Course Information

 

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Astronomy (Spanish) (ASTR2301)

Credits:3

Una introducción a la Astronomía moderna, con énfasis en el desarrollo del sistema planetario, estelar y galáctico. El estudio de las observaciones y leyes físicas que conducen a los astrónomos a nuestra comprensión actual del universo. Nota: Esta clase sustituye a BIOL 2301 Anatomía y Fisiología en el programa de Asociado en Estudios Bíblicos en Español.

Old Testament 1: Creation - David (BI 101)

Credits:3

OT Survey: Creation - David (BI 101)

Credits:3

FAll, 2008 - Laura Hamilton created a duplicate course for this subject - ljg

OT Lit Surv:Creation-David Spanish (BI 101)

Credits:3

OT Lit Surv: Creat-David Ind. Study (BI 101)

Credits:3

OT Lit Surv: Solomon-Mal Ind. Study (BI 102)

Credits:3

OT Lit Surv:Solomon-Malachi Spanish (BI 102)

Credits:3

OT Survey: Solomon - Malachi (BI 102)

Credits:3

Fall, 2008 - Laura Hamilton created a duplicate record for this course. ljg

Old Testament 2: Solomon - Malachi (BI 102)

Credits:3

Worship in Israel (BI 112)

Credits:1

The Book of Genesis (BI 113)

Credits:1

Minor Prophets (BI 114)

Credits:1

Unlocking Key Biblical Words (BI 149)

Credits:1

Unlocking Key Biblical Words (NC) (BI 150)

Credits:0

The Book of Job (BI 154)

Credits:1

A Study of Ruth and Esther (BI 155)

Credits:1

Book of Proverbs (BI 157)

Credits:1

Book of Ecclesiastes (BI 158)

Credits:1

Book of Isaiah (BI 160)

Credits:1

Book of Daniel (BI 161)

Credits:1

The Book of Romans (BI 162)

Credits:1

Survey of Romans (BI 162)

Credits:1

Book of Hebrews (BI 163)

Credits:1

Song of Solomon (BI 183)

Credits:1

Esther: Reign Under God's Umbrella (BI 190)

Credits:1

The Book of Daniel and Revelation (BI 191)

Credits:1

NT Survey: The Gospels (BI 201)

Credits:3

Fall, 2008 - Laura Hamilton created a new course record for this subject. ljg

New Testament I: The Gospels (DVD) (BI 201)

Credits:3

New Testament 1: The Gospels (Spanish) (BI 201)

Credits:3

New Testament 1: The Gospels (BI 201)

Credits:3

NT Lit. Surv: Gospels Ind. Study (BI 201)

Credits:3

NT Lit Sur:ActsandPaul Epis Ind Study (BI 202)

Credits:3

New Test 2: Acts & Pauline Epistles (Spanish) (BI 202)

Credits:3

New Testament 2: Acts and Pauline Epistles (BI 202)

Credits:3

NT Survey: Acts and Pauline Epistles (BI 202)

Credits:3

Fall, 2008 - Laura Hamilton created a duplicate course for this subject. ljf

NT Surv: Gen Epistles and Revelat (BI 203)

Credits:3

Fall, 2008 - Laura Hamilton created a duplicate course record - ljg

New Testament 3:Gen Epistles & Revelation (BI 203)

Credits:3

NT Lit Sur: Gen Epis-Rev Ind Study (BI 203)

Credits:3

NT Lit Survey:Gen Epis and Rev-Span (BI 203)

Credits:3

The Book of Acts (BI 212)

Credits:0

The Book of 1 Peter and/or James (BI 213)

Credits:1

The Parables of Christ (BI 214)

Credits:1

Special Issues in Second Peter (BI 215)

Credits:2

Prison Epistles (BI 216)

Credits:1

Petrine Epistles (BI 217)

Credits:1

The Big Picture (BI 222)

Credits:1

1 Corinthians (BI 260)

Credits:3

The Book of Romans (BI 262)

Credits:1

The Book of Matthew - DVD (BI 263)

Credits:1

The Gospel of John (BI 284)

Credits:1

Book of Revelation (BI 290)

Credits:1

Israel Study Tour - Part 1 (BI 299)

Credits:3

Israel Study Tour - Part 2 (BI 299)

Credits:3

Olt Testament 2 (BI102)

Credits:3

Wisdom Literature (BIBL1213)

Credits:2

An exposition of the Old Testament poetic and wisdom literature Job-Song of Solomon. Special emphasis will be placed on the relationship between Israelite poetry and that of the Ancient Near East. Suggested Prerequisite: BIBL 1301

Wisdom Literature (Spanish) (BIBL1213)

Credits:2

Una exposición de la literatura poética y de sabiduría (Job-Cantares). Se hace un énfasis especial en la relación entre la poesía israelita y la del antiguo oriente cercano.

Wisdom Literature (Distance Ed) (BIBL1213)

Credits:2

Wisdom Literature (Spanish - Distance Ed.) (BIBL1213)

Credits:2

Pentateuch (Spanish-Distance Education) (BIBL1311)

Credits:3

Pentateuch (Distance Ed) (BIBL1311)

Credits:3

Pentateuch (Spanish) (BIBL1311)

Credits:3

Pentateuch (BIBL1311)

Credits:3

An exposition of the Pentateuch Genesis-Deuteronomy. Special emphasis will be placed on the documentary hypothesis JEDP theory and theories regarding the origin of the universe. Suggested Prerequisite: BIBL 1301.

Historical Literature (BIBL1312)

Credits:3

An exposition of the Old Testament historical literature Joshua-Esther. Special emphasis will be placed on the historical, social, and cultural backgrounds of the Old Testament period. Suggested Prerequisite: BIBL 1301.

Historical Literature (Spanish) (BIBL1312)

Credits:3

Una exposición de la literatura histórica del Antiguo Testamento (Josué-Ester). Se hace un énfasis especial en los antecedentes históricos, sociales y culturales del período del Antiguo Testamento.

Historical Literature (Distance Education) (BIBL1312)

Credits:3

The Gospels (Distance Education) (BIBL1321)

Credits:3

The Gospels (Distance Education) Spanish (BIBL1321)

Credits:3

The Gospels (Spanish) (BIBL1321)

Credits:3

The Gospels (BIBL1321)

Credits:3

An exposition of the Gospels Matthew-John. Special emphasis will be placed on the intertestamental period and the synoptic problem. This class was formerly BI201. Suggested Prerequisite: BIBL 1301

Acts & Pauline Epistles (BIBL1322)

Credits:3

An exposition of Acts and Paul’s letters Romans-Philemon. Special emphasis will be placed on the chronology of Paul’s life. This class was formerly BI 202. Suggested Prerequisite: BIBL 1301

Acts & Pauline Epistles (Spanish) (BIBL1322)

Credits:3

Una exposición de Hechos y las cartas de Pablo Romanos- Filemón. Se hace un énfasis especial en la cronología de la vida de Pablo. Esta clase se denominaba anteriormente BI 202.

Acts & Pauline Epistles (Distance Education) (BIBL1322)

Credits:3

General Epistles and Revelation (Distance Education) (BIBL1323)

Credits:3

General Epistles & Revelation (Spanish) (BIBL1323)

Credits:3

General Epistles & Revelation (BIBL1323)

Credits:3

An exposition of the New Testament General Epistles Hebrews- Jude and Revelation. Special emphasis will be placed on the authorship of Hebrews, the canonicity of 2 Peter, and the dating of Revelation. This class was formerly BI 203. Suggested Prerequisite: BIBL 1301

Prophets (BIBL1414)

Credits:4

An exposition of the Old Testament prophetic literature Isaiah- Malachi. Special emphasis will be placed on the chronology of the prophetic period. Suggested Prerequisite: BIBL 1301

Prophets (Spanish) (BIBL1414)

Credits:4

Prophets (Distance Education) (BIBL1414)

Credits:4

14 weeks

Prophets (Spanish-Distance Education) (BIBL1414)

Credits:4

Special Issues in OT:PoeticWis Lit (BIBL3212)

Credits:2

New Testament Introduction (BIBL3221)

Credits:2

Biblical Interpretation (BIBL3301)

Credits:3

A directed study of the principles of the literal-grammatical- historical system of biblical interpretation, with guided practice in using those principles in interpreting representative passages.

Biblical Interpretation (Spanish) (BIBL3301)

Credits:3

Biblical Interpretation (Distance Ed) (BIBL3301)

Credits:3

Special Issues in the Pentateuch (Distance Education) (BIBL3311)

Credits:3

Special Issues in the Pentateuch (Spanish) (BIBL3311)

Credits:3

Special Issues in the Pentateuch (BIBL3311)

Credits:3

Special Issues in OT: Historical Literature (Ind.Stud) (BIBL3311)

Credits:3

A directed study of special issues found in the historical books of the Old Testament Genesis through Esther with emphasis on the unfolding of God’s redemptive plan through the nation and people of Israel. Includes analysis and synthesis of each book, discovering the biblical theology of each document, in-depth discussion of several key theological motifs as well as study of the cultural, social, political, historical, archaeological and geographical backgrounds of the period.

Special Issues in the Historical and Wisdom Literature (BIBL3312)

Credits:3

Spec Issues in OT:Poetic&Wisdom Literature (BIBL3312)

Credits:3

A directed study examining the special issues found in Old Testament wisdom literature Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Solomon with emphasis on wisdom issues. Includes analysis and synthesis of each book, identification of unique characteristics of each book, discussion of various keys to interpretation, discovery of the biblical theology of each document and insight as to how the practical wisdom found in each book can be applied to life.

Special Issues in the Historical and Wisdom Literature (Spanish) (BIBL3312)

Credits:3

Special Issues in the Historical and Wisdom Literature (Distance Education) (BIBL3312)

Credits:3

Special Issues in the Prophets (Spanish) (BIBL3313)

Credits:3

Special Issues in the Prophetic Literature (Distance Education) (BIBL3313)

Credits:3

Special Issues in the Prophets (BIBL3313)

Credits:3

Special Issues in Prophetic Literature (BIBL3313)

Credits:3

Special Issues in OT: Prophetic Literature - Ind. Stud. (BIBL3313)

Credits:3

A directed study examining the special issues found in Old Testament prophetic literature with emphasis on the unique role of the prophets in the progression of revelation. Includes analysis and synthesis of each book, discovery of the biblical theology of each document, in-depth discussion of several key theological motifs, analysis of the religious, social and political messages delivered by the prophets as well as study of the cultural, social, political, historical, archaeological and geographical backgrounds of the period.

