Theology of Eroticism
Theology of Eroticism is a two-credit, graduate-level course taught by Dr. Dan Allender and Dr. Tremper Longman III at The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology. This course is open to the public through Community Audit ($500 total) or Non-Degree enrollment ($660 total).
About Theology of Eroticism
Dr. Dan Allender co-teaches this course with Dr. Tremper Longman III. Together they explore a biblical theology of sexual eroticism from the vantage point of the book Song of Solomon. Special emphasis will be placed on addressing the sexual issues faced by students who live in a sexually casual and charged culture in order to develop strategies for exploring those issues in a therapeutic context.
Theology of Eroticism is a two-credit, graduate-level course offered by The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology. Non-Degree and community audit admissions is available for individuals desiring to experience a course; students enrolled in other graduate programs who want to take a course for transfer credit; professionals seeking continuing education units; and curious folks who simply love learning. All are welcome.
Community Audit students have the opportunity to participate in our learning community by attending classes. An official record and transcript is provided but coursework is not credit bearing. The transcript provides outlines seat hours, which serves as proof of seat hours for continuing education units. The cost to community audit is $250 per credit hour ($500 total for this course).
Non-degree students have the same rights and responsibilities as a degree-seeking student and may take up to 12 graduate hours either for credit or audit, but are not eligible to receive Title IV student financial assistance. Non-degree enrollment provides an official record and transcript of coursework, which serves as proof of seat hours for continuing education units or as documentation should you wish to transfer credits into a degree program at The Seattle School or another graduate program. The cost of non-degree enrollment is $330 per credit hour ($660 total for this course).