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CDC100 CDC100 Career Dev:Self-Explor & Asses

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CDC300 CDC300 Career Dev:Info & Strategies

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CEC101 CEC101 Macroeconomics

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CFE200 CFE200 Intro to Family Life Ed

This course is an introduction to the field of family life education. Students will explore primary theoretical principles using the Life Span Family Life Education framework and professional issues influencing the practice of family life education. Emphasizing key content areas, the students will be introduced to: content area definitions and objectives; examples highlighting the integration of theory and practice in family life education; key resources; and future Issues and challenges for

CFE325 CFE325 Ed of Infants and Toddlers

This course includes the study of the emerging skills and developmental characteristics of infants and toddlers (birth to age three) and how to create an educational environment to promote their physical, cognitive, and social-emotional development. This course is designed to provide the skills for working with young children in a variety of settings. Course topics include the impact of the early years, behavior and guidance, health and safety issues, program and teacher licensure, and work

CFE330 CFE330 Human Diversity and Relations

This course helps students experience, understand, and become sensitive to human diversity and presents strategies for teaching human relations skills in the classroom setting. A 25-hour field experience that satisfies a portion of the university's human relations requirement is included.

CFE400 CFE400 Family Systems

This course is an analysis of the family. It investigates the family as a system of relationships, which interacts across the family life cycle. It includes a survey of current developments in the study of the family and an analysis of changes in American society and their influence on family life. Also included is a focus on marriage and family therapy from a systems framework.

CHD200 CHD200 Help Child Who is Anxious

Childhood is often seen as a happy-go-lucky time when there are no worries or cares, just a long stretch of play, make-believe, and endless possibilities. However, the reality of childhood is that children experience times of stress and upheaval that leaves them feeling anxious and unsure. Because of this, children need a sense of safety and security from their primary caregivers. Some children will be anxious more than others and for different reasons. All children need consistency and

CHD205 CHD205 Attn Deficit Hyperactive Dis

Have you ever wished you had a map to use when caring for a child with AD/HD? Travel through this course in discovery of the myths and facts of AD/HD and successful strategies for inclusion of children with AD/HD in child care settings.

CHD215 CHD215 Autism

In this course, you will examine the key characteristics of Autism Spectrum Disorder and get the tools you need to more effectively include a child with Autism in your child care setting. Included in this comprehensive study are myths and facts about Autism as well as practical strategies to implement in your program.

CHD240 CHD240 It's All About Environment

What does your environment say to children? In this self-study course you will look at how your physical and social environment affect children's behavior. Learn how to prevent and guide children's behavior through this comprehensive course.

CHD25X CHD25X Pos Discipline/Parent&Teacher

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CHD260 CHD260 Why Don't They Like Me:

This course will define harassment as well as examine common views about bullying and the types of bullying. The course will look at ways to talk to children about harassment and effective methods for responding to bullying behavior. The course will also examine how bullying can impact a child�s self esteem and how intervention strategies can be used.

CHD-261 Meaning of Inclusion: Implicat

This course examines inclusion as both a philosophy and a real-time practice. The course offers a look at the benefits and challenges to including children with special needs in community settings.

CHD305 CHD305 Role of the EC Educator

This foundational course discusses the roots of early childhood education and the purposes of early childhood in today�s society. The historical and present role of adults within the field of early childhood will be examined. Learners will explore NAEYC�s code of ethics and its implications for the profession.

CHD-310 Growth/Development Child

This is a broad sketch of human growth and development from pre-natal stages to elementary age. Developmental processes are studied from a biological and developmental perspective. Personality development and the effects of temperament on learning are discussed.

CHD315 CHD315 Best Practices in ECE

This class provides the theoretical framework and best practices for working in early childhood settings. Learners examine how individualized curriculum and environment can be integrated through developmentally appropriate practices in order to promote the cognitive and social development of children.

CHD31X CHD31X Child/Growth Development

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CHD-320 Role Early Childhood Educator

This foundational course discusses the roots of early childhood education and the purposes of early childhood in today's society. The historical and present role of adults within the field of early childhood will be examined. Learners will explore NAEYC's code of ethics and its implications for the profession.

CHD32X CHD32X Role of Early Chld Educator

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CHD-330 Best Practices in EC

This class provides the theoretical framework and best practices for working in early childhood settings. Learners examine how individualized curriculum and environment can be integrated through developmentally appropriate practices in order to promote the cognitive and social development of children.

CHD33X CHD33X Best Practices in Erly Chldhd

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CHD-400 Intro to ECE Available online

This seminar helps students grasp the breadth, depth, and foundations of early childhood education.

CHD401 CHD401 Returning Student Seminar

This seminar course covers five areas that are critical to learner success: goal-setting, library, writing, personal life balance, and computer literacy. Each of the five areas are covered briefly, and then learners choose an area to explore with an instructor. This course models the collaborative learning and the self-directedness of the program.

CHD-402 Writing for Educators Available online

Early childhood staff of all levels (directors, teachers, assistants, aides, family child care, etc.) must demonstrate professionalism as strong communicators not only verbally, but as writers, as well. This course will lay the ground work of writing expectations in the program, and serve to remediate as needed.

CHD-410 Growth/Development Child Available online

This is a broad sketch of human growth and development from pre-natal stages to elementary age. Developmental processes are studied from a biological and developmental perspective. Personality development and the effects of temperament on learning are discussed.

CHD-411 Child Social & Emotional Grwth Available online

This course studies teh social, psychological and emotional growth of children from prenatal to elementary ages.  Issues of attachment, perspective-taking and friendship are discussed.

CHD415 CHD415 Biblical Christianity

This course studies the social, psychological, and emotional growth of children from pre-natal to elementary ages. Issues of attachment, perspective-taking, and friendship are discussed.

CHD420 CHD420 Human Diversity Issues

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CHD-422 Human Diversity & Relations Available online

The purpose of this course is to expand our understanding of the influences of gender, culture, economic situation, learning styles, and language on the socialization of children, and then how to use this new understanding to form the way we program for and interact with children.

CHD-430 Infants and Toddlers Available online

In this course, students will study the emerging skills and developmental characteristics of infants and toddlers. Course topics include environments that foster development, appropriate practices, and promoting the development of autonomy.

CHD-435 DAP in ECE Available online

This is a historical, present, and future perspective of developmentally appropriate practices. Appropriate classroom practices and current topics are discussed.

CHD-440 Children's Play and Learning Available online

Theories of Piaget, Parton, Erickson, and Vygotsky are studied to determine how children learn to play and the effect that play has on the child�s development. Historical perspectives and effects of play on learning are reviewed.

CHD-445 Language Development/Literacy Available online

The research and stages of language development from birth through age seven are extensively explored. Students will understand how to guide children through the language acquisition process.

CHD-450 Children's Literature Available online

Using children's books to develop literature-based curriculum is the emphasis of this course. There is a review of authors of children's literature and an exploration of books for a variety of purposes.

CHD-451 Dual Language Learners Available online

This course will address the needs of the early childhood classroom professional. The course will move beyond the basics of child development to help educators understand the natural progression of second-language acquisition in young children.

CHD-460 Behavior Guidance in EC

In this course, students examine the concept of mistaken behavior, and the levels of mistaken behavior. How to promote an encouraging classroom is discussed. The short- and long-term effects of logical and natural consequences for prosocial development are reviewed.

CHD-461 Ethics in Early Childhood Available online

Classical and historical ethics are explored, as well as the student's personal values system.  Individuals face tough ethical decisions with increasing frequency in our society and a freamwork for addressing those questions is needed.  Each student will develop a system for making ethical decisions in their personal and professional life.

CHD-470 Parent Ed- Methods/Materials

This course explores the issues of educating parents. Parenting is a process, and has a variety of rights, responsibilities, and roles that change across the life span. Needs of parents, the resources available, and the helpful interactions between the parent and the educator are discussed. Variations in parenting practices based on heritage, culture, and ethnicity are also reviewed.

CHD480 CHD480 Special Needs in ECE

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CHD-482 Young Child with Special Needs Available online

This course is designed to introduce the student to the information and techniques needed to develop curricula and instruction to meet the unique needs of individual children in early childhood settings. Special emphasis is given to the theories, research, and practical application from the fields of both early childhood education and special education.

CHD488 CHD488 Child Dev Independent Study*

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CHD-490 Portfolio and Synthesis Available online

This final course is designed to help learners reflect on all they have done in the BA program. Through guest speakers, research study, and reflection on practice, students will synthesize all they have learned. Preparation of a professional portfolio will cap the learning experience.

CHD505 CHD505 Role of the EC Educator

This foundational course discusses the roots of early childhood education and the purposes of early childhood in today�s society. The historical and present role of adults within the field of early childhood will be examined. Learners will explore NAEYC�s code of ethics and its implications for the profession.

CHD510 CHD510 Growth/Development Children

This is a broad sketch of human growth and development from pre-natal stages to elementary age. Developmental processes are studied from a biological and developmental perspective. Personality development and the effects of temperament on learning are discussed.

CHD515 CHD515 Best Practices in ECE

This class provides the theoretical framework and best practices for working in early childhood settings. Learners examine how individualized curriculum and environment can be integrated through developmentally appropriate practices in order to promote the cognitive and social development of children.

CHD51X CHD51X Child/Growth Development

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CHD-610 Growth & Dev of Children

This is a broad sketch of human growth and development from pre-natal stages to elementary age. Developmental processes are studied from a biological and developmental perspective. Personality development and the effects of temperament on learning are discussed.

