Fall 2021 Course Schedule

Traditional Day/Online/Trinity Access

Day Student – Drop/Add

Day Students only use the Drop/Add form through the first week of the semester during the Drop/Add period.

After the Drop/Add deadline, Day Students must use a Course Withdrawal Form

If a day student is taking an online 8 week course, the Drop/Add period is 5 days from the course start date. 

Fall 2021 Traditional Program Course Schedule (In-seat Day)

Advanced Greek GRE3212

Advanced Greek I GRE3212
3 Credit Hours
PREREQUISITES: GRE 1110 Elementary Greek I and GRE 2111 Elementary Greek II. This course engages in the Translation and analysis of selected passages in the Greek New Testament. Includes continuing grammatical investigation, vocabulary acquisition, and development of syntactical analysis.

Professor: Parsons, S.
Day/Times: T/TH 9:25 -10:40 AM
Room A205 (W.T. Watson Bld. 2nd floor)
Course Dates: August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Applied Voice MVVXXXX

MVV1870 Applied Voice
1 Credit Hour
Private study of specialized vocal techniques, skills, repertoire, and rehearsal techniques. Audition and placement are required. (A special fee applies.)
Professor Denham, C.
Tuesdays
Munce Hall
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Apologetics THEO4311

THEO 4311 Apologetics
3 Credit Hours
This course studies the science of Christian Evidences, examining the reasonableness of our faith and the corroboration of findings from science, history, and philosophy. It contrasts the biblical concept with various alternative positions and considers major problem areas, such as authority, miracles, evil, and evolution. It sets a basis for a Christian apologetic which is theologically and historically sound.
Professor Woodward, T.
T/Th 1:00 – 2:15 PM
Room A112 (1st Floor W.T. Watson Bld.)
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Biblical Living BIBL1101

Basics of Biblical Living BIBL 1101 (only for incoming Traditional students)
3 Credit Hours
This introductory course provides students with an in-depth look at the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the Christian disciplines that help us grow in our faith. There is an examination of who Jesus is and what Jesus did and how that relates to godly living. Then there is a hands-on practical approach to engaging the various Christian disciplines.
Professor Allotta, J.
T/TH 8:00 – 9:15 AM
Room A112 (1st Floor W.T. Watson Bld.)
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Church Planting and Development MISS2303

MISS 2303 Church Planting and Development
3 Credit Hours
This course surveys the movement in our day with materials, programs, and techniques of church growth. It shows the causes of church growth, impact of social change, demographics, and political movements. A strategy for world evangelization, along with incorporating the principles of rapid church growth, is developed.
Professor Best, S.
T/TH 1:00 – 2:15 PM
Room A103 (1st Floor W.T. Watson Bld.)
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Cognitive Psychology EXP3604

EXP 3604 Cognitive Psychology*
3 Credit Hours
This course concentrates on topics important to human cognition. We focus on how people acquire, process, and store information. We also examine human cognition factors such as memory, attention, problem-solving, reasoning, and decision making.
Professor Rewald, L.
T/TH 8:00 – 9:15 AM
Room A103 (1st Floor W.T. Watson Bld.)
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

College and Career Success SLS1501

SLS 1501 College and Career Success
3 Credit Hours
This course provides students with essential study skills necessary to succeed at the collegiate level. Students will study topics such as learning styles, time management, reading comprehension, note-taking techniques, and test-taking skills.
Professor Mallo, K.
T/TH 9:25 – 10:40 AM
Library Lobby (1st Floor Raymond H. Center Library Bld.)
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Counseling Non-Traditional Families COUN3314

COUN 3314 Counseling Nontraditional Families
3 Credit Hours
PREREQUISITE: COUN 2301 Introduction to Counseling. This course will survey the unique challenges of nontraditional families including single, step/blended, foster, and adoptive families. Various counseling approaches will be explored along with strategies for accessing support services available in the church and community.
Professor Wood, G.
M/W 9:25 – 10:40 AM
Room A103 (1st floor W.T. Watson Bld.)
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Crisis Counseling COUN2302

COUN 2302 Crisis Counseling
3 Credit Hours
PREREQUISITE: COUN 2301 Introduction to Counseling. This course examines specific strategies for counseling various crisis situations including grief, terminal illness, abuse, unemployment, and addictions from a Christian as well as a clinical perspective. Strategies will be explained and rehearsed for recognizing symptoms of abuse and/or addiction and intervening when necessary.
Professor Rewald, L.
M/W 8:00 – 9:15 AM
Room A205 (2nd floor W.T. Watson Bld.)

