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Spring College Class Schedule (January 17-May 6, 2022)

Monday

10:30am-12:00pm

1P2152
Experiencing God Life Group II
1.5 hours

Sue Smith

The purpose of this course is to provide for small-group accountability in the student’s first two semesters. This course addresses adjustment to college life as well as learning how to know and do God’s will. Required for all first year non-ministerial students.

1:00pm-2:30pm

1L3313
English 102
3 hours

Elaine Phillips

This course will give students the opportunity to practice academic writing at an intermediate level. Special emphasis will be given to peer and professor editing. This course will also introduce students to the fundamental ideas of critical reading. Required for all first year students.

Prerequisite for this course is 1L3311 English Composition 101.

2:30pm-4:00pm*

1M2311
Music Appreciation
3 hours

This course is designed to help the student develop a basic appreciation of music. This course will examine three primary disciplines of music: the psychology of music, a historical survey of western music, and an introduction to ethnomusicology.

*Day and time subject to change

Tuesday

9:30am-11:00am

1P1321
Principles & Practice of Preaching
3 hours

Dr. Watson

This course is designed to give the student basic tools and a consistent process for developing and delivering biblical sermons based on a variety of texts. It will include ample opportunity for practice, evaluation, and reflection, providing a setting for gaining experience and confidence, as well as knowledge and skills.

11:00am-12pm

1M1311
Worship Leadership
3 hours

The objective of this course is to develop key skills for worship leadership in the local church, from planning and preparation to leadership and execution. The role of music, media, prayer, Scripture, proclamation, and other creative worship elements will be explored, all within the framework of developing a theologically and experientially coherent approach to the public gathering of God’s people.

1:00pm-2:30pm

1C1321
Basics of Family Dynamics
3 hours

Dr. McNaughton

In this course emphasis will be given to exploring the structures, strengths, problems, and needs of the family with attention given to consideration for the minister’s personal family. Ways in which the church can minister to families, singles, and seniors and skills for improving interpersonal relations in the family and in other social situations will be examined.

2:30-4:00pm

1T4311
World Religions
3 hours

This course is an introduction to the major religious traditions of the world, including their core beliefs, historical development, and contemporary expression. The course will include study of both Western and Eastern religious traditions as well as African and Native North American traditional religious beliefs.

Wednesday

8:00am-9:30am

1P3331
Spiritual Development
3 hours

Dr. McNaughton

This course introduces students to a basic theological method and addresses the major Christian beliefs of God, humanity, Christology, Holy Spirit, salvation, church and last things.

9:30am-11:00am

1L4311
Classics of Christian Literature
3 hours

Elaine Phillips

This course introduces students to the wealth of Christian literature through a survey of representative classics such as Augustine’s Confessions, Milton’s Paradise Lost, Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress, and various works by C. S. Lewis, among others.

1:00pm-2:30pm

1L3313
English 102
3 hours

Elaine Phillips

This course will give students the opportunity to practice academic writing at an intermediate level. Special emphasis will be given to peer and professor editing. This course will also introduce students to the fundamental ideas of critical reading. Required for all first year students.

Prerequisite for this course is 1L3311 English Composition 101.

2:30pm-4:00pm*

1M2311
Music Appreciation
3 hours

This course is designed to help the student develop a basic appreciation of music. This course will examine three primary disciplines of music: the psychology of music, a historical survey of western music, and an introduction to ethnomusicology.

*day and time subject to change

Thursday

9:30am-11:00am

1P1321
Principles & Practice of Preaching
3 hours

Dr. Watson

This course is designed to give the student basic tools and a consistent process for developing and delivering biblical sermons based on a variety of texts. It will include ample opportunity for practice, evaluation, and reflection, providing a setting for gaining experience and confidence, as well as knowledge and skills.

11:00am-12pm

1M1311
Worship Leadership
3 hours

The objective of this course is to develop key skills for worship leadership in the local church, from planning and preparation to leadership and execution. The role of music, media, prayer, Scripture, proclamation, and other creative worship elements will be explored, all within the framework of developing a theologically and experientially coherent approach to the public gathering of God’s people.

1:00pm-2:30pm

1C1321
Basics of Family Dynamics
3 hours

Dr. McNaughton

In this course emphasis will be given to exploring the structures, strengths, problems, and needs of the family with attention given to consideration for the minister’s personal family. Ways in which the church can minister to families, singles, and seniors and skills for improving interpersonal relations in the family and in other social situations will be examined.

2:30-4:00pm

1T4311
World Religions
3 hours

This course is an introduction to the major religious traditions of the world, including their core beliefs, historical development, and contemporary expression. The course will include study of both Western and Eastern religious traditions as well as African and Native North American traditional religious beliefs.

Friday

8:00am-9:30am

1P3331
Spiritual Development
3 hours

Dr. McNaughton

This course introduces students to a basic theological method and addresses the major Christian beliefs of God, humanity, Christology, Holy Spirit, salvation, church and last things.

9:30am-11:00am

1L4311
Classics of Christian Literature
3 hours

Elaine Phillips

This course introduces students to the wealth of Christian literature through a survey of representative classics such as Augustine’s Confessions, Milton’s Paradise Lost, Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress, and various works by C. S. Lewis, among others.

11:00am-12:00pm

1M1311
Worship Leadership
3 hours

Dr. McNaughton

The objective of this course is to develop key skills for worship leadership in the local church, from planning and preparation to leadership and execution. The role of music, media, prayer, Scripture, proclamation, and other creative worship elements will be explored, all within the framework of developing a theologically and experientially coherent approach to the public gathering of God’s people.

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