CHD-620 Role Early Childhood Educator

This foundational course discusses the roots of early childhood education and the purposes of early childhood in today's society. The historical and present role of adults within the field of early childhood will be examined. Learners will explore NAEYC's code of ethics and its implications for the profession.

CHD-630 Best Practices in Early Chldhd

This class provides the theoretical framework and best practices for working in early childhood settings. Learners examine how individualized curriculum and environment can be integrated through developmentally appropriate practices in order to promote the cognitive and social development of children.

CHE-110 Chemistry in Perspective

Chemistry principles will be developed on a need to know basis within the context of selected societal problems. Class format will encourage students to contribute knowledge from non-scientific fields to expand the base of applicability. This course is especially designed for the non-science major and may not be used for credit in any of the science majors or minors. Three lectures and one two-hour laboratory period per week.

CHE-115 General Chemistry I

Systematic introduction to the conceptual and symbolic aspects of chemistry. Critical and quantitative thought as applied to the topics of measurement, formula and equation writing, stoichiometry, atomic structure and periodicity, bonding and molecular geometry, gases, phases and phase changes. Brief introduction to Organic Chemistry. Three lectures and one two-hour laboratory period per week. (Prerequisites: High School chemistry and one year of algebra or consent of instructor)

CHE-116 General Chemistry II

Continuation of General Chemistry 1. Solutions and Colligative Properties, Equilibrium, Thermodynamics, Qualitative Analysis, Kinetics, Reduction, Oxidation, Nuclear Chemistry. Three lectures and one two-hour laboratory period per week. (Prerequisite: CHE115)

CHE-141 Household Chemistry

A general education course emphasizing applications of chemistry to daily living. Topics range from baking to medications, from cleaning to cosmetics and from secrets under the sink to close encounters with clothing. Hands-on lab activities supplement the topics. (Prerequisites: A high school chemistry course and access to a kitchen and basic utensils)

CHE-150 Real World Chemistry

This general education course explores applications of chemistry outside of the laboratory to typical living environments. This includes chemicals used in the kitchen, garage, bathroom and work places. Hands-on lab activities supplement the topics.

CHE-221 Organic Chemistry I

This course is an introductory study of organic compounds using a functional group approach and stressing basic principles. Topics covered include the covalence of carbon, isomerism, stereoisomerism and the structure, properties, nomenclature and reactions of the common functional groups. The determination of molecular structure is introduced.

CHE-222 Organic Chemistry II

This course is a continuation of Organic Chemistry I. Topics covered include additional functional group chemistry, reaction mechanisms, heterocyclic compounds, proteins, lipids and synthetic macromolecules. Three lectures and one three-hour laboratory period per week.

CHE-230 Environmental Chemistry

This course considers the chemistry of earth's natural environment: air, water, and soil. Systems will be examined to contrast their natural chemistries with potential environmental pollution effects. Three lectures per week and several field trips are taken to various laboratories. (Prerequisite: CHE116)

CHE321 CHE321 Organic Chemistry I

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CHE322 CHE322 Organic Chemistry II

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CHE-326 Analytical Chemistry I

Introduction to the wet and instrumental techniques of analytical chemistry. Emphasis on Gravimetric and Volumetric Analysis, Statistical Evaluation of Data and Quality Assurance. Three lectures (150 minutes) and one four-hour laboratory period per week.

CHE327 CHE327 Analytical Chemistry II

Introduction to instrumental analysis. Redox, Electrolytic Methods, Chromatography, Spectroscopy. Two lectures and four hours of laboratory per week. (Prerequisite: CHE326)

CHE-328 Biochemistry

Molecular determinants of structure and function of biomolecules. Biological processes at the molecular level. Enzyme catalysis, bioenergetics, and metabolism. Three lectures (150 minutes) and one laboratory period (180 minutes) per week. (Prerequisite: CHE321)

CHE-341 Physical Chemistry

This course is an introduction to fundamental topics in physical chemistry, including quantum theory, electronic structure, computational chemistry, thermodynamics, and chemical kinetics.

CHE-431 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry

Introduction to ligand field theory, group theory, organometallics, and catalysis. This lecture course will provide students with an introductory look at appropriate molecular theories and related descriptive chemistry. (Prerequisites: CHE115, CHE116, CHE321, CHE326, MAT135, MAT255, PHS221, PHS222, or permission of instructor.)

CHE-450 Special Topics in Chemistry

The topic for this course will be chosen from a wide range of current research and development in chemistry. Students will read background material, participate in discussions, and complete labs and/or writing assignments as instructed.

CHE-456 Chemistry Research

This course offers students an opportunity to do original research in an area of expertise of one of the chemistry faculty members. When applicable, the research will be followed with presentation of a paper at an undergraduate research conferences and submission of a paper for publication. Two to three hours of laboratory and/or library work per credit per week.

CHE-488 Independent Study

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CHE-497 Chemistry Teaching Assistant

Students enrolled in this course will work with a faculty member to gain teaching experience in chemistry courses. Activities may include: designing laboratory exercises; working with students in laboratory, classroom and tutoring environment; preparing and delivering lectures; developing course materials; grading.

CHE-498 Chemistry Internship

The internship is designed to provide students with a work/educational experience that may help determine future educational and occupational goals.

CHI-101 Chinese Culture & Language

This course is an introduction to Chinese culture and language. It focuses on both historical and current issues in the development of a modern China. Specifically the course will explore Chinese art, philosophy, politics, and history. There will also be an introduction to some basics of the Chinese language. Ideal for students planning a trip to China, wanting to know more about China, interested in beginning the study of the Chinese language, or individuals who may be doing business with

CHM-120 Exploratory Lab in Christ. Min

Students explore Christian ministry through various roles and are introduced to the portfolio process leading toward consideration of and entry into the Christian Ministry professional programs.

CHM210 CHM210 Peer Ministry

Peer Ministry integrates the act of caring and serving others with a Christian belief and values system. This course equips people of all ages with skills, faith, and values to be a caring friend. Participants will be trained to facilitate youth and adults to serve as peer ministers in congregations and community organizations. Participants will learn to express care and support within diverse communities and will learn to practice communication skills, facilitate small groups, and learn the

CHM-250 Intro. Pastoral Min. & Portfol

This course, required for all pre-Pastoral [and pre-Deaconess] students, should be taken after achieving 32 semester hours. The course will include activities and assignments to assist students in the exploration of their journey to becoming a pastor [or deaconess], their understanding of ministry and their development of a professional portfolio. Participants will draft elements of the portfolio required for pre-pastoral [or pre-deaconess] program exit interviews.

CHM-266 Formational Models for Chr Min

Through an exploration of the scriptural, theological, historical, and social foundations of Christian ministry, students develop a personal philosophy of ministry and mission statement. Flowing out of this philosophy, students explore essential leadership skills for effective Christian ministry practice and service. As a major project throughout the course, students develop a professional Christian ministry portfolio.

CHM-268 Intro. to Christian Ministry

Through an exploration of scriptural, theological, historical and social foundations of Christian ministry, students work to develop a personal philosophy of ministry. In addition, students study and utilize essential leadership skills for effective Christian ministry practice and service. As a major project throughout the course, students develop a professional Christian ministry portfolio.

CHM-280 Caring Christian Witness

Students are equipped with practical ways to share the Gospel in the context of a growing friendship with others. Students develop skills in nurturing relationships, recognizing barriers and opportunities, dealing with fears, listening actively, and applying Law and Gospel to the needs of the hearer.

CHM-281 Princ. for Christian Outreach

This course is an overview of outreach principles and strategies. Specific attention will be given to those factors in the life and activity of the church which hinder or enhance its growth. Included in the overview will be an analysis of the life and activity of a Christian congregation, steps toward mobilizing the laity, the development of a church growth consciousness, basic planning procedures for church growth, church planting theory and strategies, and basic cross-cultural insights.

CHM-310 Equipping God's People

Students study the theological framework of volunteer ministry, understand the connection of vocation and gifts-based volunteer ministry, explore the best practices in volunteer management, and apply learning to the design of a volunteer ministry program for a specific ministry site.

CHM-312 Youth Ministry

Students develop the insights and skills necessary to facilitate a relational and integrated approach to youth ministry with and for youth in a congregation, which emphasizes peer, family, and congregational support networks.

CHM-314 Family & Children Ministry

Students explore the societal and cultural contexts of family and children�s ministry, apply foundational Christian educational theory, and work with current and emerging approaches to Christian education across the lifespan.

CHM316 CHM316 Leadership I

This course presents a systematic study of the principles of administration for effective servant leadership. The foundations, role and functions of effective Christian team leadership will be discussed and practiced.

CHM-317 Outdoor Ministry

This course explores ministry in the outdoors setting. Participants will learn about utilization of outdoor sites and activities as ministry. Time is spent in learning how experiential learning can be incorporated into the study of the faith. Participants will also learn retreat planning.

CHM-320 A Nurturing Christian Ministry

Students explore the scriptural, theological, and historical role of Christian education within the church. This exploration will equip students to nurture Christians in the faith across the lifespan through an intentional implementation of Christian educational programs and experiences.

CHM-321 Found for Teaching & Learning

Students explore the scriptural, theological and historical role of Christian education within the church. This exploration will equip students to teach the faith across the lifespan through an intentional implementation of Christian educational programs and experiences.