Special Issues in the Gospels (BIBL3321)

Credits:3

Special Issues in the Gospels (Spanish) (BIBL3321)

Credits:3

Special Issues in the Gospels (Distance Education) (BIBL3321)

Credits:3

Special Issues in the Acts and Pauline Epistles (Spanish) (BIBL3322)

Credits:3

Special Issues in the Acts and Pauline Epistles (Distance Education) (BIBL3322)

Credits:3

Special Issues in Acts and Pauline Epistles (BIBL3322)

Credits:3

Special Issues in General Epistles and Revelation (BIBL3323)

Credits:3

Special Issues in General Epistles and Revelation (Spanish) (BIBL3323)

Credits:3

Special Issues in General Epistles and Revelation (Distance Education) (BIBL3323)

Credits:3

Ephesians (BIBL3331)

Credits:3

Luke and Acts (BIBL3332)

Credits:3

An exposition of the Gospel of Luke and Acts. Special emphasis will be placed on the birth narratives of John the Baptist and Jesus Christ and Pentecost.

Luke and Acts (Distance Education) (BIBL3332)

Credits:3

Upper Level Bible Elective

Daniel and Revelation (BIBL3334)

Credits:3

Women in the Bible (Distance Education) (BIBL3343)

Credits:3

Women in the Bible (BIBL3343)

Credits:3

Field Study of the Bible (BIBL3398)

Credits:3

Special Issues in OT:Historical Lit (BIBL3411)

Credits:4

Old Testament Introduction (BIBL4311)

Credits:3

Romans (BIBL4322)

Credits:3

Advanced Hermeneutics (BIBL4331)

Credits:3

Advanced Hermeneutics (Distance Education) (BIBL4331)

Credits:3

Applied Biblical Research Project (BIBL4607)

Credits:3

Anatomy and Physiology (Distance Ed) (BIOL2301)

Credits:3

Anatomy and Physiology (BIOL2301)

Credits:3

This course provides an overview of the structure and function of the human body.

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 (BSL-32)

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 (BSL-33)

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 (BSL-40)

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Accounting: Transfer Credit (CBSACCT)

Credits:0

Anthropology: Transfer Credit (CBSANTH)

Credits:0

Arts: Transfer Credit (CBSARTS)

Credits:0

Bible: Transfer Credit (CBSBIBL)

Credits:0

Anatomy & Physiology: Transfer Credit (CBSBIOL)

Credits:0

Natural Science: Transfer Credit (CBSCHEM)

Credits:0

Computer Science: Transfer Credit (CBSCOMP)

Credits:0

Culture: Transfer Credit (CBSCULT)

Credits:0

Economics: Transfer Credit (CBSECON)

Credits:0

English Composition: Transfer Credit (CBSENG1)

Credits:3

English Composition 2 Transfer Credit (CBSENG2)

Credits:3

Foreign Language Transfer Credit (CBSFLANG)

Credits:0

Fine Arts: Transfer Credit (CBSFNART)

Credits:0

French: Transfer Credit (CBSFREN)

Credits:0

Gen Education Elective: Transfer Credit (CBSGENED)

Credits:3

General Elective: Transfer Credit (CBSGENEL)

Credits:3

Government: Transfer Credit (CBSGOVT)

Credits:0

Human Development: Transfer Credit (CBSHDEV)

Credits:0

American History: Transfer Credit (CBSHIST)

Credits:3

Western Civilization: Transfer Credit (CBSHISTII)

Credits:3

Humanities: Transfer Credit (CBSHUMA)

Credits:0

Humanties II: Transfer Credit (CBSHUMA II)

Credits:0

Literature: Transfer Credit (CBSLIT)

Credits:3

Logic: Transfer Credit (CBSLOGIC)

Credits:0

Mathematics: Transfer Credit (CBSMATH)

Credits:3

Music: Transfer Credit (CBSMUSI)

Credits:0

Natural Science: Transfer Credit (CBSNSCI)

Credits:3

Elective History: Transfer Credit (CBSOHIST)

Credits:3

Philosophy: Transfer Credit (CBSPHIL)

Credits:3

Physics: Transfer Credit (CBSPHYS)

Credits:0

Psychology: Transfer Credit (CBSPSYC)

Credits:0

Religion: Transfer Credit (CBSRELI)

Credits:0

Research and Writing: Transfer Credit (CBSREWR)

Credits:3

Sociology: Transfer Credit (CBSSOCI)

Credits:0

Social Sciences: Transfer Credit (CBSSOSC)

Credits:0

Spanish: Transfer Credit (CBSSPAN)

Credits:0

Speech: Transfer Credit (CBSSPCH)

Credits:3

Statistics: Transfer Credit (CBSSTAT)

Credits:0

Theater: Transfer Credit (CBSTHEA)

Credits:0

Metodos de Estudio Biblico (CE 102)

Credits:0

English Comp. II (CLEP 2)

Credits:3

Introduction to Computing (Distance Education) (COSC1317)

Credits:3

Computer Science Proficiency Exam (COSC1317)

Credits:3

Introduction to Computing (Spanish) (COSC1317)

Credits:3

Una reseña de los conceptos de computación y sus aplicaciones, las necesidades de información en el área comercial y sistemas de información. Se examinará el soporte físico y software de las microcomputadoras y se impartirá instrucción sobre el uso del sistema operativo, el procesamiento de texto, hojas de cálculo y software de gestión de base de datos. Esta clase se denominaba anteriormente GE 504.

Introduction to Computing (COSC1317)

Credits:3

An overview of computer concepts and their applications, and how they are implemented for use in business and information systems. This class will focus on microcomputer hardware and software, with special emphasis on the use of the operating system, text processing, spreadsheets, and database management software. This class was formerly GE 504.

Elective - 1 Credit Hour (ELECT 1)

Credits:1

Elective - 2 Credit Hours (ELECT 2)

Credits:2

Elective - 3 Credit Hours (ELECT 3)

Credits:3

Elective - 4 Credit Hours (ELECT 4)

Credits:4

Elective - 5 Credit Hours (ELECT 5)

Credits:5

Elective - 6 Credit Hours (ELECT 6)

Credits:6

Elective - .67 Credit Hours (ELECT.67)

Credits:0.67

Elective - 1.33 Credit Hours (ELECT1.3)

Credits:1.33

Elective - 1.5 Credit Hours (ELECT1.5)

Credits:1.5

Elective - 2.5 Credit Hours (ELECT2.5)

Credits:2.5

Elective - 5.5 Credit Hours (ELECT5.5)

Credits:5.5

Developmental English (ENGL0113)

Credits:1

Developmental English I (Distance Ed) (ENGL0113)

Credits:1

Developmental English 2 (Distance Ed) (ENGL0114)

Credits:1

Developmental Reading 2 (Distance Education) (ENGL0304)

Credits:3

Developmental English 1 (ENGL0313)

Credits:3

Developmental English 1 (Distance Education) (ENGL0313)

Credits:3

Developmental English 2 (Distance Education) (ENGL0314)

Credits:3

Developmental English 2 (ENGL0314)

Credits:3

English Composition I (Distance Ed) (ENGL1301)

Credits:3

English Composition 1 (ENGL1301)

Credits:3

This course prepares students to organize and discuss well-developed essays. The student will begin to apply principles for scholarly research in order to develop basic essays. Special emphasis will be placed on research and grammar. This class was formerly GE 501.

English Composition 2 (ENGL1302)

Credits:3

This course equips students to write well-developed, descriptive, persuasive and argumentative essays. Special emphasis will be placed on rhetorical modes of discourse and principles for scholarly research. This class was formerly GE 502. Prerequisite: ENGL 1301

English Composition 2 (Distance Education) (ENGL1302)

Credits:3

Fundamentals of Speech (Distance Education) (ENGL1311)

Credits:3

Fundamentals of Speech (ENGL1311)

Credits:3

This course is designed to teach basics of effective oral, public communication. Each student will prepare and present a variety of public speaking activities. This class will also place special emphasis on communication theory and development of listening skills. This class was formerly GE 503.

Research and Writing (ENGL2312)

Credits:3

Research and Writing (Distance Education) (ENGL2312)

Credits:3

African American Literary Traditions (ENGL2330)

Credits:3

Literary Traditions (ENGL2332)

Credits:3

This course is designed to study the major modes of writing including epic, tragedy, comedy, and novel.

Advanced Research and Writing (ENGL3330)

Credits:3

This advanced research and writing course equips students to access efficiently and accurately research tools in order to write summaries, expositions, arguments and literary analyses. Moreover, this class focuses on important principles and practices for scholarly research.

Advanced Research and Writing (Distance Ed) (ENGL3330)

Credits:3

Effective Church Lesdershp (GE 495)

Credits:3

English Writing LAB (GE 499)

Credits:1

English Composition I (GE 501)

Credits:3

English Comp I - Test (GE 501)

Credits:3

English Comp 2 - Test (GE 502)

Credits:3

English Composition 2 (GE 502)

Credits:3

Fundamentals of Speech (GE 503)

Credits:3

Basic Computer Science (GE 504)

Credits:3

Basic Computer Science (Spanish) (GE 504)

Credits:3

Basic Computer Science Test (GE 504)

Credits:3

Western Civilization 1 (GE 505)

Credits:3

Western Civilization 2 (GE 506)

Credits:3

Expository Preaching (GE 507)

Credits:3

Expository Preaching 2 (GE 508)

Credits:3

History & Geography of the New Testament (GE 509)

Credits:3

Expository Preaching: Narrative Literature (GE 510)

Credits:3

Ex. Preaching: Narritive Ind. Study (GE 510)

Credits:3

Exp. Preaching-Epis Lit Ind Study (GE 511)

Credits:3

Expository Preaching: Epistolary Li (GE 511)

Credits:3

Expository Preaching: Prov/Psalms (GE 512)

Credits:3

Expository Preaching (Spanish) (GE 512)

Credits:3

Ex. Preaching:Prov.and Ps.-Spanish (GE 512)

Credits:0

Expository Preaching: Biographical Literature (GE 513)

Credits:3

College Algebra - Indep. Study (GE 513)

Credits:3

Expository Preaching Lab - Spanish (GE 514)

Credits:3

Selected Topics in Church History (GE 524)

Credits:1

Hist.of Christianity-1st-16th Cen. (GE 525)

Credits:3

Hist. of Christianity: 1st Century Ind. Study (GE 525)

Credits:3

Church History 2 (Independent Study) (GE 526)

Credits:3

History of Christianity 2 (GE 526)

Credits:3

Developing a Christian World View (GE 527)

Credits:3

Church History III - Independent Study (GE 528)

Credits:3

Origin Science (GE 555)

Credits:3

Principles of American Politics (GE 560)

Credits:3

Intro PowerPoint for Biblical Pres (GE 570)

Credits:3

Peter and Paul:Historical Perspective (GE 580)

Credits:1

Basic Computers - Spanish (GE 590)

Credits:0

Historical Geography of Israel (Spanish) (GE 591)

Credits:3

Historical Geography of Israel (GE 591)

Credits:3

Basic Nutrition Science (GE 599)

Credits:3

Steward Your College Experience (GNED1301)

Credits:3

Only Gateway students may enroll.

