Courses numbered 1000-1999 are open to freshmen; 2000-2999 to sophomores; 3000-3999 to juniors; 4000-4999 to seniors. It is recommended that students elect courses in the years for which they are listed. Freshmen will be admitted to courses above the 2000 level only with the consent of the instructor and the student’s advisor. Juniors and seniors taking freshman courses may be expected to do additional work. Any course above 4999 is a graduate course.
The number in parentheses following the course title indicates the semester hours of credit assigned to the course.
An H following the course number indicates an honors level course.
History & Philosophy of Adult Education [Course] (3) (Liberal Arts)
Learning, both formal and informal, is a lifelong process that occurs in the workplace, the community, the church, and the classroom. This course is designed to introduce learners to the field of adult education and to provide opportunities for participation in adult learning activities. Students will become familiar with the beliefs and assumptions that guide the practice of adult education, and understand their role as adult learners by studying the writing of acknowledged leaders in the field including Malcolm Knowles, Eduard Lindeman, and Patricia Cross, with emphasis on David Kolb and his theory of experiential learning.
Humanities:A Wholistic Approach [Course] (3) (Liberal Arts)
This course promotes the investigation of a specific area of the humanities not previously explored by the student. It is designed to foster knowledge and understanding of the Judaeo-Christian heritage and to relate it to life, relationships and the world in which we live.