CHM-322 Ldrshp in Christian Ministry

Students study and apply leadership models for guiding Christian ministry organizations into the future. Servant and team leadership, founded upon scriptural and contemporary study, serve as foundational leadership models for student exploration. The course equips students with key managerial and administrative skills essential for organizational leadership.

CHM-323 Leadership Foundations

Developing their biblical and theological foundations for the practice of Christian leadership within diverse and changing faith communities, students explore leadership models and theories essential for guiding Christian ministry organizations into the future. Students gain administrative and productivity skills essential for organizational leadership.

CHM-324 Strat. Approaches Christ. Min.

Students explore and apply current strategic planning theories, methods, and tools to help Christian ministry organizations fulfill their missions within ever-changing communities and cultural contexts.

CHM-325 Strategic Ministry

Christian ministry in diverse and fluid cultures calls for strategic and intentional leadership. Students explore and apply current strategic planning theories, methods and tools to help Christian ministry organizations fulfill their missions within ever-changing communities and cultural contexts. Through case study analysis and projects, students apply organizational change theory to congregations and ministry organizations.

CHM-326 Healthy Congregational Change

Students study how to guide and assist congregations through the necessary process of productive change. Through case study analysis and projects, students apply organizational change and systems theory to congregations and ministry organizations.

CHM-330 Cultural Context & Faith Devlp

Students study the practice of Christian ministry within different cultural contexts and across the lifespan, paying particular attention to applying principles of biblical interpretation and a Lutheran understanding of Law and Gospel to the design and implementation of ministry experiences. Through applied projects, students develop a commitment to a reflective practice that respects diverse voices and beliefs.

CHM-361 DCE Practicum

The student seeking certification as a Director of Christian Education is assigned to a Lutheran school in order to teach religion, assist in planning and leading chapels, conduct devotions, and observe the ministry of the Lutheran school and the Lutheran classroom teacher.

CHM-366 Parish Education I

Through class discussion, readings, presentation and involvement in Christian education agencies in a local congregation, students grow in understanding the purpose and function of life-long parish educational ministries. Various approaches to religious and Christian education will be studied with particular application to the Lutheran setting. (Required concurrent registration in CVM 370.)

CHM-367 Parish Education II

Students observe and participate in a broad range of educational, youth, music, family, adult and children's activities in an assigned local parish while having opportunity to explore the theory and literature of the field. Students are expected to develop knowledge and skills to develop as an educational leader. This course will introduce various models for the delivery of Christian education in the parish community. Participants will explore teaching the faith, utilizing Scripture and

CHM-368 Pre-Internship

Through class discussion, readings, presentations and retreats the student is prepared to structure and begin a DCE Internship.

CHM-369 Outdoor Ministry Practicum

The practicum experience takes place in a Lutheran camp for those who have been selected and hired as counselors for the summer camp setting. In addition to the on-site training, support and guidance is provided through a university instructor.

CHM-370 Christian Ministry Fld Work I

Participants will have opportunity to work in a local congregation under the supervision of a parish professional. A minimum of five hours of service per week, in addition to one seminar hour, is required.

CHM-371 Mission of God in Chrstn Min.

This course traces the mission of God through the Old and New Testaments. It explores God�s intent for his mission people in the past, present, and future; and it discloses that intent in biblical narratives and texts as well as in Lutheran theology and the Lutheran Confessions.

CHM-372 Christian Min. Fld Work II

Participants will have opportunity to work in a local congregation under the supervision of a parish professional. A minimum of five hours of service in addition to one (seminar) per week is required.

CHM-381 Congregational Outreach

Students explore a multi-phase organizational strategy for outreach, analyze a variety of approaches to outreach and, by means of class and field experiences, design a model of congregational outreach suitable to a chosen contextual setting.

CHM-382 Congregational Discipleship

Students explore and apply the biblical principles of and methods for welcoming, discipling, and incorporating people into a Christian congregation. Students also develop an understanding of a congregational ministry to people who have withdrawn from Word and Sacrament ministries.

CHM-384 Entrepreneurial Ministries

Students explore and analyze biblical principles and entrepreneurial strategies for the formation of ministries that can lead to church starts in various settings and contexts.

CHM-401 Faith Development Across Life

Students study the practice of teaching the faith across the lifespan, paying particular attention to principles of biblical interpretation from a Lutheran perspective. The participant will develop a philosophy of teaching that incorporates an understanding of educational theory and practice, and uses tools and skills needed for appropriate biblical study and teaching within a Lutheran framework.

CHM411 CHM411 Leadership II

This course provides students with teaching and learning experiences that use leadership, planning, and change processes to help them grow and mature as leaders in congregations and non-profit organizations. Within the context of the Christian Gospel, students will understand the cultural context of transformational leadership, apply learning disciplines to transformational leadership, expand ability to apply micro-leadership skills and learn how to equip and empower others to be leaders,

CHM-416 Issues in Christian Education

Students collaborate with faculty to explore selected topics and issues within the contemporary Christian education context. Participants develop practical responses and explore organizational and personal change strategies.

CHM-418 Adult Ministry

Students explore theories of adult learning, spiritual formation, and effective teaching and adult spiritual direction strategies. Participants utilize a planning process for initiating adult education programs in the congregational setting for faith formation.

CHM-420 Capstone in Christian Ministry

Students reflect on and formalize their understanding of Christian ministry in the context of their personal identity in Christ, the broader ministry of the Gospel, and their vision of future ministry and personal growth, in the process incorporating their understanding of faith and learning with vocation.

CHM-421 Teaching to Lead and Equip

Effective ministry requires teams of transformational leaders. Educators and other leaders in the church serve and lead in ways that equip and empower others to serve within their local congregations, communities and beyond. Reflective practice helps leaders shape educational experiences that equip learners to serve and volunteer within diverse and rich cultural settings. Through applied projects and research, students design volunteer ministry programs and leadership training experiences.

CHM-425 Youth and Family Ministry

Youth and family ministry is a partnership within congregation, home and community. Grounded in baptismal theology, this ministry is a tending of the faith journey throughout the lifespan. Students develop skills to lead a relational and Christ-centered ministry for and with youth in a congregation. There is a fieldwork component to this course.

CHM-430 Child & Confirmation Ministry

Current and emerging theories of children�s ministry serve as the foundation for developing engaging children�s ministry practices, experiences and programs. Additionally, students research and plan effective approaches to confirmation programming. There is a fieldwork component to this course.

CHM-433 Role of the DCE

The role of the Director of Christian Education as an educational minister is explored and considered. Calling and placement procedures, professional ethics and expectation, the constitution and by-laws of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, role of the DCE in Synod and District, and the role of the DCE in team ministry are examined. The professional portfolio is completed and ready for final interview review by faculty and field professionals as part of the certification process.

CHM-435 Teaching & Leading Adults

Adult learning theory serves as a foundation for the development of adult education programs and experiences. Throughout this course students explore and apply theories of adult learning, spiritual formation, effective teaching methods and adult spiritual direction strategies. Participants utilize a planning process for initiating and leading adult education programs in ministry settings. There is a fieldwork component to this course.

CHM-440 Speaking the Gospel

Students explore the practical application of models of personal witness and Christian apologetics through the development of skills in nurturing relationships, recognizing barriers to and opportunities for faith-sharing, dealing with fears, listening actively, and effectively applying Law and Gospel to the needs of the hearer. There is a fieldwork component to this course.

CHM-445 Pract of Missions 21st Century

Students explore the basic tenets of living a mission-focused lifestyle in various cultures and contexts in North America and around the world by becoming familiar with issues related to crossing cultural barriers. These include culture shock; spiritual, physical, and emotional health; learning language and culture; team development; and integrative vocational practices. There is a fieldwork component to this course.

CHM-450 Great Commission Congregations

Students explore a strategic, team-based approach to congregational outreach and discipleship. By means of classroom and field experiences a multi-phase model is explored, developed and applied to a chosen contextual setting. There is a fieldwork component to this course.

CHM-455 Urban Outreach

Students develop an understanding and appreciation for the distinct outreach opportunities available in 21st century urban centers. Through classroom experience and interaction with cooperative agencies, a theological perspective is developed that moves students to connect entrepreneurial practices and evangelistic ministry. There is a fieldwork component to this course.

CHM-472 Lvng & Wrkg God's Mission Fld

Students apply the biblical mission mandate to the challenges and joys of every believer�s life as a missionary in various cultures and contexts and North America and around the world. Students become familiar with issues related to being missionaries, such as culture shock; spiritual, physical, and emotional health; language and culture learning; team ministry; and developing support networks.

CHM-473 Cross-Cultural Outreach

Students are introduced to the world of cross-cultural mission work in foreign fields and in the United States. The course provides theories and strategies for effectively proclaiming the Gospel to peoples of different cultures. The course will address cross-cultural insights in foreign, ethnic and social-economic contexts and includes field trips to government-funded and private organizations working in cross-cultural contexts, language learning insights and an African feast.

CHM-480 Foundations for Urban Ministry

Students focus on the distinct outreach opportunities and approaches of an urban context and develop a theological perspective that moves them to connect human care and evangelistic ministry in 21st century urban centers.

CHM-481 Christian Response Wrld Rel.

Students review the core tenets of the major religions of the world and how Christian witnesses develop skills to listen sympathetically, analyze critically, and respond appropriately from a Lutheran theological perspective to people of other major faith systems.

