A Ministry of Landmark Baptist Church

Course Descriptions

BEHAVIOR - BE


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BE-100 BEHAVIOR

This study is an introduction to the patterns of human behavior, with special regard for the Christian world view.

BE-101 DEVELOPMENTAL BEHAVIOR

This study is a course designed for teachers, parents, and youth leaders to introduce them to the behavioral factors in the development of a person from birth to young adult, including the physical, moral, social, mental, and spiritual phases of life.

BE-102 ADOLESCENT BEHAVIOR

This study is a specialized study of the adolescent mind and temperament and how best to deal with the various problems of youth.

BE-103 LEADERSHIP

Biblical principles of leadership are learned. These principles are then illustrated by Biblical examples and through the lives of both current and past leaders.

BIBLE - BI


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BI-101, 102 BIBLE DOCTRINES

The major doctrines of the Christian faith will be studied and demonstrated from the Scriptures. Two semesters.

BI-103 OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY

This is a survey study of the Old Testament with outlines, lectures, and discussions designed to give the student a working knowledge of the Old Testament.

BI-104 NEW TESTAMENT SURVEY

This course includes a brief study of the political, social, moral and religious backgrounds of the New Testament, and a survey of each book including authorship, date and occasion of writing, theme, and purpose.

BI-105 BIBLE STUDY METHODS

This study is an in-depth look at different methods of studying the Bible. Underlying philosophy, universal laws, and basic principles of interpretation will be studied.

BI -106 LIFE OF PAUL

This study is a look at the life of Paul with an emphasis on practical application and on missions.

BI-201 LIFE OF CHRIST

This study is a chronological study of the earthly life of Christ as set forth in the four Gospels. Special emphasis is given to the birth, baptism, temptation, transfiguration, crucifixion, resurrection, and ascension of Christ.

BI-202 FEAR OF THE LORD

The foundational importance of the fear of the Lord will be given from the Bible and applied to daily life.

BI-203 CHRISTIAN EVIDENCES

This study is defense of the Christian faith against arguments aimed against it. It is a demonstration of the factualness of the Scriptures.

BI-300, 301 INSPIRATION OF SCRIPTURE

This study is a two semester detailed look at the Bible. The first semester focuses on doctrine, canonicity, principles of translation and the two textual families. The second semester focuses on the veracity of the King James Bible.

BI-302 THE HOLY SPIRIT

This study covers the person and work of the Holy Spirit in the OT, and the NT, including the Tribulation.

BI-303 BIBLICAL INTERPRETATION

This is a study of the methods and principles of Biblical interpretation giving particular attention to the nature and structure of Scripture, the unfolding character of revelation, prophecy, symbolism, and parables. Difficult passages and problem areas in interpretation are considered and explained.

BI-304 PRAYER

The purpose and mandate for prayer is studied. The prayers in the Bible are examined.

BIBLE EXEGESIS

Bible Exegesis is a concentrated study of a book of the Bible. Every four year Landmark Baptist College graduate will take 6 semesters (12hours) of Bible Exegesis. Different courses will be offered each year.

BI-305 GENESIS

This study is an introduction to Genesis and a survey of its contents with a concentrated exposition of specific passages.

BI-306 LIFE OF MOSES

This study is a look at the life of Moses with an emphasis on God's call, equipping, and leading the man of God. This course studies Exodus and Numbers.

BI-307 LEVITICUS

This study is a thorough treatment of Leviticus giving special attention to the Levitical laws, feasts, and practices contained therein and their fulfillment as realized in the New Testament.

BI-308 DEUTERONOMY

This is an introduction to Deuteronomy and a survey of its contents with a concentrated exposition of specific facts.

BI-309 JOSHUA

This is an introduction to Joshua and survey of its contents with a concentrated exposition of specific passages.

BI-310 JUDGES AND RUTH

This is an introduction to Judges and Ruth with a survey of their contents and a concentrated exposition of this pre-kingdom period of Israel's history.

BI -311 LIFE OF DAVID

This study will reveal God's power and direction in a man's life. The prophetic aspects of David's life will be seen. (I, II Samuel, I Chron.)

BI-312 HISTORY OF ISRAEL'S KINGS

The History of the kings of Israel will be studied. It will begin with the death of David and conclude with Cyrus' decree to restore Jerusalem. (I, II Kings, II Chronicles.)

