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Science and Health Education Methods
This course assists students in the development of a Christian perspective as they study the content, methods, and strategies for teaching the various branches of science and health. Unit and lesson planning, laboratory activities, evaluation strategies, and learning centers will be part of their teaching experience. (3 semester hours) Class Code: EDE 389

Secondary Music Methods
Introduces the teacher candidate to the literature, methods, and materials used in teaching music on the secondary level. The methodology of Orff, Kodally, Gordon, and Dalcroze will be taught as appropriate for secondary level of music instruction. (2 semester hours) Class Code: MUS 325

Seminar in Theology
For seniors only, an individual research project on a selected biblical doctrine. The course requires extensive research and writing. Prerequisites: BTH 341, BTH 342 (3 semester hours) Class Code: BTH 490

Service Playing
This course is a study of hymn and evangelistic style method of playing as well as the art of accompanying. ( 2 semester hours) Class Code: MUS 362

Social Study Methods
Students learn the disciplinary foundations, the value of descriptive, prescriptive, and procedural teaching. The roles of citizenship and cultural education are explored. (3 semester hours) Class Code: EDE 392

Story Telling
This course assists students in the art of telling stories effectively, Story adaptation, styles, props, illustrations, and presentation will be explored. (3 semester hours) Class Code: CHM 234

String and Woodwind Instrumental Methods
This course is intended to develop fundamental skills, proper care, and maintenance in String and Woodwind instruments. Methods and materials will be surveyed for their use in churches, elementary and secondary Christian schools. (2 semester hours) Class Code: MUS 422

Supervised Student Teaching
The student observes and participates in teaching. An off-campus assignment under an experienced teacher in an approved school. (Prerequisite: Completion of Christian Service Requirements.) (6 semester hours) Class Code: EDE 490

Systematic Theology I
An intensive examination of Christian theol- ogy. In this course the student will be engaged in a study of topics such as divine revelation, various systems of religious beliefs, and the na- ture of God. Prerequisites: BTH 215; BTH 236 (3 semester hours) Class Code: BTH 341

Systematic Theology II
An in-depth study of cardinal Christian doctrines. The student will examine the doctrines of Christology, pneumatology, the Trinity, anthropology, hamartiology, and theories of the atonement. Prerequisites: BTH 215; BTH 236 (3 semester hours) Class Code: BTH 342