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spring 2017

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    Managerial Accounting - ACC216 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Ted Takamura
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    8:30AM-9:45AM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L110
    Max Participants:
    15

    This course presents alternative methods of preparing managerial accounting information, and examines how these methods are used by companies. Managerial accounting is a company's internal language, and is used for decision-making, producton management, product design and pricing and for motivating and evaluating employees. Managerial accounting assists decision-makers to understand and control organizations internal operations.

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    Intermediate Accounting II - ACC322 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Ted Takamura
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    6:00PM-8:50PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L109
    Max Participants:
    15

    This course deepens understanding of the topics covered in the introductory accounting courses, focusing on the liability & equities side of the balance sheet: current debt, long-term debt, convertible securities, equity issuance, dividends, share repurchases, employee stock options, pensions, leases, deferred tax, and derivative securities. Related topics include computation of diluted earnings per share, disclosure issues, earnings management, and basic financial statement analysis of cash flows.

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    Bible Study Methods - BIB104 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Ray Lubeck
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L101
    Max Participants:
    60

    An introduction to the nature, process, and practice of interpretation, focusing on the narrative and poetic literature of the Bible.

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    Bible Study Methods - BIB104 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Tom Hauff
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    12:30PM-1:20PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L101
    Max Participants:
    60

    An introduction to the nature, process, and practice of interpretation, focusing on the narrative and poetic literature of the Bible.

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    Gospel, Acts, Revelation - BIB112 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Carmen Imes
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    8:30AM-9:45AM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    Max Participants:
    35

    A study of the Gospels with emphasis on Matthew, John and the ministry of Christ. Expository studies include consideration of harmonic and theological problems, and present an application of the teaching of Christ to contemporary life. The book of Acts is examined as it represents the ministry of Paul the apostle, and connecting the composition of his epistles with that narrative. Includes a discussion of the book of Revelation and its role as NT apocalyptic literature.

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    Gospel, Acts, Revelation - BIB112 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rex Koivisto
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    9:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L109
    Max Participants:
    35

    A study of the Gospels with emphasis on Matthew, John and the ministry of Christ. Expository studies include consideration of harmonic and theological problems, and present an application of the teaching of Christ to contemporary life. The book of Acts is examined as it represents the ministry of Paul the apostle, and connecting the composition of his epistles with that narrative. Includes a discussion of the book of Revelation and its role as NT apocalyptic literature.

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    Gospel, Acts, Revelation - BIB112 (03)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rex Koivisto
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L109
    Max Participants:
    35

    A study of the Gospels with emphasis on Matthew, John and the ministry of Christ. Expository studies include consideration of harmonic and theological problems, and present an application of the teaching of Christ to contemporary life. The book of Acts is examined as it represents the ministry of Paul the apostle, and connecting the composition of his epistles with that narrative. Includes a discussion of the book of Revelation and its role as NT apocalyptic literature.

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    Gospel, Acts, Revelation - BIB112 (04)

    Professor:
    Dr. Karl Kutz
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    12:30PM-1:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    Max Participants:
    35

    A study of the Gospels with emphasis on Matthew, John and the ministry of Christ. Expository studies include consideration of harmonic and theological problems, and present an application of the teaching of Christ to contemporary life. The book of Acts is examined as it represents the ministry of Paul the apostle, and connecting the composition of his epistles with that narrative. Includes a discussion of the book of Revelation and its role as NT apocalyptic literature.

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    Gospel, Acts, Revelation - BIB112 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mr. Brandon Evans
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    1:30PM-4:20PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    101
    Max Participants:
    35

    A study of the Gospels with emphasis on Matthew, John and the ministry of Christ. Expository studies include consideration of harmonic and theological problems, and present an application of the teaching of Christ to contemporary life. The book of Acts is examined as it represents the ministry of Paul the apostle, and connecting the composition of his epistles with that narrative. Includes a discussion of the book of Revelation and its role as NT apocalyptic literature.

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    Text and Canon - BIB306 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rex Koivisto
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    8:30AM-9:45AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    15

    A survey of the languages, structure, canonicity, texts, manuscripts and versions of the Bible; consideration of extra-biblical Jewish writings, Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha, and textual criticism. Emphasis is given to the translation and history of the English Bible. Prerequisite: BIB 102.

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    NT Literature: Pauline Epistles - BIB312 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Tom Hauff
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    9:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    Max Participants:
    35

    Survey of New Testament books from Acts through Philemon, with special emphasis on the book of Acts as it represents the ministry of Paul the apostle, and an integration of his epistles with that narrative.

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    NT Literature: Pauline Epistles - BIB312 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Tom Hauff
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    Max Participants:
    35

    Survey of New Testament books from Acts through Philemon, with special emphasis on the book of Acts as it represents the ministry of Paul the apostle, and an integration of his epistles with that narrative.

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    NT Literature: Pauline Epistles - BIB312 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mr. James Hull
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    6:00PM-8:50PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    101
    Max Participants:
    30

    Survey of New Testament books from Acts through Philemon, with special emphasis on the book of Acts as it represents the ministry of Paul the apostle, and an integration of his epistles with that narrative.

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    Prison Epistles - BIB332 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Tom Hauff
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    2:55PM-4:10PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L109
    Max Participants:
    25

    An examination of the content of the Epistles of Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians and Philemon. Basic introduction information on the Prison Epistles; special attention to the authorship of Ephesians, historical context, and Christological passages.

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    Hermeneutics - BIB348 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rex Koivisto
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    12:30PM-1:20PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L108
    Max Participants:
    30

    An introduction to the theory and practice of Bible interpretation, including a history of interpretational approach and a survey of current methodology. A clarification and defense of the literal-historical methodology of the Reformation, its theological and philosophical underpinnings, and its relevance for today's Christian community. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing.

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    NT Literature: Hebrews - Revelation - BIB402 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Ray Lubeck
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    9:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L110
    Max Participants:
    25

    The non-Pauline Epistles and the Revelation, with emphasis given to Hebrews and the Revelation. Introductory problems, interpretative problems, and the argument and contribution of each book comprise the basic approach. Prerequisite: BIB314.

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    NT Literature: Hebrews - Revelation - BIB402 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Ray Lubeck
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L110
    Max Participants:
    25

    The non-Pauline Epistles and the Revelation, with emphasis given to Hebrews and the Revelation. Introductory problems, interpretative problems, and the argument and contribution of each book comprise the basic approach. Prerequisite: BIB314.

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    NT Literature: Hebrews - Revelation - BIB402 (03)

    Professor:
    Dr. Daniel Christiansen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    6:00PM-8:50PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    Max Participants:
    25

    The non-Pauline Epistles and the Revelation, with emphasis given to Hebrews and the Revelation. Introductory problems, interpretative problems, and the argument and contribution of each book comprise the basic approach. Prerequisite: BIB314.

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    Isaiah through Malachi - BIB502 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rebekah Josberger
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    4:00PM-6:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    114
    Max Participants:
    35

    An investigation of the historical, prophetic, and personally relevant aspects of the major and minor prophets, with special emphasis on the book of Isaiah.

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    Gospels, Hebrews through Revelation - BIB504 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Philip Johnson
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    6:00PM-9:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    114
    Max Participants:
    30

    Message, structure, and distinctive features of the four Gospels, Hebrews, the General Epistles, and the Revelation. Matthew, John, Hebrews and Revelations are emphasized.

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    Gospels, Hebrews through Revelation - BIB504 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. John Terveen
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    6:00PM-9:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    114
    Max Participants:
    30

    Message, structure, and distinctive features of the four Gospels, Hebrews, the General Epistles, and the Revelation. Matthew, John, Hebrews and Revelations are emphasized.

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    Gospels, Hebrews through Revelation - BIB504 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mr. James Slavin
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    1:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    212
    Max Participants:
    35

    Message, structure, and distinctive features of the four Gospels, Hebrews, the General Epistles, and the Revelation. Matthew, John, Hebrews and Revelations are emphasized.

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    Text and Canon - BIB608 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rex Koivisto
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    8:30AM-9:45AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    15

    A survey of the languages, structure, canonicity, texts, manuscripts and versions of the Bible; consideration of extra-biblical Jewish writings, Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha, and textual criticism. Emphasis is given to the translation and history of the English Bible.

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    Psalms: Worship & Life of Faith - BIB612 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Ray Lubeck
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    ALL
    Time:
    1:00PM-5:00PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    20

    This book of Psalms is cherished by the Church for its ability to articulate both personal and corporate responses to God in every context of life. This course focuses on appreciateing the artistry of Hebrew poetry, understanding the historical and prophetic dimensions of the psalms, resonating with the experience of the authors, and learning to be honest before God while submitting to the reality fo His care.

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    1 Corinthians: Problem Solving in Church - BIB626 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. John Terveen
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    1:30PM-3:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    25

    An exegetical analysis of 1 Corinthians that looks at Paul's approach to resolving problems in the first century church. Develops interpretational skills in transferring principles from the biblical text to contemporary ministry settings.

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    Masters Colloquium - BIB814 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Albert Baylis
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    4:00PM-5:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    209
    Max Participants:
    10

    A summative course in which students demonstrate their ability to integrate biblical and theological knowledge with advanced research skills. Students will prepare, present, and orally defend five research papers under faculty supervision. Spring semester/

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    General Biology II - BIO212 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Sarah Gall
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    8:00AM-8:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    15

    Continuation of 211 with emphasis on basic genetics, ecology, and taxonomy. Lab section and fee required. Prerequisite: BIO 211.

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    Natural History of NW Vertebrates - BIO222 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Keith Swenson
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:45PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B1
    Max Participants:
    30

    Introduction to the birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and fishes of Oregon and Washington. Field observation, particularly of birds, will be emphasized. Field trip and fee required.

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    Intro to Biblical Languages - BL 100 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Daniel Christiansen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    2:30PM-3:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    Max Participants:
    30

    An introduction to New Testament Greek and Old Testament Hebrew, their alphabets, pronunciation, and basic structures; a minimum of memorization and vocabulary; practice in the use of Greek and Hebrew tools, especially morphological analysis tools, lexicons, concordances, theological dictionaries, and Greek- or Hebrew-based commentaries. Not required for major or minor.

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    Principles of Management - BUS302 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Donald Sellers
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:45PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    Max Participants:
    30

    The principles and role of management in recruiting, hiring, training, leading, evaluating, and compensating employees and/or volunteers in an organization.

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    Leadership - BUS314 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Ted Takamura
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    11:00AM-12:15PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    114
    Max Participants:
    20

    Christians are called to conduct leadership in government, commerce, schools, neighborhoods, parachurch ministries and more. In that context, this course will explore key facets of leadership learning to serve both religious and nonreligious organizations in a manner consistent with their faith. Through intensive, experiential learning and practice, students will be immersed in the study of leadership, and will directly apply themselves in leadership opportunities. This course takes a cross-curriculum approach to exposing students to the many facets of leadership and, in a motivational setting, encourages them to find their own personal leadership style, ultimately identifying the emerging leader within. Leadership students will directly apply themselves in leadership opportunities through a series of lectures, group exercises, and experiential learning projects with outside agencies. Content areas include decision-making, goal setting, effective communication, organization and time management skills, and concrete strategies to implement change. Particular focus will be on the servant leadership model which is couched in a spiritual understanding of human identity and mission, that solves problems, promotes personal development, and maximizes the effectiveness of organizations.

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    Business Law Foundations - BUS322 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Andre Wang
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    6:00PM-8:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    25

    Considers the common legal issues that businesses face in the course of daily operations. Includes topics in the areas of government regulation, contracts, product liability, property and international law.

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    Principles of Marketing & Sales - BUS362 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Michael Hohn
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    8:00AM-8:50AM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    Max Participants:
    25

    The use of organizational mission to develop a marketing approach to reach potential constituencies with image, product and service that will cause those constituencies to utilize the organization to meet their perceived needs in a manner tha is profitable to the organization.

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    Human Resource Management - BUS382 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Ted Takamura
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    227
    Max Participants:
    20

    This course examines the role of the human resource professional in managing today’s organizations. Recruitment, selection, development, appraisal, retention, compensation, and labor relations are examined. Implications of legal and global environments are appraised and current issues such as diversity training, sexual harassment policies, and rising benefit costs are analyzed. Best practices of employers of choice analyzed.

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    Business in Global Economy - BUS452 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Donald Sellers
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    4:30PM-6:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    25

    An introduction to the opportunities and obstacles for doing business in a foreign environment. Will touch on how such things as cultural differences, foreign currency, trade policy, regional alliances, international law, and development organizations impact international business and trade.

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    Business Policy & Strategy - BUS496 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Donald Sellers
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    2:55PM-4:10PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    25

    This course focuses on the strategic, organizational, and leadership challenges that organizations face, providing students with perspectives on how organizations formulate a vision, conduct internal and external evaluations or risk and resources, develop strategies to allocate resources, and implement and assess the operational results. Through readings, and case studies, students will examine strategies of successful and failed corporations. The use of simulation will allow students to create and test strategy implementation.

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    Marital Counseling - CN 724 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Carley Wecks
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    8:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    30

    Discusses counseling policies, skills, biblical perspectives on marriage and conflict management, while providing formats and models for counseling married couples in a conflicted relationship and engaged couples preparing for marriage.

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    Crisis Counseling - CN 726 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Carley Wecks
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    11:00AM-12:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    227
    Max Participants:
    35

    Practical principles in counseling the traumatic. Deeper analyses of child and spouse abuse, alcoholism, sickness, death, and drug addiction.

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    Growth & Development Through Life Stages - CN 728 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Robert Hildebrand
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    ALL
    Time:
    8:00AM-12:00PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    15

    Theoretical and practical discussion of common development issues throughout the life span, including individual, family and career growth. Consideration given to physical, emotional, cognitive, and moral aspects of these stages.

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    Interpersonal Communication - COM206 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Richard Ward
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    30

    Developing a deeper understanding of the functions of communication in human relationships. Examines aspects of communication such as listening, self-concept, self-disclosure, conflict resolution, and non-verbal communication. Observe, analyze, and apply concepts in a variety of relationship contexts, such as friendship, family, church, and work. Prerequisite: COM205 Public Speaking.

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    Intercultural Communication - COM306 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Martin Alphonse
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    2:55PM-3:45PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    Max Participants:
    20

    Identification and analysis of processes and problems of communicating across cultures, around the globe, as well as within the United States. Differences in attitudes, social organization, roles, language, and nonverbal communication. Adaptation to rules and forms of communication in varied cultural settings.

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    Diagnosis & Psychopathology - COU555 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Jim Velez
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    20

    Overview of basic diagnostic criteria. Students learn to identify and diagnose common forms of mental disorders, utilizing the DSM-IV-TR and to write a treatment plan based on current research.

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    Counseling Theory - COU560 (01)

    Professor:
    Ms. Mariah LeFeber
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    30

    A survey of theories of counseling from a historical-chronological perspective. Specific orientations include family systems, Adlerian, humanistic-existential, person-centered, psychoanalytic, a variety of cognitive-behavioral appoaches to counseling, as well as various Christian models of therapy. As students are exposed to these models, they are encouraged to incoporate and integrate their biblical understanding, their faith, and their values about the human change process, with these theories in order to begin to develop their own theoretical orientation to counseling.

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    Crisis Prevention & Intervention - COU565 (01)

    Professor:
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    25

    Explains role of counselors in preventing crises and emergencies that occur at an individual level (suicide, self-harm, etc.), on a community level (bullying, poverty, etc.) and on societal level (Racism, body image issues, mass shootings, etc.). Will train on models & methods of intervention after crises, disasters, natural disasters, emergencies, & large-scale violence, & psychological first aid strategies. Considers effects of trauma-causing events on all ages, suicide intervention models, and how to coordinate with other emergency responders. Course meets curricular requirements for CACREP standards.

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    Group Dynamics and Counseling - COU640 (01)

    Professor:
    Ms. Lisa Talvitie
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    Max Participants:
    30

    Introduces students to the various types of groups, dynamics involved in group process, ethics of group counseling, and a variety of techniques for working with specific groups. Students practice facilitating groups in simulated sessions and gain an awareness of their own personal process in a group setting as they take part as members in simulated group sessions.

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    Social & Cultural Diversity - COU643 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Unique Page
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    Max Participants:
    25

    Diversity in counseling is a conscious set of practices that involve understanding interdependence of humanity, culture, & natural environments. Course prepares students to skillfully counsel clients, even with differences between them. Will review issues and fluidity of age, ethnicity, socioeconomics, gender, physical abilities, race, sexuality, religion, spirituality, and cultural variations to gain insight to clients, and how experiences influence the counseling relationship.Course will increase awareness of one's own cultural worldview and begin the process of developing critical consciousness related to multicultural issues.

