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Maybe you need a course to qualify for a degree program? Or maybe you're wanting to add some skills. Either way, Bethel offers many courses that are a great option to meet your need.

Take a look at the current course offerings below. Once you're ready, you can register online.

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Academic Research and Writing — ENGL225R

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11/15/16 - 12/20/16 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course
2/14/17 - 3/14/17 | Tuesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus
2/14/17 - 3/14/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course
2/15/17 - 3/15/17 | Wednesdays from 6-10 pm | Anderson Center
6/6/17 - 7/11/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course

Development of core academic skills in research and writing: critical evaluation of rhetorical persuasion, forming and answering research questions and testing hypotheses through consultation of scholarly sources, and formal documentation of research sources (attributions, in-text citations, and a source list) according to APA format. FF: CAPS General Education Category R and Goal Area 1.

3 credits

Applied Ethical Decisions — BUSN425H

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4/25/17 - 5/23/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course
6/7/17 - 7/12/17 | Wednesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus
7/18/17 - 8/15/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course

Provision of a basis for ethical problem solving and the application of ethical principles to issues of moral perplexity. These issues are surfaced by ethical pluralism, cultural diversity, resource allocation, equal opportunity requirements, workplace dignity and fairness, varying economic and market conditions, and conflicts between organizational imperatives and Christian values. FF: CAPS Goal Area 6 General Education Category H. SP: Course number change from PHIL425H.

3 credits

Basic Communication Skills — COMM160

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2/14/17 - 3/14/17 | Tuesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus
7/18/17 - 8/15/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course

Examination of the fundamentals of the communication process with an interactive emphasis on interpersonal, groups/teams, and public speaking; integrating these three specific components and concentrating on how meaning is created, communicated, and transformed within the social, social diversity, and human contexts. FF: CAPS Goal Area 1.

3 credits

Business Law — BUSN430

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7/19/17 - 8/16/17 | Wednesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus

Study of the legal and regulatory environment of business including sources of the law, structure of the court system, and different classifications of law. Analysis of the relationships between different types of business law. Study of major types of business organizations. Impact of technology on various aspects of business law. FF: CAPS Goal Area 5.

3 credits

Business Problem Solving — BUSN200

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1/10/17 - 2/7/17 | Tuesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus

Builds a foundation for understanding and solving business problems. Introduces business concepts and terminology, along with skills needed to solve common business problems. Emphasizes how to identify problems and the application of tools and techniques in solving these problems. Encourages the development of critical-thinking and decision-making skills needed for success in business. Goal Area 4.

3 credits

Dynamics of Interpersonal Relationships — HUSE410

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10/12/16 - 11/9/16 | Wednesdays from 5-9:30 pm | Main Campus

An analysis of interpersonal dynamics, including love and intimacy; communication; shame; power and control; stress and coping; grief; compassion; and spirituality. Attention will be given to a broad variety of relational states, including friendship, singleness, romantic partnerships, parent/child relationships, social networks, and faith communities. FF: CAPS Goal Area 5.

3 credits

Dynamics of Intrprsnl Relships — HUSE410

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2/14/17 - 3/14/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course

An analysis of interpersonal dynamics, including love and intimacy; communication; shame; power and control; stress and coping; grief; compassion; and spirituality. Attention will be given to a broad variety of relational states, including friendship, singleness, romantic partnerships, parent/child relationships, social networks, and faith communities. FF: CAPS Goal Area 5.

3 credits

Environmental Studies — NASC275V

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11/15/16 - 12/20/16 | Tuesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus

Examine how science, engineering, and economics work together to address and solve environmental problems. Explore the importance of the scientific method as it relates to the environment, conservation of resources, and energy. Evaluation of case studies will develop a deeper sense of stewardship to our planet. FF: CAPS Goal Area 3.