Educational Psychology EDP2002

EDP 2002 Educational Psychology*
3 Credit Hours
This course focuses on the psychological bases of educational theory and practice, and includes studies of the developmental characteristics of children, principles of learning as applied to the classroom, and the nature and significance of individual differences.
Professor Rewald, L.
M/W 9:25 – 10:40 AM
Room A113 (1st floor W.T. Watson Bld.)
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Evangelism and Discipleship GNMN1302

GNMN 1302 Evangelism and Discipleship
3 Credit Hours
This course introduces students to various methods of sharing their faith at the personal level. Special needs of various groups will be assessed. Programs, materials, and activities commonly used will be examined. Attention is also given to the Biblical basis for and principles of discipleship. Discipleship literature, problem areas and their solutions are examined. The course will include participation in real life evangelistic and discipleship experiences.
Professor Allotta, J.
M/W 8:00 – 9:15 AM
Room A112 (1st floor W.T. Watson Bld.)
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Freshman Composition I ENC1101

ENC 1101 Freshman Composition I
3 Credit Hours
This course is an exercise in critical reading and thinking and effective strategies of persuasion. It is also a study of paragraph and composition structure, focusing on expository and persuasive writing as well as the “rhetorical modes” with their use individually and cooperatively, and on research and proper documentation requirements at the college level.
Professor Mallo, K.
M/W 9:25 – 10:40 AM
Library Lobby (1st Floor Raymond H. Center Library Bld.)
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Gospel of John BIBL3311

BIBL 3311 Gospel of John
3 Credit Hours
PREREQUISITE: BIBL 2331 Hermeneutics. A study of the fourth gospel, this course focuses on the prologue and the unique features of this book’s presentation of Christ’s message, ministry, and passion. It uses John as a model for inductive study.
Professor Miller, D.
M/W 1:00 – 2:15 PM
Room A205 (2nd floor W.T. Watson Bld.)
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Hebrews BIBL4312

BIBL 4312 Hebrews
3 Credit Hours
PREREQUISITE: BIBL 2331 Hermeneutics. This course is an exegesis of the book of Hebrews stressing the superiority of Christ’s person and work over the agents of the Old Covenant. Special attention is given to the quality of faith which pleases God and the need for perseverance of the believers.
Professor Parsons, S.
M/W 8:00 – 9:15 AM
Room A103 (1st floor W.T. Watson Bld.)
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Hermeneutics BIBL2331

BIBL 2331 Hermeneutics
3 Credit Hours
This course is designed to study principles and procedures for interpreting Scriptures, as well as, for the provision of an inductive approach toward Bible study. It emphasizes the grammatical, historical, and cultural method of interpretation with guidelines which are applicable to any book of the Bible.
Professor Parsons, S.
M/W 1:00 – 2:15 PM
Room Library Lobby (1st floor Raymond H. Center Library Bld.)
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Images of Christ: The History and Christology of Religious Art and Film WORS3322

WORS 3322 Images of Christ: The History and Christology of Religious Art and Film
3 Credit Hours
From Giotto to Gibson, from “Superstar” to “South Park”, depictions of Jesus Christ in all forms of media both reflect and shape our modern and post-modern culture–sometimes positively and sometimes horribly. This course reviews the history of religious imagery and the church’s varied interpretations of the Second Commandment. Special emphasis is also placed on the Christological implications of particular works of art and film and the Christian’s responsibility in constructing a theology of imagery.
Professor Kaloger, L.
T/TH 1:00 – 2:15 PM
Room A205 (2nd floor W.T. Watson Bld.)
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Introduction to Counseling COUN2301

COUN 2301 Introduction to Counseling
3 Credit Hours
This course is an introduction to the field of Christian counseling, comparing secular and Christian models for understanding people, problem development, and intervention strategies. Must be taken the first semester it is offered after entering the counseling program.
Professor Rewald, L.
M/W 1:00 – 2:15 PM
Room A113 (1st floor W.T. Watson Bld.)
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Introduction to Elementary Education EDE1001

