On-campus and online courses offered upon availability and class space. If there is a particular course you are interested in taking but do not see it listed below, contact Melissa Vess at .
An introduction to creativity through art and music. Listening to, viewing of, writing about, and interacting with creative experience introduces the student to
The history, poetry, and prophecy of the Old
An introduction to the background of the New Testament and to an overall perspective of the New Testament books so that the student will be better able to relate
An introduction for non-majors emphasizing
Introduction to the history, vocabulary, and use of computer information systems. Includes word processing, spreadsheets, and presentation applications using the integrated package, Microsoft Office.
Emphasis on composition requiring a command of the language with respect to grammar and usage, unified paragraphs, and well-organized, persuasive essays. Effective reading and research reporting are also stressed. Some attention is given to
Emphasis on refining and sharpening composition skills acquired in ENGL 1003. Introduction to literary analysis of
The fundamentals of speech, with emphasis on components of communication, critical thinking, and formal and informal presentations.
An overview of the development of human civilizations from the ancient world to the present, with attention given to social and cultural, as well as political and military history.
Functions, equations, inequalities, exponentials, logarithms, identities, circular functions, and other topics.
Quantitative Reasoning is a critical skill that is necessary not only in many different disciplines but also in daily life. This course is about using math in practical situations that are experienced daily. Examples include balancing a checkbook, calculating accrued interest, and understanding what a false positive for an MRI test implies. The mathematical concepts covered in the course include arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and statistics.
A general survey of the science of human behavior, designed to acquaint the student with principles of human development, learning, behavior, and
An introduction to the basics of the Christian faith, focusing on the biblical and doctrinal truths common to all denominations. (Prerequisite: BIBL 1003, BIBL 1013, or BIBL 1023)