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This course is an introduction to various tools of Bible study and a methodical and inductive approach to study of the Scriptures, basic laws, and principles of interpretation. This course includes opportunities to practice using the tools, methods, and principles.

BI352 James

BI445 Matthew

BI446-01 Hebrews

DR306 Directing

DR340 Drama Practicum

EC103/EC104 Field Experience in Early Childhood Education I

EC112 Arts and Humanities in Early Childhood Education

EC203/204 Field Experience in Early Childhood Education II

ED212 Assessment of Learning

ED316 Teaching Literature/Reading in Secondary Schools

A study of God's cooperate purpose for and design of the church, special attention is given to the value and necessity of edification and outreach being accomplished through a community of saints.  The church's activity in education, worship, fellowship, evangelism, and missions is considered.

EM412 Family Life of a Ministry Leader

EM421 Educational Ministry of the Church

EN313/OP104-01H-

EN330 Advanced English Grammar/Linguistics

EN401 Fiction Writing

HI112 History West Civ & Thought II

HI204 Introduction to African History

HP100 Life Fitness

HP318 Adaptive Physical Education

HP308 Motor Learning and Skill Analysis

HP308 Motor Learning and Skill Analysis

HP419 Methods of Teaching Physical Education

HS202 Health Sciences Observations

HS302 Health Sciences Practicum

LI204 Introduction to Poetry

LI212A British Literature II

DR303/LI303 Studies in Dramatic Literature

MA201 College Math II

MA204 Discrete Mathematics

MA213 Calculus II

MA216 Introduction to Statistics & MA316 Probability and Statistics

MA303 College Geometry

MA402 Abstract Algebra

BA102 Introduction to Business

This course teaches that at the core of ministry leadership is the business of shepherding individuals toward God, helping them grow in their faith, and mobilizing them as productive parts of the body of Christ. This course is designed to introduce students to concepts of spiritual development, a biblical understanding of what it takes to be a shepherd, and approaches for

growing people of various age groups through each stage of growth.

 

MU110 Music Performance Seminar

A performance oriented approach to aural perception of triads, 7th chords, complex rhythmic subdivisions, and the harmonic implications of melodies. Students strengthen aural acuity by practicing the recognition, identification, and performance of these musical elements. Special emphasis is given to contextualized part-singing and to bass line and harmonic dictation.

MU306 Vocal Group Technique

MU370 Concert Chorale

This course is designed to build both accuracy and speed. Emphasis will be placed on the production of business letters, interoffice memos, reports, tables, and other office documents using Microsoft Word. Training will also include development of skills in machine transcription.

Concepts of desktop publishing are taught through producing forms, documents, newsletters, brochures, and other publications. The course surveys the concepts, hardware, software, and processes used in desktop publishing. The format is lecture, demonstration, discussion, and lab work. Also included is a section dealing with Microsoft PowerPoint.

This course teaches the concepts of database systems using Microsoft Access and spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel. Instruction in Access will introduce students to tables, queries, forms and reports. Instruction in Excel will include spreadsheet preparation, charts, functions, tables, and more. The format includes lecture, hands-on class work, lab work, and projects.

PA404 Pastoral Ministries Seminar

PA421 Advanced Expository Preaching

PA442 Pastoral Counseling

PE110 Weight Training

PE120 Karate

PS100 General Psychology

PS202 Human Growth and Development

PS304 Women Counseling Women

PS312 Issues in Professionalism

PS402 Historical and Contemporary Theories of Counseling

This course is a study of crisis intervention and counseling. Students will be introduced to a variety of models for assessing, strategies for helping, and approaches for counseling those in crisis. They will learn how to effectively help others in times of crisis from both professional and ministry perspectives.

PS453 Social Psychology

SC205 Integrated Science

SC203 Biology I

SC207 Biology I Lab

SC220 Understanding Science

SC220 Understanding Science

SC224 Physics II

SC224L Physics II Lab

A study of the nervous system as it relates to psychology including neural structure and function, pathology, and psychopharmacology. Students will apply this knowledge in the field of counseling including evaluating research, describing drug interaction, and identifying potential physiological causes for psychological symptoms.

SC261 Human Anatomy and Physiology II

SC208 Anatomy and Physiology Lab

SM304 Administration and Organization of Sports Ministry

SO402 Global Cultures and Geography
GE402 World Geography

SP100 Speech Communication

SP101 Speech Communication

TH120 Building a Biblical Lifestyle

TH120 Building a Biblical Lifestyle

YM302 Youth Ministry Strategy

YM402 Youth Seminar

BA102 Introduction to Business

This course is an introduction to various tools of Bible study and a methodical and inductive approach to study of the Scriptures, basic laws, and principles of interpretation. This course includes opportunities to practice using the tools, methods, and principles.

BI105 Introduction to OT Literature

BI105 Introduction to OT Literature

This course is designed to help the student study, understand, apply, and communicate the book of Proverbs. The course will focus on the unique interpretation issues of Proverbs and the concept of “wisdom” as presented in the book, The course will also include a “Spiritual Formation” element, with the intention of helping the student understand the need for spiritual wisdom and how to live in that wisdom.

