May 25, 2020  
Undergraduate Day Catalog - 2018-2019 
    
Undergraduate Day Catalog - 2018-2019 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


 

Theatre

  
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    THE 4193 - Computer Graphics for the Theatre

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    An exploration into the use and operation of various computer applications that support theatrical design and production, with emphasis on computer aided drafting (CAD) in the creation of technical drawings and as a communicative tool.

    Prerequisite: THE 2443  


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    THE 4201 - Professional Theatre Tour

    1 Credit Hour(s)
    A trip to New York or London to attend professional theatrical productions. Airfare, hotel, and restaurant expenses are in addition to normal tuition.


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    THE 4301 - Christian Ethics in the Theatre

    1 Credit Hour(s)
    Ideas and concepts about how a Christian can live a dedicated, consecrated life as a practicing theatre artist on the stage, in movies and television.

    Prerequisite: Upper Division standing
    Availability: Even Springs


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    THE 4313 - Musical Theatre Workshop

    4 Credit Hour(s)
    Lectures and discussions covering standard musical theatre literature and the production of a musical. Workshop sessions devoted to actual rehearsal and performance of a musical revue.

    Prerequisite: THE 1403 


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    THE 4403 - Acting IV

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Students rehearse various scenes from modern dramatic literature, building on what they have learned in Acting I  and Acting II .

    Prerequisite: Upper Division Standing
    Availability: Odd Falls


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    THE 4483 - Careers Workshop

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    An exploration and assimilation of successful marketing techniques needed to secure employment in theatre or related segments of the entertainment industry.

    Prerequisite: Senior Standing
    Availability: Fall


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    THE 4503 - Acting V

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Exploration of the basic theory and techniques of the Sanford Meisner approach to acting. Students will perform exercises presented and apply them to current productions and scenes.

    Prerequisite: THE 1403 , THE 3013 
    Availability: On Demand


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    THE 4523 - Shakespeare in Performance

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Consists of the foundational training and practice necessary to perform Shakespeare on stage.

    Prerequisite: THE 1403 , THE 3013 
    Availability: Even Springs


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    THEV 4713 - Internship in Theatre

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    A practical experience in theatre arts with a local theatre company


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    THEV 4714 - Internship in Theatre

    4 Credit Hour(s)
    A practical experience in theatre arts with a local theatre company


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    THEV 4715 - Internship in Theatre

    5 Credit Hour(s)
    A practical experience in theatre arts with a local theatre company


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    THEV 4716 - Internship in Theatre

    6 Credit Hour(s)
    A practical experience in theatre arts with a local theatre company


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    THEV 4811 - Independent Project in Theatre

    1 Credit Hour(s)
    Student-proposed project involving the study of a limited subject area described in a learning contract negotiated by the student with a faculty member who accepts responsibility for guidance and evaluation. Approval by the dean of the school is required.


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    THEV 4812 - Independent Project in Theatre

    2 Credit Hour(s)
    Student-proposed project involving the study of a limited subject area described in a learning contract negotiated by the student with a faculty member who accepts responsibility for guidance and evaluation. Approval by the dean of the school is required.


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    THEV 4813 - Independent Project in Theatre

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Student-proposed project involving the study of a limited subject area described in a learning contract negotiated by the student with a faculty member who accepts responsibility for guidance and evaluation. Approval by the dean of the school is required.


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    THE 4910 - Culminating Evaluation in Theatre

    0 Credit Hour(s)
    Registration required for Theatre majors in the semester in which they graduate. Represents completion of final faculty evaluation prior to graduation. 

    Prerequisite: Senior Standing
    Availability: Fall/Spring


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Leadership

  
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    ORL 3013 - Group and Organizational Behavior

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    This course will examine the interaction of individuals and groups in organizations and the ways in which they affect organizational effectiveness. Emphasis is placed on group dynamics, decision-making, and conflict management, and students will develop strategies for efficient and productive group work.

