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fall 2014

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    OT Literature: Pentateuch - BIB101 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Tom Hauff
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    8:00AM-8:50AM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L101
    Max Participants:
    45

    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: Pentateuch - BIB101 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Tom Hauff
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    9:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L101
    Max Participants:
    45

    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: Pentateuch - BIB101 (03)

    Professor:
    Dr. Karl Kutz
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    Max Participants:
    45

    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: Pentateuch - BIB101 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Janell Chinn
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    FRI
    Time:
    1:30PM-4:20PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    205
    Max Participants:
    20

    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: History & Poetry - BIB201 (01)

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

    Survey of Joshua through the Song of Solomon with emphasis upon God's providential dealings in Israel's history, and the unique message of the poetical books. Special attention is given to selected portions and problem passages. Prerequisite: BIB 101.

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    OT Literature: History & Poetry - BIB201 (02)

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

    Survey of Joshua through the Song of Solomon with emphasis upon God's providential dealings in Israel's history, and the unique message of the poetical books. Special attention is given to selected portions and problem passages. Prerequisite: BIB 101.

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    OT Literature: History & Poetry - BIB201 (03)

    Professor:
    Dr. Tom Hauff
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    12:30PM-1:20PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L109
    Max Participants:
    35

    Survey of Joshua through the Song of Solomon with emphasis upon God's providential dealings in Israel's history, and the unique message of the poetical books. Special attention is given to selected portions and problem passages. Prerequisite: BIB 101.

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    OT Literature: History & Poetry - BIB201 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mr. James Hull
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    1:00PM-3:50PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    204
    Max Participants:
    45

    Survey of Joshua through the Song of Solomon with emphasis upon God's providential dealings in Israel's history, and the unique message of the poetical books. Special attention is given to selected portions and problem passages. Prerequisite: BIB 101.

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    OT Literature: Prophets - BIB301 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Karl Kutz
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    9:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    Max Participants:
    40

    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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    OT Literature: Prophets - BIB301 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Ray Lubeck
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    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. Prerequisite: Bib 201.

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    OT Literature: Prophets - BIB301 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mr. Eric Thompson
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    6:00PM-8:50PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    204
    Max Participants:
    45

    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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    Pastoral Epistles - BIB333 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rex Koivisto
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    25

    An analytical and expositional study of 1 and 2 Timothy and Titus with special emphasis on the development of thought in their historical/cultural milieu.

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    Psalms - BIB341 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Tom Hauff
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:45PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    Max Participants:
    45

    An overview of the characteristics, message, and significance of the Psalms in general, with particular emphasis given to the exposition of 75 of the Psalms underlining their personal relevance.

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    Advanced Bible Study - BIB345 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Ray Lubeck
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    9:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L101
    Max Participants:
    36

    Guided experience in the process and practice of interpreting biblical discourse, focusing on epistolary literature. Prerequisite: BIB 104 or professor's permission.

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    Genesis through Song of Solomon - BIB501 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rebekah Josberger
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    FRI
    Time:
    8:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    114
    Max Participants:
    35

    A survey of Genesis through Song of Solomon with exposition of each book. Studies the Bible as a whole, the interrelationship of the parts with a consideration of backgrounds, problem passages, and devotional sections.

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    Acts, Pauline Epistles - BIB503 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. John Terveen
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    1:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    114
    Max Participants:
    35

    A survey of Acts and the Pauline Epistles, stressing cultural, historical, doctrinal, and practical factors. Acts and Romans are emphasized.

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    Biblical Interpretation - BIB509 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Ray Lubeck
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    12:30PM-3:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    114
    Max Participants:
    35

    An introduction to the principles of inductive Bible study with an emphasis on general hermeneutics and the use of tools for independent Bible study. Attention is also given to various biblical genres.

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    Survey of the Old Testament - BIB550 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Daniel Christiansen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    FRI
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    Max Participants:
    15

    A survey of the biblical books of the Hebrew Bible (i.e. the Old Testament) with the emphasis upon the major themes, motifs, and principles developed within these books in their context.

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    Survey of the Old Testament - BIB550 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Daniel Christiansen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    SAT
    Time:
    8:00AM-5:30PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    Max Participants:
    15

    A survey of the biblical books of the Hebrew Bible (i.e. the Old Testament) with the emphasis upon the major themes, motifs, and principles developed within these books in their context.

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    New Testament Survey - BIB560 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Joseph Zichterman
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    Max Participants:
    20

    A survey of the New Testament with emphasis upon the major themes, motifs, and principles developed within these books in their context.

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    Methods of Theological Research - BIB747 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Philip Johnson
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    8:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    20

    A course implementing principles and practices of research. Familiarizes the student with research tools. Requires the production of the thesis topic, outline of topic, bibliography, and introduction.

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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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    Botany I - BOT213 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Keith Swenson
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    3:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B1
    Max Participants:
    32

    Survey of the structure, function, and diversity of plants. Areas will include physiology, anatomy, and taxonomy. Lab section and fee required.

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    Methods in Biblical Theology - BTh633 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Albert Baylis
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    10:00AM-12:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    35

    Engages both Old and New Testament theology, issues, and perspectives. Principles of biblical theology are learned via inductive projects. Special attention is given to progressive revelation, authorial diversity, and biblical unity.

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    New Testament Use of Old Testament - BTh733 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Albert Baylis
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    1:30PM-4:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    227
    Max Participants:
    15

    An examination of Old Testament quotation practices of New Testament authors with current theories and approaches. Inductive study of New Testament quotations to discover the hermeneutical and theological outlook of New Testament authors. Prerequisite: BTh 633 or equivalent.

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    Business Simulation - BUS111 (01)

    Professor:
    Donald Sellers
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    2:30PM-3:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    Max Participants:
    25

    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:
    Donald Sellers
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    12:30PM-1:20PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L109
    Max Participants:
    20

    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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    Financial Accounting - BUS305 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Michael Lawrence
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L110
    Max Participants:
    20

    An introduction to how businesses report financial information to external users. The goal of the course is to cover basic accounting principles and concepts that form the basis of financial reporting, and to read, understand, prepare, and analyze financial statements.

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    Principles of Management - BUS311 (01)

    Professor:
    Donald Sellers
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    8:30AM-9:45AM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L108
    Max Participants:
    20

    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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    Foundations in Biblical Counseling - CN 721 (01)

    Professor:
    Ms. Lisa Wold
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    1:30PM-3:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    30

    An overview of counseling theories and a foundation in basic counseling techniques for various aspects of biblical and pastoral counseling. Lab includes a structured, supervised, and hands-on application of counseling techniques in the classroom and outside of class.

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    Public Speaking - COM205 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Robert Hildebrand
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    9:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L109
    Max Participants:
    28

    Introduction to basic principles from communication theory and their application to preparation and delivery of extemporaneous speeches. Prerequisite to all communication classes.

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    Graduate Seminar - COU500 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. David Manock
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    FRI
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    30

    Orients students to the concepts within adult learning, team building and how to succeed in the Masters in Counseling Program. Provides basic expectations for writing graduate-level papers. Focuses on APA manuscript style, methods for strengthening academic writing, improved insight, development of effective time management, good self-care, and spiritual growth throughout graduate study and a career in counseling.

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    Graduate Seminar - COU500 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. David Manock
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    SAT
    Time:
    9:00AM-5:00PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    30

    Orients students to the concepts within adult learning, team building and how to succeed in the Masters in Counseling Program. Provides basic expectations for writing graduate-level papers. Focuses on APA manuscript style, methods for strengthening academic writing, improved insight, development of effective time management, good self-care, and spiritual growth throughout graduate study and a career in counseling.

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    Basic Counseling Skills & Helping Rel. - COU510 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. David Manock
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    30

    First class in a a series of Counseling Skills courses. Students learn basic listening skills, attending behavior, the structure and frame of therapy, questioning skills, and reflecting skills. Students apply what they are learning in simulated counseling sessions. Emphasis is placed on developing personal insight and self-care strategies.

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    Legal & Ethical Issues in Counseling - COU520 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. David Manock
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    30

    Examines legal and ethical issues in the context of professional counseling utilizing real-life examples and case studies. Students will review Oregon law related to counseling, as well as American Counseling Association ethical code. Topics include privacy and confidentiality, duty to warn, abuse reporting procedures, licensure and certification, boundaries in therapeutic relationships, and counselor health and welfare.

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    Research & Evaluation - COU530 (01)

    Professor:
    Raeshawn Chresfield
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    30

    Advanced research methodology and statistical applications in psychological research including qualitative and quantitative approaches. Focus is placed on understanding and critically interpreting research studies.

