Class Schedules

Class Schedules

January 13 – May 7

Spring Calendar

January 6        Post Syllabus on MyGeneva
January 13       Start of Spring Semester
January 20       King Holiday 
March 9-13       Midterm Exams
March 17         Post Midterm Grades (Happy St. Patrick’s Day)
April 6 – 11     Easter Break
May 4-8          Final Exams
May 11           Start of Summer Semester 
May 13           Post Final GradesSpring Calendar

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MIN 202B: Evangelism (CM)

SCS 105B: Environmental Science (Core)
LDR 105B: History of Urban Leadership (LDR/Elective)

BIB 309B: Revelation
COM 101B Principals of Communications (Core)

BIB 350B: History of Christian Church (CM/Humanities Elective)
BIB 113B: Introduction to Biblical Survey II (Core)

ENG 102B: Academic Writing and Research Process (Core)
ENG 101B: English Composition (Core)
SCS 105B: Environmental Science
Introduction to physical and biological principles pertaining to environmental issues. The class also includes an examination of the impact of human activities on the environment.
ENG 102: Academic Writing and the Research Process
This course is intended to serve those students who seek to improve the knowledge, skills, and strategies to find and critically evaluate information. Students then organize the results of their research and communicate them in writing.
Prerequisite: ENG 101.
COM 101B: Principles of Communication
Interpersonal, group, and formal public communication. Emphasis on the development of effective oral communication in various settings.
BIB 113: Biblical Introduction II
Inter-testament Period through Apostolic Age – The political, social, and religious background and setting of the New Testament; the Gospels as witness to Jesus Christ; and the development of Christianity in the first century.
Prerequisite: BIB 112
ENG 101B: English Composition
A course designed to promote effective written communication. The student analyzes and synthesizes ideas and presents them in essay form. Students also practice these skills in response to critical analysis of assigned reading that emphasizes rhetorical strategies, stylistic option, and a variety of voices and purposes. Enrollment in this course is dependent on a satisfactory score on the college placement test, successful completion of the appropriate development courses, or by permission of the instructor.
HUM 199B: Brief Survey of Christian Music (Core-Humanities)
A survey of musical elements, forms, styles, and composers to enhance the student’s appreciation and understanding of music belonging to the Baroque, Classical, and Romantic periods.

MIN 202B: Evangelism (CM)
A study of the theology, theory, and practices of evangelism.
Prerequisite: BIB 112 and 113
BIB 309: Revelation (CM/Elective)
A study of the gospel of Revelation.
BIB 350B: History of the Christian Church (CM/Elective)
Dominant motifs of biblical literature, emphasizing biblical texts, with some review of theological literature and methods. 
An approved Humanities Option.

LDR 105B: History of Urban Leadership (CM/Elective)
Includes an overview of the unique challenges of urban leaders today, including a study of significant urban leaders from around the world. In this class, the student will choose his or her the urban leader who will be the focus for his or her case study for the remainder of the program. These leaders will choose from a list including such leaders as W.E.B. Dubois, A. Phillip Randolph, Martin Luther King, Thurgood Marshall, or Whitney M. Young, Jr.

MIN 213: Global Missions in the Local Church
This class prepares students for missions work, whether short- or long-term. The classroom work covers mission’s administration, fundraising, and team development. The course also includes an actual mission’s field trip.

Bachelors Degree

Spring A: January 6, 2020 – February 27, 2020
Spring B:
March 3, 2020 – May 5, 2020

ADL 320B: Foundations of Learning and Academic Writing Tuesday
BBL 408B: Foundations of Christian Thought Thursday
Scriptural concepts under-girding Christian academic work and a Biblically directed view of prophetic literature.
Prerequisite: BIB 112, 113 or permission of the instructor
CMN 403B: Personal Leadership and Development Tuesday
HMT 411B: Humanities Thursday