Steward Your College Experience (Spanish) (GNED1301)

Credits:3

Steward Your College Experience (Distance Education) (GNED1301)

Credits:3

Personal and Professional Development (GNED2301)

Credits:3

Personal and Professional Development (SPAN-Online) (GNED2301)

Credits:3

Personal and Professional Development (Distance Education) (GNED2301)

Credits:3

Principles of American Politics (Distance Education) (GOVT2301)

Credits:3

Principles of American Politics (GOVT2301)

Credits:3

This course traces the American historical foundation from the American Revolution through today. Topics include American government, federalism, democracy, Congress, the presidency, the judiciary, political economy, political parties, interest groups, the media and civil rights. The course includes readings from the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution. The course defines the term “government,” and identifies the institutions and processes of government in the United States, Texas, and Houston. The course helps students to understand how these institutions were established and how they affect the lives they govern. This class was formerly GE 560.

Principles of American Politics (Spanish) (GOVT2301)

Credits:3

Este curso detalla la fundación histórica estadounidense desde la Revolución Estadounidense hasta el movimiento de los derechos civiles. Esta clase cubre específicamente la historia del gobierno y constitución de los Estados Unidos, su democracia, congreso, presidencia, sistema judicial y los derechos civiles. Esta clase se concentra en la lectura de: la Declaración de Independencia, la Constitución de los Estados Unidos, los Documentos Federalistas y discursos seleccionados. Además, este curso define el término “gobierno” e identifica las instituciones y procesos del gobierno civil estadounidense en los Estados Unidos y Texas. El curso ayuda a los estudiantes a entender como fueron establecidas estas instituciones y como afectan las vidas dichas entidades gobiernan. Esta clase se denominaba anteriormente GE 560.

Introduction to Public Policy (GOVT2311)

Credits:3

Texas Politics (GOVT2321)

Credits:3

Introduction to Greek Tools (GREE2301)

Credits:3

Greek 1 (GREE2311)

Credits:3

Greek 2 (GREE2312)

Credits:3

A continuation of Greek 1 that places special emphasis on verbals and irregular verbs. Required Prerequisite: GREE 2311

Introduction to Greek Tools (GREE3301)

Credits:3

Introduction to Greek Tools (Distance Education) (GREE3301)

Credits:3

Greek 3 (GREE3311)

Credits:3

Greek 4 Syntax and Word Studies (GREE3312)

Credits:3

The 7 Laws of the Learner (HBI7LAWS)

Credits:0

Non-Credit Summer Course

Advanced Preaching (HBIADVPR)

Credits:0

Church History II (HBIBHIS2)

Credits:0

Old Testament Survey I (HBIBI113)

Credits:3

New Test. Surv: The Gospels (HBIBI121)

Credits:3

Old Testament Prophets (HBIBI122)

Credits:2

Old Testament Survey II (HBIBI123)

Credits:2

New Testament Literature I (HBIBI126)

Credits:3

New Testament Literature II (HBIBI127)

Credits:3

New Testament Literature III (HBIBI128)

Credits:3

The Book of Genesis (HBIBI132)

Credits:2

The Book of Genesis (HBIBI133)

Credits:3

Prison Epistles and Pastoral Epistles (HBIBI137)

Credits:3

Bible Study Methods (HBIBI143)

Credits:3

Charismatic Theology: 1 Corinthians (HBIBI145)

Credits:3

I and II Corinthians (HBIBI152)

Credits:2

Job and Prob of Faith,Sufferingand Evil (HBIBI153)

Credits:3

Book of Proverbs (HBIBI157)

Credits:1

The Gospel of Luke (HBIBI160)

Credits:3

The Gospel of John (HBIBI161)

Credits:3

Daniel (HBIBI162)

Credits:2

Bible Prophecy and the Middle East (HBIBI163)

Credits:0

The Pastoral Epistles (HBIBI164)

Credits:2

The Gospel of John (HBIBI165)

Credits:2

The Epistles of John (1,2 and 3 John) (HBIBI166)

Credits:2

Hebrews (HBIBI167)

Credits:2

Old Testament Poetry (HBIBI168)

Credits:2

Daniel/Revelation (HBIBI169)

Credits:3

Romans (HBIBI172)

Credits:2

The Book of Romans (HBIBI173)

Credits:3

Book of Psalms (HBIBI182)

Credits:2

Beginning Again (HBIBI185)

Credits:1

Romans and Prison Epistles (HBIBI200)

Credits:3

Old Testament Literature I (HBIBI201)

Credits:3

Old Testament Literature II (HBIBI202)

Credits:3

Old Testament Literature III (HBIBI203)

Credits:3

The Book of Galatians (HBIBI211)

Credits:3

New Testament Survey I (HBIBI213)

Credits:3

The Books of 1 Peter and James (HBIBI214)

Credits:2

Church of Ephesians for World Today (HBIBI215)

Credits:1

Job:Problem of Faith,SufferingandEvil (HBIBI216)

Credits:1

The Book of Revelation (HBIBI219)

Credits:1

OT Survey: Creation - David (HBIBI220)

Credits:3

OT Survey: Genesis - Esther (HBIBI221)

Credits:3

Exodus - Deuteronomy (HBIBI222)

Credits:2

New Testament Survey II (HBIBI223)

Credits:3

NT Surv: Acts and Pauline Epistles (HBIBI224)

Credits:3

OT Survey: Job - Song of Solomon (HBIBI225)

Credits:3

NT Surv:Gen EpistlesandRevelation (HBIBI226)

Credits:3

OT Survey: Solomon - Malachi (HBIBI227)

Credits:3

Bible Study Methods (HBIBI241)

Credits:3

Matthew (HBIBI242)

Credits:2

Advanced Biblical Interpretation (HBIBI243)

Credits:3

Old Testament Word Studies (HBIBI250)

Credits:1

Poetic Books (HBIBI252)

Credits:0

Galatians and James (HBIBI262)

Credits:2

Pastoral Epistles (HBIBI263)

Credits:2

The Prophecy of Daniel (HBIBI264)

Credits:0

The Prison Epistles (HBIBI265)

Credits:3

NT Greek for English Readers (HBIBI266)

Credits:1

Introduction to Greek Exegesis (HBIBI267)

Credits:3

Elementary New Testament Greek I (HBIBI268)

Credits:3

Elementary New Testament Greek II (HBIBI269)

Credits:3

The Book of Hebrews (HBIBI321)

Credits:3

The Big Picture (HBIBI322)

Credits:2

The BIG Picture (HBIBI323)

Credits:1

The Book of Revelation (HBIBI342)

Credits:3

The Books of Daniel and Revelation (HBIBI390)

Credits:3

Bible Survey (HBIBISUR)

Credits:0

Greek I (HBIBL213)

Credits:0

Greek I (HBIBL215)

Credits:3

Beginning New Testament Greek I (HBIBL216)

Credits:0

Beginning New Testament Greek I (HBIBL217)

Credits:0

Biblical Preaching (HBIBPREA)

Credits:0

Non-Credit Summer Course

Christian/Biblical Counseling (HBICCOUS)

Credits:2

Surv of ChristianEd in Local Church (HBICE101)

Credits:3

Introduction to Chemical Addiction (HBICHADD)

Credits:0

Chruch History I (HBICHIS1)

Credits:0

Christian Education (HBICHRED)

Credits:0

The Computer and the Ministry (HBICMIN)

Credits:0

Non-Credit Summer Course

Effective Communication of God's Wd (HBICO111)

Credits:0

Non-Credit Course

Homiletics I (HBICO113)

Credits:0

English Language and Literature I (HBICO180)

Credits:3

English Language and Literature II (HBICO181)

Credits:3

Speech (HBICO213)

Credits:3

Conflict Management and Church Growth (HBICONMG)

Credits:0

Non-Credit Summer Course

Counseling (HBICOUNS)

Credits:0

Dynamics of Spiritual Growth (HBIDYNSG)

Credits:0

English 113B (HBIEN113)

Credits:3

English 132 (HBIEN132)

Credits:0

Non-Credit Summer Course

English Grammar and Intro to Writing (HBIENGGR)

Credits:3

Financial Wisdom (HBIFINWS)

Credits:0

Non-Credit Summer Course

A Study of Galatians in the Greek NT (HBIGAL)

Credits:0

Non-credit summer course.

English Grammar (HBIGE501)

Credits:3

Dynamics of Speech (HBIGE502)

Credits:3

Expository Preaching I (HBIGE503)

Credits:3

English Composition (HBIGE504)

Credits:3

Expository Preaching II (HBIGE505)

Credits:3

Historical Geography of Israel (HBIGE591)

Credits:1

Spiritual Gifts (HBIGIFTS)

Credits:0

Non-Credit Summer Course

Study Greek NT for English Readers (HBIGNTER)

Credits:0

Greek (Summer Non-Credit) (HBIGREEK)

Credits:0

Hebrew (Summer Non-Credit) (HBIHEBR)

Credits:0

Church History (HBIHS125)

Credits:1

Church History (HBIHS126)

Credits:2

Church History (HBIHS127)

Credits:3

How to Teach Children (HBIHTTC)

Credits:0

Marriage and the Family (HBIHU103)

Credits:2

Marriage and Family (HBIHU104)

Credits:3

Developing Godly Character (HBIHU110)

Credits:1

Dealing with Irregular People (HBIHU125)

Credits:1

Biblical Counseling (HBIHU162)

Credits:2

Biblical Counseling (HBIHU162)

Credits:3

Biblical Counseling (HBIHU163)

Credits:3

Biblical Counseling: Discipleship (HBIHU164)

Credits:4

Growth Lines:Dyn-Living Healed Life (HBIHU290)

Credits:3

Inspiration/Inerrancy (HBIINSPR)

Credits:0

Non-Credit Summer Course

Introduction to Bible Doctrine (HBIINTBD)

Credits:0

Introduction to Church Music (HBIINTMU)

Credits:0

Non-Credit Summer Course

A Study of James in the Greek NT (HBIJAMES)

Credits:0

Non-credit summer course.

