Course Information

 

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Associate Degree Transferred In (A44)

Credits:44

Accounting for Decision Making (ACC 300)

Credits:3

3 Hours An examination of contemporary accounting issues relevant to decision makers and managers,such as principles, techniques,and various uses of accounting in the planning and decision making within organizations. Study includes generally accepted accounting principles and techniques for measurement and reporting of financial information in a balance sheet, income statement, and statement of cash flows.

Credit Transfer (AT)

Credits:0

Bachelor Degree Transferred In (B59)

Credits:0

Humanity in Christ (BT 330)

Credits:3

Biblical Ethics (BT 340)

Credits:3

Major Theologians and Their Contexts (BT 440)

Credits:3

Christian Theology 1 (BT 450)

Credits:3

Christian Theology 2 (BT 451)

Credits:3

3 Hours Prerequisite: BT 450. An advanced course that equips students with a biblical methodology for exploring key Christian doctrines. The class focuses on how to theologize from the entirety of Scripture while paying careful attention to the specific context of each passage as well its broader place in God's unfolding revelation. The course will also introduce students to key issues in Christian apologetics.

Global Evangelism (CCM 315)

Credits:2

Creative Bible Teaching (CE 335)

Credits:3

3 Hours An in-depth study of modern teaching techniques and their use in preparing and presenting Biblical lessons. The study will also focus on preparing course and lesson objectives in writing curriculum.

New Church Planting (CM 360)

Credits:3

Practical Issues and Strategies in Church Planting (CM 430)

Credits:3

3 Hours Prerequisite: CM 360. This course provides a discussion regarding the strategies most useful in launching, establishing and promulgating new churches.

Intro. to Early Childhood Education (ECE 100)

Credits:3

Understanding and Teaching Children with Special Needs (ECE 290)

Credits:3

Early Childhood Lab (Preschool) (ECE 302)

Credits:2

Early Childhood Lab (Admin.) (ECE 403)

Credits:2

Early Childhood Education Administration (ECE 410)

Credits:3

Composition and Grammar Lab (EN 128)

Credits:1

English as a Second Language (ESL 090)

Credits:3

English as a Second Language Lab (ESL 091)

Credits:1

Managerial Finance (FIN 300)

Credits:3

3 Hours A study of the major components of managerial finance and how they relate to the business organization. Topics include maximizing stakeholder value, financial institutions and markets; financial statement analysis; cash and working capital planning; application of time value of money concepts to the organization; debt and equity security valuations; capital budgeting;cost of capital;leverage; and capital structures.

Courses taken at GLBC (GLBC)

Credits:0

Academic Advancement (GS 110)

Credits:1

1 Hour Academic Advancement is designed to help students who are on academic probation make progress towards academic success by working with the student success office and by focusing on organization, prioritization, and work ethic.

Senior Seminar (GS 400)

Credits:2

2 Hours Prerequisite: Last year of studies. A senior capstone course in which students reflect on their spiritual and academic progress during their program. Students also learn principles for professional success. Students develop and present a major research project on a relevant topic in their field of service.

Seminar on World War II (HI 275)

Credits:1

Introduction to Theater (HU 100)

Credits:2

Improvisation Performance (HU 150)

Credits:1

Theater Skills (HU 161)

Credits:2

Special Studies in Interpersonal and Organizational Communication (IOC 492)

Credits:1

IOC Internship (IOC 495)

Credits:1

Research Methods and Analysis (MGT 300)

Credits:3

An analysis of the research methods available for the contemporary organization. Topics include break-even analysis, linear programming, sensitivity analysis, internal statistics, regression, multi-variant analysis, constraint management and other decision-making models. Emphasis is on the systematic process of collecting, analyzing, and interpreting data to answer a specific research question. Students will study quantitative and qualitative techniques useful in management decision making. The student will learn how to write a research proposal and research paper, and make a presentation.

Marketing Strategies and Public Relations (MGT 340)

Credits:3

Fundamental marketing strategies are explored. Various strategies are used to develop effective and practical solutions to real marketing issues. Marketing strategies will cover brand development, crafting the brand message, creative, and various media strategies. Course will conclude with a study of public relation communication processes and tools.

