Class Descriptions

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Bible Department

Old Testament Survey 3 Credit Hours

This course is a foundational survey of the Old Testament. Special emphasis is placed on the authorship, purpose, and the major characters of each book with practical applications for the Christian in the twenty-first century.

Genesis 3 Credit Hours

This course provides an in-depth study of the book of Genesis. Detailed observations of the creation, the fall of man, Noah and the flood, and the lives of the patriarchs will be considered along with practical applications for the Christian in the twenty-first century.

Proverbs 2 Credit Hours

This course provides an in-depth study of the book of Proverbs. Special emphasis is placed on “gleaning the wisdom of God” along with practical applications for the Christian in the twenty-first century in the home, finances, and child rearing.

Exodus-Deuteronomy 3 Credit Hours

This course provides an in-depth study of Exodus through Deuteronomy.

Special emphasis is placed on the Hebrew exodus, the Ten Commandments, the wilderness wanderings, the building of the tabernacle, and the major characters of each book with practical applications for the Christian in the twenty-first century.

Historical Books 3 Credit Hours

This course provides an in-depth study of the books Joshua through Esther.

A special emphasis is placed on God’s dealings with His people, along with practical applications for the Christian in the twenty-first century.

Synoptic Gospels 2 Credit Hours

This course surveys the New Testament synoptic gospels (Matthew—

Luke). Special emphasis is placed on the authorship, purpose, major characters of each book, along with practical applications for the Christian in the twenty-first century.

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New Testament Survey 3 Credit Hours

This course is a foundational survey of the New Testament (Matthew—

Revelation). Special emphasis is placed on the authorship, purpose, major characters of each book, along with practical application for the Christian in the twenty-first century.

The Gospel of John 3 Credit Hours

This course provides an in-depth study of the gospel of John and his three epistles. Special emphasis is placed on the person of Jesus Christ, the miracles of Christ, the believer’s fellowship, assurance and love for the Lord, along with practical application for the Christian in the twenty-first century.

Acts 3 Credit Hours

This course provides an in-depth study of the book of Acts, which covers the history of the apostolic church. Special emphasis will be placed on the fulfillment of the Great Commission and the development of Christianity and its doctrines, along with practical application for the Christian in the twenty-first century.

Romans 2 Credit Hours

This course provides an in-depth study of Romans. A special emphasis will be placed on the gospel, justification, and eternal security, along with practical applications for the Christian in the twenty-first century.

General Epistles 3 Credit Hours

This course provides an in dept study of General Epistles, primarily Hebrews and James, along with practical application for the Christian in the 21st century. A special emphasis will be placed on the importance of

“living out one’s faith.”

Major Prophets 2 Credit Hours

This course provides an in-depth study of the books Isaiah through Daniel.

A special emphasis will be placed on prophesies relating to the first and second coming of Jesus Christ, God’s judgment of His people, and the importance of the prophet to speak forth God’s Word, along with practical applications for the Christian in the twenty-first century.

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Pastoral Epistles 2 Credit Hours

This course provides an in-depth study of Paul’s pastoral epistles (I Timothy through Titus). A special emphasis will be placed on the various doctrines Paul taught in these epistles, ministering in the local church, along with practical application for the Christian in the twenty-first century.

Psalms 3 Credit Hours

This course provides an in-depth study of the book of Psalms. A special emphasis will be placed on the heart of the psalmist and his relationship to God, to the people of God, and the enemies of God.

I & II Corinthians 3 Credit Hours

This course provides an in-depth study of I and II Corinthians. A special emphasis will be placed on dealing with church problems, the gifts of the Spirit, along with practical applications for the Christian in the twenty-first century.

Bible Doctrines I 3 Credit Hours

This course covers the doctrines of Bibliology (Bible) and Theology (God). The primary objective of this course is to assist the student in understanding these doctrines of the Bible.

Bible Doctrines II 3 Credit Hours

This course covers the doctrines of Christology (Christ) and Pneumatology (Holy Spirit). The primary objective of this course is to assist the student in understanding these doctrines of the Bible.

