Fall 2021 Quest Course Schedule

Semester Dates: August 16 – February 11, 2022

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INTERNSHIPS: AUGUST 16, 2021 – FEBRUARY 11, 2022 (FOR GRADUATING SENIORS)

GNMN4401Q Christian Ministry Internship

GNMN 4401 Christian Ministry Internship
3 Credit Hours
This course requires the student to be involved in Christian ministry under the supervision of a current Christian ministry worker and the department chairperson. An internship contract specifies the activities engaged in, and the standards used in, evaluating the success of the experience.

Department Chairperson: Allotta, J.

Contact Registrar for Internship Registration Form (Register no later than August 16, 2021)

CPSY4401Q Counseling Psychology Internship

CPSY 4401 Counseling Psychology Internship
3 Credit Hours
This course requires 128 contact hours of counseling activity under the supervision of an on-site counselor and the department chairperson. An internship contract specifies the activities engaged in and the standards used in evaluating the success of the experience.

Department Chairperson: Rewald, L.

Contact Registrar for Internship Registration Form (Register no later than August 16, 2021)

LDR4104Q Concepts and Theories of Managerial Leadership (Capstone Course)

LDR 4104 Concepts and Theories of Managerial Leadership
3 Credit Hours
This course is for senior research and is a capstone course. It emphasizes how leaders position and guide their organizations using vision and strategy to help them meet internal and external demands for
continuous improvement. This course provides the student ample opportunity to assess their own leadership ability and skills while learning their strengths and weaknesses and other practical and theoretical ways to apply leadership principles.

Department Chairperson: Perkins, C.

Contact Registrar for Internship Registration Form (Register no later than August 16, 2021)

FALL A: AUGUST 16 – SEPTEMBER 17, 2021

COUN2301Q Introduction to Counseling

COUN 2301Q 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.

Room: A112 (First floor, W. T. Watson Bld.)

Day: Mondays, 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Date of first class:  Aug. 16

Date of last class: Sept. 13

COUN2301-ONLN Introduction to Counseling (ONLINE)

COUN 2301-ONLN 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.

Location: ONLINE

Date of first class:  Aug. 16

Date of last class: Sept. 17

LDR1362Q Introduction to Organizational Leadership

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 over arching preparatory aspects
leaders need to be effective in an every 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.

Room: A205 (2nd floor, W. T. Watson Bld.)

Day: Monday, 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Date of first class:  Aug. 16

Date of last class: Sept. 13

LDR1362-ONLN Introduction to Organizational Leadership (ONLINE)

LDR 1362-ONLN 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 over arching preparatory aspects
leaders need to be effective in an every 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.

Location: Online

Date of first class:  Aug. 16

Date of last class: Sept. 17

LDR3363-ONLN Team Dynamics and Leading Diverse Groups (ONLINE)

LDR3363-ONLN Team Dynamics & Leading Diverse Groups
3 Credit Hours
This course examines the application of leadership theory in groups and team dynamics. This course will also examine the factors that influence group membership and how the structure and development of groups progress over time. Social identity, intragroup dynamics, perceptions, in group/outgroup membership, attitudes, judgments, and performance will also be discussed within the framework of situational factors and emerging technologies and how they influence both intra- and intergroup behaviors.

Professor: Perkins, C.

Location: Online

Date of first class:  Aug. 16

Date of last class: Sept. 17

SYG1431Q Marriage and Family Communication

SYG 1431 Marriage and Family Communication
3 Credit Hours
This course surveys the social aspects of courtship, marriage, and parenting across the life cycle. Additional topics include divorce, sexuality, and family communication. Consideration will be given to activities that strengthen marriage and family with implications for church ministry.

Professor: Cox, D.

Room: A113 (First floor, W. T. Watson Bld.)

Day: Monday, 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Date of first class:  Aug. 16

Date of last class: Sept. 13

SYG1431-ONLN Marriage and Family Communication (ONLINE)

SYG 1431-ONLN Marriage and Family Communication
3 Credit Hours
This course surveys the social aspects of courtship, marriage, and parenting across the life cycle. Additional topics include divorce, sexuality, and family communication. Consideration will be given to activities that strengthen marriage and family with implications for church ministry.

Professor: Cox, D.

Location: Online

Date of first class:  Aug. 16

Date of last class: Sept. 17

FALL B: SEPTEMBER 27 – OCTOBER 29, 2021

GNMN3312Q Christian Perspectives and Learning Skills

B GNMN3312Q Christian Perspectives & Learning Skills

Professor: Allotta, J.

Room: A112 (First floor, W. T. Watson Bld.)

Day: Monday, 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Date of first class: Sept. 27

Date of last class: Oct. 25

GNMN3312-ONLN Christian Perspectives and Learning Skills (ONLINE)

GNMN3312-ONLN Christian Perspectives & Learning Skills

Professor: Allotta, J.

