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
Admissions and Graduation Requirments by Major:
- Submit application to Social and Behavioral Sciences Department requesting entry to the Criminal Justice program.
- The student must have earned a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or above on all work attempted.
This year's Business Administration Course Offerings are now available in the 2015-16 Course Catalog. To view them visit our Catalog page by CLICKING HERE. Once there, open the 2015-16 Course Catalog and advance to page 151 for to view all of our business related classes with full descriptions. There you can also find out which semesters these classes are offered and how many credit hours they are worth.
The Computer Information Systems concentration is a great program for students with interests in business and computing. Our students experience a blend of computer technology and business which is highly desired by prospective employers and graduate programs.
The business administration concentration in management is an excellent program of study for students with aspirations of leadership in business. Throughout our program, our students experience a broad mix of business administration courses in preparation for a career in business management: theory and skills which are highly desirable by prospective employers and graduate programs.
The Department of Business Administration does not require a formal admission into the program, although students must complete the core math requirement before enrollment into business courses of 300 or higher.
“Every good thing given and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights, with whom their is no variation or shifting shadow.” - James 1:17
Vision: We desire to not be viewed as mere entertainment but as a type of worship towards God as we minister to those around us. Our passion is to see lives changed through the work of God and not ourselves.
Ministry: The group travels to churches along the East Coast, participates in Convocation and Chapel services and other campus ministry opportunities. Our dramas consist of human videos, comical and serious skits.
Members: The team consists of Christian men and women who attend Emmanuel College.
Purpose: Emmanuel College Players is devoted to reaching the believers and nonbelievers for Jesus Christ through dramatic arts.
For more information or to book Players, contact Lynn Presley Huhn.
“And we know that God causes everything to work together for the good of those who love God and are called according to his purpose for them” -Romans 8:28
Emmanuel College Singers is a group that exceeds the expectations of a normal choir. This group of more than 40 students travels the eastern coast of the United States sharing about Jesus and His unfailing love.
The ministry opportunities in Singers range from naval bases to homes for substance abuse to Sunday church services. Smaller teams called Conquest spend their school holidays leading worship at weekend retreats and summer camps.
For booking or more information, contact Ian Cole.
The student must have a minimum grade point average of 2.00 on all work completed.
In addition to completion of the Liberal Arts Core and completion of the requirements for the major in another area, the following courses must be taken to qualify as a Psychology Minor. The Psychology minor requires 18 total hours in Psychology courses comprised of 9 hours of Required Psychology Courses and 9 hours of Elective Psychology Courses. 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.
PY 210 (General Psychology) 3 hrs.
PY 220 (Human Growth/Development) 3 hrs.
Psychology Upper Level Electives 12 hrs.
Select any other four courses from the Psychology course offerings
that are not required within the hourly requirements of a major.
TOTAL 18 hrs.