Winter 2010 Class Schedule:
December 13, 2010 - December 31, 2010
PE299 - Special Topics in Sports
An intensive study of special topics which provide students an opportunity to study in areas of the discipline other than those listed in the catalog.
Spring 2011 Class Schedule
A Term - January 3, 2011 - February 27, 2011
B-Term - February 28, 2011 - April 24, 2011
BU115 - Introduction to Computers - A Term
BU211 - Principles of Accounting II - A Term
A course designed to continue the study of accounting principles introduced in BU210 with emphasis on accounting systems of partnerships and corporations, accounting concepts, and cost accounting.
Prerequisite: BU210 with C or higher
BU215 - Principles of Macroeconomics - A Term
An introduction to the basic concepts of macroeconomic theory. Topics include resourse utilization, mixed economies, calculation of GDP and national income, the business cycle, and classical, Keynesian and monetary economic theory.
Prerequisite: Completion of or exemption from MA099.
BU320 - Marketing - A Term
A course designed to study the factors that comprise the marketing mix including product, price, promotion and distribution. Prerequisite BU330.
BU335 - Organizational Behavior - B Term
The course provides an investigation into the core concepts of human behavior and industrial psychology. Coverage includes theories of motivation, leadership, negotiation and organizational design.
Prerequisite: BU 330
BU365 - Sports Facility Design and Management - B Term
The course educates students on the foundations of sports facility management.
BU400 - International Business - A Term
A course designed to study the unique problems of conducting global business inside and outside the United States.
BU405 - Corporate Taxes - B Term
This course surveys tax issues impacting corporations, partnerships and S Corps.
Prerequisites: BU 210 and BU 211
BU420 - Advertising - B Term
This course examines advertising as an element of the marketing mix. Topics include advertising techniques and production, media planning, research, appraisal, and effects of public opinion on the advertising industry.
CS103: New Testament - B Term
An examination of the New Testament with attention to its historical and literary character within the context of the ancient Mediterranean world focusing on God's dealings with humanity as he unfolds his plan for salvation. This course will also examine the New Testament's theologcial and practical significance for the church. A minor component of this course will be an introduction to critical issues regarding the New Testament.
CS141: Spiritual Formation - A Term
An introduction to the concepts and practices of Christian spiritual formation through a reading of spiritual classics and participation in a faculty-mentored group.
CS201: Hermeneutics - A Term
An introduction to the grammatical-historical method of interpretation with a focus on author-centered interpretation. Attention will be given to practical methodology and will examine genre, figures of speech, historical backgrounds, word studies, grammar and syntax, and resources for Bible study.
Prerequisites: EN 101 and CS 102 and CS 103
CS245 - History of Missions - B Term
An inquiry into the development of Christian missions with special emphasis on the development of modern missions beginning with William Carey.
CS251: Introduction to Missions and Evangelism - A Term
An introduction to the biblical, theological, and historic foundations of personal evangelism, North American missions, and international missions.
EN101: Composition - A Term
A writing course focusing on essays in the various patterns of exposition and including some grammar and usage review. One major goal of the course is to prepare the student to successfully complete state-mandated exams at the third-year level. Students must complete English 101 with a grade of C or better to enroll in any higher-numbered English course. Prerequisite: Appropriate score on the SAT, ACT or placement exam or completion of EN 099 with a C or higher
EN102: Composition and Literature - B Term
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.
The first of a two-course sequence providing a survey of representative selections of British literature. Emphasis is on reading, in historical context, selected works by major authors and critical analysis of these works in expository prose essays, research papers and/or oral reports.
Prerequisite: EN 102
The second of a two-course sequence providing a survey of representative selections of British literature. Emphasis is on reading, in historical context, selected works by major authors and critical analysis of these works in expository prose essays, research papers and/or oral reports.
HI201 - American History I - A Term
A survey of the development of the American nation and the state of Georgia from the Age of Discovery to 1865. This course or History 202 meets the Georgia legislative requirement for United States and Georgia history.
HE101 - Health and Wellness
The course provides a theoretical and practical analysis of the multiple dimensions of health and concepts of health promotion. Emphasis is placed on assessing one's personal health and decision-making based on goals, as well as community health concerns.
MA200 - Elementary Statistics - B Term
An introduction to descriptive and inferential statistics, frequency distributions and their graphic representation, measures of central tendency and variation, probability theory, the binomial distribution, the normal distribution, correlation and sampling.
Prerequisite: Completion or exemption of MA 102
PY210 - Psychology - B Term
A course designed to introduce the principles, methods and areas of research within the scientific discipline of psychology. Topics covered are research methods, learning, memory, perception, physiology and mental disorders. Emphasis is on the fundamental principles and theoretical bases underlying psychology.
PY220 - Human Growth and Development - B Term
A study of 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.
SP102 - Introductory Spanish II - A Term
An expansion of the fundamentals of the Spanish language emphasizing the structure and usage of the language and including a rapid review of Spanish grammar, irregular verbs and idioms. Prerequisite: SP 101 or appropriate score on placement exam.
Prerequisite: SP 101 or appropriate score on placement exam
SO210 - Sociology - B Term
An introduction to the sociological analysis of society, its origins, structure, change, and problems. Emphasis is on the nature of culture, social interaction, social groups, and social institutions.