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Earn dual credits at a fraction of the cost of community college.

Courses are easy to use, online and designed for high school students.

Our courses

Earn dual credits at a fraction of the cost of community college.

Courses are easy to use, online and designed for high school students.

Apologetics

A study of the Christian worldview.

Particular emphasis is given to the factual support and reasonableness of the Christian faith.

The Bible is examined in relation to its reliability and authority.

  • Credits: 3
  • Course Code: THEO 225

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Christian Beliefs

A study of the fundamental doctrines of the Christian faith.

It involves a study of God the Father, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, man, salvation, and living the Christian life.

Emphasis is on the best Scriptural references to establish the basic truth about each of these areas.

Each study is life-related and integrated with daily Christian living rather than simply “concept” oriented.

  • Credits: 3
  • Course Code: THEO 201

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English Composition 1

A course seeking to provide a foundation for college-level writing.

Focusing on developing skill in analytical thinking and writing.

  • Credits: 3
  • Course Code: ENGL 101

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English Composition 2

A course that seeks to help students develop additional writing and critical reading abilities.

Written work focuses on textual response and analysis.

Readings and written assignments will address texts of varying genres.

  • Credits: 3
  • Course Code: ENGL 102

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General Psychology

An introductory course that acquaints the student with the different domains of study that fall under the classification of psychology.

This course promotes a familiarity with the basic concepts and theories of each area and differentiates between the secular and Christian viewpoints.

Some specific areas of study include the nervous system, personality, and styles of learning.

  • Credits: 3
  • Course Code: PSYC 101

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Life Science

This course focuses on the classification of living things, the animal kingdoms, basic cell structure, and activities of living cells and organisms.

Students also examine the theories of creation and biological evolutions in relationship to the Bible.

As they work through the course, students will develop a biblical understanding of man’s stewardship of the earth by studying ecosystems, interrelationships among organisms, and natural resources.

  • Credits: 3
  • Course Code: BIOL 124

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New Testament Literature

A survey of the content, themes, literary genre, and historical context of the books of the New Testament.

  • Credits: 2
  • Course Code: BIST 104

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Old Testament Literature

A study of God’s self-disclosure as portrayed in the Old Testament.

Each book of the Old Testament will be analyzed as to its literary genre, historical setting, and theological message.

The student learns the major people, places, and events of each Old Testament book.

  • Credits: 3
  • Course Code: BIST 103

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Principles of Sociology

An introductory study of sociology.

Factors underlying the formation and functioning of society, group life, social institution and processes will be considered.

Additionally, various current social problems are analyzed.

  • Credits: 3
  • Course Code: SOCI 202

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Public Speaking

A study of the principles and types of speech.

This course is designed to develop the student’s public-speaking ability in 3 ways:

  1. online classroom discussion,
  2. preparing speeches and
  3. giving speeches (and recording it) to an audience of their choice.
  • Credits: 3
  • Course Code: COMM 201

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Religions of America

A study of the distinctive doctrines and practices of the major religions started in America.

A special emphasis is on strategies for effectively sharing Christianity with people of other religions.

  • Credits: 2
  • Course Code: THEO 204

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Western Civilization

Survey of the ideals, institutions, and persons in the growth of European civilization from antiquity to 1800 with attention given to the roles played by Asian and African cultures in shaping the Western world.

  • Credits: 3
  • Course Code: HIST 121

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World Religions

This is an introductory study of the history and teachings of the major religions of the world.

These non-Christian faiths will be compared and contrasted with the Christian faith.

There will be an emphasis on sharing the gospel in a respectful, culturally sensitive way with people of other religions.

  • Credits: 3
  • Course Code: CREL 327

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