The Kingdom of God (HBIKINGD)

Credits:0

Non-Credit Summer Course

English Grammar (HBILL103)

Credits:3

Dynamics of Speech (HBILL105)

Credits:3

English Grammar (HBILL113)

Credits:3

English (HBILL113)

Credits:3

English Composition (HBILL123)

Credits:3

College Reading (HBILL133)

Credits:0

Developmental English (HBILL153)

Credits:3

Ministry in the 2000's (HBIM2000)

Credits:0

Non-Credit Summer Course

Ministry, Evangelism and Discipleship (HBIMN201)

Credits:2

Ministry, Evangelism and Discipleship (HBIMN202)

Credits:3

Min, Evang, Discip:Spec Internship (HBIMN204)

Credits:3

Biblical Discipleship (HBIMS210)

Credits:1

Principles of Teaching (HBIMS222)

Credits:1

Principles of Teaching I (HBIMS223)

Credits:2

Principles of Teaching 2 (HBIMS224)

Credits:2

Principles of Teaching 2: The Lab (HBIMS225)

Credits:3

Bible Study Methods (HBIMS401)

Credits:3

Biblical Counseling (HBIMS405)

Credits:3

Foundations of Spiritual Life (HBIMS406)

Credits:2

Surv of ChristianEd in Local Church (HBIMS411)

Credits:3

Witnessing to the Muslim World (HBIMS431)

Credits:1

Elementary New Testament Greek I (HBIMS464)

Credits:3

Elementary New Testament Greek II (HBIMS466)

Credits:3

Growth Lines:Dyn Living Healed Life (HBIMS490)

Credits:3

Christian Service Program (CSP) (HBIMS599)

Credits:0

Music and Worship in the Local Church (HBIMUSIC)

Credits:0

Non-Credit Summer Course

Old Testament Word Studies (HBIOTWS)

Credits:0

Non-Credit Summer Course

Personal Evangelism (HBIPA113)

Credits:3

Parables (HBIPARAB)

Credits:0

Pastoral Counseling (HBIPCOUS)

Credits:0

Principles of Discipleship (HBIPDISC)

Credits:0

Non-Credit Summer Course

Principles and Practice of Preaching (HBIPM121)

Credits:2

Principles and Practices of Preaching (HBIPM122)

Credits:3

Pastoral Workshop (HBIPM222)

Credits:2

Preaching Workshop (HBIPREACH)

Credits:0

Proverbs (HBIPROVB)

Credits:0

Introduction to Human Development (HBIPS113)

Credits:3

Introduction to Psychology (HBIPS123)

Credits:0

Psalms (HBIPSALM)

Credits:0

The Sermon on the Mount (HBISERMO)

Credits:0

Spanish - San Marcos (HBISPAN)

Credits:0

Genesis (In Spanish) (HBISPGEN)

Credits:0

Isaias (Isaiah in Spanish) (HBISPISA)

Credits:0

Spiritual Lifeand Bible Study Methods (HBISPLIF)

Credits:0

Marriage and Family (HBISS122)

Credits:2

Success in the 80s-A Biblical Persp (HBISUC80)

Credits:0

Non-Credit Summer Course

Teacher Training: Howto teach Child (HBITEACH)

Credits:0

World Religions (HBITH109)

Credits:1

Church Government (HBITH111)

Credits:1

Listening to the God who Speaks (HBITH112)

Credits:1

Theology Survey I (HBITH113)

Credits:3

Doctrinal Summary (HBITH120)

Credits:3

Confronting the Cults (HBITH121)

Credits:1

The Will of God (HBITH122)

Credits:1

Theology Survey II (HBITH123)

Credits:3

Theology Survey 3 (HBITH133)

Credits:3

Living in an Upside-Down World (HBITH134)

Credits:1

Living in an Upside Down World 2 (HBITH135)

Credits:1

The Doctrine of HELL (HBITH163)

Credits:1

Apologetics (HBITH212)

Credits:2

Apologetics (HBITH213)

Credits:3

Theo Surv:Doc Bible,God,andChrist (HBITH221)

Credits:3

Theo Surv:Doc Man,SinandSalvation (HBITH222)

Credits:3

Theo Surv:Doc Ang,HS,ChandProph (HBITH223)

Credits:3

Foundations of Spiritual Life (HBITH262)

Credits:2

Principles and Practice of Prayer (HBITH333)

Credits:1

Dispensationalism and Covenant Theol (HBITH351)

Credits:1

Origins: Creation or Evolution? (HBITH365)

Credits:3

Cults and the Occult (HBITH422)

Credits:2

Introduction to Theology (HBITHEOL)

Credits:0

Non-Credit Summer Course

Responding to Touch Questions (HBITOUGH)

Credits:0

Responding to tough questions regarding the Christian Faith. Non-Credit Summer Course

Walk through the Bible (HBIWALK)

Credits:0

Will of God (HBIWILLG)

Credits:0

Non-Credit Summer Course

Youth Ministry (HBIYOUTH)

Credits:0

Non-Credit Summer Course

Introduction to Hebrew Tools (HEBR2301)

Credits:3

Introduction to Hebrew Tools (HEBR3301)

Credits:3

This course is an introduction to exegetical method for the student who has not been formally trained in Hebrew. Students will learn the basics of biblical Hebrew and how to use important biblical study tools so that they can engage in the serious study and exegetical analysis of Old Testament passages.

History and Geography of Israel (Spanish) (HIST2316)

Credits:3

History and Geography of Israel (HIST2316)

Credits:3

History and Geography of the New Testament (HIST2317)

Credits:3

History and Geography of the New Testament (Spanish) (HIST2317)

Credits:3

History and Geography of the Ancient Near East (Spanish) (HIST2318)

Credits:3

Western Civilization 1 (HIST2321)

Credits:3

This course is surveys Western Civilization through the fourteenth century. This class emphasizes the ancient Near East, the societal movement that arose around the Mediterranean, and how the societal movements affect the regions of Europe. This class covers history both historically and thematically, including: geography, economy, religion, the rise and fall of empires, feudalism and the emergence of national monarchies. This class was formerly GE 505.

Western Civilization 1 (Distance Ed) (HIST2321)

Credits:3

Western Civilization 2 (Distance Ed) (HIST2322)

Credits:3

Western Civilization 2 (Spanish) (HIST2322)

Credits:3

Western Civilization 2 (HIST2322)

Credits:3

This course surveys Western Civilization from the fifteenth century, reviewing the Medieval and Renaissance worldview. This class emphasizes the Reformation, societal movement that arose out of Western Europe, and how these societal movements affect both America and Eastern Europe. This class covers history both historically and thematically, including: geography, economy, religion, the rise and fall of monarchies, feudalism and the emergence of modern world. This class was formerly GE 506.

History of Christianity I: 1st - 16th Century Ref. (HIST2323)

Credits:3

This course focuses on the major people and events from the time of the birth of the Church through the Reformation. Concentrations include the pre-Constantine Church, the Roman Catholic Church, the split of the Western and Eastern Church, and the rise of the Protestant Reformation. This class was formerly GE 525.

History of Christianity: 16th - 20th Century Ref. (HIST2324)

Credits:3

History of African American Christianity (HIST2325)

Credits:3

The History of African American Christianity will focus on the history of African and African American Christianity since the time of the Protestant Reformation. Concentrations will include the African origins of African American Christianity, the historical development of the black church in the United States, the historical growth of black denominations, Black Catholicism, African American missionary efforts, and the history of African American Christian life in the civil rights and post-civil rights era. Satisfies Church History requirement for Traditional Bachelor Program.

Apostolic Fathers (Distance Education) (HIST2326)

Credits:3

Apostolic Fathers (HIST2326)

Credits:3

Church History 3 (HIST2399)

Credits:3

Humanities 1 (HUMN1301)

Credits:3

Humanities II (HUMN1302)

Credits:3

Humanities V (HUMN2305)

Credits:3

Intro. to Christian Leadership & Leader Development (LSCL4340)

Credits:3

Introduction to Christian Leadership & Leader Development (Spanish) (LSCL4340)

Credits:3

Personal Pilgrimage & Character in Leadership (Spanish) (LSCL4341)

Credits:3

Personal Pilgrimage & Character in Leadership (LSCL4341)

Credits:3

Relationships and Visioneering in Leadership (LSCL4342)

Credits:3

An introduction to the subject of the Christian leader’s relationships as well as a systematic study of the relationships and roles in the leader’s family, church, and workplace; the development of vision for life and ministry; and principles for communicating vision. This course provides technical and specific investigation of these subjects as well as opportunity for personaldevelopment in these areas.

Relationships and Visioneering in Leadership(Spanish) (LSCL4342)

Credits:3

5 weeks 5/4/17-6/1/2017

Interpersonal Skills for Leadership(Spanish) (LSCL4343)

Credits:3

Interpersonal Skills for Leadership (LSCL4343)

Credits:3

An examination of the purpose, organization, and culture of the church and organizations as well as an analysis and implementation of the leadership skills required for the planning process; strategic, tactical, and operational planning; effective communication; conflict resolution; time management; decision-making; problem-solving; delegation, responsibility, and accountability; organizational behavior and change; management theory and computer awareness. This course provides technical and specific investigation of these subjects as well as opportunity for personal development in these areas.

Organizational Skills for Leadership (LSCL4344)

Credits:3

An examination of the purpose, organization, and culture of the church and organizations as well as an analysis and implementation of the leadership skills required for the planning process; strategic, tactical, and operational planning; effective communication; conflict resolution; time management; decision-making; problem-solving; delegation, responsibility, and accountability; organizational behavior and change; management theory; computer awareness and more. This course provides technical and specific investigation of these subjects as well as opportunity for personal development in these areas.

Organizational Skills for Leadership (Spanish) (LSCL4344)

Credits:3

Case Studies in Leadership and Ethics (Spanish) (LSCL4345)

Credits:3

Case Studies In Leadership & Ethics (LSCL4345)

Credits:3

Applied Leadership Research Project: Part 1 (LSCL4346)

Credits:3

Applied Leadership Research Project I (Spanish) (LSCL4346)

Credits:3

Applied Leadership Research Project II(Spanish) (LSCL4347)

Credits:3

Applied Leadership Research Project: Part 2 (LSCL4347)

Credits:3

Introduction to Christian Leadership (Distance Ed) (LSOL3301)

Credits:3

Introduction to Christian Leadership (LSOL3301)

Credits:3

A thorough introduction to the subject of Christian leadership, as well as a systematic study of the biblical philosophy of leadership. Contemporary theories of leadership are evaluated through the Bible as students form a personal philosophy of leadership.

