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School of Online Studies & Graduate School 2013-2014 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

School of Online Studies



Curriculum

 

Every baccalaureate degree major contains the following primary components: the Christian studies core, the general studies core, and major specific coursework. The core curriculum consists of general education and Christian studies. The Crown College core curriculum is designed to develop informed Christian thinkers who integrate faith and learning, communicate effectively, think critically and engage in life-long learning. The goals for the core curriculum are as follows:

  1. Students will develop competencies essential to success in academics and life-long learning
  2. Students will understand historical development and global diversity
  3. Students will develop critical thinking and reasoning skills for problem solving
  4. Students will integrate faith and ethical reasoning with the human experience
  5. Students will be able to analyze biblical sources

Graduation Requirements

To graduate from Crown College with a bachelor's degree the student must:

  1. Complete all courses in the selected major with a cumulative 2.0 GPA or better on a 4.0 scale.
  2. Have at least a 2.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale on all transfer work being applied to the degree. Students must earn a grade of "C" or higher in core requirements.
  3. Complete at least 125 semester credits with at least 9 credits in Humanities, 6 credits in communication, 6 credits in Social Science, 3 credits in Global Awareness, and 7 credits in Science and Math. 
  4. Fulfill the residency requirement (see General Academic Information ).
  5. Meet all financial obligations to the College.
  6. Have the recommendation of the faculty as to character and conduct. A student whose conduct proves unworthy may be deemed unworthy of graduation even though all other requirements have been met.
  7. Receive approval from the Board of Trustees.
  8. Be registered for remaining credits in the same term as graduation.

Students who complete the business administration, Christian ministry, disaster and emergency management, general/liberal studies, criminal justice, and psychology/counseling graduation requirements will receive the Bachelor of Science degree. Diplomas are issued six to eight weeks after all requirements have been met. Students wishing to complete a second bachelor's degree must meet all of the requirements above and have a minimum of 155 semester credits.

To earn the Bible certificate from Crown College the student must:

  1. Complete all courses in the certificate with a cumulative 2.0 GPA or better on a 4.0 scale.
  2. Have at least a 2.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale on all transfer work being applied to the certificate.
  3. Complete at least 30 credits.
  4. Fulfill the residency requirement (see General Academic Information ).
  5. Meet all financial obligations to the College.
  6. Have the recommendation of the faculty as to character and conduct.
  7. Receive approval from the Board of Trustees.

To graduate from Crown College with an associate degree the student must:

  1. Complete all courses in the selected major with a cumulative 2.0 GPA or better on a 4.0 scale.
  2. Have at least a 2.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale on all transfer work being applied to the degree.
  3. Complete at least 63 semester credits with at least 15 credits of Humanities, 6 credits of communication, 9 credits of Social Science, 3 credits of Global Awareness, and 8 credits in Science and Math for an Associate of Arts degree and 9 credits of Humanities, 6 credits of communication, 6 credits of Social Science, 3 credits of Global Awareness, and 7 credits in Science and Math for an Associate of Science degree.
  4. Fulfill the residency requirement (see General Academic Information ).
  5. Meet all financial obligations to the College.
  6. Have the recommendation of the faculty as to character and conduct. A student whose conduct proves unworthy may be deemed unworthy of graduation even though all other requirements have been met.
  7. Receive approval from the Board of Trustees.
  8. Be registered for remaining credits in the same term as graduation.

Degree Programs and Course Offerings

Degree Programs

Major

Minor

Certificate

Courses

Accounting

Biblical Foundations

Bible

Business

Christian Education

Christian Ministry

Communication

Criminal Justice

Disaster and Emergency Management

Economics

English

Fine Arts

History

Humanities

Intercultural Studies

Marketing

Mathematics

Physical Education

Psychology

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