Adjunct Faculty Resources
If you are an PSR adjunct teaching for the current year, please consult the Adjunct Orientation Memorandum, which contains basic information that might help you in having a smooth semester teaching at PSR.
Course Scheduling Information forms
All courses in the GTU course catalog are submitted by faculty through Course Scheduling Information forms to the registrar and are subjected to the approval of the Dean. Generally the forms for the course offerings of a particular academic year must be submitted by faculty in early Fall of the previous year. Look for email reminders in early Fall.
Regular Course Scheduling Information form
Intersession or Summer Course Scheduling Information form
Core Faculty and Advisor Resources
Special Reading Course forms >>
Teaching and Research Assistant application >>
Other GTU Faculty Resources for area convening and doctoral students >>
Degree and Certificate Program worksheets
Program worksheets and checklists do not encompass all program rules and
requirements, but they are often helpful for student advising, so they are posted
below for your convenience. Complete program manuals may be downloaded at the
Degree and Certificate Programs page.
- Certificate of Advanced Professional Studies
- Certificate in Sexuality and Religion
- Certificate of Special Studies (no worksheet)
- Certificate of Swedenborgian Theology
- Certificate of Theological Studies
- Doctor of Ministry
- Master of Arts (GTU degree)
Non-Biblical Languages checklist
Biblical Languages checklist
- Master of Theological Studies
- Master of Divinity
- Academic Programs Common Policies Chart
PSR syllabi or revisions of syllabi are due to the Dean's Office before each registration period and are required to be filed by the Dean's Office unless otherwise noted. Syllabi can serve many purposes for students and the instructors including but not limited to: working towards an upfront understanding between the instructor and students so as to maximize clarity on policies relating to the course; setting clear expectations of material to be learned or learning outcomes; providing a general outline and schedule of the of course organization. Course syllabi may be used for accreditation purposes and are usually made available to students during registration periods to assist them in deciding what to take. In general, course syllabi should include:
- Basic information about the instructor, title of the course, etc.
- General instructional schedule
example: week by week description of lecture topics
- Expected measurable learning outcomes for the course
- Grading policy
- Explicit attendance policy
- List of key assignments on which grades will be based and their due dates
- List of texts and readings, what is required/recommended/optional
- Inclusion of plagiarism policy, policy for English as Second Language students, an Anti-Discrimination Statement, incomplete policy, use of technology in classrooms policy or statement that PSR has such policies and where to find them
- We encourage PSR syllabi to include PSR's direction statement, and if the course is an MDiv required course, inclusion of the MDiv program goals.
For more information on syllabi and guidelines on how to write learning outcomes for syllabi, please contact the Office of the Dean. Please consult sample syllabi template. For further guidance see Example 1, Example 2 and Example 3.
Textbooks for PSR courses are ordered to be available for purchase through the GTU Consortial Bookstore on Amazon.com. The Dean's Office will serve as the primary liason between faculty and the book store managers. The request for text book orders will occur sometime in the middle of the preceding semester. Please see the PSR Text Book Adoption Form and forward completed form to Dean's Office when requested. Summer Session instructors please use the GTU Text Book Adoption Form for Summer Session and refer questions to the Summer Session Office.
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Trying to email the students in your class or your advisees as a mass emailing can be a challenge. If you would like to send out one email to your student/advisees in a group email follow these steps:
1) Click on "My Class Roster" or "My Advisees" in your WebAdvisor account
2) Copy (ctrl C) the entire roster.
3) Open Microsoft Excel
4) Paste (ctrl V) the roster into Excel
5) With the entire list still highlighted go to "Edit" ==> "Clear" ==> "Formats"
6) You should then be able to highlight just the email address column without highlighting other fields.
7) Highlight the email address column, copy, then paste into the BCC field of your group email to your class/advisees.