The market economy functioning through demand and supply; focus on consumer decision making, firm decision making in different market structures, worker decision making, and selected microeconomic issues.
This course offers an overview of convictions and life dynamics involved in effective Christian living and service. Included is a study of the eternal purpose of life, the promotion of personal spiritual growth through discipline and development of spiritual gifts, talents, and passions for a deliberate life of service to God through sharing the love and message of God with people.
This course is a survey of the basic principles and concepts used by biologists to explain how organisms live and survive. Topics will be focused on plants, animals, and humans, and will include cell structure and function, genetics, and evolution and diversity of organisms (both creation and evolutionary theory). Through this course, students will learn to appreciate creation as the revelation of God in nature. This course is for non-biology majors.