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    Princ Counseling & Brief Therapy - COU540 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Erroll Stephens
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    Max Participants:
    30

    Builds on the content from Basic Counseling Skills & the Helping Relationship. Students receive further instruction in reframing content, questioning and paraphrasing skills, and treatment planning. Focus on specific mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety, and trauma-related problems and how they are treated in the context of brief therapy models. Treatment planning reflects best practices as evidenced by current research. Prerequisite: COU510 Basic Counseling Skills & the Helping Relationship

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    Diagnosis & Psychopathology - COU555 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Erroll Stephens
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    Max Participants:
    30

    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:
    Dr. David Manock
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    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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    Found. of Counseling & Human Diversity - COU570 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Portia Jones
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    30

    Focuses on problems & issues arising from values & assumptions that affect counseling with individuals & families of different social & ethnic origins. Course considers issues raised in multicultural counseling & develops sensitivity to social, spiritual, psychological and physical issues pertinent to a therapist working wtih ethnic minority clients. This is aimed at increasing awareness of one's own cultural worldview, how it affects social interactions, developing specialized knowledge about a particular culture, & increasing multicultural counseling skill awareness & technique. Also the relationship of Christianity to other cultures will be considered.

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    Psychopharmacology, Addictions & Brain - COU610 (01)

    Professor:
    Raeshawn Chresfield
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    30

    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 body chemistry, and how addictive substances affect the body. Treatment implications for addictions and research-based phychopharmacological interventions will also be discussed.

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    Advanced Counseling & Supervision - COU620 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Jim Velez
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    30

    Builds on the content from COU 540 Principles of Counseling and Brief Therapy. Students receive further instruction in treatment planning and advanced counseling skills, focusing on the integration of specific mental health and spiritual issues such as anger, guilt, forgiveness, and addictions. Students also receive experience and training in supervision skills and how to benefit most from the supervision relationship. Treatment planning and supervision reflect best practices as evidenced by current research. Prerequisite: COU 540

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    Advanced Human Growth & Development - COU630 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. David Manock
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    Max Participants:
    30

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

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    Group Dynamics and Counseling - COU640 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Bryan Warren
    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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    Sexuality, Marriage, Couple & Fam Systms - COU650 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Brandi Walters
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    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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    Sexuality, Marriage, Couple & Fam Systms - COU650 (02)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Brandi Walters
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    6:00PM-10:00PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    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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    Spiritual Integration & Social Concern - COU670 (01)

    Professor:
    Christopher Cleaver
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    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:
    Mr. Garrett Baldwin
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    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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    MAC Comprehensive Oral Exam - COU690 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Brandi Walters
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    30

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

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    Microeconomics - ECN233 (01)

    Professor:
    Donald Sellers
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    8:00AM-8:50AM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L110
    Max Participants:
    30

    A study of microeconomic theories of supply and demand, price determination, resource allocation, various degrees of competition and international trade and finance, as well as exploration of applications such as income inequality, rural and urban economics, social control of industry, and labor unions.

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    Ecology - ECO211 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Keith Swenson
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    2:55PM-4:10PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B1
    Max Participants:
    35

    Relationships of organisms and their environment. Emphasis will be on Northwest habitats and field trips are required.

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    Educational Technology - EDU201 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Thomas Johnson
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    4:00PM-5:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    227
    Max Participants:
    30

    Students will develop practical hands-on skills with both hardware and software that will enable them to integrate technology into their instruction as well as utilize it in classroom management and other professional responsibilites.

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    Foundations of Special Education - EDU415 (01)

    Professor:
    Dracy Welch
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    6:00PM-7:50PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L109
    Max Participants:
    20

    Focus is on meeting the educational needs of students with exceptionalities. Topics include laws related to children with disabilities, assessing and evaluating special needs students, how to integrate and differentiate with special needs students, including use of IEPs. Prerequisite: Admission to Education Program.

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    Teach EC/EL Social Studies Methods - EDU417 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Marie Strickland
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    4:30PM-6:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    Max Participants:
    20

    In this course students will discuss the basis and status of teaching social studies in elementary school; investigate selected educational theories, issues, conceptrs, and learning paradigms; and the implications these have for approaches to curriculum development, lesson planning, and teaching in social studies. Prerequisite: Admission to Education Program.

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    Language Development & Literacy - EDU427 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Kathy McKee
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    WF
    Time:
    12:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    Max Participants:
    15

    This course focuses on the roles and responsibilities of both the early childhood and elementary educator as they facilitate the language growth and literacy development of children in a preK-8th self-contained classroom. A 45-hour practicum is included which provides students real-time experience in literacy strategies, identifying problems, developing a reading library, and helping encourage children to love literature. Prerequisite: Admission to Education Program

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    EC Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment - EDU435 (01)

    Professor:
    Rachel Curtiss
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    11:00AM-12:50PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    Max Participants:
    20

    Course will equip students to understand and apply issues relating to how to select topics for instruction, how to develop curriculum that is developmentally appropriate for young children, and how to effectively and appropriately develop assessments for this particular age group. It explores effective use of play, music, art, and drama as vehicles for instruction. Students will explore research based strategies to determine effective development of learning units, delivery methods, and assessment devices that are most effective for young learners. Prerequisite: Admission to Education Program.

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    Foundations of Education - EDU502 (02)

    Professor:
    Susan Boe
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    7:30PM-9:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    Max Participants:
    20

    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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    Cultural Competency: Connecting w/ Fam. - EDU506 (02)

    Professor:
    Susan Boe
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    7:30PM-9:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    Max Participants:
    20

    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. Specific minorities such as African-Americans, Latinos, Asians, Native Americans and Arab Americans will also be examined, as well as looking at gender and socio-economics as factors influencing the classroom. We will look at the relationship between culture and education, and learn how to design curriculum that is culturally sensitive and inclusive.

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    EC/EL Teaching Social Studies - EDU517 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Marie Strickland
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    4:30PM-6:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    Max Participants:
    25

    Course explores: the importance of teaching social studies in relation to diversity, multiculturalism and pluralism; national standards in social studies; how to make history come alive through teaching children to become “historical researchers”; and integration of social studies with other content areas. Course will provide practice in planning, teaching, assessment, differentiating social studies lesson plans; and making lessons reflective. Additionally, students will learn to integrate maps, globes, graphics, and technology in their instruction

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    Teaching Math & Science: EC & El Methods - EDU523 (01)

    Professor:
    Rachel Curtiss
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    4:20PM-7:10PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    Max Participants:
    20

    Students will explore the interconnectedness of math and science concepts and principles, engaging in hands-on units and activities. Attention will be given to math and science national and state standards as students develop lesson plans.

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    EC/El Curriculum, Instruction, Assessmnt - EDU535 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Kathy McKee
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    4:20PM-7:10PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    Max Participants:
    20

    This equips students to select topics for instruction and develop curriculum developmentally appropriate for young children. It explores effective use of play, music, art, drama, and the role of literacy in early childhood curriculum and instruction. Research-based strategies are explored for developing learning units and delivery methods effective for young learners. The role of the family, building relationships through cooperative learning, building social skills, and developing a love for learning will be examined.

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    ML/HS Lrng Env & Classroom Mangmt - EDU561 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Thomas Johnson
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    6:00PM-7:50PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L108
    Max Participants:
    15

    This course prepares students to create strong learning communities in their classrooms by utilizing developmentally appropriate relationship building and management skills. Topics include teacher-student and student-student communication, conflict resolution, motivating the adolescent, promoting natural curiosity, and fostering a nurturing community.

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    ML/HS Teaching Literacy in Content Areas - EDU563 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Kathy McKee
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    4:20PM-7:10PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L108
    Max Participants:
    15

    This provides pre-service educators with skills and instructional strategies for improving reading comprehension of written material from various content areas. Topics include: assessing student learning before, during, and after reading; the importance of literacy instruction as a way to teach content; and fostering higher-order, critical and reflective thinking about text. A 45 hour practica is embedded in this course.

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    ML/HS Curriculum Instrctn & Assessment - EDU565 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Kathy McKee
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    4:20PM-7:10PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    Max Participants:
    15

    Focus for this course is on evaluation, selection, and utilization of age-appropriate curriculum, instructional, and assessment methods for middle school and high school students. Topics will include multiple intelligences, learning styles, Bloom's taxonomy, alternate assessment, differentiation of instruction, and best practices.

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    Professional Seminar - EDU591 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Kathy McKee
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    4:30PM-5:30PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    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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    Professional Seminar - EDU592 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Kathy McKee
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    4:30PM-5:30PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    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 Women - EM 301 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Judy Glanz
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    11:00AM-12:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    227
    Max Participants:
    15

    Oveview of the women's needs, team building, goal setting and leadership. Involvement of the church in nurturing healthy ministry to and through women.

