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Master of Arts in Leadership

…ional, and biblical elements into a single workplace-related project. All capstones are expected to highlight research rigor, communication skills, analytical thinking, and a Christian worldview. MIN698b Capstone: Special Project II (2 units) This course finishes the Capstone Project after successful completion of MIN698a. FOUNDATIONAL COURSES BIBL500 Old Testament Foundations (2 units) This course introduces the literature of the Old Testament a…

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Forms & Resources

…tigate other sources of financial assistance, including churches, employers, corporations, internet scholarship searches, and other organizations. A sampling of internet scholarship search options is listed below. Students who receive financial aid are required to report to the Financial Aid Office ALL scholarships and other resources known or expected to be available to contribute to the cost of each year of school (e.g. church assistance, schol…

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Useful Links

…cial issue for Diversity Education. What Can I Do With This Major? Whether you are exploring multiple majors or searching for information about your chosen field, this site will help you connect majors to careers. Learn about the typical career areas and the types of employers that hire people with each major, as well as strategies to make you a more marketable candidate. Continue your research on majors and careers through the websites provided….

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People, Place, and Race: The Mission of Real Life Shalom

Join us for an exciting lecture by Dr. Randy Woodley from George Fox University in the Bernadine Lecture Hall! Professor Woodley is active in ongoing discussions concerning new church movements, racial and ethnic diversity, peace, social and eco-justice, interreligious dialogue and mission. Dr. Woodley regularly blogs in these areas and publishes his own blog, Ethnic Space and Faith He is also a regular contributor to God’s Politics Blog:…

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Code of Conduct

Introduction William Jessup University values the integrity of our institution and its people. The position you hold within William Jessup University is evidence of the trust we have in our faculty and staff. Compliance with the spirit as well as the letter of all applicable laws, regulations, and William Jessup University policies, and performance of our duties according to the highest standards of honesty and integrity is expected of all of us…

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Master of Arts in Education

…ss for all. EDU 506 Psychological Foundations of Education (3 units) This course focuses on explanations of how people learn, including people of ethnic and cultural diversity. Theories and research are included with emphasis on practical applications, such as methods used to improve learning and teaching, and how learning relates to motivation, personality, development, creativity, and perception. The appropriate developmental needs associated w…

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Master of Business Administration

…omestic product and expand it into international markets successfully. Market selection, international market research issues, foreign entry strategies, local tailoring versus global economies of scale, global value chain, implementation issues, knowledge transfer and collaborations are discussed, as well as financing issues such as sources of capital available to multinational firms, analysis of foreign investment opportunities, and currency ris…

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Quick Facts

…le, died for our sin, was raised bodily from the dead, ascended to God’s right hand and is coming again for His people; We believe that the Holy Spirit is presently ministering through the Christian community, empowering lives of godliness and service; We believe that the Holy Bible is completely God breathed, true in all its teaching, and the final authority for all matters of faith and practice; We believe that Jesus Christ established His chur…

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Environmental Science

Overview Distinctives Careers Research – PCT Environmental Science Overview The ES program places strong emphasis on experiential learning, getting students out of the classroom and into the field while simultaneously maintaining an academically rigorous curriculum. Students become trained in valuable scientific and technical skills, such as GIS, environmental chemistry, agronomy, soil science, ecology and field techniques and analysis in…

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American Sign Language Event at Jessup

…eaf. Long has been teaching ASL for over 21 years and began Jessup’s program last fall with 17 students. Enrollment has more than doubled during her second semester. “One of the benefits of studying ASL and Deaf Culture is that most people will meet a deaf person at some point in their life. Following the completion of just one course in sign language, most people would be able to communicate with them at a basic level.”…

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