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    Psychopharmacology - COU648 (01)

    Professor:
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    Max Participants:
    25

    Reviews physiological components of mental health and application of psychopharmacology to mental health issues. Students will be introduced to neurological underpinnings related to mental health, how pharmaceutical intervention impacts the body and brain chemistry, and how addictive substances affect the body. Treatment implications for addictions and research-based psychopharmacological interventions will also be discussed.

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    Couples, Families and Other Systems - COU650 (01)

    Professor:
    Ms. Lisa Talvitie
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    30

    Serves as an introductory study of family systems theories and how to employ family systems theory in issues of sexuality, marraige and divorce, couple relationships and the family. Topics include alternative and blended families, family boundaries, intimate partner violence, physical and sexual abuse, and marital/couple discord.

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    Advanced Human Growth and Development - COU653 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Michael Pasimio
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    25

    Examines human development from birth through old age and focuses on counseling intervention strategies from the perspective of lifespan development.

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    Addictions - COU655 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Michael Pasimio
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    25

    This course will provide a basic understanding of addiction and behavior including substance abuse and other addictions including internet, gambling, and pornography. The couse will provide counselors-in-training with an overview of addictive disorders, stages of change, harm reduction, screening, assessment strategies, and intervention strategies including evidence-based practices. The behavioral health model and dual-diagnosis will also be covered. This course meets curricular requirements for CACREP standards.

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    Tests and Appraisal in Counseling - COU660 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Scott Mazdzer
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    30

    Survey of psychological assessment as a diagnostic and therapeutic tool in the treatment of individuals, couples, families, and groups. Focuses on reliability and validity of instruments, selection, administration, and ethical issues related to the administration of those instruments.

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    Spiritual Integration & Social Concern - COU670 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Barbara Feil
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    30

    Examines issues of the practice of counseling and social justice from a Christian perspective in secular and Christian settings. Focus is placed on the counselor's role as change agent within the context of current social problems, such as the treatment of the mentally ill, homelessness, and poverty.

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    Lifestyle and Career Development - COU680 (01)

    Professor:
    Ms. Sarah Anaya
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    30

    Investigates foundational issues regarding the development of career as a process that continues throughout the lifespan. Students will be invited to research career paths and ministry opportunities, and develop a career plan utilizing theories and models of career counseling.

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    Integ Case Conceptualization & Comp Oral - COU690 (01)

    Professor:
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    12

    Final Comprehensive Exam to be taken in 4th semester of degree program.

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    Framing a Missional Ecclesiology - DM 822M (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Richard McKinley
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    ALL
    Time:
    8:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    OFFSIT
    Room:
    OFF1
    Max Participants:
    11

    This course will focus on helping the student develop his or her own ecclesiology that produces a missional church. Developing a biblical understanding of the church, her nature, purpose and mission, is crucial to missional leadership. This course will explore the biblical and theological aspects of the church with the aim to helping the leader understand how to best lead their congregation into a faithful witness of what it means to be the people of God in culture.

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    Framing a Missional Ecclesiology - DM 822M (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Richard McKinley
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    ALL
    Time:
    1:00PM-5:00PM
    Building:
    OFFSIT
    Room:
    OFF1
    Max Participants:
    11

    This course will focus on helping the student develop his or her own ecclesiology that produces a missional church. Developing a biblical understanding of the church, her nature, purpose and mission, is crucial to missional leadership. This course will explore the biblical and theological aspects of the church with the aim to helping the leader understand how to best lead their congregation into a faithful witness of what it means to be the people of God in culture.

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    Creating Vision & Moving People - DM 824M (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Richard McKinley
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    ALL
    Time:
    8:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    OFFSIT
    Room:
    OFF1
    Max Participants:
    11

    This course will focus specifically on how to create vision that faithfully reflects our biblical and theological understanding of the gospel, church and culture, while simultaneously inspiring people to move into the mission of God. The students will be equipped to create and cast vision with specific action steps for implementation that will achieve the missional goals of their local congregation.

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    Creating Vision & Moving People - DM 824M (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Richard McKinley
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    ALL
    Time:
    1:00PM-5:00PM
    Building:
    OFFSIT
    Room:
    OFF1
    Max Participants:
    11

    This course will focus specifically on how to create vision that faithfully reflects our biblical and theological understanding of the gospel, church and culture, while simultaneously inspiring people to move into the mission of God. The students will be equipped to create and cast vision with specific action steps for implementation that will achieve the missional goals of their local congregation.

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    Macroeconomics - ECN234 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Donald Sellers
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    12:30PM-1:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    30

    A study of macroeconomic theory with a primary emphasis placed upon an examination of economic aggregates, including topics such as supply and demand, the market process, the economic role of government, measuring the nation's economic performance, unemployment, economic fluctuations, fiscal policy, money and the banking system, economic growth, international trade, and foreign exchange markets.

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    Foundations of Education - EDU102 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Jodilu Dodd
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    2:55PM-4:10PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L108
    Max Participants:
    25

    Designed to introduce prospective teachers to the world of public and private Christian education by exploring historical, philosophical, social, political, economic and legal foundations.

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    Culturally Responsive Pedagogy - EDU221 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Stanford Campbell
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L108
    Max Participants:
    25

    This course prepares future educators to be effective, culturallyresponsive instructors in multi-cultural classrooms. Topics covered include culture, prejudice, racism, ethnicity, pluralism, assimilation, gender, and socio-economics. The relationship between culture and education and designing curriculum that is culturally sensitive and inclusive is also explored. Course includes a 30-hour practicum.

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    Math Methods K-8 - EDU348 (01)

    Professor:
    Ms. Rachel Curtiss
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:45PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L108
    Max Participants:
    20

    Students will develop an awareness of effective teaching strategies in mathematics education. Throughout the course they will discuss theories and research-based practices in alignment with the Common Core for the K-8 classroom. Students will discover how to design instruction that focuses on conceptual development and procedural fluency. Focus will be given to developing an ethos conducive to learning mathematics, including developing a growth mindset. A 30-hour practicum is included.

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    Professional Seminar - EDU462 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Susan Boe
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    4:30PM-6:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    Max Participants:
    15

    Seminar provides students opportunities to discuss student teaching experiences, work on their Work Samples, complete their Portfolios, undergo mock interviews, and prepare to enter the work force as licensed educators. Prerequisite: Admission to Education Program.

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    Foundations of Education - EDU502 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Jodilu Dodd
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    2:55PM-4:10PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L108
    Max Participants:
    5

    Designed to introduce prospective teachers to the world of education by overviewing topics such as: what it means to be a teacher; the historical and philosophical roots of teaching; leaders influential in education; the development of American education; and the political, economic, social, and legal foundations of education; curriculum and instruction; international trends in education; and school reform. Emphasis will be given to the current issues challenging educational structures, including finances, standards, inclusion, literacy, ELL learners, the digital divide, special needs students, and cultural competency.

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    Intro to Educational Research - EDU504 (01)

    Professor:
    Ms. Rachel Curtiss
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    9:00AM-10:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    20

    Introduces graduate students to action research principles and practices; explores implications of research findings; takes students through introductory lessons in formulating research projects; examines current research principles and practices. Students will review, analyze and critique several action research articles and begin to develop their own action research projects.

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    Cultural Responsive Pedagogy - EDU506 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Stanford Campbell
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L108
    Max Participants:
    5

    This course is designed to prepare future educators to be effective, culturally conscious instructors in multi-cultural classrooms. Such topics will be covered as the meaning of culture, prejudice, racism, ethnicity, pluralism, and assimilation, as well as exploring the general history of multi-culturalism in the United States. Course includes a 14 hour practicum.

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    Teaching Math Methods - EDU529 (01)

    Professor:
    Ms. Rachel Curtiss
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:45PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L108
    Max Participants:
    1

    Students will develop an awareness of effective teaching strategies in mathematics education. Throughout the course they will discuss theories and research-based practices in alignment with the Common Core for the K-8 classroom. Students will discover how to design instruction that foruces on conceptual development and procedural fluency. Focus will be given to developing an ethos conducive to learning mathematics, including developing a growth mindset.

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    Psychology of the K-12 Learner - EDU548 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Christopher Spromberg
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    FRI
    Time:
    2:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    1

    This course studies the unique mind, will, and emotions of the learner in the context of human development. Specific topics include analysis and application of cognitive, socio-emotional, spiritual, and physical development theories as they pertain to teaching and learning.

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    Professional Seminar - EDU591 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Kathy McKee
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    4:30PM-6:20PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L108
    Max Participants:
    1

    Course includes: discussion of student teaching experiences; devlopment of work samples; and completion of portfolios, which includes students' resumes, philosophy of education, and collection of evidences from various coursework. Mock interviews will be conducted, and students will be coached through the final preparations for entering the work force as licensed educators.

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    Professional Seminar - EDU592 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Kathy McKee
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    4:30PM-6:20PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L108
    Max Participants:
    20

    Course includes: discussion of student teaching experiences; devlopment of work samples; and completion of portfolios, which includes students' resumes, philosophy of education, and collection of evidences from various coursework. Mock interviews will be conducted, and students will be coached through the final preparations for entering the work force as licensed educators.

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    Ministry to Families - EM 408 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Judy Glanz
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    2:30PM-4:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    15

    Biblical philosophy and methodology for ministry to families. Development of ministry strategy in response to nature, needs and conflicts in families. Involvement of the church in nurturing healthy family systems and ministering to non-traditional family units. Prerequisite: PSY304.

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    English Essentials - ENG050 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Doug Schaak
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    10

    Basic grammar for students whose placement examination indicates inadequate background. No credit.

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    College Writing - ENG120 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Domani Pothen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L108
    Max Participants:
    25

    Using a process model, this course will help students to become more effective writers in a variety of genres, requiring, for example, descriptive, expository, and persuasive papers. Also included is a review of grammar in the context of student writing. Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the English placement test.

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    College Writing - ENG120 (R1)

    Professor:
    Dr. Katherine Berning
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    4:30PM-5:45PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    205
    Max Participants:
    20

    Using a process model, this course will help students to become more effective writers in a variety of genres, requiring, for example, descriptive, expository, and persuasive papers. Also included is a review of grammar in the context of student writing. Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the English placement test.

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    British Literature - ENG212 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Doug Schaak
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    Max Participants:
    25

    A chronological study of major works of British literature. Selected readings introduce students to influential writers, a variety of literary forms, and significant currents of thought. An introduction to literature, these courses include practice in analytical writing and offer students a background in the humanities. Selections from the three principal periods of British literature over the past 200 years; the Romantic, the Victorian, and the 20th century. Readings include works by Wordsworth, Tennyson, and Hardy. Offered alternate years.

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    American Literature - ENG216 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Doug Schaak
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    25

    A chronological study of major works of American literature. Selected readings introduce students to influential writers, a variety of literary forms, and significant currents of (largely Western) thought. An introduction to literature, these courses include practice in analytical writing and offers students a background in the humanities. Selections from the late 19th century through the late 20th century, including works from the following major literary movements: realism, naturalism, modernism, and postmodernism. Readings include works by James, Crane, Frost, Eliot, Hemmingway, O'Connor, and Barthelme.

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    Critical Reading & Writing - ENG220 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Domani Pothen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    12:30PM-1:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    Max Participants:
    25

    Building on the students' introduction to expository and persuasive writing in English 120, this course integrates rhetorical analysis and interpretation of texts, including illocution, with responsible expository writing. Prerequisite: Eng120

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    Literary Theory/Criticism - ENG422 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Domani Pothen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:45PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L110
    Max Participants:
    25

    A broad overview of major schools of literary theory and criticism, including such approaches as formalism, Marxism, feminism, psychoanalysis, structuralism, and deconstruction. This course is practice-driven, emphasizing how a chosen theoretical approach determines critical direction. Offered alternate years. Prerequisite: One literature survey course and ENG304.

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    Genre Seminar - ENG452 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Doug Schaak
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    11:00AM-12:15PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    20

    An extensive study of one literary genre (e.g. short story, tragedy, lyric poetry, etc.) with an emphasis on discovering how "generic" definitions are formed and altered over time. Considerable attention will be given to secondary texts that explore these "generic" considerations, though readings will consist largely of primary texts in selected genres. Offered alternate years. Prerequisite: One literature survey coruse and ENG304.

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    Senior Thesis - ENG490 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Domani Pothen
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    5

    A substantial research paper written during the senior year under the direction of one faculty member.

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    Senior Thesis - ENG490 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Doug Schaak
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    5

    A substantial research paper written during the senior year under the direction of one faculty member.

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    Senior Thesis - ENG490 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Domani Pothen
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    5

    A substantial research paper written during the senior year under the direction of one faculty member.

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    Senior Thesis - ENG490 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Doug Schaak
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    5

    A substantial research paper written during the senior year under the direction of one faculty member.

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    Spiritual & Personal Formation - GE 100 (01)

    Professor:
    Miss Ashley Bell
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    25

    This first-year experience course will introduce students to critical components of spiritual and personal formation. Topics include the ethos and resources of Multnomah University, personal and spiritual growth, strength discovery and application, ministry involvement, and maximizing the collegiate experience.

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    Career Development - GE 390 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Carley Wecks
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    12:30PM-1:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    20

    A comprehensive exposure to and practical application of career development; ministry and secular opportunities will be explored in depth. Junior standing or professor's permission.

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    Career Development - GE 390 (02)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Carley Wecks
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    20

    A comprehensive exposure to and practical application of career development; ministry and secular opportunities will be explored in depth. Junior standing or professor's permission.

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    Career Development - GE 390 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mr. John McKendricks
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    211
    Max Participants:
    20

    A comprehensive exposure to and practical application of career development; ministry and secular opportunities will be explored in depth. Junior standing or professor's permission.

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    Foundations - GE 500 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mr. John McKendricks
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    12:00PM-12:50PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    204
    Max Participants:
    25

    This touchstone course is the starting point for all students in the M. Div.and MAPS degree programs. Attention is given to the disciplines of biblical, theological, and practical studies. GE 500 One credit, fall and spring semesters, online.

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    Fundamentals of Geology - GEO202 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Keith Swenson
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    3:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B1
    Max Participants:
    28

    Introductory course in geologic principles; the composition and structure of the earth, its landforms, the processes acting on the earth's surface, and its role in human affairs. This course is designed for all students interested in the study of the earth. Lab section, field trip and fee required.

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    Greek Grammar II - GRK112 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. John Terveen
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    1:00PM-3:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    20

    Continuation of GRK111; translation of the Gospel of Mark. Prerequisite: GRK111.

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    Greek Exegesis - GRK352 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Karl Kutz
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    1:00PM-3:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    114
    Max Participants:
    15

    Translation and exegetical study of Galatians or Ephesians with an emphasis on syntactical awareness and lexical study critical for biblical interpretation. Course includes assignments in textual criticism, diagramming, syntactical and structural analysis, use of the lexicon, word studes, biblical theological analysis, and arriving at themes with contemporary application. Prerequisite: GRK351

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    Greek Exegesis - GRK352 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mr. James Slavin
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    6:00PM-8:50PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    204
    Max Participants:
    15

    Translation and exegetical study of Galatians or Ephesians with an emphasis on syntactical awareness and lexical study critical for biblical interpretation. Course includes assignments in textual criticism, diagramming, syntactical and structural analysis, use of the lexicon, word studes, biblical theological analysis, and arriving at themes with contemporary application. Prerequisite: GRK351

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    Principles of New Testament Greek II - GRK502 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. John Terveen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    1:00PM-3:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    20

    Continued development of the language skills critical to reading and interpreting the Greek New Testament. Students finish the semester reading selected New Testament passages. While GRK502 and GRK512 both prepare students for second-year Greek, the four-credit course includes an emphasis on oral reading a two-day format and an additional hour of classroom exposure. Prerequisite: GRK501/511, spring semester.

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    Greek Exegesis - GRK652 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Karl Kutz
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    1:00PM-3:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    114
    Max Participants:
    20

    Translation and exegetical study of Galatians or Ephesians with an emphasis on syntactical awareness and lexical study critical for biblical interpretation. Course includes assignments in textual criticism, diagramming, syntactical and structural analysis, use of the lexicon, word studies, biblical theological analysis, and arriving at themes with contemporary application. Prerequisite: GRK651, Spring semester.

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    NT Exegesis Seminary: Gospel of John - GRK806 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. John Terveen
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    1:30PM-3:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    20

    Translation and exegetical analysis of the gospel of John with special attenion given to the distinctive Johannine presentation of Jesus' story. Prerequisite: Two years of Greek or GRK652 spring semester, odd-numbered years

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    New Testament Exeg: Jesus & Gospels - GRK808 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. John Terveen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    1:30PM-4:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    20

    Translation and exegetical analysis of the gospel of John with special attenion given to the distinctive Johannine presentation of Jesus' story. Prerequisite: Two years of Greek or GRK652 spring semester, odd-numbered years

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    Jesus Studies Seminar - GRK822 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. John Terveen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    1:30PM-4:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    12

    Translation and exegetical analysis of a selected canonical gospel (Matthew on even years, John on odd years). Special attention will be given to understanding contemporary scholarship in Jesus studies. spring semester, ThM students only

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    Hebrew Grammar II - HEB122 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rebekah Josberger
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    11:00AM-12:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    15

    A continuation of Heb 121 focusing on weak verbs, translation of Esther and portions of Deuteronomy. Prerequisite: HEB121.

