All classes in this category are only offered on the Guam campus and include online components.


Available courses

BNEW 402 Exegesis in Romans (Fa '18)

"An exegetical study of the English text of the book of Romans. Such important topics as justification, sin, reconciliation, and submission are studied in detail. Prerequisite: BIBL 304" (PIU catalog 2018-2019) Course available: Tuesday, August 28, to Friday, December 14, 2018
  • Teacher: Hartmut Scherer

BOLD 100 Old Testament Survey (Fa '18)

Catalog: An introduction to the background issues, content and messages of the Old Testament books. Special attention will be given to important persons, places and events, as well as the contribution of each Old Testament book to the overall message of the Bible.  SCOPE: BOLD 100 is a survey of the entire Old Testament. The course will begin with a discussion of the nature of the biblical revelation and overall message of the Old Testament as it relates to the message of the entire Bible. For each section and book of the OT major background issues including authorship, place of writing and date, the readers, destination, purpose, literary genre, structure, and overall message will be discussed in both on line and classroom activities. Each classroom meeting will consist of…
  • Teacher: Gary Houde

CMIN 101 Evangelism (Fa '18)

"A study of the Biblical basis and history of evangelism, as well as the examination of various aspects of a year-round program of evangelism in the local church. Students will also be trained and gain practical experience in verbally sharing their faith." (PIU catalog 2018-2019) Course available: Tuesday, August 28, to Tuesday, December 11, 2018
  • Teacher: Hartmut Scherer

CMIN 301 Preaching (Fa '18)

"A study of the nature and importance of preaching, and the principles of sermon construction. Students are required to preach sermons which they have constructed." (PIU catalog 2018-2019) Course available: Wednesday, August 29, to Friday, December 14, 2018
  • Teacher: Hartmut Scherer

ENGL 210 Christian Literature (Fa '18)

"This reading and writing intensive course introduces a variety of literature with Christian themes. Students learn about literary forms, terms, and techniques. Extensive writing in response to literature is also expected of course participants. Prerequisite: ENGL 102." (PIU catalog 2018-2019) Course available: Monday, August 27, to Friday, December 14, 2018
  • Teacher: Paul Drake

SOSC 210 Human Geography (Fa '18)

SOSC 210 – Human Geography: This introduction to Human Geography presents the issues that we face today through the lens of geography, looking at the patterns and processes that influence how we understand and address our physical, social, cultural, political, and economic environments. (PIU catalog 2018-2019) Course available: Monday, August 27, to Friday, December 14, 2018.
  • Teacher: Gary Houde

STDY 101 Research and Study Skills (Fa '18)

This course is designed to develop the academic skills of college students. Emphasis is placed on learning organized study techniques, comprehension of reading materials, note-taking procedures, and examination skills. Students will develop basic proficiency in computer applications necessary for most PIU courses. Students are also introduced to the library and learn basic research skills including the use of the Internet. (PIU catalog 2018-2019)Course available: Tuesday, August 28, to Friday, December 14, 2018.
  • Teacher: Hartmut Scherer

STDY 301 Research Methods (Fa '18)

Course description (2018/2019 PIU Catalog p96) STDY 301 - Research Methods: This course is a concentrated course in research methods; it covers the basics of research, types of information, source evaluation, research paper structure, citations and formatting. Individual and group assignments are major components of the course. Course available: Monday, August 27, to Friday, December 14, 2018.
  • Teacher: Paul Drake

THEO 200 Intro to Christian Doctrine (Fa '18)

Add course description from PIU catalog here (PIU catalog 2018-2019) Course available: Monday, August 27, 2018 to Saturday, December 15, 2018.
  • Teacher: Gary Houde