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 introduces Christian apologetics, that is, the giving of well-reasoned and faithful responses to challenges and criticisms raised against the Christian faith (1 Peter 3:15). Common objections to the claims of historical Christianity, such as the problem of evil and the reliability of Scripture, are considered. Various approaches to apologetics are explored. The course helps to equip learners to more effectively serve as ambassadors of Jesus Christ within a radically skeptical, post-modern cultural context.

This course is intended to serve those students who seek to improve the knowledge, skills, and strategies to find and critically evaluate information and then organize the results of their research and communicate them in writing.

This course surveys human diversity in terms of race, ethnicity, gender, and social class in contemporary American culture. The effects of oppression and prejudice will be explored on individuals and groups, as well as evaluating the consequences of social policy aimed at alleviating discrimination. Implications for the practice of human services will be discussed.

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.

This course introduces principles of earth and space science with a purposefully Christian perspective. Earth and space sciences include the detailed study of Earth’s materials, hydrologic systems, and tectonic systems, as well as an understanding of the other planets in our solar system. Underlying this course will be the examination of God’s hand in this orderly creation and His continued involvement in it.