BI-313 EZRA, NEHEMIAH, ESTHER

The events chronicled through these books will be studied. Particular attention will be given to both Divine and human leadership.

BI-314 JOB

This study is an introduction to Job and a survey of it contents with a concentrated exposition of specific passages; as well as drawing parallels with trials of Job and the believer's walk today.

BI-315 PSALMS I

This study is an introduction to Psalms 1 to 80 and a survey of its contents with a concentrated exposition of specific passages.

BI-316 PSALMS II

This study is an introduction to Psalms 81 to 150 and a survey of its contents with a concentrated exposition of specific passages.

BI-317 PROVERBS

This study is an introduction to Proverbs and a survey of its contents with a concentrated exposition of specific passages.

BI-318 ECCLESIASTES AND SONG OF SOLOMON

These two poetic books of Solomon will be explored for their content and personal application.

BI-319 ISAIAH

This study is an introduction to Isaiah and a survey of its contents with a concentrated exposition of specific passages.

BI-320 JEREMIAH AND LAMENTATIONS

Jeremiah's writings will be explored for the Theological and doctrinal content. Personal application will be made throughout the study.

BI-321 EZEKIEL

This study is an introduction to Ezekiel and a survey of its contents with a concentrated exposition of specific passages.

BI-322 DANIEL

This study is an introduction to Daniel noting its addition to prophetic knowledge.

BI-323 HOSEA, JOEL, AND AMOS

These books will be studied for their message, theology, prophetic, and personal applications.

BI-324 OBADIAH, JONAH, MICAH, NAHUM, HABAKKUK

These books will be studied for their message, theology, prophetic, and personal applications.

BI-325 ZEPHANIAH, HAGGAI, ZECHARIAH, MALACHI

These books will be studied for their message, theology, prophetic, and personal applications.

BI-326 MATTHEW AND MARK

These books will be studied for their account of the life of Christ, both in comparison and contrast with each other.

BI-327 LUKE

This study is an introduction to Luke and a survey of its contents with a concentrated exposition of specific passages.

BI-328 JOHN

This study is an introduction to John and a survey of its unique content and message of Jesus Christ.

BI-329 ACTS

This study is an introduction to Acts showing the history of the early church and the doctrine given.

BI-330 ROMANS

This study is an introduction to Romans showing the glory of God and the truths of salvation.

BI-331 I CORINTHIANS

An introduction is done to I Corinthians which shows the way to handle church problems to God's glory.

BI-332 II CORINTHIANS

This study is an introduction to II Corinthians is given which shows the heart of Paul in dealing with the Corinthians.

BI-333 GALATIANS, EPHESIANS, PHILIPPIANS, COLOSSIANS

These foundational books will emphasize Grace, the law, the Church, and the victorious Christian life.

BI-334 I & II THESSALONIANS

The practical message and prophetic message of these books will be explored.

BI-335 I & II TIMOTHY

This is an introduction to I & II Timothy and the doctrine of today's church.

BI-336 TITUS AND PHILEMON

This study is a book of church doctrine to a pastor with an immature church.

BI-337 HEBREWS AND JAMES

The theological and practical messages of these books will be explored.

BI-338 I PETER

This is a study of how to grow in persecution.

BI-339 II PETER

This is a study which reveals false teachers in the end times.

BI-340 I, II, III JOHN, AND JUDE

The practical and prophetic messages of these books will be studied.

BI-341 REVELATION

An introduction to Revelation which shows the prophetic message is readily understandable.

EDUCATION-ED


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The Education Department consists of general, elementary, and secondary education courses.

ED-201 CHRISTIAN PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

This study is a survey of Biblical Christian education principles contrasted with secular education.

ED-202 CHAMPION CHRISTIAN TEACHER

A detailed look at the qualities that make an outstanding Christian teacher is given.

ED-203 TEACHING TECHNIQUES

This study is an introductory course which explains the aims, materials, and general methods techniques used in teaching school. There will be a focus on practical techniques and skills.

ED-204 TESTS AND MEASUREMENTS

Creation, selection, use, and scoring of teacher made tests is studied. Achievement tests, statistics, aptitude, and personality tests are also covered in this course.

ED-207, 208 NEWSLETTER PRODUCTION

This is a study of the organization and production of a newsletter to include basic desktop publishing. This course is preparation for either advising or working on a newsletter staff.

