Intro to Graduate Education (2019 Fall MSL-601-05OG1)11/5/2019 10:15:17 PMA review of the basic concepts and skills necessary for success in graduate study. Concepts of teamwork and team learning are covered along with an overview of requirements for graduate programs. Students are introduced to leadership principles and applications in the context of a Christian world view. Topics include library use, research, critical thinking skills, writing expectations, analysis of case studies in leadership, and worldview.Business Administration Depart, Adult & OnlineGraduateMSL - LeadershipMSL-601-05OG1Intro to Graduate Education2019 FallJ. FloresM 8/19/2019 12:00:00 AM - 10/12/2019 12:00:00 AM3
Intercultural Communication (2019 Fall IST-300-01TU1)11/8/2019 11:16:46 PMExplores the theoretical and practical dimensions of cross-cultural communication that occurs both internationall and domestically. This course will focus on the principles of communication, including perceptions, worldviews, identity, conflict, and verbal and nonverbal language expression, for effective engagement in another culture.International Studies Dept, Traditional OnlyUndergraduateIST - International StudiesIST-300-01TU1Intercultural Communication2019 FallK. WhiteT TH 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM8/19/2019 12:00:00 AM - 12/7/2019 12:00:00 AM3
TESOL Methods/Pedagogy (2019 Fall ELT-311-01TU1)11/5/2019 10:11:36 PMThis course is designed to present methods for teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language. Methods are based on practical application of theories of language acquisition and good teaching practices. (Formerly TESL-311)Esl Department, Traditional OnlyUndergraduateEnglish Language TeachingELT-311-01TU1TESOL Methods/Pedagogy2019 FallJ. DieckmanM W F 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM8/19/2019 12:00:00 AM - 12/7/2019 12:00:00 AM3
Adv Freshman English (2019 Fall ENG-121-01TU1)11/5/2019 10:11:45 PMOpen only to freshmen judged by the English department to be exceptionally proficient in English. An introduction to the literary genres and instruction for development of skill in expository and critical writing, including the research essay. Emphasis on critical reading and evaluation of literary texts from a Christian perspective. If students pass ENG 121 with a grade lower than C, they must successfully complete ENG 101. Students failing ENG 121 must successfully complete ENG 101 and 102.English Department, Traditional OnlyUndergraduateENG - EnglishENG-121-01TU1Adv Freshman English2019 FallD. HubeleT TH 9:25 AM - 10:40 AM8/19/2019 12:00:00 AM - 12/7/2019 12:00:00 AM3
Business Foundations (2019 Fall BBA-302-01OU1)11/5/2019 10:13:14 PMThis survey course introduces students to the key foundations of the business world. Students will see how the many pieces fit together, laying a foundation for future study in each area of business.Business Administration Depart, Adult & OnlineUndergraduateBusiness Admin - Adult/OnlineBBA-302-01OU1Business Foundations2019 FallR. PirtleM 8/19/2019 12:00:00 AM - 10/12/2019 12:00:00 AM3
Management Research Methods (2019 Fall BUS-395-01OU1)11/5/2019 10:13:15 PMInternational trade theory (competitive markets, socialist markets, protectionist policies, global financial systems, economic geographics). How history and politics shape economic policy. Business Administration Depart, Trad, Online & AdultUndergraduateBUS - BusinessBUS-395-01OU1Management Research Methods2019 FallN. BerganM 8/19/2019 12:00:00 AM - 10/12/2019 12:00:00 AM3
Healthcare Quality Management (2019 Fall MHA-668-01OG1)11/5/2019 10:13:23 PMThis course enriches the understanding of the historical concepts of quality. It is an advanced study of how to achieve quality within the structure and relationships of the complex system of a health care organization. The concepts explored include systems thinking, improving and managing process change, performance measurement, as well as real-life examples and case studies. Students also explore the concepts and relationships from a Biblical world view.Health Administration Dept, Online OnlyGraduateMHA - Master Health AdminMHA-668-01OG1Healthcare Quality Management2019 FallA. VowellM 8/19/2019 12:00:00 AM - 10/5/2019 12:00:00 AM3
Admin of Financial Resources (2019 Fall MPA-609-01OG1)11/5/2019 10:13:23 PMThis course lays the foundation for effective financial management that includes planning, budgets, controls, and revenue collection. Fiscal policies on a local, state, and federal level are covered along with intergovernmental relations. Public Administration Dept, Adult & OnlineGraduateMPA - Public AdministrationMPA-609-01OG1Admin of Financial Resources2019 FallJ. SmallsM 8/19/2019 12:00:00 AM - 10/12/2019 12:00:00 AM3
Intro to Graduate Education (2019 Fall MSL-601-02OG1)11/21/2019 8:11:44 PMA review of the basic concepts and skills necessary for success in graduate study. Concepts of teamwork and team learning are covered along with an overview of requirements for graduate programs. Students are introduced to leadership principles and applications in the context of a Christian world view. Topics include library use, research, critical thinking skills, writing expectations, analysis of case studies in leadership, and worldview.Business Administration Depart, Adult & OnlineGraduateMSL - LeadershipMSL-601-02OG1Intro to Graduate Education2019 FallR. BolenderM 8/19/2019 12:00:00 AM - 10/12/2019 12:00:00 AM3
The Legal Environment (2019 Fall MSL-646-01OG1)11/5/2019 10:13:32 PMAn overview of legal obligations and requirements facing organizational leaders. Historical review leading up to our current jurisprudence system along with its biblical roots is examined. Torts, contracts, human resources regulations on state and federal level, legal responsibilities for management as an agent of the organization are representative of topics covered. Business Administration Depart, Online OnlyGraduateMSL - LeadershipMSL-646-01OG1The Legal Environment2019 FallC. AdamsM 8/19/2019 12:00:00 AM - 10/12/2019 12:00:00 AM3


Back to top of page