The American Council on Education's College Credit Recommendation Service (ACE CREDIT) has evaluated and recommended college credit for each of these courses. This is the same organization that evaluates and recommends credit for CLEP and DSST exams. CollegePlus Courses allow you to study anywhere, and on your own schedule.
Exclusive video lectures add dimension to your course readings. Your grade from each course is based on your successful completion of reflection papers and proctored exams.
It's a hot button issue, yet very few people can even define what social justice is! This course provides an introduction to the history and theology of this very relevant topic. Equip yourself with true stories of how institutions have fought poverty in the past and how you can promote human flourishing and true social justice.
Dr. Messmore is a Research Fellow at the Heritage Foundation. He received his PhD from Oxford University and is a wealth of information on the history and theory of social justice in the United States.
Everyone has a worldview. Most people accept theirs from the culture in which they live. This course explores the idea of worldview, as well as the various dominant worldviews shaping the contemporary world, including secularism, New Age, Christianity, Islam, and postmodernism.
John Stonestreet is the Executive Director of Summit Ministries and he's been an Adjunct Professor at Bryan College. The course you're about to enjoy contains the dynamic, passionate teaching style that has endeared him to hundreds of Summit and college students for years.
Imagine getting college credit while learning how to be an entrepreneur! This course teaches the basics of starting your own business. You'll learn from Jim Van Eerden, a Christian entrepreneur who has successfully turned business ideas into reality and now shares his real-world experiences with you in exclusive video lectures so you can get that business idea out of your head and into a working business plan.
Want to get a scholarship or apply to grad school when you finish? This course strengthens your resume while giving you steps to effect change in your own community.
Dr. Freddy Cardoza has a grasp of community service that only a battle hardened veteran can. He grew up in urban housing projects before working in the inner-city and leading service groups and teaching at Biola University. He knows what works and what doesn't and draws in listeners with an engaging teaching style.Read Service Learning Student Stories in Progress
The American Council on Education's College Credit Recommendation Service (ACE CREDIT) has evaluated and recommended college credit for each of these courses. The specific areas where the courses fit are a little different for each degree major, so it's best to ask your CollegePlus Coach for placement information.
The Social Justice and Comparative Worldviews, and Introduction to Entrepreneurship courses must be completed in 8 weeks. Once this time frame has passed, students may purchase a 8 week extension for $125. Please allow 2 business days for your registration to be processed.
Once you complete your course successfully, your transcript will be automatically generated.
Exams for Social Justice and Comparative Worldviews are proctored using your computer's webcam and a remote proctor who monitors the testing. This testing fee is built into the cost of the course. If a student fails an exam and needs to retake, they may do so for an additional fee after 180 days have elapsed since the previous exam was taken.
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