ED-300 TEACHING ART

This study is a course designed to acquaint the school teacher with the materials, methods, and procedures for creative teaching of art in terms of the needs, interests, and abilities of each age group. Includes a brief study of the basic principles of art and art appreciation. Emphasis is on the teacher's own working experience with various media.

ED-301 TEACHING HISTORY

This course is of the basic principles, methods and philosophy of communicating the facts of history and the lessons to be learned from the study of history.

ED-302 TEACHING SCIENCE

A study is made of the basic principles and methods of communicating scientific facts and concepts to students.

ED-303 TEACHING MATH

A study is done of the basic principles and methods of teaching mathematic concepts and methods to students.

ED-304 TEACHING LANGUAGE ARTS

A study of the basic principles and methods of teaching grammar and composition concepts to students.

ED-305 TEACHING PHYSICAL EDUCATION

This is a study of the basic principles of teaching proper physical education to students.

ED-306 TEACHING HEALTH

A study of the proper methods of teaching health and hygiene to students is done.

ED-307 TEACHING PHONICS

This is an intensive study of phonics to prepare teachers in helping children learn to read.

ED-316 TEACHING THE BIBLE

This is a study of the methods and materials used for teaching the Bible in both the church and Christian schools.

ED-401 METHODS AND MATERIALS

A study of audio-visual methods, materials, and equipment useful to the teacher in the classroom is done.

ED-402 THE SELF-PACED CLASSROOM

This covers the methods, procedures, and philosophy of operating a programmed instruction school.

ED-403 CHRISTIAN SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION

Basic issues in administrating Christian school and studies including organization, basic personnel, finances, and equipment is done.

ED-404 STARTING A CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

This is a comprehensive study of the methods for starting a Christian school from scratch.

ED-406 BIBLICAL DISCIPLINE

A study of the Biblical principles of the discipline of children and young people is done.

ED-407 STUDENT TEACHING

Student teaching is scheduled with the college administration and must be taken during the fourth year. The student spends a full semester observing and teaching under the supervision of a master classroom teacher.

ED-509 RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF CURRICULUM

Prereq: EN-101, 102

This course teaches research skills and the correct form in which to document the findings in an academic paper. The student will learn the proper way to do a thesis or dissertation for advanced study.

ED-591 BIBLE COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION

The basic principles of building, developing, and administrating a Bible College are studied.

ED-593 THE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

Understanding the Christian school ministry is seen from the perspective of and role of the pastor.

ENGLISH - EN


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EN-100 INTRODUCTORY ENGLISH

This study is an elective non-credit course designed to prepare a student for college level English courses. Required of students who do not pass the English Placement Test (EPT).

EN-101 ENGLISH GRAMMAR

Prereq: EN-100 or successful completion of EPT.

This study is a review of the fundamentals of English grammar.

EN-102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION

Prereq: EN-101

This is a review of the fundamentals of composition.

EN-103 AMERICAN LITERATURE

This is a survey of American writers from the colonial period to the present day.

EN-104-107 ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

This is an introduction to English for the student whose primary language is not English.

EN-200 ENGLISH LITERATURE

A survey of English literature from Beowulf to the present day is done.

EN-201 INTERMEDIATE ENGLISH

Prereq: EN-102

This is an intensive study of descriptive English grammar and composition, examining the grammatical structure of the English language according to current formal usage.

EN-300 HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE

This studies the English language from the time of the earliest records, with an emphasis on the major external influences and internal changes which have shaped our present language.

EN-301 PROSE AND POETRY

Prereq: EN-201

This is a study of the poetic books of the Bible and selected poetry for their content and dramatic values. Prose of aesthetic and spiritual value are also studied.

EN-302 LITERARY CRITICISM

A study of the critical principles, approaches, and technical concepts and terms important in the interpretation and evaluation of literature is done.

EN-400 ADVANCED ENGLISH

Prereq: EN-201

This is designed for students who wish to investigate an author, genre, or period independently. The student will have extensive and guided reading in their chosen area.

EN-401 SHAKESPEARE

A look at selected comedies, histories, and tragedies of Shakespeare is done.

EN-402 WORLD LITERATURE

A look at the works of selected authors from around the world is done.

HISTORY - HI


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HI-101 BAPTIST HISTORY

The course surveys Baptist principles and the people who held them from the time of Christ until the present.

HI-201 WORLD HISTORY I

The history of man on earth from creation until the Reformation is studied.