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    Hebrew Reading and Exegesis - HEB322 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rebekah Josberger
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    11:00AM-12:15PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    227
    Max Participants:
    20

    Continuation of HEB321 with translation of wisdom and poetic texts. Prerequisite: HEB321

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    Hebrew Exegesis II - HEB402 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Karl Kutz
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    12:30PM-3:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    10

    Translation, analysis, and exegesis of strategic portions of the Hebrew Bible with an exegetical research project. Course is continuation of Heb401, but may be taken independently. Course may be repeated for credit due to rotating content-- (1) Isaiah 40-66, (2) O.T. Legal Texts, (3) Chronicles. Prerequisite: Heb322

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    Issues in Exegesis - HEB412 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Karl Kutz
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    8:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    227
    Max Participants:
    10

    Continuate of HEB411 with emphasis upon textual criticism, literary theory, and the analysis of poetic texts. Students complete an exegetical paper dealing with a passage from the book(s) being studied. Prerequisite: HEB411.

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    Hebrew Grammar II - HEB622 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rebekah Josberger
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    11:00AM-12:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    10

    Continuation of HEB 621 with an emphasis on weak verbs, translation of Ruth, Jonah and portions of Esther. Prerequisite: HEB 621. Spring semester.

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    Hebrew Reading and Exegesis - HEB722 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rebekah Josberger
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    11:00AM-12:15PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    227
    Max Participants:
    15

    Interpretation and translation of Ecclesiastes (Quhelet) with emphasis on using exegetical tools to pruduce a meaningful translation. Prerequisite: HEB 721. Spring semester.

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    Hebrew Exegesis Seminar II - HEB832 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Karl Kutz
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    12:30PM-3:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    15

    Translation, analysis, and exegesis of strategic portions of the Hebrew Bible with an exegetical research project. Course is a continuation of HEB 831, but may be taken independently. Student may repreat the course for credit due to rotating content---(1) Isaiah 40-66, (2) Deuteronomy 18-34, (3) Job 22-42. Prerequisite: HEB 722. Spring semester.

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    Issues in Exegesis - HEB842 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Karl Kutz
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    8:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    227
    Max Participants:
    12

    Emphasis upon the more technical aspects of exegesis such as textual criticism comparative philology, literary analysis. Students complete an exegetical project dealing with a passage they have chosen in consultation with the instructor. Prerequisite: HEB 722 (or HEB 622 and consent of the instructor)

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    Western Civilization - HST102 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Daniel Scalberg
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L109
    Max Participants:
    30

    The Modern Period: Rise of modern forms and theories of statecraft; political, cultural, and intellectual revolutions of the modern period; the changing relationship of church and state.

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    US History 1865-present - HST202 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Philip Johnson
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    30

    Development of the United States socially, economically, politically, culturally from 1865 to present including reconstruction, imperialism, progressivism, modernity, the 1920's, Depression and New Deal, world wars and Cold War, 1960's, and recent developments.

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    History of Christianity - HST306 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Daniel Scalberg
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    MTWR
    Time:
    12:30PM-1:20PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L109
    Max Participants:
    40

    The history of Christendom from apostolic to modern times with special attention to periods of growth and decline, doctrines and heresies, effect on society, and the development of denominations. Prerequisite: HST 101 or 102 or instructor's permission.

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    United States in the 20th Century - HST336 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Philip Johnson
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    20

    A social/cultural history of hte United States. Issues of race, gender, religion and the arts are considered. I. Progressive Era. II. Depression and World War II. III. Cold War Era. Offered alternate years.

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    Tudor-Stuart England - HST352 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Daniel Scalberg
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    2:30PM-3:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    227
    Max Participants:
    12

    From the reign of Henry VII (1483) through the reign of Queen Ann (1714), with emphasis on dynastic development, the Reformation, Elizabethan culture, the ascendancy of Parliament, and commercial expansion. Required spring break study abroad component. Travel fee required. Offered alternate years. Prerequisite: HST101 or 102.

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    Church History to the Modern Era - HTH614 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Philip Johnson
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    8:00AM-10:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    114
    Max Participants:
    30

    A study of Christianity from the second century to the rise of the Enlightenment with special emphasis on the institutional history of the church as well as theological developments in the church. Spring semester.

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    Reformation & Post-Reformation Theology - HTH704 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Bradley Harper
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    10:00AM-12:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    20

    Examines theological issues of the Reformation and the subsequent development of Protestant theology to the end of the nineteenth century; investigating major movements within Protestantism and the emergence of Enlightenment themes. spring semester

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    Strategies of Evangelism - IS 102 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Aaron Swoboda
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    FRI
    Time:
    3:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    20

    The message, nature, principles and problems of evangelism including personal and corporate approaches.

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    Strategies of Evangelism - IS 102 (01)

    Professor:
    Rev. Cameron Marvin
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    FRI
    Time:
    3:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    20

    The message, nature, principles and problems of evangelism including personal and corporate approaches.

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    Global Immersion Studies - IS 310 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Greg Burch
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    The course seeks to integrate culture and mission studies with cross-cultural opportunities that encourage reflection and action in global contexts. The emphasis of this course is in experiential missional learning from Christian agencies in distinct countries engaged in such topics as business as mission, church planting, biblical social justice, children's ministry, theological education, global partnership and majority world mission initiatives. Students are exposed to a plethora of ministry models in distinct socio-cultural contexts.

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    Theology of Cultural Engagement - IS 442 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Paul Metzger
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    7:30PM-9:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    10

    An analysis of a biblically informed, Christ-centered Trinitarian engagement of culture. The course highlights the Institute for the Theology of Culture: New Wine, New Wineskins' paradigm and gives special attention to the postmodern cultural context.

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    Justice, Development & Culture - IS 608 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Karen Fancher
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    5:30PM-7:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    25

    Creating cultural empathy and competence is critical to developing relationships and working with those from different societies, cultures and faith backgrounds. This course explores understandings in cross-cultural communication theory, socio-cultural insights and interfaith relationships. Social science theory integrated with biblical and theological content results in an exploration of social change in contexts of social justice and development.

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    Biblical Theology of Missions - IS 612 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Roger Trautmann
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    8:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    114
    Max Participants:
    30

    Exposure to God's missionary intent from Genesis to Revelation. Emphasizes the theme of missions in Scripture and the scope and current challenges of cross-cultural ministry. spring semester

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    Conflict, Refugees & Complex Disasters - IS 615 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Karen Fancher
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    7:30PM-9:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    25

    Surveys the contributing factors and intervention practices for responding to people impacted by conflict and natural disaster, with emphasis upon the unique needs of refugees and internally displaced persons. The role of the Church and faith-based agencies in responding to these needs is explored.

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    Applied Field Research Methodology - IS 624 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Greg Burch
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    5:30PM-7:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    25

    The course provides a comprehensive overview of current research metholodogies in international development work drawing from social science research. Both quantitative and qualitative approaches are examined. Emphasis is placed in research techniques that provide the students with knowledge and hands on training in the field.

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    Applied Field Research Methodology - IS 624 (01)

    Professor:
    Ms. Elisabeth Sethi
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    5:30PM-7:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    25

    The course provides a comprehensive overview of current research metholodogies in international development work drawing from social science research. Both quantitative and qualitative approaches are examined. Emphasis is placed in research techniques that provide the students with knowledge and hands on training in the field.

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    Community Development in Practice - IS 632 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Greg Burch
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    5:30PM-7:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    Max Participants:
    25

    This course explores both theological and biblical principles in community development highlighting holistic ministry responses. Emphasis is placed on incarnational living, empowerment and community participation in bringing about sustaniable change and tranformation to a variety of complex problems.

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    Community Development in Practice - IS 632 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Leroy Barber
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    5:30PM-7:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    Max Participants:
    25

    This course explores both theological and biblical principles in community development highlighting holistic ministry responses. Emphasis is placed on incarnational living, empowerment and community participation in bringing about sustaniable change and tranformation to a variety of complex problems.

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    Theology of Cultural Engagement - IS 642 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Paul Metzger
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    7:30PM-9:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    20

    An analysis of biblically informed, Christ-centered Trinitarian enagement of culture. The course highlights the Institute for the Theology of Culture: New Wine, New Wineskins' paradigm and gives special attention to the postmodern cultural context. spring semester

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    Topics in Global Development & Justice - IS 660 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Karen Fancher
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    5:30PM-7:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    15

    Subject matter for this course varies. Each time this course is offered it is further defined with a subtitle. Possible topics include Ministry to Street Children, Human trafficking, HIV/AIDS Crisis or other specialty areas.

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    Topics in Global Development & Justice - IS 660 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Greg Burch
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    Subject matter for this course varies. Each time this course is offered it is further defined with a subtitle. Possible topics include Ministry to Street Children, Human trafficking, HIV/AIDS Crisis or other specialty areas.

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    Micro-Fin & Business in Mission Context - IS 714 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Donald Sellers
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    7:30PM-9:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    Max Participants:
    25

    Business as mission and micro-finance projects are examined in light of contemporary efforts to create sustainable projects and community development. The course will review concepts related to tent-making in restricted access contexts, micro-loan methodologies, customer needs, product design and the on-going need to maintain high quality standards in business within global contexts.

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    Grammar for TESOL - LIN416 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Michael Bess
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    11:00AM-12:15PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    15

    This course provides a survey of descriptive English grammar that will equip students to teach the grammatical structures that prove most challenging for second language learners.

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    Language Assessment Evaluation - LIN418 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Kristyn Kidney
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    3:30PM-4:45PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    15

    Exploring the elements of authentic language skill assessment will be the focus of this course. Components of the course will include theoretical foundations of authentic assessment, the development of valid and reliable assessment instruments, and methods of implementing and maintaining on-going evaluation of student learning.

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    Teaching Oral & Written Communication - LIN452 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Kristi French
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    6:00PM-8:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    10

    After exposure to research and theory related to the teaching of listening, speaking, reading, and writing, current methodologies will be examined and used to formulate materials and lessons for classroom implementation. Prerequisite: LIN445.

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    Grammar for TESOL - LIN516 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Michael Bess
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    11:00AM-12:15PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    15

    This course provides a survey of descriptive English grammar that will equip students to teach the grammatical structures that prove most challenging for second language learners.

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    Language Assessment and Evaluation - LIN518 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Kristyn Kidney
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    3:30PM-4:45PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    15

    Exploring the elements of authentic language skill assessment will be the focus of this course. Components of this course will include theoretical foundations of authentic assessment, teh development of valid adn reliable assessment instruments, and methods of implementing and maintaining on-going evaluation of student learning. Spring semester

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    Teaching Oral & Written Communication - LIN552 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Kristi French
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    6:00PM-8:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    15

    After exposure to research and theory related to the teaching of listening, speaking, reading, and writing, current methodologies will be examined and used to formulate materials and lessons for classroom implementation. Prerequisite: LIN545

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    Theories of 2nd Language Acquisition - LIN554 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Kristyn Kidney
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    1:00PM-2:15PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    227
    Max Participants:
    15

    The course will examine general issues in first language acquisition but will spend the majority of time focusing on second language acquistion processes. Topics will include language development through the preschool years, the role of first language in adult second language acquistion (SLA), interlanguage, error analysis, individual differences, learner strategies, language universals and the role of instruction in second language learning.

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    Framing a Missional Ecclesiology - MDM622M (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Richard McKinley
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    ALL
    Time:
    8:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    OFFSIT
    Room:
    OFF1
    Max Participants:
    5

    This course will focus on helping the student develop his or her own ecclesiology that produces a missional church. Developing a biblical understanding of the church, her nature, purpose and mission, is crucial to missional leadership. This course will explore the biblical and theological aspects of the church with the aim to helping the leader understand how to best lead their congregation into a faithful witness of what it means to be the people of God in culture.

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    Framing a Missional Ecclesiology - MDM622M (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Richard McKinley
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    ALL
    Time:
    1:00PM-5:00PM
    Building:
    OFFSIT
    Room:
    OFF1
    Max Participants:
    5

    This course will focus on helping the student develop his or her own ecclesiology that produces a missional church. Developing a biblical understanding of the church, her nature, purpose and mission, is crucial to missional leadership. This course will explore the biblical and theological aspects of the church with the aim to helping the leader understand how to best lead their congregation into a faithful witness of what it means to be the people of God in culture.

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    Creating Vision & Moving People - MDM624M (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Richard McKinley
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    ALL
    Time:
    8:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    OFFSIT
    Room:
    OFF1
    Max Participants:
    5

    This course will focus specifically on how to create vision that faithfully reflects our biblical and theological understanding of the gospel, church and culture, while simultaneously inspiring people to move into the mission of God. The students will be equipped to create and cast vision with specific action steps for implementation that will achieve the missional goals of their local congregation.

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    Creating Vision & Moving People - MDM624M (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Richard McKinley
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    ALL
    Time:
    1:00PM-5:00PM
    Building:
    OFFSIT
    Room:
    OFF1
    Max Participants:
    5

    This course will focus specifically on how to create vision that faithfully reflects our biblical and theological understanding of the gospel, church and culture, while simultaneously inspiring people to move into the mission of God. The students will be equipped to create and cast vision with specific action steps for implementation that will achieve the missional goals of their local congregation.

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    Contemporary Math - MTH110 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Chin-Chi Chen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    WF
    Time:
    9:00AM-10:15AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    25

    Highlights the utility of mathematics in everyday life; increasing proficiency in advanced formula and problem solving, including real world applications.

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    Precalculus - MTH113 (R1)

    Professor:
    Ms. Jennifer Owen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    9:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    204
    Max Participants:
    15

    A course which focuses on functions (polynomial, rational, exponential, trigonometric) and their properties. There will be an emphasis on incorporating world problems. Prerequisite: MTH090 or satisfactory score on Math placement test.

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    Foundations of Math for EC/ET Teachers - MTH212 (01)

    Professor:
    Ms. Rachel Curtiss
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    8:00AM-8:50AM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L108
    Max Participants:
    15

    Introduction to the theoretical and practical basis for mathematics taught in grades Pre-K-6. The organization of the course comes from the Principles and Standards of the National Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM). Topics include Calculation and Estimation, Statistics and Probability, Algebraic Relationships, Measurement, Geometric Concepts, and Mathematical Problem Solving. Prerequisite: Mth 110.

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    Statistics - MTH224 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Keith Aldred
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    6:30PM-9:20PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L110
    Max Participants:
    25

    An introduction to the various aspects and uses of statistics. Develop statistical literacy through an understanding of things like statistical reasoning, statistical studies, probability, sampling, estimates, confidence intervals, and data analysis. In business, statistical methods are used in all functional areas of business to make good decisions in the face of uncertanity.

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    Piano Class II - MUS112 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Craig Jones
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    Max Participants:
    8

    Studies in elementary piano technique in a class situation designed for those with little or no background in piano. Notation, basic scale technique and chord progressions, to create simple accompaniment patterns. MUS111 prerequisite to MUS112.

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    Private Voice - MUS120 (31)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Amy Provenzola
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Private lessons, tailored to the level and need of the student, are available to all interested students. Guitar, organ, piano, and voice lessons are taught by Multnomah instructors. Instruction in other instruments may be arranged, depending on teacher availability. Class instruction in guitar, piano, or voice is recommended for students with no previous lessons in these areas. Consult the catalog section "Financial Information" for resume of costs for private instruction. Limit of six credits to apply to degree.

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    Private Voice - MUS120 (31)

    Professor:
    Ms. Megan Dixon
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Private lessons, tailored to the level and need of the student, are available to all interested students. Guitar, organ, piano, and voice lessons are taught by Multnomah instructors. Instruction in other instruments may be arranged, depending on teacher availability. Class instruction in guitar, piano, or voice is recommended for students with no previous lessons in these areas. Consult the catalog section "Financial Information" for resume of costs for private instruction. Limit of six credits to apply to degree.

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    Private Voice - MUS120 (32)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Amy Provenzola
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Private lessons, tailored to the level and need of the student, are available to all interested students. Guitar, organ, piano, and voice lessons are taught by Multnomah instructors. Instruction in other instruments may be arranged, depending on teacher availability. Class instruction in guitar, piano, or voice is recommended for students with no previous lessons in these areas. Consult the catalog section "Financial Information" for resume of costs for private instruction. Limit of six credits to apply to degree.