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    Managing Church Ministries - EM 303 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Robert Hildebrand
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    25

    Organizing and administering a total family-centered program of Christian education in the local church. The biblical and educational basis for organization, leadership essentials, enlistment, and training.

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    Discipleship Training - EM 305 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Judy Glanz
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    20

    Personal philosophy and methodology for discipleship development patterned after scriptural accounts of Christ and his disciples. Review of programs and workbooks currently used in discipleship training; examination of problem areas and their solutions. Practical experience in discipling relationship.

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    Experiential Learning - EM 310 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Patrick Wilson
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    2:30PM-4:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    18

    Theories of experiential learning; the instructional usage of games, simluations, role-playing, and discovery learning; practices of adventure-based instruction (e.g. camping, retreats, expeditions, etc.) including health and safety issues. Addtional course fee required.

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    Curriculum & Program Development - EM 403 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Valerie Clemen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    2:55PM-4:10PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L110
    Max Participants:
    20

    Curriculum development; program organization and administration; need assessment, outcomes evaluation, educational cycle planning and maintenance; advanced philosophy of ministry; practical curriculum projects. Prerequisite: PSY304 and PSY306.

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    English Essentials - ENG050 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Doug Schaak
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    FRI
    Time:
    10:00AM-10:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    20

    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:
    9:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L110
    Max Participants:
    22

    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 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Domani Pothen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L110
    Max Participants:
    22

    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:
    Mrs. Katherine Berning
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    4:30PM-5:45PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    204
    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 - ENG211 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Domani Pothen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:45PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L109
    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 beginning of British literature during the 8th century through its development in the 18th century, including works by Shakespeare, Milton, and Swift. Offered alternate years.

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    American Literature - ENG215 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Doug Schaak
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    2:30PM-3:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    22

    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 beginning of the American colonial period in the early 17th century through the Romantic period in the late 19th century, including works by Bradstreet, Edwards, Irving, Poe, Hawthorne, Melville, Emerson, Thoreau, Dickinson, and Whitman.

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    American Literature - ENG215 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Katherine Berning
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    4:30PM-5:45PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    204
    Max Participants:
    35

    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 beginning of the American colonial period in the early 17th century through the Romantic period in the late 19th century, including works by Bradstreet, Edwards, Irving, Poe, Hawthorne, Melville, Emerson, Thoreau, Dickinson, and Whitman.

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    Critical Reading & Writing - ENG220 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Domani Pothen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    11:00AM-12:15PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L109
    Max Participants:
    20

    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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    Critical Reading & Writing - ENG220 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Domani Pothen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    2:55PM-4:10PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    Max Participants:
    20

    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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    Studies in Drama - ENG333 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Doug Schaak
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    6:30PM-9:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    117
    Max Participants:
    25

    A study of selected plays by writers from a variety of cultures, including American, British, and European. Attention will be given to how cultural considerations influence a playwright's use of theme, tone, character, setting, staging, etc. Plays will be studies comparatively while retaining an emphasis on the individual expressing of each writer. Offered alternate years. Prerequisite: One literature survey course.

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    Minority Voices in American Literature - ENG341 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Doug Schaak
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    11:00AM-12:15PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L108
    Max Participants:
    20

    Study of the literature of one or more minority populations in American society--for example, African American, Native American, and/or Asian American literature. Variable topics.

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    Academic Success Seminar - GE 010 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Danika Hill
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    10:00AM-10:50AM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    Max Participants:
    50

    This eight-session workshop provides instruction and active learning opportunites for students to understand and practice the qualities and skills necessary for academic success.

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    Spiritual & Personal Formation - GE 100 (01)

    Professor:
    Miss Ashley Bell
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    9:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B1
    Max Participants:
    60

    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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    Spiritual & Personal Formation - GE 100 (02)

    Professor:
    Miss Ashley Bell
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B1
    Max Participants:
    60

    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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    Foundations - GE 500 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Roger Trautmann
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    7:00PM-8:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    114
    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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    Greek Grammar I - GRK111 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mr. James Slavin
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    6:00PM-9:50PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    205
    Max Participants:
    50

    An inductive/deductive introduction to the grammatical elements of Koine Greek, stressing vocabulary, declensions, conjugations, and the development of skill in translating Koine Greek.

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    Greek Grammar I - GRK111 (02)

    Professor:
    Mr. Brinton Hinz
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    1:00PM-3:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    15

    An inductive/deductive introduction to the grammatical elements of Koine Greek, stressing vocabulary, declensions, conjugations, and the development of skill in translating Koine Greek.

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    Greek Reading & Syntax - GRK351 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. John Terveen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    8:00AM-10:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    114
    Max Participants:
    15

    This intermediate Greek course uses the Gospel of Mark to develop reading fluency, deepen syntactical knowledge, strengthen vocabulary, and foster awareness of interpretation in the gospel genre. The final segment of the course focuses on reading and analysis of the book of Philippians. Prerequisite: GRK112

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    Greek Rapid Reading I - GRK413 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rex Koivisto
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    11:00AM-12:15PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    15

    Translation of Greek New Testament texts with further development of reading and comprehension skills, vocabulary building, and review of grammar and syntax. Course includes further practice in grammatical diagram analysis of the text. Student may repeat the course for credit due to rotating content. Prerequisite: GRK352.

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    Greek Rapid Reading I - GRK413 (R1)

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

    Translation of Greek New Testament texts with further development of reading and comprehension skills, vocabulary building, and review of grammar and syntax. Course includes further practice in grammatical diagram analysis of the text. Student may repeat the course for credit due to rotating content. Prerequisite: GRK352.

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    Classical Greek Literature - GRK423 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Daniel Christiansen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    1:00PM-2:15PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    227
    Max Participants:
    15

    An exposure to the Greek language and literature of the Classical Period. Special emphasis on syntax, vocabulary building, and exposure to various types of literature (e.g. historical, philosophical, poetry). Offered alternate years.

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    Principles of New Testament Greek I - GRK501 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Brinton Hinz
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    1:00PM-3:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    20

    An introduction to New Testament (Koine) Greek grammar, stressing vocabulary acquisition, word formation and syntax, and the development of translation skills that systematically prepare students for reading the Greek New Testament. While GRK 501 and 511 both prepare students for second-year Greek, the 511 four-credit course includes an emphasis on oral reading, a two-day format and an additional hour of classroom exposure. Fall semester.

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    Principles of New Testament Greek I - GRK501 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mr. James Slavin
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    6:00PM-9:50PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    205
    Max Participants:
    15

    An introduction to New Testament (Koine) Greek grammar, stressing vocabulary acquisition, word formation and syntax, and the development of translation skills that systematically prepare students for reading the Greek New Testament. While GRK 501 and 511 both prepare students for second-year Greek, the 511 four-credit course includes an emphasis on oral reading, a two-day format and an additional hour of classroom exposure. Fall semester.

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    Greek Reading & Syntax - GRK651 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. John Terveen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    8:00AM-10:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    114
    Max Participants:
    20

    This intermediate Greek course uses the Gospel of Mark to develop reading fluency, deepen syntactical knowledge, strengthen vocabulary, and foster awareness of interpretation in the gospel genre. The final segment of the course focuses on reading and analysis of the book of Philippians. Prerequisite: GRK502/512. Fall and summer sessions.

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    Exegesis of NT Quotations - GRK715 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Albert Baylis
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    1:30PM-4:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    227
    Max Participants:
    15

    Exegesis of New Testament quotation passages, including Romans 9-11, formal Johannine quotations and 1 Peter with the goal of discovering the hermeneutical and theological outlook of a variety of New Testament writers. Interaction with current theories and approaches to apostolic quotations. Prerequisite: GRK652. NOT available to students having taken BTh733. Fall semester.

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    Greek Rapid Reading I - GRK751 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rex Koivisto
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    11:00AM-12:15PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    15

    Translation of Greek New Testament texts with further development of reading and comprehension skills, vocabulary building, and review of grammar and syntax. Course includes further practice in grammatical diagram and analysis of the text. Student may repeat the course for credit due to rotating content. Prerequisite: GRK652. Fall semester.

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    Classical Greek Literature - GRK757 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Daniel Christiansen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    1:00PM-2:15PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    227
    Max Participants:
    15

    An exposure to the Greek language and literature of the Classical Period. Special emphasis on syntax, vocabulary building, and exposure to various types of literature (e.g., historical, philosophical, poetry). Prerequisite: GRK652. Fall semester, (Alternate years).

