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Virtual Courses

What are Virtual Classes?

Interact with other students via high-definition video conferencing systems. This innovative technology brings you into a real-time college classroom. Listen, speak, ask and answer questions, and get to know fellow students—all during a regular college class!

Who can take Virtual Classes?

Any Maranatha Online student may take virtual classes. However, online students are not necessarily required to take virtual classes to complete an online undergraduate degree. Virtual classes are often utilized by high school students in our dual enrollment program, students at our Bridge to Campus sites, and many others who enjoy the flexibility which virtual classes provide. Prior to course registration, virtual students, excluding Bridge to Campus, must complete the Virtual Course Agreement. See also the Online course schedules

 

Before completing the Virtual Course Agreement, students should familiarize themselves with the virtual course policies and financial information for online students and Bridge to Campus students.

View the Virtual Course Offerings

Fall 2020 | Undergraduate Virtual Class Schedule

Fall 2020 | Undergraduate Virtual Class Schedule

  • All times are listed in Central Time Zone (variable to standard / daylight savings time adjustment)
  • Fall virtual courses run from September 1 – December 19, 2020
  • Some courses require prerequisites to be completed before registration
  • Find course descriptions here
  • See also the Online course calendar

CourseCourse CodeFaculty MemberDaysRequired Meeting Times
(Central Time Zone)
College MathematicsASMA 103Price, PhilipMWF1:30-2:20pm
College AlgebraASMA 131Price, PhilipMWF8:15-9:05am
Pre-CalculusASMA 136Herbert, Dr. JodiMWF11:30am-12:20pm
Calculus 2ASMA 232Herbert, Dr. JodiMTWThF1:30-2:20pm
Probability and StatisticsASMA 238Price, PhilipMWF10:30-11:20am
Foundations of MathASMA 250Herbert, Dr. JodiTTh12:30-1:20pm
Advanced GeometryASMA 335Price, PhilipMWF2:30-3:20pm
Concepts in BiochemistryASSC 106Meier, TimothyMWF8:15-9:05am
Human BiologyASSC 111Hansel, Dr. LaneMWF1:30-2:20pm
General Biology 1*ASSC 120Meier, TimothyMWF
T
10:30-11:20am
8:15-9:05am
General Chemistry 1*ASSC 141Calcamuggio, JamesMWF12:30-1:20pm
History of ChristianityBIBC 215Saxon, Dr. DavidTTh1:30-2:45pm
Christian Life, Leadership, and EvangelismBIBC 230Love, Dr. StevenTTh12:00-1:15pm
Expository Teaching for WomenBIBC 315Brock, RebeccaTTh1:30-2:20pm
Old Testament SurveyBIBI 111Love, Dr. StevenTTh1:30-2:45pm
Hebrew HistoryBIBI 300Saxon, Dr. DavidMWF11:30am-12:20pm
MatthewBIBI 338Saxon, Dr. DavidMWF8:15-9:05am
Johannine EpistlesBIBI 386Meyer, Dr. BruceMWF12:30-1:20pm
Theology 1BIBI 421Meyer, Dr. BruceMWF11:30am-12:20pm
Theology 3BIBI 423Brock, Dr. BryanTTh1:30-2:20pm
Theology 4BIBI 424Oats, Dr. LarryTTh8:15-9:05am
Introduction to CounselingBICO 241Johns, TimothyMWF11:30am-12:20pm
Greek Grammar 1BIGK 111Flegal, BenTWThF7:15-8:05am
Greek ReadingBIGK 213Flegal, BenMWF8:15-9:05am
Pastoral Life and LeadershipBIPA 121Loggans, Dr. RobertTTh10:30-11:20am
The Christian HomeBIPA 326Love, Dr. StevenWF1:30-2:20pm
HomileticsBIPA 327Brock, Dr. BryanTTh10:30-11:20am
Christian CampingBIPA 330Harrison, Dr. JimMWF8:15-9:05am
FundamentalismBIPA 472Oats, Dr. LarryMWF11:30am-12:20pm