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    Private Voice - MUS120 (32)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Melinda Loomis
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Private lessons, tailored to the level and need of the student, are available to all interested students. Guitar, organ, piano, and voice lessons are taught by Multnomah instructors. Instruction in other instruments may be arranged, depending on teacher availability. Class instruction in guitar, piano, or voice is recommended for students with no previous lessons in these areas. Consult the catalog section "Financial Information" for resume of costs for private instruction. Limit of six credits to apply to degree.

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    Private Percussion Lessons - MUS120 (81)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Amy Provenzola
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Private lessons, tailored to the level and need of the student, are available to all interested students. Guitar, organ, piano, and voice lessons are taught by Multnomah instructors. Instruction in other instruments may be arranged, depending on teacher availability. Class instruction in guitar, piano, or voice is recommended for students with no previous lessons in these areas. Consult the catalog section "Financial Information" for resume of costs for private instruction. Limit of six credits to apply to degree.

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    Private Percussion Lessons - MUS120 (81)

    Professor:
    Brenden Behling
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Private lessons, tailored to the level and need of the student, are available to all interested students. Guitar, organ, piano, and voice lessons are taught by Multnomah instructors. Instruction in other instruments may be arranged, depending on teacher availability. Class instruction in guitar, piano, or voice is recommended for students with no previous lessons in these areas. Consult the catalog section "Financial Information" for resume of costs for private instruction. Limit of six credits to apply to degree.

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    Private Piano - MUS120 (11)

    Professor:
    Ms. Ruth Yerden
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Private lessons, tailored to the level and need of the student, are available to all interested students. Guitar, organ, piano, and voice lessons are taught by Multnomah instructors. Instruction in other instruments may be arranged, depending on teacher availability. Class instruction in guitar, piano, or voice is recommended for students with no previous lessons in these areas. Consult the catalog section "Financial Information" for resume of costs for private instruction. Limit of six credits to apply to degree.

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    Private Piano - MUS120 (11)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Amy Provenzola
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Private lessons, tailored to the level and need of the student, are available to all interested students. Guitar, organ, piano, and voice lessons are taught by Multnomah instructors. Instruction in other instruments may be arranged, depending on teacher availability. Class instruction in guitar, piano, or voice is recommended for students with no previous lessons in these areas. Consult the catalog section "Financial Information" for resume of costs for private instruction. Limit of six credits to apply to degree.

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    Private Improv Piano - MUS120 (13)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Amy Provenzola
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Private lessons, tailored to the level and need of the student, are available to all interested students. Guitar, organ, piano, and voice lessons are taught by Multnomah instructors. Instruction in other instruments may be arranged, depending on teacher availability. Class instruction in guitar, piano, or voice is recommended for students with no previous lessons in these areas. Consult the catalog section "Financial Information" for resume of costs for private instruction. Limit of six credits to apply to degree.

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    Private Improv Piano - MUS120 (13)

    Professor:
    Mr. Craig Jones
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Private lessons, tailored to the level and need of the student, are available to all interested students. Guitar, organ, piano, and voice lessons are taught by Multnomah instructors. Instruction in other instruments may be arranged, depending on teacher availability. Class instruction in guitar, piano, or voice is recommended for students with no previous lessons in these areas. Consult the catalog section "Financial Information" for resume of costs for private instruction. Limit of six credits to apply to degree.

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    Private Guitar - MUS120 (41)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Amy Provenzola
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Private lessons, tailored to the level and need of the student, are available to all interested students. Guitar, organ, piano, and voice lessons are taught by Multnomah instructors. Instruction in other instruments may be arranged, depending on teacher availability. Class instruction in guitar, piano, or voice is recommended for students with no previous lessons in these areas. Consult the catalog section "Financial Information" for resume of costs for private instruction. Limit of six credits to apply to degree.

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    Private Guitar - MUS120 (41)

    Professor:
    Mr. David Iula
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Private lessons, tailored to the level and need of the student, are available to all interested students. Guitar, organ, piano, and voice lessons are taught by Multnomah instructors. Instruction in other instruments may be arranged, depending on teacher availability. Class instruction in guitar, piano, or voice is recommended for students with no previous lessons in these areas. Consult the catalog section "Financial Information" for resume of costs for private instruction. Limit of six credits to apply to degree.

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    Private Percussion Lessons - MUS120 (82)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Amy Provenzola
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Private lessons, tailored to the level and need of the student, are available to all interested students. Guitar, organ, piano, and voice lessons are taught by Multnomah instructors. Instruction in other instruments may be arranged, depending on teacher availability. Class instruction in guitar, piano, or voice is recommended for students with no previous lessons in these areas. Consult the catalog section "Financial Information" for resume of costs for private instruction. Limit of six credits to apply to degree.

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    Private Percussion Lessons - MUS120 (82)

    Professor:
    Brenden Behling
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Private lessons, tailored to the level and need of the student, are available to all interested students. Guitar, organ, piano, and voice lessons are taught by Multnomah instructors. Instruction in other instruments may be arranged, depending on teacher availability. Class instruction in guitar, piano, or voice is recommended for students with no previous lessons in these areas. Consult the catalog section "Financial Information" for resume of costs for private instruction. Limit of six credits to apply to degree.

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    Private Voice - MUS120 (36)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Amy Provenzola
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Private lessons, tailored to the level and need of the student, are available to all interested students. Guitar, organ, piano, and voice lessons are taught by Multnomah instructors. Instruction in other instruments may be arranged, depending on teacher availability. Class instruction in guitar, piano, or voice is recommended for students with no previous lessons in these areas. Consult the catalog section "Financial Information" for resume of costs for private instruction. Limit of six credits to apply to degree.

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    Private Voice - MUS120 (36)

    Professor:
    Ms. Megan Dixon
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Private lessons, tailored to the level and need of the student, are available to all interested students. Guitar, organ, piano, and voice lessons are taught by Multnomah instructors. Instruction in other instruments may be arranged, depending on teacher availability. Class instruction in guitar, piano, or voice is recommended for students with no previous lessons in these areas. Consult the catalog section "Financial Information" for resume of costs for private instruction. Limit of six credits to apply to degree.

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    Ambassador Choir - MUS150 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Stanford Campbell
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    2:55PM-4:10PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    Max Participants:
    50

    Choral and worship team experience including rehearsal and performance with worship emphasis. Style of music: Baroque through Contemporary including polyphonic and homophonic sounds. Concert tour and purchase of outfit required. Limit of eight credits apply to degree. Lab section, audition and additional course fee required to purchase outfit.

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    Theory II - MUS234 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. David Tsai
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    12:30PM-1:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    Max Participants:
    15

    A continuation of the study of tonal music with application to current musical concepts and personal application through composition/performance. Prerequisite: MUS233, concurrent enrollment in MUS332 for music majors (minors excluded), or instructor's permission.

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    Advanced Private Piano - MUS320 (13)

    Professor:
    Ms. Ruth Yerden
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Refinement of primary instrument through mastery of advanced exercises and literature. Includes recital participation.

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    Advanced Private Piano - MUS320 (13)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Amy Provenzola
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Refinement of primary instrument through mastery of advanced exercises and literature. Includes recital participation.

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    Advanced Private Voice - MUS320 (33)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Amy Provenzola
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Refinement of primary instrument through mastery of advanced exercises and literature. Includes recital participation.

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    Advanced Private Voice - MUS320 (33)

    Professor:
    Ms. Megan Dixon
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Refinement of primary instrument through mastery of advanced exercises and literature. Includes recital participation.

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    Advanced Private Voice - MUS320 (34)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Amy Provenzola
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Refinement of primary instrument through mastery of advanced exercises and literature. Includes recital participation.

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    Advanced Private Voice - MUS320 (34)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Melinda Loomis
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Refinement of primary instrument through mastery of advanced exercises and literature. Includes recital participation.

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    Advanced Private Guitar - MUS320 (42)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Amy Provenzola
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Refinement of primary instrument through mastery of advanced exercises and literature. Includes recital participation.

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    Advanced Private Guitar - MUS320 (42)

    Professor:
    Mr. David Iula
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Refinement of primary instrument through mastery of advanced exercises and literature. Includes recital participation.

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    Advanced Private Composition - MUS320 (95)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Amy Provenzola
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Refinement of primary instrument through mastery of advanced exercises and literature. Includes recital participation.

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    Advanced Private Composition - MUS320 (95)

    Professor:
    Dr. David Tsai
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Refinement of primary instrument through mastery of advanced exercises and literature. Includes recital participation.

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    Adv Private Improv Piano - MUS320 (15)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Amy Provenzola
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Refinement of primary instrument through mastery of advanced exercises and literature. Includes recital participation.

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    Adv Private Improv Piano - MUS320 (15)

    Professor:
    Mr. Craig Jones
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Refinement of primary instrument through mastery of advanced exercises and literature. Includes recital participation.

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    Ear Training II - MUS332 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. David Tsai
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    4:20PM-5:10PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    Max Participants:
    15

    A continuation in recognizing musical elements in a variety of real-world contexts. Active listening developed through melodic, harmonic and rythmic studies.

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    Theory IV - MUS334 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. David Tsai
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    Max Participants:
    10

    Personalized application and examination of advanced concepts through composition and study. Expansion of individual "sound palette" through continue development in relevant styles with subsequent exploration of musical concepts. Prerequisite: MUS333 or instructor's permission.

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    Ambassador Choir - MUS350 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Stanford Campbell
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    2:55PM-4:10PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    Max Participants:
    10

    Leadership track: includes leadership roles within the choir such as mentoring, directing, rehearsing, administrative duties. Additional course fee and lab section required. Prerequisite: MUS341.

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    Worship & Arts Seminar - MUS444 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Stanford Campbell
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    9:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    Max Participants:
    20

    Instruction in the art of building a multi-arts approach to cohesive and creative corporate worship experiences; instruction will also focus on teh pastoral role of worship leader. Offered alternate years. Prerequisite: Mus343 and successful completion of Piano Proficiency Exam.

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    Individual Fitness - PE 102 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Curt Bickley
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    GYM
    Room:
    Gym
    Max Participants:
    20

    Knowledge and practice in individual and team sports and group recreational activities. Offerings include swimming, bowling, skating, basketball, volleyball, biking, golf, nutrition/fitness, jogging, pickle-ball, softball, floor hockey, weight training, badminton, soccer, and tennis. Classes meet one hour each week; two semesters are required for graduation. Physical education requirements are waived for students who are 25 years old when first enrolled, for students who present a physician's recommendation to the registrar, or for veterans eligible for G.I. educational benefits.

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    Coed Volleyball - PE 102 (03)

    Professor:
    Miss Lois Vos
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    9:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    GYM
    Room:
    Gym
    Max Participants:
    25

    Knowledge and practice in individual and team sports and group recreational activities. Offerings include swimming, bowling, skating, basketball, volleyball, biking, golf, nutrition/fitness, jogging, pickle-ball, softball, floor hockey, weight training, badminton, soccer, and tennis. Classes meet one hour each week; two semesters are required for graduation. Physical education requirements are waived for students who are 25 years old when first enrolled, for students who present a physician's recommendation to the registrar, or for veterans eligible for G.I. educational benefits.

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    Backcountry Snowshoeing - PE 102 (06)

    Professor:
    Ms. Regina Berquist
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    7

    Knowledge and practice in individual and team sports and group recreational activities. Offerings include swimming, bowling, skating, basketball, volleyball, biking, golf, nutrition/fitness, jogging, pickle-ball, softball, floor hockey, weight training, badminton, soccer, and tennis. Classes meet one hour each week; two semesters are required for graduation. Physical education requirements are waived for students who are 25 years old when first enrolled, for students who present a physician's recommendation to the registrar, or for veterans eligible for G.I. educational benefits.

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    Coed Basketball - PE 102 (02)

    Professor:
    Mr. Curt Bickley
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    8:00AM-8:50AM
    Building:
    GYM
    Room:
    Gym
    Max Participants:
    25

    Knowledge and practice in individual and team sports and group recreational activities. Offerings include swimming, bowling, skating, basketball, volleyball, biking, golf, nutrition/fitness, jogging, pickle-ball, softball, floor hockey, weight training, badminton, soccer, and tennis. Classes meet one hour each week; two semesters are required for graduation. Physical education requirements are waived for students who are 25 years old when first enrolled, for students who present a physician's recommendation to the registrar, or for veterans eligible for G.I. educational benefits.

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    Ultimate Frisbee - PE 102 (05)

    Professor:
    Mr. Curt Bickley
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    GYM
    Room:
    Gym
    Max Participants:
    25

    Knowledge and practice in individual and team sports and group recreational activities. Offerings include swimming, bowling, skating, basketball, volleyball, biking, golf, nutrition/fitness, jogging, pickle-ball, softball, floor hockey, weight training, badminton, soccer, and tennis. Classes meet one hour each week; two semesters are required for graduation. Physical education requirements are waived for students who are 25 years old when first enrolled, for students who present a physician's recommendation to the registrar, or for veterans eligible for G.I. educational benefits.

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    Hiking - PE 102 (04)

    Professor:
    Ms. Regina Berquist
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    7

    Knowledge and practice in individual and team sports and group recreational activities. Offerings include swimming, bowling, skating, basketball, volleyball, biking, golf, nutrition/fitness, jogging, pickle-ball, softball, floor hockey, weight training, badminton, soccer, and tennis. Classes meet one hour each week; two semesters are required for graduation. Physical education requirements are waived for students who are 25 years old when first enrolled, for students who present a physician's recommendation to the registrar, or for veterans eligible for G.I. educational benefits.

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    Men's Advanced Basketball - PE 202 (21)

    Professor:
    Mr. Curt Bickley
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    GYM
    Room:
    Gym
    Max Participants:
    25

    Knowledge and practice in individual and team sports and group recreational activities. Offerings include swimming, bowling, skating, basketball, volleyball, biking, golf, nutrition/fitness, jogging, pickle-ball, softball, floor hockey, weight training, badminton, soccer, and tennis. Classes meet one hour each week; two semesters are required for graduation. Physical education requirements are waived for students who are 25 years old when first enrolled, for students who present a physician's recommendation to the registrar, or for veterans eligible for G.I. educational benefits.

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    Women's Advanced Basketball - PE 202 (24)

    Professor:
    Mr. Curt Bickley
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    GYM
    Room:
    Gym
    Max Participants:
    25

    Knowledge and practice in individual and team sports and group recreational activities. Offerings include swimming, bowling, skating, basketball, volleyball, biking, golf, nutrition/fitness, jogging, pickle-ball, softball, floor hockey, weight training, badminton, soccer, and tennis. Classes meet one hour each week; two semesters are required for graduation. Physical education requirements are waived for students who are 25 years old when first enrolled, for students who present a physician's recommendation to the registrar, or for veterans eligible for G.I. educational benefits.

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    Men's & Women's Advanced Golf - PE 202 (26)

    Professor:
    Mr. Curt Bickley
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    25

    Knowledge and practice in individual and team sports and group recreational activities. Offerings include swimming, bowling, skating, basketball, volleyball, biking, golf, nutrition/fitness, jogging, pickle-ball, softball, floor hockey, weight training, badminton, soccer, and tennis. Classes meet one hour each week; two semesters are required for graduation. Physical education requirements are waived for students who are 25 years old when first enrolled, for students who present a physician's recommendation to the registrar, or for veterans eligible for G.I. educational benefits.

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    Men's & Women's Advanced Track & Field - PE 202 (27)

    Professor:
    Mr. Curt Bickley
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    25

    Knowledge and practice in individual and team sports and group recreational activities. Offerings include swimming, bowling, skating, basketball, volleyball, biking, golf, nutrition/fitness, jogging, pickle-ball, softball, floor hockey, weight training, badminton, soccer, and tennis. Classes meet one hour each week; two semesters are required for graduation. Physical education requirements are waived for students who are 25 years old when first enrolled, for students who present a physician's recommendation to the registrar, or for veterans eligible for G.I. educational benefits.

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    Intro to Philosophy & Christian Thought - PHL102 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Michael Gurney
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    WF
    Time:
    8:00AM-8:50AM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    Max Participants:
    40

    An introduction to Western thought focusing on the role and function of philosophy as it relates to worldviews and understanding the fundamental uses of critical thinking as a means of evaluating the various worldview claims.

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    Intro to Philosophy & Christian Thought - PHL102 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Michael Gurney
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    WF
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    40

    An introduction to Western thought focusing on the role and function of philosophy as it relates to worldviews and understanding the fundamental uses of critical thinking as a means of evaluating the various worldview claims.

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    Intro to Philosophy & Christian Thought - PHL102 (03)

    Professor:
    Dr. Michael Gurney
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    WF
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L101
    Max Participants:
    40

    An introduction to Western thought focusing on the role and function of philosophy as it relates to worldviews and understanding the fundamental uses of critical thinking as a means of evaluating the various worldview claims.