EDE 1001 Introduction to Elementary Education
3 Credit Hours
This course introduces beginning education students to teaching and attempts to present a realistic look at the real world of students, teachers, classrooms, and schools. It is an overview of the history, issues, and challenges which teachers face in their professional lives.
Professor Chauncey, M.
M/W 1:00 – 2:15 PM
Room A206 (2nd floor W.T. Watson Bld.)
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Introduction to Organizational Leadership LDR1362

LDR 1362 Introduction to Organizational Leadership
3 Credit Hours
This course examines the nature of leadership, the development of teams and group dynamics, basic understanding of organizational culture and climate, and the overarching preparatory aspects leaders need to be effective in an ever changing organizational environment. Students will gain strategies for processing and sharing information through classroom dialogues, interactive projects, and practical research of current organizational trends and psychological challenges.
Professor Perkins, C.
M/W 1:00 – 2:15 PM
Room A112 (1st floor W.T. Watson Bld.)
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Introduction to Philosophy PHI1010

PHI 1010 Introduction to Philosophy
3 Credit Hours
This introductory survey of perennial issues in human existence provides a rich evaluation of meaning. A critical examination is conducted of the fundamental assumptions, terminology, and schools of thought addressing the issues in metaphysics, logic, epistemology and axiology (ethics and aesthetics). Discussion, as well as lecture, will focus on both classical and contemporary readings, such as Plato, Aristotle, Augustine, Aquinas, Descartes, Locke, Berkeley, Hume, Kant, Nietzsche, Wittgentein, and Sartre.
Professor Abell, A.
T/TH 2:25 – 3:40 PM
Room A112 (1st floor W.T. Watson Bld.)
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Introduction to Public Speaking SPC1608

SPC 1608 Introduction to Public Speaking
3 Credit Hours
Students are introduced to the basic principles of communication in public speech. The course analyzes the speaker-audience relationship as a basis for effective communication. Oral presentations are designed for practice in speech organization, speaker-listener relations, voice, articulation, and body movement. Speech communication also introduces the student to Bible message preparation and delivery.
Professors Cox, D./Stamper, K.
T/TH 8:00 – 9:15 AM
Room A113 (1st floor W.T. Watson Bld.)
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Leadership in Nonprofits LDR 3341

LDR 3341 Leadership in Nonprofits
3 Credit Hours
This course examines fundamental principles and practices for nonprofit organizations. An introduction to management and leadership in the nonprofit sector, history, philosophy, ethics, and the organizations of nonprofit agencies. Concepts will include volunteerism, board selection, fundraising, role of the foundation, administration, and public relations.
Professor Boyce, C.
T/TH 9:25 – 10:40 AM
Room A112 (1st floor W.T. Watson Bld.)
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Life and Revelation of Christ BIBL2301

BIBL 2301 Life and Revelation of Christ
3 Credit Hours
This course comprehensively studies the life of Christ as seen in the Gospels. An emphasis of the theme of each Gospel is considered, as well as, a synoptic and chronological view of the life of Jesus, with an interpretation of key events and main discourses.
Professor Woodward, T.
T/TH 2:25 – 3:40 PM
Room Library Lobby (1st floor Raymond H. Center Library Bld.)
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Managing Ethics in Organizations LDR3202

LDR 3202 Managing Ethics in Organizations
3 Credit Hours
This course applies biblical principles to business practices in order to provide a clear and reasonably comprehensive discussion of ethical choices available in organizations. This course expands biblical ethics to focus on challenging situations a manager will face in a secular or religious environment. Specific case studies will be used to validate so the student can make choices based upon biblical principles. Areas of discussion will focus on finances, marketing, dealings with employees and customers, and the community-at-large.
Professor Perkins, C.
M/W 9:25 – 10:40 AM
Room: A205
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Mathematics for Liberal Arts II MGF1107

MGF 1107 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts II*
3 Credit Hours
The intent of the course is to present topics demonstrating the beauty and utility of mathematics to the general student population and to provide knowledge and skills useful for college, life, and career. The course will include topics related to patterns and reasoning, growth and symmetry, linear and exponential growth, and personal finance. Mathematical connections with music, art, architecture, and nature will be explored. History of mathematics, critical thinking skills, problem solving strategies, and appropriate use of technology will be used throughout the course.
Professor Lee, J.
M/W 3:50 – 5:05 PM
Room A113
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Methods of Teaching Mathematics EDE2311