CHM-486 Issues in Christian Outreach

Students collaborate with faculty to explore selected topics and issues within the contemporary context of outreach leadership. Participants develop practical responses to personal experiences and explore organizational and personal change strategies.

CHM-488 Independent Study

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CHM-490 Theory to Action: Capstone

Students reflect on and formalize their understanding of Christian ministry in the context of their personal identity in Christ, the broader ministry of the Gospel, and their vision of future ministry and personal growth. Students prepare and present a capstone Christian Ministry project.

CHM-495 DCO Internship I

This internship is a full-time, supervised parish or cross-cultural outreach experience in the ministry of a cooperating congregation, mission organization, or Bible translation agency, extending from two to three semesters.

CHM-496 DCO Internship II

This internship is a full-time, supervised parish or cross-cultural outreach experience in the ministry of a cooperating congregation, mission organization, or Bible translation agency, extending from two to three semesters.

CHM-497 Intn'l. Mission DCE Internship

This experience prepares the individual for an internship in the international mission field. The experience includes mission orientation, language acquisition, basic training in English as a Second Language, local enculturation in the host culture.

CHM-498 Commissioned Ministry Intern I

The internship provides DCE and DCO students a full-time supervised involvement in the educational or outreach ministries of a cooperating congregation or cross-cultural organization. Emphasis is placed on active leadership in a variety of professional tasks. Students register for CHM498 in the fall and CHM499 in the spring to complete the 12-month internship.

CHM-499 Commiss. Ministry Internshp II

The internship provides DCE and DCO students a full-time supervised involvement in the educational or outreach ministries of a cooperating congregation or cross-cultural organization. Emphasis is placed on active leadership in a variety of professional tasks. Students register for CHM498 in the fall and CHM499 in the spring to complete the 12-month internship.

CI-550 History of Ideas in Education

A review of the ideas and philosophies, past and present, which influence educational practices.

CI-551 Psychology of Lrng and Tchg

The course reviews the development of children and the differences among their development, theories of learning, motivation of students for learning, classroom instruction and student management, and the assessment of student learning in schools. The course invites our contemplation over the following question: In light of how children learn, how shall we best teach?

CI-552 Curriculum Theory

An examination of the history of the school curriculum, the fundamentals of curriculum design, and methods of implementation.

CI-553 Instructional Strategies

Theory and strategies of designing technology-rich environments to support active learning in schools.

CI-554 Curriculum and Instruction Available online

An examination of the history of the school curriculum, the fundamentals of curriculum design, and methods of implementation as well as the theory and practice of the developmentally effective classroom.

CI-555 Instructional Technology

Theory and strategies for designing technology-rich environments to support active learning in schools.

CI-556 Supervision & Improv Instruct Available online

Theory and practice of supervision of educational programs and personnel with a focus on improvement.

CI-560 Curric & Instr in Literacy Available online

An examination of the history of the school curriculum, the fundamentals of curriculum design, and methods of implementation for literacy.

CI-561 Foundations of Literacy Available online

A survey of the historical and theoretical development of literacy education and expectations for becoming an effective literacy teacher.

CI-562 Literacy Strat for Grades K-6 Available online

An investigation of literature and effective literacy strategies for the elementary classroom.

CI-563 Literacy Strat Grades 7-12 Available online

A review of adolescent literature and effective literacy strategies for learners in grades 7-12.

CI-564 Assess, Eval & Supervision Available online

Administration and analysis of individual and group assessments and strategies for supervising literacy programs and communicating student progress.

CIT-500 Found/Trends in Ed Tech

A survey of the historical and theoretical development of educational technology and an examination of future trends in K-12 education.

CIT-505 Design/Implement Ed Tech

An examination of how to best enhance student achievement through effective incorporation of various software and hardware.

CIT-510 Utiliz Social Media Classroom

The study of various social media modes to engage the learner and enhance instruction

CIT-515 Prof Dev & Ldrshp in Ed Tech

A focus on leadership and professional development in planning and integrating educational technology.

CJU400 CJU400 Intro to Criminal Justice

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CJU401 CJU401 Criminal Justice Revisited Available online

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CJU-402 Returning Student Sem for CJ Available online

This course will provide each student with an opportunity to reflect on their decision to return to college. Emphasis will be on preparations for their return to college and their development of a learning plan. Students will focus on time management, organizational skills, and practical writing for criminal justice practitioners. Extensive time will be devoted to writing fundamentals, such as mechanics, sentence structure, academic and professional prose and APA style.

CJU404 CJU404 Practical Writing for CJ Available online

This writing course, designed for criminal justice practitioners, will explore various writing fundamentals, such as mechanics, sentence structure, academic and professional prose, and APA style.

CJU410 CJU410 The Police and the Community

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CJU411 CJU411 Comm Oriented Crim Justice

This course examines the role expectations of criminal justice and the communities it serves. Research and trends in community and problem-oriented criminal justice will be discussed, and a variety of programs examined. Learners in this course will provide insight from their experience throughout the country and explore how these community-oriented initiatives can be applied throughout the criminal justice system.

CJU412 CJU412 Criminal Justice & the Media

This course explores the relationships between criminal justice and the media depicted in various ways including news and entertainment. Roles, responsibilities, and legal issues will be explored.

CJU415 CJU415 Biblical Christianity for CJ

Students study selected Old and New Testament texts and explore the historical Biblical perspective of Christianity in the context of grace and the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Students learn how religious issues have been addressed and incorporated in different eras of history. Students learn how Christianity has shaped elements of culture and organizational life, how Biblical principles can shape individuals for strong leadership roles, and how to better understand Christians in the workplace

CJU420 CJU420 Corrections

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CJU421 CJU421 Corrections

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CJU-422 Information Literacy in CJ Available online

Information today grows exponentially. This course teaches students to identify information needs in their profession, know and access criminal justice data bases, discern legitimate information, manage the data, and present information in an articulate, professional manner. Students will effectively integrate sources in academic writings using APA style.

CJU425 CJU425 Constitutional Issues in CJ

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CJU430 CJU430 Criminology

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CJU-431 Inside the Criminal Mind Available online

This course explores theories and research of criminal behavior. Students will examine how past and present understanding of criminals has determined responses of society and the criminal justice system.

CJU-435 Philosophy of Values & Ethics Available online

Students examine the issues of accountability in government and business regarding human rights and ethics through readings, discussion and debates. Exploring both ethical theory and personal values, students develop a system for making ethical decisions in their personal and professional lives. This course also explores the emotional and physical risks associated with their work and helps develop strategies that will nurture maintaining physical and emotional health.

CJU436 CJU436 Delinquency/Juvenile Justice

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CJU-437 Systems Thinking in Crim Just Available online

Given the dynamic complexity of organizations, it is vital that professionals have an understanding of how organizations and systems interact. This course provides the skills to diagnose interactions and engage in finding solutions to problems. Systems thinking serves as one of the threads of continuity running throughout this degree program.

CJU445 CJU445 Community Corrections

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CJU450 CJU450 Understanding Communities

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CJU-451 Diversity in Criminal Justice Available online

While multiculturalism is a popular term in today�s society, diversity issues play a particularly important role in criminal justice. This course provides an understanding of diversity from theoretical, organizational, and personal perspectives to impact the effectiveness of those employed in criminal justice and mitigate the risk of legal liability and public perception issues that negatively impact this profession.

CJU-452 Constitutional Law for CJ Available online

This course will develop the understanding and working knowledge of constitutional law that professionals in this field are expected to have. Students will review constitutional history and basic concepts to understand interpretations of the Constitution by the United States Supreme Court impacting criminal justice, and learn practical research strategies to find law.

CJU-453 Troubled Youth in CJ System Available online

This course explores why and how governments have always treated children differently than adults. Theories of delinquency and the corresponding responses by society through the criminal justice system are addressed, as are current data, trends and programs. Students will also explore the challenges facing juvenile corrections in a society that continues to change in demographics, norms, and expectations of criminal justice.

CJU454 CJU454 Criminal Justice Wellness

While part of the job, the unique nature of what people employed in criminal justice are subjected to impacts professional and personal lives. In this course students explore the emotional and physical risks associated with their work, and develop strategies that will assist in maintaining physical and emotional health.

CJU-455 Contemporary Issues in CJ Available online

Current criminal justice related events occurring nationally and locally will provide the scenarios for students to apply the knowledge acquired during this degree program in a thoughtful and scholarly manner. Students will draw upon their understanding of systems thinking, constitutional law, religion, modern trends, ethics, and individual and community behavior.

CJU460 CJU460 Ethics in Juvenile Justice

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CJU465 CJU465 Contemporary Prob in Corr

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CJU466 CJU466 Contemp Issues in Corr for CJ

Students will discuss the challenges facing corrections in a society that continues to change in demographics, norms, and expectations of criminal justice. Institutional and community-based programs will be addressed and their relationship to other areas of the criminal justice system explored.

CJU470 CJU470 Comp CJ System

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CJU471 CJU471 Comparative CJ Systems

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CJU480 CJU480 Research Sem CJ

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CJU-490 Criminal Justice Portfolio Available online

This final course is designed to help learners reflect on all they have done during this degree program. Students will synthesize all they have learned. Preparation of a professional and educational portfolio or e-folio will cap the learning experience. Students will participate in group activities to provide closure to the program.