Bible Doctrines III 3 Credit Hours

This course covers the doctrines of Anthropology (Man), Harmartiology (Sin), and Soteriology (Salvation). The primary objective of this course is to assist the student in understanding these doctrines of the Bible.

Bible Doctrines IV 3 Credit Hours

This course covers the doctrines of Ecclesiology (Church), Angelology (Angels), and Eschatology (Last Things). The primary objective of this course is to assist the student in understanding these doctrines of the Bible.

Minor Prophets 2 Credit Hours

This course provides in-depth study of the books of the Minor Prophets.

Emphasis is placed on historical, prophetical and practical application for the Christian in the twenty first century.

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Daniel & Revelation 2 Credit Hours

This course provides an in-depth study of the books of Daniel and Revelation. A special emphasis will be placed on the seven letters to the seven churches, prophesies relating to the last times, along with practical applications for the Christian in the twenty-first century.

Paul’s Shorter Epistles 3 Credit Hours

This course is designed to give students a general understanding of the epistles of Galatians, Philippians, Colossians, I & II Thessalonians and Philemon and the essential doctrines found in them.

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Church Education I & II 2 Credit Hours

This course is designed primarily for the equipping of men for the work of the ministry. Students will gain practical insight on planting and pastoring a church, serving in a church, conducting staff training, and administrating in the local church. A special emphasis will be placed on pastoral leadership.

Bible Study & Teaching Methods 2 Credit Hours This course provides the student with methods of Bible study and teaching.

Special emphasis will be placed on the importance of a believer’s walk with God being the primary pre-requisite to his teaching the Word to others.

Biblical Leadership 2 Credit Hours

This course is designed primarily for equipping men and women to be the Christian leaders God has called them to be in the church, school and in the home. A special emphasis will be placed on the leader’s relationship to those he leads and to helping the followers become all that God has intended for them to become.

Introduction to College Life 1 Credit Hour

This course is designed to teach the student how to successfully navigate their college years. Personal finances, scheduling, and the best study practices will be covered.

Biblical Womanhood I & II 2 Credit Hours

This course is designed to teach the young women how to live according to Scripture’s commands with a special emphasis on the roles God has specifically called women to fulfill.

Introduction to Missions 3 Credit Hours

This course is an introduction to missions, to its biblical basis, and to the current challenges and needs on the mission field. The purpose is to give the student a sense of the great need for missions today.

Philosophy of Missions 3 Credit Hours

This course provides an introduction to the philosophy of world missions patterned after the Biblical model. Special emphasis will be placed on the importance of every Christian and every church being involved with missions and the relationship between the local church and the missionary.

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Evangelism 3 Credit Hours

This course is designed to teach each student how to personally win souls to Christ in a one on one situation. This course also provides a study of biblical passages that deal with evangelism. Special emphasis will be placed on the practical aspects of evangelism as it is practiced corporately as a church.

Biblical Manhood I & II 2 Credit Hours

This course is designed to teach the young men how to be effective Christian men in an anti-Christian culture.

The Church and a Multi-Generational Vision 2 Credit Hours This course provides the student with a clear understanding of the need to plan and live for more than one generation. Special emphasis will be placed on the home as well as separation in our churches.

Basic Homiletics 2 Credit Hours

This course provides the student with the fundamentals of preparing and delivering sermons.

Pastoral Counseling I 2 Credit Hours

This course provides the student with basic biblical training in counseling with a special emphasis on marital and family counseling.

Bus Ministry 2 Credit Hours

This course provides the student with complete training on how to start and lead an effective bus ministry. Visitation, bus programs, route organization, and vehicles are covered in this class.

Advanced Homiletics 2 Credit Hours

This course provides the student with the additional tools for sermon preparation and enables the student to have his sermons evaluated.

