Old Testament History and Literature I (BOT 1000) 3 credits
This class presents an overview of the chronological unfolding of Old Testament history and literature beginning with Genesis and continuing through the period of the Judges. The poetic books will also be examined. Emphasis will be given to the major themes, persons, events/passages of each book, and maps of Bible lands.
Old Testament History and Literature II (BOT 1001) 3 credits
This class presents an overview of the chronological unfolding of Old Testament history and literature beginning with the United Monarchy era, progressing through the Divided Monarchy, Exilic and Post-exilic eras. The prophets will be examined in conjunction with these books. Emphasis will be given to the major themes, persons, events/passages of each book, and maps of Bible lands
Gospels and Acts (BNT 2201) 3 credits
This course is a study of the Gospels and Acts, giving special attention to their history, literacy structure, content, and theological themes. Includes attention to application for today.
Letters and Revelation (BNT 2202) 3 credits
This course is a study of the letters in the New Testament and Revelation, giving special attention to their history, literacy structure, content, and theological themes. Includes attention to application for today.
Interpretation of Biblical Literature (BSA 2001) 3 credits
Introduction to the principles of biblical interpretation in order to better understand the Bible. Emphasis placed on the application of these principles.
Christian Faith (TH 2005) 4 credits
An introduction to the main people, events, and theological positions of the Christian Tradition. Contents will focus on the doctrine of the Bible, God, humankind, the person and work of Christ, the Holy Spirit, salvation, the Church, and the last days.
Old Testament Electives (3 credits)
New Testament Electives (3 credits)
Bible Electives (5 credits)
College Writing I (ENG 1000) 3 credits
Prerequisite: acceptable placement score or ENG-0990
Emphasis on improving skills and effectiveness in written communication through critical reading of diverse literary genres and extensive writing. Course deals with developing authorial voice and adapting that voice to academic audiences.
Intercultural Communications (CUL 2007) 3 credits
The Intercultural Communications course introduces students to the theory of communication and the personal, interpersonal and cultural factors that affect the communication process. Particular emphasis will be placed on developing the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to communicate effectively across cultures. Interpersonal and group communication processes will be addressed.
Worldviews (HUM 2007) 3 credits
This worldviews course examines various major worldviews that have influenced modern society – considering questions about the nature of reality, the nature and significance of human kind, the basis for knowledge and ethics, and life commitments. Students will explore current worldviews in American or global society and will seek to articulate their own current worldview understanding.
Sophomore Assessment (HUM 2006) 0 credits
Designed to be taken in the final year of a two-year program at OHCC. Provides a variety of feedback activities regarding academic progress while an OHCC student.
World History (HI 2003) 3 credits
A study of the ancient Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, and European roots of modern Western civilization through the Renaissance/Reformation era.
Elective (3 credits)
Spiritual Formation I (CM 1001) 3 credits
Course focuses on developing a Christ-centered life and awareness of ministry avenues. Special emphases on spiritual gifts, missions, and submitting each area of life to God.
Spiritual Formation II (CM 1002) 3 credits
Course introduces the basic concepts and skills needed for evangelism and discipleship. Emphases include understanding the world around us while communicating one’s faith, exploring one’s role as a disciple, and effective ways to disciple other followers of Christ.
Student Outreach (CM 1200, 2200, 3200) 6 credits
Includes weekly volunteer experiences under the direction of the Student Outreach Director. Ministry areas include evangelism, discipleship, and social concern. Students’ experiences are facilitated by qualified supervisors who provide accountability and feedback. Outreach must complement the student’s major during the junior year.
Student Intercultural Outreach (CM 2202/3202) 1 credit
Prerequisite: CUL 2007
This course provides an intercultural learning and service opportunity. Students will participate in structured and guided learning and service/ ministry projects that address multicultural issues relevant to American and global societies.
Christian Ministry Elective (3 credits)
Free Electives (4 credits)
Biblical Studies (30 credits)
General Education (15 credits)
Christian Ministry (13 credits)
Free Electives (6 credits)