CJU-498 Criminal Justice Internship

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CJU-500 Admin of Criminal Justice Available online

This course is a scholarly consideration of the concepts, principles, and analytical tools for effectively administering criminal justice agencies. Students will examine the critical application of strategic management skills in operational environments that are ever-changing, under intensive scrutiny by the public and media, and limited by legal, financial, and political constraints.

CJU501 CJU501 Organizational Politics

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CJU-502 Correctional Design Available online

The philosophies, roles, and designs of juvenile corrections continue to evolve. This course expands upon the basics of institutional and community corrections by exploring modern research and trends in modern corrections. Students will address leadership, legal, political, and financial issues impacting the effectiveness of corrections in a society with increasing demands and expectations of the criminal justice system.

CJU-505 Reflective Adult Learner & Ldr Available online

The premise of this course is leaders must have an understanding of who they are and why they are here. Students will devote considerable time to self-examination and reflection to gain greater awareness and understanding of who they are, and how their life and professional experiences influence their paradigms and leadership qualities. There is an emphasis on attitude and emotional intelligence and how they influence leadership effectiveness and results.

CJU510 CJU510 Drugs, Alcohol, and Crime

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CJU-512 Crim Justice, Politics & Media

This course examines the relationships, roles, and responsibilities of criminal justice politics and the media. Included is a critical review of the tension that exists between the two, and how effective relationships can be fostered. Students will also learn to write press releases, organize and facilitate press conferences, and effectively utilize media resources.

CJU-520 Research Methods in CJ Available online

This course will provide an understanding of the dynamics of problem-solving with special attention to research methodologies which result in finding creative and productive solutions.

CJU530 CJU530 Treatment of Offenders

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CJU540 CJU540 Org Behavior in Crim Justice

As one of the threads of continuity throughout this degree program, systems thinking" provides a means to better understand and work more effectively with individuals and organizations. This course provides advanced perspectives of how to identify interactions and best select a means of responding from the position of manager and leader. "

CJU541 CJU541 Juvenile Justice Professional

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CJU542 CJU542 Juv Justice Workers as Leaders

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CJU-543 Contemp Issues in CJ Ldrshp Available online

This course examines stress from a leadership perspective by asking why and how employers should respond to mental health issues. Theory, research, and trends in employee assistance are discussed as students consider how employers can help prevent, mitigate, and respond to emotional issues impacting personnel on the job.

CJU-545 Legal and Legislative Issues Available online

Those in leadership positions find themselves with a greater duty to recognize and respond to legal issues. This course examines how law defines policy in areas impacting the business of criminal justice, including due process, civil rights, equal protection, employment law, civil liability, and criminal procedure. In addition to identifying emerging law, this class addresses the political science of public policy at jurisdictional levels, including the United States Supreme Court.

CJU550 CJU550 Probation, Parole, Sanctions

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CJU551 CJU551 Strategic Leadership

Effective leaders understand and leverage their leadership strengths to positively influence people and, in turn, an organization�s success. This course will focus on learning your personal leadership style, how to positively impact others, and how to continue to grow and develop as a leader to bring out the best in yourself and others. Acknowledging the frequent challenge to �run government like business,� students will learn the strategies of successful private sector and government leaders.

CJU553 CJU553 Troubled Youth

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CJU560 CJU560 Seminar Police Practice/Probs

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CJU-570 Applied Ethics in CJ Ldrshp Available online

This course will review and analyze popular models of ethical decision making and problems criminal justice professionals face every day. Readings, case studies, and written assignments will provide opportunities to investigate current ethical issues facing criminal justice leaders and managers in organizational settings, as well as critically apply various ethical theories and decision-making frameworks. Discussions relative to Christian vocation, applied ethics, and value-centered

CJU580 CJU580 Adv Ethics/Juvenile Justice

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CJU-584 Accessing CJ Resources Available online

This course familiarizes students with online academic and professional criminal justice leadership periodical indexes. Students will employ secondary research techniques in a criminal justice topic area of their choice. Students will evaluate and ethically report the body of research and informational landscape related to the topic in APA style. Students will learn to integrate knowledge navigation into academic, professional, and personal application. Students will also reflect on program

CJU585 CJU585 Synthesizing Seminar 1

The culminating project of the master�s program is the capstone, a research project designed to help learners generate new information for their field. Explanation of the capstone process will take place, along with a dialog regarding possible capstone topics.

CJU586 CJU586 Synthesizing Seminar II

This course continues the process of selecting and implementing the capstone project. Issues of epistemology and social change are discussed and explored.

CJU-596 Criminal Justice Capstone Available online

The Capstone course is the concluding event of the program. This course assists students in synthesizing previous coursework and research leading to greater self-reflection, application to their career field, and an assessment of their learning throughout the duration of the program. The student will present and discuss the final M.A. Capstone E-folio.

CJU-699 Communication in Leadership

This course familiarizes students with the four principles of interpersonal communication � communication is inescapable, irreversible, complicated, and contextual. Communication is the cornerstone to understanding and far too often leaders in the 21st Century lack proper understanding of empowering and inspirational dialogue with coworkers. Students will gain knowledge how to hone their skills and develop into leaders that employees will follow and trust.

CJUCJU CJUCJU Portfolio & Synthesis

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CLM200 CLM200 Day's Journey First Article

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CLM600 CLM600 Day's Journey First Article

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CLQ-200 Intro to Commissioned Ministry

Through class discussion, readings, presentations and involvement with field-based commissioned ministry, students will explore and consider the function of a Commissioned Minister in multiple settings. The program portfolio is developed and made ready for program exit interviews. Emphasis is placed on the development of a philosophy of ministry, personal mission statement, and professional ethics review.

CLQ-330 Theory & Prac. in Christen Ed

Students explore and analyze faith development theory, cultural and generational influences, curricular evaluation models, and strategies for the application of Law and Gospel within Christian education. Students apply this theory on effective methods of teaching the Christian faith from the Lutheran perspective at the elementary and secondary levels.

CLQ-476 DCO Colloquy Internship I

DCO Colloquy Internship Applied Experience

CLQ-477 DCO Colloquy Internship II

DCO Colloquy Internship Applied Experience.

CLQ-478 Colloquy Internship I

The Colloquy DCE Internship provides the colloquy DCE student a supervised experience at a local ministry site. The colloquy student receives consultation and assessment for self-directed growth. Students may enroll in this class up to three times to help fulfill internship requirements.

CLQ-479 Colloquy Internship II

The course is a continuation of CLQ578 Colloquy Internship I. The DCE colloquy student receives continued consultation and assessment for self-directed growth. Students may enroll in this class up to three times to help fulfill internship requirements.

CLQ-512 Colloquy:Gifts Based Volunteer

Students will explore the theology of volunteer ministry; understand the connection of vocation and gifts-based volunteer ministry; explore best practices in volunteer management, including gift assessment, database creation and maintenance, job descriptions, recruitment, screening, training, supervision, evaluation, affirmation, and thanking volunteers; and apply learning to the design of a volunteer ministry program for a specific ministry site.

CLQ-513 Colloquy:Ministry Teams/Parish

This course explores a team approach to ministry with particular emphasis on collaborative leadership models that utilize an individuals gifts and have a strong link to the mission of the organization. Small group dynamics, life cycles of a group, roles, covenanting and personality styles will be explored in looking at how ministry teams are used in the Parish.

CLQ-515 Colloquy:Tchng. Faith Across

This course will provide a study of Catechesis throughout the ages with particular attention to principles of Biblical interpretation from a Lutheran perspective. The participant will work toward a definition of Lutheran Catechesis that will incorporate an understanding of educational theory and practice, utilize tools and skills needed for appropriate Biblical study and teaching within a Lutheran framework while displaying an understanding of the relationship between Christian education and

CLQ-519 Colloquy:Tchng. Strat. Adults

Issues of motivating the adult learner, techniques for effective teaching, and educational implications of a variety of teaching methodologies are discussed. A review of available resources is included.

CLQ-520 Colloquy: Leadership

This course presents a systematic study of the principles of administration for effective servant leadership. The foundations, roles, and functions of effective Christian team leadership will be discussed and practiced. Leadership styles and skills will be discovered and practices.

CLQ-572 Colloquy:Family & Youth Mnstry

This course provides students with the necessary insights and skills to develop and facilitate a ministry with and for youth and families in a congregation. A relational approach to youth and family ministry emphasizes the need for peer and family support. Philosophical and practical aspects are emphasized to help students understand youth and family ministry as an integral part of the congregation's mission. A discussion of related subjects, resources and literature is included.

CLQ-573 Colloquy:Role of the DCE

The role of the Director of Christian Education as an educational minister is explored and considered. Calling and placement procedures, professional ethics and expectations, the constitution and by-laws of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, the role of the DCE in Synod and District, and the role of the DCE in team ministry are examined.

CLQ-576 Colloquy:Intro DCE Ministry

Through class discussion, readings, presentations, and involvement with Directors of Christian Education, students grow in understanding the purpose and functions of a Director of Christian Education.

CLQ-578 Colloquy Internship I - Part 1

The Colloquy DCE Internship provides the colloquy DCE student a supervised experience at a local ministry site. The colloquy student receives consultation and assessment for self-directed growth.

CLQ-579 Colloquy Internship II-Part 1

The course is a continuation of Colloquy Internship I. The DCE colloquy student receives continued consultation and assessment for self-directed growth.