Location: Online

Date of first class: Sept. 27

Date of last class: Oct. 29

EXP3604Q Cognitive Psychology

EXP 3604q 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.

Location: A205 (2nd floor, W. T. Watson Bld.)

Day: Monday, 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Date of first class: Sept. 27

Date of last class: Oct. 25

EXP3604-ONLN Cognitive Psychology (ONLINE)

EXP 3604-ONLN 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.

Location: Online

Date of first class: Sept. 27

Date of last class: Oct. 29

LDR3341Q Leadership in Non-profits

LDR 3341Q 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: Perkins, C.

Location: A103 (First floor, W. T. Watson Bld.)

Day: Monday, 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Date of first class: Sept. 27

Date of last class: Oct. 25

LDR3341-ONLN Leadership in Non-profits (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: Perkins, C.

Location: Online

Date of first class: Sept. 27

Date of last class: Oct. 29

MISS3303Q World Missions and Religions

MISS 1301Q World Missions and Religions
3 Credit Hours
This course provides an introductory survey of world missions, including the Biblical and theological basis for missions, a review of the history of missions, various strategies for missions, and current issues in
missions. A brief review of the history, beliefs, and practices of leading contemporary world religions is also included. The emphasis of the course is on how to promote world missions within the local church,
as well as on how world Christians should discern God’s guidance regarding sending or going.

Professor: Best, S.

Location: A113 (First floor, W. T. Watson Bld.)

Day: Monday, 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Date of first class: Sept. 27

Date of last class: Oct. 25

MISS3303-ONLN World Missions and Religions (ONLINE)

MISS 1301-ONLN World Missions and Religions
3 Credit Hours
This course provides an introductory survey of world missions, including the Biblical and theological basis for missions, a review of the history of missions, various strategies for missions, and current issues in
missions. A brief review of the history, beliefs, and practices of leading contemporary world religions is also included. The emphasis of the course is on how to promote world missions within the local church,
as well as on how world Christians should discern God’s guidance regarding sending or going.

Professor: Best, S.

Location: Online

Date of first class: Sept. 27

Date of last class: Oct. 29

FALL C: NOVEMBER 8 – DECEMBER 10, 2021

BIBL 3323 Biblical Ethics

BIBL 3323 Biblical Ethics
3 Credit Hours
Students will become familiar with the wisdom literature of the Old and New Testaments, and of cultures and writings throughout history. Students will understand the integration of the wisdom teachings of
the Old and New Testaments and what that means to modern day Biblically based ethical decision making.

Professor: Gates, C.

Room: A112 (First floor W.T. Watson Bld.)

Day: Monday, 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Date of first class: Nov. 8

Date of last class: Dec. 6

BIBL 3323-ONLN Biblical Ethics (ONLINE)

BIBL 3323 Biblical Ethics
3 Credit Hours
Students will become familiar with the wisdom literature of the Old and New Testaments, and of cultures and writings throughout history. Students will understand the integration of the wisdom teachings of
the Old and New Testaments and what that means to modern day Biblically based ethical decision making.

Professor: Gates, C.

Location: Online

Date of first class: Nov. 8

Date of last class: Dec. 10

GNMN4301Q Christian Leadership

GNMN4301Q Christian Leadership

Professor: Williams

Location: A205 (2nd floor W.T. Watson Bld.)

Day: Monday, 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Date of first class: Nov. 8

Date of last class: Dec. 6

GNMN4301-ONLN Christian Leadership (ONLINE)

GNMN4301-ONLN Christian Leadership

Professor: Williams

Location: Online

Date of first class: Nov. 8

Date of last class: Dec. 10

DEP2004Q Developmental Psychology

DEP 2004 Developmental Psychology
3 Credit Hours
Human psychological development from birth to death is studied. Consideration is given to psychological, emotional, cognitive, social, moral, and spiritual development and experiences.

Professor: Rewald, L.

Location: A113 (First floor, W.T. Watson Bld.)

Day: Monday, 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Date of first class: Nov. 8

Date of last class: Dec. 6

DEP2004-ONLN Developmental Psychology (ONLINE)

DEP 2004-ONLN Developmental Psychology (ONLINE)
3 Credit Hours
Human psychological development from birth to death is studied. Consideration is given to psychological, emotional, cognitive, social, moral, and spiritual development and experiences.

Professor: Rewald, L.

Location: Online

Date of first class: Nov. 8

Date of last class: Dec. 10

LDR3202Q Managing Ethics in Organizations

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.

Location: A103 (First floor, W.T. Watson Bld.)

Day: Monday, 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Date of first class: Nov. 8

Date of last class: Dec. 6

LDR3202-ONLN Managing Ethics in Organizations (ONLINE)

LDR 3202-ONLN 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.

Location: Online

Date of first class: Nov. 8

Date of last class: Dec. 10

FALL D: JANUARY 3 – FEBRUARY 11, 2022 (NO CLASSES JAN. 17)

THEO3313Q Christian Theology

THEO3313Q Christian Theology

Professor: Miller

Room: A112 (First floor, W. T. Watson Bld.)

