Online Spring 2022 Course Schedule

Online Courses

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. 

2022 Spring Semester, January 18, 2022 – May 11, 2022
Open Registration October 27 – November 11, 2021
Drop/Add Period ends January 25, 2022

Spring Traditional Program Course Schedule (Online)

Christian Belief and Scripture, BIBL1102-ONLN Miller, D., Jan. 18 - May 11

BIBL 1102 Christian Belief and Scripture
3 Credit Hours
This course provides an introduction to foundational Christian theology and to Scripture. It examines the narrative and major themes of the Christian Bible. It also introduces the crucial and foundational claims of Christian theology by examining ancient consensus about theological boundaries that have historically distinguished Christian belief from other ancient religious teachings.

(only for students who took Biblical Living or incoming students)

Christian Belief and Scripture, BIBL1102.111 - ONLN Miller, D., March 21 - May 11

BIBL 1102 Christian Belief and Scripture
3 Credit Hours
This course provides an introduction to foundational Christian theology and to Scripture. It examines the narrative and major themes of the Christian Bible. It also introduces the crucial and foundational claims of Christian theology by examining ancient consensus about theological boundaries that have historically distinguished Christian belief from other ancient religious teachings.

(only for students who took Biblical Living or incoming students)

Christian Leadership GNMN4301-ONLN Williams, M. Jan. 18 - May 11

GNMN 4301 Christian Leadership
3 Credit Hours
Studies in the principles of Christian leadership as they relate to character, vision, responsibility, accountability, team, style, etc. Examines the leadership of godly individuals in Scripture and in
the contemporary world. Examines leadership literature, discusses leadership problems with the purpose of determining Biblical solutions.

C.S. Lewis: Apostle to the Skeptic THEO3303-ONLN Woodward, T., Jan. 18 - May 11

THEO 3303 C.S. Lewis: Apostle to the Skeptic (Compelling Case for Christianity)
3 Credit Hours
Through an encounter with key essays and excerpts from C.S. Lewis’ writings, along with contributions from prominent C.S. Lewis scholars, students will survey a wealth of support for the Christian Faith. The course will highlight the life and thinking of Lewis, and review the rapid expansion and development of apologetics since his passing.

Daniel and Revelation: Exegesis and Theology* BIBL4303-ONLN DeRosse, A.,Jan. 18 - May 11

BIBL 4303 Daniel and Revelation: Exegesis and Theology
3 Credit Hours
PREREQUISITE: BIBL 2331 Hermeneutics. This course carefully examines these two major apocalyptic books chapter by chapter, investigating their historical setting, the critical questions, and their relation to one another and to the Olivet Discourse. Heavy emphasis is given to the book of Revelation.

Darwinism and Intelligent Design ISC1502-ONLN Woodward, T. Jan. 18 - May 11

ISC 1502 Darwinism and Intelligent Design*
3 Credit Hours
This course introduces students to the scientific debate over creation, evolution and intelligent design in the modern era. With a focus on Darwinism’s intensifying paradigm-crisis since the 1980s, we will survey (a) basic principles of lab science and historical science, (b) the range of arguments and lines of evidence that are set forth to defend either Darwinism or Intelligent Design, and (c) key discoveries from astronomy, physics, and chemistry that lead to the inference of a designed universe. The relationship of science and Christian Theology will be explored on selected topics in the origins debate.

Developmental Psychology DEP2004-ONLN Rewald, L., Jan. 18 - May 11

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.

Freshman Composition I ENC1101-ONLN Mallo, K. Jan. 18 - May 11

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.

Freshman Composition II* ENC1102-ONLN Mallo, K., Jan. 18 - May 11

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.

Fundamental Issues in Worship WORS2302-ONLN Rushing, K. Jan. 18 - May 11

WORS 2302 Fundamental Issues in Worship
3 Credit Hours
This course is an introduction to basic definitions and uses of worship terminology and practices in the Scriptures, the historical evolution of worship and its practices in the Roman, Orthodox, and Protestant churches, and a survey of the avenues, modes, and styles of worship in modern Christendom. Specific problematic issues will be evaluated and discussed, especially as they relate to post-modern thought.

