Our programs include a full seminary curriculum, with courses in the four classic areas of divinity: Bible, Theology, History, and Pastoral Studies. The core curriculum consists of thirty courses and is designed to meet general requirements for Christian ordination and ministry (as determined by the student’s bishop, presbytery, or denominational board).
Courses are offered throughout the year, with two regular semesters, and two “short terms” provided. Specifically, each academic year is comprised of a Fall semester (September to December), a January term (a regular semester course compressed into a shorter period), a Winter semester (late-January to April), and a May term (a regular semester course compressed into a shorter period).
Semester courses are offered on Mondays and Wednesdays in Ottawa. January/May term courses are generally offered all day, Monday to Friday. Generally, full time studies are considered to be three or four courses per regular semester, and one or two courses per January/May term. A full time student may therefore expect to complete 10 courses per academic year. The student should check with his or her church or denominational authority (bishop, presbytery, or ordination board) to make sure that the Ryle curriculum meets their requirements.
You can find a full course outline here.