Philanthropy/Funding Your Vision (MGT 400)

Credits:3

3 Hours Course will provide an overview of the various funding options for nonprofit organizations. Students will gain insight into the importance of developing a funding strategy designed toward sustainability of the organization. Topics will include: capital and comprehensive campaigns, donor development, grants, and fundraising activities and events.

Business Internship (MGT 495)

Credits:0

3 Hours A practicum occurring near the end of the Business Management-Nonprofit studies in which the student works within a nonprofit organization as an observer / participant using skills and knowledge gained in the classroom. The study will culminate with a definitive folio of his/her experience.

Aural Harmony 1 (MUS 125)

Credits:1

1 Hour An aural introduction to the rudiments of music including recognition of simple intervals, major and minor scales, stepwise and/or simple arpeggiated melodies, and tonic and dominant harmony. Drills include melodic, harmonic and rhythmic dictation, and sight-singing.

"Women of Praise" Ensemble (MUS 130)

Credits:1

1 Hour An auditioned women's ensemble performing music in a variety of styles. Students are accepted in the first semester with a year-long commitment. Performances include the Fall Concert, Christmas Chapel, and other various performances on campus.

Performance Ensemble (MUS 135)

Credits:1

2 Hour A small vocal or instrumental ensemble formed on the basis of audition and supervised for public appearance on behalf of the College. The instrumental ensemble plays for Chapel services and other public programs. Students are expected to serve in the group the entire year.

Performance ensemble (MUS 136)

Credits:1

1 Hour A small vocal or instrumental ensemble formed on the basis of audition and supervised for public appearance on behalf of the College. The instrumental ensemble plays for Chapel services and other public programs. Students are expected to serve in the group the entire year.

Performance Ensemble (MUS 137)

Credits:1

1 Hour A small vocal or instrumental ensemble formed on the basis of audition and supervised for public appearance on behalf of the College. The instrumental ensemble plays for Chapel services and other public programs. Students are expected to serve in the group the entire year.

Performance Ensemble (MUS 138)

Credits:1

1 Hour A small vocal or instrumental ensemble formed on the basis of audition and supervised for public appearance on behalf of the College. The instrumental ensemble plays for Chapel services and other public programs. Students are expected to serve in the group the entire year.

Performance Ensemble (MUS 139)

Credits:1

1 Hour A small vocal or instrumental ensemble formed on the basis of audition and supervised for public appearance on behalf of the College. The instrumental ensemble plays for Chapel services and other public programs. Students are expected to serve in the group the entire year.

Class Guitar (MUS 140)

Credits:1

1 Hour Group instruction at the beginning level in acoustic rhythmic guitar.

Class Voice (MUS 142)

Credits:1

1 Hour Singing instruction in a group setting with an emphasis on fundamental vocal techniques and performance skill. This course is designed for the student with little or no previous vocal training and prepares the student for applied private instruction.

Applied Guitar for non-music majors (MUS 145)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in guitar for non-music majors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Guitar for non-music majors (MUS 146)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in guitar for non-music majors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Piano for non-music majors (MUS 150)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in piano for non-piano majors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Piano for non-music majors (MUS 151)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in piano for non-piano majors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Piano for non-music majors (MUS 153)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in piano for non-piano majors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Choral Ensemble (MUS 160)

Credits:1

Mus 160-169 1 Hour An auditioned performance group presenting music in a variety of styles. Students are accepted in the first semester with a yearlong commitment. Performances include a fall and winter mini-tour and a week-long tour during the Spring "Week of Outreach."

Concert Choir (MUS 161)

Credits:1

1 Hour An auditioned performance group presenting music in a variety of styles. Students are accepted in the first semester with a yearlong commitment. Performances include a fall and winter mini-tour and a week-long tour during the Spring "Week of Outreach."

Concert Choir (MUS 162)

Credits:1

1 Hour An auditioned performance group presenting music in a variety of styles. Students are accepted in the first semester with a yearlong commitment. Performances include a fall and winter mini-tour and a week-long tour during the Spring "Week of Outreach."

Concert Choir (MUS 163)

Credits:1

1 Hour An auditioned performance group presenting music in a variety of styles. Students are accepted in the first semester with a yearlong commitment. Performances include a fall and winter mini-tour and a week-long tour during the Spring "Week of Outreach." (Numbering based on educational level).

