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History of Art II
Examination of the ways in which visual images, sculptural objects and architectural structures have been produced throughout history....
History of Art I
Examination of the ways in which visual images, sculptural objects and architectural structures have been used in the formation and...
The Politics of Foreign Aid
Examines a wide variety of issues central to the politics of foreign aid. Examines the various actors, dynamics, theories, and challenges...
Examines fundamental concepts of genetics. Topics include mechanisms and patterns of inheritance, structure and function of DNA, mutations,...
Prosperity and Poverty: An Economic History of the World since 1700
Examines global economic history with a focus on why some nations were rich and others poor. Considerable attention is paid to evidence-based...
Entrepreneurship and New Ventures
Examines how one can harness creativity, personal drive and faith to develop a successful new venture. It focuses on the organizational,...
Theories of International Development
Examines how prominent theories of development, namely modernization, dependency, neo-liberalism, Marxism and critical theories have shaped...
Mental Health & Social Policy
Examines issues, concerns, and policies surrounding mental health and their impact on individuals, families, communities, and institutions....
Livelihoods, Food Security and Development
Examines key concepts surrounding food security, food sovereignty, livelihoods, and the interrelation between the production and consumption...
Statistics for Business
Examines mathematical methods and analytical techniques used to assist managers in decision making. Topics include probability, forecasting,...
Examines one or more major theological figures from church history and their contribution to the articulation and development of theological...
The Early Novel
Examines representative works of the early novel, including such authors as Austen, Hugo, the Bront's, Dostoevsky, Gaskell, and Eliot....
Film and Western Culture
Examines the aesthetics of film and how various movies portray Western culture from the Roman period to the present. Three major components...
Fundamentalism and the New Religious Right: 1900 to the Present
Examines the American Christians who upheld the fundamentals of conservative theology in the face of challenges from modernity, science,...
Examines the Christian worldview and various issues in Christian apologetics. After considering the biblical basis for Christian apologetics...
Examines the development of Christian theology from the 17th to the 20th centuries, including post-Reformation scholasticism, the influence...
Doctrine of the Holy Spirit
Examines the doctrine of the Holy Spirit. Attention is given to fundamental theological questions concerning the person, work and ministry of...
Doctrine of Christ
Examines the doctrine of the person and work of Jesus Christ. Attention will be given to controversies in the early church leading to the...
Doctrine of God
Examines the existence and attributes of God and the relationship of God to the world. It gives particular attention to the biblical and...
Torah & the Ancient Near East
Examines the first five books of the Hebrew Bible, the Pentateuch, with special reference to introduction, exegesis and history. Attention is...
Songwriting and Arranging
Examines the functions of lyrics, melody, harmony and form used to create songs. Students will have the opportunity to write songs using...
General Chemistry I
Examines the fundamental principles of chemistry. Topics include the periodic properties of the elements, reactions of atoms, ions, and...
Art Appreciation: An Introduction to Visual Language
Examines the fundamental value of visual art in its historic development, its workaday practice and its vital role as a means of expression...
Introduction to Molecular and Cell Biology
Examines the fundamentals of biology at the molecular and cellular levels. Three hours of lecture and three hours of laboratory work per...
Examines the fundamentals of speech and effective singing through the teaching of proper pronunciation of song text in multiple languages:...