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    NT Exegesis Sem: General Epistles - GRK801 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. John Terveen
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    9:00AM-10:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    15

    Translation and inductive study of selected General Epistles, emphasizing careful analysis of the Greek text and development of exegetical skills. Prerequisite: 2 years of Greek or GRK 710

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    NT Exegesis Sem: General Epistles - GRK803 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. John Terveen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    9:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    15

    Translation and inductive study of selected General Epistles, emphasizing careful analysis of the Greek text and development of exegetical skills. Prerequisite: 2 years of Greek or GRK 710

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    Hebrew Grammar I - HEB121 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Karl Kutz
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    1:30PM-3:20PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L108
    Max Participants:
    15

    An introduction to Classical Hebrew grammar, stressing vocabulary, noun and verb morphology, and proficiency in oral reading and translation.

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    Hebrew Grammar I - HEB121 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rebekah Josberger
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    12:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    15

    An introduction to Classical Hebrew grammar, stressing vocabulary, noun and verb morphology, and proficiency in oral reading and translation.

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    Hebrew Reading - HEB321 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rebekah Josberger
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    11:00AM-12:15PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    114
    Max Participants:
    15

    Translation of narrative texts in the Hebrew Bible with emphasis upon vocabulary building, comprehension of noun and verb morphology, and Hebrew syntax. Prerequisite: HEB122.

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    Hebrew Exegesis - HEB401 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rebekah Josberger
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    3:30PM-6:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    227
    Max Participants:
    10

    Translation, analysis, and exegesis of strategic portions of the Hebrew Bible with an exegetical research project. Course may be repeated for credit due to rotating content — (1) Isaiah 1 39, (2) Deuteronomy, (3) Kings. Prerequisite: Heb 322

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    Advanced Grammar & Composition - HEB411 (01)

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

    Translation of Biblical texts with advanced work in Hebrew grammar and morphology (including Hebrew compositions). Prerequisite: HEB322.

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    Hebrew Grammar I - HEB621 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rebekah Josberger
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    12:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    20

    An introduction to Classical Hebrew grammar, stressing vocabulary acquisition, noun and verb morphology, proficiency in oral reading and translation. In this course students translate a graded reader based on teh Joseph narrative in Gen. 37-50. Fall semester

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    Hebrew Grammar I - HEB621 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Karl Kutz
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    1:30PM-3:20PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L108
    Max Participants:
    20

    An introduction to Classical Hebrew grammar, stressing vocabulary acquisition, noun and verb morphology, proficiency in oral reading and translation. In this course students translate a graded reader based on teh Joseph narrative in Gen. 37-50. Fall semester

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    Hebrew Reading - HEB721 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rebekah Josberger
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    11:00AM-12:15PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    114
    Max Participants:
    20

    Translation of narrative texts in the Hebrew Bible (Samuel adn Psalms) with emphasis on vocabulary building, morphology and syntax, and basic exegetical skills. Prerequisite: HEB 622. Fall semester

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    Hebrew Exegesis Seminar I - HEB831 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rebekah Josberger
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    3:30PM-6:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    227
    Max Participants:
    10

    Translation, analysis, and exegesis of strategic portions of the Hebrew Bible with an exegetical research project. Student may repeat the course for credit due to rotating content---(1) Isaiah 1-39, (2) Deuteronomy, (3) Job 1-21. Prerequisite: HEB 722

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    Adv Hebrew Grammar & Composition - HEB841 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Karl Kutz
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    8:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    227
    Max Participants:
    15

    Advanced study of Hebrew morphology, grammar, syntax, and Proto-Semitic linguistics. Course includes submission of Hebrew compositions. Prerequisite: HEB 722 (or HEB 622 and consent of the instructor)

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    Western Civilization - HST101 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Daniel Scalberg
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    35

    The Ancient and Medieval periods: emphasis on the political, cultural, social, and economic aspects of Western Civilization as well as relationships between Church and State.

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    US History - HST201 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Philip Johnson
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    12:30PM-1:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    35

    Settlement and growth of colonial North America; the American Revolution; growth of political, economic, social, and religious institutions to 1865.

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    History of American Minorities - HST315 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Philip Johnson
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    25

    The study of the political, cultural and religious experience of minority people in North America. Focus will be on American First Nations, African Americans and Latinos. Other minority groups will be studied where appropriate. The course will be interdisciplinary with an emphasis on original texts. Offered alternate years.

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    The Church in the Age of Reason - HST359 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Daniel Scalberg
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    2:55PM-4:10PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L108
    Max Participants:
    20

    Role of the church in the 17th and 18th century Europe; church response to the rise of Absolutism, Constitutionalism, the Enlightenment, and the Scientific Revolution; the influence of Quietism, Jansenism, Pietism, Methodism, Revivalism, and Tridentine Catholicism through the literature of the period. Offered alternate years. Prerequisite: HST 102 or 306.

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    Reading and Conference - HST400 (01)

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

    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. Daniel Scalberg
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    5

    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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    Story of American Christianity - HTh617 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Philip Johnson
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    8:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    227
    Max Participants:
    20

    An interdisciplinary study of the major religious movments of American Christianity in their social and cultural contexts. The course emphasizes the development of the major denomincations of Protestantism and provides a brief survey of American Catholicism. Two credits, fall semester, offered even-numbered years.

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    Traditions in Christian Spirituality - HTh715 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Jon Robertson
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    8:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    20

    Examination of major Christian traditions of spirituality within their historical contexts; encouragement of personal spiritual formation through directed readings and journaling.

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    Introduction to Fine Arts - HUM101 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Stanford Campbell
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    12:30PM-1:20PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L101
    Max Participants:
    50

    Selected topics in visual arts, theater, and music surveyed in relations to their development in Western Culture. Topics vary according to curricular need and faculty expertise. May include required field trips to local art museums, concerts, and stage productions. Additional course fee required.

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    Introduction to Fine Arts - HUM101 (02)

    Professor:
    Mr. Stanford Campbell
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L101
    Max Participants:
    50

    Selected topics in visual arts, theater, and music surveyed in relations to their development in Western Culture. Topics vary according to curricular need and faculty expertise. May include required field trips to local art museums, concerts, and stage productions. Additional course fee required.

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    Pressing Issues in Global Miss. Contexts - IS 103 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Martin Alphonse
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    8:30AM-9:45AM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    Max Participants:
    30

    Starting with an emphasis on the mission of God, this introductory course explores international and North American contemporary ministry contexts including such topics as children at risk, intercultural communication, globalization, human trafficking, short-term missions and poverty alleviation among other pressing ministry issues today.

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    Pressing Issues in Global Miss. Contexts - IS 103 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Martin Alphonse
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    11:00AM-12:15PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    Max Participants:
    30

    Starting with an emphasis on the mission of God, this introductory course explores international and North American contemporary ministry contexts including such topics as children at risk, intercultural communication, globalization, human trafficking, short-term missions and poverty alleviation among other pressing ministry issues today.

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    Pressing Issues in Global Miss. Contexts - IS 103 (03)

    Professor:
    Dr. Greg Burch
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:45PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    Max Participants:
    30

    Starting with an emphasis on the mission of God, this introductory course explores international and North American contemporary ministry contexts including such topics as children at risk, intercultural communication, globalization, human trafficking, short-term missions and poverty alleviation among other pressing ministry issues today.

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    Pressing Issues in Global Miss. Contexts - IS 103 (04)

    Professor:
    Dr. Greg Burch
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    2:55PM-4:10PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    Max Participants:
    30

    Starting with an emphasis on the mission of God, this introductory course explores international and North American contemporary ministry contexts including such topics as children at risk, intercultural communication, globalization, human trafficking, short-term missions and poverty alleviation among other pressing ministry issues today.

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    Pressing Issues in Global Miss. Contexts - IS 103 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mr. Allen Battle
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    6:00PM-8:50PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    205
    Max Participants:
    20

    Starting with an emphasis on the mission of God, this introductory course explores international and North American contemporary ministry contexts including such topics as children at risk, intercultural communication, globalization, human trafficking, short-term missions and poverty alleviation among other pressing ministry issues today.

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    Biblical Theology of Missions - IS 301 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Martin Alphonse
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    2:55PM-3:45PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    15

    Study and application of Scripture as it relates to the purposes, nature, scope, and current challenges of world missions. Prerequisite: IS 101 or EM 103.

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    Missionary Principles and Practices - IS 303 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Greg Burch
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    15

    Missionary appointment, securing support, relationships with churches, children's education, and other practical aspects of missionary life. Prerequisite: IS 101 or EM 103.

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    Found in International Devlpmt Practice - IS 501 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Greg Burch
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    3:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    114
    Max Participants:
    25

    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. Paul Metzger
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    6:00PM-7:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    114
    Max Participants:
    25

    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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    Cross-Cultural Communication - IS 607 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Martin Alphonse
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    4:00PM-5:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    22

    Examines principles for effectively communication absolute truth across cultrual and socio-ethnic boudaries. Compares cultural spects of common worldviews with Christianity to enahance the impact of one's ministry.