Concert Choir (MUS 164)

Credits:1

1 Hour An auditioned performance group presenting music in a variety of styles. Students are accepted in the first semester with a yearlong commitment. Performances include a fall and winter mini-tour and a week-long tour during the Spring "Week of Outreach."

Choral Ensemble (MUS 165)

Credits:1

1 Hour An auditioned performance group presenting music in a variety of styles. Students are accepted in the first semester with a yearlong commitment. Performances include a fall and winter mini-tour and a week-long tour during the Spring "Week of Outreach."

Choral Ensemble (MUS 166)

Credits:1

1 Hour An auditioned performance group presenting music in a variety of styles. Students are accepted in the first semester with a yearlong commitment. Performances include a fall and winter mini-tour and a week-long tour during the Spring "Week of Outreach."

Concert Choir (MUS 167)

Credits:1

1 Hour An auditioned performance group presenting music in a variety of styles. Students are accepted in the first semester with a yearlong commitment. Performances include a fall and winter mini-tour and a week-long tour during the Spring "Week of Outreach."

Concert Choir (MUS 168)

Credits:1

1 Hour An auditioned performance group presenting music in a variety of styles. Students are accepted in the first semester with a yearlong commitment. Performances include a fall and winter mini-tour and a week-long tour during the Spring "Week of Outreach."

Concert Choir (MUS 169)

Credits:1

1 Hour An auditioned performance group presenting music in a variety of styles. Students are accepted in the first semester with a yearlong commitment. Performances include a fall and winter mini-tour and a week-long tour during the Spring "Week of Outreach."

Applied Guitar for Music majors/minors (MUS 175)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in guitar, normally the first semester of study for a music major or minor. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Guitar for music majors/minors (MUS 176)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in guitar, normally the second semester of study for a music major or minor. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Piano for music majors/minors (MUS 180)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in piano, normally the first semester of study for a music major or minor. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Piano for music majors/minors (MUS 181)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in piano, normally the second semester of study for a music major or minor. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Voice for music majors/minors (MUS 185)

Credits:1

1 Hour Prerequisite: completion of the music major audition Private instruction in voice, normally the first semester of study for a music major or minor. This course places a strong emphasis on fundamental vocal technique, including breath management skills, vowel definition, and basic performance skills. Repertoire chosen at the discretion of the studio teacher will consist of approximately 5 - 7 songs, one or two of which may be in the Italian language. One credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class. A jury exam is required at the end of the semester.

Applied Voice for music majors/minors (MUS 186)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in voice, normally the second semester of study for a music major or minor. This course places a strong emphasis on fundamental vocal technique, including breath management skills, vowel definition, and basic performance skills. Repertoire chosen at the discretion of the studio teacher will consist of approximately 5 - 7 songs, one or two of which may be in the Italian language. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class. A jury exam is required at the end of the semester.

Music Methods for Children (MUS 210)

Credits:2

2 Hours Prerequisites: MU 100 (non-majors), MU 120 (majors) Philosophies, methods, and techniques for teaching music to children, with emphasis on developing lesson plans and graded music curriculum for the classroom or church.

Choral Conducting (MUS 215)

Credits:3

3 Hours Prerequisites: MUS 120 MUS 220 The role, development, and technique of the choral conductor with emphasis on beat patterns and conducting techniques, score preparation, selecting choral music, and choral rehearsal techniques.

Music Theory 2 (MUS 220)

Credits:3

3 Hours A continuation of MUS 120,with emphasis on beginning harmonic analysis with figured bass, use of borrowed chords, secondary dominants, non-harmonic tones, and contemporary chord colors; analysis of music using Roman numeral analysis and contemporary chord symbols.

Aural Harmony 2 (MUS 225)

Credits:1

1 Hour The continued development of the aural concepts learned in MUS 125 through sight-singing and various dictations, with more elaborate interval work and rhythm exercises. Drills include melodic, harmonic and rhythmic dictation and sight-singing.

