CRAM 2017 Courses
All CRAM students take:
Foundations of the Christian Liberal Arts
Taught by Dr. Jeff Cramer. An introduction to the integration of faith and learning, and the value of a liberal arts education. The course seeks to answer two primary questions: What does it mean to flourish as a Christian living in this world? What do the liberal arts have to do with this flourishing? The course is taught in four sections with significant discussion about what it means to live in a right relationship with God, neighbor, world, and self.
CRAM students choose one of the following one-credit courses:
Model United Nations – Middle East Focus
Taught by Dr. Thomas Jones, this course challenges students to research, analyze, and debate major world events as members of a Model United Nations Security Council.
Freelance Publishing for Creative Writers
Taught by Dr. Dennis Hensley, this course shows students how to become published freelance writers in magazines, newspapers, online publications, and books. Class writing projects, lectures, and interactive creative exercises will help students develop their writing talents.
Taught by Dr. Dannie M. Stanley, this course introduces students to computer security by exploring the defensive methods developed by researchers, as well as the offensive methods used by attackers. Students are also introduced to ethics related to computer security.