Available courses

THE1250 Theological Foundations & Worldview

Does human history have a plan and purpose? If so, how can it be discovered and what is its shape? This course addresses these vital questions and explores the unfolding biblical movement and sequence of this revelation, including examination of each progressive epochal shift and covenant. At the conclusion of this course, students should have a grasp of the meaning of human history, as well as their own role and responsibility therein.

PSY2100 General Psychology FA19

This course is an introduction to the principal areas, problems, and concepts of psychology, including perception, thinking, motivation, personality, and social behavior.

Teacher: David McKemy

CHM4861- Field Practicum I

The Field Practicum is a two-part class that nurtures ministry-mindedness and prepares students for lifelong ministry involvement. In Field Practicum I, students will develop a plan for their future ministry involvement. In this one-unit course, students will learn how to document observations and assessments of their ministry setting and their own ministry strengths and weaknesses. This course will set the expectation for continual ministry involvement and the practice of personal spiritual formation over the course of the BS in Church Ministry major courses, giving the student first-hand knowledge and experience in local church ministry

BIB3707 Spiritual Formation

This course provides students with tools and practical approaches to strengthening their spiritual formation—defined as being with Christ, becoming like Christ, and living for Christ. It includes an examination of spiritual disciplines and their role in spiritual formation.

Teacher: Paul Elder

SCI1208 - Biological Science

For non-science majors. This course is an introduction to the basic life functions of invertebrate and vertebrate organisms. Topics include: a history of biology; the basic chemistry of life processes; the cell theory; cellular structure and respiration; mitosis and meiosis; DNA, RNA, and protein synthesis; genetics; embryology; animal and plant taxonomy; animal and plant anatomy physiology of systems; and the life processes of change from an evolutionary and creationistic viewpoint. 

Teacher: Diana Mullich