3 credits

Family Perspectives — HUSE300W

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2/15/17 - 3/15/17 | Wednesdays from 5-9:30 pm | Anderson Center

An analysis of sociological and theological perspectives on family relationships, with special attention given to understanding families as systems. Learners will be encouraged to identify and challenge their assumptions about families and to examine their own family-of-origin experiences in light of course concepts. FF: CAPS Goal Area 5. SP: Enrollment is open to students with sophomore class standing and above.

3 credits

Family Social Policy — HUSE405

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6/6/17 - 8/15/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course

An examination of the linkages of family with societal systems and the consequences of policy for family life. An exploration of community resources and strategies for serving families. FF: CAPS Goal Area 5. SP: Concurrent registration with HUSE400 recommended.

3 credits

Fin Accounting for Managers — ACCT400

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3/21/17 - 4/18/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course
7/18/17 - 8/15/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course

Introduction to financial accounting concepts as the language of business. Financial decision-making using key ratios and financial statements. Managerial understanding of principles of stewardship and ethical issues found in accounting.

3 credits

Fndtns of Human Res Mgmt — BUSN302

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1/11/17 - 2/8/17 | Wednesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus
4/25/17 - 5/23/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course
6/8/17 - 7/13/17 | Thursdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus

Introduction to the functional area of business called human resources management. Study the functions of attracting, retaining, motivating and managing the people who work in organizations. Study how human resources is involved in the recruitment, selection, employment, compensation, training, development, safety and termination of employees. SP: Enrollment is open to students with sophomore class standing and above.

3 credits

Found of Read and Writ I — ENGL029

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3/21/17 - 4/18/17 | Tuesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus

This course is designed to prepare students for college-level courses in which they will need to be successful in reading and writing. Emphasis is on foundational reading and writing strategies. GE: Graded on an S/U basis. SP: Appropriate placement assessment score required for enrollment. Credits do not apply to certificate, degree, or license programs.

3 credits

Found of Read and Writ II — ENGL030

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1/10/17 - 2/7/17 | Tuesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus
4/25/17 - 5/23/17 | Tuesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus

This course is designed to prepare students for college-level courses in which they will need to be successful in reading and writing. Emphasis is on foundational reading and writing strategies and builds upon strategies learned in ENGL029. PQ: Appropriate placement assessment score; ENGL029 Foundations of Reading & Writing I. GE: Graded on an S/U basis. SP: Credits do not apply to certificate, degree, or license programs.

3 credits

Foundations of Business Management — BUSN301

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10/12/16 - 11/9/16 | Wednesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus

An exploration of the foundations of modern management theory and practice including how external and internal environmental factors impact the practice of business management. Topics such as global forces, political and legal forces, socio-cultural forces and demographic forces will be used to develop an understanding of the complexities in business management today.

3 credits

Foundations of Business Mgmt — BUSN301

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1/9/17 - 2/6/17 | Mondays from 5-9:30 pm | Anderson Center
2/14/17 - 3/14/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course
3/23/17 - 4/20/17 | Thursdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus
4/25/17 - 5/23/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course
6/7/17 - 7/12/17 | Wednesdays from 9-1:30 pm | Anderson Center

An exploration of the foundations of modern management theory and practice including how external and internal environmental factors impact the practice of business management. Topics such as global forces, political and legal forces, socio-cultural forces and demographic forces will be used to develop an understanding of the complexities in business management today.

3 credits

Foundations of Mathematics — MATH080

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2/14/17 - 3/14/17 | Tuesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus
6/6/17 - 7/11/17 | Tuesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus

This course is designed to prepare students for college-level math courses. Developmental math topics include percents, decimals, fractions, solving basic algebraic equations, exponents, calculating values using a formula, and measurement. This course will also cover using spreadsheets to perform basic arithmetic calculations. PQ: appropriate diagnostic assessment score. GE: Graded on an S/U basis. SP: Credits do not apply to certificate, degree, or license programs.

3 credits

Foundations of Reading and Writing I — ENGL029

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11/15/16 - 12/20/16 | Tuesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus

This course is designed to prepare students for college-level courses in which they will need to be successful in reading and writing. Emphasis is on foundational reading and writing strategies. GE: Graded on an S/U basis. SP: Appropriate placement assessment score required for enrollment. Credits do not apply to certificate, degree, or license programs.