EDE 2311 Methods of Teaching Mathematics
3 Credit Hours
This course provides methods and techniques in the instruction of basic mathematical competency, with an emphasis on problem solving. The use of manipulative material is emphasized in conceptual teaching.
Professor Chauncey, M.
T/TH 8:00 – 9:15 AM
Room A206
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Methods of Teaching Music and Physical Education EDE3223

EDE 3223 Methods of Teaching Music and Physical Education
3 Credit Hours
This course is designed to help the classroom teacher effectively integrate music and physical education activities into their units and lesson plans. Students will learn to appreciate the importance of music and physical education as memorable teaching tools. An emphasis will be made on accumulating resources for future use in the classroom.
Professor Chauncey, M.
T/TH 9:25 – 10:40 AM
Room A206
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Methods of Teaching Reading EDE3318

EDE 3318 Methods of Teaching Reading
3 Credit Hours
This course provides various techniques and methods of reading instruction for word recognition, and literal, interpretive, and critical comprehension skills. Strategies are presented for language
development.
Professor Chauncey, M.
M/W 8:00 – 9:15 AM
Room A206
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Old Testament Law and History BIBL1311

BIBL 1311 Old Testament Law and History
3 Credit Hours
This course surveys the content, structure, events, and theological themes of the Pentateuch and the historical books of the Old Testament (the first 17 books) in light of their ancient Near Eastern setting.
Professor Parsons, S.
T/TH 8:00 – 9:15 AM
Room Library Lobby
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Piano MVKXXXX

MVK 1011 Piano
1 Credit Hour
Private study of specialized piano techniques, skills, repertoire, and rehearsal techniques. Audition and placement are required.
(A special fee applies).
Professor Denham, C.
Tuesdays Ruth Munce Hall

Practical Worship Skills WORSXXXX

Practical Worship Skills WORSXXXX
Professor Depoutot, A.

Readings in Christian Thought/Theology II (Modern Period) THEO3412

THEO 3412 Readings in Christian Thought and Theology II – Modern Period
3 Credit Hours
This course, based on the shared inquiry method, focuses on the classic writings of Christian thought from the time of the Protestant Reformation to the present day. Potential selections will be from such authors as Calvin, Luther, Kierkegaard, Pascal, Jonathan Edwards, Brother Lawrence, Karl Barth, C.S. Lewis, John Piper, and G.K. Chesterton.
Professor Woodward, T.
T/TH 8:00 – 9:15 AM
Room A205
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Research Methods I PSY3213

PSY 3213 Research Methods I
3 Credit Hours
PREREQUISITE: STA 2026 Statistics This course introduces research design in psychology and the social sciences including both quantitative and qualitative research methods. Topics include ethics in research, statistics applied to the behavioral sciences, and the use of electronic statistical packages such as SPSS.
Professor Rewald, L.
T/TH 9:25 – 10:40 AM
Room A113
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Resource Allocations in Org. LDR4334

LDR 4334 Resource Allocations in Organizations
3 Credit Hours
This course examines the necessity for leaders in organizations to address planning and resource allocation in organizations. This course emphasizes the process and strategy involved in an organization deciding how to make effective and efficient decisions with their scarce resources.
Professor Perkins, C.
Mondays 2:25 – 5:05 PM
Room A205
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Strategic H.R. in Organizations MNGT3333

LDR 3333/MNGT 3333 Strategic Human Resources in Organizations
3 Credit Hours
This course examines the fundamental nature and strategies associated with Human Resources. Students will study the traditional and modern principles of human resources in for-profit and non-profit contexts. Students will use many of the tools of successful human resource management principles in various exercises.
Professor Whitman, M.
T/TH 2:25 – 3:40 PM
Room A103
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Systematic Theology I THEO3301

THEO 3301 Systematic Theology I: Prolegomena, Bibliology, and Theology Proper
3 Credit Hours
The field of theology is introduced to the beginning student, and the major divisions of theology are explained in order to prepare students for the theological enterprise. Attention then turns to the
doctrines of the Bible and the attributes of God.
Professor Bargerhuff, E.
T/TH 1:00 – 2:15 PM
Room A113
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Systematic Theology III THEO4321

