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Business and Society
Capstone course that acknowledges the dynamics and impact of change and the need for balance, and views the business interests of various...
Modern Missiological Issues
Christ’s command to make disciples of all nations is still relevant. As the gospel has been brought to the nations and throughout the history...
The Historian’s Craft
Combines an examination of the discipline of history, the major historians of the past, how history developed its professional autonomy, the...
Conceptual and practical study to help the local believer and the church present the gospel message in today’s world. Special focus will be...
Indigenous Writers of North America
Considers literature written by indigenous men and women residing in North America and engages with post-colonial theory in Christian...
Contemporary Literary Theory
Considers many of the theoretical approaches to literature that have proliferated in the 20th century. Recommended for all students who are...
Considers terminology, concepts and methodology of law in the context of doing business in Canada. Deals with some of the legal issues and...
Major Authors in English Literature
Consists of a study of major authors selected from the various periods of English literature. Authors may include Chaucer, Marlowe, Milton,...
Business Policy and Strategy II
Continuation of BUSI 411.
Introductory French II
Continuation of FREN 101. Prerequisite: FREN 101.
Intermediate French II
Continuation of FREN 201. Prerequisite: FREN 201.
Introduction to Linguistics II
Continuation of LING 101.
Introduction to Sociology II
Continuation of SOCI 101. Prerequisite: SOCI 101.
England from the Restoration to the Industrial Revolution, 1658-1815
Continues the themes outlined in England from Reformation to Revolution, 1500-1658, and also considers England’s emergence as a world power,...
Introduction to American Sign Language I
Covers basic conversationally relevant signs and grammar principles and other features of ASL (American Sign Language), including a brief...
Introduction to Statistics
Covers the basic techniques of descriptive data analysis and their application to qualitative and quantitative research.
Business Modeling and Analysis
Covers the development and use of a variety of models to support business decision-making. A significant focus of the course is the use of...
Covers the history of the United Kingdom from the beginning of the 19th century to the election of Tony Blair as prime minister in 1997....
Critical examination of the philosophical traditions and developments of the17th and 18th centuries. The two main traditions of this era,...
Cultures are socially constructed and transmitted to enhance human beings’ survival and well-being. Cultural differences exist not only in...
Deals with cross-culture theories, cross-culture comparisons, culture values and norms, languages, communications and challenges in working...
Deals with international financing issues for both the industry and non-for-profit sectors. Areas covered include exchange rates, risk and...
The Reformation Era
Deals with the roots, development and significance of the 16th century revolutions in Christianity, Protestant, Catholic and Radical, in...
Group Instruction Piano
Designed as a beginner group instruction piano class for music majors whose primary instrument is voice or guitar. Students will strengthen...
Designed as a study of methodology involved in teaching classical guitar. Students will learn the healthy and effective practices of...