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    Introduction to Ethics - PHL302 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Michael Gurney
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    9:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    Max Participants:
    25

    An introduction to basic ethical theories and related contemporary moral issues with particular emphasis on the student being able to formulate and articulate a Christian approach to moral decision-making.

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    Introduction to Ethics - PHL302 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Michael Gurney
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    Max Participants:
    25

    An introduction to basic ethical theories and related contemporary moral issues with particular emphasis on the student being able to formulate and articulate a Christian approach to moral decision-making.

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    Introduction to Ethics - PHL302 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mr. James Slavin
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    FRI
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    204
    Max Participants:
    18

    An introduction to basic ethical theories and related contemporary moral issues with particular emphasis on the student being able to formulate and articulate a Christian approach to moral decision-making.

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    Introduction to Ethics - PHL302 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mr. James Slavin
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    SAT
    Time:
    9:00AM-4:30PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    204
    Max Participants:
    18

    An introduction to basic ethical theories and related contemporary moral issues with particular emphasis on the student being able to formulate and articulate a Christian approach to moral decision-making.

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    Biblical Leadership - PM 605 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Mark Belokonny
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    3:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    30

    Examines qualities and characteristics of a biblical leader, growth and development of church leadership at all levels, and understanding God's process of maturing leaders. Culminates with strategies for developing leadership within the church and for the church.

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    Biblical Leadership - PM 605 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mr. John McKendricks
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    2:00PM-3:50PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    205
    Max Participants:
    35

    Examines qualities and characteristics of a biblical leader, growth and development of church leadership at all levels, and understanding God's process of maturing leaders. Culminates with strategies for developing leadership within the church and for the church.

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    Orientation to Chaplaincy Ministry - PM 624 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Roger Trautmann
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    ALL
    Time:
    1:00PM-5:00PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    227
    Max Participants:
    15

    An introduction to the pastoral ministry of chaplains in institutional settings including military, hospital, prison, veteran's affairs, first responders, and corporate applications, with primary emphasis on the military chaplaincy. Class discussions focus on the chaplain's preparation, role, and function in the institutional culture, as well as unique opportunities and challenges. Summer term

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    Conflict Resolution in the Church - PM 734 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Mark Belokonny
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    ALL
    Time:
    8:00AM-12:00PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    25

    Investigation of the implementation of biblical principles for the prevention and resolution of different types of interpersonal conflict in the local church. Evaluation of conflict management principles and church discipline. summer

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    Communication Skills for Ministry & Lab - PR 708 (01)

    Professor:
    Rev. Thomas Schiave
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    1:00PM-4:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    20

    Principles of effective pedagogy; devotional messages, and communication for various ministry settings. Developing skills in leading small groups with emphasis on listening skills. Practice of a variety of verbal presentations, including public prayer and Scripture reading. Lab includes a hands-on application of course skills.

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    Preaching Epistolary Lit: The Pastorals - PR 716 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Gene Curtis
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    10:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    117
    Max Participants:
    15

    Advanced principles of sermon construction applied to epistolary literature. An analytical and expository study of the Pastoral Epistles. Development of a preaching schedule. Preach sermons for in-class evaluation. Prerequisites: GRK 501/511, GRK 502/512, and PR 611.

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    General Psychology - PSY100 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Elliott Lawless
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    2:30PM-3:20PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L109
    Max Participants:
    40

    A survey of principles from the field of psychology as they relate to the problems of contemporary man and a biblical worldview.

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    General Psychology - PSY100 (R1)

    Professor:
    Dr. Katherine Berning
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    1:00PM-3:50PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    101
    Max Participants:
    20

    A survey of principles from the field of psychology as they relate to the problems of contemporary man and a biblical worldview.

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    Adolescent Psychology - PSY202 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Syrett Torres Gatdula
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    4:20PM-5:35PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L110
    Max Participants:
    40

    Developmental characteristics of adolescents; skills in problems assessment and resolution that incorporate biblical psychology. Issues including family systems, identity foundation, sexuality, and forms of social and substance abuses.

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    Social Psychology - PSY215 (R1)

    Professor:
    Ms. Katy Hartley
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    6:00PM-8:50PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    205
    Max Participants:
    25

    The scientific study of how people think about, influence, and relate to one another in social situations is explored, with emphasis on multi-culturalism and Christian applications. Social forces such as conformity, persuasion, prejudice, aggression, altruism, attribution theory, and group dynamics will be discussed.

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    Human Growth and Development - PSY304 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Robert Hildebrand
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    2:55PM-4:10PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    Max Participants:
    40

    Psychological theories of human growth in the physical, cognitive, emotional, moral, and social domains; the usefulness of developmental theory for constructing instructional methodology and understanding spiritual growth; developmental theories applied to contemporary ministry contexts. Prerequisite: PSY100.

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    Educational Psychology - PSY306 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Christopher Spromberg
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    FRI
    Time:
    2:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    35

    Psychological theories of human growth in the physical, cognitive, emotional, moral, and social domains; the usefulness of developmental theory for constructing instructional methodology. Prerequisite: PSY100.

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    Introduction to Counseling - PSY352 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Elliott Lawless
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:45PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L101
    Max Participants:
    40

    An overview of major counseling theories and consideration of a basic counseling model that is both psychologically and biblically sound. Lab includes structured and supervised practice of the steps in the counseling model. Prerequisite: Junior standing.

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    Cognitive Psychology - PSY362 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Edward Steinhauer
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    3:00PM-5:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    20

    This course will explore the current research, theories, perspectives, and future trends in the field of Cognitive Psychology. Topics such as memory, sensation, perception, problem-solving, language, reasoning, emotion, attention, artificial intelligence, and related cognitive abilities will be explored. Offered alternate years.

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    Human Diversity - PSY374 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Elliott Lawless
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    3:30PM-6:20PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L110
    Max Participants:
    30

    Examines the multifaceted levels of diversity in humanity and will review ways to approach diversity in a sensitive and appropriate manner. Topics to be covered include a history of human diversity, cultural diversity, gender issues, spirituality, sexuality and how to be sensitive to issues of diversity as they pertain to working with people. Key human right and understanding will be explored.

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    Psychology and Faith Intgegration - PSY416 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Elliott Lawless
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MF
    Time:
    3:30PM-4:45PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    20

    Explores the relationship between the practice of counseling and the church, including the history of psychology and religion, roles of counseling in the church, the integration of Christianity and psychologoy, adn the modern outlook of psychology from a religious perspective.

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    Theories of Personality - PSY422 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Elliott Lawless
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    25

    This course will explore the psychological theories of personality development and personality structure. Personal, social, cultural, and religious applications will be discussed. Offered alternate years. Prerequisite: PSY100.

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    Foundations of Pastoral Leadership - PT 103 (R1)

    Professor:
    Dr. Douglas Vaughan
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    6:00PM-8:50PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    101
    Max Participants:
    25

    An examination of a sense of call to ministry and intra-personal and inter-personal character and spiritual qualifications for ministerial leadership.

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    Intro to Pastoral Theology and Polity - PT 106 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Jay Held
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    12:30PM-1:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    Max Participants:
    35

    Biblical concept of the essence, nature, program, government and ministerial leadership of the local church.

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    Intro to Spiritual Direction - PT 202 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Jay Held
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    Max Participants:
    30

    An introduction to spiritual direction as an art and discipline for intentionally guiding persons and small groups in their Christian spiritual formation; Group participation is required of students.

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    Homiletics - PT 301 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Jay Held
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    9:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    117
    Max Participants:
    10

    An application of the principles of homiletics to the development and delivery of sermons with emphasis on relevant biblical exposition. Prerequisite: BIB104 and COM205, or instructor's permission.

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    Church Leadership and Diversity - PT 303 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mr. Kristopher Dahir
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    2:00PM-3:50PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    212
    Max Participants:
    10

    Key issues of ethnicity, class, gender and generations are related to leading in the local church and larger social community.

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    Theory & Theology of Leadership - PT 305 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mr. John McKendricks
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    2:00PM-3:50PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    212
    Max Participants:
    15

    An overview of principal theoretical models of leadership and a theological understanding of leadership. Students develop a redemptive leadership model that incorporates effective practices in ministerial leadership.

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    Advanced Homiletics - PT 401 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Jay Held
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    117
    Max Participants:
    10

    Advanced preparation of developing and delivering relevant biblical exposition with emphasis upon the use of story, personal story, biblical narratives, and narrative sermon forms. Prerequisite: PT 301.

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    Senior Homiletics - PT 408 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Jay Held
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    2:30PM-3:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    117
    Max Participants:
    10

    A senior level preaching practicum focusing on the development and delivery of relevant biblical expositions from a variety of genres including poetry and a topic from Proverbs and the development of a preaching plan. Prerequisite: PT 401.

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    Senior Homiletics - PT 408 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mr. Santino Cantalupo
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    212
    Max Participants:
    10

    A senior level preaching practicum focusing on the development and delivery of relevant biblical expositions from a variety of genres including poetry and a topic from Proverbs and the development of a preaching plan. Prerequisite: PT 401.

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    Science & Faith Integration - SCI310 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Sarah Gall
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    2:30PM-3:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    15

    A gateway to the study of biology intended for all students who plan to major in biology. A emphasis on developing critical thinking skills and exploring the touchpoints of integration of faith and scientific learning. Seminars addressing current research advances, ethical issues in science, or the intersection of science, vocation, and Christian faith are presented.

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    Principles of Spiritual Formation II - SF 512 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Calvin Blom
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    3:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    25

    Integration of biblical, spiritual disciplines with the walk of faith. Requires suprevised Christian ministry involvement. Prerequisite: SF 511 or permission of instructor.

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    Prayer - SF 714 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Calvin Blom
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    4:00PM-5:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    117
    Max Participants:
    25

    Emphasizes the student's development of a personal prayer life and ministry. Attention given to the prayers recorded in the Scriptures and development of a personal prayer strategy.

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    Cultural Anthropology - SOC204 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Greg Burch
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    25

    Understanding traditions, customs, and taboos of different peoples, with special emphasis on cross-cultural communication.

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    Theology II - TH 308 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Paul Metzger
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    8:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    15

    The origin, nature, fall, present condition, present responsiblity, and destiny of humanity, with emphasis on his relation to God. Salvation, including doctrines of propitiation, reconciliation, redemption, justification, regeneration and sanctifcation; election, faith and repentance, assurance and perseverance. The Church in its local, city and catholic/universal manifestations; the functions of the Church; Church polity and ordinaces. A study of both personal eschatology (death and the intermediate state) and collective eschatology (the second coming, the millennium, the rapture, the tribulation, heaven and hell, and the eternal state).

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    Theology II - TH 308 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Bradley Harper
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    8:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    25

    The origin, nature, fall, present condition, present responsiblity, and destiny of humanity, with emphasis on his relation to God. Salvation, including doctrines of propitiation, reconciliation, redemption, justification, regeneration and sanctifcation; election, faith and repentance, assurance and perseverance. The Church in its local, city and catholic/universal manifestations; the functions of the Church; Church polity and ordinaces. A study of both personal eschatology (death and the intermediate state) and collective eschatology (the second coming, the millennium, the rapture, the tribulation, heaven and hell, and the eternal state).

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    Theology II - TH 308 (03)

    Professor:
    Dr. Michael Gurney
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    11:00AM-12:50PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    Max Participants:
    25

    The origin, nature, fall, present condition, present responsiblity, and destiny of humanity, with emphasis on his relation to God. Salvation, including doctrines of propitiation, reconciliation, redemption, justification, regeneration and sanctifcation; election, faith and repentance, assurance and perseverance. The Church in its local, city and catholic/universal manifestations; the functions of the Church; Church polity and ordinaces. A study of both personal eschatology (death and the intermediate state) and collective eschatology (the second coming, the millennium, the rapture, the tribulation, heaven and hell, and the eternal state).

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    Theology II - TH 308 (R1)

    Professor:
    Dr. Timothy Allen
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    1:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    101
    Max Participants:
    25

    The origin, nature, fall, present condition, present responsiblity, and destiny of humanity, with emphasis on his relation to God. Salvation, including doctrines of propitiation, reconciliation, redemption, justification, regeneration and sanctifcation; election, faith and repentance, assurance and perseverance. The Church in its local, city and catholic/universal manifestations; the functions of the Church; Church polity and ordinaces. A study of both personal eschatology (death and the intermediate state) and collective eschatology (the second coming, the millennium, the rapture, the tribulation, heaven and hell, and the eternal state).

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    NT Biblical Theology - TH 406 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Ray Lubeck
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    Max Participants:
    25

    An examination of biblical thought using an inductive methodology; theological expression of individual books; progressive revelation and major themes. Prerequisite: BIB 104 and junior standing.

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    Senior Theology: Hist of Th & Doctrine - TH 408 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Bradley Harper
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    12:00PM-1:15PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    15

    A seminar study of major Bible doctrines; emphasis on the student's formulation and defense of his or her own biblical convictions; recent historical and contemporary trends in theology. Prerequisite: Senior Standing, TH 303, TH 314, TH 403

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    Senior Theology: Hist of Th & Doctrine - TH 408 (03)

    Professor:
    Dr. Michael Gurney
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    6:00PM-8:50PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L108
    Max Participants:
    15

    A seminar study of major Bible doctrines; emphasis on the student's formulation and defense of his or her own biblical convictions; recent historical and contemporary trends in theology. Prerequisite: Senior Standing, TH 303, TH 314, TH 403

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    Senior Theology: Hist of Th & Doctrine - TH 408 (R1)

    Professor:
    Dr. Timothy Allen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    6:00PM-8:50PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    204
    Max Participants:
    25

    A seminar study of major Bible doctrines; emphasis on the student's formulation and defense of his or her own biblical convictions; recent historical and contemporary trends in theology. Prerequisite: Senior Standing, TH 303, TH 314, TH 403

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    Christian Theology II - TH 508 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Paul Metzger
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    8:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    20

    The origin, nature, fall, present condition, present responsibility, and destiny of humanity with emphasis on man's relationship to God. Salvation, including the doctrines of propitiation, reconciliation, redemption, justification, regeneration and the sanctification; election, faith and repentance, assuarance and perseverance. The church in its local, city, and catholic/universal manifestations; the functions of the Church; Church polity and ordinances. A study of both personal eschatology (death and intermediate state) and collective eschatology (the second coming, the millennium, the rapture, the tribulation, heaven adn hell, and the eternal state). Spring semester

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    Christian Theology II - TH 508 (R1)

    Professor:
    Dr. Timothy Allen
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    1:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    101
    Max Participants:
    25

    The origin, nature, fall, present condition, present responsibility, and destiny of humanity with emphasis on man's relationship to God. Salvation, including the doctrines of propitiation, reconciliation, redemption, justification, regeneration and the sanctification; election, faith and repentance, assuarance and perseverance. The church in its local, city, and catholic/universal manifestations; the functions of the Church; Church polity and ordinances. A study of both personal eschatology (death and intermediate state) and collective eschatology (the second coming, the millennium, the rapture, the tribulation, heaven adn hell, and the eternal state). Spring semester

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    Apologetics Seminar - TH 642 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Scott Lindsley
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    10:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    20

    Discussion of philosophical issues important to apologetics with analysis of contemporary apologetic approaches. Students research common objections to Christianity. spring semester

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    Colloquium in Christian Theology - TH 742 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Albert Baylis
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    1:00PM-3:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    114
    Max Participants:
    30

    A summative seminar for formulating and expressing doctrinal convictions regarding scriptural teaching in key areas of historic orthodoxy, the heritage of the seminary, and the polity of their own ecclesiastical affiliation. Includes a written doctrinal statement appropriate for an ordination setting. Prerequisites: TH 507 and TH 508 spring semester

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    Spiritual Formation of Youth - YM 310 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Robert Hildebrand
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:45PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    25

    The spiritual nurture of youth including discipleship, spiritual disciplines, worship, and practical issues of sanctification in youth ministry programming. Integration of spiritual formation with rudiments of developmental psychology. Prerequisite: YM 201.

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    Global Youth Ministry - YM 315 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Robert Hildebrand
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Youth ministry in cross-cultural contexts, including urban/inner city and international venues. Trends, issues, and strategies related to ministry among unreached youth and youth in challenging contexts both at home and abroad. Prerequisite: YM 201.

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    Youth Ministry Leadership - YM 420 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Robert Hildebrand
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    2:30PM-3:45PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    Max Participants:
    15

    This course will address the topic of primary leadership in a youth ministry context and issues related to vocational tenure. Students will also create a detailed philosophy of ministry that will serve as a capstone project.

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    Bible Study Methods - BIB104 (03)

    Professor:
    Dr. Ray Lubeck
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    An introduction to the nature, process, and practice of interpretation, focusing on the narrative and poetic literature of the Bible.