3 credits

Gospel in Cross-Cultural Persp — THEO341E

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7/18/17 - 8/15/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course

How the gospel is influenced, expressed, and experienced through social and cultural systems. Emphasis on Western and non-Western social structures in light of cultural components of the biblical witness. Skills for hearing and speaking the gospel with cultural sensitivity. Special issues: global theology, missiological concerns, contextual theology. FF: CAPS Goal Areas 5 & 6. SP: Enrollment is open to students with sophomore class standing and above.

3 credits

Indiv & Fam Dev Ovr Life Cycle — HUSE305

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3/22/17 - 5/24/17 | Wednesdays from 7-9:30 pm | Main Campus

An examination of how individuals, couples, and families change over time. Cognitive, spiritual, physical, and relational trends and challenges in infancy, childhood, adolescence, and adulthood are studied, with special attention to the influence of culture and religion on developmental processes. Learners are encouraged to analyze their own developmental experiences. FF: CAPS Goal Area 5. SP: Concurrent registration in PSYC335M recommended. Enrollment is open to students with sophomore class standing and above.

3 credits

Indiv & Family Psychopathology — HUSE350

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4/25/17 - 5/23/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course

Focus on understanding individual, relational, and contextual factors that contribute to diagnostic categories and psychopathology. Addresses objective and helpful ways to describe and assess abnormal behavior and will identify treatment options psychologists may use to help a person move into a more "normal" position in life. FF: CAPS Goal Area 5. SP: Enrollment is open to students with sophomore class standing and above.

3 credits

Individual and Family Development Over the Life Cycle — HUSE305

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10/11/16 - 12/20/16 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course

An examination of how individuals, couples, and families change over time. Cognitive, spiritual, physical, and relational trends and challenges in infancy, childhood, adolescence, and adulthood are studied, with special attention to the influence of culture and religion on developmental processes. Learners are encouraged to analyze their own developmental experiences. FF: CAPS Goal Area 5. SP: Concurrent registration in PSYC335M recommended. Enrollment is open to students with sophomore class standing and above.

3 credits

Info Technology & Applications — BUSN360

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2/16/17 - 3/16/17 | Thursdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus
3/21/17 - 4/18/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course
4/26/17 - 5/24/17 | Wednesdays from 9-1:30 pm | Anderson Center

Understand and use information technology and business applications software to solve business-related problems. Collaboration tools, social media tools, databases, and spreadsheets. Ethical issues with data and information management. FF: CAPS Goal Area 3. SP: Enrollment is open to students with sophomore class standing and above.

3 credits

Information Technology and Applications — BUSN360

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10/11/16 - 11/8/16 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course
11/16/16 - 12/21/16 | Wednesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus

Understand and use information technology and business applications software to solve business-related problems. Collaboration tools, social media tools, databases, and spreadsheets. Ethical issues with data and information management. FF: CAPS Goal Area 3. SP: Enrollment is open to students with sophomore class standing and above.

3 credits

Information and Organizations — BUSN285T

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1/10/17 - 2/7/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course
4/25/17 - 5/23/17 | Tuesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus

Introduction to the present management and future use of information and information systems in organizations. Analyze how information and information systems are used by organizations in setting goals, making decisions, and analyzing knowledge. Investigate how technology transforms information systems. Examine ethical issues and policies surrounding information and information systems. FF: CAPS Goal Area 3.

3 credits

Intro to Chn Ministry — CHMN300

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1/12/17 - 2/9/17 | Thursdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus
4/25/17 - 5/23/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course

Introduction to the theology and practice of Christian ministry. Students explore diverse concepts of ministry and how their unique strengths connect to what God is doing in the world. Students reflect on call and vocation and develop a philosophy of ministry. FF: CAPS Goal Area 6. SP: Enrollment is open to students with sophomore class standing and above.