    Availability: Rotating


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    ORL 3053 - Writing for the Modern Workplace

    3 Credit Hour(s)


    This course is an advanced treatment of technical writing wherein students will learn to hone their skills for the professional environment. While a review of usage practices and some discussion of grammar and diction will occur, primacy is given to ascertaining and employing the appropriate register, tone, and approach for a given situation. Development of credible, unbiased, first or third person authorship will be an ongoing objective. Moreover, students will be familiarized with the sequential steps in the planning, organizing, and formatting of traditional documents and will engage significantly with digital modes of business correspondence. Document types under review may include but are not limited to: emails, press releases, proposals, business plans, mission statements, and recommendation letters. Additionally, proficiency in the use of Presentations will be cultivated, both in construction and delivery.

    Prerequisite: ENG 1113  & ENG 1123  

     


    Availability: Main: Fall, A Term; Spring, A Term •Online: Fall B Term; Spring, B Term; Summer •Orlando: Summer, A Term.


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    ORL 3143 - Organizational Management

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    This course covers material comprising the theory, research and practice of management. This course also examines the functions of an organization and analyzes organizations based upon systems models. Learners will study basic principles of management, analyze, and solve organizational problems.

    Availability: Rotating


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    ORL 3153 - Organizational Leadership

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Prepares the student to lead effectively in the modern organization. This course introduces the basic principles and theories of leadership, motivational theory, importance of communication, and current and future trends. The student will assess, discuss, and learn how to apply his or her own styles of leadership in the workplace and community.

    Availability: Rotating


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    ORL 3223 - Career Assessment & Planning

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Adult career development: past, present and future. Career and personal patterns examined and reviewed, and goals assessed through exercises and activities. Future trends examined in relation to changing careers and life-styles.

    Availability: Main: Fall, B Term •Online: Spring, A Term •Orlando: Fall, A Term.


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    ORL 3283 - Mediating Organizational Conflict

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    The course will examine the mediation process and how dynamics such as power, culture, communication and listening skills and gender can have a constructive or destructive effect on the resolution of conflict. Students will analyze some of the many conflict resolution processes for the purpose of resolving, regulating and managing conflict among individuals and groups within organizations. The course will also explore styles for handling conflict and emotional intelligence within conflict situations.

    Availability: Main: Summer A Term. •Online: Summer, B Term. •Orlando: Fall, A Term.


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    ORL 4043 - Global Leadership

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    This course explores the leadership design and leadership of contemporary and future organizations. The organization of the 21st century is examined with an emphasis on awareness that human resources are a key factor in organizational effectiveness. Influential factors such as multiculturalism; national, ethnic, and organizational culture, global competition, changing demographics and workplace attitudes will also be examined for the impact they have in shaping organizational leadership practice.

    Availability: Main: Summer, b Term. •Online: Fall, A Term •Orlando: Even Fall, B Term (On Demand); Spring, B Term.


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    ORL 4063 - Effective Interpersonal Relationships

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    A study of communication and relationships in creating a productive work environment. Readings and exercises in nonverbal communication, constructive feedback, dealing with anger, and resolving conflict.

    Availability: Main: Spring, B Term •Online: Summer, A Term. •Orlando: Summer, B Term.


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    ORL 4073 - Strategic Assessment & Planning

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    This course introduces students to Strategic Planning including necessary analysis processes.  Students gain an understanding of determining organizational direction, situational analysis, the determination of necessary “critical mass” resources, as well as the strategic allocation of those resources.  Additionally, they develop basic analysis skills in order to measure the effectiveness of the strategic plan. 

    Availability: Main: Spring, A Term •Online: Summer, B Term. •Orlando: Summer, A Term.


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    ORL 4083 - Dynamics of Change

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    Focuses on the methods and techniques needed to make organizational change successful and identification of obstacles to organizational change. Provides leaders with the knowledge needed to plan and initiate change.

    Prerequisite: Complete all General Education coursework
    Availability: Main: Spring, B Term •Online: Summer, A Term


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    ORL 4213 - Biblical Leadership

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    This interdisciplinary course explores biblical texts to discover issues of leadership theory and practice in the ancient context with a view toward understanding in various modern contexts. Attention will be given to biblical metaphors and themes that shape an understanding of leadership.
     

