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The Kinesiology Department at Emmanuel College offers the following degree programs:
The School of Education at Emmanuel College offers the following degree programs:
The Communication Department at Emmanuel College offers the following degrees:
- Communication Studies (Digital Media Production Concentration)
- Commuincation Studies (Organizational Communication Concentration)
- Graphic Design
Additionally, a student may minor in the following:
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In addition to completing the requirements of the liberal arts core and the requirements for a major in another area, students will select 18 hours from the following courses. At least 12 of these 18 hours must be chosen from the list of Writing Intensive Courses. All courses must be taken in addition to any courses required for the student’s major. There can be no duplication of course work in this minor. If any of the following courses are required by one’s major, additional courses will need to be taken for a total of 18 hours of credit for the minor. A grade of “C-“ or higher in each course is required.
Writing Intensive Courses 12 hrs.
BU 360 (Managerial Communication)
CM 206 (Communication Writing Styles)
CM 320 (Introduction to Public Relations)
EN 370 (Advanced Composition)
EN 302 (Technical Writing)
EN 356 (Creative Writing Fiction)
EN 358 (Creative Writing Non-Fiction)
EN 359 (Creative Writing Stage and Screen)
EN 365 (Creative Writing Poetry)
MN 315 (Communicating Scripture)
Literature/Grammar Courses 6 hrs.
EN 311 (Adolescent Literature)
EN 350 (Special Topics in Literature)
EN 360 (Advanced Grammar)
EN 391 (Christianity and Literature)
EN 392 (Studies in Southern Literature)
EN 393 (Oxford Christians)
EN 401 (American Literature)
EN 402 (British Literature)
EN 403 (European Literature)
TOTAL 18 hrs.
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"He will not forget your work and the love you have shown Him as you have helped his people and continue to help them." Hebrews 6:10
Koinonia exists to prepare students to be actively engaged Christ-followers who are knowledgeable about the many local and global issues facing our world, the possible solutions to these problems, and the opportunities they have to be actively involved in the solutions. This is accomplished by local outreach opportunities, social justice education programming, and summer missions.
Local outreach projects each semester include fundraising, trips to the local nursing home, homeless ministry, and much more. Koinonia also sponsors a series of short-term missions trips for students. Here is a report of our service learning and outreach for Fall 2010-Spring 2011.
Because of many ways Koinonia has involved Emmanuel Students in community service, Emmanuel College was named to the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Role. To see our listing and to get more information about the President's Honor Role click here.
For more information contact Margaret Turner.
Students who have completed one of the courses of study offered in the Department of Social Science are employed today as lawyers, political aides, college professors, elementary and secondary school teachers, counselors, social workers, therapists, preservationists, parole officers, and government employees, just to cite a few careers.
The academic advisors and counselors in the department draw from their own rich backgrounds to help each individual person prepare his or her own individual program of study.
This year's Social Sciences Course Offerings are now available in the 2015-16 Course Catalog. CLICK HERE and click on the 2015-16 Course Catalog to view them with full descriptions. For Criminal Justice classes advance to page 163; History classes advance to page 174; for Political Science and Psychology classes advance to page 184; and for Sociology classes advance to page 189. As you view them, you can also find out which semesters they are offered and how many