Applied Guitar for non-music majors (MUS 245)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in guitar for non-music majors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Guitar for non-music majors (MUS 246)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in guitar for non-music majors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Piano for non-music majors (MUS 250)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in piano for non-music majors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Piano for non-music majors (MUS 251)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in piano for non-music majors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Voice for non-music majors (MUS 255)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in voice for non-music majors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Voice for non-music majors (MUS 256)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in voice for non-music majors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Madrigal Singers (MUS 260)

Credits:1

1 Hour An auditioned a capella mixed ensemble which performs Medieval- and Madrigal- style repertoire in an annual dinner concert series during the Fall semester.

Madrigal Singers (MUS 261)

Credits:1

1 Hour An auditioned a capella mixed ensemble which performs Medieval- and Madrigal- style repertoire in an annual dinner concert series during the Fall semester.

MAdrigal Singers (MUS 262)

Credits:1

1 Hour An auditioned a capella mixed ensemble which performs Medieval- and Madrigal- style repertoire in an annual dinner concert series during the Fall semester.

Applied Guitar for music majors/minors (MUS 275)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in guitar for a music major or minor. At the end of second year of study, students will perform in a jury audition to determine their continuation in the music program as a music major or minor. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Guitar for music majors/minors (MUS 276)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in guitar for a music major or minor. At the end of second year of study, students will perform in a jury audition to determine their continuation in the music program as a music major or minor. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Piano for music majors/minors (MUS 280)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in piano, for a music major or minor. At the end of the second year of study, students will perform in a jury audition to determine their continuation in the music program as music major or minors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Piano for music majors/minors (MUS 281)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in piano, for a music major or minor. At the end of the second year of study, students will perform in a jury audition to determine their continuation in the music program as music major or minors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Voice for music majors/minors (MUS 282)

Credits:1

Applied Voice for music majors/minors (MUS 285)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in voice for a music major or minor. This course places a strong emphasis on breath management skills, vowel definition, flexibility and agility, and basic performance skills. Repertoire chosen at the discretion of the studio teacher will consist of approximately 6 - 9 songs in English and Italian, and may include German literature. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class. A jury exam is required at the end of the second year of study.

Applied Voice for music majors/minors (MUS 286)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in voice for a music major or minor. This course places a strong emphasis on breath management skills, vowel definition, flexibility and agility, and basic performance skills. Repertoire chosen at the discretion of the studio teacher will consist of approximately 6 - 9 songs in English and Italian, and may include German literature. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class. A jury exam is required at the end of the second year of study.

Arranging for Worship Team/Band (MUS 300)

Credits:3

3 Hour A continuation of MU 220, emphasizing 3-part and 4-part writing, instrument transposition, and modulation. Also includes instrumentation and orchestration for worship band.

Survey of Music History (MUS 305)

Credits:3

2 Hours A critical survey of the major developments of Western music, beginning with its origins in Classical Greek culture and including Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and twentieth-century periods. Each time period concentrates on its forms and styles, significant composers, and the culture as it relates to and is reflected in music.

Special Topics in Music History (MUS 310)

Credits:3

3 Hours A topical study of key developments, trends,and themes within the Western music tradition, including such topics as the musician's role in society, the developments of opera and the symphony, the Reformation and its musical consequences, and the emergence of nontonal music.

Music in Worship (MUS 315)

Credits:2

3 Hours An in-depth look at the purpose and value of music in the context of worship with emphasis on both historical and current cultural traditions and issues.

Music Theory 3 (MUS 320)

Credits:2

2 Hours Prerequisite: MUS 220. A continuation of MU 220 emphasizing 4-part writing, harmonic analysis, modulations, and advanced harmony.

Aural Harmony 3 (MUS 325)

Credits:1

1 Hour Prerequisite: MUS 220 The further development of aural concepts learned in MUS 225. Longer melodies that emphasize memorization and sense of form include apeggiation of all diatonic triads, minor mode mixture, simple chromaticism, and more complex rhythms. Advanced rhythmic training includes compound meter and more elaborate divisions of the beat.