CLQ-588 Colloquy Internship I - Part 2

The Colloquy DCE Internship provides the colloquy DCE student a supervised experience at a local ministry site. The colloquy student receives consultation and assessment for self-directed growth.

CLQ-589 Colloquy Internship II-Part 2

The course is a continuation of Colloquy Internship I. The DCE colloquy student receives continued consultation and assessment for self-directed growth.

CLQ-598 Colloquy Internship I - Part 3

The Colloquy DCE Internship provides the colloquy DCE student a supervised experience at a local ministry site. The colloquy student receives consultation and assessment for self-directed growth.

CLQ-599 Colloquy Internship II-Part 3

The course is a continuation of Colloquy Internship I. The DCE colloquy student receives continued consultation and assessment for self-directed growth.

CMC200 CMC200 Islam:Wrld Rel & MN Faith

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CMC201 CMC201 New Testament Survey

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CMC202 CMC202 Old Testament Survey

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CMC203 CMC203 Major Biblical Teachings

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CMC204 CMC204 Looking at Luther:Towns

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CMC205 CMC205 Wrld Rel & Christian Faith

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CMC206 CMC206 Luther's Thought on Family

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CMC207 CMC207 A Broom is a Gift of God:

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CMC208 CMC208 Church History in Plain Lang

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CMC209 CMC209 Christian Ethics

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CMC210 CMC210 Classics in Christian Lit

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CMC211 CMC211 Biblical Archeology

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CMC212 CMC212 The Lutheran Tradition

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CMC220 CMC220 Finding Strength In Loss

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CMC221 CMC221 Bullying Behav: Christian Resp

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CMC-299 Writing for the Church Wkshp

WRITING FOR THE CHURCH WORKSHOP is an intensive one-week experience designed to help participants develop creative writing and editing skills through regular practice; get to know individual CPH and Lutheran Hour Ministries editors and their editorial needs; explore possibilities and understand the steps involved in writing for publication; and commit themselves to witnessing through the written word as they communicate the Good News of grace and forgiveness in Jesus Christ. Course enrollment,

CMC374 CMC374 Outreach Leadership Institute

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CMC377 CMC377 End of Life Issues/Scripture

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CMC600 CMC600 Islam:World Rel &Minn Faith

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CMC601 CMC601 New Testament Survey

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CMC602 CMC602 Old Testment Survey

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CMC603 CMC603 Major Biblical Teachings

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CMC604 CMC604 Looking at Luther:Towns

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CMC605 CMC605 Wrld Rel & Christian Faith

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CMC606 CMC606 Luther's Thought on Family

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CMC607 CMC607 A Broom is a Gift of God:

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CMC608 CMC608 Church History in Plain Lang

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CMC609 CMC609 Christian Ethics

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CMC610 CMC610 Classics in Christian Lit

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CMC611 CMC611 Biblical Archeology

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CMC612 CMC612 The Lutheran Tradition

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CMC674 CMC674 Outreach Leadership Institute

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CMC677 CMC677 End of Life Issues/Scripture

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CMC699 CMC699 Writing for the Church Wkshp

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COM-101 Intercult Comm Exper Wkshp

The world around us� at work, in local schools, in the community�is becoming increasingly diverse. This course focuses on increasing understanding of cultural similarities and differences.

COM102 COM102 Exploring Comm Styles

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COM-103 Interpersonal Communication

Students examine their methods of interpersonal communication in various contexts including dyadic, small group, and mediated communication. Individual activities and group work include both oral and written components. Class discussions and small group activities provide opportunities to practice and refine interpersonal communication skills. Objective exams and quizzes focus on cognitive learning of the principles and concepts in the various communication contexts. (COM103 is one of the two

COM-104 Communicating Org Change

Why is it that 50% of organizational changes fail? Learn how to properly communicate the reasons for upcoming change; how to empower your employees to problem solve with you for maximum buy-in; learn how to recognize employee resistance to change and how to defuse it; and how to create an organizational culture where employees feel ownership.

COM-105 Listening Communication Tool

An essential skill for administrators is effective listening; too often hearing is confused with listening. Students will discover their personal barriers to effective listening; learn how to mitigate listening barriers to make others feel heard, integrate new listening skills from the telephone to the boardroom, and discover how much better informed they will be about: business, employees, and customer.

COM-106 Proactive Manangement

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COM-107 Managerial Communication

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COM-108 Sales Presentation Skills

This course focuses on presentation skills to achieve specific objectives including �getting the sale,� sharing important information, gaining approval and taking �action.� Skills include audience analysis, presentation format, tools, and techniques. In-class feedback allows for real-time evaluation of skills.

COM-109 Intro to Communication

This course introduces the practices and principles of interpersonal communication. This course will require students to gain introductory knowledge of theory as well as apply course concepts through written assignments in addition to individual and group presentations. Emphasis is placed on the communication process. Issues to be addressed include: interpersonal relationships, sending and receiving messages, language, listening, and cultural considerations. Additional emphasis will engage

COM15X COM15X Effective Presentation Skills

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COM18X COM18X Interpersonal Communication

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COM19X COM19X Introduction to Communication

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COM-200 Collaborative Team Skills

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COM201 COM201 Organizational Survival

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COM202 COM202 Recncl Conflic&Divers Thru Com

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COM203 COM203 The Power of Storytelling

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COM204 COM204 Becoming Servant Leaders

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COM-205 Group Comm & Facilitation

Students study and practice communication in small discussion and task groups. Topics include leadership and facilitation of groups as well as group dynamics. Group activities include problem solving discussions and task completion. Course units include goal setting, cohesion and norms, power, leadership, decision-making and problem solving, conflict and facilitating task and interpersonal relations in face-to-face groups. (Prerequisite: COM103)

COM206 COM206 Collab Comm in Workplace

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COM207 COM207 Public Speak for Professionals

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COM-208 Presentation Skill/Power Point

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COM-209 Position Paper Writing

This course helps students discover that saying what they think in written form need not be the formidable task they sometimes imagine it to be. This course introduces students to a step-by-step writing process that takes a subject they already know about and turns it into a polished product that is original, informative, substantive, and provocative enough to convince readers of its value.

COM-210 Exploring Communication Styles

This course explores communication style differences and examines models of understanding and strategies for dealing with those differences in greater depth. Cultural communication styles such as direct/indirect, elaborate/succinct, high context/low context, speaker-centered vs. listener-centered, and personal/contextual will be explained, analyzed, applied, and evaluated.

COM-212 Public Speaking & Performance

Students prepare and deliver various types of public performances including speeches and oral interpretation. The evaluation and criticism of speeches is studied. Videotape helps students adjust to their performance style and improve presentation delivery. Course units include speech construction, presentation and delivery, audience and text analysis, informative, persuasive and special occasion speeches as well as visual aid construction. (COM212 is one of the two choices for the communication

COM-221 Laptop Video Practicum

This course is for the student who wants to learn the most basic video production skills using their laptop webcam and free editing software. Students will produce several short group projects. Video production projects develop the skills of video recording, editing, and titling. This class meets with students enrolled in COM222.

COM-222 Mass Communication

Students study and learn to critically appraise various media by exploring the weaknesses and strengths of each. The content of the course includes history of the traditional mass media as well as an exploration of contemporary social media, advertising, public relations, media law and regulation, media ethics, and social responsibility. Video projects develop basic skills of digital image gathering, editing, and distribution. (Prerequisite: COM103 or COM212)

COM-223 Broadcast Production

Students are familiarized with equipment within the television studio and field production truck. Through hands-on training and simulations students gain a full understanding of how the various components of the control room work together to produce studio and remote productions. Students will crew studio shows and several athletic webcasts as part of the hands-on training. Athletic webcasts require some evening and weekend commitments. Each student will draft a plan for a studio or remote

COM-224 Intro to Video Production

This course will introduce students to the fundamentals of video production. They will learn the basic uses of production equipment, both recording and editing, and will apply that knowledge to their own hands-on projects. Production theory will be studied both as it applies to their own projects and to classic and contemporary media examples.

COM-225 Relationship Communication

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COM226 COM226 Psych of Cultural Identities

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COM227 COM227 Feature Films and Faith

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COM-228 Public Speak: Overcome Fear

This course is intended to help students overcome a fear of public speaking. Please understand that while this course can get you started, it is not expected that upon completion of the course you will be able to present without any fear. It is expected, however, that you will have a better understanding of the problem and how to deal with it.

COM229 COM229 Speak Truth to Power

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COM-230 The Role of Psychology

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COM-309 Intercultural Communication

Students explore the principles and processes of communication between cultures. Course topics include intercultural communication models, the impact of different cultural patterns on the communication process, the anthropological concept world view and its impact on intercultural communication, detection of communication problems in intercultural situations, gender and diversity issues in intercultural communication, and constructing valid strategies for communicating interculturally.

COM-322 History of Film & Television

Students study film and television as it has developed throughout the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries. Screenings of classic films and television are complimented by class analysis and discussion of how the moving image has changed over time. This is not a production course, as students will focus instead on understanding film theory and aesthetics.

COM-323 TV Producer Practicum

Students in this course are responsible for producing original programming for the campus cable channel. Responsibilities include overseeing all production aspects of a show as well as assigning roles to and managing other students during shoots. Students are encouraged to develop projects of personal interest. May be repeated for up to 6 credits.

