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A practical study and application in adult-specific teaching methods and procedures. Course topics include adult learning and teaching strategies; modified lecture as a learning experience, interactive teaching and learning assessing adult learning, diverse assessment strategies and designs, classroom management, communication strategies, and evaluating and documenting teaching effectiveness.

This survey course explores the development of the understanding of organizations and of the decision-making skills required in management positions. The purpose is to examine how management concepts have developed and continue to change. A detailed examination will be conducted of the four basic functions of management: planning, organizing, motivating, and controlling. Particular emphasis will be given to goal planning, managing change, career progression, and managerial value systems.

The course features real world applications of algebra, including systems of linear equations, quadratic equations, word problems and their solutions. Applications are presented for personal finances, mortgages, simple/compound interest, and business.

This course is designed to equip students with the tools to communicate effectively in diverse situations. Based on Biblical principles, this course will provide the student with the resources to also equip others with best communication practices to resolve conflict.

The course allows students to study and apply rhetorical principles of writing in developing effective sentences, paragraphs, and essays, with emphasis on writing expository prose about short fiction and non-fiction subjects. Essays will be based on readings of a variety of texts and writing styles.


In this course, students will learn the three groundings of spiritual leadership as discovered in the Bible. Focus is placed on the inner development of the leader in order to sustain godly character, integrity and consistency, which will allow the leader to finish well.

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