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Biblical Hebrew provides an introductory experience in the language of the Bible for students who can decode (phonetically read) Hebrew.  The course focuses on the fundamentals of biblical Hebrew's grammatical structures and constructs, including its elaborate root word system and its rich...

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Semester: Online Traditional Semester with live webinar sessions on Wednesday evenings, 8:00-9:30pm EST ( August 22 to December 18)

Biblical Hebrew II Online picks up where Biblical Hebrew I leaves off.   Students will complete Volume 1 of the textbook, Biblical Hebrew Step by Step, with its focus on the fundamentals of biblical Hebrew's grammatical structures, and constructs root word system and vocabulary.  They will then...

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Semester: Traditional 15 weeks- January 2 – April 16

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For doctoral students conducting research for their capstone projects (non-credit)

The capstone project is a vehicle for a student to conduct significant and rigorous research that will add meaningful content to existing knowledge and foster growth in the field. (non-credit)

In this culminating project for the program, students will apply the research skills they have learned throughout the program in conjunction with the leadership and management knowledge they have garnered to complete a research project of their choosing. Students will collect data (quantitative...

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Semester: Online Spring Traditional Semester: January 2 to April 30

The Polish-Jewish scholar Raphael Lemkin coined the term "genocide" in 1944. This class will explore the meaning of this term and specific instances of genocides throughout history in an effort to understand how and why genocides occur. Our focal point is the Holocaust, the...

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Semester: Spring 2019A: January 2 – February 26, 2019

This number is to be used for student who is completing 2nd Education comprehensive exam. (non-credit)

This number to be used for the History & Philosophy comprehensive exam. (non-credit)

The concept paper focuses on formulating the research questions and writing the concept paper. Once the dissertation advisor is satisfied with the results, the concept paper will be sent to the Program Chair for approval. This approval must be obtained before work may...

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Semester: 8 weeks, Fall A, August 22 to October 23 OR Fall B October 24 to December 18

(VARIOUS INSTRUCTORS) The concept paper focuses on formulating the research questions and writing the concept paper. Once the dissertation advisor is satisfied with the results, the concept paper will be sent to the Program Chair for approval. This approval must be obtained before work may be...

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