Organizations as Strategic Christian Stewardships (LSOL3302)

Credits:3

Organizations as Strategic Christian Stewardships (DistanceEd) (LSOL3302)

Credits:3

Interpersonal Skills of Leadership (Distance Education) (LSOL3303)

Credits:3

Interpersonal Skills of Leadership (LSOL3303)

Credits:3

An in-depth examination of the interpersonal leadership skills required for effective organizational leadership. These include time management, communication skills, conflict resolution, management principles, and leadership development through mentoring. Suggested Prerequisite: Introduction to Christian Leadership.

Team Leadership, Empowerment & Group Dynamics in Organizations (LSOL3304)

Credits:3

Organizational Culture and Change Processes (LSOL3305)

Credits:3

Organizational Culture and Change Processes( Distance Education) (LSOL3305)

Credits:3

Organizational Purpose and the Visioning Process (LSOL3308)

Credits:3

Human Resource Management (Distance Education) (LSOL4301)

Credits:3

Human Resource Management (LSOL4301)

Credits:3

An overview of the role of the HR department in an organization. The course provides practical instruction on how to comply with the various benefit, labor, and anti-discrimination laws; manage a compensation program; increase employee satisfaction; accurately keep and maintain personnel files; and properly discipline and terminate employees. Suggested Prerequisites: COSC 1317, LSOL 3301.

Financial Management for Organizations (LSOL4302)

Credits:3

Financial Management for Organizations (Distance Education) (LSOL4302)

Credits:3

Principles of Marketing (Distance Education) (LSOL4303)

Credits:3

Principles of Marketing (LSOL4303)

Credits:3

Project Planning and Management (LSOL4304)

Credits:3

Project Planning and Management (Distance Education) (LSOL4304)

Credits:3

Case Studies in Organizational Leadership and Ethics (LSOL4305)

Credits:3

Applied Organizational Leadership Research Project (LSOL4306)

Credits:3

Applied Organizational Leadership Research Project (Distance Education) (LSOL4306)

Credits:3

Mathematical Principles (Distance Education) (MATH1332)

Credits:3

Mathematical Principles (MATH1332)

Credits:3

Christian Service Learning Program (Spanish) (MCSP2011)

Credits:0

Christian Service Learning Program-Spanish (DE) (MCSP2011)

Credits:0

Christian Service Learning Program (MCSP2011)

Credits:0

Christian Service Learning Program (Distance Ed) (MCSP2011)

Credits:0

Christian Service Learning Program-ADCP (MCSP2011)

Credits:0

Christian Service 2 (MCSP2012)

Credits:0

Christian Service 3 (MCSP2013)

Credits:0

Christian Service 4 (MCSP2014)

Credits:0

Christian Service (ADCP) (MCSP4091)

Credits:0

ADCP Christian Service Program (MCSP4991)

Credits:0

Interpersonal Min: Communication (MINS4331)

Credits:3

Intercultural Min: Communications (MINS4332)

Credits:3

Techniques of Evangelism (MINS4334)

Credits:3

Communication of Biblical Truth (MINS4343)

Credits:3

Principles of Christian Leadership (MINS4345)

Credits:3

Applications in Biblical Counseling (MINS4346)

Credits:3

Principles of Teaching (MS 390)

Credits:2

Survey of the Bible (MS 400)

Credits:3

Ministry Skill Independent Study (MS 400)

Credits:1

Bible Study Methods - Ind. Study (MS 401)

Credits:3

Bible Study Methods (MS 401)

Credits:3

Bible Study Methods (Spanish) (MS 401)

Credits:3

Principles of Teaching (Spanish) (MS 402)

Credits:3

Principles of Teaching (MS 402)

Credits:3

Principles of Teaching (MS 402)

Credits:3

Principles of Teaching (Independent Study) (MS 402)

Credits:3

Principles of Teaching (MS 402)

Credits:3

Principles of Teaching Lab (MS 403)

Credits:3

Principles of Teaching Lab (Spanish) (MS 403)

Credits:3

Ministry, Evangelism and Disc-Spanish (MS 404)

Credits:3

Mininsty, Evang, Discipel Ind Study (MS 404)

Credits:3

Ministry, Evangelism, and Discipleship (MS 404)

Credits:3

Ministry, Evangelism & Discipleship (DVD) (MS 404)

Credits:3

Biblical Counseling (MS 405)

Credits:3

Personal Spiritual Life Ind Study (MS 406)

Credits:3

Spiritual Life and Biblical Worldview (MS 406)

Credits:3

Spiritual Life - Spanish (MS 406)

Credits:3

Spiritual Life (MS 406)

Credits:3

Biblical Worldview (MS 407)

Credits:3

Marriage and Family (MS 407)

Credits:3

Biblical Worldview Ind. Study (MS 407)

Credits:3

Passing on Biblical Values to Child (MS 408)

Credits:1

Faith-Based Community Econ Dev (MS 409)

Credits:3

Biblical Discipleship (MS 410)

Credits:1

Surv:Christian Educ in Local Church (MS 411)

Credits:3

Introduction to Christian Education (MS 411)

Credits:1

One-on-One Discipleship (MS 413)

Credits:0

Effective Christian Living (MS 414)

Credits:1

Worldproofing Your Kids (MS 415)

Credits:1

Children's Ministry (MS 416)

Credits:0

Biblical Persp of Success and Failure (MS 417)

Credits:1

Compreh. Guide to Biblical Research (MS 418)

Credits:3

Premarital Counseling Training (MS 419)

Credits:1

Money and Time Management (MS 420)

Credits:1

Chronological Bible Storying - DVD (MS 420)

Credits:1

Chronological Bible Storying (MS 420)

Credits:1

Church and Legal Issues (MS 421)

Credits:1

Pastoring in the 21st Century (MS 422)

Credits:1

Pastoral Workshop (MS 422)

Credits:2

Pastoring in the 21st Cen Ind Study (MS 422)

Credits:3

Prayer, Fasting and Meditation (MS 423)

Credits:1

Legal/Churches/Non-Profit (MS 424)

Credits:1

Developing Christian Leaders (MS 426)

Credits:2

Choosing God's Best:Wis for Romance (MS 427)

Credits:0

First Place-Christ-Centered Health (MS 428)

Credits:0

Homosexuality and the Church (MS 428)

Credits:1

The Nation of Islam (MS 429)

Credits:1

Evangelistic Bible Study (MS 430)

Credits:1

Witnessing to the Muslim World (MS 431)

Credits:3

Prophetic Min for Israel and Church (MS 431)

Credits:3

History of Christianity (MS 431)

Credits:3

Perspectives World Christian Mvmt (MS 433)

Credits:3

Introduction to Missions (MS 433)

Credits:1

Sunday School Evangelism (MS 434)

Credits:3

Sunday School Evangelism (MS 434)

Credits:0

Biblical Principles Child Rearing (MS 435)

Credits:1

Principles of Church Renewal (MS 436)

Credits:3

Intro to Cross Cultural Commun. (MS 437)

Credits:1

Perspective on the World of Islam (MS 438)

Credits:3

Working out your salvation (MS 439)

Credits:1

Conflict Resolution:Biblical Appro (MS 440)

Credits:1

The Whole Woman (MS 441)

Credits:1

Special Issues: Bible Study Methods (MS 444)

Credits:1

Dev Church Ministry to Hospitalized (MS 445)

Credits:1

Advanced Bible Study Methods (MS 446)

Credits:1

Ministering to Young Adults (MS 447)

Credits:1

The Nation of Islam (MS 448)

Credits:1

Marriage and Family (MS 449)

Credits:3

Marriage and Family Ind Study (MS 449)

Credits:3

Faith Based Comm Dev Project Planning (MS 450)

Credits:1.5

FBCD: Best Practice Case Studies (MS 451)

Credits:1

FBCD: Project Funding and Resources (MS 452)

Credits:1.5

FBCD: Proj. Planning and Dev. (MS 453)

Credits:1.5

FBCD: Surv of Comm Dev Ministries (MS 454)

Credits:1

Street Saints: Best Prac in FBCD (MS 455)

Credits:0

FBCD Ind Study-Youth Dev Programs (MS 456)

Credits:3

FBCD Ind Study-Elderly Housing Prog (MS 457)

Credits:3

FBCD Ind Study-Job Training Prog (MS 458)

Credits:3

FBCD Ind Study-Apartment Ministry (MS 459)

Credits:3

FBCD Ind Study-Children's Ministry (MS 460)

Credits:3

FBCD Ind Study-Prison Ministry (MS 461)

Credits:3

FBCD Ind Study-Crisis Pregnancy Min (MS 462)

Credits:3

FBCD Ind Study-Afford. Housing Min (MS 463)

Credits:3

Elementary New Testament Greek 1 (MS 464)

Credits:3

Elementary New Testament Greek 2 (MS 465)

Credits:3

AWANA Leadership Training (MS 466)

Credits:0

Adv Biblical Worldview Ind. Study (MS 466)

Credits:1

Elementary New Testament Greek 2 (MS 466)

Credits:3

Worshiping Together - By The Book (MS 467)

Credits:1

Intermediate Greek (DTS) (MS 468)

Credits:3

Prison Ministry (MS 469)

Credits:1

FBCD: Affordable Housing (MS 470)

Credits:3

FBCD: CED Strategies (MS 471)

Credits:3

Dev Leadership w/in Urban Church (MS 472)

Credits:0

Youth Culture (MS 472)

Credits:1.5

Radio Communication-Spanish (MS 473)

Credits:3

Church Planning (MS 473)

Credits:3

Home Cells for Church Growth (MS 474)

Credits:3

Dynamics of Church Growth (MS 474)

Credits:1

From Vision to Ministry for Church (MS 475)

Credits:3

Pastor and His Ministry (MS 476)

Credits:3

Ministerial Vision and Planning (MS 477)

Credits:1

Principles of Successful Ministry (MS 478)

Credits:1

Church Planting (MS 479)

Credits:3

Apartment Ministry (MS 480)

Credits:0

Introduction to World Missions (MS 481)

Credits:1

Biblical View of Sex (MS 482)

Credits:1.5

Developing Relevant Youth Curriculum (MS 483)

Credits:1.5

Family Counseling (Spanish) (MS 484)

Credits:3

Apartment Evangelism (MS 485)

Credits:3

Pastoral Counseling (Spanish) (MS 485)

Credits:3

Home Bible Study (MS 486)

Credits:3

Building Bridges for Services (MS 487)

Credits:1

Principles of Youth Ministry (MS 488)

Credits:3

Principles of Youth Ministry- Spanish (MS 488)

Credits:3

Prison Ministry (MS 489)

Credits:1

Youth Ministry Practicum - Independent Study (MS 489)

Credits:3

Personal Growth and Development (MS 490)

Credits:3

Children's Crafts (MS 491)

Credits:0

Introduction to Music (MS 492)

Credits:0

Revival Ministry (MS 493)

Credits:1

Church Administration (MS 494)

Credits:0

Effective Church Leadership (MS 495)

Credits:3

Effect Church Leadership Ind Study (MS 495)

Credits:3

Reading Circle (Spanish) (MS 496)

Credits:0

Spiritual Formation of the Minister (MS 497)

Credits:0

ABS Christian Service Program (MS 499)

Credits:0

Understanding the Bible (MS 625)

Credits:3

Marriage and Family (Distance Education) (MSBC 3315)

Credits:3

Introduction to Biblical Counseling (MSBC3301)

Credits:3

An introduction of the Biblical Framework for living the Christian life with the goal of understanding and counseling common personal, marital, and family problems as well as mental disorders. This class was formerly MS 405. Suggested Prerequisites: MSBC 3302, THEO 1311, THEO 1313.