This course is designed to help the student study, understand, apply, and communicate the book of Proverbs. The course will focus on the unique interpretation issues of Proverbs and the concept of “wisdom” as presented in the book, The course will also include a “Spiritual Formation” element, with the intention of helping the student understand the need for spiritual wisdom and how to live in that wisdom.

A study of God's corporate purpose for and design of the church, special attention is given to the value and necessity of edification and outreach being accomplished through a community of saints. The church's activity in education, worship, fellowship, evangelism, and missions is considered.

An intense, thorough presentation of the academic writing skills necessary for college and one's teaching profession/ministry. Students will learn to write expository, argumentative, and persuasive essays free of error that obstruct reader comprehension. Research and the use of quality sources will be a focus of this course.

This course is an introduction to the seminal events, ideas, thinkers and works of our Western Civilization. The primary means of our investigation will be direct interaction with poetic, philosophic and historical texts in the light of divine revelation granted us in Scripture. Underlying ideas, which influence deeds, will be our focus as we examine the flow of history and thought from the creation account in Genesis through the Greco-Roman World to the beginning of the Modern Era.

This course is an introduction to the seminal events, ideas, thinkers and works of our Western Civilization. The primary means of our investigation will be direct interaction with poetic, philosophic and historical texts in the light of divine revelation granted us in Scripture. Underlying ideas, which influence deeds, will be our focus as we examine the flow of history and thought from the creation account in Genesis through the Greco-Roman World to the beginning of the Modern Era.

HP545 Exercise and Nutrition

LI222C American Literature II

LI222C American Literature II

This course emphasizes the theory and practice of work processing with the use of Microsoft Word for Windows. Training in the computer’s operating system is also included.

This experiential course emphasizes definite training in office duties and procedures and developing resourcefulness through the solution of actual business problems encountered in the office. Students will be assigned to offices in the College, local churches, mission agencies and Christian schools. The instructor will meet with the students to discuss their progress and evaluation. Assignments will be individually designed to meet the interests of the student. At least one practicum course must be completed in a Christian ministry situation; the other credit may be completed in a ministry or secular office.

PE110 Weight Training

This course is a study of mental and behavioral pathology including possible causes, symptoms, and methods of remediation for given disorders.  A survey of diagnostic classification systems and preventive measures with attention to cultural and philosophical factors is included.

PS451 Personality Theory

This course provides an interdisciplinary view of science.  Students will consider science, religion, history, philosophy, and popular culture to get a better understanding of the nature of science and its place in the life of the student.

This course provides an interdisciplinary view of science.  Students will consider science, religion, history, philosophy, and popular culture to get a better understanding of the nature of science and its place in the life of the student.

TH201 Theology II

TH201 Theology II

A directed study of Angelology (the doctrines of the unfallen angels, Satan and the fallen angels); Anthropology (creation of humanity, the nature and composition of humanity, and the fall of humanity); Hamartiology (original and personal sin; sin and the Christian life); Pneumatology (person and work of the Holy Spirit in the Old and New Testaments); and Soteriology (man’s need, God’s provision, work of the Holy Spirit in salvation).

A directed study of Angelology (the doctrines of the unfallen angels, Satan and the fallen angels); Anthropology (creation of humanity, the nature and composition of humanity, and the fall of humanity); Hamartiology (original and personal sin; sin and the Christian life); Pneumatology (person and work of the Holy Spirit in the Old and New Testaments); and Soteriology (man’s need, God’s provision, work of the Holy Spirit in salvation).

TH302E Theology IV Baptist Distinctives

TH401C Theology V

A studied exploration of the tension between Hobbes’ modern, materialistic enlightenment thinking and perhaps its greatest secular critic in Jean Jacques Rousseau. Through sustained reading and discussion of seminal texts students will exercise hermeneutic, critical thinking, and communication skills, while laboring to uncover the power of these extraordinary texts to express and form a worldview. Ultimately, students will confront their own worldviews in light of these competing visions of reality. This course in the sequence will probe Hobbes’s Leviathan and Rousseau’s Emile for their competing visions of the definition and significance of modernity. 
TH302E Theology IV Baptist Distinctives

TH401C Theology V

TH302E Theology IV Baptist Distinctives

BI105 Introduction to OT Literature

This course is an introduction to the poetic books of the Old Testament. It includes an introduction to the nature and interpretation of Hebrew poetry, presenting the major themes of the books of Job, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Solomon. Selected Psalms are studied to illustrate the various types of Psalms.

This course is an introduction to the poetic books of the Old Testament. It includes an introduction to the nature and interpretation of Hebrew poetry, presenting the major themes of the books of Job, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Solomon. Selected Psalms are studied to illustrate the various types of Psalms.

AR210 Introduction to Humanities

BA105 Principles of Economics -

The course presents a survey of basic micro and macro economic principles and concepts. It reviews the economic dynamics of market forces affecting competition, different economic systems, the role of government in the economy, and economic aspects of international trade. It also discusses the labor market, interest rates and the supply of money, and the performance of a national economy. Finally, it examines the use of economics in business decisions, considering such principles as opportunity costs, diminishing returns, and the marginal principle.