Youth Ministry 2 Credit Hours

This course introduces the basic philosophy, principles, practices and methods in a Bible-based local church youth group. This course will help you develop programs for teens that will bring glory to God.

Defending the Faith 3 Credit Hours

This course provides the student with a system of principles to defend his faith, as well as present evidences that support the authenticity of the Christian faith.

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Pastoral Internship I & II 3 Credit Hours

This course is the first semester of intensive individualized training in the pastoral ministry.

Pastoral Counseling II 2 Credit Hours

This course provides the student with advanced biblical training in counseling with a special emphasis on dealing with different types of people and counseling problems one will face in the twenty-first century.

The Life of Christ 2 Credit Hours

The life of Christ is studied. The life of Christ is paramount if one is to know the Author of our faith. This course will begin with the pre-existence of Christ and continue with the birth, ministry, trial, crucifixion, burial, resurrection, and ascension of our Lord.

The Home 2 Credit Hours

Few things in the ministry are more important than a Christian leader’s home. The home is definitely under attack. We see 75% of all homes suffer through an adulterous affair; and even in Christian homes, the figure is 50%. The importance of spending quality time with the family and putting forth great effort to rear godly children will be stressed.

Prayer and Revival 2 Credit Hours

This course provides an in-depth study of the biblical passages that deal with prayer. Special emphasis will be placed on the importance of prayer in the life of the individual believer, the importance of walking with God, and the necessity of prayer to bring about revival.

Starting a New Testament Church 2 Credit Hours

This course is designed primarily for the equipping and educating of men and women to be the Christian leaders (pastors, youth pastors, laypeople, etc.) that God has called them to be in starting churches here in America, specifically California in international communities.

TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Languages) 6-9 Credit Hours TESOL is offered as transfer credits once you complete the course offered by iTTT (teflcourse.net). You must consult with the adminstration before talking this course.

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Education Department

English Grammar 3 Credit Hours

This course provides the basics of English grammar with a special emphasis on clear and concise writing habits.

English Composition 3 Credit Hours

This course provides the writing skills needed to enable the student to write effective and efficient reports, sermons, lessons, and books.

U.S. History 2 Credit Hours

This course surveys the development of the United States from the colonial period through the present. It gives special emphasis to Christianity’s influence on the development of the United States. It will also look at how Christian men and women have made a significant impact on the development of our nation.

Fundamentals of Speech 2 Credit Hours

This course is designed to provide the student with the necessary skills needed to properly prepare and deliver an effective speech.

Christian Education 3 Credit Hours

This course provides a study in Christian education in America today.

Philosophy of Education 2 Credit Hours

This course provides an in-depth study of the Biblical principles and philosophy of a true Christian education.

Orientation to Teaching 2 Credit Hours

This course provides a look at the requirements for those desiring to be outstanding teachers in a Christian school. It considers different grade levels and areas for specialization. It will review the teacher’s preparations, attitude, and work in the classroom.

Early Childhood Development 3 Credit Hours

This course examines various methods to effectively teach young children. Special attention is focused on the various stages of childhood development.

Teaching Phonics 2 Credit Hours

This course provides the basic skills that will enable the teacher to use phonics to teach a child to read and will include hands-on training in the classroom.

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Christian School Administration 3 Credit Hours

This course provides a study of the methods of organizing and administrating a Christian school. A special emphasis will be placed on the necessary record keeping and financial management.

Teaching Mathematics 2 Credit Hours

This course provides various methods and materials used in teaching math.

A special emphasis will be placed on innovative techniques in teaching mathematical concepts in the Christian school. Training will include observation, participation, and teaching in the classroom.

Student Teaching 18 Credit Hours

This course provides the student the opportunity to actually work in a Christian school classroom. A special emphasis will include observation, participation, and teaching in the classroom.

Basic Math 2 Credit Hours

This course is designed to give the student an understanding of junior high and basic math concepts in preparation for teaching the same in a Christian high school setting.

Pre-Algebra 2 Credit Hours

This course is designed to give the student an understanding of beginning Algebra in preparation for teaching the same in a Christian high school setting.