Introduction to Biblical Counseling (Distance Ed) (MSBC3301)

Credits:3

Introduction to Biblical Counseling Proficiency Exam (MSBC3301)

Credits:3

Introduction to Biblical Counseling (Spanish) (MSBC3301)

Credits:3

Theological Foundations of Biblical Counseling (MSBC3302)

Credits:3

Theological Foundations of Biblical Counseling (Distance Education) (MSBC3302)

Credits:3

Analysis of Common Counseling Problems (Distance Education) (MSBC3303)

Credits:3

Analysis of Common Counseling Problems (MSBC3303)

Credits:3

Marriage and Family (MSBC3304)

Credits:3

A study of the purpose and practice of the biblical foundation of marriage and family. Some of the topics will include the biblical roles of husband and wife, communication, conflict resolution and common problems in marriage and family. (This class was formerly MS 449.

Marriage and Family (Distance Education) (MSBC3304)

Credits:3

Crisis Counseling (MSBC3305)

Credits:3

Theological Foundations of Biblical Counseling (MSBC3311)

Credits:3

Comparative Analysis of Physiological Counseling, Christian Integrative Counseling, and Biblical Cou (MSBC3312)

Credits:3

Introduction to Biblical Framework Counseling (MSBC3313)

Credits:3

Analysis of Common Problems Through Biblical Framework Counseling (ONLINE) (MSBC3314)

Credits:3

Analysis of Common Problems Through Biblical Framework Counseling (MSBC3314)

Credits:3

Marriage and Family (Distance Education) (MSBC3315)

Credits:3

Crisis Counseling (MSBC3316)

Credits:3

Crisis Counseling (Distance Education) (MSBC3316)

Credits:3

Addiction Counseling (Distance Education) (MSBC3317)

Credits:3

Addiction Counseling (MSBC3317)

Credits:3

Advanced Concepts in Biblical Framework Counseling I (Distance Education) (MSBC4301)

Credits:3

Advanced Biblical Counseling I (Distance Ed) (MSBC4301)

Credits:3

Advanced Concepts in Biblical Framework Counseling I (MSBC4301)

Credits:3

An in-depth study from the Biblical Framework that diagnoses the defining features of Anxiety, Mood, Childhood, Dissociative, Personality, Sexual, and Somatoform Disorders and demonstrates that their root cause is most effectively addressed by the Bible. Required Prerequisites: MSBC 3301, MSBC 3302.

Advanced Biblical Counseling 2 (MSBC4302)

Credits:3

Advanced Biblical Counseling II (Distance Ed) (MSBC4302)

Credits:3

Advanced Concepts in Biblical Framework Counseling II (Distance Education) (MSBC4302)

Credits:3

Advanced Concepts in Biblical Framework Counseling II (MSBC4302)

Credits:3

Biblical Counseling Process and Methodologies (Distance Ed) (MSBC4303)

Credits:3

Biblical Counseling Process and Methodologies (MSBC4303)

Credits:3

A study of the counseling session methodology with case studies for the purpose of counselor training. Required Prerequisites: MSBC 3301, MSBC 3302.

Women Counseling Women (MSBC4321)

Credits:3

This class is for women only. No class on Tuesday, July 4th

Advanced Concepts in Biblical Counseling I (MSBC4341)

Credits:3

Advanced Concepts in Biblical Counseling II (MSBC4342)

Credits:3

Advanced Concepts in Biblical Counseling II (Distance Education) (MSBC4342)

Credits:3

Advance Concepts in Biblical Counseling: Anxiety Disorders (Distance Education) (MSBC4343)

Credits:3

Advanced Concepts in Biblical Counseling: Anxiety Disorders (Independent Study) (MSBC4343)

Credits:3

Biblical Counseling:Anxiety Disorders (MSBC4343)

Credits:3

A study in advanced applications of biblical counseling which emphasizes a scriptural understanding of the immaterially caused defining features of, the root cause of, and the basic biblical solution for human anxiety disorders, somatoform disorders, dissociative disorders, and common counseling problems. In this context, the student will continue to gain experience in counseling others.

Biblical Counseling: Mood Disorders (MSBC4344)

Credits:3

A study in advanced applications of biblical counseling which emphasizes a scriptural understanding of the immaterially caused defining features of, the root cause of, and the basic biblical solution for human mood disorders, sexual disorders, common counseling problems, and poor self-image. In this context, the student will continue to gain experience in counseling others.

Counseling:Substance Related Disorders (MSBC4345)

Credits:3

A study in advanced applications of biblical counseling which emphasizes a scriptural understanding of the immaterially caused defining features of, the root cause of, and basic biblical solution for human substance-related disorders, personality disorders, and common counseling problems. In this context, the student will continue to gain experience in counseling others.

Applications in Biblical Counseling: Disorders of Childhood and Youth (MSBC4346)

Credits:3

Applications in Biblical Counseling: Psychotic Disorders (MSBC4347)

Credits:3

Applied Counseling Research Project (MSBC4348)

Credits:3

Applied Bib.Counsel.ResearchProj.2 (MSBC4349)

Credits:3

Women's Spiritual Formation (MSCE3141)

Credits:1

Introduction to Christian Education (Distance Education) (MSCE3301)

Credits:3

Introduction to Christian Education (MSCE3301)

Credits:3

An introduction to investigate and establish principles and practices of Christian education in a church or parachurch. Emphasis will be made on the goal of Christian Education which involves not just information but transformation of people’s lives to Christ-likeness.

Ministry Planning and Program Design (MSCE3302)

Credits:3

Principles of Youth Ministry (MSCE3311)

Credits:3

Developing Relevant Youth Curriculum (MSCE3312)

Credits:3

Understanding Youth Culture (MSCE3313)

Credits:3

Biblical View of Sex (MSCE3314)

Credits:3

The Role for Women in Life and Ministry (MSCE3321)

Credits:3

Women's Ministry Planning & Program Design (MSCE3322)

Credits:3

Women's Ministry Planning & Program Design (Distance Education) (MSCE3322)

Credits:3

Women Teaching Women (MSCE3323)

Credits:3

This course is a focused study that trains women in the process of conceiving, developing, implementing and evaluating a comprehensive plan for teaching other women. This course will focus on effective oral communication, preparation and delivery of a lesson to a female audience. Special emphasis will be given to effective vocal usage, listening skills, organization of material in a logical and disciplined manner and the biblical guidelines associated with women teaching women. It is CBS’ conviction from the Bible that the primary role of direct ministry to women in the local church is primarily reserved for women (Titus 2:3-4). Since this course is designed for those in charge of women’s ministry we ask male students to respect CBS’ conviction and not select this course.

Feminist Theory (MSCE3326)

Credits:3

Women in the Bible (MSCE3343)

Credits:3

Survey of the Ministry of the Pastor's Wife(Distance Education) (MSCE3361)

Credits:0

This class is for women only.

Age Level Ministries (Distance Education) (MSCE4301)

Credits:3

Age Level Ministries (MSCE4301)

Credits:3

Group Dynamics (MSCE4302)

Credits:3

Youth Ministry Administration (MSCE4311)

Credits:3

Youth Ministry Practicum (MSCE4312)

Credits:3

Developing Leadership Teams for Women (MSCE4316)

Credits:3

This class is for women only.

The Role of Women in Church Administration (MSCE4321)

Credits:3

Women to Women Relationship in Ministry (MSCE4322)

Credits:3

Special Issues in Ministering to Women (MSCE4325)

Credits:3

This course is for women only.

Special Issues in Ministering to Women (Distance Education) (MSCE4325)

Credits:3

Stages of Women's Development (Distance Education) (MSCE4328)

Credits:3

Stages of Women’s Development (MSCE4328)

Credits:3

Women Shepherding Women (MSCE4331)

Credits:3

This class is for women only.

Hospitality and Home Governance (MSCE4334)

Credits:3

Leadership:RelationshipsandVisioneer (MSCL4332)

Credits:3

Leadership:Case Stud in LeadandEthics (MSCL4334)

Credits:3

Leadership:IntroPerPilgandChar1 (MSCL4340)

Credits:3

Leadership:IntroPersPilgandChar2 (MSCL4341)

Credits:3

Leadership:RelationshipsandVisioneer (MSCL4342)

Credits:3

Christ.Leadership:Skills 1-Pt.1 (MSCL4343)

Credits:3

Christ.Leadership:Skills 1 - Pt.2 (MSCL4344)

Credits:3

Leadership:CaseStud In LeadandEthics (MSCL4345)

Credits:3

Applied Leadership Research Proj. 1 (MSCL4346)

Credits:3

Applied Leadership Research Proj. 2 (MSCL4347)

Credits:3

Applied Leadership Research Proj (MSCL4607)

Credits:6

Applied Leadership Res Proj(Part 1) (MSCL4607)

Credits:3

Applied Leadership Res Proj(Part 2) (MSCL4607)

Credits:3

Leadership:Intro,Pers PilgrimandChar (MSCL4631)

Credits:6

Leadership:Int.,Pers PilgrimandChar I (MSCL4631)

Credits:6

Leadership:Int.,Pers PilgrimandChar 2 (MSCL4631)

Credits:3

Christian Leadership:Skills (MSCL4633)

Credits:6

Christian Leadership:Skills(Part 1) (MSCL4633)

Credits:3

Christian Leadership:Skills(Part 2) (MSCL4633)

Credits:3

Interpersonal Min: Dyn. of Commun. (MSCM4341)

Credits:3

Interpersonal Min:Dyn. interp. comm (MSCM4342)

Credits:3

Communication of Biblical truth (MSCM4343)

Credits:3

Techniques in Evangelism (MSCM4344)

Credits:3

Principles of Christian Leadership (MSCM4345)

Credits:3

Concepts in Biblical Counseling (MSCM4346)

Credits:3

Applied ChristianMin.ResearchProj.1 (MSCM4347)

Credits:3

Applied ChristianMin.ResearchProj.2 (MSCM4348)

Credits:3

Principles of Teaching - Lab (Distance Education) (MSMN1103)

Credits:1

Principles of Teaching - Lab (Spanish) (MSMN1103)

Credits:1

Una clase práctica para aplicar los Métodos de Estudio Bíblico y los Principios Didácticos presentando tres lecciones preparadas en clase con la ayuda y evaluación constructiva del instructor. Cada estudiante enseñará una lección del Antiguo y del Nuevo Testamento y una lección biográfica de un hombre o mujer de la Biblia. Debido a la importancia de la participación en la clase en cada sesión de este curso, no se permitirá la inscripción tardía en esta clase. Esta clase se denominaba anteriormente MS 403. Pre-requisito: MSMN 1302.

