Students are introduced to the concept of “worldview” and are led to see, from a theological and historical perspective, how different worldviews have arisen and how they continue to structure the modern mind and society.  In addition, students learn how to assess cultural influences on human experiences, behavior, and belief systems and develop heightened empathy and respect for individuals from cultures different from their own.

Examines the first five books of the Old Testament for their value as a record of the origin of the universe and all life, the development of civilization, and the birth of the people of Israel, with special emphasis on the mighty acts of God as a source of revelation.

This course covers topics of algebra, including linear functions, equations, and inequalities; systems of equations in two variables; polynomial functions; rational and radical equations and inequalities; exponential and logarithmic functions; ratios, proportions, variation, and graphing.

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This orientation course is designed to help you get comfortable with the structure and navigation of the online classroom, as well as get to know MACU.  Resources, tools, and support are provided to help you succeed in every area of your educational journey!    


Principles of Bible Study (PBS) is a practical study of elementary tools, principles, and methods of the literary interpretation necessary for proper application of Scripture. (3 hours)

A comprehensive review of the legal and regulatory environment in which American businesses operate. BUS-301 is a survey course and includes basic American legal systems (including the US Constitution), business ethics, torts, contracts, business formation, employment law, creditor’s rights, negotiable instruments, banking, the Uniform Commercial Code, and Litigation. Ethical business behavior will be stressed throughout the course. Students will also be provided with suggested guidelines for being successful, principled Christian business leaders.