Applied Guitar for non-music majors (MUS 345)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in guitar for non-music majors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Guitar for non-music major (MUS 346)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in guitar for non-music majors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Piano for non-music majors (MUS 350)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in piano for non-piano majors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Piano for non-music majors (MUS 351)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in piano for non-piano majors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Voice for non-music majors (MUS 355)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in voice for non-vocal majors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Voice for non-music majors (MUS 356)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in voice for non-vocal majors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Guitar for music majors/minors (MUS 375)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in guitar for a music major or minor. At the end of the third year of study, students will perform in a jury audition to determine their continuation in the music program as a music major or minor. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Guitar for music majors/minors (MUS 376)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in guitar for a music major or minor. At the end of the third year of study, students will perform in a jury audition to determine their continuation in the music program as a music major or minor. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Piano for music majors/minors (MUS 380)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in piano, for a music major or minor. At the end of the third year of study, students will perform in a jury audition to determine their continuation in the music program as music major or minors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Piano for music majors/minors (MUS 381)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in piano, for a music major or minor. At the end of the third year of study, students will perform in a jury audition to determine their continuation in the music program as music major or minors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Voice for music majors/minors (MUS 385)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in voice for a music major or minor. This course places a strong emphasis on breath management skills, vowel definition, flexibility and agility, extending and stabilizing vocal range, and performance and interpretive skills. It is recommended that this course also include preparation or performance of a junior (half) recital. Repertoire chosen at the discretion of the studio teacher will consist of approximately 6 - 9 songs in English, Italian, and German, and may include French literature. (One credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class. 2 credits = one 55-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.) A jury exam is required at the end of the third year of study.

Applied Voice for music majors/minors (MUS 386)

Credits:2

1 Hour Private instruction in voice for a music major or minor. This course places a strong emphasis on breath management skills, vowel definition, flexibility and agility, extending and stabilizing vocal range, and performance and interpretive skills. It is recommended that this course also include preparation or performance of a junior (half) recital. Repertoire chosen at the discretion of the studio teacher will consist of approximately 6 - 9 songs in English, Italian, and German, and may include French literature. (One credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class. 2 credits = one 55-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.) A jury exam is required at the end of the third year of study.

Ministry of Music (MUS 415)

Credits:2

2 Hours The role of music in the local church and other church related organizations with emphasis on philosophical and spiritual objectives, as well as practical considerations such as administration, materials, and practices.

Piano Pedagogy (MUS 420)

Credits:2

2 Hours A comprehensive preparation for teaching piano, including discussion of basic techniques for teaching piano to students of different skill levels, and a survey and evaluation of resource material available for piano instruction.

Vocal Pedagogy (MUS 425)

Credits:2

2 Hours Recommended for vocal majors. A preparation for teaching individual and group voice classes. The first part of this course is a comprehensive study of the physiology and acoustics of the singing instrument and the development of a systematic vocal technique. The second part of the course demands the practical application of this material to the teaching of singing.

Guitar Pedagogy (MUS 430)

Credits:2

2 Hours A preparation for teaching individual and group guitar classes, including discussion of basic techniques for teaching guitar to students of different skill levels, and a survey and evaluation of resource material available for guitar instruction. The student will also make practical application of the material by taking on 1-2 outside students to teach during the semester.

Applied Guitar for non-music majors (MUS 445)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in guitar for non-music majors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Guitar for non-music majors (MUS 446)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in guitar for non-music majors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Piano for non-music majors (MUS 450)

Credits:1

1 Hour 1 Hour Private instruction in piano for non-piano majors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Piano for non-music majors (MUS 451)

Credits:1

1 Hour 1 Hour Private instruction in piano for non-piano majors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Voice for non-music majors (MUS 455)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in voice for non-vocal majors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Voice for non-music majors (MUS 456)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in voice for non-vocal majors. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Guitar for music majors/minors (MUS 475)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in guitar for a music major or minor. At the end of the fourth year of study, students will perform in a jury audition to determine their continuation in the music program as a music major or minor. It is recommended that this course also include preparation or performance of a senior recital. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Guitar for music majors/minors (MUS 476)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in guitar for a music major or minor. At the end of the fourth year of study, students will perform in a jury audition to determine their continuation in the music program as a music major or minor. It is recommended that this course also include preparation or performance of a senior recital. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Piano for music majors/minors (MUS 480)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in piano, for a music major or minor. At the end of the fourth year of study, students will perform in a jury audition to determine their continuation in the music program as music major or minors. It is recommended that this course also include preparation or performance of a senior recital. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Piano for music majors/minors (MUS 481)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in piano, for a music major or minor. At the end of the fourth year of study, students will perform in a jury audition to determine their continuation in the music program as music major or minors. It is recommended that this course also include preparation or performance of a senior recital. 1 credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.