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    Mission with Children at Risk - IS 618 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Greg Burch
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    6:30PM-8:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    Max Participants:
    25

    This course focuses on children around the world living in at-risk conditions spiritually, physically and emotionally and targets preventive and restorative interventions from a Christian perspective. Mission responses will include a survey of best practices that lead children toward restoring their relationship with the Lord and fellow humans.

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    Non-profit Leadership & Administration - IS 621 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Ulf Spears
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    3:00PM-5:50PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    Max Participants:
    25

    Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and other faith-based organizations are increasingly being looked to by both governments and citizens to provide services that would otherwise go unmet. Topics such as fundraising, financial transparency, marketing, board management and program planning are all a part of creating sustainable agencies that care for people. Emphasis will be placed on the development and management of faith-based organizations.

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    Christian Theology and World Religions - IS 701 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Paul Metzger
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    8:00AM-10:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    30

    An introduction and examination of prominent religions of the world including Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism, as well as post-modern forms of spirituality. Consideration will also be given to the theme of religious pluralism.

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    Public Policy, Human Rghts, Law & Ethics - IS 711 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Mark Loomis
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    6:00PM-8:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    25

    Explores the issues related to advocating for social change through international human rights mechanisms and highlights the role of non-governmental organizations in civil discourse and public policies that affect the lives of the poor and others marginalized in society. Christian ethics provides t0eh fundamental guidelines in developing such policies and procedures.

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    General Linguistics - LIN415 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Kristi French
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    3:30PM-4:45PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L109
    Max Participants:
    15

    This course focuses on the core areas of linguistic inquiry: phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax and semantics. Attention will also be given to language acquisition and sociolinguistics.

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    Foundations of TESOL - LIN445 (01)

    Professor:
    Kristyn Kidney
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:45PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L109
    Max Participants:
    15

    Intended as an introduction to the field of TESOL, this course examines current theoretical principles and methodological approaches in the field of second language teaching.

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    Course & Curriculum Development - LIN455 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Michael Bess
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    11:00AM-12:15PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    227
    Max Participants:
    15

    A practical extension of LIN445, this course addresses learner needs and helps students create courses, develop and evaluate ESL materials, prepare lesson plans and construct assessment tools. Prerequisite: LIN445 and 452.

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    Introduction to Linguistics - LIN515 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Kristi French
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    3:30PM-4:45PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L109
    Max Participants:
    15

    This course focuses on the core areas of linguistic inquiry: phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax and semantics. Attention will also be given to language acquisition and sociolinguistics.

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    Foundations of TESOL - LIN545 (01)

    Professor:
    Kristyn Kidney
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:45PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L109
    Max Participants:
    15

    Intended as an introduction to the field of TESOL, this course examines current theoretical principles and methodological approaches in the field of second language teaching.

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    TESOL Workshop - LIN561 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. John Runcie
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    6:30PM-9:20PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L110
    Max Participants:
    10

    Rotating topics relevant to the field of TESOL will be explored. Topics include Teaching English for Academic Purposes, ESL in the Workplace, Teaching ESL with Children, Readings in TESOL, Discourse and Language Teaching, and Language and Society.

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    Elementary Algebra - MTH090 (01)

    Professor:
    Miss Deborah Chin
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    12:30PM-1:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    10

    Focuses on reviewing the basics of algebra, the language of mathematics, with an emphasis on working word problems. The course will include basic review of arithmetic skills: fractions, decimals, percent, and absolute value. Also included will be basic topics of algebra: first degree equations and inequalities including graphing, formulas, and problem solving, exponents and polynomials. Credit for enrollment but not toward graduation; satisfies no college requirement.

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    Contemporary Math - MTH110 (01)

    Professor:
    Rachel Curtiss
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    8:30AM-9:45AM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    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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    Contemporary Math - MTH110 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Chin-Chi Chen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    WF
    Time:
    11:00AM-12:15PM
    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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    Piano Class - MUS111 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Craig Jones
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    2:30PM-3:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    Max Participants:
    10

    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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    Voice Class - MUS115 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Melinda Loomis
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    Max Participants:
    10

    Exploration of the fundamentals of vocal technique focusing on knowledge, vocal freedom, and confidence to use and develop the student's God-given gift.

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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:
    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 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 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 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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    Ambassador Choir - MUS150 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Stanford Campbell
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    2:55PM-4:10PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    Max Participants:
    40

    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 - MUS150 (01)

    Professor:
    Daniel Burnett
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    2:55PM-4:10PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    Max Participants:
    40

    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 I - MUS233 (01)

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

    The study of the building blocks of tonal music for the purpose of personal composition, analysis, performance and listening. Prerequisite: Music Fundamentals Entrance Exam, MUS111 or instructor's permission. Concurrent enrollment in MUS331 for music majors (minors excluded).

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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 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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    Advanced Private Composition - MUS320 (96)

    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 (96)

    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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    Ear Training I - MUS331 (01)

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

    Recognizing musical elements in a variety of real-world contexts. Active listening developed through melodic, harmonic and rhythmic studies. Prerequisite: MUS233 or instructor's permission.

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    Theory III - MUS333 (01)

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

    Personal originality emphasized through study and application of advanced theory. Development of your individual "sound palette". Emphasis on application through composition/study of relevant styles. Prerequisite: MUS 234 or instructor's permission.

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    Worship: Past & Present - MUS343 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Stanford Campbell
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    Max Participants:
    15

    Discussion of theological and philosophical foundations for worship; a survey of the history of corporate worship and an analysis of current worship thought and practice. Includes guest lectures and church visits.

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    Worship: Past & Present - MUS343 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Stanford Campbell
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    FRI
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L108
    Max Participants:
    15

    Discussion of theological and philosophical foundations for worship; a survey of the history of corporate worship and an analysis of current worship thought and practice. Includes guest lectures and church visits.

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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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    Ambassador Choir - MUS350 (01)

    Professor:
    Daniel Burnett
    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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    Coed Volleyball - PE 101 (02)

    Professor:
    Miss Lois Vos
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    9:00AM-9:50AM
    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 Contract - PE 101 (03)

    Professor:
    Miss Lois Vos
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    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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    Men's Weight Training - PE 101 (04)

    Professor:
    Mr. Curt Bickley
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    GYM
    Room:
    Wt Rm
    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 Weight Training - PE 101 (05)

    Professor:
    Miss Lois Vos
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    GYM
    Room:
    Wt Rm
    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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    Ultimate Frisbee - PE 101 (06)

    Professor:
    Mr. Curt Bickley
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    12:00PM-12:50PM
    Building:
    GYM
    Room:
    Gym
    Max Participants:
    15

    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 Bowling - PE 101 (07)

    Professor:
    Miss Lois Vos
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    GYM
    Room:
    Gym
    Max Participants:
    30

    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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    Intermediate Hiking - PE 101 (08)

    Professor:
    Ms. Regina Berquist
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    8

    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 101 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Curt Bickley
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    8:00AM-8:50AM
    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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    Men's Advanced Basketball - PE 201 (21)

    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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    Women's Advanced Volleyball - PE 201 (22)

    Professor:
    Miss Lois Vos
    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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    Women's Advanced Basketball - PE 201 (24)

    Professor:
    Miss Lois Vos
    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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    Men's Advanced Soccer - PE 201 (23)

    Professor:
    Miss Lois Vos
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    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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    Men's and Women's Advanced Cross Country - PE 201 (25)

    Professor:
    Miss Lois Vos
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    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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    Men's and Women's Advanced Golf - PE 201 (26)

    Professor:
    Mr. Curt Bickley
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    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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    Educational Philosophy & Practice - PM 622 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Valerie Clemen
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    4:00PM-5:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    15

    Investigates the major educational philosophies and introduces the student to the principles of effective teaching in the 21st century. Students will begin to formulate their own philosophy of educational ministry.

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    Dynamics of Ministry Mobilization - PM 707 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Roger Trautmann
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    4:00PM-5:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    114
    Max Participants:
    20

    Principles and methods for mobilizing God's people in ministry. This course will explore functional aspects of biblical-spiritual mobilization, gift-based training, small group development-management, and mentoring-coaching methods. Includes discussion or curriculum development, the general dynamics of change and problem solving.

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    Theology of Community and Ministry - PM 711 (01)

    Professor:
    Rev. Thomas Schiave
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    4:00PM-5:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    114
    Max Participants:
    35

    This course introduces students to ministry as community practice. Moving beyond the rampant individualism in our society, the aim will be to explicate and illustrate how faithful ministry is grounded and nurtured in the life of the Triune God and centered in the church. Consideration will also be given to such themes as worship, order, service, sacraments, and mission.

