Campus Courses

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ARTS 111 - Drawing I

Description: This course is a study of materials, methods and techniques used for drawing with pencil, ink, charcoal and other drawing media. Art majors given preference. Additional course fee is required.

ARTS 112 - Drawing II

Description: This course is a study of materials, methods and techniques used for drawing with pencil, ink, charcoal and other drawing media. Art majors given preference. Additional course fee is required. Prerequisite: ARTS 111 Drawing I.

ARTS 241 - Beginning Ceramics

Description: Introduction to basic hand-building techniques and surface design. Additional course fee is required.

BIBL 215 - Biblical Studies

Description: In this course students will be introduced to basic tools and scholarly attitudes for studying the Bible, using a particular biblical book or set of related books as a focus. Material will be studied not only for academic knowledge but also spiritual and personal growth. Prerequisite: BIBL 100 Bible Survey, BIBL 101 Literature of Old Testament, or BIBL 102 Literature of New Testament.

BIOL 221 - Human Anatomy & Physiology I

Description: This covers structure and function of the human body. Fall semester topics include basic chemistry, body organization, integument, skeleton, muscles, and the nervous system, including special senses. The course meets general education requirements and is designed for nonscience majors. Three lectures and one laboratory per week. Additional course fee is required.

COMM 100 - Introduction to Communication

Description: An introduction to the study of human communication, this course requires students to apply communication principles to interpersonal, group and public contexts. Particular emphasis is on the practice of public speaking. Students will prepare and deliver several oral presentations.

PHIL 180 - Ethics

Description: Ethics consists of an analysis of the ethical theories and systems by which persons make judgments and choices, with special attention to contemporary moral issues and the modern revival of virtue theory.

REL 300 - History and Theology of Christianity

Description: This course introduces students to the Christian faith and to the diverse experiences of Christians within the world context. The course will proceed along the levels of history (where and when did Christianity flourish) and theology (what have Christians believed), as well as society and culture (what has Christian practice looked like). Prerequisites: BIBL 100 Bible Survey, BIBL 101 Literature of Old Testament or BIBL 102, Literature of New Testament.

SOCI 150 - Principles of Sociology

Description: An introduction to the study of society, including the study of the shared relationships that create social organization and social processes of society. Required for sociology majors and for admission into the social work major.

WRIT 110 - College Writing

Description: A course concentrating on expository writing, with an introduction to basic research methods. Argumentative writing is also introduced. Students must create and submit a passing writing portfolio, one component of the writing proficiency milestone.