3 credits

Intro to Marketing Management — BUSN323

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2/15/17 - 3/15/17 | Wednesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus
7/20/17 - 8/17/17 | Thursdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus

Study of marketing concepts and decision-making processes related to marketing management in a marketing-oriented firm. Examination of key strategies of consumer and business-to-business marketing and mission-critical variables from within a relationship marketing focus. Development of a course project and its presentation to a business audience using state-of-the-art business presentation techniques.

3 credits

Introduction to Microeconomics — ECON109

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6/6/17 - 7/11/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course

Introduction to basic microeconomics principles, which result in balancing of market supply and demand. Introduction to consumer choice, how production decisions are made, and types of markets. Major resource factors such as land, labor and capital, and other inputs affecting pricing will be considered, as will government policy influencing markets. FF: CAPS Goal Area 5.

3 credits

Introduction to Statistics — PSYC335M

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10/11/16 - 12/20/16 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course
3/22/17 - 5/24/17 | Wednesdays from 5-7:29 pm | Anderson Center

Basic descriptive, correlational, and inferential statistics will be covered. As time permits, more advanced topics of ANOVA, multiple regression, ANCOVA, meta-analysis, and factor analysis will be introduced. Learners will perform analyses using a computerized statistical package, and primary emphasis will be placed on understanding the concepts and interpreting results correctly. FE: Course materials fee: $20. FF: CAPS Goal Area 4. SP: Enrollment is open to students with sophomore class standing and above.

3 credits

Leadership & Adult Development — ORGL310

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3/21/17 - 4/18/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course
4/26/17 - 5/24/17 | Wednesdays from 9-1:30 pm | Anderson Center

A developmental context for the study of leadership is introduced through Adult Development Theories generating a greater understanding of self in the areas of adult psychological, spiritual/faith, and cognitive development. Included in the emphasis of self understanding is an introduction to individual strengths with the correlation to life and vocation. SP: Enrollment is open to students with sophomore class standing and above.

3 credits

Leadership Communication — ORGL350

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6/5/17 - 7/10/17 | Mondays from 5-9:30 pm | Anderson Center

Good communication as a foundation for effective leadership. A leader?s communicates as a reflection of the ability to successfully influence and impact others with integrity. Practices, skills, and tools necessary to focus on the leader as the communication champion. FF: CAPS Goal Area 1. SP: Enrollment is open to students with sophomore class standing and above.

3 credits

Leadership and Adult Development — ORGL310

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11/14/16 - 12/19/16 | Mondays from 5-9:30 pm | Anderson Center

A developmental context for the study of leadership is introduced through Adult Development Theories generating a greater understanding of self in the areas of adult psychological, spiritual/faith, and cognitive development. Included in the emphasis of self understanding is an introduction to individual strengths with the correlation to life and vocation. SP: Enrollment is open to students with sophomore class standing and above.

3 credits

Leadership in the 21st Century — ORGL101

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10/11/16 - 11/8/16 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course

Overview of the scope of leadership necessary for effective outcomes. Course design is real-world specific to generate immediate understanding, awareness, and application for both marketplace and personal application. Students will identify, interpret, and analyze their individual leadership attitudes, abilities, styles, and strengths. FF CAPS Goal Area 5.

3 credits

Managerial Mathematics — MATH301M

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1/10/17 - 2/7/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course
4/26/17 - 5/24/17 | Wednesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus
6/6/17 - 7/11/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course
7/19/17 - 8/16/17 | Wednesdays from 9-1:30 pm | Anderson Center

Study of mathematically based procedures, including analytical procedures, decision-making models, and statistics. FF: CAPS Goal Area 4. SP: Enrollment is open to students with sophomore class standing and above.

3 credits

Mathematics in Real Life — MATH180M

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4/25/17 - 5/23/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course
4/25/17 - 5/23/17 | Tuesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus

Intermediate-level study of mathematical procedures: algebra, equation solving, statistical reasoning, mathematics of finance, coordinates and graphs, and inequalities. These procedures will be applied as analytical, decision-making, and problem-solving models to real-life problems. PQ: Admission category other than Provisional Acceptance, or appropriate Accuplacer score, or MATH080. FF: Goal Area 4.

