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Introduces the basic theoretical framework for describing and explaining decision making in a market-oriented economy. Topics include...
Introduction to Financial Accounting
Introduces the generally accepted principles that govern the financial accounting system and the income statement and balance statement that...
Introduces the principles and art of solid conducting technique. Examining the relationship between gesture and sound, students will explore...
Introduction to Cinematography
Introduces the production techniques of single-camera video that are used in television, cinema, and other media. Students will develop...
Morphology and Syntax I
Introduces theoretical concepts and analytical principles pertaining to the study of words and word-stems (morphology), and phrases and...
Introduction to Physical Geography: Weather, Climate and Ecosystems
Introduction to atmospheric and soils sciences; physical elements of climate (including seasonal cycles, climate change and global warming);...
Introduction to Christian theological ethics, including the exegetical bases, the historical development and the application of Christian...
Introduction to Linguistics I
Introduction to core technical areas of linguistics: phonetics, phonology, morphology and syntax. Interplay of linguistics with the related...
Introduction to Physical Geography: Earth Science
Introduction to geomorphology, the scientific study of the landscape and landscape formation processes. Introduction to the physical...
American Literature I
Introduction to influential American writers of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries up to the Civil War, shaping the direction of American...
Language and Society
Introduction to language as a context-dependent social phenomenon. Students examine how various contexts and social factors, such as age,...
Introduction to the basic elements of sermon preparation, including exegesis, sermon form and elements of communication for preaching....
Introduction to the broad range of human speech sounds used in languages of the world. Students receive training and practice in recognizing...
Philosophy of Science
Introduction to the central issues in contemporary philosophy of science. Topics include the definition and limits of science, the nature and...
Introduction to Philosophy
Introduction to the perennial issues in Western philosophy, such as knowledge and skepticism, the existence of God, the problem of evil,...
Normative Ethical Theory
Introduction to the problems, positions and arguments of contemporary moral philosophy. Through readings from classical and contemporary...
History of World Christianity
Introductory historical evaluation of Christianity in terms of periods (e.g., Roman, Medieval), people (e.g., Augustine, Luther), movements (...
Introduction to Social Work
Investigates social work and social welfare principles, practices and values in the light of biblical teachings on individuals, families and...
Introduction to Social Welfare
Involves a critical and analytical examination of theoretical, ideological, philosophical, political and socio-economic bases within social...
Language learners will compare French and English cultural practices in family, education and business. Students will acquire written and...
Language students will engage in media responses, dialogues, presentations, debates and interviews as different means to communicate within...
French Travel Practicum
Language students will prepare for and respond to a five-day, four-night trip to a Francophone city. Components of the preparation phase will...
Introductory Linear Algebra
Linear algebra is the study of linear systems of equations, vector spaces and linear transformations. Solving systems of linear equations is...
Microfinance in Theory and Practice
Microfinance provides financial services to the poor and has often been touted as a model example of a social entrepreneurship innovation...
The Romantic Epic
Observes how the writers of the Romantic age engaged with John Milton both as a political figure and as an epic poet. Prerequisite: 6 credit...