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    Preaching Narrative Literature - PR 735 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Gene Curtis
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    8:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    114
    Max Participants:
    15

    Development of advanced homiletical and storytelling skills. Presentation of narrative, textual, topical, hymnic, and dramatic expositional sermons from the spectrum of biblical literature with emphasis on narrative genre. Contemporary trends in preaching and audience analysis.

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    General Psychology - PSY100 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Elliott Lawless
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    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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    Human Sexuality - PSY211 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Brandi Walters
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    2:55PM-4:10PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L109
    Max Participants:
    30

    An in-depth study of human sexuality, including aspects of anatomical, physiological, psychological, personal and social signficance.

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    Social Psychology - PSY215 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Elliott Lawless
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    2:30PM-3:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B4
    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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    Abnormal Psychology - PSY361 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Jim Velez
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    11:00AM-12:15PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    35

    An exploration of the nature, development, diagnostic classification, prevention and treatment of biological and behavioral mental disorders, including investigation into various philosophical and ethical issues related to psychopathy. Prerequisite: PSY100.

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    Research Methods & Statistics - PSY371 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Elliott Lawless
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:45PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    25

    An introduction to research methodology and basic statistical applications in psychological research, including qualitative and quantitative approaches. Students will learn how to critically read and interpret psychological research. Students will also be involved in designing and conducting experimental research. This course is fundamental preparation for students planning graduate work in psychology or related fields. Prerequisite: Mth 110.

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    Career Development - PSY390 (01)

    Professor:
    Maria Holmes
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    12:30PM-1:20PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L108
    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 - PSY390 (02)

    Professor:
    Maria Holmes
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    117
    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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    History and Systems of Psychology - PSY411 (01)

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

    Explores the history of the various schools of psychology and how these theories are utilized today. Major theorists and theories, along with their major contributions, will be discussed.

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    Foundations of Pastoral Leadership - PT 103 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Jay Held
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    12:00PM-1:15PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L108
    Max Participants:
    35

    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 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mr. Christopher Meade
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    3:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    205
    Max Participants:
    15

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

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    Homiletics - PT 301 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Jay Held
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    11:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    117
    Max Participants:
    12

    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 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Carmen Bryant
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    12:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    25

    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 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Jay Held
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    9:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    20

    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:
    Mr. Jay Held
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MW
    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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    Functions of Pastoral Leadership - PT 403 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Jay Held
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    2:30PM-4:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    15

    A closer exploration of key competencies of effective ministerial leadership including but not limited to vision casting, team building, and leadership development for ministry. Prerequisite: PT 103.

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    Principles of Spiritual Formation I - SF 511 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Valerie Clemen
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    3:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    30

    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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    Spiritual Warfare - SF 713 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Calvin Blom
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    6:30PM-8:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    20

    Examines multiple dimensions of spiritual warfare as it relates to personal spiritual development. Overviews Satan's strategies, takes personal spiritual inventories, and studies key biblical warfare passages. Includes a required prayer retreat.

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    Marriage and Family - SOC305 (01)

    Professor:
    Miss Shannon White
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    2:30PM-4:20PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L101
    Max Participants:
    25

    Issues involved in developing a Christian family: cycles and structures, social pressures and perceptions, elements of intimacy, budgeting, parenting, and coping strategies.

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    World Religions - SOC313 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Martin Alphonse
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    2:30PM-3:45PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    116
    Max Participants:
    25

    Overview of doctrines and practices of the leading world religions, major cults, and communism (a secular religion).

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    Prolegomena/Bibliology/Theology Proper - TH 303 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Bradley Harper
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    8:00AM-8:50AM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    Max Participants:
    25

    Character of the Bible and its own vindication of inerrancy and inspiration, especially in view of contemporary religious doubt. Theism, including the attributes, names and works of God, the Trinity and the decrees of God.

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    Prolegomena/Bibliology/Theology Proper - TH 303 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Michael Gurney
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    Max Participants:
    25

    Character of the Bible and its own vindication of inerrancy and inspiration, especially in view of contemporary religious doubt. Theism, including the attributes, names and works of God, the Trinity and the decrees of God.

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    Theology I - TH 307 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Paul Metzger
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    8:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    25

    An introduction to the study of Theology. The character of the Bible and its own vindication of inerrancy and inspiration, especially in view of contemporary religious doubt. Theism, including the attributes, names, designations and works of the Trinitarian God. The Person and work of the Savior, including his deity, humanity and the nature of His sacrifice as substitutionary atonement. The Person and work of the Holy Spirit, including his role in salvation and the life of the believer.

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    Theology I - TH 307 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Michael Gurney
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    11:00AM-12:50PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L110
    Max Participants:
    30

    An introduction to the study of Theology. The character of the Bible and its own vindication of inerrancy and inspiration, especially in view of contemporary religious doubt. Theism, including the attributes, names, designations and works of the Trinitarian God. The Person and work of the Savior, including his deity, humanity and the nature of His sacrifice as substitutionary atonement. The Person and work of the Holy Spirit, including his role in salvation and the life of the believer.

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    Theology I - TH 307 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mr. James Slavin
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    6:00PM-9:50PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    101
    Max Participants:
    20

    An introduction to the study of Theology. The character of the Bible and its own vindication of inerrancy and inspiration, especially in view of contemporary religious doubt. Theism, including the attributes, names, designations and works of the Trinitarian God. The Person and work of the Savior, including his deity, humanity and the nature of His sacrifice as substitutionary atonement. The Person and work of the Holy Spirit, including his role in salvation and the life of the believer.

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    Dispensationalism - TH 353 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Michael Gurney
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    3:30PM-4:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    117
    Max Participants:
    20

    Comparative study of dispensationalism with covenant theology and other significant theological systems. Study of developments within each tradition as well as the impact on contemporary church practice. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing.

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    Ecclesiology & Eschatology - TH 401 (03)

    Professor:
    Dr. Bradley Harper
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    6:00PM-9:50PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    Max Participants:
    1

    The Church in its local, city, and catholic/universal manifestations; the origin and development of the Church; Church polity and ordinances. Also 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). Prerequisite: TH 313.

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    Pneumatology/Ecclesiology/Eschatology - TH 403 (01)

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

    The Church in its local, city, and catholic/universal manifestations; the origin and development of the Church; Church polity and ordinances. Also 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). Prerequisite: Th 303.

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    Pneumatology/Ecclesiology/Eschatology - TH 403 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Michael Gurney
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    WF
    Time:
    11:00AM-12:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    113
    Max Participants:
    25

    The Church in its local, city, and catholic/universal manifestations; the origin and development of the Church; Church polity and ordinances. Also 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). Prerequisite: Th 303.

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    Pneumatology/Ecclesiology/Eschatology - TH 403 (03)

    Professor:
    Dr. Bradley Harper
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    6:00PM-9:50PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    Max Participants:
    25

    The Church in its local, city, and catholic/universal manifestations; the origin and development of the Church; Church polity and ordinances. Also 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). Prerequisite: Th 303.

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    Pneumatology/Ecclesiology/Eschatology - TH 403 (R1)

    Professor:
    Mr. John McKendricks
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    12:30PM-4:20PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    101
    Max Participants:
    30

    The Church in its local, city, and catholic/universal manifestations; the origin and development of the Church; Church polity and ordinances. Also 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). Prerequisite: Th 303.

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    OT Biblical Theology - TH 405 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Ray Lubeck
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MWF
    Time:
    9:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B3
    Max Participants:
    30

    An examination of biblical thought using an inductive methodology; theological expression of individual books; progressive revelation and major themes. Prerequisite: BIB104 and junior standing.

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    American Evangelical Christianity - TH 407 (01)

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

    A study of the variety of theological traditions and historical developments, which have shaped American Christian theology, especially the theology of American Evangelicalism. An evaluation of Evangelicalism as both a product of history and a reflection of biblical Christianity. Offered alternate years. Prerequisite: TH 314.

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    Senior Theology: Hist of Th & Doctrine - TH 408 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Bradley Harper
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:45PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L108
    Max Participants:
    20

    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 I - TH 507 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Paul Metzger
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    8:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    25

    A survey of Christian theology covering the Scriptures, God, Christ, Holy Spirit, man, sin, and angels. Emphasizes a systematic as well as historical and biblical approach to theology.

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    Christian Theology I - TH 507 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Wayne Strickland
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    6:00PM-9:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    114
    Max Participants:
    25

    A survey of Christian theology covering the Scriptures, God, Christ, Holy Spirit, man, sin, and angels. Emphasizes a systematic as well as historical and biblical approach to theology.

