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EDU 5671 Introduction to Website DevelopmentDesigning and developing a website presents new and difficult challenges. Typography, images, sound and video must all be incorporated into a user friendly environment. Navigation must be intuitive and quick. Technical issues, such as bandwidth, file size and format are important considerations during the design process. This course will introduce these topics for their basic understanding, through the exploration of Websites and a series of assignments. Students will create their own Websites and refine them through group critique. 1 credit. Mr. Kevin Yoon.
EDU 5672 Online MinistriesThis course is a comprehensive exploration of the internet as a new frontier for ministry and will examine many of the existing technologies. The course offers a hands-on approach in using the tools and online software. Students will develop a clear understanding of and confidence in the use of such basic tools as building a website, email newsletters, online video presentations, flash presentations from PowerPoint shows, and podcasts. Each student will build a basic website and set up tools needed to communicate with their congregation/community. 3 credits. Grant.
EDU 5701 Spirituality of GolfThis course examines Golf as a “hobby life” activity and a strategy for kingdom-building. Golf can be a method of mind-body discipline, an avenue for encounter with the spirit world, and an environment for personal evangelism and network building. Students will play two rounds of golf and participate in oral and written reflection. 1 credit, Dr. Hendricks.
EDU 5801 Ministerial Self-Discovery
After an orientation to the programs and possibilities for ministry at UTS, the primary focus will be on developing a vision for study at UTS that is relevant to the student’s personal and career goals and leads to greater competency in religious leadership. Students will evaluate, discuss and analyze a contemporary context for their own future missions and ministries. 0 credits. Faculty.