Humanities Course Description(s)

HUMN1015 Cornerstone (3)

This course is intended to help adult students develop a life-long passion for learning and prepare them for a successful college experience. In this course students will have opportunity to grow in the areas of grammar, writing, and reading skills through the use of tests related to these disciplines. Students will develop critical thinking skills by reviewing a variety of documents, analyzing their commonalities and connectedness. They will be introduced to the four University Values, and develop skills necessary for success. This course is to be successfully completed in the first year of enrollment and preferably in the first semester.

HUMN1050 Introduction to Online Learning (1)

A course designed to help students learn the skills necessary for successful completion of online college-level work. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the demands of online learning, utilizing the university's learning management system, and development of strategies to effectively engage with the instructor and peers online.

HUMN4015 Capstone (1)

This course is intended to help students reflect on their undergraduate experience and plan for the future. Students will reflect on what they have learned by reviewing portfolio materials they have collected, habits of mind they have acquired through study of the disciplines, and the development of their ideas about the four University outcomes. Using the education they have acquired, they will begin planning ways to provide effective service and leadership in their families, churches, community, and work.