Algebra I 3 Credit Hours

This course is designed to give the student an understanding of high school Algebra in preparation for teaching the same in a Christian high school setting.

Algebra II 3 Credit Hours

This course is an advanced continuation of the same.

Geometry 3 Credit Hours

This course is designed to give the student a basic understanding of the concepts of geometry in preparation for teaching the same in a Christian high school setting.

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Practical Math 3 Credit Hours

This course is designed to give the student a basic understanding of the concepts of consumer or business math which may be more practical in nature in preparation for teaching the same in a Christian high school setting.

Biographies of Great Men 3 Credit Hours

This course provides a survey of church history with a special emphasis on the lives of Christian leaders who have made a difference for God, along with practical applications for the Christian in the twenty-first century.

Baptist History I 3 Credit Hours

This course provides an in-depth study of church history beginning with Christ’s starting of the church until Baptist began migrating to America.

The class emphasizes sacrifices of our ancient Baptist forefathers.

Baptist History II 3 Credit Hours

This is a course that will shed light on the historical record of our Baptist forefathers’ passion and practice in planting reproducing New Testament Baptist Churches. This class will focus on the historical record of Church planting revivals and their impact during their respective generations

Teaching Language 3 Credit Hours

This course will include the essentials of teaching language such as reading, writing, vocabulary, and a strong emphasis on grammar skills.

It is the goal of this class to equip you with the ability and confidence to teach language in a classroom setting.

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Basic Typing 3 Credit Hours

This course is designed to teach the proper techniques of typing. This study places an emphasis on rhythm and accuracy.

Advanced Keyboarding 2 Credit Hours

This course is designed to teach proper techniques of keyboarding.

Microcomputer Skills 2 Credit Hours

This course is required for all student in the undergraduate program and will teach them some of the basic concepts and tools of the computer that can be used in the preaching, teaching, and administrating aspects of the ministry.

Word Processing 2 Credit Hours

A course designed to introduce students to one of the word processing programs and its commands. Formatting, searching, replacing, blocking text, and other related skills are covered.

Desktop Publishing 2 Credit Hours

This course is an introduction to desktop publishing principles as used in designing professional documents using Microsoft Office.

Secretarial Procedures 2 Credit Hours

This course is an introduction to desktop publishing principles as used in designing professional documents.

Secretarial Workshop 2 Credit Hours

This course is an introduction to desktop publishing principles as used in designing professional documents.

Practical Office Skills 3 Credit Hours

This course concentrates on surveying the basic facets of being a ministry secretary including, but not limited to, phone answering, communication skills, basic time management, business English, data management, travel arrangements, and time management.

Office Procedures 3 Credit Hours

A course featuring “on-the-job” training in various secretarial duties and office procedures. It gives valuable training through experience in actual business problems.

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Biblical Finances 2 Credit Hours

This is an intensive course focusing on Biblical principles of personal finances. Each student will learn how to be a faithful steward of the money and possessions with which God has entrusted them. Special emphasis will be placed on an eternal mind-set and the danger of materialism.

Church Office Training 3 Credit Hours

This course is a hands on training with the church secretarial staff.

School Office Training 3 Credit Hours

This course is a hands on training with the school secretarial staff.

Secretarial Internship 3 Credit Hours

This course is a semester of intensive individualized training with one of the secretarial staff.

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Fundamentals of Music 3 Credit Hours

A course designed to give students a working knowledge of basic music theory and to teach basic evangelistic song leading skills.

Music in a Soul Winning Church 2 Credit Hours

A basic course on church music with the pastor and his congregation in mind. Instruction is given regarding music personnel, congregational singing, the pastor and the music program, and the purpose of music.

Music Theory 3 Credit Hours

Mastering the materials of music, including triads and seventh chords;

analysis of hymns and gospel songs; basic part writing.

Musicianship 2 Credit Hours

Musicianship 2 Credit Hours

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