2022-2023 Catalog 
    
    Sep 28, 2022  
2022-2023 Catalog

Courses


Description of courses offered by the various departments

The symbols FA (fall), SP (spring), and SU (summer) indicate when each course is offered. The credit (semester hours) for each course is indicated in parentheses after the course name. Interim course descriptions are made available during the fall semester and are published online.

 

 

Nursing

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Philosophy: Elementary Courses

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Philosophy: Intermediate Historical Courses

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Philosophy: Intermediate Systematic Courses

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Philosophy: Advanced Historical Courses

All advanced courses presuppose two or more philosophy courses, or one philosophy course plus junior or senior standing.

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Philosophy: Advanced Systematic Courses

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Physical Education and Recreation: Personal Fitness

Courses in this category are designed to provide students with the basic knowledge and activity requirements to maintain active lives. The emphasis is on fitness development and maintenance. Students are expected to exercise three times per week by attending class two times a week and exercising one additional time a week outside of class. Courses involve participation in conditioning activities, lectures, discussions, papers, and tests. The following conceptual topics related to wellness are in all personal fitness courses: (1) principles for the development of an active lifestyle, (2) nutrition, (3) self-image, (4) rest and recovery, (5) stress management, and (6) responsible Christian stewardship.

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Physical Education and Recreation: Leisure, Sport, and Skills

Courses in this category are designed to provide students with the basic and/or advanced acquisition and development of selected motor skills, advanced knowledge of the topic, and activity requirements for lifetime participation in leisure and sport. The following conceptual topics are included in all courses: (1) competition and spectatorship, (2) common elements in skilled human movement, (3) performance improvement techniques, (4) the place of leisure in the Christian life, and (2) developing skill and the gifts provided by God.

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Physics: Introductory Courses

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Physics: Advanced Laboratory Courses

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Physics: Advanced Theory Courses

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Politics

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