Applied Voice for music majors/minors (MUS 485)

Credits:2

1 Hour Private instruction in voice for a music major or minor. This course places a strong emphasis on breath management skills, vowel definition, flexibility and agility, extending and stabilizing vocal range, and performance and interpretive skills. It is recommended that this course also include preparation or performance of a senior recital. Repertoire chosen at the discretion of the studio teacher will consist of approximately 6 - 9 songs in English, Italian, and German, and may include French literature. (One credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class. 2 credits = one 55-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.) A jury exam is required at the end of the fourth year of study.

Applied Voice for music majors/minors (MUS 486)

Credits:1

1 Hour Private instruction in voice for a music major or minor. This course places a strong emphasis on breath management skills, vowel definition, flexibility and agility, extending and stabilizing vocal range, and performance and interpretive skills. It is recommended that this course also include preparation or performance of a senior recital. Repertoire chosen at the discretion of the studio teacher will consist of approximately 6 - 9 songs in English, Italian, and German, and may include French literature. (One credit = one 30-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class. 2 credits = one 55-minute weekly lesson with a 30-minute weekly studio class.) A jury exam is required at the end of the fourth year of study.

Senior Worship Recital (MUS 491)

Credits:1

1 Hour Preparation for a 60-minute worship recital, utilizing the student's primary and secondary instruments. In addition to preparing songs and creative worship elements, the student will recruit and rehearse with a minimum of 4 other musicians, create materials to publicize the recital, and recruit a support team for set up, sound and visual technology.

Music Internship Practicum (MUS 494)

Credits:1

1 Hour Preparation for the student's music internship, including how to write a resume, tips for interviewing, and analysis of job descriptions.As part of the course, the student will complete all preliminary steps and paperwork needed for the internship, including determination of internship site and approval by field supervisor, creation and approval of learning objectives, and signed approval of the learning contract by field and on campus supervisors.

Music Internship (MUS 495)

Credits:3

3 Hours Supervised fieldwork under the direction of a music minister in a local church or a music educator in an academic setting.

New Testament 1 (NT 210)

Credits:3

New Testament 2 (NT 211)

Credits:3

3 Hours Prerequisite: NT 210. A survey of the letters of Paul, Peter, James, and Jude, and all the epistle to the Hebrews. The course objective is to familiarize students with the content of these letters as well as critical and theological issues related to their study.

New Testament 3 (NT 312)

Credits:3

I Corinthians (NT 330)

Credits:3

I Corinthians (NT 430)

Credits:2

2 Hours An advanced, exegetical study of Paul's first letter to the church at Corinth in which the apostle addresses a variety of issues regarding Christian conduct and attitude.

 (oGS)

Credits:0

Personal and Social Ethics (oPH 332)

Credits:3

Old Testament 1 (OT 210)

Credits:3

3 Hours This course will cover Genesis through Kings in the Hebrew arrangement, giving an intermediate-level survey. Key texts for theology and problematic texts will be highlighted.

Old Testament 2 (OT 211)

Credits:3

3 Hours Prerequisite: OT 210 This course will cover the prophets Isaiah through Malachi, giving an intermediate-level survey. Key texts for theology and problematic texts will be highlighted.

Old Testament 3 (OT 312)

Credits:3

3 hours Prerequisite: OT 211 or instructor approval. This course will cover the "Writings" section of the Hebrew canon and consider the theology of the entirety of the Old Testament.

Genesis (OT 320)

Credits:3

3 hours Prerequisite: OT 210 An advanced exegetical course on Genesis focusing on historical context, structure, literary technique and theology.

Social Pyschology (OT 330)

Credits:3

3 Hours A study of how human beings operate within a social context and the experimental research that contributes to an understanding of their social development.

Old Testament Ethics (OT 340)

Credits:3

2 Hours An advanced seminar that examines representative ethical teachings of the Old Testament on their own terms and discerns how to apply them to Christian today.

Job (OT 425)

Credits:2

2 hours An advanced exegetical study of the Book of Job, emphasizing structure, literary techniques, historical background and theology.

Psalms (OT 435)

Credits:2

(LI 435) 3 hours An advanced, detailed study of Hebrew poetic forms with primary consideration being given to the Psalms.