THEO 4321 Systematic Theology III: Anthropology, Hamartiology, and Soteriology
3 Credit Hours
PREREQUISITE: THEO 3301 Systematic Theology I or its equivalent. The study of theology is continued with an examination of God’s created order as seen in human beings (Anthropology). The nature
and consequences of sin are also examined (Hamartiology). The focus then shifts to God’s redemptive program for humanity in the doctrine of salvation (Soteriology).
Professor Bargerhuff, E.
T/TH 2:25 – 3:40 PM
Room A113
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Fall 2021 Traditional Program Course Schedule (ONLINE)

American Government HIST2342-ONLN (ONLINE)

American Government HIST2342-ONLN
3 Credit Hours
An overview of the functions, problems, and development of American government is conducted. Emphasis will be placed on the foundation of American Government and its specific form by examining the constitutional framework, the significance of federalism, institutional structures, issues, public policy, and popular participation.
Professor Lashbrook, M.
Online
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Apologetics THEO4311-ONLN (ONLINE)

THEO 4311 Apologetics
3 Credit Hours
This course studies the science of Christian Evidences, examining the reasonableness of our faith and the corroboration of findings from science, history, and philosophy. It contrasts the biblical concept with various alternative positions and considers major problem areas, such as authority, miracles, evil, and evolution. It sets a basis for a Christian apologetic which is theologically and historically sound.
Professor Woodward, T.
Online
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Biblical Living BIBL1101-ONLN (ONLINE)

Basics of Biblical Living BIBL 1101-ONLN (only for incoming Traditional students)
3 Credit Hours
This introductory course provides students with an in-depth look at the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the Christian disciplines that help us grow in our faith. There is an examination of who Jesus is and what Jesus did and how that relates to godly living. Then there is a hands-on practical approach to engaging the various Christian disciplines.
Professor Allotta, J.
Online
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Cognitive Psychology EXP3604-ONLN (ONLINE)

EXP 3604-ONLN Cognitive Psychology (ONLINE)
3 Credit Hours
This course concentrates on topics important to human cognition. We focus on how people acquire, process, and store information. We also examine human cognition factors such as memory, attention, problem-solving, reasoning, and decision making.
Professor Rewald, L.
Online
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

College and Career Success SLS1501-ONLN (ONLINE)

SLS 1501-ONLN College and Career Success* (ONLINE)
3 Credit Hours
This course provides students with essential study skills necessary to succeed at the collegiate level. Students will study topics such as learning styles, time management, reading comprehension, note-taking techniques, and test-taking skills.
Professor Mallo, K.
Online
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Counseling Non-Traditional Families COUN3314-ONLN (ONLINE)

COUN 3314-ONLN Counseling Nontraditional Families (ONLINE)
3 Credit Hours
PREREQUISITE: COUN 2301 Introduction to Counseling. This course will survey the unique challenges of nontraditional families including single, step/blended, foster, and adoptive families. Various counseling approaches will be explored along with strategies for accessing support services available in the church and community.
Professor Wood, G.
Online
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Crisis Counseling COUN2302-ONLN (ONLINE)

Crisis Counseling COUN2302-ONLN (ONLINE)
3 Credit Hours
PREREQUISITE: COUN 2301 Introduction to Counseling. This course examines specific strategies for counseling various crisis situations including grief, terminal illness, abuse, unemployment, and addictions from a Christian as well as a clinical perspective. Strategies will be explained and rehearsed for recognizing symptoms of abuse and/or addiction and intervening when necessary.
Professor Rewald, L.
Online
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Evangelism and Discipleship GNMN1302-ONLN (ONLINE)

GNMN 1302 Evangelism and Discipleship-ONLN (ONLINE)
3 Credit Hours
This course introduces students to various methods of sharing their faith at the personal level. Special needs of various groups will be assessed. Programs, materials, and activities commonly used will be examined. Attention is also given to the Biblical basis for and principles of discipleship. Discipleship literature, problem areas and their solutions are examined. The course will include participation in real life evangelistic and discipleship experiences.
PREREQUISITE: COUN 2301 Introduction to Counseling. This course examines specific strategies for counseling various crisis situations including grief, terminal illness, abuse, unemployment, and addictions from a Christian as well as a clinical perspective. Strategies will be explained and rehearsed for recognizing symptoms of abuse and/or addiction and intervening when necessary.
Professor Rewald, L.
Online
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Freshman Composition I ENC1101-ONLN (ONLINE)

