BBC: Christian College Master of Arts Degrees | Current Schedule
Eight-week sessions begin each August, October, January, March, and May.
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The area of study requirement satisfied by each course is listed below.
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May 13 – July 5
BA500 – Fundamentals of Business Managements – 3 credits – Delana Durough
This course introduces students to the fundamentals of business organization and procedures. Students will become acquainted with general business principles and competencies, including basic business terminology, business types and trends, as well as general business organization and control methods.
BI507 – An Interpretation of Romans – 3 credits –Dr. Ross Riggs
This course is an expository study of the book of Romans. Special attention is given to the text of Romans, the development of its major theological themes and arguments, and the application of them in the lives of believers.
CO519 – Evaluating Research – 3 credits – Dr. Barry Smith
This course is an introduction to research methods and statistics. Students will demonstrate an understanding of how to critically evaluate quantitative and qualitative research.
ED/CO510 – Research Methods – 3 credits – Dr. Barry Smith
This course introduces the student to the tools, methods, and design of research studies. Emphasis is given to contribution skills as well as intelligently understanding how to utilize research literature.
ED/CO511 – Statistical Methods & Applications – 3 credits – Dr. Barry Smith
This course is an examination of descriptive and basic inferential statistical techniques. The methodology of learning/teaching involves the active use of sPss software to do the calculations of statistics. Ultimately, the major goal of the course is for students to understand statistics relative to its applicability and appropriateness to individual situations together with the ability to use statistics to correctly analyze data and reach appropriate conclusions.
PH515 – Worldviews in Tension: Modernity in Crisis – 3 credits – Dr. Steve Shumaker
This course is a studied exploration of the tension between the existentialistic visions of Nietzsche, Kierkegaard and Dostoevsky. Through sustained reading and discussion of seminal texts students will exercise hermeneutic, critical thinking, and communication skills, while laboring to uncover the power of these extraordinary texts to express and form a worldview. Ultimately, students will confront their own worldviews in light of these competing visions of reality. This course in the sequence will probe the various responses to the crisis of modernity in the Western world as confronted in Nietzsche’s Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Kierkegaard’s Fear and Trembling, and Dostoevsky’s Brothers Karamazov.
TH517 – Survey of Doctrine – 3 credits –Dr. Allen Mickle
T his course is an overview of the ten major theologies of the Bible spread over an eight–week online course. Examination of the major issues behind Bibliology, Theology Proper, Christology, Pnuematology, Angelology, Anthropology, Hamartiology, Soteriology, Eecclesiology and Eschatology will be conducted in a systematic approach.
TH523 – Dispensational Premillenialism – 3 credits - Dr. Ken Gardoski
In this course the students will have the opportunity to examine God’s multifaceted plan for the world, past, present, and future. The course offers a dispensational premillennial approach enabling students to understand God’s plan for the ages.The course experience helps students to compare and contrast this interpretive approach to others.
CO550 – Ethics & Professional Orientation to Counseling – 3 credits – Dr. Gerlin Valencia
This course is an investigation of legal, ethical, and moral issues germane to professional counseling, as well as credentials and professionalism, affiliation, professional membership, licensure, and certification. Malpractice and legal responsibilities in relationship to counselor trainees and professional counselors is covered.
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