General Psychology PSY1012-ONLN Rewald, L., Jan. 18 - May 11

PSY 1012 General Psychology*
3 Credit Hours
This course is an introduction to the field of psychology. It includes the history, scientific methodology, major theoretical schools of thought, various approaches to interpersonal functioning, and human development.

Intermediate Leadership: Conflict / Negotiation LDR3373-ONLN Boyce, C., Jan. 19 - May 5

LDR 3373 Intermediate Leadership: Conflict/Negotiation*
3 Credit Hours
Intermediate study of leadership practices as related to translating a leadership vision into organizational effectiveness builds on previous foundation courses of leadership and introduces the student to skills relevant to effective communication in conflict interactions that occur in organizations. A practical emphasis will be placed on the area of conflict management and negotiation skills through the use of case study group sessions within the role of leadership.

Interpersonal Communication SPC1300-111 ONLN Woodward. T./Stamper, K., Mar. 21 - May 11

SPC 1300 Interpersonal Communication*
3 Credit Hours
This course provides an introduction to the study of interpersonal communication, emphasizing skill in identifying and choosing the approach that is most appropriate and effective in a given communication situation. Emphasis on interpersonal relationships, language, and nonverbal communication.

Mathematics for Liberal Arts I MGF1106-ONLN Macaraeg, P., Jan. 18 – Mar. 7

MGF 1106 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts I*
3 Credit Hours
This course is a general survey course in mathematics and covers a number of traditional, independent topics and will include topics related to mathematical logic sets and systematic counting, probability, statistics, geometry, and critical thinking skills.

Marketing Research and Strategy MAR3613-ONLN Whitman, M. Jan. 18 - May 11

MAR 3613/MKTG 3613 Marketing Research & Strategy*
3 Credit Hours
This course explores research in the context of making marketing decisions. This course assists in developing the skills necessary to make marketing decisions by providing students the ability to interpret market research, consumer research, opinion research, and survey research. Marketing Research & Strategy is an applied and practical course surveying contemporary advanced research methods and statistical techniques applied to business settings. The development and implementation of a comprehensive qualitative and quantitative marketing research project focused on a current marketing problem will be conducted assists in solidifying learning.

Marriage and Family Communication PCO1011-ONLN Vega, L. Jan. 18 - May 11

PCO 1011 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.

New Testament History and Letters BIBL2321-ONLN Miller, D. N/A Jan. 18 - May 11

BIBL 2321 New Testament History and Letters
3 Credit Hours
This course is a study of Acts, the Pauline Epistles, and the General Epistles. Attention will be given to background, structure, authorship, and doctrinal importance.

Old Testament Poetry and Prophecy BIBL1322-ONLN Abell, A. Jan. 18 - May 11

BIBL 1322 Old Testament Poetry and Prophecy
3 Credit Hours
This course surveys the content, structure, events, and theological themes of the Old Testament poetical and prophetic books (the last 22 books) in light of their historical and canonical setting.

Organizational Communication: Methods and Strategies for Leaders LDR2370-ONLN Perkins, C., Jan. 18 - May 11

LDR 2370 Organizational Communication: Methods & Strategies for Leaders*
3 Credit Hours
This course examines the function and structures of communication in both formal and informal situations in an organization. This course provides a practical view of leadership communication, strategies for transmitting, receiving, and understanding information in the organization. The emphasis of this course is on providing leaders with tools for overcoming communication challenges/barriers by utilizing appropriate strategies and methods.

Organizational Theory and Behavior LDR4164.111- ONLN Perkins, C., Jan. 18 - May 11

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.

Research Methods II* PSY3215-ONLN Rewald, L., Jan. 18 - May 11

PSY 3215 Research Methods II*
3 Credit Hours
PREREQUISITES: STA 2026 Statistics/ PSY 3213 Research Methods I
The emphasis in this course will be the hands-on application of quantitative and qualitative research design and methods. Students will plan a research project including completing a literature review, writing a research proposal, choosing a research method, carrying out the research, and writing an APA style report on their findings.

