Fall 2010 Class Schedule:
A Term - August 16,2010 - October 10, 2010
B-Term - October 18, 2010 - December 12, 2010
BU115 - Introduction to Computers - A Term
BU210 - Principles of Accounting I - A Term
A course designed to introduce and develop fundamental accounting principles taught on the basis of a balance sheet approach. The accounting cycle, including books of original entry through the post-closing trial balance, is introduced in the records of a professional person. The merchandise inventory and other adjustments such as depreciation, bad debts and accrued items are then presented.
BU216 - Principles of Microeconomics - B Term
An introduction to the basic concepts of microeconomic theory. Topics include supply and demand, defining and evaluating various market structures, income distribution and poverty, corporate mergers and antitrust, and international trade.
Prerequisite: Completion of or exemption from MA099
BU310 - Managerial Accounting - B Term
An accounting course designed to focus on management's use of accounting information. Topics include the budgeting process, variance analysis, and cost-volume-profit analysis.
Prerequisite: BU 211
BU315 - Financial Statement Analysis - B Term
This course educates students on the linkage between managerial decisions and the impact of these decision on the financial performance of the firms.
Prerequisite: BU210 and BU 211
BU340 - Corporate Finance - A Term
A course designed to introduce the theories and practice of business finance. Topics include long-term financial planning, valuation of future cash flows, project analysis and evaluation, and cost of capital.
BU362 - Sports in Society - B Term
The course educates students on the role of sports in society.
BU440 - Operations Management - A Term
A course designed to examine the production process. Topics include decision-making techniques, facility location and design, capacity planning, procurement, inventory management, product management and quality control.
CS102: Old Testament - A Term
An examination of the Old Testament with attention to its historical and litereary character within the context of the Ancient Near East focusing on God's dealings 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 Old Testament.
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.
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.
CS329: World Religions - A Term
An orientation to the world's religions and their basic tenets focusing on their founding, history, development, major beliefs, practices, and contemporary expressions incorporating a response from a Christian worldview.
CS330/HI330 - Baptist History - A Term
Baptist history to the present. Development of basic doctrine and polity will be discussed, as well as historically important Baptist men and women.
Prerequisite: Six hours from HI 101, HI 102, HI 201, HI 202 or permission of instructor.
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.
HI202 - American History II - B Term
A course designed to be a survey of the expansion and maturation of the American nation and the state of Georgia from the end of the Civil War to the present. This course, or HI 201, meets the Georgia legislative requirement for United States and Georgia history.
MA099 - Intermediate Algebra - A Term
A review of algebraic operations with polynomial and rational expressions, the solution of linear equations and inequalities, exponents, radicals and quadratics. Institutional credit only. Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in MA 98 or placement NOTE: Students who receive a grade of C or higher in this course are eligible to take MA 102.
MA102 - College Algebra - B Term
A study of algebra including absolute values, equations and inequalities, complex numbers, polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions and systems of equations. Prerequisite: MA 099 with a grade of C or better or placement.
MA109 - Trigonometry - B Term
A study of angles and arc lengths, trigonometric functions and their graphs, solutions of right and oblique triangles, inverse trigonometric functions, identities, trigonometric equations and applications.
Prerequisite: MA102 with a grade of C or better or placement
P0101 - American National Government - A Term
A survey of the United States Constitution and the federal government which it created and the relation of the branches and institutions of that government with states such as Georgia, with local government, and with the people. The ideas about human behavior and government that have shaped political practice in America are emphasized. Topics include current political issues and debate. This course meets the Georgia legislative requirements for the study of the United States and Georgia constitutions.
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.
SP 101 - Introductory Spanish I - A Term
An introduction to the fundamentals of the Spanish language. The course includes the study of grammar, reading, writing and conversational Spanish.
Prerequisite: Completion of or exemption from EN 099.
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