3 credits

Ministry Practicum — CHMN481

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1/10/17 - 5/23/17 | | Main Campus

The integrating experience of the Christian ministries major, including placement in a ministry setting under the direct supervision of an experienced mentor. Emphasis is on application of ongoing coursework and participation in relevant aspects of ministry. Students will gain experience in the refinement and integration of a working philosophy of ministry. Opportunity for assessment of personal ministry skills and lifelong leadership development. PQ: CHMN350R. GE: Graded on an S/U basis.

3 credits

Operations Management — BUSN401

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11/15/16 - 12/20/16 | Tuesdays from 6-10 pm | Anderson Center

Efficiently and effectively manage the processes to produce and distribute products and services. Operations within both product and service companies will be addressed. Topics include managing purchases, inventory control, quality control, storage, logistics and evaluations. The use of measurement and analysis of internal processes will be highlighted.

3 credits

Personal Financial Literacy — BUSN115

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11/15/16 - 12/20/16 | Tuesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus

Explores fundamental personal financial management topics. Enables learners to make values-based financial decisions. Uses a variety of tools to evaluate risk and make choices regarding debt management, savings, budgeting, investing, and long-range personal financial planning. FF: CAPS Goal Area 4.

3 credits

Personal Spiritual Formation — CHMN320

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2/16/17 - 3/16/17 | Thursdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus
6/6/17 - 7/11/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course

Introduction to the process of spiritual and personal formation. Exploration of models and themes for formation and faith development, with attention to cultural and gender dimensions of formation models and traditions. Examination of both individual and communal spiritual journeys, practices, and connections to God. FE: Assessment and materials fee: $24. FF: CAPS Goal Area 6. SP: Enrollment is open to students with sophomore class standing and above.

3 credits

Personality Theories — HUSE311

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3/21/17 - 4/18/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course
7/19/17 - 8/16/17 | Wednesdays from 5-9:30 pm | Anderson Center

Study of various theoretical approaches to personality. Emphasis is given to the assumptions and research associated with each approach. Major contributors to each view are discussed. FF: CAPS Goal Area 5. SP: Enrollment is open to students with sophomore class standing and above.

3 credits

Physical Wellness — HEPE260Y

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10/11/16 - 11/8/16 | Tuesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus
3/21/17 - 4/18/17 | Tuesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus
6/6/17 - 7/11/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course

Current evidence based knowledge to empower healthy decisions around nutrition, fitness, and emotional and spiritual well-being. Basic biological processes as they relate to health promotion, everyday practices to reduce stress, and skills to distinguish myth from fact. FF: CAPS Goal Area 3.

3 credits

Princ of Schol Writ & Research — ORGL340R

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2/13/17 - 3/13/17 | Mondays from 5-9:30 pm | Anderson Center
6/6/17 - 7/11/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course
7/19/17 - 8/16/17 | Wednesdays from 9-1:30 pm | Anderson Center

Instruction and practice in scholarly writing. A practical approach to expository essay structure and reading and writing about research studies. Includes bibliographic instruction, writing a portion of a literature review, and an introduction to principles of survey research. FF: CAPS Goal Area 1 General Education Category R. SP: Enrollment is open to students with sophomore class standing and above.

3 credits

Prof Project Mgmt — BUSN320

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7/17/17 - 8/14/17 | Mondays from 5-9:30 pm | Anderson Center

Introduction to the principles of project management including the role of the project manager, types of projects, stages of a project, project variables, and project processes. Examines the organization, planning, and controlling of projects and provides practical knowledge on managing project scope, schedule and resources.

