Important Documents Pertaining to Attendance, upcoming/current semester schedules, etc.
Note: Visit the F.A.Q. page if you have questions about any of these documents, or other questions about registration, enrollment, or applying to attend Sherman Institute. You may contact co-Founder Aaron Bolinger at 803-369-3605 for general inquiries about attending, or becoming an instructor with Sherman Institute.
TECHNICAL NOTE: Links are being updated beginning 12-29-15. Many of the previous flyers/link here led to contact information that had changed with Phase II of the Technology Improvement program. Moving into Phase III, a slight reorganization of the top level domains may affect links. Pardon the dust while we update our servers and software. If you think a link is missing, it probably is. We are working ’round the clock to complete these upgrades and updates. Thank you for your patience, and check back shortly!
FEATURED SPRING SEMESTER COURSE:
TH-330 (What Time Is It?) reviews world and biblical calendar systems, bible prophecy & more.
Course Catalog [Be patient/expect a minute or two for download, depending on your connection speed, as this document is now around 95 mb in file size.]
Spring Semester 2016 Upcoming Semester Course Offerings (Start Date: Mar. 1, 2016)
Some General FLYERS about Sherman Institute Courses/Programs
LINK How Many S.I. Courses Use the Great Books?
LINK Master’s in Constitutional Scholarship Program
LINK The end of Common Core
LINK Finishing School for Americans
LINK American History (Major/Minor/Masters) Curricula
LINK Journalism Program Launched
LINK Education Program Launched
LINK Fee Schedule/Payment Info
Detailed Course Descriptions
Below are links to single-page flyers that are enhanced descriptions of just a few of the programs, courses and collections of courses offered by Sherman Institute. The lead to PDF documents (which may show in your browser, if you have a PDF plugin, or they may download). The Course Catalog, and descriptions shown on the .US site with each course are very short, where these flyers explain things in more detail. Print them, pass them out, link to them to show others, etc. Headings below organize them into the categories corresponding to the Catalog.
[NOTE: Many of these courses are “visible” on our academic site. However, you must be a registered user before you can get into the course materials. You must contact the instructor of the course, take care of enrollment with them, and be otherwise Admitted to Sherman Institute, before being able to take these courses. The .US site runs on Moodle academic software, and everything on that site is “authentication based.” Clicking links into the courses will not work, unless you are logged in, and authorized. The below links are informational flyers only. Contact the instructor for more details, a course syllabus, required textbook information, etc.]
For recent news, new courses coming, etc. visit the S.I. News page!
Also note: Many of these flyers could still point to a web site that was [as of May 2014] retired from service. (Older promo pieces…) They may also contain incorrect e-mail addresses on our instructors, due to the lightning strike that took down our e-mail server. If seeking to attend any course and you run into a broken link or contact information, call 803-369-3605 and ask for Aaron. We’ll get you to the right location immediately, and apologize for these inconveniences.
Short (Continuing Education & Remedial) Courses
- PS-97 (Fundamentals of Economics).
General Studies/Grammar (Languages)/Group 1/English
- 1984 (An “Individual Works” course on George Orwell’s 1984.)
- EN-101 (College English 1).
- EN-104 (Sentence Analytics) bolsters understanding of lengthy sentence structure.
- EN260-V2 (Advanced Parliamentary Procedure) used in legislative assemblies & business.
- EN-263 (Bill Drafting)
- Masters in Rhetoric, Composition & Verbal Expression is explained.
Group 2/Foreign Languages
Group 3/Mathematics (Info Coming soon.)
- SC-109 (Farm Science & Aquaculture) teaches basic gardening, fish (pond) details, etc.
- SC-110 (Audio Science) teaches how sound systems can be assembled and tuned.
- SC-209 (Meteorology) prepares for NOAA exams on weather systems.
Group 5/Classical Concepts
- LINK Classical Concepts General Information about our Trivium/Quadrivium based programs.
- LINK A NEW collection of CC courses, for the deep thinker! Classical_Concepts (v2)
- LINK A Basic look at the Trivium & Quadrivium in Sherman Institute.
- LINK A look at the new Classic Bachelor’s degree — a Sherman Institute exclusive!
- LINK History Studies General information on our approach to World & US History courses.
- LINK How History & Theology Courses Work In Harmony at Sherman Institute.
- LINK Three courses (Formation of the Union I , II & III) that cover the Constitutional Convention of 1787
- EC-201 & EC-401 (Federalist Economics I & II) explains American Monetary system development from silver/gold to the Federal Reserve.
PROGRAM MAJORS & MINORS
- LINK Masters in Historicist Eschatology explained.
- LINK A General flyer about our Theology.
- TH-132 (Introduction to Bible Translations)
- TH-140 (Old Testament I – Torah/Pentateuch)
- TH-234 (The Sociotheosphere) examines situations where civil and religious rules have collided over the timeline of History.
- LINK Historicism 235 & 431 Historicism I & II
- LINK Historicism Courses
- TH-330 (What Time Is It?) reviews world and biblical calendar systems, bible prophecy & more.
- TH-334 (Biblical Ethics) covers both testaments, in the interaction of society.
- PS-153 (State Government I) looks at the development and current status of state governments.
- PS-155 (Civic Activism) provides an overview of interacting with the political-legal machinery for reforms.
- PS-252 The Federal Government views the current structure of official Washington.
- PS-457 (American Conspiracy Theories) looks at modern History, and inconsistencies with the “official version” of certain events.
- LINK Qualified Constitutional Scholar/Senior Constitutional Scholar Programs flyer.
- LINK Masters in Civil Affairs & Public Service degree program is explained.
- LINK Master’s in Constitutional Scholarship
JUSTICE STUDIES (A branch of Poli-Sci/History at Sherman Institute)