Geneva College

Academics

 

Classroom Core and Elective Schedule


Spring 2015


Block One: Beaver Falls Campus

PSS 253 - Adulthood and Aging (3 HSS core or elective credits; 8 sessions)
Mondays 1/12/15-3/2/15

This course covers the major issues in the psychology of adult development and aging.

BIB 112 - Old Testament Survey (3 Old Testament core or elective credits; 8 sessions)
Wednesdays 01/07/15 – 2/25/15

This course introduces adult students to the history, doctrine and background features of the books of the Bible that were written prior to the incarnation of Jesus Christ.  Our primary goal in this course is to help students become better readers of the Old Testament.   Every reader of the Bible is an interpreter of the Bible.   This course requires no background Bible knowledge

BBL 112 - The World of Islam (3 elective credits; 8 sessions)
Thursdays 01/08/15-02/26/15

This course studies the historical roots of Islamic religion in the six and seventh centures, including persons, forces, and cities instrumental in its development.  It considers the key tenets 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.

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)

HSS 493 - Internships (up to 6 technical elective credits; approval of program director required)

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Block Two: Beaver Falls Campus

HUM 119 - Western Culture: Renaissance to Modernity  (3 HMT core or elective credits; 8 sessions)
Mondays 3/9/15- 4/27/15
This is a survey course of the historical, cultural, social, economic, and religious developments in western civilization.  This course will examine, through reading, writing, and discussion, the dominant ideas in western culture as expressed in the philosophy, art, literature, and music from a Christian perspective.

PSS 251 - Child Development (3 HSS core or elective credits; 8 sessions)
Thursdays 3/12/15-4/30/15
The Lifespan Development course is designed to provide information that will assist students in understanding the normal developmental process of individuals over the entire lifespan starting with conception and ending with death. 

BIB 113 - Introduction to the New Testament (3 CMN Core or elective credits; 8 sessions)
Wednesdays 3/11/15-4/29/15
This course introduces adult students to the history, doctrine and background features of those books of the Bible that were written in connection with the incarnation of Jesus Christ.  Our primary goal in this course is to help students become better readers of the New Testament.

ACE 233 - Gloablism &  Multiculturalism (3 elective credits; 8 sessions)
Mondays  3/9/15-4/27/15
The twenty-first century world is now experiencing a hyper-integration of peoples, cultures, communication, business and politics on an unprecedented level and at phenomenal speeds.  This course examines the effects that the twenty-first that global changes are having upon individuals and countries, and even upon churches and ministries.  It will consider how we can understand and anticipate, and perhaps better manage the immense effects globalism is exerting upon us.

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)

HSS 493 - Internships (up to 6 technical elective credits; approval of program director required)

Register Online