3 credits

Professional Project Management — BUSN320

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10/11/16 - 11/8/16 | Tuesdays from 5-9:30 pm | Main Campus
11/15/16 - 12/20/16 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course

Introduction to the principles of project management including the role of the project manager, types of projects, stages of a project, project variables, and project processes. Examines the organization, planning, and controlling of projects and provides practical knowledge on managing project scope, schedule and resources.

3 credits

Public Health Nursing — NURS404

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10/11/16 - 12/20/16 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course
10/12/16 - 12/21/16 | Wednesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus
6/8/17 - 8/17/17 | Thursdays from 6-10 pm | NHC

An exploration of population-focused nursing care with an emphasis on health disparities and under-served populations. PQ: NURS360, NURS410, and NURS430. CQ: NURS421E. FE: Clinical simulation fee: $20, malpractice insurance fee: $80.

6 credits

Research Methods — HUSE400

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6/6/17 - 8/15/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course

Introduction to quantitative and qualitative research designs. Designed as a project-based course, with particular attention to program evaluation and action research, learners will construct an applied research proposal. PQ: PSYC335M. FF: Goal Area 5. SP: Concurrent registration with HUSE405 recommended.

3 credits

Research Writing For Chn Minis — CHMN350R

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3/23/17 - 4/20/17 | Thursdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus
7/18/17 - 8/15/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course

Development of core academic skills in research and writing for Christian ministries. Topics include logical and rhetorical persuasion, research methods, and documentation of sources. Skills will be applied to biblical exegesis and critical interaction with popular and scholarly writing in Christian thought and theology. FF: CAPS Goal Area 1, General Education Category R. CAPS Goal Area 6. SP: Enrollment is open to students with sophomore class standing and above.

3 credits

Responding to the Arts — ARTC150A

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2/14/17 - 3/14/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course
6/6/17 - 7/11/17 | Tuesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus

Cultivation of critical reading skills through literature, music, and the visual arts. Students will apply core artistic terms and concepts to rich readings of artistic works: context, genre, technique, and themes. They will reflect on human and spiritual dynamics of relationship and faith. FF: CAPS Goal Area 6. SP: Course number change from GENS150A.

3 credits

Significance of New Testament — BIBL442

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7/20/17 - 8/17/17 | Thursdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus

Introduction to the New Testament, emphasizing major themes including the kingdom of God, eternal life, and justification in Christ. Emphasis also on the hermeneutical issues related to understanding these themes in their original literary and historical settings, and applying them in ministry situations today. PQ: BIBL360, Category R General Education course. FF: CAPS Goal Area 6.

3 credits

Significance of Old Testament — BIBL441

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6/8/17 - 7/13/17 | Thursdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus

Introduction to the Old Testament, emphasizing foundational themes including creation, life, justice, people of God, covenant, and the Old Testament polemic against the prevailing culture of its time. Development of methodological tools for investigating these themes enables students to properly contextualize these themes to their culture. PQ: BIBL360, Category R General Education course. FF: CAPS Goal Area 6.

3 credits

Significance of the New Testament — BIBL442

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11/15/16 - 12/20/16 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course

Introduction to the New Testament, emphasizing major themes including the kingdom of God, eternal life, and justification in Christ. Emphasis also on the hermeneutical issues related to understanding these themes in their original literary and historical settings, and applying them in ministry situations today. PQ: BIBL360, Category R General Education course. FF: CAPS Goal Area 6.

3 credits

Significance of the Old Testament — BIBL441

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10/11/16 - 11/8/16 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course

Introduction to the Old Testament, emphasizing foundational themes including creation, life, justice, people of God, covenant, and the Old Testament polemic against the prevailing culture of its time. Development of methodological tools for investigating these themes enables students to properly contextualize these themes to their culture. PQ: BIBL360, Category R General Education course. FF: CAPS Goal Area 6.

3 credits

Spiritual Quest — CHMN140

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11/15/16 - 12/20/16 | Tuesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus
3/21/17 - 4/18/17 | Tuesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus
4/25/17 - 5/23/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course

An exploration of spirituality from a Christian perspective in which students identify the spiritual influences in their lives, explore spiritual disciplines, evaluate impacts of Christian spirituality on their personal lives and set goals for personal spiritual development. FF: CAPS Goal Area 6.