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    Gospel, Acts, Revelation - BIB112 (05)

    Professor:
    Dr. Tom Hauff
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    A study of the Gospels with emphasis on Matthew, John and the ministry of Christ. Expository studies include consideration of harmonic and theological problems, and present an application of the teaching of Christ to contemporary life. The book of Acts is examined as it represents the ministry of Paul the apostle, and connecting the composition of his epistles with that narrative. Includes a discussion of the book of Revelation and its role as NT apocalyptic literature.

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    Text and Canon - BIB306 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Ray Lubeck
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    A survey of the languages, structure, canonicity, texts, manuscripts and versions of the Bible; consideration of extra-biblical Jewish writings, Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha, and textual criticism. Emphasis is given to the translation and history of the English Bible. Prerequisite: BIB 102.

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    Isaiah through Malachi - BIB502 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Joseph Zichterman
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    An investigation of the historical, prophetic, and personally relevant aspects of the major and minor prophets, with special emphasis on the book of Isaiah.

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    Gospels, Hebrews through Revelation - BIB504 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Philip Johnson
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    16

    Message, structure, and distinctive features of the four Gospels, Hebrews, the General Epistles, and the Revelation. Matthew, John, Hebrews and Revelations are emphasized.

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    Gospels, Hebrews through Revelation - BIB504 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. John Terveen
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    16

    Message, structure, and distinctive features of the four Gospels, Hebrews, the General Epistles, and the Revelation. Matthew, John, Hebrews and Revelations are emphasized.

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    Business Simulation - BUS111 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Donald Sellers
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    This course is a dynamic, hands-on, immersion style introduction to business simulation software that will be used in later courses. Students will learn the mechanics of the software while developing spreadsheet skills; begin to understand the inter-connectedness of the functional areas of business; and be exposed to basic research, analysis and decision-making processes.

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    Business Essentials - BUS201 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Michael Hohn
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    An introductory course to the principles and major functional areas of business. It will include a biblical perspective concerning business, and the role of ethics and sustainability.

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    Organizational Behavior - BUS331 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Michael Hohn
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    7

    Organizational Behavior is the study of human behavior in organizations and emphasizes concepts and practical methods for understanding, analyzing, and predicting individual, group, and organizational behavior. Topics include work motivation, team-work, group dynamics, decision making, conflict and negotiation, leadership, power, job enrichment and organizational culture. Ethical and inter-cultural considerations are also addressed.

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    DMin Personal Ministry Reflection - DM 810 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Derek Chinn
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    This online course is for all students in the program. It emphasizes personal assessment and awareness in the student's ministry setting. Student meet with their ministry's constituents, colleagues and mentors to apply what they are learning in their ministry track, in their respective ministry. Students also get a brief refresher on theological research and writing.

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    DMin Pastoral Ministry Interaction - DM 820 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Derek Chinn
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    5

    This online course is for all students in the program. The class expands on what was emphasized in Year 1 with a focus on evaluation and awareness about how one's ministry affects family and the relational community in which they are a part. It encourages reflection and ministry assessment with the people whom the students are ministering alongside.

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    Framing a Missional Ecclesiology Forum - DM 823M (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Richard McKinley
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    11

    This is the follow-up online course to the in-class seminar. The discussion forum and lab is the opportunity to put what was learned in class into action in the student's ministry setting.

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    Leading the Church into Culture Forum - DM 825M (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Richard McKinley
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    11

    The follow-up online course to the in-class seminar. The discussion forum is the opportunity to put what was learned in class into action in the student's ministry setting.

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    Macroeconomics - ECN234 (02)

    Professor:
    Mr. Tyler Campo
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    A study of macroeconomic theory with a primary emphasis placed upon an examination of economic aggregates, including topics such as supply and demand, the market process, the economic role of government, measuring the nation's economic performance, unemployment, economic fluctuations, fiscal policy, money and the banking system, economic growth, international trade, and foreign exchange markets.

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    College Writing - ENG120 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Doug Schaak
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    Using a process model, this course will help students to become more effective writers in a variety of genres, requiring, for example, descriptive, expository, and persuasive papers. Also included is a review of grammar in the context of student writing. Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the English placement test.

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    Critical Reading & Writing - ENG220 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Domani Pothen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    Building on the students' introduction to expository and persuasive writing in English 120, this course integrates rhetorical analysis and interpretation of texts, including illocution, with responsible expository writing. Prerequisite: Eng120

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    Foundations - GE 500 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Roger Trautmann
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    30

    This touchstone course is the starting point for all students in the M. Div.and MAPS degree programs. Attention is given to the disciplines of biblical, theological, and practical studies. GE 500 One credit, fall and spring semesters, online.

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    Principles of New Testament Greek II - GRK502 (02)

    Professor:
    Mr. Brinton Hinz
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    Continued development of the language skills critical to reading and interpreting the Greek New Testament. Students finish the semester reading selected New Testament passages. While GRK502 and GRK512 both prepare students for second-year Greek, the four-credit course includes an emphasis on oral reading a two-day format and an additional hour of classroom exposure. Prerequisite: GRK501/511, spring semester.

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    Hebrew Grammar II - HEB622 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Karl Kutz
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    Continuation of HEB 621 with an emphasis on weak verbs, translation of Ruth, Jonah and portions of Esther. Prerequisite: HEB 621. Spring semester.

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    US History 1865-present - HST202 (02)

    Professor:
    Ms. Erin Krupicka
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    Development of the United States socially, economically, politically, culturally from 1865 to present including reconstruction, imperialism, progressivism, modernity, the 1920's, Depression and New Deal, world wars and Cold War, 1960's, and recent developments.

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    Church History to the Modern Era - HTH614 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Philip Johnson
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    A study of Christianity from the second century to the rise of the Enlightenment with special emphasis on the institutional history of the church as well as theological developments in the church. Spring semester.

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    Reformation & Post-Reformation Theology - HTH704 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Bradley Harper
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    Examines theological issues of the Reformation and the subsequent development of Protestant theology to the end of the nineteenth century; investigating major movements within Protestantism and the emergence of Enlightenment themes. spring semester

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    Music Appreciation - HUMW131 (01)

    Professor:
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    0

    The development of listening skills acquired through an understanding of musical building blocks and characteristics of style and form.

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    Found in International Devlpmt Practice - IS 501 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Greg Burch
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    Focuses on understanding the history of international development work and the primary theories (both macro and micro) associated with the practice of development in the majority world. Includes work among the poor in developing societies: including economic development, poverty alleviation, food security, urban complexities and sustainable change. Emphasis is placed on maintainnig a Christian witness and Christ-centered transformation in the lives of individuals and their communities.

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    Intro to Advocacy & Justice Studies - IS 505 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Michael Pucci
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    This course examines biblical justice in relation to contemporary issues in both North American and international contexts. Issues such as race, immigration, human trafficking and sexual exploitation, poverty, violence, gender, creation care and human dignity will be considered along with how to advocate for those who are oppressed and marginalized in society.

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    Justice, Development & Culture - IS 608 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Karen Fancher
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    Creating cultural empathy and competence is critical to developing relationships and working with those from different societies, cultures and faith backgrounds. This course explores understandings in cross-cultural communication theory, socio-cultural insights and interfaith relationships. Social science theory integrated with biblical and theological content results in an exploration of social change in contexts of social justice and development.

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    Framing a Missional Ecclesiology Forum - MDM623M (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Richard McKinley
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    5

    This is the follow-up online course to the in-class seminar. The discussion forum and lab is the opportunity to put what was learned in class into action in the student's ministry setting.

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    Leading the Church into Culture Forum - MDM625M (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Richard McKinley
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    5

    This is the follow-up online course to the in-class seminar. The discussion forum and lab is the opportunity to put what was learned in class into action in the student's ministry setting.

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    Contemporary Math - MTH110 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Chin-Chi Chen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    Highlights the utility of mathematics in everyday life; increasing proficiency in advanced formula and problem solving, including real world applications.

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    Introduction to Ethics - PHL302 (03)

    Professor:
    Dr. Michael Gurney
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    An introduction to basic ethical theories and related contemporary moral issues with particular emphasis on the student being able to formulate and articulate a Christian approach to moral decision-making.

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    Biblical Leadership - PM 605 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Mark Belokonny
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    Examines qualities and characteristics of a biblical leader, growth and development of church leadership at all levels, and understanding God's process of maturing leaders. Culminates with strategies for developing leadership within the church and for the church.

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    Human Growth and Development - PSY304 (02)

    Professor:
    Chaplain Leo Mora
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    Psychological theories of human growth in the physical, cognitive, emotional, moral, and social domains; the usefulness of developmental theory for constructing instructional methodology and understanding spiritual growth; developmental theories applied to contemporary ministry contexts. Prerequisite: PSY100.

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    Organizational Behavior - PSY331 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Michael Hohn
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    8

    OB is the study of human behavior in organizations and emphasizes concepts and practical methods for understanding, analyzing, and predicting individual, group, and organizational behavior. Topics include work motivation, team-work, group dynamics, decision making, conflict and negotiation, leadership, power, job enrichment and organizational culture

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    Principles of Spiritual Formation I - SF 511 (01)

    Professor:
    Rev. Thomas Schiave
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    16

    Examines a theology of the spiritual life and the factors that contribute to a balanced spiritual life. Requires supervised Christian ministry involvement.

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    Principles of Spiritual Formation II - SF 512 (03)

    Professor:
    Rev. Thomas Schiave
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    Integration of biblical, spiritual disciplines with the walk of faith. Requires suprevised Christian ministry involvement. Prerequisite: SF 511 or permission of instructor.

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    Cultural Anthropology - SOC204 (02)

    Professor:
    Mr. Jeffrey Hogue
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    Understanding traditions, customs, and taboos of different peoples, with special emphasis on cross-cultural communication.

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    Theology II - TH 308 (04)

    Professor:
    Dr. Bradley Harper
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    The origin, nature, fall, present condition, present responsiblity, and destiny of humanity, with emphasis on his relation to God. Salvation, including doctrines of propitiation, reconciliation, redemption, justification, regeneration and sanctifcation; election, faith and repentance, assurance and perseverance. The Church in its local, city and catholic/universal manifestations; the functions of the Church; Church polity and ordinaces. A study of both personal eschatology (death and the intermediate state) and collective eschatology (the second coming, the millennium, the rapture, the tribulation, heaven and hell, and the eternal state).

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    Christian Theology II - TH 508 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Bradley Harper
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    13

    The origin, nature, fall, present condition, present responsibility, and destiny of humanity with emphasis on man's relationship to God. Salvation, including the doctrines of propitiation, reconciliation, redemption, justification, regeneration and the sanctification; election, faith and repentance, assuarance and perseverance. The church in its local, city, and catholic/universal manifestations; the functions of the Church; Church polity and ordinances. A study of both personal eschatology (death and intermediate state) and collective eschatology (the second coming, the millennium, the rapture, the tribulation, heaven adn hell, and the eternal state). Spring semester

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    Bible Study Methods - BIB104 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Ray Lubeck
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    WF
    Time:
    8:00AM-8:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    15

    An introduction to the nature, process, and practice of interpretation, focusing on the narrative and poetic literature of the Bible.

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    Bible Study Methods - BIB104 (01)

    Professor:
    Miss Nataliya Mikhaylova
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    WF
    Time:
    8:00AM-8:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    15

    An introduction to the nature, process, and practice of interpretation, focusing on the narrative and poetic literature of the Bible.

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    Bible Study Methods - BIB104 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Ray Lubeck
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    WF
    Time:
    9:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    15

    An introduction to the nature, process, and practice of interpretation, focusing on the narrative and poetic literature of the Bible.

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    Bible Study Methods - BIB104 (02)

    Professor:
    Mr. Ryan Brown
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    WF
    Time:
    9:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    15

    An introduction to the nature, process, and practice of interpretation, focusing on the narrative and poetic literature of the Bible.

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    Bible Study Methods - BIB104 (03)

    Professor:
    Dr. Ray Lubeck
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    WF
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    117
    Max Participants:
    15

    An introduction to the nature, process, and practice of interpretation, focusing on the narrative and poetic literature of the Bible.

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    Bible Study Methods - BIB104 (03)

    Professor:
    Joseph Kisselburgh
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    WF
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    117
    Max Participants:
    15

    An introduction to the nature, process, and practice of interpretation, focusing on the narrative and poetic literature of the Bible.

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    Bible Study Methods - BIB104 (04)

    Professor:
    Dr. Ray Lubeck
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    WF
    Time:
    12:30PM-1:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    15

    An introduction to the nature, process, and practice of interpretation, focusing on the narrative and poetic literature of the Bible.

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    Bible Study Methods - BIB104 (04)

    Professor:
    Mr. Drew Whithorn
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    WF
    Time:
    12:30PM-1:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    15

    An introduction to the nature, process, and practice of interpretation, focusing on the narrative and poetic literature of the Bible.

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    Bible Study Methods - BIB104 (05)

    Professor:
    Dr. Tom Hauff
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    WF
    Time:
    8:00AM-8:50AM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L109
    Max Participants:
    15

    An introduction to the nature, process, and practice of interpretation, focusing on the narrative and poetic literature of the Bible.

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    Bible Study Methods - BIB104 (05)

    Professor:
    Miss Lynsey Stepan
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    WF
    Time:
    8:00AM-8:50AM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L109
    Max Participants:
    15

    An introduction to the nature, process, and practice of interpretation, focusing on the narrative and poetic literature of the Bible.

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    Bible Study Methods - BIB104 (06)

    Professor:
    Dr. Tom Hauff
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    WF
    Time:
    9:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    Max Participants:
    15

    An introduction to the nature, process, and practice of interpretation, focusing on the narrative and poetic literature of the Bible.

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    Bible Study Methods - BIB104 (06)

    Professor:
    Miss Lynsey Stepan
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    WF
    Time:
    9:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    Max Participants:
    15

    An introduction to the nature, process, and practice of interpretation, focusing on the narrative and poetic literature of the Bible.

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    Bible Study Methods - BIB104 (07)

    Professor:
    Dr. Tom Hauff
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    WF
    Time:
    12:30PM-1:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    117
    Max Participants:
    15

    An introduction to the nature, process, and practice of interpretation, focusing on the narrative and poetic literature of the Bible.

  • more

    Bible Study Methods - BIB104 (07)

    Professor:
    Miss Lynsey Stepan
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    WF
    Time:
    12:30PM-1:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    117
    Max Participants:
    15

    An introduction to the nature, process, and practice of interpretation, focusing on the narrative and poetic literature of the Bible.

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    General Biology II - BIO212 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Sarah Gall
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    8:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    JHOUSE
    Room:
    S
    Max Participants:
    15

    Continuation of 211 with emphasis on basic genetics, ecology, and taxonomy. Lab section and fee required. Prerequisite: BIO 211.

