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Division: Undergraduate

This is an independent study available to juniors and seniors by special arrangement with instructor. Consult with your academic advisor.
1.00-3.00
Fall
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This course is designed to provide you with an opportunity to gain competency and confidence in using the Biblical languages. Experiential learning requirements are defined and assessed by the program faculty. A minimum of 50 clock hours of direct experience is required for a unit of credit. Advisor approval is required. Repeatable.
1.00
Fall, Spring
Undergraduate
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In this course you will engage in reading in the documents of the Ancient Near East that provide the historical, cultural, philosophical, and religious context for understanding the writings of the Hebrew Old Testament. You will give attention to documents that illumine each era of Old Testament history and each portion of the Old Testament canon.
3.00
Fall
Undergraduate
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In this course you will engage in reading in the Hellenistic Greek text and English translation of documents that provide the historical, cultural, philosophical, and religious context for understanding the writings of the Greek New Testament. You will give attention to literary and non-literary documents from the ancient Graeco-Roman world, as well as writings of second Temple Judaism.
3.00
Fall
Undergraduate
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In this course you will study selected topics covering the grammatical, literary, and historical analysis of New Testament texts. Special emphasis will be placed on interpretive methodology and the production of a summative exercise: A research paper.
3.00
Spring
Undergraduate
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In this survey course you will be introduced to the basic functions and environments for business in for-profit and not-for-profit organizations operating in intercultural and international settings. You will focus on the primary disciplines of business enterprise and entreprenuership.
3.00
Fall
Undergraduate
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In this course you will be introduced to the basic concepts and principles of corporate finance, including essential financial concepts such as analysis of financial statements, the time value of money, stock and bond valuation, risk and return, capital budgeting, the cost of capital, and conversion of international monetary systems. You will also develop basic skills in analyzing the finances of publicly-traded companies.
3.00
Spring
Undergraduate
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In this course you will explore the fundamentals of financial accounting by setting up financial records, with an emphasis on creating and understanding financial statements that are used in business.
3.00
Fall
Undergraduate
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In this course you will study leadership skills and styles with an emphasis on motivational aspects and leadership techniques and their effectiveness. You will explore character development as it pertains to a balanced personal life, family life, church life, workplace life, and societal life, all in relationship to one's ability to lead.
3.00
Fall, Spring
Undergraduate
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this course is a study in the theories, practices, and laws involved in the human resource function. You will explore recruiting, selecting, training, evaluating, promoting, and disciplining personnel within business, nonprofit, and international operations.
3.00
Spring
Undergraduate
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