Daniel and Jewish Apocalyptic Literature (OT 445)

Credits:3

3 Hours A brief study of several Jewish apocalyptic works in order to establish a literary context for a more in depth study of the book of Daniel emphasizing its historical setting, analyzing its structure, and evaluating key critical, literary, historical, and theological issues.

Jeremiah (OT 460)

Credits:2

2 Hours An advanced seminar on the book of Jeremiah that emphasizes how the prophet's life and message in ancient Israel inform the Church's life and message today.

Special Studies in Old Testament (OT 490)

Credits:1

1-3 hours Guided research and investigation in an advanced area of study.

Special Studies in Old Testament (OT 491)

Credits:1

1 - 3 Hours Guided research and investigation in an advanced area of study.

Special Studies in Old Testament (OT 492)

Credits:1

Special Studies in Old Testament (OT 493)

Credits:1

1-3 Hours Guided research and investigation in an advanced area of study.

Introduction to Philosophy (PH 110)

Credits:3

Introduction to Philosophy (PH 210)

Credits:3

Ethics, Values, and Social Responsibility (PH 290)

Credits:3

3 Hours This course provides a theoretical and practical overview of ethics theory, values formation, and ethical decision making within the context of management and leadership. Emphasis on identifying workable models for ethical decision making and social responsibility from a Judeo-Christian worldview, at both the professional and personal level.

Present Full or PT Preaching (Pre Req)

Credits:0

Last Year of Studies (Pre Req)

Credits:0

Possession of an Acoustic Guitar (Pre Req)

Credits:0

Instructor Approval/Audition (Pre Req.)

Credits:0

PREVIOUS TRANSCRIPT (PT 100)

Credits:1

This course is used to move passed credits from a term transcript to a semester transcript. Credit limitations are: a) less than 100 b) one decimal position.

PREVIOUS TRANSCRIPT (PT 101)

Credits:1

This course is used to move passed credits from a term transcript to a semester transcript. This course is used when the total credits to be moved for the student exceeds the limitations of PT 100. Credit limitations are: a) less than 100 b) one decimal position.

PREVIOUS TRANSCRIPT (PT 101)

Credits:1

PREVIOUS TRANSCRIPT (PT 200)

Credits:1

This course is used to move passed courses which are not computed into the GPA from a term transcript to a semester transcript. Credit limitations are: a) less than 100 b) one decimal position.

PREVIOUS TRANSCRIPT (PT 300)

Credits:1

This course is used to move withdrawn courses from a term transcript to a semester transcript. Credit limitations are: a) less than 100 b) one decimal position.

PREVIOUS TRANSCRIPT (PT 400)

Credits:1

This course is used to move failed credits from a term transcript to the semester transcript. Credit limitations are: a) less than 100 b) one decimal position.

College Success (PY 100)

Credits:1

1 Hour This course provides an orientation to college life for new students at GLCC. This course introduces the history and mission of GLCC, its curriculum and programs, its facilities and technological resources, its guidelines for community life, and its personnel. It supports the adjustment of students to college life by providing guidance on time management, organization, reading for comprehension, study skills, note taking, test taking, stress management, relating to others, and other skills necessary for a successful college experience.

Introduction to Psychology (PY 150)

Credits:3

3 hours A study of human thought and behavior, including personality theories, perception and sensation, learning theory, social and behavioral disorders, and basic therapeutic approaches.

Special Studies in Psychology (PY 491)

Credits:1

1 - 3 Hours Guided research and investigation in an advanced area of study.

Special Studies in Psychology (PY 492)

Credits:1

1-3 Hours Guided research and investigation in an advanced area of study.

Special Studies in Psychology (PY 493)

Credits:1

1-3 Hours Guided research and investigation in an advanced area of study.

World Religions (REL 380)

Credits:3

3 hours A comparative survey of the major world belief systems with a special focus on the evangelism of individuals belonging to other faiths. A field trip will be required.

Biological Foundations of Nutrition (SC 110)

Credits:2

2 Hours Examines the biological basis of health, human nutrition, and body fitness. This course is designed to blend the science of nutrition, health, and body fitness with the science of human biology. As such, it is a very practical class that describes how diet, exercise, and environmental factors impact the human body. Class topics include lifespan nutrition, roles of major nutrias and their function, diet composition, nutritional recommendations and clinical use, micro-nutrients and metabolic processes, biochemistry individuality in nutrition, impact of food on body and mind (including is reduction, conventional and alternative medicine practices, a fitness/physiology requirement, and other biological/health topics.

