Society of St. Peter and Paul Seminary

Method of Study

SSPP method of study:

The syllabus includes assignments, course objectives, required text, instructor bio, and contact information. 

  • Student completes the assignments, which are typically essay-type, one at a time and submits course work to formators.
  • Formators grades each assignment and offers constructive input.  
  • Upon completion of all assignments, a final grade is given for the course.
  • The mentor guides student through the program. 
  • SSPP Seminary an Internet site, is used to obtain each syllabus, submit assignments, and receive graded papers by email.   Additionally, student and instructor may also correspond via skpye and telephone. 

Our goal to offer quality degrees to those who would like to prepare for pastoral ministry or enhance an existing pastoral ministry. We train both clergy and the laity. Most of our formators have high experience in accredited colleges and universities.