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EAS 670: Pupil Personnel Services 3 credits

A survey of guidance services and their application in both elementary and secondary educational settings. Practical guidance problems are considered.

  • Dates: March 5 – April 28
  • Register by: February 19
  • Next offered: June 4, 2018 – July 28, 2018

Ed 638: Curriculum Development & Design 3 credits

This course is an overview of the history and theories of curriculum development and their application to K-12 schools. Designing and implementing effective curriculum and learning based on a school's philosophy of education.

  • Dates: March 5 – April 14
  • Register by: February 19
  • Next offered: June 4, 2018 – July 14, 2018

Ed 661: Assessment of Learning 3 credits

The appraisal of a student's intellectual capacity and aspects of personality; the interpretation of educational data using descriptive statistics including frequency distributions, measures of central tendency and dispersion, the normal probability curve and graphs. Attention is also given to test construction and the development of a testing program.

  • Dates: March 5 – April 14
  • Register by: February 19
  • Next offered: June 4, 2018 – July 14, 2018

Ed 690: Research in Education 3 credits

This course introduces educational research, statistics, and testing; and is designed to familiarize the student with the terminology, basic concepts and tools necessary to critique and interpret published research.

  • Dates: March 5 – April 14
  • Register by: February 19

ME 614: Psychology of Music 3 credits

A comprehensive overview of human music behaviors from a psychological perspective. Psychoacoustics, music perception, affective and aesthetic responses to music, and the function of music in society are systematically investigated through research methodologies and literature.

  • Dates: March 5 – April 28
  • Register by: February 19

SCM 631: Theories of Counseling 3 credits

A historical survey of the relationship of secular, integrationist, and biblical counseling models to the church. Examines the counseling theories of prominent Christian counselors and counseling organizations. Guides students towards the development of a distinctly biblical counseling model.

  • Dates: March 5 – April 21
  • Register by: February 19

SCM 632: Foundations of Biblical Counseling 3 credits

Establishes a theological and practical introduction to the ministry of biblical counseling. Presents a biblical foundation, including an emphasis upon the sufficiency of Scripture and the doctrine of sanctification as they apply to counseling, an introduction to the process of biblical counseling, and an application of biblical counseling to practical areas of life.

  • Dates: March 5 – April 28
  • Register by: February 19

SCM 651: Christian Discipleship 2 credits

The personal, biblical responsibilities of the true disciple of Christ in full-time vocational ministry; e.g., Scripture reading and meditation, prayer, obedience, forgiveness, example-setting, and walking in the Spirit will be discussed. The spiritual resources found in Christ for faithfulness and spiritual integrity will be presented. The obligation of and a methodology for making and nurturing new disciples will also be explained, following the biblical model.

  • Dates: March 5 – April 21
  • Register by: February 19

SNT 635: Biblical Hermeneutics 3 credits

A study of the principles and practices essential to biblical interpretation with an emphasis on the conservative, grammatical-historical-contextual method, presupposing the inerrancy of Scripture. Special attention will also be given to the interpretation of the various genres of Scripture including poetry, narrative, epistolary and apocalyptic literature.

  • Dates: March 5 – April 28
  • Register by: February 19

SNT 650: New Testament Theology 3 credits

Application of the principles and methods of biblical theology to the study of the New Testament, with particular focus on the Kingdom of God.

  • Dates: March 5 – April 28
  • Register by: February 19

SOT 635: Biblical Hermeneutics 3 credits

A study of the principles and practices essential to biblical interpretation with an emphasis on the conservative, grammatical-historical-contextual method, presupposing the inerrancy of Scripture. Special attention will also be given to the interpretation of the various genres of Scripture, including poetry, narrative, epistolary and apocalyptic literature.

  • Dates: March 5 – April 28
  • Register by: February 19

STh 650: New Testament Theology 3 credits

Application of the principles and methods of biblical theology to the study of the New Testament, with particular focus on the Kingdom of God.

  • Dates: March 5 – April 28
  • Register by: February 19

STh 703: Biblical Sanctification 2 credits

A study of the theology of biblical holiness, with a special emphasis on individual progressive sanctification; and the biblical theology of ecclesiastical unity and separatism, especially as it relates to the history of Fundamentalism and Evangelicalism from the early twentieth century to the present.

  • Dates: March 5 – April 28
  • Register by: February 19
  • Number of Proctored Tests in Course: 4

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