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SC 601 Introduction to Graduate Science Research (3) Offered Spring, Summer even, Online. This course is designed to aid students in research and creating bibliographic entries. Students learn how to use the library systems.

SC 620 Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry (3) Offered Summer odd. Competency: Chemistry. Students focus their studies on the characteristics of the elements that are included most frequently in high school chemistry with an emphasis on understanding the orderliness of God’s creation that can be used to predict traits of elements.

SC 630 Energy Systems and Modern Physics (3) Offered Summer even. Competency: Physics. Students increase their knowledge in electricity, magnetism, and relativity in preparation to teach these abstract topics on a high school level.

SC 640 Meteorology, Astronomy, and Geology (3) Offered Summer odd. Students study meteorology, astronomy, and geology and prepare to teach high school students a biblical philosophy of these subjects.

SC 650 Origins (3) Offered Summer even. Competency: Biology. Students prepare to “be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you” (1 Peter 3:15) by studying the origins of the universe, solar system, life, and mankind from a biblical perspective.

SC 660 Cellular and Molecular Biology (3) Offered Summer odd. Competency: Biology. Students complete an advanced survey of the main concepts of cellular and molecular biology. Current developments on DNA technology and the study of the human genome will be covered.