HI-202 WORLD HISTORY II

Prereq: HI-201

The history of man from the Reformation until the present is studied.

HI-301, 302 UNITED STATES HISTORY

A study of the history of the United States from the colonial period until the present is studied. Emphasis is placed upon our Christian heritage and the challenges to it. Two semesters.

HI-303 U.S. PRESIDENTS

Prereq: HI-301

A survey of U.S. History from the perspective of the Presidential administrations is done.

HI-401 HISTORY OF FUNDAMENTALISM

This is a comprehensive study of fundamentalism from an independent Baptist perspective.

HI-402 GEOGRAPHY

This is world geography with emphasis on the problems of man's relationship to the land. The distribution of population and the significance of soils, climate, terrain, vegetation, minerals, and water to mankind is seen.

HI-403 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT

This course considers the features of American government, its organizational structure, and the way it functions on a federal, state, and local basis.

HI-404 BIBLE GEOGRAPHY

A study of the geography of the Bible Lands is done. Map studies are done in class. An emphasis is placed upon Palestine and the historical-geographical study of Jerusalem.

HI-405 HISTORY OF ISRAEL

This is the history of God's chosen people, the Jews, from Genesis through modern times.

HI-501 HISTORY OF ENGLAND

This is a study of the history of England from its formation to present day.

HI-502 THE REFORMATION PERIOD

This is a study in the changes in the western civilization that took place during the Sixteenth Century in Europe.

MATHEMATICS - MA


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MA-100 COLLEGE MATHEMATICS

This is an arithmetic-based course with an emphasis on application problem-solving. Real numbers, ratio, fractions, percent, formula, and statistics are studied. Required of students who do not pass the Math Proficiency Exam (MPE).

MA-101 APPLIED MATHEMATICS

This studies the practical applications of mathematics to problem-solving in the everyday world.

MA-102 BUSINESS MATH

This studies the practical applications of mathematics to problem-solving in business and general economics.

MA-200 COLLEGE ALGEBRA I

Prereq: MA-100 or equivalent.

This is a study of exponents, radicals, rational expressions, linear and quadratic equations, inequalities, systems of equations, and applications.

MA-201 COLLEGE ALGEBRA II

Prereq: MA-200 or equivalent.

This is a study of functions, graphing techniques, and applications.

MA-203 LINEAR ALGEBRA

Prereq: MA-201 or equivalent.

This is an introduction to vector spaces, Euclidean spaces, the foundational propositions of linear algebra, matrices, and quadratic forms.

MA-300 COLLEGE TRIGONOMETRY

Prereq: MA-200 or equivalent.

This is a study of the various methods used for solving triangular problems. The analytical function of trigonometry is demonstrated through investigations of identities and simple equation solutions. The additional topics of exponential and logarithmic functions, matrices, sequences, and probability are discussed.

MA-301 INTRODUCTORY CALCULUS

Prereq: MA-300

This is an introductory study of the basic principles of differential and integral calculus.

MA-302 COLLEGE GEOMETRY

Prereq: MA-301

This is an introduction to advanced Euclidean geometry with topics including circles, constructions, loci, polygons, triangles, and congruences.

MISSIONS - MI


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MI-101 SURVEY OF MISSIONS

Taught are general principles that every Christian should understand about missions. Designed to create missions-conscious Christians and churches.

MI-201 COMPARATIVE RELIGIONS

This is a study of other religions with the purpose of spelling out the falsity of the enemies of the Christian faith and the superiority of the faith which was once delivered unto the saints.

MI-202 ANTHROPOLOGY

This is a study of various world cultures including cultural theory, customs, and religions. This course provides a better understanding of cultural needs.

MI-203 CULTS

Religious groups are studied which are marked with strong denials of the Biblical truths especially about Christ, His birth, His life, His death, His resurrection, and His coming again.

MI-204 DEPUTATION MINISTRY

A look is given at the procedures and principles for getting to the mission field using the deputation method.

MI-301 CROSS-CULTURAL MINISTRIES

An examination of the dynamics of church growth is done. The fundamentals of cross-cultural evangelism (missions), knowledge of how the church grows in the social structures of homogeneous population, and an emphasis on the application of this knowledge and these principles to evangelism and urban-church planting in the United States and around the world.

MI-302 CHURCH PLANTING

See heading under Practical Theology

MI-401, 402 MISS. PRINCIPLES, PRACTICES, AND METHODS

A two semester look is done at the basics that every missionary needs to know to function in the mission field.