Romans* BIBL4301-ONLN Allotta, J., Jan. 18 - May 11

BIBL 4301 Romans
3 Credit Hours
PREREQUISITE: BIBL 2331 Hermeneutics. This course is an exegesis of the Roman epistle including the historical background, the theological elements of condemnation, justification, sanctification, and glorification. Special attention is given to the dispensational and the practical divisions.

Seminar in Group Dynamics* COUN4312- ONLN Rewald, L./Vega, L., Jan. 18 - May 11

COUN 4312 Seminar in Group Dynamics
3 Credit Hours
PREREQUISITE: COUN 2301 Introduction to Counseling.
The principles of group dynamics will be presented along with practical guidance and experience in leading and participating in various types of groups.

Statistics STA2026-ONLN TBD, Jan. 18 - May 11

STA 2026 Statistics*
3 Credit Hours
This course is designed to introduce students to the fundamentals of descriptive and inferential statistics with a pronounced emphasis on inference. The major topics include methods for analyzing sets of data, probability distributions, estimation, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, simple linear regression, correlation, and non parametric statistics.

Stress Management COUN3332- ONLN Rewald, L., Jan. 18 - May 11

COUN 3332 Stress Management
3 Credit Hours
This course will examine the effects of stress and the counseling techniques used to treat stress related issues. Topics will include: the mind/body connection and its role in the development and treatment of stress related disorders, Biblical perspective on the counseling of clients experiencing the effects of stress, and ways for individuals in helping processions to avoid burnout and other related illnesses will be explored.

Systematic Theology II THEO3302-ONLN Miller, D., Jan. 18 - May 11

THEO 3302 Systematic Theology II: Christology, Pneumatology, and Angelology
3 Credit Hours
PREREQUISITE: THEO 3301 Systematic Theology I or its equivalent. The study of theology is continued through a detailed examination of the doctrines of Christ (Christology), the Holy Spirit (Pneumatology), and angels (Angelology). Each is examined in terms of its existence, nature, attributes, and special problems.

Systematic Theology IV THEO4331-ONLN Miller, D., Jan. 18 - May 11

THEO 4331 Systematic Theology IV: Ecclesiology, Eschatology, and Contemporary Theology
3 Credit Hours
PREREQUISITE: THEO 3301 Systematic Theology I or its equivalent.
The study of God’s redemptive plan for humanity is continued through an examination of the doctrines of the church (Ecclesiology) and
last things (Eschatology). In addition, various recently developing approaches to theological questions are also examined.

Team Dynamics & Leading Diverse Groups LDR3363.111- ONLN Perkins, C., Jan. 18 - May 11

LDR 3363 Team Dynamics and 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, ingroup/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.

Theories of Personality PPE3003-ONLN Rewald, L., Jan. 18 - May 11

PPE 3003 Theories of Personality*
3 Credit Hours
This course examines the major psychological approaches to the development of the human personality. Emphasis is placed on the application of these theories to a variety of useful settings that include counseling, church, interpersonal relationships, and personal self-understanding. Questions this course attempts to answer: 1. What is personality? 2. Are personalities shaped by our genes or by our environment? 3. Are we stuck with the same personality across our lifespan or do we change chameleon-like according to the situation? 4. Is there one personality type that is better than another? 5. How can we tell if someone’s behavior falls outside the boundaries of normal personality characteristics?

United States History since 1865 AMH1020-ONLN Lashbrook, M., Jan. 18 - May 11

AMH 1020 United States History Since 1865*
3 Credit Hours
The study of United States history from 1865 to the present. This study includes the Reconstruction, growth of big business, the agrarian revolt, Latin American affairs, the Progressive Movement, World War I, and political, economic, and world affairs since World
War II.

World Missions and Religions MISS1301-ONLN Allotta, J., Jan. 18 - May 11

MISS 1301 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.