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(VARIOUS INSTRUCTORS) The content of the proposal includes the methodology and content of each chapter, including a thorough review of the literature that either supports or refutes the applied dissertation topic. Once approval is received from the dissertation advisor and Program Chair the...

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There are two basic approaches to interpreting the Bible, one that asks us to think in terms of what the text means to us in our time.  This approach asks us how we can apply the teachings of the text to our daily lives and practices.  The other interpretive approach asks us to think in terms of...

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Semester: Weekly on Sundays. This course can be taken for college credit.

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This course focuses on the laws and policies that affect all children in k-12 education. Students will be expected to analyze those laws and policies that impact their particular educational situation and assess compliance to best serve all children. ( Pk – 12 track)...

Semester: Online Fall Semester B: October 24 to December 18

Little kids (& not-so-little kids!) ask big questions that relate to God, faith, & the universe. This course - which will be taught from a pluralistic Jewish perspective - won't give you generic answers to recite to your students about what Jews believe. Instead, it will prepare you to...

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Our digital world is evolving at an extraordinary speed. What’s the newest app of choice? How are tweens and teens connecting online? How do we keep up and support them when things go wrong? How do we help tweens and teens positively harness the power of social media to do good? What...

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Semester: Course begins February 20, 2018 and will be four weeks long.

This college credit course is asynchronous, meaning that you can log into the class at any time(s) you want in a given week.

Tuition:  $995 – 3 college credits

This course will focus on the theory and practice of student affairs in higher education today, with an emphasis on academic advising, athletics, student life and safety, health and well-being, and the creation and support of living communities. The legal ramifications of all aspects of student...

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Semester: Spring Online Semester A: January 2- February 26

Successful interfaith dialogue does not happen automatically, nor does it happen overnight. This course will explore the best practices for successful interfaith dialogue and what common pitfalls to avoid in leading an interfaith dialogue. Students will be provided with many useful and...

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Semester: Online Fall Semester A: August 22 to October 23

It is hard to know when crisis will strike your families, students or communities but it is important to be prepared for when (not if) it happens.  In this course you will gain the important knowledge and practical tools that will equip you to deal with a variety of scenarios - from...

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There are times in everyone’s life when we are called on to stand up for what we believe in.  Over the past few months, many of us have been brought to the point of feeling that we need to take a stand.  In this course, we will explore the many instances in history when members of our...

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Semester: Weekly on Sundays

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