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    Contemporary Theology & Ethics - TH 717 (01)

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

    Considers major theological movements of the twentieth century and current directions. Contemporary ethical systems and issues are explored. Students articulate their own ethical system.

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    Readings in Ethics - TH 720 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Paul Metzger
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    8:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    10

    A seminar guiding student formulation of an ethical position. Discussions of contemporary trends in ethical studies.

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    Issues in Theology Seminar - TH 801 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Albert Baylis
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    12:30PM-3:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    117
    Max Participants:
    12

    An examination of issues important to historic orthodoxy as well as issues and debates surrounding contemporary orthodoxy. Th.M. students (or third year MDIV students) only.

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    Ministry to Youth - YM 201 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Robert Hildebrand
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MW
    Time:
    2:30PM-3:45PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L110
    Max Participants:
    30

    Characteristics of adolescent youth; survey of current goals, methods and resources in youth ministry; the development of a personal philosophy of youth ministry.

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    Communication to Youth - YM 311 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Robert Hildebrand
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    12:30PM-1:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    12

    Theory and skill development of speaking to youth, leading small groups, and interpersonally relating with adolescents. Prerequisite: YM 201.

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    Urban Youth Ministry - YM 317 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Benjamin Sand
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    12:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    111
    Max Participants:
    20

    Studying and engaging the city to broaden perspective and understand the tensions of a pluralistic environment. Racial identity, systems of oppression, and developing an incarnational and kingdom approach to evangelism and discipleship will be considered.

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    Genesis through Song of Solomon - BIB501 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rebekah Josberger
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    A survey of Genesis through Song of Solomon with exposition of each book. Studies the Bible as a whole, the interrelationship of the parts with a consideration of backgrounds, problem passages, and devotional sections.

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    Acts, Pauline Epistles - BIB503 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. John Terveen
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    A survey of Acts and the Pauline Epistles, stressing cultural, historical, doctrinal, and practical factors. Acts and Romans are emphasized.

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    Biblical Interpretation - BIB509 (02)

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

    An introduction to the principles of inductive Bible study with an emphasis on general hermeneutics and the use of tools for independent Bible study. Attention is also given to various biblical genres.

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    Foundations - GE 500 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Roger Trautmann
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    20

    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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    Greek Reading & Syntax - GRK651 (03)

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

    This intermediate Greek course uses the Gospel of Mark to develop reading fluency, deepen syntactical knowledge, strengthen vocabulary, and foster awareness of interpretation in the gospel genre. The final segment of the course focuses on reading and analysis of the book of Philippians. Prerequisite: GRK502/512. Fall and summer sessions.

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    Patristic & Medieval Theology - HTh703 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Jon Robertson
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    25

    Historical development of the formulation of the major tenets of Christian theology with special attention to councils, disputes over orthodoxy, and significant theologians from the close of the New Testament to the beginning of the Reformation.

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    Found in International Devlpmt Practice - IS 501 (02)

    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 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Paul Metzger
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00PM
    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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    Dynamics of Ministry Mobilization - PM 707 (02)

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

    Principles and methods for mobilizing God's people in ministry. This course will explore functional aspects of biblical-spiritual mobilization, gift-based training, small group development-management, and mentoring-coaching methods. Includes discussion or curriculum development, the general dynamics of change and problem solving.

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    Theology of Community and Ministry - PM 711 (02)

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

    This course introduces students to ministry as community practice. Moving beyond the rampant individualism in our society, the aim will be to explicate and illustrate how faithful ministry is grounded and nurtured in the life of the Triune God and centered in the church. Consideration will also be given to such themes as worship, order, service, sacraments, and mission.

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    Christian Theology I - TH 507 (03)

    Professor:
    Dr. Wayne Strickland
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    A survey of Christian theology covering the Scriptures, God, Christ, Holy Spirit, man, sin, and angels. Emphasizes a systematic as well as historical and biblical approach to theology.

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    Contemporary Theology & Ethics - TH 717 (02)

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

    Considers major theological movements of the twentieth century and current directions. Contemporary ethical systems and issues are explored. Students articulate their own ethical system.

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    Advanced Bible Study - BIB345 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Ray Lubeck
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    WF
    Time:
    9:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    Max Participants:
    18

    Guided experience in the process and practice of interpreting biblical discourse, focusing on epistolary literature. Prerequisite: BIB 104 or professor's permission.

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    Advanced Bible Study - BIB345 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Jonathan Noble
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    WF
    Time:
    9:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    B2
    Max Participants:
    18

    Guided experience in the process and practice of interpreting biblical discourse, focusing on epistolary literature. Prerequisite: BIB 104 or professor's permission.

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    Advanced Bible Study - BIB345 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Ray Lubeck
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    WF
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    18

    Guided experience in the process and practice of interpreting biblical discourse, focusing on epistolary literature. Prerequisite: BIB 104 or professor's permission.

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    Advanced Bible Study - BIB345 (02)

    Professor:
    Curtis Bell
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    WF
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    18

    Guided experience in the process and practice of interpreting biblical discourse, focusing on epistolary literature. Prerequisite: BIB 104 or professor's permission.

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    Botany Lab - BOT215 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Keith Swenson
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    4:30PM-6:00PM
    Building:
    JHOUSE
    Room:
    S
    Max Participants:
    16

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    Botany Lab - BOT215 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Keith Swenson
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    2:30PM-4:00PM
    Building:
    JHOUSE
    Room:
    S
    Max Participants:
    16

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    Practicum Counseling - CN 723 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Carley Wecks
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    1:30PM-3:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    15

    An overview of counseling theories and a foundation in basic counseling techniques for various aspects of biblical and pastoral counseling. Lab includes a structured, supervised, and hands-on application of counseling techniques in the classroom and outside of class.

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    Practicum Counseling - CN 723 (02)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Carley Wecks
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    4:00PM-5:50PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    112
    Max Participants:
    15

    An overview of counseling theories and a foundation in basic counseling techniques for various aspects of biblical and pastoral counseling. Lab includes a structured, supervised, and hands-on application of counseling techniques in the classroom and outside of class.

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    Public Speaking - COM205 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Robert Hildebrand
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    9:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L109
    Max Participants:
    14

    Introduction to basic principles from communication theory and their application to preparation and delivery of extemporaneous speeches. Prerequisite to all communication classes.

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    Public Speaking - COM205 (02)

    Professor:
    Shaun Stevenson
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    9:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    117
    Max Participants:
    14

    Introduction to basic principles from communication theory and their application to preparation and delivery of extemporaneous speeches. Prerequisite to all communication classes.

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    Public Speaking - COM205 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Robert Hildebrand
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    9:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    117
    Max Participants:
    14

    Introduction to basic principles from communication theory and their application to preparation and delivery of extemporaneous speeches. Prerequisite to all communication classes.

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    Experiential Learning - EM 310 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Patrick Wilson
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    18

    Theories of experiential learning; the instructional usage of games, simluations, role-playing, and discovery learning; practices of adventure-based instruction (e.g. camping, retreats, expeditions, etc.) including health and safety issues. Addtional course fee required.

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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:
    40

    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 - MUS150 (01)

    Professor:
    Daniel Burnett
    Credits:
    0.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    40

    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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    Practicum - COU545 (01)

    Professor:
    Christopher Cleaver
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    5:00PM-5:55PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    117
    Max Participants:
    10

    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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    Practicum - COU545 (02)

    Professor:
    Christopher Cleaver
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    5:00PM-5:55PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    115
    Max Participants:
    10

    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:
    Raeshawn Chresfield
    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 generally begin their internship in the second year in the program. They apply for placement at a chosen site in the community in the 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. Prerequisite: COU 545

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    Clinical Internship II - COU645 (01)

    Professor:
    Raeshawn Chresfield
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    35

    Supervised clinical internship in community and church counseling programs.Students generally begin their internship in the second year in the program. They apply for placement at a chosen site in the community in the 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. Prerequisite: COU 545, COU 605

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    Continuing Internship - COU695 (01)

    Professor:
    Raeshawn Chresfield
    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:
    Susan Boe
    Credits:
    7.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    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:
    Susan Boe
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

    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:
    Susan Boe
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    20

    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:
    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 411 (01)

    Professor:
    Mrs. Judy Glanz
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    10

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

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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 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:
    15

    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:
    Mr. John Runcie
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    6:30PM-9:20PM
    Building:
    LIB
    Room:
    L109
    Max Participants:
    15

    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:
    Mr. John Runcie
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    6:30PM-9:20PM
    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:
    Mr. John Runcie
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    15

    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. A contract is entered into between mentor and student, specifically listing responsibilities and commitment. MA(PS) 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. A contract is entered into between mentor and student, specifically listing responsibilities and commitment. MA(PS) 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:
    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. MA(PS) 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:
    40

    A mentored ministry centered in a local church under the supervision of an experienced mentor and resident faculty member. Supervision of pastoral field education includes planning, instruction, and evaluation by the mentor and student. A contract is entered into between mentor and student, specifically listing responsibilities and commitment. M.Div. 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:
    20

    A mentored ministry centered in a local church under the supervision of an experienced mentor and resident faculty member. Supervision of pastoral field education includes planning, instruction, and evaluation by the mentor and student. A contract is entered into between mentor and student, specifically listing responsibilities and commitment. M.Div. 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:
    20

    A mentored ministry centered in a local church under the supervision of an experienced mentor and resident faculty member. Supervision of pastoral field education includes planning, instruction, and evaluation by the mentor and student. A contract is entered into between mentor and student, specifically listing responsibilities and commitment. M.Div. 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:
    20

    A mentored ministry centered in a local church under the supervision of an experienced mentor and resident faculty member. Supervision of pastoral field education includes planning, instruction, and evaluation by the mentor and student. A contract is entered into between mentor and student, specifically listing responsibilities and commitment. M.Div. 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 CPE training. Chaplaincy track M.Div or MAPS only.

