SPAN 101: Spanish IA

SPAN 101: Spanish IA A study of the basic principles of Spanish grammar. Oral and written exercises are designed to give efficiency in the reading, writing, and speaking of the Spanish language along with cultural orientation. This course is designed for those with...

HBRW 234: Classical Hebrew IB

HBRW 234: Classical Hebrew IB An introduction to Hebrew morphology, syntax, vocabulary, and pronunciation. The best tools are introduced to facilitate exegesis and exposition of Hebrew prose, making Hebrew accessible to a pastoral or teaching ministry. The student...

HBRW 233: Classical Hebrew IA

HBRW 233: Classical Hebrew IA An introduction to Hebrew morphology, syntax, vocabulary, and pronunciation. The best tools are introduced to facilitate exegesis and exposition of Hebrew prose, making Hebrew accessible to a pastoral or teaching ministry. The student...

GREK 224: Koine Greek IB

GREK 224: Koine Greek IB A course designed to give the student an acquaintance with the basic forms and structure of Koine Greek in which the New Testament was written. Emphasis is placed upon grammar, vocabulary, and translation for the purpose of making Greek a...

GREK 223: Koine Greek IA

GREK 223: Koine Greek IA A course designed to give the student an acquaintance with the basic forms and structure of Koine Greek in which the New Testament was written. Emphasis is placed upon grammar, vocabulary, and translation for the purpose of making Greek a...

ENGL 222: American Literature

ENGL 222: American Literature A survey of American literature from 1600 to the present. A study is made of the development of American poetry and prose as used by major and selected minor writers. Prerequisite: ENGL 102 or instructor’s permission...

ENGL 221: British Literature

ENGL 221: British Literature A survey of British literature from the Anglo-Saxon period to the present. The course seeks to provide breadth of exposure to the subject through study of the works of major, and some minor, writers. Prerequisite: ENGL 102 or instructor’s...

ENGL 121: Introduction to Literature

ENGL 121: Introduction to Literature A study of literary genres through representative readings. Special emphasis is given to the evaluation and analysis of literature from a Biblical worldview. 3 credits