Principles of Teaching - Lab (MSMN1103)

Credits:1

A practicum to apply Bible Study Methods and Principles of Biblical Teaching by presenting three prepared lessons in class with constructive evaluation from the instructor. Each student will teach one lesson from both the Old and New Testaments and a biographical lesson from a man or woman of the Bible. Due to the importance of class participation in every session of this course, late registration is not permitted for this class. This class was formerly MS403: Principles of Teaching Lab. Required Prerequisite: MSMN 1302.

Bible Study Methods (Spanish) (MSMN1301)

Credits:3

Un estudio en profundidad de los principios fundamentales básicos y la práctica de la metodología inductiva para el estudio de la Biblia mediante el uso de los principios de observación, interpretación y aplicación. Esta clase se denominaba anteriormente MS 401.

Bible Study Methods (MSMN1301)

Credits:3

An in-depth study of the foundational principles and practice of the inductive approach to Bible study by using observation, interpretation, and application. This class was formerly MS 401.

Bible Study Methods Proficiency Exam (MSMN1301)

Credits:3

Bible Study Methods (Distance Education-SP) (MSMN1301)

Credits:3

Bible Study Methods (Distance Education) (MSMN1301)

Credits:3

Principles of Biblical Teaching (Distance Education) (MSMN1302)

Credits:3

Principles of Biblical Teaching (MSMN1302)

Credits:3

A study of basic principles of effective teaching and a practical step-by-step process to present effective, logical,illustrative and practical lessons from the Bible to different audiences. This class was formerly MS 402: Principles of Teaching. Required Prerequisite: MSMN 1301.

Principles of Biblical Teaching (Spanish) (MSMN1302)

Credits:3

Una filosofía básica de la enseñanza efectiva y un proceso “paso a paso” práctico para presentar lecciones efectivas, lógicas, ilustrativas y prácticas de la Biblia a audiencias diferentes. Esta clase se denominaba anteriormente MS 402. Pre-requisito: MSMN 1301.

Missions, Evangelism & Discipleship (Spanish) (MSMN2301)

Credits:3

Missions, Evangelism & Discipleship (MSMN2301)

Credits:3

A survey of the basic biblical philosophy and practice of world missions with an examination of the biblical principles and practices of evangelism and discipleship for Christian service. This class was formerly MS 404: Ministry, Evangelism and Discipleship.

Missions, Evangelism, & Discipleship (Distance Ed) (MSMN2301)

Credits:3

Foundations of Spiritual Life (Spanish) (MSMN2302)

Credits:3

Foundations of Spiritual Life (MSMN2302)

Credits:3

A systematic presentation of the doctrines and practices vital to the understanding and edification of the student’s spiritual life which is also the necessary basis for one’s ministry and service. This class was formerly MS 406.

Foundations of Spiritual Life (Distance Education) (MSMN2302)

Credits:3

Effective Ethnic Missions (MSMN2321)

Credits:3

The Church and Legal Issues (MSMN3121)

Credits:1

Spiritual Formation (MSMN3141)

Credits:1

Introduction to Restorative Justice (MSMN3301)

Credits:3

Leading and Living the 268 Declaration (MSMN3380)

Credits:3

Introduction to Expository Preaching: Espistolary Literature (MSPM3300)

Credits:3

Introduction to Expository Preaching:Espistolary Literature(DE) (MSPM3300)

Credits:3

Expository Preaching I: Narrative Literature (MSPM3301)

Credits:3

A foundational and functional analysis of the “Big Idea Expository Preaching” in biblical narrative literature in order to provide a practicum for the student to develop, deliver and evaluate sermons with a view toward personal life transformation to the glory of God. This course will substitute for a required Fundamentals of Speech class (ENGL 1311) in the Associate of Biblical Studies and the Bachelors Programs. This was formerly GE 510. It is CBS’ conviction from the Bible that women are not assigned the responsibility of preaching the Bible authoritatively in a local church context. Therefore, we ask female students to respect CBS’ conviction and select any of the following courses to continue to sharpen their speaking skills: ENGL 1311 Speech, MSCE 3323 Women Teaching Women, or MSMN 1302 Principles of Biblical Teaching/MSMN 1103 Principles of Biblical Teaching Lab.

Expository Preaching II - Epistolary Literature (MSPM3302)

Credits:3

Expository Preaching II: Epistolary Literature (Distance Education) (MSPM3302)

Credits:3

Expository Preaching III - Poetic Literature (MSPM3303)

Credits:3

Preaching IV: Biographical Literature (MSPM3304)

Credits:3

Introduction to Prison Ministry (MSPM3305)

Credits:3

Expository Preaching V: Prophetic & Apocalyptic Literature (MSPM3306)

Credits:3

12 Week Schedule. This class is for Men only. (Substitutes for ENGL 1311)

Doctrinal Expository Preaching (MSPM3307)

Credits:3

This class is for men only. It substitutes for ENGL 1311 Fundamentals of Speech

Expository Preaching (Spanish) (MSPM3311)

Credits:3

Este curso está diseñado para brindar al estudiante un entendimiento integral de la teoría de la predicación expositiva y proveer un marco de trabajo y entorno en el cual el estudiante puede observer y participar en la presentación real de un sermón expositorio. La meta del curso es que el estudiante pueda expandir su habilidad de expresar la verdad de la Palabra de Dios con claridad y efectividad. Este curso sustituirá el curso requerido de Oratoria en Español. SPAN 3307 en el Programa de estudios superiores de Asociado en Estudios Bíblicos.

Introduction to Pastoral Ministry (MSPM4301)

Credits:3

This course provides a survey of the qualifications and practices of pastoral ministry. Emphasis will be placed upon on the principles and responsibilities of shepherding different individuals, families and the church. It is CBS’ conviction from the Bible that women are not assigned the office/position of pastor for the local church congregation. Since this course is designed for the office/position of pastor we ask female students to respect CBS’ conviction and not select MSPM courses.

Church Administration and Organization (MSPM4302)

Credits:3

Role of the Associate Minister (MSPM4303)

Credits:3

The Role of the Associate Minister (Independent Study) (MSPM4303)

Credits:3

Expository Preaching: Advanced Homiletics (Distance Education) (MSPM4304)

Credits:3

This class is for men only and substitutes as the required ENGL 1311 Fundamentals Of Speech.

Expository Preaching: Advanced Homiletics (MSPM4304)

Credits:3

Church Planting (MSPM4311)

Credits:3

This class will provide the student with an introduction to the major start-up issues the planter faces in the first year of starting a new church. This course will cover practical issues in the areas of personal preparation, strategic planning, core group development, and public launching.

Spiritual Formation (MSSF 3011)

Credits:0

Spiritual Formation 2 (MSSF 3012)

Credits:0

Spiritual Formation(Distance Education) (MSSF3011)

Credits:0

Principles of Youth Ministry (MSYM)

Credits:3

Principles of Youth Ministry (MSYM3301)

Credits:3

Orientation (Spanish) (ORIE1013)

Credits:0

Orientation (ORIE1013)

Credits:0

Orientation (Distance Education) (ORIE1013)

Credits:0

Orientation (Spanish - Distance Education) (ORIE1013)

Credits:0

Introduction to Philosophy (Distance Education) (PHIL2304)

Credits:3

Introduction to Philosophy (PHIL2304)

Credits:3

An introduction to the nature, definition, importance, and content of worldview systems and their implications in particular (e.g., deism, naturalism, pantheism, postmodernism). This course will highlight the critical importance of “worldview thinking” by giving special attention to the role of philosophical reasoning. Suggested pre-requisites: THEO 1311, THEO 1312 and THEO 1313.

Introduction to Philosophy (Spanish) (PHIL2304)

Credits:3

Una introducción a la naturaleza, definición, importancia y contenido de la perspectiva mundial cristiana en general, en contraste con otros sistemas de perspectivas mundiales y sus implicaciones en particular por ejemplo, el deísmo, naturalismo, panteísmo, postmodernismo. Este curso destacará laimportancia crítica de un “pensamiento con una perspectiva mundial” proporcionando una atención especial al rol del razonamiento bíblico, filosófico y psicológico. Esta clase se denominabaanteriormente MS 407. Requisitos previos sugeridos: THEO 1311, THEO 1312 y THEO 1313.

Christian Ethics (PHIL2305)

Credits:3

Critical Thinking (PHIL3301)

Credits:3

Biblical Worldview (PHIL3304)

Credits:3

Christian Ethics (PHIL3305)

Credits:3

The course surveys the main models of Christian ethics, considers its foremost alternatives, and reflects upon case studies. Students will develop an informed biblical ethical system, applying biblical precepts, principles, and examples to a variety of ethical dilemmas. This class was formerly TH 315 and PHIL 2305. Prerequisites: PHIL 2304, THEO 1311, and THEO 1312. Suggested Prerequisites: PHIL 2304 and THEO 1313.

Christian Ethics (Spanish) (PHIL3305)

Credits:3

Introduction to Christian Ethics (Distance Education) (PHIL3305)

Credits:3

Christian Ethics (Spanish-Distance Education) (PHIL3305)

Credits:3

Christian Ethics (Phil3305)

Credits:3

Faith and Film (PHIL3306)

Credits:3

This course will introduce students to the concepts and implications of worldview ideas through the medium of films. Students will not only investigate how the film medium wrestles with philosophical and theological ideas, but how they communicate them (e.g., film shots, setting, movement, editing, sound, and acting), impacting our culture, identity, goals, relationships, and values. This course does not require prerequisite knowledge or coursework in philosophy, film, or theology.

