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Dual Enrollment Spring Online Courses

Spring Online Courses

Each online course is easily transferable (particularly among Christian colleges). If you choose to enroll at Gordon, nearly all of these options fulfill Core Curriculum requirements, giving you a jump on credits before you enroll.

Spring 2023 schedule: January 11–May 10
All courses meet online asynchronously.

BIO222 Environmental Science
Credits: 4
Instructor: Dr. Gregory Keller

In-depth study of environment and human interaction with it. Major topics include the science of ecosystems, ecosystem functioning, human effects on the world, stewardship ethics and sustainability.

BIO 222 Syllabus

ECB 117 Principles of Accounting I
Credits: 4
Instructor: Andrew Moore

*This course is a requirement for all Business Admin, Finance, and Accounting Majors
Considers underlying theory and analytical aspects of accounting as control device and management tool; construction and interpretation of basic financial statements.

ENG 140 Core Seminar in English Literature: Modern Myths
Credits: 4
Instructor: Andrew Logemann

Core seminar in literature will engage with the literature of two or more global cultures and explore the value of studying literature from a Christian perspective. Students will apply close reading strategies to facilitate critical thinking and thoughtful class discussion, and use writing to engage with literary texts and contexts. 2 credit sections are repeatable for credit twice; 4 credit sections are repeatable for credit case-by-case, depending on topic.

ENG 140 Syllabus

HIS 121 Historical Perspectives (Christianity and Western Civilization)
Credits: 4
Instructor: Beverly Armstrong

Examines culture-building, development and change, and interaction of diverse peoples across a broad swath of history. Explores Christianity from its Middle Eastern roots through Renaissance/Reformation to global cultures of the contemporary world in political, technological, social and cultural contexts. Investigates Christian traditions, missionary endeavors, reform movements and relationships between adherents of different world religions. Introduces critical evaluation of historical evidence. Does not count toward history major.

HIS 121 Syllabus

LAT 102 Beginning Latin II
Credits: 4
Instructor: Ian Drummond

Introduction to classical Latin language and aspects of Roman culture and history. Covers fundamentals of grammar, morphology and syntax, along with readings from Latin prose literature (e.g., Caesar, Sallust, Cicero and Livy). Emphasis on developing facility in reading Latin texts including reading aloud. Prerequisite: LAT101.




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