ENC 1101-ONLN Freshman Composition I
3 Credit Hours
This course is an exercise in critical reading and thinking and effective strategies of persuasion. It is also a study of paragraph and composition structure, focusing on expository and persuasive writing as well as the “rhetorical modes” with their use individually and cooperatively, and on research and proper documentation requirements at the college level.
Professor Mallo, K.
Online
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Freshman Composition II ENC1102-ONLN (ONLINE)

ENC 1102 Freshman Composition II
3 Credit Hours
PREREQUISITE: ENC 1101 Freshman Composition I or its equivalent This course further develops skills in the planning, organization, and writing of essays of various modes. Focus will be placed on advanced writing and comprehensive skills including conducting research, writing research papers and articles, and mastering the different forms and styles of research paper writing. This course is designed to help the student possess advanced college level skills in writing and comprehension.
Professor Mallo, K.
Online
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Hermeneutics BIBL 2331-ONLN (ONLINE)

Hermeneutics BIBL 2331-ONLN (ONLINE)
3 Credit Hours
This course is designed to study principles and procedures for interpreting Scriptures, as well as, for the provision of an inductive approach toward Bible study. It emphasizes the grammatical, historical, and cultural method of interpretation with guidelines which are applicable to any book of the Bible.
Professor Parsons, S.
Online
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Introduction to Counseling COUN 2301-ONLN (ONLINE)

Introduction to Counseling COUN 2301-ONLN (ONLINE)
3 Credit Hours
This course is an introduction to the field of Christian counseling, comparing secular and Christian models for understanding people, problem development, and intervention strategies. Must be taken the first semester it is offered after entering the counseling program.
Professor Rewald, L.
Online
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Introduction to Organizational Leadership LDR1362-ONLN (ONLINE)

LDR 1362 Introduction to Organizational Leadership ONLN
3 Credit Hours
This course examines the nature of leadership, the development of teams and group dynamics, basic understanding of organizational culture and climate, and the overarching preparatory aspects leaders need to be effective in an ever changing organizational environment. Students will gain strategies for processing and sharing information through classroom dialogues, interactive projects, and practical research of current organizational trends and psychological challenges.
Professor Perkins, C.
Online
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Introduction to Philosophy PHI1010-ONLN (ONLINE)

PHI 1010 Introduction to Philosophy
3 Credit Hours
This introductory survey of perennial issues in human existence provides a rich evaluation of meaning. A critical examination is conducted of the fundamental assumptions, terminology, and schools of thought addressing the issues in metaphysics, logic, epistemology and axiology (ethics and aesthetics). Discussion, as well as lecture, will focus on both classical and contemporary readings, such as Plato, Aristotle, Augustine, Aquinas, Descartes, Locke, Berkeley, Hume, Kant, Nietzsche, Wittgentein, and Sartre.
Professor Abell, A.
Online
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Introduction to Preaching PAST3301-ONLN (ONLINE)

PAST 3301 Introduction to Preaching
3 Credit Hours
PREREQUISITE: BIBL 2331 Hermeneutics. Students are taught the art of textual analysis and sermon preparation, including background studies, speakers’s file, objective evaluation of audience, outline techniques, and a variety of types of messages varying in development, purpose, and presentation.
Professor Allotta, J.
Online
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Introduction to Public Speaking SPC 1608-ONLN (ONLINE)

SPC 1608 Introduction to Public Speaking
3 Credit Hours
Students are introduced to the basic principles of communication in public speech. The course analyzes the speaker-audience relationship as a basis for effective communication. Oral presentations are designed for practice in speech organization, speaker-listener relations, voice, articulation, and body movement. Speech communication also introduces the student to Bible message preparation and delivery.
Professors Cox, D./Stamper, K.
Online
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Leadership in Nonprofits LDR 3341-ONLN (ONLINE)

LDR 3341-ONLN Leadership in Nonprofits
3 Credit Hours
This course examines fundamental principles and practices for nonprofit organizations. An introduction to management and leadership in the nonprofit sector, history, philosophy, ethics, and the organizations of nonprofit agencies. Concepts will include volunteerism, board selection, fundraising, role of the foundation, administration, and public relations.
Professor Boyce, C.
Online
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Life and Revelation of Christ BIBL 2301-ONLN (ONLINE)

BIBL 2301-ONLN Life and Revelation of Christ
3 Credit Hours
This course comprehensively studies the life of Christ as seen in the Gospels. An emphasis of the theme of each Gospel is considered, as well as, a synoptic and chronological view of the life of Jesus, with an interpretation of key events and main discourses.
Professor Woodward, T.
Online
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Literature for Adolescents LIT3333-ONLN (ONLINE)