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    Supervision - COU605 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Nicole La Verne
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    8:30AM-9:20AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    3

    Supervised clinical internship in community and church counseling programs.Students begin internship in second year of program upon applying for placement at a chosen site at end of their first year. Students spend an average of 12-15 hours a week over the course of the year at their internship site. Students are supervised by an approved on-site supervisor, and meet weekly in small groups with a faculty supervisor on campus. Student must pass on-campus supervisoin and receive an evaluation from internship site demonstrating growth and indicating no ethical or behavioral concerns. Prerequisite: COU 545

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    Supervision - COU605 (01)

    Professor:
    Ms. Tiffany Warner
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    8:30AM-9:20AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    3

    Supervised clinical internship in community and church counseling programs.Students begin internship in second year of program upon applying for placement at a chosen site at end of their first year. Students spend an average of 12-15 hours a week over the course of the year at their internship site. Students are supervised by an approved on-site supervisor, and meet weekly in small groups with a faculty supervisor on campus. Student must pass on-campus supervisoin and receive an evaluation from internship site demonstrating growth and indicating no ethical or behavioral concerns. Prerequisite: COU 545

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    Supervision - COU605 (02)

    Professor:
    Mr. Bryan Warren
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    4:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    3

    Supervised clinical internship in community and church counseling programs.Students begin internship in second year of program upon applying for placement at a chosen site at end of their first year. Students spend an average of 12-15 hours a week over the course of the year at their internship site. Students are supervised by an approved on-site supervisor, and meet weekly in small groups with a faculty supervisor on campus. Student must pass on-campus supervisoin and receive an evaluation from internship site demonstrating growth and indicating no ethical or behavioral concerns. Prerequisite: COU 545

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    Supervision - COU605 (02)

    Professor:
    Ms. Tiffany Warner
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    4:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    3

    Supervised clinical internship in community and church counseling programs.Students begin internship in second year of program upon applying for placement at a chosen site at end of their first year. Students spend an average of 12-15 hours a week over the course of the year at their internship site. Students are supervised by an approved on-site supervisor, and meet weekly in small groups with a faculty supervisor on campus. Student must pass on-campus supervisoin and receive an evaluation from internship site demonstrating growth and indicating no ethical or behavioral concerns. Prerequisite: COU 545

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    Supervision - COU605 (03)

    Professor:
    Mr. Bryan Warren
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    6:00PM-6:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    227
    Max Participants:
    3

    Supervised clinical internship in community and church counseling programs.Students begin internship in second year of program upon applying for placement at a chosen site at end of their first year. Students spend an average of 12-15 hours a week over the course of the year at their internship site. Students are supervised by an approved on-site supervisor, and meet weekly in small groups with a faculty supervisor on campus. Student must pass on-campus supervisoin and receive an evaluation from internship site demonstrating growth and indicating no ethical or behavioral concerns. Prerequisite: COU 545

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    Supervision - COU605 (03)

    Professor:
    Ms. Tiffany Warner
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    6:00PM-6:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    227
    Max Participants:
    3

    Supervised clinical internship in community and church counseling programs.Students begin internship in second year of program upon applying for placement at a chosen site at end of their first year. Students spend an average of 12-15 hours a week over the course of the year at their internship site. Students are supervised by an approved on-site supervisor, and meet weekly in small groups with a faculty supervisor on campus. Student must pass on-campus supervisoin and receive an evaluation from internship site demonstrating growth and indicating no ethical or behavioral concerns. Prerequisite: COU 545

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    Supervision - COU605 (04)

    Professor:
    Mr. Michael Pasimio
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    4:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    3

    Supervised clinical internship in community and church counseling programs.Students begin internship in second year of program upon applying for placement at a chosen site at end of their first year. Students spend an average of 12-15 hours a week over the course of the year at their internship site. Students are supervised by an approved on-site supervisor, and meet weekly in small groups with a faculty supervisor on campus. Student must pass on-campus supervisoin and receive an evaluation from internship site demonstrating growth and indicating no ethical or behavioral concerns. Prerequisite: COU 545

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    Supervision - COU605 (04)

    Professor:
    Ms. Tiffany Warner
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    4:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    3

    Supervised clinical internship in community and church counseling programs.Students begin internship in second year of program upon applying for placement at a chosen site at end of their first year. Students spend an average of 12-15 hours a week over the course of the year at their internship site. Students are supervised by an approved on-site supervisor, and meet weekly in small groups with a faculty supervisor on campus. Student must pass on-campus supervisoin and receive an evaluation from internship site demonstrating growth and indicating no ethical or behavioral concerns. Prerequisite: COU 545

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    Supervision - COU645 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Nicole La Verne
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    8:30AM-9:20AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    3

    Supervised clinical internship in community and church counseling programs begin in the second year in the program, applying for placement at a chosen site at end of their first year. Students spend average of 12-15 hours a week over the course of the year at their internship site. Students are supervised by an approved on-site supervisor, and meet weekly in small groups with a faculty supervisor on campus. Must pass on-campus supervision & receive evaluation for site demonstrating growth and indicating no ethical or behavioral concerns. Students are to complete 700 hours of internship (300 direct client contact & 400 other hours) while in COU605 & 645. Prerequisite COU605.

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    Supervision - COU645 (01)

    Professor:
    Ms. Tiffany Warner
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    8:30AM-9:20AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    3

    Supervised clinical internship in community and church counseling programs begin in the second year in the program, applying for placement at a chosen site at end of their first year. Students spend average of 12-15 hours a week over the course of the year at their internship site. Students are supervised by an approved on-site supervisor, and meet weekly in small groups with a faculty supervisor on campus. Must pass on-campus supervision & receive evaluation for site demonstrating growth and indicating no ethical or behavioral concerns. Students are to complete 700 hours of internship (300 direct client contact & 400 other hours) while in COU605 & 645. Prerequisite COU605.

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    Supervision - COU645 (02)

    Professor:
    Mr. Bryan Warren
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    4:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    3

    Supervised clinical internship in community and church counseling programs begin in the second year in the program, applying for placement at a chosen site at end of their first year. Students spend average of 12-15 hours a week over the course of the year at their internship site. Students are supervised by an approved on-site supervisor, and meet weekly in small groups with a faculty supervisor on campus. Must pass on-campus supervision & receive evaluation for site demonstrating growth and indicating no ethical or behavioral concerns. Students are to complete 700 hours of internship (300 direct client contact & 400 other hours) while in COU605 & 645. Prerequisite COU605.

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    Supervision - COU645 (02)

    Professor:
    Ms. Tiffany Warner
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    4:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    3

    Supervised clinical internship in community and church counseling programs begin in the second year in the program, applying for placement at a chosen site at end of their first year. Students spend average of 12-15 hours a week over the course of the year at their internship site. Students are supervised by an approved on-site supervisor, and meet weekly in small groups with a faculty supervisor on campus. Must pass on-campus supervision & receive evaluation for site demonstrating growth and indicating no ethical or behavioral concerns. Students are to complete 700 hours of internship (300 direct client contact & 400 other hours) while in COU605 & 645. Prerequisite COU605.

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    Supervision - COU645 (03)

    Professor:
    Mr. Bryan Warren
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    6:00PM-6:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    227
    Max Participants:
    3

    Supervised clinical internship in community and church counseling programs begin in the second year in the program, applying for placement at a chosen site at end of their first year. Students spend average of 12-15 hours a week over the course of the year at their internship site. Students are supervised by an approved on-site supervisor, and meet weekly in small groups with a faculty supervisor on campus. Must pass on-campus supervision & receive evaluation for site demonstrating growth and indicating no ethical or behavioral concerns. Students are to complete 700 hours of internship (300 direct client contact & 400 other hours) while in COU605 & 645. Prerequisite COU605.

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    Supervision - COU645 (03)

    Professor:
    Ms. Tiffany Warner
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    6:00PM-6:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    227
    Max Participants:
    3

    Supervised clinical internship in community and church counseling programs begin in the second year in the program, applying for placement at a chosen site at end of their first year. Students spend average of 12-15 hours a week over the course of the year at their internship site. Students are supervised by an approved on-site supervisor, and meet weekly in small groups with a faculty supervisor on campus. Must pass on-campus supervision & receive evaluation for site demonstrating growth and indicating no ethical or behavioral concerns. Students are to complete 700 hours of internship (300 direct client contact & 400 other hours) while in COU605 & 645. Prerequisite COU605.

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    Supervision - COU645 (04)

    Professor:
    Mr. Michael Pasimio
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    4:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    3

    Supervised clinical internship in community and church counseling programs begin in the second year in the program, applying for placement at a chosen site at end of their first year. Students spend average of 12-15 hours a week over the course of the year at their internship site. Students are supervised by an approved on-site supervisor, and meet weekly in small groups with a faculty supervisor on campus. Must pass on-campus supervision & receive evaluation for site demonstrating growth and indicating no ethical or behavioral concerns. Students are to complete 700 hours of internship (300 direct client contact & 400 other hours) while in COU605 & 645. Prerequisite COU605.

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    Supervision - COU645 (04)

    Professor:
    Ms. Tiffany Warner
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    4:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    3

    Supervised clinical internship in community and church counseling programs begin in the second year in the program, applying for placement at a chosen site at end of their first year. Students spend average of 12-15 hours a week over the course of the year at their internship site. Students are supervised by an approved on-site supervisor, and meet weekly in small groups with a faculty supervisor on campus. Must pass on-campus supervision & receive evaluation for site demonstrating growth and indicating no ethical or behavioral concerns. Students are to complete 700 hours of internship (300 direct client contact & 400 other hours) while in COU605 & 645. Prerequisite COU605.

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    Supervision - COU695 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Nicole La Verne
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    8:30AM-9:20AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    6

    This course is taken when students have an incomplete in Internship II and either need additional time to fulfill the Internship requirement or wish to continue collecting training hours for licensing purposes (a maximum of 400 client contact hours can be applied to the 2400 licensing hour requirement). Students must enroll in this 1-credit course for each semester in which hours continue to be counted. Student may enroll in this course for a maximum of 2 semesters.

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    Supervision - COU695 (01)

    Professor:
    Ms. Tiffany Warner
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    8:30AM-9:20AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    6

    This course is taken when students have an incomplete in Internship II and either need additional time to fulfill the Internship requirement or wish to continue collecting training hours for licensing purposes (a maximum of 400 client contact hours can be applied to the 2400 licensing hour requirement). Students must enroll in this 1-credit course for each semester in which hours continue to be counted. Student may enroll in this course for a maximum of 2 semesters.

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    Supervision - COU695 (02)

    Professor:
    Mr. Bryan Warren
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    4:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    6

    This course is taken when students have an incomplete in Internship II and either need additional time to fulfill the Internship requirement or wish to continue collecting training hours for licensing purposes (a maximum of 400 client contact hours can be applied to the 2400 licensing hour requirement). Students must enroll in this 1-credit course for each semester in which hours continue to be counted. Student may enroll in this course for a maximum of 2 semesters.

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    Supervision - COU695 (02)

    Professor:
    Ms. Tiffany Warner
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    4:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    6

    This course is taken when students have an incomplete in Internship II and either need additional time to fulfill the Internship requirement or wish to continue collecting training hours for licensing purposes (a maximum of 400 client contact hours can be applied to the 2400 licensing hour requirement). Students must enroll in this 1-credit course for each semester in which hours continue to be counted. Student may enroll in this course for a maximum of 2 semesters.

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    Supervision - COU695 (03)

    Professor:
    Mr. Bryan Warren
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    6:00PM-6:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    227
    Max Participants:
    6

    This course is taken when students have an incomplete in Internship II and either need additional time to fulfill the Internship requirement or wish to continue collecting training hours for licensing purposes (a maximum of 400 client contact hours can be applied to the 2400 licensing hour requirement). Students must enroll in this 1-credit course for each semester in which hours continue to be counted. Student may enroll in this course for a maximum of 2 semesters.

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    Supervision - COU695 (03)

    Professor:
    Ms. Tiffany Warner
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    6:00PM-6:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    227
    Max Participants:
    6

    This course is taken when students have an incomplete in Internship II and either need additional time to fulfill the Internship requirement or wish to continue collecting training hours for licensing purposes (a maximum of 400 client contact hours can be applied to the 2400 licensing hour requirement). Students must enroll in this 1-credit course for each semester in which hours continue to be counted. Student may enroll in this course for a maximum of 2 semesters.

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    Supervision - COU695 (04)

    Professor:
    Mr. Michael Pasimio
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    4:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    6

    This course is taken when students have an incomplete in Internship II and either need additional time to fulfill the Internship requirement or wish to continue collecting training hours for licensing purposes (a maximum of 400 client contact hours can be applied to the 2400 licensing hour requirement). Students must enroll in this 1-credit course for each semester in which hours continue to be counted. Student may enroll in this course for a maximum of 2 semesters.

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    Supervision - COU695 (04)

    Professor:
    Ms. Tiffany Warner
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    4:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    6

    This course is taken when students have an incomplete in Internship II and either need additional time to fulfill the Internship requirement or wish to continue collecting training hours for licensing purposes (a maximum of 400 client contact hours can be applied to the 2400 licensing hour requirement). Students must enroll in this 1-credit course for each semester in which hours continue to be counted. Student may enroll in this course for a maximum of 2 semesters.

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    Geology Lab - GEO204 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Keith Swenson
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    1:30PM-3:00PM
    Building:
    JHOUSE
    Room:
    S
    Max Participants:
    14

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    Geology Lab - GEO204 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Keith Swenson
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    3:30PM-5:00PM
    Building:
    JHOUSE
    Room:
    S
    Max Participants:
    14

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    Greek Grammar II - GRK112 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Karl Kutz
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    114
    Max Participants:
    25

    Continuation of GRK111; translation of the Gospel of Mark. Prerequisite: GRK111.

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    Prin NT Greek II (optional) - GRK502 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Karl Kutz
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    114
    Max Participants:
    12

    Continued development of the language skills critical to reading and interpreting the Greek New Testament. Students finish the semester reading selected New Testament passages. While GRK502 and GRK512 both prepare students for second-year Greek, the four-credit course includes an emphasis on oral reading a two-day format and an additional hour of classroom exposure. Prerequisite: GRK501/511, spring semester.

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    Ambassador Choir - MUS150 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Stanford Campbell
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    50

    Choral and worship team experience including rehearsal and performance with worship emphasis. Style of music: Baroque through Contemporary including polyphonic and homophonic sounds. Concert tour and purchase of outfit required. Limit of eight credits apply to degree. Lab section, audition and additional course fee required to purchase outfit.

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    Ambassador Choir - MUS350 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Stanford Campbell
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Leadership track: includes leadership roles within the choir such as mentoring, directing, rehearsing, administrative duties. Additional course fee and lab section required. Prerequisite: MUS341.

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    Introduction to Counseling Lab - PSY354 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Elliott Lawless
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    2:55PM-3:45PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L110
    Max Participants:
    20

    An overview of major counseling theories and consideration of a basic counseling model that is both psychologically and biblically sound. Lab includes structured and supervised practice of the steps in the counseling model. Prerequisite: Junior standing.

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    Introduction to Counseling Lab - PSY354 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Elliott Lawless
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    12:30PM-1:20PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L110
    Max Participants:
    20

    An overview of major counseling theories and consideration of a basic counseling model that is both psychologically and biblically sound. Lab includes structured and supervised practice of the steps in the counseling model. Prerequisite: Junior standing.

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    Practicum - COU545 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Michael Pasimio
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    12

    Introduces students to the counseling environment and encourages them to apply what they are learning to an individual client under close supervision of faculty supervisors. Students begin their practicum experience by seeing a client from the Multnomah community weekly in the program's on-site training clinic. Students must accrue at least 25 clock hours (including a minimum of 12 client contact hours over the 3 classes, supervision and paperwork). In supervision sessions, students learn to conceptualize individual cases, to consider ethical and legal implications, and to apply their foundational coursework.

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    Clinical Internship I - COU605 (01)

    Professor:
    Ms. Tiffany Warner
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    30

    Supervised clinical internship in community and church counseling programs.Students begin internship in second year of program upon applying for placement at a chosen site at end of their first year. Students spend an average of 12-15 hours a week over the course of the year at their internship site. Students are supervised by an approved on-site supervisor, and meet weekly in small groups with a faculty supervisor on campus. Student must pass on-campus supervisoin and receive an evaluation from internship site demonstrating growth and indicating no ethical or behavioral concerns. Prerequisite: COU 545

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    Clinical Internship II - COU645 (01)

    Professor:
    Ms. Tiffany Warner
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    30

    Supervised clinical internship in community and church counseling programs begin in the second year in the program, applying for placement at a chosen site at end of their first year. Students spend average of 12-15 hours a week over the course of the year at their internship site. Students are supervised by an approved on-site supervisor, and meet weekly in small groups with a faculty supervisor on campus. Must pass on-campus supervision & receive evaluation for site demonstrating growth and indicating no ethical or behavioral concerns. Students are to complete 700 hours of internship (300 direct client contact & 400 other hours) while in COU605 & 645. Prerequisite COU605.

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    Continuing Internship - COU695 (01)

    Professor:
    Ms. Tiffany Warner
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    30

    This course is taken when students have an incomplete in Internship II and either need additional time to fulfill the Internship requirement or wish to continue collecting training hours for licensing purposes (a maximum of 400 client contact hours can be applied to the 2400 licensing hour requirement). Students must enroll in this 1-credit course for each semester in which hours continue to be counted. Student may enroll in this course for a maximum of 2 semesters.

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    Student Teaching I - EDU452 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Susan Boe
    Credits:
    10.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    Student teachers do a 17-week practica at either an Early Childhood or Elementary setting under the supervision of a licensed cooperating teacher in an approved setting under the guidance of a college instructor. During this placement, one of the two required Work Samples will be completed. Prerequisite: All professional education courses satisfactorily completed; Student Teaching Application submitted and approved.

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    Student Teaching II - EDU454 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Susan Boe
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    Student teachers do a six week practica at either an Early Childhood or Elementary setting under the supervision of a licensed cooperating teacher in an approved setting under the guidance of a college instructor. Prerequisite: All professional education courses satisfactorily completed; Student Teaching Application submitted and approved.

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    Student Teaching I - EDU582 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Susan Boe
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    1

    During this first student teaching placement, student teachers will do an approximately 15-week, half day practica under the supervision of a licensed teacher in an approved setting under the guidance of a college instructor.

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    Student Teaching II - EDU584 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Susan Boe
    Credits:
    6.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    20

    During this second student teaching placement, student teachers will do an approximately 15-week practica under the supervision of a licensed teacher in an approved setting under the guidance of a college instructor.

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    Educational Ministries Practicum - EM 412 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Judy Glanz
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    15

    Advanced participation in a local ministry. Prerequisite: Senior standing.