COM-324 Intermediate Video Post Produc

This course is designed to give students intermediate to advanced experience in Adobe Premiere Pro as well as basic experience in Adobe After Effects and Adobe Encore DVD. Students are responsible for shooting and editing several projects over the course of the semester.

COM-325 Social Media & Public Relation

Students develop an understanding of the theory and strategic management of social media especially in the public relations context. By analyzing history, tactics and current trends, students learn how the public relations process and the goal of relationship building with various stakeholders is impacted by various social media applications. Students also become acquainted with social media tactics in various professional settings. (Prerequisites: COM102, COM212, COM222)

COM326 COM326 History of Film & Television

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COM-327 Television News Gathering

This course is designed to give students both theory and hands-on experience in television news gathering. Students will learn the theories and means of putting a news program together and put that experience to use by taping and airing a news program for the campus cable channel on a weekly basis.

COM328 COM328 Performing for the Camera

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COM343 COM343 Film Criticism

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COM362 COM362 Interviewing

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COM-363 Interview for the Professional

Students study and practice conducting interviews in professional activities such as: diagnostic interviews (as related to sexual harassment), discipline and termination interviews, performance appraisals, and focus groups. The interviewing skills used to develop those activities include preparing and developing a guide, questioning, probing, listening, recording, and concluding the interview. (Prerequisite: COM 103 or COM 212)

COM-364 The Job Interview

Students study and practice interviewing skills as interviewee and interviewer in the job selection process. Interviewee skills will focus on resum� writing and building, informational interviewing, interview preparation, verbal and nonverbal responses to questions, and assessing one's fit in an organizational culture. Interviewer skills will focus on creating a job interview guide, legal and illegal questions, nonverbal variables, and professionalism. (Prerequisite: COM 103 or COM 212)

COM-403 Family Communication

Students examine communication patterns in functional families and interpersonal relationships. Reading and discussion are combined with experiential activities. Course units include diverse family systems, health communication, communicating with aging family members and those with disabilities, communication patterns, family roles, power, decision-making, conflict, stress and coping, ecology, and improving family communication. (Prerequisites: COM103 and COM212)

COM-404 Conflict Management

This course offers a broad overview of the study of conflict from a communication perspective. It introduces students to current theoretical and applied issues in the study of conflict management using social science theories to help explain the process of interacting with others. Specifically, the course examines the nature, causes, and techniques for managing conflict across a wide variety of situations including societal clashes, psychological turmoil, group decision-making, intimate

COM-409 Intercultural Comm Seminar

Students study and explore special topics in intercultural communication in this advanced seminar course. Students apply intercultural communication concepts, theories, and models to various contexts, including educational, political, social, and religious institutions. The seminar format allows students opportunities to discuss ideas in depth and to cater projects and papers to individual areas of special interest. (Prerequisite: COM309 or consent of instructor)

COM422 COM422 Topics in Film and Video

This course offers students an opportunity to study film from a variety of perspectives and approaches. Topics will vary from term to term. May be repeated.

COM423 COM423 Adv. Television Prod Pract.

Students in this course are responsible for producting original programming for the campus cable channel. Responsibilities include overseeing all production aspects of a show as well as assigning roles to and managing other students during shoots. Students are encouraged to develop projects of personal interest. May be repeated for up to 6 credits.

COM424 COM424 Video Production Capstone

Students will produce a full-length capstone project on a topic/genre of their choice. Students will develop a pre-production plan, implement it in the production phase, and edit it in post-production. Projects will be screened to the campus community.

COM-441 Communication Research Methods

Basic quantitative and qualitative approaches and methods are applied to communication studies. The course includes question construction, survey research and design, experimental design, quantitative content analysis and comparisons, and qualitative analysis of participant observation, interviewing and focus group methodology. Critical studies and approaches in the field of communication will be discussed. This course is a prerequisite for COM442 because it implements the research proposal.

COM-442 Communication Theory

Students study and apply theories to human communication including interpersonal and public communication, small groups, mediated communication, persuasion, gender studies, as well as work, friend, and marital relationships. Perspectives on and methods of critical inquiry and research are an integral part of the course content. Research projects are presented to the rest of the class as well as submitted to professional organizations for review. COM442 implements the research proposal developed

COM-443 Persuasive Communication

Students study and apply persuasive communication theories to the study and analysis of communication events including speeches, posters, films, campaigns, television programs, advertising, social media and other forms of public communication. Students examine the ways in which beliefs, values, attitudes, and behavior are deliberately affected through various forms of human and electronic communication. The major project is an application of theory and research. Research projects may be

COM-444 Communication Research Methods

Basic quantitative approaches and methods are applied to communication studies. The course includes research question construction, survey research, SPSS, and quantitative comparisons.

COM-445 Communication Ethics

This course will engage students in dialogue regarding communication ethics and inherent ethical dilemmas. Students will gain awareness about their own ethical philosophy and their ethical decision making processes. A connection will be made between communication theory, communication philosophies, current events, and personal experiences. It should prove to be an interesting, thought-provoking course. (Prerequisite: COM 103 or COM 212)

COM-470 eHealth Communication

This course provides an overview of the field of Health Communication through the development of an online healthy lifestyles intervention for college students. Students will create portfolio-quality materials while also exploring the relationship between online social communities and health behavior, communication between patients and caregivers, social and cultural health issues, the media's influence on health, and explore career opportunities in health communication.

COM-478 Organizational Communication

Students examine theories of communication systems, processes and assumptions in organization structures. Topics include roles, relationships and responsibilities of individuals within organizations as well as skills in and applications of organizational communication, including communication audits. Interviewing skills in the various demands of organizations will be examined and practiced. Values and ethical communication behaviors are explored through a variety of activities including case

COM-488 Communication Independt Study

Independent study offers the opportunity to pursue advanced study in communication. Independent study is open only to students with substantial preparatory course work in communication. It is not intended to be taken in the place of a regularly offered course. (Prerequisite: permission of communication faculty)

COM-490 Senior Seminar

Students finalize their capstone research project in this culminating experience in the discipline. Students will be expected to prepare their research projects for dissemination to professional organizations for review, presentation, or publication. (Prerequisite: Permission of instructor, Senior Standing)

COM-498 Communication Internship

Students participate in a variety of internship programs in such experiences as editing, publishing, broadcasting, television, human resources, and public relations under the supervision of Communication faculty. Internships are tailored to the needs, interests, and career aspirations of the student. Portfolios, learning logs, and meetings with the internship faculty supervisor are required for all internships. (Prerequisites: COM103, COM205, COM212, COM222, COM325, ENG120 and permission of

COM-500 Strategic Communication Mgmt Available online

This course is designed to increase one's understanding of strategic communication management, as well as increase knowledge of the theory, research, and practice of organizational communication. This course explores contemporary organizations and the pervasiveness of communication in all aspects of organizational life. It emphasizes problem solving, decision-making, innovation, and customer service from a communication perspective. Professionals work together in class to develop solutions.

COM-510 Persuasive Communication Available online

This course is designed to provide professionals with an understanding of the principles and practices of persuasion, advocacy, and social marketing. Learners explore theories of persuasion that guide the preparation of ethical messages intended to gain compliance, increase advocacy, and change attitudes and behavior. Professionals research and learn key concepts and conceptual frameworks in social marketing such as how to segment, reach target audiences, and influence others in a socially

COM-520 Media Strategies Available online

This course presents a structured approach to understanding and managing internal and external communication processes. Topics addressed include media relations; research and creation of strategic public relations media plans audience analysis, and media characteristics; media and marketing decisions; managing marking and emerging communication technology functions and budgets. Special attention is given to the role of new media, as well as providing professionals with the knowledge and

COM-530 Interactive Media Mgmt Available online

This course explains how emerging communication technologies affect interpersonal and organizational communication. Students will work with different types of interactive media, while also researching and discussing issues related to cyberspace, virtual communities, collaborative teams, business in global networks, search engine optimization, search engine marketing, digital brand integration, Web analytics, blogs and podcasts, and wireless marketing.

COM-540 Communication Inquiry & Meas Available online

This course provides an overview of the application and interpretation of data in communications management. Topics include: audience rating, research survey design and implementation, analysis of programs and campaigns, introduction to online analytics programs, formative evaluation, measuring integrated marketing communication, and secondary data sources.

COM-545 Interactive Project Management Available online

This course provides students the ability to demonstrate their knowledge of strategic communication management by developing a cross-platform interactive social media marketing project on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Foursquare, LinkedIn and/or project website. Students will learn and apply social strategy through development of project tracking systems including site-appropriate monitoring metrics such as Facebook Insights, Google Analytics and Seesmic. Students will work independently

COM-550 Comm Strat for Conflict Mgmt Available online

This course provides an overview of the nature and functions of communication in human conflict. Professionals develop communication skills, such as listening and collaboration which are necessary for managing conflict productively in interpersonal, organizational and intercultural contexts. Professionals will gain an understanding of patterns, research and processes associated with conflict management styles and civility. This couse will also address how language, perception, gender

COM-560 Intercultural Communication Available online

This course provides an overview of the major concepts, research, theories, and models of intercultural communication, with an emphasis on using these ideas in applied contexts. Important topics addressed in this course include: worldviews, communication styles, skills development in intercultural arenas, societal influences on stereotyping, ethnocentrism and racism, cultural value orientations, nonverbal dimensions of communication, language interaction, gender communication, intracultural

COM-570 Leadership Communication Available online

This course emphasizes the communication processes of leadership with particular focus on assessing and researching leadership skills, strategic organizational planning, decision making, problem solving, mentoring employees, collaborative team management skills, cultivating a supportive work environment, change management, facilitation and meeting management skills, presentation skills, and interviewing skills.