LIT 3333 Literature for Adolescents
3 Credit Hours
PREREQUISITE: ENC 1102 Freshman Composition II or its equivalent This course examines literature for adolescents from social, psychological, educational, and other points of view. This course fulfills general studies, general education, and literature elective requirements at Trinity College of Florida.
Professor Mallo, K.
Online
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Managing Ethics in Organizations LDR3202 (ONLINE)

LDR 3202 Managing Ethics in Organizations
3 Credit Hours

This course applies biblical principles to business practices in order to provide a clear and reasonably comprehensive discussion of ethical choices available in organizations. This course expands biblical ethics to focus on challenging situations a manager will face in a secular or religious environment. Specific case studies will be used to validate so the student can make choices based upon biblical principles. Areas of discussion will focus on finances, marketing, dealings with employees and customers, and the community-at-large.

Professor Perkins, C.
Online
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Old Testament Law and History BIBL1311-ONLN (ONLINE)

BIBL 1311 Old Testament Law and History
3 Credit Hours
This course surveys the content, structure, events, and theological themes of the Pentateuch and the historical books of the Old Testament (the first 17 books) in light of their ancient Near Eastern setting.
Professor Parsons, S.
Online
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Resource Allocations in Org. LDR4334-ONLN (ONLINE)

LDR 4334 Resource Allocations in Organizations
3 Credit Hours
This course examines the necessity for leaders in organizations to address planning and resource allocation in organizations. This course emphasizes the process and strategy involved in an organization deciding how to make effective and efficient decisions with their scarce resources.
Professor Perkins, C.
Online
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Strategic H.R. in Organizations MNGT3333-ONLN (ONLINE)

LDR 3333/MNGT 3333 Strategic Human Resources in Organizations
3 Credit Hours
This course examines the fundamental nature and strategies associated with Human Resources. Students will study the traditional and modern principles of human resources in for-profit and non-profit contexts. Students will use many of the tools of successful human resource management principles in various exercises.
Professor Whitman, M.
Online
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Study of Great Leaders LDR4540-ONLN (ONLINE)

Study of Great Leaders LDR4540-ONLN
3 Credit Hours
This course examines cogent leaders, which includes both historical and contemporary. The purpose of this course is to gain insight into the leadership behaviors used by significant leaders during times of crisis and great success. This course will allow the student to engage in many different genre of texts. The students will read and learn about leaders ranging from Ghandi to Winston Churchill, and from George Washington to Bill Gates.
Professor Lugo, O.
Online
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Systematic Theology I THEO3301-ONLN (ONLINE)

THEO 3301 Systematic Theology I: Prolegomena, Bibliology, and Theology Proper
3 Credit Hours
The field of theology is introduced to the beginning student, and the major divisions of theology are explained in order to prepare students for the theological enterprise. Attention then turns to the
doctrines of the Bible and the attributes of God.
Professor Bargerhuff, E.
Online
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Systematic Theology III THEO4321-ONLN (ONLINE)

THEO 4321 Systematic Theology III: Anthropology, Hamartiology, and Soteriology
3 Credit Hours
PREREQUISITE: THEO 3301 Systematic Theology I or its equivalent. The study of theology is continued with an examination of God’s created order as seen in human beings (Anthropology). The nature
and consequences of sin are also examined (Hamartiology). The focus then shifts to God’s redemptive program for humanity in the doctrine of salvation (Soteriology).
Professor Miller, D.
Online
August 16, 2021 – December 10, 2021

Fall 2021 Trinity Access Program Course Schedule

Evangelism and Discipleship GNMN1302.111- ONLN (TRINITY ACCESS)

GNMN 1302-111-ONLN Evangelism and Discipleship
3 Credit Hours
This course introduces students to various methods of sharing their faith at the personal level. Special needs of various groups will be assessed. Programs, materials, and activities commonly used will be examined. Attention is also given to the Biblical basis for and principles of discipleship. Discipleship literature, problem areas and their solutions are examined. The course will include participation in real life evangelistic and discipleship experiences.
Professor Best, S.
Online
October 11 – December 10, 2021

Freshman Composition I ENC1101-111- (TRINITY ACCESS)

