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CLASSES

Fall 2024 Classes

All classes can be taken on the Gering Campus or through Summit Bridge.

*Courses with prerequisites apply to degree seeking students only

7:30am - 8:50am

Intro to Christian Education - MCE1103
Andi Grant
Tuesdays and Thursdays

An examination of the role and function of the education program of the Church.  A foundational course for all others in Christian education. 

Principles of Interpretation - BGN2103
Jeffry McKean
Tuesdays and Thu
rsdays

An introduction to principles and methods used in the interpretation and application of the Bible.  

Hebrew I - LAN3313
Jeffry McKean
Tuesdays and Thursdays

A beginning study of Biblical Hebrew, in which the student learns the basic vocabulary and grammar of the Old Testament. 

Perspectives in Worldview - PHI1103
Don Hulsey
Wednesdays and Fridays

An introductory course of worldview with a heavy emphasis on the Christian worldview and how it differs from deism, naturalism, post-modernism, Hinduism, and Islam.

Adolescent Education - MCE3423
Andi Grant
Wednesdays and Fridays

An examination of the characteristics and needs of the adolescent, together with the approaches necessary for effective teaching of adolescence.  Prerequisite: MCE1103 

9:30am - 10:50am

 

Composition and Grammar I - ENG1103
Misti Lacy
Tuesdays and Thursdays

A study of basic sentence structure, conventional American English usage, and construction of logical thought units, including practice in writing paragraphs and longer compositions. 

Parables of Jesus - BNT3283
Dave Robinson

Tuesdays and Thursdays

A study of the basic principles for interpreting parables leading to an analysis of their basic teachings, their meaning in their historic setting, and application for today. 

Ministry with Youth - MMN3403
A. Dyson
Tuesdays and Thursdays

A study of current approaches to ministry with youth in which the roles of those working with youth are examined and youth program plans are developed. 

Old Testament Survey I - BOT1103
Aaron Prohs
Wednesdays and Fridays

An overview of the Old Testament, with a brief examination of the content of each book set in historical perspective, to introduce the student to the major themes and events and give a foundation for other Old Testament studies. 

History of the Ancient Near East - HIS2203
Andi Grant
Wednesdays and Fridays

A study of Jewish and early Christian history from 330 BC to AD 330 in the context of the Hellenistic and Roman civilizations. 

Greek III - LAN4233
Jeffry McKean
Wednesdays and Fridays

A continuation of elementary Greek, with special attention to vocabulary acquisition, advanced grammatical principles, and translation of Scriptures in Koine Greek. Prerequisites: LAN3223  

11:00am - 11:50am

 

Life of Christ I - BNT1203
Jeffry McKean
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays

A study of the life and teachings of Jesus Christ from before creation through his Galilean ministry as presented in the synoptic Gospels. The course will give special attention to the birth narratives in Matthew and Luke, Jesus’ miracles, and his teachings as presented in the Sermon on the Mount.  

Biblical Languages in Use - BGN3213
Aaron Prohs
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays

An intermediate study of the principles, methods, and tools used to conduct biblical word studies that will enable students to discover the original author’s intended meaning. 

Communication Concepts - COM2103
Misty Lacy
Tuesdays and Thursdays

An introduction to the key concepts and guiding principles necessary for effective presentations. Topics include purpose, audience, credibility, logistics, content, organization, and performance. 

12:00pm - 12:50pm

 

Meditation of the Christian Leader - MMM3121
TBD

Wednesdays

The Mentored Ministry courses are the for-credit courses of the Mentored Ministry Program. The Program is a “hands-on” focused, practical dimension of Summit Christian College’s academic program. It is designed to integrate academic exercise with practical ministry in an observable and evaluative environment, enabling the student to develop through various ministry activities. Mentored Ministry courses MMM2111-MMM3221 provide additional spiritual enrichment and development by examining the following four topics. 

MMM2111 – The Heart of a Christian Leader

MMM2121 – The Prayer of a Christian Leader

MMM3211 – The Meditation of a Christian Leader

MMM3221 – The Purity of a Christian Leader

6:00pm - 8:40pm

Homiletics - MMN2103
TBD
Mondays

An introduction to the theory and practice of preaching, providing students with experience in the preparation and presentation of messages. 

Logos in Use - MMN 1113

Aaron Prohs
Tuesdays

An introduction to the tools and features of the Logos Bible software, enabling students to use it for Bible study, research, and presentations.  

Apologetics - PHI3203
TBD

Tuesdays

An examination of the philosophical and logical bases of the Christian faith, evidences of the divine nature of the Christian faith, and the challenge given to that faith by the philosophical climate of contemporary society. 

Romans - BNT4313
Jeffry McKean
Thursdays

An in-depth study of the epistle, with emphasis given to Paul’s teachings on the Law vs. Grace and the relationship between Jews and Gentiles in the church. 

Tuition Costs:

Standard - $690 per class

Spiritual and Professional Development - $345 A single class for credit to put towards a degree if desired.

Audit - $150 per class: A no-credit option without homework and tests.

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