DispensationalismBIPA 475Oats, Dr. LarryTTh12:00-1:15pm
Introduction to PhilosophyBIPH 330Brock, Dr. BryanTTh8:15-9:05am
Principles of Accounting 1BUAC 243Foster, Dr. TracyMWF11:30am-12:20pm
Intermediate Accounting 1BUAC 341Foster, Dr. TracyMWF8:15-9:05am
Introduction to Business and ManagementBUMG 112Board, StevenTTh12:00-1:15pm
Principles of ManagementBUMG 231Drost, Dr. JeffMWF10:30-11:20am
Business FinanceBUMG 321Foster, Dr. TracyMWF1:30-2:20pm
Human Resources ManagementBUMG 432Oberholtzer, CurtMWF7:15-8:05am
Principles of MarketingBUMK 251Board, StevenTTh10:30-11:45am
Introduction to Sport ManagementBUSP 111Borchardt, JoelMW10:30-11:20am
Fundamentals of Public SpeakingCASP 111Morris, AngelaTTh10:30-11:20am
Fundamentals of Public SpeakingCASP 111Miller, Dr. JeffreyTTh12:30-1:20pm
Theology of MissionsCHMI 210/HUCC 210Love, Dr. StevenWF10:30-11:20am
World ReligionsCHMI 330/HUCC 330Love, Dr. StevenMWF12:30-1:20pm
Foundations of EducationEDUC 144Lincoln, Dr. ChristineTTh10:30-11:20am
Cultural Geography for EducatorsEDUC 234Zwolanek, MichaelMWF10:30-11:20am
Child Care and DevelopmentELEC 221Coleman, JanelleTTh11:30am-12:20pm
Parent Education and InvolvementELEC 271Coleman, JanelleTTh8:15-9:05am
Keyboard Skills 4FIMK 104Ledgerwood, Dr. DavidT12:30-1:20pm
Music AppreciationFIMU 236Brown, Dr. DavidTTh11:30am-12:20pm
Keyboard ArrangingFIMU 335Ledgerwood, Dr. DavidW12:30-1:20pm
Introduction to College WritingHUEN 101Madsen, DavidMWF7:15-8:05am
English Composition 1HUEN 121Chodan, NicoleTTh1:30-2:20pm
American MasterpiecesHUEN 232Madsen, DavidMWF8:15-9:05am
British Literature Survey to 1789HUEN 233Huffstutler, NathanMWF10:30-11:20am
Classical LiteratureHUEN 331Kolwinska, JerryTTh7:50-9:05am
Romantic LiteratureHUEN 436Huffstutler, NathanMWF12:30-1:20pm
The Modern WorldHUHI 130Meinhardt, JenniferMWF2:30-3:20pm
US History 1HUHI 141Meinhardt, JenniferMWF1:30-2:20pm
Ancient CivilizationsHUHI 220Zwolanek, MichaelTTh10:30-11:45am
Early American Political ThoughtHUHI 320Meinhardt, JenniferMWF11:30am-12:20pm
Civil War and ReconstructionHUHI 330Licht, Dr. WilliamMWF10:30-11:20am
Native American HistoryHUHI 335Meinhardt, JenniferMWF12:30-1:20pm
Developmental PsychologyHUPS 233Miller, ChristinaMWF11:30am-12:20pm
Introduction to SociologyHUSO 141Zwolanek, MichaelMWF12:30-1:20pm
Strategies for Post-Secondary Academic SuccessMBU 120Miller, ChristinaTTh8:15-9:05am
School Health ProgramsSEHE 323Garrison, GaryTTh10:30-11:20am
First Aid and SafetySEPE 241Pill, JeffreyMWF10:30-11:20am
*Virtual students are not required to attend the lab sessions; however, they will be required to complete the lab work asynchronously using a lab pack and instructions.

Spring 2021 | Undergraduate Virtual Class Schedule

Spring 2021 | Undergraduate Virtual Class Schedule

  • All times are listed in Central Time Zone (variable to standard / daylight savings time adjustment)
  • Spring virtual courses run from January 18 – May 1, 2021
  • Some courses require prerequisites to be completed before registration
  • Find course descriptions here
  • See also the Online course calendar
  • Schedule coming soon.

Please note: Classes/Times subject to change.

*Virtual students are not required to attend the lab sessions; however, they will be required to complete the lab work asynchronously using a labpack and instructions.

Virtual Courses Offered

Virtual Faculty