    Availability: Rotating


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    ORL 4293 - Values: Personal and Social

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    This capstone course focuses on ethical issues confronted by individuals carrying out their personal, social and professional responsibilities specifically in leadership roles. Students are engaged in ethical reflection on issues that arise in many aspects of the contemporary workplace. The application of moral concepts to practical ethical decision-making and values in leadership is stressed. This course has an interdisciplinary focus, drawing upon the insights of scholars from many different fields of study, including philosophy, psychology, communication, religion, public administration, political science, and organizational behavior. Students should find the information in this course useful regardless of their academic background or particular leadership position.

    Prerequisite: Complete all General Education coursework.
    Availability: Main: Fall, B Term; Spring, B Term •Online: Spring, A Term •Orlando: Spring, B Term.


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Worship Ministries

  
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    WRM 2001 - Worship Ministry Experience

    1 Credit Hour(s)
    Enables the student with a concentration in Worship Ministries to acquire a minimum of thirty hours of practical field experience in worship through approved on-campus or off-campus worship ministries (Chapel, The Anchor, etc.). The first of three Worship Ministry Experience courses emphasizes participation on a worship team. The course integrates hands-on experience in worship ministry and in-class analysis of the worship ministry experience. Field placement is arranged by the student in consultation with the course instructor. 

    Corequisite: WRM 2003   Intro to Worship Ministries.
    Availability: Even Falls


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    WRM 2003 - Introduction to Worship Ministries

    3 Credit Hour(s)
    This course introduces the practice of worship ministry in the local church, the fundamental responsibilities of the worship minister, and the skills needed for worship ministries. 
    For this course there is a required 2-3 hours/week field component in church, chapel, or other approved venue, which will be fulfilled with the co-requisite course WRM 2001  .

    Corequisite: WRM 2001  Worship Ministry Experience
    Availability: Even Falls


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    WRM 3001 - Worship Ministry Experience

    1 Credit Hour(s)
    Enables the student with a concentration in Worship Ministries to acquire a minimum of thirty hours of practical field experience in worship through approved on-campus or off-campus worship ministries (Chapel, The Anchor, etc.). This second of three Worship Ministry Experience courses emphasizes leading a worship team under supervision. This course integrates hands-on experience in worship ministry and in-class analysis of the worship ministry experience. Field placement is arranged by the student in consultation with the course instructor. 

    Prerequisite or Corequisite: WRM 2001   Worship Ministry Experience and WOR 2003 Intro to Worship Ministries
    Availability: Even Falls


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    WRM 4001 - Worship Ministry Experience

    1 Credit Hour(s)


    Enables the student with a concentration in Worship Ministries to acquire a minimum of thirty hours of practical field experience in worship through approved on-campus or off-campus worship ministries (Chapel, The Anchor, etc.). This third of three Worship Ministry Experience courses emphasizes leading a worship team on one’s own. This course integrates hands-on experience in worship ministry and in-class analysis of the worship ministry experience. Field placement is arranged by the student in consultation with the course instructor.

    Prerequisite: WRM 2001   Worship Ministry Experience

    WRM 3001   Worship Ministry Experience

    WRM 2003   Introduction to Worship Ministries
    Availability: Even Falls


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    WRM 4053 - Practice of Worship Ministries

    3 Credit Hour(s)


    Explores the principles and tools germane to leading a worship ministry, beyond the design of weekly worship services. Students will study approaches to strategic planning, recruiting and equipping volunteers, budgeting, copyright/legal issues, conflict management, church staff relationships, and worship team development. For this course there is a required 2-3 hours/week field component that is to be fulfilled in a church or other approved venue, which will be fulfilled with the co-requisite course WRM 4001.

    Prerequisite: WRM 2003   Intro to Worship Ministries

    WRM 2001    Worship Ministry Experience 

    WRM 3001   Worship Ministry Experience
    Prerequisite or Corequisite: BIB 3723   Worship
    Corequisite: WRM 4001   Worship Ministry Experience
    Availability: Even Springs


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