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Summer 2015 - Classroom Block One

Classes will be offered in Beaver Falls and RPTS (Pittsburgh) based upon demand. Please indicate your preference when you register.

PSS 313 - Abnormal Psychology (3 HSS core, 3 PSY Minor or elective credits; 8 sessions)
Mondays 5/4/15-6/22/15

This course examines the empirically based principles of psychopathology. Topics survey classical mental illness from a variety of perspectives. 

BBL 144 – The Gospel of John (3 elective credits, 3 Biblical & Theological Studies Minor; 8 sessions)
Mondays 5/4/15-6/22/15

The focus of this course will be a study of the main theological themes found in the Gospel of John.

HSS 202 – Human Diversity (3 HSS core, 3 PSY Minor or elective credits; 5 sessions)
Thursdays 05/7/15 – 06/4/15

Adult learners working in the area of human services, psychology, counseling, social work or other people oriented professions are encouraged to take this course.   In this module you will survey issues related to working in a multi-cultural world and human diversity, particularly as it relates to the U.S. culture in terms of race, ethnicity, social class, and gender.  You will review human diversity issues in terms of Christian thought and belief.  The central concern of this course is to expose the adult learner to, and teach them the theoretical and hands on practical knowledge important to cross-cultural helping.

The following courses are offered every semester:

EGL 101 Online – English Composition (3 English Composition Credits) 
TBA 2 Face-to-Face Sessions

CMN/HRS/ORD 493 – Internships  (up to 12 technical elective credits: approval of program director required)

Bible Challenege Exams (BIB 112, BIB 113) (Please call the ADP office for additional information.)

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Summer 2015 - Classroom Block Two

Classes will be offered in Beaver Falls and RPTS (Pittsburgh) based upon demand. Please indicate your preference when you register.

PSS 250 - Life Span Development (3 HSS core, 3 PSY Minor or elective credits; 8 sessions)
Monday 6/22/15 – 8/10/15

This course examines the empirically based principles of psychopathology. Topics survey classical mental illness from a variety of perspectives.

BIB 112 -  The World of Islam (3 elective credits, 3 Biblical & Theological Studies Minor; 8 sessions)
Tuesdays 6/23/15 – 8/11/15

This course studies the historical roots of Islamic religion in the sixth and seventh centuries, including persons, forces, and cities instrumental in its development.  It considers the key tenants and emphases of the Koran and the different branches that have existed since that time (Shiite and Sunni).  The course addresses the phenomenon of modern Fundamentalist movements in Islam and the features (ethnic, religious, and economic) that mark its relationship with Western cultures. 

PSS 251 – Child Development (3 PSY Minor or elective credits; 8 sessions)
Wednesdays 6/24/15 – 8/12/15

This course is designed for the adult learner working, or seeking to work, in the area of human services, psychology, counseling, social work or other people oriented professions.  The central concern of child development is the sequence of physical, cognitive, psychological and social changes that children undergo as they grow older.  In this module the adult learner will survey various areas and sub-disciplines within the field of child developmental psychology, review and begin to learn the types of questions child developmental psychologists ask and the type of work and research in which child developmental psychologists are involved.

HUM 118 -  Classical and Christian Cultures (3 HMT Core or 3 elective credits; 8 sessions)
Thursdays 6/25/15 – 8/13/15

This course examines human cultural achievement in western civilization from ancient times until the Renaissance.  The philosophical, theological, and political contexts will be examined, along with literature, visual and musical arts.

The following courses are offered every semester:

EGL 101 Online – English Composition (3 English Composition Credits) 
TBA 2 Face-to-Face Sessions

CMN/HRS/ORD 493 – Internships  (up to 12 technical elective credits: approval of program director required)

Bible Challenege Exams (BIB 112, BIB 113) (Please call the ADP office for additional information.)

Register Online