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    Chaplaincy Internship - MM 790 (02)

    Professor:
    Dr. Roger Trautmann
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    1

    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 CPE training. Chaplaincy track M.Div or MAPS only.

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    Chaplaincy Internship - MM 790 (03)

    Professor:
    Dr. Roger Trautmann
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    1

    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 CPE training. Chaplaincy track M.Div or MAPS only.

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    Music Practicum - MUS445 (01)

    Professor:
    Mr. Stanford Campbell
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    2:30PM-3:20PM
    Building:
    BRAD
    Room:
    OFFICE
    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, instructor permission, and successful completion of Piano Proficiency Exam.

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    Music Practicum - MUS445 (02)

    Professor:
    Mr. Stanford Campbell
    Credits:
    1.00
    Day:
    TBA
    Time:
    12:00AM-12:00AM
    Building:
    Room:
    Max Participants:
    1

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

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    Teaching Practicum - PM 702 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Valerie Clemen
    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.

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    Pastoral Practicum - PT 411 (01)

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

    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 411 (01)

    Professor:
    Dr. Robert Hildebrand
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    1:30PM-2:20PM
    Building:
    TLHALL
    Room:
    117
    Max Participants:
    10

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

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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:
    14

    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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    Genesis through Song of Solomon - BIB501 (RVC)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rebekah Josberger
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    FRI
    Time:
    8:00AM-11:50AM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    211
    Max Participants:
    15

    A survey of Genesis through Song of Solomon with exposition of each book. Studies the Bible as a whole, the interrelationship of the parts with a consideration of backgrounds, problem passages, and devotional sections.

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    Acts, Pauline Epistles - BIB503 (RVC)

    Professor:
    Dr. John Terveen
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    THUR
    Time:
    1:30PM-5:20PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    211
    Max Participants:
    15

    A survey of Acts and the Pauline Epistles, stressing cultural, historical, doctrinal, and practical factors. Acts and Romans are emphasized.

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    Biblical Interpretation - BIB509 (RVC)

    Professor:
    Dr. Ray Lubeck
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    12:30PM-3:20PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    211
    Max Participants:
    15

    An introduction to the principles of inductive Bible study with an emphasis on general hermeneutics and the use of tools for independent Bible study. Attention is also given to various biblical genres.

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    Biblical Interpretation - BIB509 (SVC)

    Professor:
    Dr. Ray Lubeck
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    WED
    Time:
    12:30PM-3:20PM
    Building:
    CBCSEA
    Room:
    130
    Max Participants:
    15

    An introduction to the principles of inductive Bible study with an emphasis on general hermeneutics and the use of tools for independent Bible study. Attention is also given to various biblical genres.

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    Greek Reading & Syntax - GRK651 (SVC)

    Professor:
    Dr. John Terveen
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    8:00AM-10:50AM
    Building:
    CBCSEA
    Room:
    130
    Max Participants:
    15

    This intermediate Greek course uses the Gospel of Mark to develop reading fluency, deepen syntactical knowledge, strengthen vocabulary, and foster awareness of interpretation in the gospel genre. The final segment of the course focuses on reading and analysis of the book of Philippians. Prerequisite: GRK502/512. Fall and summer sessions.

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    Greek Reading & Syntax - GRK651 (RVC)

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

    This intermediate Greek course uses the Gospel of Mark to develop reading fluency, deepen syntactical knowledge, strengthen vocabulary, and foster awareness of interpretation in the gospel genre. The final segment of the course focuses on reading and analysis of the book of Philippians. Prerequisite: GRK502/512. Fall and summer sessions.

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    Hebrew Reading - HEB321 (RVC)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rebekah Josberger
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    11:00AM-12:15PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    211
    Max Participants:
    15

    Translation of narrative texts in the Hebrew Bible with emphasis upon vocabulary building, comprehension of noun and verb morphology, and Hebrew syntax. Prerequisite: HEB122.

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    Hebrew Reading - HEB721 (RVC)

    Professor:
    Dr. Rebekah Josberger
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    TTH
    Time:
    11:00AM-12:15PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    211
    Max Participants:
    15

    Translation of narrative texts in the Hebrew Bible (Samuel adn Psalms) with emphasis on vocabulary building, morphology and syntax, and basic exegetical skills. Prerequisite: HEB 622. Fall semester

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    Theology of Community and Ministry - PM 711 (RVC)

    Professor:
    Rev. Thomas Schiave
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    4:00PM-5:50PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    211
    Max Participants:
    15

    This course introduces students to ministry as community practice. Moving beyond the rampant individualism in our society, the aim will be to explicate and illustrate how faithful ministry is grounded and nurtured in the life of the Triune God and centered in the church. Consideration will also be given to such themes as worship, order, service, sacraments, and mission.

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    Theology of Community and Ministry - PM 711 (SVC)

    Professor:
    Rev. Thomas Schiave
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    4:00PM-5:50PM
    Building:
    CBCSEA
    Room:
    130
    Max Participants:
    15

    This course introduces students to ministry as community practice. Moving beyond the rampant individualism in our society, the aim will be to explicate and illustrate how faithful ministry is grounded and nurtured in the life of the Triune God and centered in the church. Consideration will also be given to such themes as worship, order, service, sacraments, and mission.

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    Preaching Narrative Literature - PR 735 (RVC)

    Professor:
    Dr. Gene Curtis
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    8:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    211
    Max Participants:
    15

    Development of advanced homiletical and storytelling skills. Presentation of narrative, textual, topical, hymnic, and dramatic expositional sermons from the spectrum of biblical literature with emphasis on narrative genre. Contemporary trends in preaching and audience analysis.

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    Preaching Narrative Literature - PR 735 (SVC)

    Professor:
    Dr. Gene Curtis
    Credits:
    2.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    8:00AM-9:50AM
    Building:
    CBCSEA
    Room:
    130
    Max Participants:
    15

    Development of advanced homiletical and storytelling skills. Presentation of narrative, textual, topical, hymnic, and dramatic expositional sermons from the spectrum of biblical literature with emphasis on narrative genre. Contemporary trends in preaching and audience analysis.

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    Christian Theology I - TH 507 (RVC)

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

    A survey of Christian theology covering the Scriptures, God, Christ, Holy Spirit, man, sin, and angels. Emphasizes a systematic as well as historical and biblical approach to theology.

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    Christian Theology I - TH 507 (SVC)

    Professor:
    Dr. Wayne Strickland
    Credits:
    4.00
    Day:
    TUES
    Time:
    6:00PM-9:50PM
    Building:
    CBCSEA
    Room:
    130
    Max Participants:
    15

    A survey of Christian theology covering the Scriptures, God, Christ, Holy Spirit, man, sin, and angels. Emphasizes a systematic as well as historical and biblical approach to theology.

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    Contemporary Theology & Ethics - TH 717 (RVC)

    Professor:
    Dr. Paul Metzger
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    1:00PM-3:50PM
    Building:
    Reno
    Room:
    211
    Max Participants:
    15

    Considers major theological movements of the twentieth century and current directions. Contemporary ethical systems and issues are explored. Students articulate their own ethical system.

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    Contemporary Theology & Ethics - TH 717 (SVC)

    Professor:
    Dr. Paul Metzger
    Credits:
    3.00
    Day:
    MON
    Time:
    1:00PM-3:50PM
    Building:
    CBCSEA
    Room:
    130
    Max Participants:
    15

    Considers major theological movements of the twentieth century and current directions. Contemporary ethical systems and issues are explored. Students articulate their own ethical system.