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World-class online courses from your favorite professors launching this December!

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Intro To Psychology (PSYC-120)

PROFESSOR

Dr. Richard Beck & Rachel Riley

COURSE DESCRIPTION

A comprehensive survey of the science of psychology emphasizing human behavior.

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Financial Strategies For Life (FIN-250)

PROFESSOR

Dr. Phil Gelatt

COURSE DESCRIPTION

A general course dealing with the problems of the consumer in the American economic system; a practical study of personal consumption, buying habits, health and medical care, and housing; an introduction to investment; an introduction to insurance. No prerequisite.

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American National Politics (POL-104)

PROFESSOR

Dr. Timothy Sherratt

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Critically examines basic commitments, institutions and processes of American politics; engages contemporary political debate; focuses on Constitution, political culture, interest groups, parties, Congress, Presidency and Supreme Court.

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American Literature (EN-2133)

PROFESSOR

Dr. Willie Steele

COURSE DESCRIPTION

A study of American literature from colonial times through the Age of Romanticism with an emphasis on literary history.

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Intro To Computing (CS-1113)

PROFESSOR

Dr. Ted Song

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course introduces programming in C++. Students will practice solving problems by writing codes, and no prior programming experience is required.  

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Major British Writers 1 (ENGL-221)

PROFESSOR

Dr. Kyle Dickson

COURSE DESCRIPTION

English 221 is a general-education survey of literature focusing on the major authors, periods, and themes of British literature before 1789. 

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New Testament Survey (BIB-102)

PROFESSOR

Dr. Jim Lo

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course covers the literature of the New Testament. Special attention will be given to the life of Christ and the history of the early church, including the life of Paul.

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Western Musical Masterworks (MUS-241)

PROFESSOR

Dr. Mary Montgomery Koppel

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Surveys great musical master-works, their composers, historical development, musical form and style; listening skills, music vocabulary, recognition of historical style traits.

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American History (HI-2213)

PROFESSOR

Dr. Tim Johnson

COURSE DESCRIPTION

An exploration into the history of the U.S. and its major moments and movements.

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Vocational Formation (BIBO-440)

PROFESSOR

Dr. Ben Ries

COURSE DESCRIPTION

An analysis of the history and theology of vocation in the Christian tradition and its application in students’ lives. 

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Intergroup Relations (SOC-210)

PROFESSOR

Dr. Brian Fry

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Examines patterned relations between groups and populations in a variety of contexts, especially those characterized by differences in power and privilege. 

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Science & Faith (BIO-271)

PROFESSOR

Dr. Dorothy Boorse

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Explores topics of the Christian faith as they relate to biology and biochemistry, including origins, ethics, age of the earth, and biotechnology. 

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IAM3 Leadership (PHE-448)

PROFESSOR

Greg Tonagel

COURSE DESCRIPTION

In this course, students will learn about the I am 3rd posture for living and leading that puts God first, others second, and self third.

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Introduction to Philosophy (PHIL-202)

PROFESSOR

Dr. Ken Schenck

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Critical analysis of the contours of a world- and life-view coupled with more detailed critical analysis of perennial and foundational issues in epistemology, metaphysics and ethics. 

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History of Rock & Roll (MHS 223A)

PROFESSOR

Dr. David Clem

COURSE DESCRIPTION

An examination of the history of the commercial music industry in America from the start of the commercial music industry to the commercial music industry of today, including the musical influence of the commercial song. 

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