are a domestic or international student.

Domestic students who wish to take a leave of absence can choose not to enrol in courses for the year and cancel their registration for the session.

International students who wish to take a leave of absence might encounter issues with their study permit and/or post-graduation work permit eligibility. We recommend that international students consult with the University’s immigration advising team for more information about how a leave of absence may affect them.

If I live in Toronto, can I meet my classmates and professors in person?
Our highest priority is the health and well-being of our students, staff, and faculty. Current public health and physical distancing guidelines do not support in-person meetings between individuals who live in different households. If these guidelines change, we encourage students to socialize with each other while respecting any updated versions of the guidelines. Meetings with professors will depend, as always, on individual availability and also, in relation to COVID-19, specific health and safety needs.

For the Fall 2020 term, regardless of changes to public health guidelines around in-person meetings, no in-person attendance or meetings will be required to complete your courses.

REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS

Registration for 2021 Fall and 2022 Winter is from July 19 to August 11.

Step 1
Conjoint Basic Degree Students - Choose your (1000 to 3000 level) courses by consulting with your faculty advisor

Conjoint Graduate Students – Choose your (5000-6000 level) courses in consultation with your supervisor and/or supervisory committee

Step 2
Check your personal information to ensure it is current, and your UTORmail address is listed on ACORN

Step 3
Enroll in courses on ACORN as of July 19, 12:01 a.m. (ACORN Help)

Step 4
Pay 2021 Fall fees before August 11 OR Defer fees (see the "Fees, Refunds, Deferrals" panel)

FEES, DEFERRALS, REFUNDS

Fees and Refund Schedules

2021-2022 Domestic Tuition Fees

Category

Tuition Fee Amount

Basic degree (MDiv, MTS, MSMus, MPS, Certificate)

$602.00 per HF/HS/HY course

$1,204 per YY course

Master of Theology

$939.00 per HF/HS/HY course

$1,878 per YY courses

Doctor of Ministry

$7,209.00 program fee for students admitted 2016 to 2021

$367.00 program fee for students admitted 2015 or earlier

Doctor of Theology

$7,146.00 program fee for students admitted 2014

$367.00 program fee for students admitted 2013 or earlier

Conjoint MA and PhD in Theological Studies

$6,210.00 program fee

Non-Conjoint Basic Degree

$730.00 per HF/HS course

 

2021-2022 International Tuition Fees

Category

Tuition Fee Amount

Basic degree (MDiv, MTS, MSMus, MPS)

$2,609.00 per HF/HS/HY course

$5,218 per YY course

Master of Theology

$3,750.00 per HF/HS/HY course

$7,500 per YY courses

Doctor of Ministry

$15,520.00 program fee for students admitted 2016-2021

$580.00 program fee for students admitted 2015 or earlier

Doctor of Theology

$17,550.00 program fee for students admitted 2013-2015

$580.00 program fee for students admitted 2012 or earlier

Conjoint MA and PhD in Theological Studies

$24,975.00 program fee

 

It is the student’s responsibility to know the dates to drop a course (refer to "Key Academic Dates" in Emmanuel College's "Course Information and Registration" Quercus module) and the fees refund dates (visit the UofT Fees website for details).

Fee Payments

Visit the UofT "Making Payments" pages.

Automatic Fee Deferrals

Entering Theological Education Grant (automatic deferral applied to your ACORN account by mid-August) for full-time incoming conjoint basic degree students

John W. Billes Grant (automatic deferral applied to your ACORN account by August) for full-time MDiv students in the United Church of Canada Candidacy Pathway

Graduate Scholarship Package (automatic deferral) for graduate recipients

OSAP Tuition Fee Deferral

  1. Login to ACORN.
  2. Select "Tuition Fee Deferral" under the Finances menu, and accept the terms and conditions.
  3. If your request was approved, your registration status will say "Registered" for the upcoming semester.
FULL-TIME / PART-TIME EXPLAINED

Full-Time and Part-Time Status

It is important to understand that context determines full-time and part-time status during the academic year (September to April):

University of Toronto Definition of Full-Time (FT) and Part-Time (PT) Status  (Incidental fees charges will indicate FT or PT.)

Full-Time Status

  • A student enrolled in 2.0 full course equivalents (FCE) or more in the Fall or Winter session.
  • A student with approved FT status by Accessibility Services and enrolled in 1.0 FCE or more in the Fall or Winter session.  (Letter from Accessibility Services advisor is required.)

Part-Time Status

  • A student enrolled in 1.75 FCE or fewer in the Fall or Winter session.

 

OSAP Definition of Full-Time and Part-Time Status

Full-Time Status

  • A student enrolled in 60% to 100% course load (1.5 – 2.5 FCE) per Fall or Winter Session.
  • A student with approved FT status by Accessibility Services and enrolled in 1.0 FCE or more in the Fall or Winter session.  

Part-Time Status

  • A student enrolled in 20% to 40% course load (0.5 - 1.0 FCE) per Fall or Winter Session.

 

OSAP

We strongly advise students to check their OSAP account on a regular basis in case there are issues that need resolving in a timely manner.  For questions about your OSAP status, please contact UofT Enrolment Services.

 

UTSU Health and Dental Plan (based on UofT definition of FT and PT)

COURSE REGISTRATION EXCEPTION NOTES

Course Audit
Please contact the home college offering the course for their audit policy.

CPE Unit
The home college registrar must manually register a student into a CPE unit.  A copy of the letter of offer is required.

Diploma Add/Drop Registration Form
The home college registrar will manually register the approved courses for the student.

EM SPE Unit
The home college registrar will manually register a student into the unit.

MDiv Thesis
The home college registrar will manually register the approved MDiv thesis course code for the student.

MSMus Faculty of Music Registration Form
The home college registrar will manually register the approved Faculty of Music courses for the student.

Program Extension
The home college registrar will register a graduate student upon approval by the College Graduate Degree Director and the GCTS Office if second or extraordinary requests. Due date to submit completed form is July 31. Remember section 1 must be typed in before submitting the form for approval.

Reading and Research
The home college registrar will register a graduate student for R&R once the GCTS Office approves the request. Final due date to submit completed R&R form (sections 1 and 2 and first two signatures of section 3) is August 31. Remember sections 1 and 2 must be typed in.

OSAP & UTSU Health and Dental

OSAP Application

  • OSAP applications for the academic year are normally available in June for domestic students to apply.

UTSU Health and Dental Plan

  • Full-time conjoint basic and graduate students are automatically enrolled in the extended health and dental plan in September.  This plan for Toronto School of Theology students is the same as the undergraduate plan for St. George campus students. To be eligible for coverage from September to August, a student must be registered full-time in the fall and winter terms at the time of fall registration.
  • A student with extended health and dental coverage from elsewhere my OPT OUT during the month of September.
  • To be confirmed in early September

o   A part-time student may OPT IN to this plan before the end of September.  The student must be registered in the fall and winter terms to be eligible.

o   A student who has this coverage may enroll family members (spouse and/or dependent children).

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