• New York Theological Seminary has always been committed to making its programs and degrees as accessible as possible.  In today’s world, that often means online learning.  At NYTS you can complete your certificate or master’s degree (except for the MPS offered inside Sing Sing), and most of your doctoral degree online, face-to-face, or a combination of the two. 


    For its online learning NYTS uses MOODLE (an acronym for Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment).  As an interactive website with features and activities designed to engage learners and promote collaborative learning, MOODLE is one of the most widely used rapidly growing online learning systems in the world today.


    All learning at NYTS is supported by MOODLE.  Here you will find student announcements, news about community life, and the resources you need for successfully completing all classes and degrees.  Once inside your own page (protected by your password) you will find every course being offered in every semester or intensive period is listed, and a number of additional helpful resources you might need.  Some of the courses that are offered each year are conducted entirely in MOODLE, while others are blended (also known as hybrid or mixed-mode courses) where a portion of the learning takes place with face-to-face instruction and a portion is online.  Even face-to-face classes at NYTS use MOODLE for such things as posting the syllabus or making reserve readings available.

    Current Students: if you have MOODLE questions, please contact HelpDesk at helpdesk@mail.nyts.edu. In the email, include your name, your student identification number, your program affiliation (CP, MDiv, MAPCC, MAYM, MARLA or DMin) and the issue you are having with Moodle.

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by Lucy Cano - Friday, June 24, 2016, 2:12 PM

Dear All Certificate Programs Students

May the Lord shower you and your family with his bountiful blessings. I wish you a happy, healthy, safe and fun summer.

Please see the courses offered by the specific Certificate program, as follows:

Certificate in Ministry :  Session A: Old Testament and Biblical Exegesis and Session B: Christian Education and Church History.

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UPDATED Master's Summer 2016 Courses, Registration Information & Registration Form
by Lydia Bumgardner - Tuesday, June 21, 2016, 11:54 AM

From: Lydia Rodriguez-Bumgardner, Registrar


           Fax: 212-870-1236

Dear Masters Program students:

MYM2033: Caring & Protecting Our Most Vulnerable: Children in Ministry for June 2016 has been CANCELLED due to low enrollment.

Please see attached:

Summer 2016 Registration Information

UPDATED Summer 2016 Course List

UPDATED Summer 2016 Registration Form

Registration via email or fax anytime between now and 1 week before a course begins.

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REMINDER - 1 WEEK LEFT to Reserve Commencement DVDs
by A. Cathy Morales - Thursday, June 16, 2016, 5:05 PM

Congratulations Class of 2016

REMINDER: 1 WEEK LEFT! We are now accepting reservations for DVDs of the 2016 Commencement from Saturday, May 21, 2016. Anyone interested in purchasing a copy should fill out the form at www.nyts.edu/nytsgrad2016. We will be taking reservations until Friday, June 24, 2016. The DVD will cost $15 and payment is due at time of pickup.

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NYTS Alumna Pastor Deborah D. Jenkins Calls Upon Faith and Community Leaders
by A. Cathy Morales - Tuesday, June 14, 2016, 2:05 PM

NYTS Cityscape


NYTS Alumna Pastor Deborah D. Jenkins is calling upon Bronx-wide and Coop City Faith and Community Leaders to gather this Saturday, at 9:00 a.m., on the Lower-Level of the Coop City Dreiser Community Center 177 Dreiser Loop, Bronx, NY 10475 (in the Garden) to make comments and have a collective response to the tragedy in Orlando. Read the full press release at http://bit.ly/1OnGpXb

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Join Us For Radical Inclusion Roundtable Discussion
by Dr. Wanda M. Lundy - Tuesday, June 14, 2016, 8:13 AM

Join Us for a Roundtable Discussion about ministry with the LGBTQ+ community