3 credits

Studies in the American Mosaic — SOCS255E

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3/21/17 - 4/18/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course

Exploration of various diversity issues within the United States, particularly as they impact personal experience, identity, relationships, and opportunity. Examination of personal values, assumptions, and perspectives as they relate to diversity and strategies for approaching diverse or conflicted settings with a biblical, peacemaking stance. FF: CAPS Goal Area 5.

3 credits

Succeeding in College — SOCS110

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10/11/16 - 11/8/16 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course
10/11/16 - 11/8/16 | Tuesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus
2/14/17 - 3/14/17 | Tuesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus
2/14/17 - 3/14/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course

Prepares students for independent and collaborative college-level academic work through an introduction to campus technology and support; assessing reading, writing, and math skills; and reflecting on one's personal commitment to academic goals. FE: Accuplacer Assessment Fee: $70. FF: CAPS Goal Area 2.

3 credits

Successful Writing — ENGL130

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11/15/16 - 12/20/16 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course
1/10/17 - 2/7/17 | Tuesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus
3/21/17 - 4/18/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course
4/25/17 - 5/23/17 | Tuesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus

Development of skills necessary for expressing oneself competently through writing. Emphasis is on the writing process, critical thinking, sensitivity to audience, core documentation skills and responsibilities, and revision (with peer and instructor feedback). FF: CAPS Goal Area 1.

3 credits

The Bible in Real Life — BIBL230

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10/11/16 - 11/8/16 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course
1/10/17 - 2/7/17 | Tuesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus

Exploration of connections between key portions of the Bible and challenges faced by students in their own lives. Students trace the journey of God's people from Abraham and Sarah through the New Testament church, tracing God's self-disclosure through biblical cultures and their genres of writing. FF: CAPS Goal Area 6.

3 credits

Theories of Org and Ldrshp — ORGL330

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4/24/17 - 5/22/17 | Mondays from 5-9:30 pm | Anderson Center
7/18/17 - 8/15/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course

Introduction to organizational and leadership frameworks: (1) Providing an overview of organizational culture and structures, (2) Describing effective leadership within an organizational context, (3) Identifying core leadership issues. Analyzing an organization from the insights gained in course texts, presentations, and discussion. FF: CAPS Goal Areas 2 & 5. SP: Enrollment is open to students with sophomore class standing and above.

3 credits

U.S. History in Dialogue with — HIST250

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4/25/17 - 5/23/17 | Tuesdays | Main Campus - online course
7/18/17 - 8/15/17 | Tuesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus

Explores a narrative of United States history by following themes that connect past events to our experiences today. Investigates compelling and relevant historical questions and events by applying historical inquiry, using critical thinking, and considering multiple perspectives. Presents history as a dialogue between past and present, propelling action as stakeholders in society. FF: CAPS Goal Area 5.

3 credits

Understanding the Bible — BIBL360

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4/27/17 - 5/25/17 | Thursdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus

Introduction to biblical hermeneutics and exegesis including interpretive issues of presuppositions, authorial intent, metanarrative, historical context, genre and literary context. Biblical inspiration, canonicity, authority, and the nature of the Bible as communication will be explored. Study is designed to develop skills necessary for good Bible reading and contextualization to today's world. PQ: Category R General Education course. FF: CAPS Goal Area 6. SP: Enrollment is open to students with sophomore class standing and above.

3 credits

Workplace Communication — BUSN210

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6/6/17 - 7/11/17 | Tuesdays from 6-10 pm | Main Campus

Examines principles of communication in the workplace. Introduces common workplace communication formats such as memos, letters, email, reports, presentations, and social media. Explores techniques for communication, including informational, persuasive, and employment messages. Introduces strategies for internal and external communication situations, audience analysis, verbal and nonverbal cues, and personal communication skills. FF: CAPS Goal Area 1.

3 credits

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