Friends and Alumni of Central Seminary can attend any or all of the masters level course hours offered at Central Seminary as a visitor. Attend on campus or online.

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak , all CBTS classes will be held entirely online until further notice.

All visitors must complete a visitor form in lieu of a formal seminary application. Enter the course number (e.g. CO501) and the course name (course schedules). The personal information requested is for our records only. The form below and the $100 visitor fee (not applicable to alumni) must be submitted to the seminary office at least one  before class begins; fee is payable by cash, check, or credit card. Please email info@centralseminary.edu for more information. Online visitor will need to have the proper hardware and software and abide by all seminary guidelines and etiquette. Click here for information.

Summer Modules:

 6/1–6/5
ST 651 Systematic Theology III: Anthropology and Pnematology (7:30am – 1:00pm)
A study of pneumatology (the biblical doctrine of the person and work of the Holy Spirit) and theological anthropology (the biblical doctrine of humanity). 

ST520 Christian Ethics (7:30am – 1:00pm)
A consideration of the various schemes of ethics viewed in light of the ethical teachings of the Word of God, consideration of the Christian world view, and the practical application of Christian ethics in various areas of life. 

6/8–6/12
BI 544 Acts (7:30am – 1:00pm)
An exposition of the book, concentrating on the transition from Israel to the church and the early development of the church. 

6/15–6/19
CO 560 Counseling Women (7:30am – 1:00pm)
A course for men and women with a focus on understanding and helping women biblically address the unique issues many of them face as they pass through mid-life. 

ST 626 Knowing and Loving God (7:30am – 1:00pm)
This course seeks to draw the student into a love-and-worship relationship with God by connecting ordinate affection with right doctrine and obedience. Students will receive guidance in personal and corporate adoration, will learn to distinguish affections from passions, and will confront the challenge of sustaining ordinate affections in view of the habitual idolatries that infest the human heart. 

Central Seminary is under no obligation to accept or allow visitors. Visitors are not subject to course requirements or attendance policies and they do not pay any other fees; therefore the following restrictions apply:

  • visitors should ask questions outside of class to maximize the opportunity for matriculated students to participate
  • visitor participation is up to the discretion of the professor
  • services covered by fees not paid, such as computer or library access, are not available to visitors
  • scholarships are not available to visitors
  • dress code is business casual