Summer 2015 Classes

download_smallThis Summer, choose from over 65 classes in many different fields, such as Bible/Ministry, Business, Science, and Education! Registration will open on April 1st.

During your first online session, we strongly recommend you take one course. If, after successfully completing your first course, you want to take more, you may do so.

Check Maranatha’s catalog for information related to prerequisites, the required Liberal Arts and Biblical Studies Cores, and placement options. In order to ensure quality interaction between instructors and students, enrollment in our courses is capped. Since courses fill up, you are encouraged to register early to reserve your seat! MBU may also cancel courses (for reasons like low enrollment).

The A & B Session courses will still last 8 weeks; however, two new sessions have been added. The C Session will last 12 weeks, and the D Session will last 16 weeks. Read more>>
Session ASession B
May 12- July 4 July 7- August 29
Bible and Church Ministries Bible and Church Ministries
3Old Testament Survey*3New Testament Survey*
3Baptist Heritage3Baptist Heritage
3Christian Life, Leadership, and Evangelism3Christian Life, Leadership, and Evangelism
3Bible Doctrine 1 (300+ level)3Bible Doctrine 1 (300+ level)
3Bible Doctrine 2 (300+ level)3Bible Doctrine 2 (300+ level)
3Acts (300+ level)3Daniel and Revelation (300+ level)
3Modern Creationary Thought3Galatians (300+ level)
3Introduction to Biblical Counseling
2Apologetics (300+ level)2Introduction to Philosophy (300+ level)
English and Speech English and Speech
3English Grammar*
3English Composition 1*
3British Literature Survey 23British Literature Survey 1
3American Masterpieces3The Bible as Literature (300+ level)
2Fundamentals of Public Speaking*2Fundamentals of Public Speaking*

See also Session C below.

Social Studies Social Studies
3The Modern World*3The Modern World*
3US History 23US History 1
3Modern European History (300+ level)3Native American History (300+ level)
3Introduction to Sociology*3Introduction to Geography*
3General Psychology*3General Psychology*
3Developmental Psychology*
Math and Science Math and Science
3College Algebra*3College Mathematics*
3Concepts in Chemistry*3Probability & Statistics
3Human Biology*3Concepts in Biology*

See also Session D below.

Education Education
3Children's Literature2Foundations of Education*
2Educational Assessment* (300+ level)3Educational Psychology (300+ level)
Health and Nursing Health and Nursing
2Personal and Community Health*2Drugs, Society, and Human Behavior*
Business, Computer, and Digital Media Business, Computer, and Digital Media
3Introduction to Business and Management*3Business Communication
1Computer Applications Seminar*3Introduction to Online Communications*
1MS Access1MS Excel
3Desktop Publishing (300+ level)3Elements of Photography*
3Principles of Video Production 1*

See also Session D below.

Music and Music Education Music and Music Education
2Music Appreciation*2Music Appreciation*
3Basic Music Literature*1Knowing Percussion
1Curriculum and Methods in Music1Knowing Middle Childhood Music and Movement
1Knowing Early Childhood Music and Movement
1Knowing Brass
1Knowing Music Program Administration

Session C (12 weeks)
May 26 - August 15

3English Composition 2

Session D (16 weeks)
May 12 - August 29

5Calculus 1*
4Anatomy & Physiology 1*
4Principles of Accounting 1

* This course has no prerequisites.