Philosophy of Art (PHIL3310)

Credits:3

Developmental English and Writing Lab (RM 101)

Credits:0

Developmental Reading (RM 101)

Credits:0

Develop Reading (RM 101)

Credits:0

GED Training (RM 102)

Credits:0

Develop Writing (RM 102)

Credits:0

English as a Second Language (RM 103)

Credits:0

English as a Second Language (RM 104)

Credits:0

Reading and Writing Techniques (RM 105)

Credits:0

Literacy Program (RM 106)

Credits:0

G.E.D. Training I (Spanish) (RM 111)

Credits:0

G.E.D. Training II (RM 112)

Credits:0

G.E.D. Training III (Spanish) (RM 113)

Credits:0

E.S.L. I (RM 121)

Credits:0

E.S.L. II (RM 122)

Credits:0

E.S.L. III (RM 123)

Credits:0

Marriage Enrichment Seminar (SM 101)

Credits:0

Financial Freedom Seminar (SM 102)

Credits:0

Community Development Seminar (SM 103)

Credits:0

Data Entry Mgmt for Churches (SM 104)

Credits:0

Power Point Presentations (SM 105)

Credits:0

Hispanic Missions Seminar (SM 106)

Credits:0

Seminar in Apologetics (SM 107)

Credits:0

Reflecting His Glory (SM 108)

Credits:0

Developmental Spanish 1 (Spanish) (SPAN0313)

Credits:3

Developmental Spanish 2 (Spanish) (SPAN0314)

Credits:3

Beginning Spanish Conversation I (SPAN1300)

Credits:3

Beginning Spanish I (SPAN1301)

Credits:3

Beginning Spanish 2 (SPAN1302)

Credits:3

Spanish Composition for Hispanic Heritage Learners 1 (SPAN2307)

Credits:3

Spanish Composition for Hispanic Heritage Learners 2 (SPAN2308)

Credits:3

The purpose of this course is to enrich students in a positive way to learn different techniques to improve writing skills in Spanish. Course topics will be based on cultural and historical differences that exist in the Spanish-speaking countries. At the same time the course will perform a critical development of the organization, structure and confrontation of the art of writing. The course is designed for native Spanish speaking students

Public Speaking in Spanish (SPAN3307)

Credits:3

Advanced Research and Writing (Spanish) (SPAN3330)

Credits:3

Iglesia:Fundamento,Proposito,Accion (TH 105)

Credits:1

TH Surv: Doc Bible,God,and Christ (TH 301)

Credits:3

Theology 1: Bible, God & Christ (Spanish) (TH 301)

Credits:3

Theology I: Bible, God & Christ (TH 301)

Credits:3

Theology: Bible/God/Christ Ind. Study (TH 301)

Credits:3

TH Surv: Bible,God,Christ-Spanish (TH 301)

Credits:3

Theo 1:Bible,God,Christ Ind Study (TH 301)

Credits:3

TH Survey: Man,Sin,Sal Ind. Study (TH 302)

Credits:3

TH Survey: Man,Sin,Salv. Spanish (TH 302)

Credits:3

Theology: Man/Sin/Salvation Ind. Study (TH 302)

Credits:3

Theology 2: Man, Sin, and Salvation (TH 302)

Credits:3

Theology 2: Man, Sin, and Salvation (Spanish) (TH 302)

Credits:3

TH Surv: Doc Man,SinandSalvation (TH 302)

Credits:3

TH Surv: Doc Ang,HS,ChandProph (TH 303)

Credits:3

Theology 3:Angels, Holy Spirit, Church & Prophecy (TH 303)

Credits:3

Theology: Angels/HS/Church/Proph Ind. Study (TH 303)

Credits:3

Theology 3:Angels, HS,Church,Proph(Spanish) (TH 303)

Credits:3

TH Sur: Ang,HS,Ch,Proph Ind Study (TH 303)

Credits:3

TH Sur:Ang/HS/Church/Proph Spanish (TH 303)

Credits:3

Comparing Religions (TH 310)

Credits:1

Christian Ethics Independent Study (TH 315)

Credits:3

Christian Ethics - Spanish (TH 315)

Credits:3

Christian Ethics (TH 315)

Credits:3

Christian Bible Ethics (TH 319)

Credits:1

Christianity in Crisis:World Faith (TH 321)

Credits:2

Making Decisions within God's will (TH 322)

Credits:1

Intro to Christian Apologetics (TH 323)

Credits:3

Answers to Tough Bible Questions (TH 325)

Credits:1

Principles and Practice of Prayer (TH 333)

Credits:1

God's Design and Plan for Women (TH 335)

Credits:1

Biblical Prophecy (TH 360)

Credits:1

Doctrine of Eternal Rewards (TH 362)

Credits:1

The Nine Temples of God (TH 363)

Credits:3

Major Events in Biblical Prophecy (TH 364)

Credits:1

The Temple in Jerusalem (TH 364)

Credits:1

Survey of Biblical Stewardship (TH 366)

Credits:1

From Sabbath to Sunday (TH 367)

Credits:1

Listening to the God Who Speaks (TH 374)

Credits:1

Biblical View of Fin and Consum Edu (TH 375)

Credits:0

Introduction to Theological Method (Distance Education) (THEO1311)

Credits:3

Introduction to Theological Method (Spanish) (THEO1311)

Credits:3

Introduction to Theological Method (THEO1311)

Credits:3

A systematic presentation of prolegomena,theological method, and bibliology the inspiration, inerrancy, and canonicity of the biblical books.

Theology: God, Christ & Holy Spirit (THEO1312)

Credits:3

Una presentación sistemática de las enseñanzas principales de la teología bíblica en las áreas de teología apropiada la existencia, nombres y atributos de Dios, Cristología la persona y obra de Cristo neumatología los dones y obra del Espíritu Santo. Esta clase se denominaba anteriormente TH 301.

Theology: God, Christ & Holy Spirit (Spanish) (THEO1312)

Credits:3

Theology: God, Christ & Holy Spirit (Distance Education) (THEO1312)

Credits:3

Theology: Man, Sin & Salvation (Distance Education) (THEO1313)

Credits:3

Theology: Man, Sin & Salvation (Spanish) (THEO1313)

Credits:3

Una presentación sistemática de las enseñanzas principales de la teología bíblica en las áreas de antropología la naturaleza y caída del hombre, hamartiología el origen y efectos del pecado, y soteriología el método, la extensión y los beneficios de la salvación). Esta clase se denominaba anteriormente TH 302.

Theology: Man, Sin & Salvation (THEO1313)

Credits:3

A systematic presentation of the major teachings of biblical theology in the areas of anthropology the nature and fall of man, hamartiology the origin and effects of sin, and soteriology the method, extent,and benefits of salvation. This class was formerly TH 302. Suggested Prerequisite: THEO 1311

Theology: Angels, Church & Prophecy (THEO1314)

Credits:3

A systematic presentation of the major teachings of biblical theology in the areas of angelology the nature and work of angels, ecclesiology the function, leaders, and ordinances of the Church, and eschatology the events surrounding Christ’s return and the eternal state. This class was formerly TH 303. Suggested Prerequisite: THEO 1311.

Theology: Angels, Church & Prophecy (Spanish) (THEO1314)

Credits:3

Una presentación sistemática de las enseñanzas principales de la teología bíblica en las áreas de angeliología la naturaleza y obra de los ángeles, eclesiología la función, líderes y ordenanzas de la Iglesia, y escatología los eventos relacionados con la segunda venida de Cristo y el estado eterno. Esta clase se denominaba anteriormente TH 303.

Angels, Church, Prophecy (Distance Education) (THEO1314)

Credits:3

Making Decisions Within God's Will (THEO3122)

Credits:1

History of Doctrine (THEO3211)

Credits:2

A study of the historical development of selected doctrines from the church fathers to the present day. Suggested Prerequisite: THEO 1311.

Philosophy of Art (THEO3310)

Credits:3

Advanced Studies in Systematic Theology (THEO3320)

Credits:3

Theological Foundations for Making Wise Decisions (THEO3322)

Credits:3

Biblical Foundation for Theology (THEO3330)

Credits:3

An introductory course designed to familiarize students with theological method. Includes definition of theological terms and an overview of the ten major theological categories. Particular attention will be given to the process of theological development, including a summary of various theological systems and an evaluation of their methodology. Special emphasis is placed on the dispensational theological system, including an introduction to the literal-grammatical-historical method of biblical interpretation and an explanation of the importance of the biblical covenants. This class was formerly known as Introduction to Theological Method.

Biblical Foundations for Theology (Indep. Stud) (THEO3330)

Credits:3

Major Bible Themes (THEO3330)

Credits:3

Major Bible Themes (Distance Education) (THEO3330)

Credits:3

Major Bible Themes (Spanish) (THEO3330)

Credits:3

Introduction to Theology (THEO3330)

Credits:3

Theological Method (THEO3331)

Credits:3

Theological Method (Spanish) (THEO3331)

Credits:3

Theological Method (Distance Education) (THEO3331)

Credits:3

Theological Method - Ind. Study (THEO3331)

Credits:3

Apologetics (THEO3341)

Credits:3

Apologetics (Distance Education) (THEO3341)

Credits:3

Dispensationalism (THEO4212)

Credits:2

The Theology and Philosophy of C.S. Lewis & J.R.R. Tolkien (THEO4311)

Credits:3

Cultural Apologetics: The Arts, History, Literature, Philosophy, and Theology of Francis A. Schaeffe (THEO4312)

Credits:3

Counts as a Literary Tradition requirement, Upper Level Theology Requirement or a Culture, Humanities, Language requirement for Traditional Bachelors Program.

The Life and Arguments of C.S. Lewis (Distance Education) (THEO4313)

Credits:3

Women's Spiritual Formation (WMIN3301)

Credits:3

The Role of Women in Life and Ministry (WMIN3302)

Credits:3

Feminist Theory (WMIN3311)

Credits:3

Women in the Bible (WMIN3312)

Credits:3

Women In The Bible (WMIN3312)

Credits:3

The Role of Women in Church Administration (WMIN4301)

Credits:3

Women Counseling Women (WMIN4302)

Credits:3

Hospitality and Home Governance (WMIN4303)

Credits:3

Special Issues in Ministering to Women (WMIN4311)

Credits:3

Stages of Women's Development (WMIN4312)

Credits:3

Women Shepherding Women (WMIN4321)

Credits:3

Developing Leadership Teams for Women (Distance Education) (WMIN4322)

Credits:3

Survey of the Ministry of the Pastor's Wife (WMIN4323)

Credits:3

Special Issues in Ministering to Women (WMIN4324)

Credits:3

Special Issues in Ministering to Women (WMIN4324)

Credits:3

Women's Ministry Planning & Program Design (WMIN4331)

Credits:3

CBS Open Electives (XXCBSOELEC)

Credits:36