General Biology Laboratory (SC 131)

Credits:1

1 Hour Must be taken concurrently with SC 130.

Environmental Resource Management (SC 230)

Credits:2

Cultural Anthropology (SO 290)

Credits:3

3 Hours A study of the development of culture, society and the variety of ways of life that exist in the world. Special attention is paid to ethnographic methods of research.

Sociology of the Family (SO 370)

Credits:3

3 Hours This course examines the structures and functions of marriage and family in various cultural settings, including issues such as dating, courtship, marital choice, gender roles, demographic trends, historical developments, and relation to the workplace and to social institutions.

General Elective Credit (TR)

Credits:3

Teaching in a Diverse Society (TSL 240)

Credits:3

3 Hours This course is an overview of how perceived differences shape and influence human interaction. It examines the impact of diversity on language, nonverbal communication, mediated messages, relationships, and conflict.

Concepts in First and Second Language Acquisition (TSL 300)

Credits:3

3 Hours This course examines the processes of first and second language acquisition, their similarities and differences, language disorders, language perception and production, and the implications of language acquisition research for linguistic theory and language teaching.

Concepts in First and Second Language Aquisition (TSL 300)

Credits:3

Advanced Grammar (TSL 310)

Credits:3

Assessment for Curriculum Development in English as Second Language (TSL 410)

Credits:3

3 Hours This course is designed to provide students with a variety of assessment practices for assessing English language learner's abilities. Students are to examine ways in which assessment results can be used in the development of appropriate curriculum.

Develop,Assessment,& Instruction of Literacy, K-12 (TSL 420)

Credits:3

3 Hours This course is designed to provide pre-service teachers with a foundation of literacy development, instructional strategies, and assessment techniques that will support the acquisition and development of literacy in diverse classrooms.

Methods in Development, Assessment and Instruction of Literacy in Teaching English as a Second Langu (TSL 430)

Credits:3

TESOL Capstone and Certification (TSL 490)

Credits:3

1 Hour This one credit course will adequately prepare students in the minor to pass the certification. The course will comprise of practice tests, review, test-taking hints, and other ares of certification preparation. Full credit for this course and eligibility for graduation will require passing the certification test.

TESOL Internship (TSL 495)

Credits:3

Worship Ministry AA Fieldwork (WM 276)

Credits:2

2 Hours An overview of worship ministry through the development of an in-the-field project or area of study in which there is a perceived need. The area of study or project will be mutually agreed upon by the student, Internships Director, and church. For adult learning students only.

Worship Leadership (WM 400)

Credits:2

2 Hours A capstone course for the worship arts emphasis, dealing with practical aspects of worship leadership such as pastoral ministry,building a team and working with volunteers, planning and leading throughout the church year, working with a church staff, and developing personal qualities of effective leadership, mentoring and equipping.

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Credits:0

Youth Ministry A.A. Fieldwork (YM 276)

Credits:2

2 Hours An overview of youth ministry through the development of an in-the-field project or area of study in which there is a perceived need. The area of study or project will be mutually agreed upon by the student, Internships Director, and church. For adult learning students only.

Camp Ministries (YM 310)

Credits:3

2 Hours An introduction to the operation of a summer camp as a ministry. The course will include planning, administration, costs, staffing, and advertising of a summer camp program.

Youth Ministry (YM 400)

Credits:3

3 Hours An in depth study of the present youth culture and the role of the church in planning specific programs for ministering to that culture.

Youth Ministry Seminar (YM 410)

Credits:2

2 Hours A seminar during which students will examine the practical elements of youth ministry through the involvement of a professional youth minister. Critique and development of youth ministry philosophies will be used to develop more effective ministries.

Youth Ministry Internship (YM 495)

Credits:0

3 Hours A practicum occurring near the end of the Youth Ministry studies in which the student works with a full-time youth minister in a congregational setting as an observer/participant using skills and knowledge gained in the classroom. The study will culminate with a definitive folio of his or her experience.