Virtual Summer School

TAKE SUMMER COURSES VIA CCU’S VIRTUAL SUMMER SCHOOL
From May 20-August 2, 2013

COURSE FORMAT:
• Virtual Summer School courses are fully online and delivered via Moodle.

COST/PAYMENT:
• 2013 Virtual Summer School Undergraduate tuition rate is $350/hour for all students. No additional fees are charged. Total cost of 3 hours = $1050 + textbooks.
• Payment is due by May 20 (1st day of class)
• Every student who registers for classes will be enrolled in CCU’s E-Bill system.
• Online payments can be made at www.afford.com/CCUniversity
• Credit card: Discover, MasterCard and American Express. A convenience fee is charged for online credit card payments.
• ACH: Payment made directly from a checking or savings account. No convenience fee is charged for ACH payments.
• If paying by mail, checks or money orders should be payable to CCU
• Payment in person can be made at the Enrollment Services Office via cash, check or credit card. CCU accepts Discover, MasterCard, or Visa.

TEXTBOOKS:

• Students must purchase all required textbooks from the CCU bookstore or other book distributor and have them in possession prior to the first day of class.

COURSES OFFERED:
INTRODUCTORY SOCIOLOGY (CCU Course Code: GSO-110-99)
3 credit hours with Professor Steve Skaggs

An overview of significant theories and issues in the study of human social behavior. Special attention will be given to ways in which sociological theory may be applied in life and ministry. Introductory Sociology fulfills a Social Sciences credit in CCU’s General Education core.

THEORIES OF PSYCHOTHERAPY (CCU Course Code: GPS-150-99)
3 credit hours with Dr. Jay Kidwell

This course is designed to provide a foundational overview of the skills and techniques needed to effectively work in formal or informal counseling settings. Theories of Psychotherapy is required for Psychology majors and fulfills a social sciences credit in CCU’s General Education core.

DANGEROUS EARTH (CCU Course Code: GSC-215-99)
3 credit hours with Professor Rick Bullard

The purpose of this course will be to study the ways in which geology affects our society including geologic hazards such as volcanoes, earthquakes, landslides, flooding and coastal erosion. Emphasis will be placed on the geology of southeastern Ohio and northern Kentucky and the ways in which geologic conditions and processes influence our lives. The professor is a geologist who teaches courses at the University of Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky University, and CCU. Dangerous Earth fulfills a science credit in CCU’s General Education core.

BIBLE LANDS & LIFEWAYS (CCU Course Code: BCS-100-99)
3 credit hours with Professor Eric Fudge

A survey of the environmental, cultural, and social issues essential for developing solid skills in biblical interpretation. This course uses media, maps, and personal reading and reflection to explore how the geography, climate, and cultures of the Middle East influenced the peoples found in the Bible. Bible Lands & Lifeways fulfills credit in CCU’s General Education core.

HISTORY OF THE RESTORATION MOVEMENT (CCU Course Code: GHI-230-99)
3 credit hours with Professor Sam Fuhrman

The purpose of this course is to acquaint the student with the Restoration Movement, the movement with which Cincinnati Christian University is affiliated. Special attention is paid to its history, theological presuppositions, and commitments. History of the Restoration Movement is a required course for all CCU students.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON REGISTRATION, CONTACT THE REGISTRAR’S OFFICE.