Current Students - Geneva College, a Christian College in Pennsylvania (PA)

Current Students

Class Schedules

2019 SUMMER Semester Classes
May 13 – July 26

All courses listed are three (3) credits unless otherwise noted.

Core Classes

ENG 102B:  Academic Writing and Research Process – Core Course
This course intended to serve students who seek to improve the knowledge, skills, and strategies to find and critically evaluate information.  Students then organize the results of their research and communicate them in writing.  Prerequisite: ENG 101

Monday 6:00 - 10:00 P.M.

PSY 201B: Introduction to Psychology – Core Course
Problems, principles, and methods to serve as part of a liberal arts education and as preparation for more advanced work in psychology, or for professional study.  Will cover such topics as development, motivation, emotion, learning, intelligence, personality, and abnormal behavior.

Wednesday 6:00 - 10:00 P.M.

SCS 215B: Environmental Science – Core Course
Introduction to physical and biological principles pertaining to environmental issues.  Also includes an examination of the impact of human activities on the environment.

Thursday 6:00 - 10:00 P.M.


Ministry Classes

HUM 304B: Bible as Literature – Major Core/Elective
This course will aim to play on the ambiguity of the title “biblical literature.”  That is, we will look at the Holy Scriptures through a literary lens, and we will look at human creative efforts which clearly have biblical texts as their primary “inspiration.” 

Tuesday 6:00 - 10:00 P.M.

LDR 120B: Personal Development – Major Core/Elective
This course prepares the student for a lifetime of learning that includes skills such as self-awareness, developing a leadership philosophy, developing and following personal values, and understanding the student’s own personality type and characteristics as reflected in the DISC profile or similar personality assessment tool. The student will pay particular attention to the personal development path or philosophy of his or her chosen case study.

Wednesday 6:00 - 10:00 P.M.

MIN 199B: Introduction to Chaplaincy – Elective Course
This course identifies the knowledge and skills required to become a chaplain.

Thursday 6:00 - 10:00 P.M.

MIN210B:  EVANGELISM – Major Course
A study of the theology, the theory and the practice of evangelism.

Monday 6:00 - 10:00 P.M.


Book List

Instructor Course# Course Title Book Title Edition Author Publisher ISBN Price

BIB 302

Wisdom Literature


Handbook on the Wisdom Books and Psalms

Daniel Estes

Baker Academic



BIB 316B



Encountering the Book of Romans


Douglas J. Moo

Baker Academic



BIB 113B

Biblical Introduction II


Encountering the New Testament


Walter A. Elwell & Robert W. Yarbrough

Baker Academic



LDR 105

History of Leadership


The Servant as Leader

Robert K. Greenleaf

The Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership



LDR 105

History of Leadership


The Price of Leadership

John Stanko

PurposeQuest Ink



LDR 105

History of Leadership


Servants of the People, The 1960s Legacy of African American Leadership


Lea E. Williams

Palgrave Macmillan



LDR 201B

Development of Non-Profit Organizations


Managing the Nonprofit Organization


Peter F. Drucker




LDR 201B

Development of Non-Profit Organizations


Nonprofit Kit for Dummies


Stan Hutton & Frances N. Phillips

For Dummies



ENG 101B 

English Composition


College Writing Skills with Readings


John Langan

McGraw Hill



ENG 101B

English Composition


They Say, I Say


Gerald Graff

W. W. Norton & Company





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