MUSIC - MU


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MU-100 FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC

This is a review of rhythm, note reading, key signatures, time signatures, and various other rudiments of music. Required of students who do not pass the Music Theory Proficiency Exam (MTPE).

MU-101 MUSIC THEORY I

Prereq: MU-100 or successful completion of MTPE.

This course is foundational to the student's musical experience and understanding. The student will receive instruction in music fundamentals including: notation, major and minor keys, scales, intervals, chords, rhythm, ear training, figured bass, and part writing.

MU-102 MUSIC THEORY II

Prereq: MU-102

This course is a continuation of Music Theory I, with advanced instruction in instrumentation, chord progressions, four-part voice writing, cadences, musical forms, non-chord tones, modulation, secondary dominants, and simple musical forms .

MU-103 BASIC CHURCH MUSIC

Students are given a basic working knowledge of music fundamentals. They are taught to be aware of the place, principles, and practice of music in the church, while developing a working Biblical philosophy of church music.

MU-104 COLLEGE CHOIR

The college choir prepares songs for special music at Landmark Baptist Church each Wednesday evening. Students sharpen sight reading, communication, and choral singing skills while praising the Lord in song. This choir also performs a wide selection of vocal literature and performs for various occasions and choral concerts. Everyone is welcome to try out for the choir. Students enrolled in this class for credit are required to be at all performances.

MU-201 MUSIC HISTORY

This course is a survey of the major composers, their literature, and musical forms from past to present. The student will also learn from the master's of past and present sacred music. They will study the lives of composers, instructors, directors, and performers of both classical and sacred music.

MU-202 INSTRUMENTATION

Instrumentation is a general study of all the instruments necessary to make up an orchestra, including: strings, brass, woodwinds, percussions, and flute. A working knowledge of each instrument and light instruction in playing each instrument will be given in class.

MU-301 CONDUCTING

This course starts with the basic patterns and techniques for choral conducting and continues through instrumental conducting techniques. Students are given basic instruction and some practical experience in conducting choirs, ensembles, and orchestras.

MU-302 MUSIC COMPOSITION

This course covers the structure and form of music from early to more recent times. Students will learn vocal and instrumental arranging techniques for choir and orchestra. There will be an emphasis on originality in composition while maintaining fundamental standards.

MU-401 VOICE CLASS

Instruction is given in the basic fundamentals of singing technique. It will teach each student to reach his full potential.

MU-402 CHRISTIAN PHILOSOPHY OF MUSIC

Understanding philosophy is fundamental to success in any area of life. Studying the Philosophy of Christian Music will help the serious student make right decisions about music in church.

OTHER COURSES CONSIDERED FOR CREDIT:

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT:

This course is intended to develop proficiency in a chosen instrument such as piano, flute, trumpet, clarinet, etc.

ORCHESTRA:

This course requires participation in the church orchestra as well as various other performances and events.

CHOIR:

This course requires participation in the college choir. Students enrolled in this class for credit are required to be at all performances.

ENSEMBLE:

This course is restricted to the chamber ensemble and representative tour ensemble members. Ensemble members prepare various selections of sacred music for presentation in Baptist churches and Christian Schools. Participation is required at all performance events. Inter-term and summer involvement is required for tour ensembles. Tour Ensemble members

PRACTICAL THEOLOGY - PT


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PT-100 PERSONAL EVANGELISM

This is a study of the various phases of evangelism: door to door, the altar, church programs evangelistically, etc. Importance is placed on the fact that every Christian should be a soulwinner.

PT-101 MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY

A study of the Biblical principles of courtship, marriage, home, and family is done.

PT-102 PERSONAL MONEY MANAGEMENT

A study is done of the principles of personal money management to include personal/family budgets, credit, insurance, and the care and maintenance of a checking account.

PT-103 ETIQUETTE

This course reviews Christian conduct to prepare the student for service in every walk of life.

PT-201 BUS MINISTRY

This is a study of the bus pastor; bus workers; and how to start, maintain, and build routes.

PT-202 YOUTH MINISTRY

A study of the ministry of the local church to teenagers and the roles of the youth pastor is done.

PT-203 CHRISTIAN WOMANHOOD

This is a study of the unique role in life that a Christian woman can fill.

PT-204 CHRISTIAN CAMPING

This is a study of the significance of the people, programs, equipment, and organization of Christian camps.