Freshman Composition I ENC1101.112
3 Credit Hours
This course is an exercise in critical reading and thinking and effective strategies of persuasion. It is also a study of paragraph and composition structure, focusing on expository and persuasive writing as well as the “rhetorical modes” with their use individually and cooperatively, and on research and proper documentation requirements at the college level.
Professor Mallo, K.
Thursdays 6:00 – 10:00 PM
October 11 – December 10, 2021

Introduction to Humanities HUM1020-ONLN (TRINITY ACCESS)

Introduction to Humanities HUM 1020 (TRINITY ACCESS)
3 Credit Hours
A historical study of the fundamental nature of philosophy, religion, music, art, architecture, and drama. The emphasis is on creative talents as God’s gift, enabling people to praise God through all aesthetic channels.
Professor Abell, A.
Online
October 11 – December 10, 2021

Modern American Literature AML2052-ONLN (TRINITY ACCESS)

AML 2052 Modern American Literature (ONLINE)
3 Credit Hours
PREREQUISITE: ENC 1102 Freshman Composition II or its equivalent. A study of the poetry, short fiction, novels, and drama of such writers as Eliot, Fitzgerald, Pound, Hemingway, Miller, Faulkner, Hughes, Cullen, Stein, and others.
Professor Mallo, K.
Online
August 16, 2021 – October 8, 2021

Thinking Like Jesus: Foundations for Biblical Worldview BIBL3233 (TRINITY ACCESS)

BIBL 3233 Thinking Like Jesus: Foundations for Biblical Worldview
3 Credit Hours
This course is designed to help students understand the meaning of world view, and its importance in the life of a Christian. The world views of modern culture will be examined and evaluated in light of biblical truth. Students will understand the foundations of a biblical world view by studying appropriate passages of Scripture, especially those that relate to the life and teachings of Jesus.
Professor Miller, D.
Thursdays 6:00 – 10 PM
Room A112
October 11, 2021 – December 10, 2021

US History to 1865 AMH1010 (TRINITY ACCESS)

AMH 1010 United States History to 1865
3 Credit Hours
The study of United States history to 1865 emphasizing the European background, the Revolution, the Articles of the Confederation, the Constitution, the problems of the new republic, sectionalism, manifest destiny, slavery, and the Civil War.
Professor Lashbrook, M.
Thursday 6:00 – 10 PM
Room A112
August 16, 2021 – October 8, 2021

Fall 2021 Traditional Program Chapel/Internships/Christian Service/Disclaimer

Chapel CHAPXXXX (Required)

Chapel CHAPXXXX

Chapel and Small Group participation is mandatory for all full time (12 credits or more per semester) day students.

Professor: Depoutot, A.

Chapel: Monday/Thursday 10:50 – 12:05PM (2nd floor Chapel Raymond H. Center Library Bld.)
Small Groups: Tuesday/Wednesday 10:50 – 12:05 PM (see Room assignments)

Business Organizational Leadership Internship BSOL4081/4082

Business Organizational Leadership Internship BSOL4081/4082

Professor: Perkins, C.

Credits O

Christian Service CSVCXXXX

Christian Service CSVCXXXX

Professor: Depoutot, A.

Counseling Internship COUNXXXX

Counseling Internship COUNXXXX

Rewald, L.

Field Experience Internships ELED3091

Field Experience Internships ELED3091

Professor: Chauncey, M.

Ministry Internship GNMN3011/4011

Ministry Internship GNMN3011/4011
Professor Allotta, J.

Psychology Internship PSYC4081/4082

Psychology Internship PSYC4081/4082
Rewald, L.

Student Teaching Program ELED4092

ELED 4092 Student Teaching Program
12 Credit Hours
This course is open only to students who have senior standing, are fully qualified as prospective graduates, and have completed the required courses. Students may choose to be placed for their internship in Christian schools, public schools, charter schools. or overseas mission schools (for those students who are interested in being missionary teachers and meet the requirements). Placement of student teachers in schools is facilitated by the Elementary Education Program Director, and students are not to pursue arrangements on their own with teachers or school administrators. The Student Teaching Internship experience must take place within an approved school and classroom grade level setting as identified and confirmed by the Program Director. Student teachers must  observe and be mentored under the direct daily guidance of an experienced supervising teacher.

Professor Chauncey, M.

DISCLAIMER

Please note: Schedule and courses are subject to change. (Classes with fewer than 7 students may be cancelled 3 weeks prior to the course.)