All CRAM students take:
God, Humanity, and Knowledge. Taught by Dr. Jeff Cramer, this course is an introduction to the integration of faith and learning and the value of a liberal arts education. Topics also include an examination of major worldviews including Christian theism. (2 credit hours)
Living the Great Commission in the 21st Century. This five day seminar, taught by Dr. Steve Baarendse and Dr. James Spiegel, 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)
Foundations of Life. Taught by Dr. John Moore. Life, with all its complexity, has such a dependence on basic fundamental physical and chemical processes. Begin to explore how the simple concepts of Osmosis & Diffusion through the biochemical understanding of Respiration and the more advanced and abstract ideas of DNA and Genetics shape the life we are in through the cells that obey these principles. Yet, in the midst of the simplicity or in the depth of complexity, God reveals himself! (1 credit hour)
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)
of Taylor students receive merit-based aid