Students can view details about the D.Min. program in the D.Min. Preview Module Guide on Westminster Courses, Westminster’s Course Management System. The D.Min. Preview Module Guide contains course offering information, course syllabus, and registration procedures. Students may contact the Registrar’s Office prior to the registration period at firstname.lastname@example.org in order to express course selection intentions.
Registration opens late March/early April. Students are encouraged to register as early as possible to ensure that all pre-module assignments are completed by the first day of the module. Students must register for D.Min. modules no later than July 15 (see the Academic Calendar if the 15th falls on a weekend). After the registration deadline, late registrations must be approved by the D.Min. program director. If approved, a late fee will apply. Registration is contingent upon receipt of a transcript showing completion of any prerequisite degree. Registration deadlines are stated in the Academic Calendar. No student in the D.Min. program is permitted to register after the first day of the module.
6.10.2.c 'Drops', Withdrawals and related issues affecting academic record or enrollment status
All requests to drop or withdraw from a module, withdraw from the program, or any other request that may affect a student’s academic record or enrollment status must be communicated in writing to the Registrar’s Office for consideration of approval. If the Registrar’s Office does not receive written communication, that request will not be recognized by the administration. Written communication may be in the form of email, fax, or letter.
6.10.2.d Incomplete Requests (Requests for extension to complete post-modular assignments)
If extenuating circumstances (unusual and unavoidable circumstances which hinder completion of assigned work) prohibit students from submitting post-modular assignments by the deadline, a grade of incomplete may be requested.
6.10.2.e Degree Completion Worksheets
A Degree Completion Worksheet (DCW) indicates the requirements necessary to complete a particular degree program and is designed to aid in student academic planning and advising. It is important that students become familiar with and make use of the DCW for their particular D.Min. concentration. DCW’s are available on the Registrar’s Office section of the Seminary’s website.
6.10.2.f Financial Information
Tuition/fee payment for the D.Min. program is based on a yearly fee structure (please see the Financial Information section of the catalog). The yearly fee remains the same regardless of the number of modules or credit hours taken in a given academic year and does not include any prerequisite courses that are taken at Westminster while enrolled in the D.Min. program.