CRAM 2014 Courses
All CRAM students take:
Foundations of the Christian Liberal Arts. Taught by Dr. Jeff Cramer, this interdisciplinary course introducing students to the integration of faith and learning, and the value of a liberal arts education. It is a glimpse of what a Christian college education is all about.
Living the Great Commission in the 21st Century. This five day seminar is an opportunity for students to discuss, debate, and determine what it means to be light and salt in today’s culture.
CRAM students choose one of the following 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. (1 credit hour)
Forensic Science. Taught by Dr. Daniel King, an introduction to forensic science which will focus on the application of physical and life sciences to criminal investigation. Students should expect a hands on approach to exploring topics including the crime scene, physical evidence, fingerprints, forensic toxicology, forensic serology, and many others.
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 even books. Class writing projects, lectures, and interactive creative exercises will help students develop their writing talents. (1 credit hour)