TMC Fall 2009 Online Course Descriptions
Session B - October 19 - December 11
BU211: Financial Accounting II
A course designed to continue the study of accounting principles introduced in BU 210 with emphasis on accounting systems of partnerships and corporations, accounting concepts, and cost accounting.
- Warren, Carl S., James E. Reeve, and Jonathan Duchac. Financial and Managerial Accounting. 10 ed. Mason, OH: South-Western, 2009.
CS102: Old Testament Survey
An examination of the Old Testament with attention to its historical and literary character within the context of the Ancient Near East focusing on God's dealing with humanity as he unfolds his plan for salvation. This course will also examine the Old Testament's theological and practical significance for the church. A minor component of this course will be an introduction to critical issues regarding the New Testament.
- Bill T. Arnold and Bryan E. Beyer. Encountering the Old Testament. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1999.
- The NIV Study Bible
EN102: Composition and Literature
An introduction to the analysis, interpretation and vocabulary of fiction, poetry and drama that continues students’ study of writing through expository essays, responses to essay test questions, and research papers. A major goal is to prepare the student to successfully complete research papers required in various disciplines throughout the remainder of the student’s college career. Prerequisite: EN 101 with a grade of a C or higher.
- Madden, D. A Pocketful of Prose: Vintage Short Fiction, Volume 1, Revised Edition. Australia: Thomson Wadsworth, 2006.
- Madden, D. A Pocketful of Prose: Vintage Short Fiction, Volume 2, Revised Edition. Australis: Thomson Wadsworth, 2006.
- Crichton, M. Jurassic Park. New York: Balantine Books, 1990.
- Golding, W. Lord of the Flies. New York: The Berkeley Publishing Group, 1954.
- Albom, M. Tuesdays with Morrie. New York: Broadway Books, 1997.
- Spark Notes. No Fear Shakespeare:MacBeth. New York, Spark Notes, 2003.
PY220 - Human Growth and Development
A course designed to acquaint the student with the concepts, theories and research in developmental psychology. The study of human development encompasses the physical, psychological and social changes as they occur throughout the lifespan. Life stages from prenatal development through adulthood including perspectives on aging and death will be covered.
Seifert, Hoffnung & Hoffnung, 2nd Ed., Lifespan Development, Houghton Mifflin Co., 2000.