All students study the fundamentals of English grammar and composition as the foundation of their written communication, both in college studies and for life.
Survey courses in classical British and American literature acquaint students with great literary masterpieces, show trends in literature from various philosophies, and lay a foundation for upper-level literature courses.
History presents how God has worked in people’s lives and how they have conducted themselves since the Creation. This fascinating story also shows how to judge events and movements. All students take History of Civilization as a broad survey of recorded history. Students study individual countries and major historical topics such as the Reformation, U.S. Constitution, nineteenth-century Europe, and church history.
The criminal justice major focuses on preventing crime, preserving peace, and protecting civil rights as essential elements of stability in a democratic society to ensure justice, equity, and
freedom for all.
The humanities major prepares students with a broad range of foundational courses in the liberal arts. Students may then organize elective courses according to their own personal goals, interests, and needs.