Day: Monday, 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

First day of class: Jan. 3

Last day of class: Feb. 7

THEO3313-ONLN Christian Theology (ONLINE)

THEO3313-ONLN Christian Theology

Professor: Miller

Location: Online

First day of class: Jan. 3

Last day of class: Feb. 11

COUN3312Q Counseling Adolescents

COUN 3312 Counseling Adolescents
3 Credit Hours
PREREQUISITE: COUN 3301 Introduction to Counseling
This course surveys the physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual growth of the adolescent. Emphasis will be on counseling the adolescent and the family within church and family settings.

Professor: Rewald, L.

Room: A205 (2nd floor, W. T. Watson Bld.)

Day: Monday,6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

First date of class: Jan. 3

Last date of class: Feb. 7

COUN3312-ONLN Counseling Adolescents (ONLINE)

COUN 3312-ONLN Counseling Adolescents (ONLINE)
3 Credit Hours
PREREQUISITE: COUN 3301 Introduction to Counseling
This course surveys the physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual growth of the adolescent. Emphasis will be on counseling the adolescent and the family within church and family settings.

Professor: Rewald, L.

Location: Online

First date of class: Jan. 3

Last date of class: Feb. 11

GNMN3301Q Evangelism and Discipleship

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.

Room: A113 (First floor, W. T. Watson Bld.)

Day: Monday, 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

First date of class: Jan. 3

Last date of class: Feb. 7

GNMN3301-ONLN Evangelism and Discipleship (ONLINE)

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.

Location: Online

First date of class: Jan. 3

Last date of class: Feb. 11

LDR4164Q Organizational Theory and Behavior

LDR 4164 Organizational Theory and Behavior
3 Credit Hours
This course examines the principles of organizational behavior and development within the confines of the organization, the individual, the group, and the external environmental levels. Emphasis for this
course is placed on understanding current organizational theories and organizational design models.

Professor: Perkins, C.

Room: A103 (First floor, W. T. Watson Bld.)

Day: Monday, 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Date of first class: Jan. 3

Date of last class: Feb. 7

LDR4164-ONLN Organizational Theory and Behavior (ONLINE)

LDR 4164-ONLN Organizational Theory and Behavior (ONLINE)
3 Credit Hours
This course examines the principles of organizational behavior and development within the confines of the organization, the individual, the group, and the external environmental levels. Emphasis for this
course is placed on understanding current organizational theories and organizational design models.

Professor: Perkins, C.

Location: Online

Date of first class: Jan. 3

Date of last class: Feb. 11

TRINITY BACKFILL SCHEDULE FOR FALL 2021
Courses below fulfill General Education Electives or Open Electives

(Take these 8 or 16 week courses once your Quest required courses are complete or to fill in breaks)

A1 HIST2342-ONLN American Government / Profess Lashbrook / Online Aug. 16 – Dec. 10
A1 ENC1101-ONLN Freshman Composition I / Mallo / Online Aug. 16 – Dec. 10
A2 ENC1102-ONLN Freshman Composition II / Mallo / Online Aug. 16 – Dec. 10
A1 PHI1010-ONLN Introduction to Philosophy / Abell / Online Aug. 16 – Dec. 10
A1 SPC1608-ONLN Introduction to Public / Speaking Cox/Stamper / Online Aug. 16 – Dec. 10
A1 LIT3333-ONLN* Literature for Adolescents / Mallo / Online Aug. 16 – Dec. 10
A1 LDR4540-ONLN Study of Great Leaders / Lugo Online Aug. 16 – Dec. 10
A1 THEO4311-ONLN Apologetics / Woodward / Online Aug. 16 – Dec. 10
A1 COUN3314-ONLN* Counseling Non-Traditional Families / Wood / Online Aug. 16 – Dec. 10
A1 THEO4321-ONLN Systematic Theology III / TBD / Online Aug. 16 – Dec. 10
A1 AMH1010 US History to 1865 / Lashbrook / A112 Thur. 6-10pm Aug. 16 – Oct. 8
A1 SLS1501.111-ONLN College and Career Success / Mallo / Online Aug. 16 – Oct. 8
A1 AML2052-ONLN Modern American Literature / Mallo / Online Aug. 16 – Oct. 8
B1 ENC1101.112 Freshman Composition I / Mallo / A113 Thur. 6-10pm Oct. 11 – Dec. 10
B1 BIBL3233 Thinking Like Jesus: Foundations for Biblical Worldview / TBD  / A112 Thur. 6-10pm Oct. 11 – Dec. 10
B1 GNMN1302.111-ONLN Evangelism & Discipleship / Best  / Online Oct. 11 – Dec. 10
B1 HUM1020-ONLN Introduction to Humanities / Abell / Online Oct. 11 – Dec. 10