PT-301 SUNDAY SCHOOL

This course covers the aims, methods, organization, and administration of the department of the Sunday School including offices, teacher's meetings, teacher training, and visitation.

PT-302 SENIORS MINISTRY

This is a study of the principles, practices, and methods of an effective ministry to seniors.

PT-303 CHURCH PLANTING

This is a study of the factors involved in pioneering a new church using Biblical methods for choosing the field, building the congregation, visitation, promotion, publicity, construction of buildings, etc.

PT-304 CHRISTIAN ETHICS

This is a study of Biblical character, standards, and ethical behavior patterns.

PT-305 BIBLICAL COUNSELING

This is an introductory study of nouthetic counseling.

PT-400, 401 SPEECH

This is a general course in the act of speaking with emphasis on voice production and development, platform manner, gestures, speech preparation, and practice in presenting various types of speeches.

PT-402 HOMILETICS

The techniques and styles of pulpit exhortation are studied. Outlining and organizational methods are explored. Types of sermons are studied.

PT-403 PRACTICE PREACHING

The student will be given the opportunity to preach using several different types of sermons.

PT-404 PASTORAL THEOLOGY

A study of fundamental principles for effective church leadership is done.

PT-405 CHURCH ADMINISTRATION

A study of the principles and methods for effective church administration and church building is given.

PT-406 CHURCH FINANCE

Focusing on the various aspects of finance within the local church; emphasis is given to the church budget, raising of money, useful stewardship programs, asset management, IRS standards, and cash flow.

PT-407 THE SECOND MAN

A study of the various facets and responsibilities of an associate pastor is given.

PT-408 SPIRITUAL LEADERSHIP

A study of the principles necessary for being an effective spiritual leader is given.

SCIENCE - SC


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SC-100 PHYSICAL SCIENCE SURVEY I

Prereq: MA-100 or equivalent

An introductory survey of meteorology, oceanography, astronomy and geology from the Christian perspective is done.

SC-101 PHYSICAL SCIENCE SURVEY II

Prereq: SC-100

An introductory study of physics and chemistry is done.

SC-102 BIOLOGY I

This is an introduction to plant biology and an overview of the major systems of human anatomy and physiology.

SC-200 CHEMISTRY I

Prereq: MA-200 or equivalent.

This is a basic introduction to the principles of chemistry. Symbols, formulas, equations, atomic structure and periodic law, chemical and physical properties of matter, and nomenclature.

SC-201 CREATION SCIENCE

A study of the Christian perspective of Creation and evolution is given.

SC-202 GEOLOGY I

Prereq: SC-100

This is a study of the Earth, its present characteristics, and its history, as made evident by the Earth itself. Special emphasis will be given to the mechanisms and effects of the Great Flood of Genesis.

SC-300 BIOLOGY II

Prereq: SC-102

A study is done of the environment and ecology, animal biology, cell biology, metabolism, reproduction and genetics.

SC-301 CHEMISTRY II

Prereq: SC-200

A study is done of the principles of chemical kinetics, solutions, equilibria, acids and bases, thermodynamics, oxidation and reduction, metals and non-metals, and introductory organic chemistry.

SC-302 PHYSICS I

Prereq: MA-300

An introduction is given to the basic concepts of classical physics to include vector mechanics, force, motion, work, energy, momentum, impulse, and rotational motion.

SC-303 PHYSICS II

Prereq: SC-302

An introductory study is given of the nature of matter and energy with a general study of the laws of equilibrium, motion, energy, work, momentum and vibration.

SC-304 INTRODUCTORY ELECTRICITY

Prereq: MA-200

An introduction is done to the basic concepts of electricity to include current, voltage, power, and the basics of AC and DC circuits.

SC-400 BOTANY

Prereq: SC-300

A survey is given of the plant kingdom emphasizing the anatomy, physiology, taxonomy, and ecological significance of selected plant organisms.

SC-401 ZOOLOGY

Prereq: SC-300

A survey of the animal kingdom emphasizing the morphology, physiology, and ecological significance of selected animal organisms is done.

SC-402 PHYSICS III

Prereq: SC-303

An introduction to the basic principles of fluid mechanics is given, wave phenomena, thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism.

SC-403 INTRODUCTORY ELECTRONICS

Prereq: SC-304

An introduction is done to the basic principles of AC/DC circuits, solid-state circuits, and semi-conductor theory.