General Studies

PSYCH 101: Introduction to Psychology

Orthodox Christian Engagement with Secular Psychology Course Description:This course examines Orthodox Christian anthropology, foundational understanding of what constitutes the human person and his/her flourishing (with special emphasis given to the dynamic aspect of St. Sophrony’s hypostatic theology), alongside a handful of the foundational psychological theories (combining some where relevant): psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, humanistic-existential, & systemic.  Beyond […]

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PC 201: Directed Practicum

To graduate from this program, students must complete four projects, one in each module. These projects should demonstrate the leadership skills and knowledge gained through the program, and should be implemented in the student’s home parish. Before beginning a project, students must submit their topic to the course professor for approval, and must also receive

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LDR 102: Interpersonal Relations

Interpersonal communication is one of the most basic communication processes.  Although it usually involves just two people (dyadic communication), the complexities and dynamics involved are limitless and usually determine the quality of relationships. Recognizing, understanding and effectively responding to these complexities will make us better communicators and, in turn, better managers, employees, diplomats, spouses, and friends.  Students

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HIST 101: Pentecost to 313

This course is a chronological study, progressing from the Ascension of Christ through the period of growth and persecution until the legalization of Christianity with the Edict of Milan in 313 AD. In addition to following the activities of the apostles, course material provides data on the context within which the Church was established, grew,

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PC 102: Directed Practicum

To graduate from this program, students must complete four projects, one in each module. These projects should demonstrate the leadership skills and knowledge gained through the program, and should be implemented in the student’s home parish. Before beginning a project, students must submit their topic to the course professor for approval, and must also receive

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