COM-580 Innovative Communication Available online

Innovation is essential in organizations in the new millennium. Innovation can be learned, organized, and executed by professionals in organizations. This course researches the fundamentals of innovation, and looks at how innovation can create the future in organizations. Innovation and futurism are addressed from a strategic communication management context.

COM-590 Crisis Communication Mgmt Available online

This course addresses the basic elements of crisis communication, procedures for developing a crisis communication plan, and strategies for reacting to crises when they occur. Professionals are trained to deal with the media in less-than-optimal situations, learn how to develop plans for different critical audiences, and research the most effective strategies for communicating the organizational message during a crisis. The course examines various types of crises that can occur in organizations.

COM600 COM600 Collaborative Team Skills

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COM601 COM601 Organizational Survival

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COM602 COM602 Recncl Conflic&Divers Thru Com

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COM603 COM603 Power of Storytelling

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COM604 COM604 Becoming Servant Leaders

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COM-610 Corp Resp & Ethical Comm Available online

This course provides professionals with a clear understanding of the ethical theories and moral philosophies that relate to ethical decision making in a variety of communication contexts including: organizational, mediated, mass media, and interpersonal communication. The course will examine the components and hindrances of good ethical decision-making in communication. Professionals will learn how to think critically, gain sensitivity in using appropriate language, express their reasoning

COM625 COM625 Couples Communication

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COM626 COM626 Psych of Cultural Identities

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COM629 COM629 Speak Truth to Power

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COM630 COM630 The Role of Psychology

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COM-695 Capstone

The capstone experience provides the professional with an opportunity to review and to use the skills acquired in the strategic communication management program. Two options are available: An applied thesis project and a comprehensive Electronic Portfolio. In both options students work one-on-one with their capstone director on applying skills and concepts. Research, analysis, strategic thinking, message shaping, and evaluation skills come together in the capstone. Students will receive

CSC100 CSC100 Using MS Word/Prof Papers

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CSC-105 Computers for Beginner Users

This course is for those with little or no experience with computers. It begins with an introduction to computers and their terminology, followed by a discussion on Microsoft Windows XP and the use of Microsoft Office 2002 application software. The course will wrap up with a brief discussion on using email and surfing the Internet.

CSC10X CSC10X Computers for the Begin User

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CSC-120 Web site Design & Dev 1

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CSC-125 Web site Design & Dev 2

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CSC130 CSC130 Web site Design & Dev 3

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CSC-150 Computers for Intermed Users

This course is designed to build upon basic computer skills. A basic introductory knowledge of computers is expected. Students enhance their use of Microsoft Office applications through various assignments and labs.

CSC15X CSC15X Computrs for the Intermed User

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CSC20X CSC20X Internet Skills I:Beynd Basics

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CSC-210 Microsoft Excel Core

Through Microsoft Excel, students will be led through an exploration of a powerful spreadsheet program. After a review of the basic commands and functionality, students will be challenged to manipulate specific data for informative reporting that is visually, accurately and dynamically representative of the learning objective. To accomplish this task advanced formulas, search strategies, and data analysis tools will be incorporated into learning projects including mastery of Pivot Tables and

CSC-230 Database Design

Utilize a database tool to create a prototype for output that meets real-life business outcomes. Learn the fundamentals of database design including the relational model, SQL, and data warehousing. Practice working individually and in teams to learn the normalization process, minimizing opportunities for redundant, inaccurate data. Other topics include design implications for speeding data access (e.g. de-normalization), and the emergence of unstructured data systems.

CSC24X CSC24X Technology and Society

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CSC25X CSC25X Technology and Society

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CSC260 CSC260 Microsoft Access

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CSC26X CSC26X Intro to Microsoft Access

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CSC-270 Microsoft Outlook 2007:Level 1

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CSC271 CSC271 Microsoft Outlook 2007: Level2

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CSC275 CSC275 Windows XP Prof: Level 1

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CSC276 CSC276 Windows XP Prof: Level 2

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CSC-280 Microsoft Word 2007: Level 1

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CSC-281 Microsoft Word 2007: Level 2

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CSC-282 Microsoft Word 2003: Level 3

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CSC-285 Microsoft Excel 2007: Level 1

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CSC286 CSC286 Microsoft Excel 2007:Level 2

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CSC28X CSC28X Internet Skills II:Advanced

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CSC-290 Microsoft Access 2007: Level 1

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CSC-291 Microsoft Access 2007: Level 2

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CSC292 CSC292 Microsoft Access 2002 XP: 3

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CSC293 CSC293 Microsoft Excel 2002 XP: 3

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CSC-294 Powerpoint 2007: Level 1

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CSC-295 Powerpoint 2007: Level 2

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CSC-300 Computers for Advanced Users

This course explores features for word processing, spreadsheets, database management, and presentation graphics software programs that increase problem-solving skills and creativity for professional use.

CSC-301 Programming & Problem Solving

This course emphasizes structured programming and problem solving techniques as implemented in a high level language. Topics include input and output procedures, control structures and boolean expressions, functions and procedures with parameters, recursion, looping techniques and data structures. (Prerequisite: MAT125 or equivalent)

CSC30X CSC30X Computers for the Adv User

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CVM-101 Old Testament-preDelto

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CVM-130 Christian Doctrine I-preDelto

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CVM-131 Christian Doctrine II-preDelto

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CVM-151 Teaching the Faith-preDelto

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CVM-160 Worship Ldrshp Trng-preDelto

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CVM-161 Intro Christian Outreach-preDe

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CVM200 CVM200 Special Topics*

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CVM-201 New Testament-preDelto

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CVM210 CVM210 Peer Ministry

Peer Ministry integrates the act of caring and serving others with a Christian belief and values system. This course equips people of all ages with skills, faith, and values to be a caring friend. Participants will be trained to facilitate youth and adults to serve as peer ministers in congregations and community organizations. Participants will learns to express care and support within diverse communities and will learn to practice communication skills, facilitate small groups, and learn the

CVM-220 Outreach Leadership Institute

The Outreach Leadership Institute (OLI) is a course designed within the context of a 2-day training event to better equip individuals involved in or responsible for evangelism and outreach at the congregational level. OLI will help congregations re-kindle their vision for sharing the Gospel and equip them with the requisite skills and theories. It is intended to benefit teachers, administrators, Directors of Christian Education, Directors of Christian Outreach, Directors of Parish Music, lay

CVM230 CVM230 Exploring Vocation and Calling

This course will serve as an opportunity for participants to explore life directions and purpose. Participants will identify personal gifts and talents, explore personal mission and gain skill in the development and maintenance of a life plan. Emphasis will be placed upon development as a self-directed learner capable of life plan management while looking for the right major or career choice.

CVM-240 Church History-preDelto

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CVM-250 Intro. Pastoral Min. & Portfol

This course, required for all pre-Pastoral [and pre-Deaconess] students, should be taken after achieving 32 semester hours. The course will include activities and assignments to assist students in the exploration of their journey to becoming a pastor [or deaconess], their understanding of ministry and their development of a professional portfolio. Participants will draft elements of the portfolio required for pre-pastoral [or pre-deaconess] program exit interviews.

CVM-262 Parish Ldrshp, Ser., Adm. prDe

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CVM-270 Introduction to the City I

This class is the first part of a two semester sequence designed to give students an understanding of life in the urban setting. This course develops an understanding of the dynamics of the urban area. Opportunities are also available in this course for the Christian to explore what it means to be a child of God in the urban setting. The course is cross-cultural and cross-disciplinary.

CVM-275 Introduction to the City II

This class is the second part of a two semester sequence designed to give students an understanding of the life in the urban setting. This semester focuses upon world religions, grant writing, and challenges of the city. The course is cross-cultural and cross-disciplinary.

CVM366 CVM366 Intro. to Word and Service Min

Through class discussion, readings, presentations and involvement with field-based professionals, students grow in understanding of the purpose and function of Ministers of Word and Service as Directors of Christian Education and Directors of Christian Outreach. Empahsis is placed upon Scriptural, historical, social and educational foundations of Minister of Religion-Commissioned and on the development of a philosophy of ministry, personal mission statement, and professional ethics. The

CVM-368 Urban Ministry Practicum

Participants will experience service in an urban environment, learning about the community and becoming involved in direct service. The participant, instructor and site director will jointly design this experience.. Readings will focus upon the unique urban culture.

CVM369 CVM369 Outdoor Ministry Practicum

The practicum experience takes place in a Lutheran camp for those who have been selected and hired as counselors for the summer camp setting. In addition to the on-site training, support and guidance is provided through a university instructor. (Pre-requisite: Hired on the summer counseling staff of a Lutheran camp.)

CVM370 CVM370 Word & Serv. Min. Field Wrk I

Participants will have opportunity to work in a local congregation under the supervision of a parish professional. A inimum of five hours of service in addition to one (seminar) per week is required. (Pre-requisite:DCE-Enrollment in PEA 366, concurrent; DCO/Concurrent enrollment CVM 366.

CVM372 CVM372 Word & Ser. Min. Field Work II

Participants will have opportunity to work in a local congregation under the supervision of a parish professional. A minimum of five hours of service in addition to one (seminar) per week is required.

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