One Week Intensives
One week intensive courses require 100 per cent student dedication during the week the class meets. Students must complete a pre-reading list before embarking on the course. In some cases, students must complete a paper prior to beginning the class. Students then meet either at TWU or in a retreat or camp setting where they participate in three to six hours of classes daily for five consecutive days. Outside of class time, students are expected to interact with other learners and the faculty member about the impact of the course content on their developing worldview. At the conclusion of the one week intensive, students are assigned a major paper that must be submitted to the professor at a predetermined time (typically two to four weeks after the completion of the class).back to top
This page contains official TWU academic program information.