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Division: Undergraduate

TBD
In this course you will explore the interactions of corporate visioning, planning, implementing, and evaluating within a framework of applied social science. Areas you will focus on include: Communications, culture, motivation, perception, operational formations and adaptation, risk management, clarity of mission, change processes, and learning theory.
3.00
Spring
Undergraduate
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This internship provides exposure to organizational leadership, management, and operations. This may occur in an international or cross-cultural setting, or in North America. Internship assignments must be approved by the program director.
1.00-3.00
Fall, Spring, Summer 1
Undergraduate
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Intensive Chinese I is designed for students with little or no background in Chinese. The class meetings offer you an introduction to the basic linguistic elements of Chinese: Phonetic symbols 'pinyin', tones, vocabulary, and sentence structures. You will be given an opportunity to practice vocabulary and grammatical knowledge through drills, translation exercises, and other communicative activities. You will also learn to converse in spoken Chinese on a variety of topics applicable to everyday life and relationship-building.
3.00
Fall, Spring
Undergraduate
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This course is designed for students who have completed CHI 2110 or have acquired the pronunciation of pinyin and some basic Chinese vocabulary. This course has two objectives: To continue developing conversation skills for communication in Chinese in every-day situations and relationship building (the relationship between language and culture and the appropriate use of Chinese in a sociolinguistic context will be emphasized), and to introduce Chinese characters and build up basic skills in reading and writing in Chinese. Prerequisite: CHI 2110
3.00
Spring
Undergraduate
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This course is the second part of the complete Intermediate level of Chinese. You will further your knowledge and proficiency using intermediate-level vocabulary and sentence structure. Emphasis is on the development of sentence and discourse proficiency and Chinese character recognition. Prerequisite: CHI 3110.
3.00
Spring
Undergraduate
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This course will encourage participation in the university's chapel program. Chapel provides students with an opportunity for corporate worship with the CIU community, hearing and responding to teaching and preaching from the Word of God, hearing from missionaries and alumni serving around the world, exposure to our core values, support and encouragement for guest speakers not familiar with the CIU community, and fellowship with one another. The aim is to encourage and challenge you in your personal walk with the Lord and service for Him.
0.00
Fall, Spring
Undergraduate
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Division: Graduate

TBD
This is an independent study available to juniors and seniors by special arrangement with instructor. Consult with your academic advisor.
1.00-3.00
Spring
Graduate
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This course will encourage your participation in the university's chapel program. Chapel provides you with an opportunity for corporate worship with the CIU community, hearing and responding to teaching and preaching from the Word of God, hearing from missionaries and alumni serving around the world, exposure to our core values, and fellowship with one another. You will be encouraged and challenged in your personal walk with the Lord and service for Him.
0.00
Fall, Spring
Graduate
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This course will encourage your participation in the university's chapel program. Chapel provides you with an opportunity for corporate worship with the CIU community, hearing and responding to teaching and preaching from the Word of God, hearing from missionaries and alumni serving around the world, exposure to our core values, and fellowship with one another. You will be encouraged and challenged in your personal walk with the Lord and service for Him.
0.00
Fall, Spring
Graduate
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This course will encourage your participation in the university's chapel program. Chapel provides you with an opportunity for corporate worship with the CIU community, hearing and responding to teaching and preaching from the Word of God, hearing from missionaries and alumni serving around the world, exposure to our core values, and fellowship with one another. You will be encouraged and challenged in your personal walk with the Lord and service for Him.
0.00
Fall, Spring
Graduate
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