March Online Courses
Starting next month, a series of online classes will feature current Christian Science Monitor correspondents. Mark Clayton, who covers energy, the environment, and cybersecurity, will teach the first course, beginning March 7. In addition, Bible scholar Madelon Maupin is back by popular demand with a course focusing on Paul’s letter to the Galatians. Now for the hard part: choosing which course to take!
This session runs from March 4 to March 29—four weeks of learning at your own pace with once-a-week live sessions with your instructor and classmates. Save your spot in one of these classes today:
Cyberconflict: Weapons of Mass Disruption
Faculty: Mark Clayton
Live sessions meet Thursday evenings, 7:30–8:30 p.m. CT.
Ordinary citizens as well as businesses and governments are increasingly vulnerable to cybersecurity breaches. Learn about the politics and technology behind these threats and the efforts to block them.
Galatians: Handling False Influences
Faculty: Madelon Maupin
Live sessions meet Tuesday evenings, 8–9 p.m. CT.
Paul’s brief but power-packed letter to the Galatians explores key theological themes and reinterprets an Old Testament story in light of Jesus’ teachings. Learn about this important letter and its author.
Read full course descriptions and register today—with special pricing of only $95 per course!