||ID & Evolution
||3 Natural Science or elective credits
Mondays 01/13/14 – 03/10/14 – Regional Learning Alliance in Cranberry
“Intelligent Design & Evolution” explores many of the latest and most-important arguments on both sides of the origins debate through reading assignments, AV presentations, discussions, and qualitative and quantitative explanations and support for both intelligent design (ID) and evolution (EV).
||Classical & Christian Cultures
||3 HSS core or elective credits
Tuesdays 03/11/14 - 04/29/14 - Beaver Falls Campus
Human achievement in philosophy, theology, literature, and art is examined in historical context from ancient times to the Renaissance.
||3 natural science core or elective credits
Thursdays 01/16/14 – 03/06/14 - Beaver Falls Campus
This course, designed specifically for non-traditional students, evaluates the environmental issues of the day in terms of scientific principles as well as environmental policy. It uses a discussion format that requires the students to have read and actively reflected on significant readings of text each week. A final paper will be due one week following the last class session.
||Multiculturalism & Globalism
||3 elective credits
Wednesdays 01/15/14 - 03/05/14 – Regional Learning Alliance in Cranberry
This course examines the effects that enormous globalizing changes are having upon individuals, local cultures and churches, and considers how we can understand – and perhaps better handle –the immense forces that now face us.