Spring 2022 - Online Session D 

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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!    

  

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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)


The founding and early history of the church, with emphasis upon model conversions and other doctrinal passages. 

This course provides information about the administration of athletic, fitness, and wellness facilities, and proper organizational, administrative, supervisory, and leadership procedures will be covered.  Topics include, but are not limited to: sport industry segment, intercollegiate athletics, professional sport, fitness, recreation, budgeting, facility management, legal issues, record keeping, insurance, and technology in these settings.

 

The course is a study of the canonical Gospels, merging the accounts into a chronological narrative of the life of Christ from his birth in Bethlehem through His crucifixion and resurrection in Jerusalem. The teachings of Jesus are considered in their first-century context with a view to making application in the world today. 

Check out the "Read Me First" below for guidance on getting started. You should also take a look at the other components under Course Home, and make sure to read the syllabus. Then go to Week 1 to get started in your course.

A study of the origins, history, present trends, and prospects of the Restoration Movement, that began in the nineteenth century for promoting the unity of the Church on the basis of Scripture and Apostolic precedents.

First of a two-semester course designed to assist students in the writing of proficient prose. This section of the course emphasizes analysis of such components of rhetorical essays as audience, organization of evidence, purpose, voice, thesis development, and tone. Focus is on the following rhetorical patterns: process analysis, division and classification, comparison and contrast, cause and effect, and definition.

Prerequisite: ENGL 010 or competence.

This course provides a working knowledge of federal legislation and regulations affecting employers. Introduces a simple approach to employment law with a foundation of legal principles explained in the layperson’s language. A consistent theme of the course is employer awareness of protected classes.