Course provides an introduction to Geneva College, its history and mission, as well as the commitment of the online programs to robust faith integration within its curricula. Includes the development of proper attribution and academic writing skills, as well as personal and professional proficiencies required for success in Geneva’s online programs.

This course is designed to equip adult learners with strategies for success in college and in life-long learning, emphasizing personal responsibility. With a specific focus toward success in online learning, this course covers foundational ideas about faith, learning, and a biblical worldview; Geneva’s available resources and services; goal-setting; time management and organization; writing basics; reading strategies; APA style; and adult learning theories.

This course explores the primary works of wisdom literature in the Old Testament (Job, Proverbs, and Ecclesiastes) along with related materials elsewhere in the Bible. In doing so, the course maintains a focus on Jesus Christ, “in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge” (Col. 2:3 ESV).

This course is an introduction to the major types of nutrients needed by humans, their utilization by the body, the consequences of their deficiencies, and their sources. Nutritional principles are applied throughout the lifecycle.

Development and behavior from conception through puberty and the subsequent attainment of maturity, including genetic influences, developmental processes, and psychological processes related to physical, linguistic, social, intellectual, emotional, and personal development.

This course will explore both the theological underpinnings of evangelism as well as the various methods for doing evangelism with a view toward students becoming more articulate in sharing their own faith and becoming better equipped to give leadership to an evangelistic effort in their communities.

This is a foundational course. Myers defines psychology as a scientific study of behavior and mental processes. This study includes an exploration of how these processes are affected by the physical state, mental state, and external environment of an organism. Introduction to Psychology material applies not only to future courses in psychology, but also to sociology, education, business, biology, and other academic areas. Allow the course to challenge the way you understand others, yourself, your relationships, and your overall environment.

Abnormal Psychology is a foundational course. Textbook authors Barlow and Durand (2015) define psychopathology as the scientific study of psychological disorders. Until several years ago, the science of psychopathology had examined the separate effects of psychological, biological, and social influences. Recent advances in science confirm that the integrative approach to understanding psychological disorders is most effective. The approach of this course reflects the current state of our clinical sciences and enhances the learning process. Allow this course to challenge the way you conclude that a behavior is either normal or abnormal.