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Course Schedule: Fall 1 19-20

List of courses offered this term.

BIB405: The Gospels

(3 credits) Course Description The four gospels are key books of the Bible, since they narrate the life, teachings, death, and resurrection of Jesus. Each gospel has a unique perspective and a unique purpose. This course explains the background, the structure, the main contents, and the major themes of each gospel. It is based on …

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BIB505: The Gospels

(3 credits) Course Description This course explains the background, structure, main contents and major themes of each gospel. The four gospels provide apostolic witness on the life, teachings, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, the Lord. Each gospel offered unique original significance and pastoral aims to its intended audiences, and continues to provide authoritative witness …

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BUS405: Managerial Accounting (MBA Undergrad Section)

Course Description A study of financial accounting techniques and an in-depth examination of the uses of accounting information from a management perspective. Students examine the preparation and analysis of financial reports for control, costing, methods, and systems of planning and control. Emphasis is placed on the use of computerized tools in the preparation and analysis …

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CVC421: Recovery Coaching & Peer Support Specialist

The purpose of this course is to gain the knowledge and skills to excel as a peer support specialist as evidenced by possessing the knowledge necessary to pass the various state and national certification exams. Students will also begin the process of applying for certification in their state and complete a portfolio outlining in detail the remaining steps to complete in order to become certified.

CVC442: Internship/Practicum 1 (interns/new ministry staff only)

This course will provide the training for residential ministry to homeless and addicted persons in recovery in rescue missions or similar organizations.
Students in this course will receive academic credit for a degree-related internship at an approved location.

BUS601: Managerial Accounting

A study of financial accounting techniques and an in-depth examination of the uses of accounting information from a management perspective. Students examine the preparation and analysis of financial reports for control, costing, methods, and systems of planning and control. Emphasis is placed on the use of computerized tools in the preparation and analysis of accounting reports.

CVC409: Biblical Theology

This course presents theology as a unified narrative: the story of a sovereign God redeeming a people for Himself through Christ’s victory over Satan, sin, and death, and restoring creation to the shalom (wholeness and peace) of the Kingdom of God.