EAS 663: School Business Management
Principles of business administration for schools, emphasizing sound plant, finance and management practices. A philosophy of school administration will be developed.
Ed 634: Providing Instruction for Exceptional Learning Needs
This course focuses on developing the student's understanding of the knowledge and skills necessary to increase effectiveness in meeting the needs of diverse learners through appropriate instructional, curricular and behavioral strategies.
Ed 635: Critical Issues in Education
This course is designed to explore critical issues in both public and private education. Topics discussed are organized around the Interstate Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (InTASC) standards categories of learner and learning, content knowledge, instructional practice, and professional responsibility. Candidates will read, summarize, analyze, and discuss educational issues with other candidates and faculty.
ME 503: Early Childhood Music Education
A survey of child development theories and the music acquisition process, birth to age nine. The influence of environment, play and movement on music acquisition will be studies through the examination of recent research, developmentally appropriate curricula, field observations and laboratory experiences.
SCM 630: Counseling Children & Adolescents
This course deals with biblical counseling principles and procedures for helping elementary and secondary school-age children. Case study examples will encourage application of course content.
STh 601: Systematic Theology
A study of the nature, necessity, methods, and materials of theology; and the application of the principles of systematic theology to the scriptural revelation about God, man, and sin, following a biblical dispensational hermeneutic. Preparation of an ordination doctrinal statement for ministry students; theological reading summaries for others. Students from a Baptist heritage will be expected to clearly articulate Baptist theological distinctives and church polity. Each student's doctrinal statement/theological summaries will be prepared so as to reflect a biblical dispensational hermeneutic.
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