BL325 Introduction to Biblical Languages (3)
An introduction to the fundamentals of biblical languages with a particular emphasis upon their correct usage in Bible
study and ministry. This semester-long course aims to develop competency interacting with exegetical commentaries,
as well as initial ability to employ them in personal study through the aid of tools.
Prerequisites: B340 and BIB310.
BTH321 Christian Theology I (3)
A survey of Christian theology in the areas of God (Theology Proper), the Bible (Bibliology), angels (Angelology)
including Satan and demons, Christ (Christology), and the Holy Spirit (Pneumatology).
BTH322 Christian Theology II (3)
A survey of Christian theology in the areas of humanity (Anthropology), sin (Hamartiology), salvation (Soteriology), the
church (Ecclesiology), and last things (Eschatology).
BTH336 Theology of the Church (3)
An in-depth analysis of the doctrine of origin, nature, purpose, ordinances, government, and ministries of the church,
with particular attention given to the various conceptions of the church in the history of theology. Key contemporary
issues on ecclesiology will be examined with the intent of gaining biblically sound conclusions.
Prerequisites: B101, B102,
B201, B202, B340, BIB310, BTH321, BTH322.
BTH337 Theology of God (3)
An in-depth study of the doctrine of God, including His existence, names, attributes, and the Trinity.
B102, B201, B202, B340, BIB310, BTH321, BTH322.
ACC210 Accounting Fundamentals I (3)
This course is an intensive study of the processes and procedures that accountants use for analyzing, recording, and
reporting a business organization’s assets, liabilities, and owner’s equity.
ACC220 Accounting Fundamentals II (3)
This course completes the study of financial accounting begun in ACC210 by examining the procedures for reporting
liabilities and stockholder’s equity on external financial statements for a corporation. Then, the course explores
management’s use of job order, process, and standard cost accounting systems for decision making. Additional topics
include the preparation of budgets, ratio analysis, and federal income tax returns.
ACC460 Tax Accounting (3)
A study of the chronological progress of the income tax system combined with the Federal Revenue codes under the
changing political and economic environments. Emphasis is on the elements of gross income, adjusted gross income,
exclusions, itemized deductions, exemptions and preparation of individual tax returns in detail. A brief introduction to
tax laws for corporations, partnerships, estates, and trusts will also be included.
BUS310 Statistics for Business (3)
Topics include descriptive statistics, elements of probability, probability distributions, sampling, estimation and
confidence intervals, tests of hypotheses, linear regression, and correlation.
BUS320 Business Law (3)
Principles of business law covering the fields of contracts, agency, personal property, sales, negotiable instruments,
partnerships, and corporations.
BUS368 Entrepreneurship (3)
The course focuses on starting a small business through an emphasis on thinking creatively. The student is encouraged
to turn knowledge and skills into entrepreneurial activity and will also include opening a franchise or expanding a family
business. Topics include (but are not limited to) writing a business plan, developing entrepreneurial skills, and doing
case studies of successful small businesses.