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Academic Courses – Summer 2024

Course Offerings

Course Formats. CoA offers in-person, blended, virtual, and online classes. Traditional summer classes are 12 weeks long. Fall and spring classes cover 15 weeks. We also offer 8-week classes during these semesters (check with an advisor for the dates).

Check the schedule below to select the type of class meeting that best suits your schedule and geographic location. 

  • Online Class. These asynchronous classes do not have regular meeting times; however, all online CoA courses have 2 hours of required live videoconference meeting times for each credit hour. The instructor will poll all enrolled students for their availability to schedule the virtual course meeting times.
  • Videoconference Class.  These virtual classes meet by live, synchronous videoconference. Students are expected to attend classes virtually at the regularly scheduled times.
  • Blended Class. Most CoA courses can be taken virtually by students who do not live locally.  Contact your Academic Advisor for more information about attending a “blended” class.
  • NEW 8-WEEK CLASSES. Our new 8-week classes allow students to immerse themselves in the same material as the traditional 15-week class semester but in a shorter span of time. All of the same assignments and time required of a 15-week class is moved into 8 weeks, and the same number of credits is awarded for successful completion.
  • Summer 2024 textbook list, click here.

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Summer 2024

Transformational Leadership

TL 335 / CS 335 : Faith Adventures in the Marketplace

For Christians to live as authentic witnesses in the world, they cannot segment their lives into categories/spheres where Jesus is not present. For most working adults, the majority of their waking hours are not spent at church or even at home but within the workplace. This course is designed to prepare students to enter the workforce with a foundation for how to be a disciple of Jesus at work, or in any other environment, without the anxiety of feeling like they have to “sell Jesus” everywhere they go.

Instructor: Kris Castro

Course Numbers: TL 335/535 or CS 335/535

Course Title: Faith Adventures in the Marketplace

Meeting Times: Virtual Only, Mondays and Wednesdays, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm


BS 313 : The Trinity (**8 weeks)

In this course, students will explore the interrelated nature of the Trinity and the unique roles and characteristics of God as the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, based on biblical examination. From that biblical grounding, students will then compare and contrast historical and contemporary theological perspectives related to the Trinity. Students will also consider the implications for Christian Life based on a biblically-based understanding of the Trinity.

 Instructor: Dr. Kurt Genteman

Course Numbers: BS 313/513

Course Title: The Trinity

Meeting Times: Monday/Wednesday 9:30 am-12:30 pm ( 8 weeks) ; In-person & Virtual

*8-week courses will begin the week of June 3rd (after Memorial Day) and run through the week of July 22nd.


CS 203 / CC 330 : Discipleship Coaching I / Wholeness Care Ministry

In this course, you will learn and apply key strategies for offering discipleship coaching and ministry to individuals who may or may not yet have a personal relationship with Christ. You will explore the connections between body, soul, and spirit as related to whole-person ministry as well as understand and apply biblical principles for physical healing. As a result of this course, you will be equipped to operate effectively in ministry to individuals in need of care.

Instructor: Dr. Marcia Wilbur & Mrs. Dee Pesaresi

Course Numbers: CS 203/506; CC 330/530

Course Titles: Discipleship Coaching I (CS); Wholeness Care Ministry (CC)

Meeting Times: 5 Fridays:  May 31st, June 7th, June 21st, July 12th & July 19th.


EN 101 : ENGLISH COMPOSITION (**8 weeks)

The English Composition eight-week course prepares students for the rigors of college writing with an emphasis on correct writing mechanics, writing for effective communication, writing styles appropriate to the intended audience, and proper citations. Students are required to complete a research paper on a Christian topic of personal interest at the culmination of this course.

Instructor: Amy Alred

Course Number: EN 101

Course Title: English Composition

Meeting Times: Online, 8 weeks

*8-week courses will begin the week of June 3rd (after Memorial Day) and run through the week of July 22nd.