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    Global Studies Internship - IS 410 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Karen Fancher
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    1

    A specified time of practical missions work (for both Intercultural Studies and Missions Aviation majors) undertaken entirely in a cultural setting different to that of the student's, emphasizing appropriate ministry, relational, and practical skills as required by the particular opportunity, and performed under the qualified supervision and evaluation of a mature individual working in the field. The course may be taken any time following the sophomore year, and will be concluded with a "debriefing retreat" by select faculty upon return to the Portland area. Advisor's approval required. Prerequisites: IS 101, IS 301, SOC204 (and at least one earned FAA-approved certificates for aviation majors).

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    Global Dev & Justice Internship I - IS 630 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Greg Burch
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    25

    This is a 150 hour internship, emphasizing the importance of servant learning as students work in communities affected by conflict, poverty and injustices. Students will work with an on-site supervisor of a reputable organization or church and will receive regular evaluation during the internship. The internship placement will depend upon the student's focus, allowing for both national and international opportunities. Journal reflections, reports and a final evaluation will be included in the experience.

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    Global Dev & Justice Internship I - IS 630 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Greg Burch
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    0

    This is a 150 hour internship, emphasizing the importance of servant learning as students work in communities affected by conflict, poverty and injustices. Students will work with an on-site supervisor of a reputable organization or church and will receive regular evaluation during the internship. The internship placement will depend upon the student's focus, allowing for both national and international opportunities. Journal reflections, reports and a final evaluation will be included in the experience.

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    Global Dev & Justice Internship I - IS 630 (02)

    Professor:
    Ms. Elisabeth Sethi
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    0

    This is a 150 hour internship, emphasizing the importance of servant learning as students work in communities affected by conflict, poverty and injustices. Students will work with an on-site supervisor of a reputable organization or church and will receive regular evaluation during the internship. The internship placement will depend upon the student's focus, allowing for both national and international opportunities. Journal reflections, reports and a final evaluation will be included in the experience.

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    Global Develpmnt & Justice Internship II - IS 640 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Greg Burch
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    25

    This is a 150 hour internship, emphasizing the importance of servant learning as students work in communities affected by conflict, poverty and injustices. Students will work with an on-site supervisor of a reputable organization or church and will receive regular evaluation during the internship. The internship placement will depend upon the student's focus, allowing for both national and international opportunities. Journal reflections, reports and a final evaluation will be included in the experience.

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    Community ESL: On-Campus Practicum - LIN458 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Kristyn Kidney
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    6:00PM-9:00PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L109
    Max Participants:
    10

    The practicum serves to give students teaching experience in an authentic English-language learning classroom. Students will also meet with faculty and classroom teachers to assist in processing and integration previosuly learned material with their present experience. Prerequiste: LIN415, 452, 455.

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    Community ESL: On-Campus Practicum - LIN558 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Kristyn Kidney
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    6:00PM-9:00PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L109
    Max Participants:
    10

    The practicum serves to give students teaching experience in an authentic English-language learning classroom. Students will also meet with faculty and classroom teachers to assist in processing and integration previosuly learned material with their present experience. Prerequiste: LIN415, 452, 455.

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    TESOL Internship - LIN600 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Kristyn Kidney
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Student teachers engage in extensive independent teaching in an ESL in the United States or abroad under the general supervision of an experienced teacher. This typically may include teaching as part of a team working with nonprofit organization. Instructor permission required.

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    Mentored Ministry-MACL - MM 700 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Roger Trautmann
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    40

    A mentored ministry normally centered in a local church, tailored to the student's ministry goals and supervised by both an experienced mentor in the field and a resident faculty member. Supervision includes planning, instruction, and evaluation of the student in an area of ministry focus in an "Action-Reflection" training model. A contract is entered into between mentor and student, specifically listing responsibilities and commitment. MACL only.

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    Mentored Ministry-MACL - MM 710 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Roger Trautmann
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    30

    A mentored ministry normally centered in a local church, tailored to the student's ministry goals and supervised by both an experienced mentor in the field and a resident faculty member. Supervision includes planning, instruction, and evaluation of the student in an area of ministry focus in an "Action-Reflection" training model. A contract is entered into between mentor and student, specifically listing responsibilities and commitment. MACL only.

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    Mentored Ministry-MACL - MM 720 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Roger Trautmann
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    40

    A mentored ministry focused in an area of professional ministry specialization designed to develop leadership skills and guided by an experienced mentor. A contract is entered into between mentor and student, specifically listing responsibilities and commitment. MACL only.

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    Mentored Ministry-MACL - MM 730 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Roger Trautmann
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    A mentored ministry focused in an area of professional ministry specialization designed to develop leadership skills and guided by an experienced mentor. A contract is entered into between mentor and student, specifically listing responsibilities and commitment. MACL only.

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    Mentored Ministry-MDIV - MM 750 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Roger Trautmann
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    20

    A mentored ministry normally centered in a local church, tailored to the student's ministry goals and supervised by both an experienced mentor in the field and a resident faculty member. Supervision includes planning, instruction, and evaluation of the student in an area of ministry focus in an "Action-Reflection" training model. A contract is entered into between mentor and student, specifically listing responsibilities and commitment. MDIV only.

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    Mentored Ministry-MDIV - MM 760 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Roger Trautmann
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    40

    A mentored ministry normally centered in a local church, tailored to the student's ministry goals and supervised by both an experienced mentor in the field and a resident faculty member. Supervision includes planning, instruction, and evaluation of the student in an area of ministry focus in an "Action-Reflection" training model. A contract is entered into between mentor and student, specifically listing responsibilities and commitment. MDIV only.

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    Mentored Ministry-MDIV - MM 770 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Roger Trautmann
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    40

    A mentored ministry normally centered in a local church, tailored to the student's ministry goals and supervised by both an experienced mentor in the field and a resident faculty member. Supervision includes planning, instruction, and evaluation of the student in an area of ministry focus in an "Action-Reflection" training model. A contract is entered into between mentor and student, specifically listing responsibilities and commitment. MDIV only.

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    Mentored Ministry-MDIV - MM 780 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Roger Trautmann
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    40

    A mentored ministry normally centered in a local church, tailored to the student's ministry goals and supervised by both an experienced mentor in the field and a resident faculty member. Supervision includes planning, instruction, and evaluation of the student in an area of ministry focus in an "Action-Reflection" training model. A contract is entered into between mentor and student, specifically listing responsibilities and commitment. MDIV only.

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    Chaplaincy Internship - MM 790 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Roger Trautmann
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Enables the student preparing for the hospital chaplaincy to receive M.Div. credit for one unit of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE). Substitutes for Mentored Ministry. Internship is done entirely in the hospital offering the ACPE training or Healthcare Ministries of America training. Chaplaincy track MDIV only.

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    Music Practicum - MUS446 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Stanford Campbell
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:50AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Personalized supervision of field experience in church music ministry for majors only. Emphasis on recruitment, organization, rehearsal, and production. Prerequisite: Senior standing or instructor permission.

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    Teaching Practicum - PM 702 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Scott Lindsley
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Supervised participation in a structrued educational setting at the secondary, undergraduate, or graduate level, or in an approved adult education program. Prerequisite: PM 622

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    Pastoral Practicum - PT 412 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Jay Held
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    A leadership seminar in conjunction with ministry involvement in a local church; focus on personal growth in Christ-like character and ministry competency delivered through a personal learning contract. Prerequisite or Co-requisite: PT 403.

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    Youth Ministries Practicum - YM 412 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Robert Hildebrand
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    12:00PM-12:50PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L110
    Max Participants:
    15

    Advanced participation in a local ministry. Prerequisite: Senior standing.

independent study

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    OT Literature: Pentateuch - BIB101 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mr. James Slavin
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    0

    The five books of Moses, with emphasis upon Genesis, Exodus, the institutions of Israel and the history of the nation in its formative period. Attention is given to introductory problems, interpretation of problem passages, and the arguments of each book.

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    OT Literature: Prophets - BIB301 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mr. James Slavin
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    0

    An investigation of the historical, prophetic, and personally relevant aspects of the major and minor prophets, with special emphasis on the book of Isaiah. Prerequisite: Bib 201.

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    Topics in Biblical Studies - BIB450 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rex Koivisto
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    0

    Subject matter for this course varies. Each time this course is offered it is further defined with a subtitle. Offered as needed.

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    Independent Studies Seminar - BIB740 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. John Terveen
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    A directed program of personal independent study in any of the sections or literary genres of biblical literature. Students will produce a written project based on extensive research in the area. By permission. Two to four credits, each semester.

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    Independent Studies Seminar - BIB740 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Joseph Zichterman
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    A directed program of personal independent study in any of the sections or literary genres of biblical literature. Students will produce a written project based on extensive research in the area. By permission. Two to four credits, each semester.

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    Thesis - BIB840 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. John Terveen
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    5

    The completion of an exhaustive and scholarly research paper on a limited issue or topic of biblical or theological importance. Includes an oral review. Minimum acceptable grade is B. Prerequisite: BIB 747.

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    World Literature - ENG232 (R1)

    Professor:
    Dr. Katherine Berning
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    0

    A chronological study of major works of world (non-British and non-American) literature. Selected readings introduce students to influential writers, a variety of literary forms, and significant currents of thought. An introduction to literature, these courses include practice in analytical writing and offer students a background in the humanities. Selections from the eighteenth century to the present, including works by Japanese, Russian, and South African writers. Offered alternate years.

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    Greek Rapid Reading II - GRK752 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mr. Michael Preston
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    2:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    204
    Max Participants:
    15

    Translation of non-narrative texts in the Greek New Testament with further development of reading and comprehension skills, vocabulary building and review of grammar and syntax. Course includes further exposure to textual criticism (analysis of variant readings to determine the original wording of the text). Student may repeat the course for credit due to rotating content. Prerequisite: GRK652. Spring semester.

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    Reading and Conference - HST400 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Daniel Scalberg
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Directed readings involve building an annotated bibliography in a subject area not covered in regular history offerings. May be repeated. History majors only. Adviser's approval of topic. Prerequisite: HST 101 and 102.

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    Reading and Conference - HST400 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Philip Johnson
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Directed readings involve building an annotated bibliography in a subject area not covered in regular history offerings. May be repeated. History majors only. Adviser's approval of topic. Prerequisite: HST 101 and 102.

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    Guided Research - HST410 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Daniel Scalberg
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    3

    Fieldwork in an area approved by major adviser following consultation involving topic for research, location (public or private archive), and foreign language competency if required. May be fulfilled in connection with a Multnomah in Europe summer program, the Jerusalem University College, or other approved program. History majors only. Prerequisite: HST 101 and 102.

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    Senior Integration Thesis - IS 404 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Greg Burch
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    5

    This seminar class requires graduating senior students to complete a thesis in their area of study. The research should include the integration of Global Studies and a Biblical/Theological foundation with the student's area of concentration. The research will be presented at the end of the semester.

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    Ministry Project - PM 740 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Roger Trautmann
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Development and evaluation of a practical project having direct impact on ministry. The student produces project materials with appropriate testing and evaluation for usefulness. By permission. Two to four credits.

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    Pastoral Practicum - PT 411 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mr. James Slavin
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    0

    A leadership seminar in conjunction with ministry involvement in a local church; focus on personal growth in Christ-like character and ministry competency delivered through a personal learning contract. Prerequisite or Co-requisite: PT 403.

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    Pastoral Practicum - PT 412 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mr. James Slavin
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    0

    A leadership seminar in conjunction with ministry involvement in a local church; focus on personal growth in Christ-like character and ministry competency delivered through a personal learning contract. Prerequisite or Co-requisite: PT 403.

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    Spiritual Direction Practicum - SF 740 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Derek Chinn
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    5

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    Studies in Ecclesiology - TH 722 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Paul Metzger
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    9

    A sustained treatment of the doctrine of the church from a Trinitarian and eschatological perspective, and how this framework bears on the church's community and function. Prerequisites: TH 507 and TH 508 spring semester

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    Independent Studies Seminar - TH 740 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Bradley Harper
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    A directed program of personal independent study in any of the major areas of systematic theology. Students will survey their selected area, select a doctrinal issue, ethical problem, or exegetical difficulty from the area and produce a written project. By permission. Two to four credits.

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    Independent Studies Seminar - TH 740 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rex Koivisto
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    5

    A directed program of personal independent study in any of the major areas of systematic theology. Students will survey their selected area, select a doctrinal issue, ethical problem, or exegetical difficulty from the area and produce a written project. By permission. Two to four credits.

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    Th.M. Thesis - TH 850 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Albert Baylis
    Credits:
    6.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    5

    A thesis in either Biblical Studies or Theological Studies. Prerequisite: BIB847. Th.M. students only.

field experience

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    Field Experience - PSY450 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Elliott Lawless
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    Includes placement at a social service position (approved by the department). Students will have the opportunity to apply and integrate theory as they connect what they have learned with supervised experience. Involves 3 horus per week, per credit, of social experience during the 15 week semester, other brief assignments relevant to the human services field, and a weekly on-campus supervisory seminar. Prerequisite: senior standing.

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    Practical Fieldwork - SL 254 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Richard Ward
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    0

    An eight- to twelve-week summer session of full-time service or ministry performed under the supervision of a mature Christian worker. Instruction and experience in evangelism, teaching, preaching, Christian education, music, counseling, camping, house-to-house visitation, and other ministries. Evaluation is done by the field supervisor. The course is under the direction of the Service Learning department and may be taken any summer following the freshman year.

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    Practical Field Work - SL 354 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Roger Trautmann
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    0

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    Isaiah through Malachi - BIB502 (RVC)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rebekah Josberger
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    4:00PM-6:50PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    211
    Max Participants:
    15

    An investigation of the historical, prophetic, and personally relevant aspects of the major and minor prophets, with special emphasis on the book of Isaiah.

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    Gospels, Hebrews through Revelation - BIB504 (RVC)

    Professor:
    Dr. Philip Johnson
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    6:00PM-9:50PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    211
    Max Participants:
    15

    Message, structure, and distinctive features of the four Gospels, Hebrews, the General Epistles, and the Revelation. Matthew, John, Hebrews and Revelations are emphasized.

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    Gospels, Hebrews through Revelation - BIB504 (RVC)

    Professor:
    Dr. John Terveen
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    6:00PM-9:50PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    211
    Max Participants:
    15

    Message, structure, and distinctive features of the four Gospels, Hebrews, the General Epistles, and the Revelation. Matthew, John, Hebrews and Revelations are emphasized.

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    Greek Exegesis - GRK652 (RVC)

    Professor:
    Dr. Karl Kutz
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    1:00PM-3:50PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    211
    Max Participants:
    15

    Translation and exegetical study of Galatians or Ephesians with an emphasis on syntactical awareness and lexical study critical for biblical interpretation. Course includes assignments in textual criticism, diagramming, syntactical and structural analysis, use of the lexicon, word studies, biblical theological analysis, and arriving at themes with contemporary application. Prerequisite: GRK651, Spring semester.

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    Greek Exegesis - GRK652 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Karl Kutz
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    Translation and exegetical study of Galatians or Ephesians with an emphasis on syntactical awareness and lexical study critical for biblical interpretation. Course includes assignments in textual criticism, diagramming, syntactical and structural analysis, use of the lexicon, word studies, biblical theological analysis, and arriving at themes with contemporary application. Prerequisite: GRK651, Spring semester.

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    Church History to the Modern Era - HTH614 (RVC)

    Professor:
    Dr. Philip Johnson
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    8:00AM-10:50AM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    211
    Max Participants:
    15

    A study of Christianity from the second century to the rise of the Enlightenment with special emphasis on the institutional history of the church as well as theological developments in the church. Spring semester.

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    Biblical Theology of Missions - IS 612 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Roger Trautmann
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    Exposure to God's missionary intent from Genesis to Revelation. Emphasizes the theme of missions in Scripture and the scope and current challenges of cross-cultural ministry. spring semester

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    Biblical Theology of Missions - IS 612 (RVC)

    Professor:
    Dr. Roger Trautmann
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    8:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    211
    Max Participants:
    30

    Exposure to God's missionary intent from Genesis to Revelation. Emphasizes the theme of missions in Scripture and the scope and current challenges of cross-cultural ministry. spring semester

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    Colloquium in Christian Theology - TH 742 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Albert Baylis
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    A summative seminar for formulating and expressing doctrinal convictions regarding scriptural teaching in key areas of historic orthodoxy, the heritage of the seminary, and the polity of their own ecclesiastical affiliation. Includes a written doctrinal statement appropriate for an ordination setting. Prerequisites: TH 507 and TH 508 spring semester

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    Colloquium in Christian Theology - TH 742 (RVC)

    Professor:
    Dr. Albert Baylis
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    1:00PM-3:50PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    211
    Max Participants:
    10

    A summative seminar for formulating and expressing doctrinal convictions regarding scriptural teaching in key areas of historic orthodoxy, the heritage of the seminary, and the polity of their own ecclesiastical affiliation. Includes a written doctrinal statement appropriate for an ordination setting. Prerequisites: TH 507 and TH 508 spring semester