Humanities Online Courses

Credits: 2

Description: Analysis of data using descriptive and basic inferential statistics, frequency distribution, measures of central tendency, sampling, distribution, levels of significance in hypothesis testing, correlation, t-tests, one way analysis of variance, simple linear regression, and chi-square. 

Format(s) Available: Interactive Online.
Cost: $1,185 (additional costs for books and fees)
Tech Requirements: Latest version of Chrome or Mozilla browser.  Check computer requirements.

Credits: 2

Description: Background and experience in understanding quantitative and qualitative research designs as they relate to the student’s Focus area. Topics include the research process, defining variables, formulating and stating the problem, planning and designing the research, conducting literature review, instrumentation, data collection procedures, researchers ethical and legal responsibilities and basic data analysis. Students are expected to develop a research proposal.

Prerequisite(s) or Corequisite(s): IDAS613
Format(s) Available: Lecture, Lab, Interactive Online.
Cost: $1,185 (additional costs for books and fees)
Tech Requirements: Latest version of Chrome or Mozilla browser.  Check computer requirements.

Credits: 3

Description: An in-depth exploration of theoretical perspectives, approaches, and issues within the field of Communication.

Format(s) Available: Lecture, Interactive Online.
Cost: $1,185 (additional costs for books and fees)
Tech Requirements: Latest version of Chrome or Mozilla browser.  Check computer requirements.

Credits: 3

Description: Consideration of foundational research principles and methodologies with emphasis on quantitative approaches to research. 

Format(s) Available: Lecture, Interactive Online.
Cost: $1,185 (additional costs for books and fees)
Tech Requirements: Latest version of Chrome or Mozilla browser.  Check computer requirements

Credits: 3

Description: This course involves a critical examination of a Seventh-day Adventist biblical worldview, the development of a personal worldview, and an exploration of ethical implications and applications on communication decision making and practices.

Format(s) Available: Lecture, Interactive Online
Cost: $1,185 (additional costs for books and fees)
Tech Requirements: Latest version of Chrome or Mozilla browser.  Check computer requirements.

Credits: 2

Description: Understanding communication during crisis conditions. Planning, preventing and anticipating Public Relations emergencies. Preparing a crisis communication’s plan including internal and external consulting factors. Implementing Public Relations activities including understanding and handling the media and the press, explaining technical information, communicating about risks and responding to warnings. Notification priorities and protocols. Developing information centers and methods and tools for disseminating information during emergencies. 

Format(s) Available: Lecture, Interactive Online.
Cost: $1,185 (additional costs for books and fees)
Tech Requirements: Latest version of Chrome or Mozilla browser.  Check computer requirements.

Credits: 2,3

Description: Examination of intercultural communication issues with specific applications to student’s chosen fields of inquiry or employment. Students explore critical issues influencing the effectiveness of their interaction with individuals from varied cultures in specific organizational and societal contexts.

Format(s) Available: Lecture, Interactive Online
Cost: $1,185 (additional costs for books and fees)
Tech Requirements: Latest version of Chrome or Mozilla browser.  Check computer requirements.

Credits: 1-3

Description: Study of selected communication topics of current significance. Topics to be announced in advance.

Format(s) Available:  Lecture, Blended Learning, Interactive Online
Cost: $1,185 (additional costs for books and fees)
Tech Requirements: Latest version of Chrome or Mozilla browser.  Check computer requirements.

Credits: 2, 3

Description: Projects, reports, and discussions. Seminars are offered in various subjects such as Conflict Management, Prejudice Communication and Forgiveness, Religious Journalism, Contextualized Communication, Communication Paradigms, and Teambuilding. Topic announced in advance.

Format(s) Available: Blended Learning, Seminar, Interactive Online
Cost: $1,185 (additional costs for books and fees)
Tech Requirements: Latest version of Chrome or Mozilla browser.  Check computer requirements.

Credits: 2, 3

Description: This course focuses on leadership from a communication standpoint. It explores what leadership communication is, focuses on mastery of key leadership communication skills, and requires the student to develop an individualized, real-life application of leadership communication within his/her work, school, or community environment. The course will include a perusal of organizational communication, communication theories, Biblical perspectives on leadership communication, and global leadership communication issues.

Format(s) Available: Lecture, Interactive online
Cost: $1,185 (additional costs for books and fees)
Tech Requirements: Latest version of Chrome or Mozilla browser.  Check computer requirements.

Credits: 2, 3

Description: Case studies of court decisions affecting the mass media in the United States and the place of the ethical journalist in society. Consideration of the development of freedom, censorship, libel, privacy, obscenity laws, and the relationship between the press and the courts and freedom of information, and broadcast regulation.

Format(s) Available: Lecture, Interactive Online
Cost: $1,185 (additional costs for books and fees)
Tech Requirements: Latest version of Chrome or Mozilla browser.  Check computer requirements.

Credits: 2, 3

Description: Understanding communication during crisis conditions. Planning, preventing and anticipating Public Relations emergencies. Preparing a crisis communication’s plan including internal and external consulting factors. Implementing Public Relations activities including understanding and handling the media and the press, explaining technical information, communicating about risks and responding to warnings. Notification priorities and protocols. Developing information centers and methods and tools for disseminating information during emergencies. 

Format(s) Available: Lecture, Interactive Online
Cost: $1,185 (additional costs for books and fees)
Tech Requirements: Latest version of Chrome or Mozilla browser.  Check computer requirements.

Credits: 3

Description: Study of current theories of and research in language acquisition and the implications of this scholarship for language teachers and teaching.

Prerequisite(s): ENGL 115 or ENGL 117, ENGL 215 and ENGL 460 or permission of instructor.
Format(s) Available: Lecture, Interactive Online
Cost: $1,185 (additional costs for books and fees)
Tech Requirements: Latest version of Chrome or Mozilla browser.  Check computer requirements.