ORLD 350 Management Information Systems (3) Studen ts examine th e formal and informal functions of organizations and analyze an agencyor organization based on a systems model. Students will also analyze and solve organiza­ tional probl ems using a step-by-step approach. This analysis will be applied to student's Senior Project. ORLD 360 Statistical Methods and Research (3) Problem analysis and evaluation tech­ niques are presented. Students are shown methods for defining, research­ ing, analyzing, and evaluating a prob­ lem they would solve in their work or avocational environment. Specific sta­ tistical information covered in the course includes identifying and measur­ ing objectives, collecting data, working with significance levels, analyzing vari­ ance, and constructing questionnaires. ORLD 370 Interpersonal Communication (3) This module investigates communica­ tion and relationships in creating a productive work environmen t. Effec­ tiveness in personal and social rela­ tionships is also covered through read­ ings and exercises concerning non-ver­ bal feedback , dealing with anger, and resolving conflict. Students develop a model for effective relationships. ORLD 380 Managerial Accounting (3) An overview of financial tools available to the manager in decision-making. Includes a study of income statements, balance sheets , cash flow, budgets , changes in financial position and ratio analysis. Emphasis is on reading and understanding accounting documents rather than upon their preparation. ORLD 410 Biblical Concepts Seminar Ill (1) The role of special revelation formu­ lating ethical values with focus on bib­ lical principles with releva nce for organizations. An exam in ation of fundamental moral principl es and their cultural expression as well as the biblical basis for values and morality. ORLD 420 Symposium Ill (1) Case studies in the meaning of God, man and life with relevance to ethical choices in our professional and personal lives. ORLD 430 Human Resource Management (3) Students will explore the key elements of the human resource management function from personnel planning and forecasting through the search and

behavior that demonstrate both the method and difficulties of integration and application. Students, throughout the course, will be encouraged to apply the principles of integration to their own experience in order to develop a mind­ set of thinking Christianlyas an essential component of their life and education. ORLD 240 Foundations of Lifelong Leaming (2) Consideration of life development the­ ory/ career patterns and future trends as foundations for lifelong learning. Specific emphasis will be placed upon analysis of experienti al learning outcomes. Guid­ ance will be given for preparation of a portfolio which documents prior learning. ORLD 310 Biblical Concepts Seminar II (1) This seminar is designed to identify biblical concepts that provide a basis in special revelation for human rela­ tionships and interpersonal communi­ cation . Attention will be given to the biblical description of human beings as designed and created by God, the nature and consequences of the fall and the impact of salvation and sancti­

selection process, compensation, orien­ tation, performance evaluation, training and degree, corrective action progran1s and termination. Specific atten tion will be given as to how biblical principles impacting relationships with people should be interwoven throughout the human resource management process. ORLD 440 Principles of Management and Supervision (4) Students will study the nature of management principles and their appli- cation through the use of biblical con- cep~. Motivational theory and applica- tion, leadership qualities and styles and negotiation will receive special attention. ORLD 450 Organizational Ethics (3) The capstone course in which the stu- dent formulates a philosophy of life, providing the base fo r such concerns as ethics in organizations, accountabil- ity in government , respect for human righ ts, and a responsible lifestyle in our contemporary world . Ethical the- ories and personal values are exam- ined through readings, analysis of the work place and classroom di scussion. ORLD 470 Senior Project I (2) The student is assisted in selecting a topi c, the use of a computerized data base, research techniques and writing. Emphasis is on the integration of bib­ lical and other sources in the research which is related to a specific issue , problem or opportunity. ORLD 480 Senior Project II (3) This fina l portion of the Senior Pro­ ject gives the studen t opportuni ty to write a document detailing the con­ clusions and recommendations. ORLD 499 Continuous Enrollment (0) Required for BOLD sn1dents who have finished their three regular BOLD terms but will not be graduating. Fee: $50. ENGLISH LANGUAGE STUDIES PROGRAM Director: Sung W. Lee, Ed .D. FACULTY Assistant Professors: Cole, Taskesen OBJECTIVES The English Language Studies Pro­ gram (ELSP) is designed to develop students' proficiency in English and to better prepare them to achieve their degrees at Biola. All non-native English speaking Christian students are invited to participate in this in tensive English program at Biola University.

The requirements for the fo llow­ ing can be met by course work or CPL: ■ Literature - 3 units ■ Fine Arts - 3 units ■ History (Western Civilization and United States) - 8 units E. Foreign Language - The gen­ eral education requirement for a foreign language for the adult degree program is two years of the same high school lan­ guage or four units of a college language. F. Completion of the BOLD bib­ lical studies learni ng outcome. A learning outcome worksheet is avail­ able from BOLD office. CURRICULUM The major consists of I8 required courses. Obtaining a degree in this major consists of 41 units of which 24 units must be upper division in the BOLD program. Must include 210, 220, 240, 310, 320, 330, 340, 350, 360, 370, 380,410,420,430,440,450,470, 480. CREDIT FOR PRIOR LEARNING Undergraduate students working for a degree in Organizational Leader­ ship have the opportunity to earn elec­ tive credit toward graduation through the evaluation of prior learning acquired outside an institution of higher learning. Credit is awarded only after a student's record has been carefully weighed by the

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fication on human beings. ORLD 320 Symposium II (1)

Specific passages illustrating various aspects of in terpersonal communica­ tion taken largely from Old Testa­ ment wisdom literature 0ob, Psalms, Proverbs , Ecclesiastes , Song of Solomon) and selected New Testa­ ment passages will be studied and their practical implications for inter­ personal communication discussed. Case studies will be considered and evaluated in the light of material from both general and special revelation. ORLO 330 Theology and the Christian Lile (3) A consideration of God's Person, existing as one God, ye t manifested in three Persons, Father, Son and Holy Spirit and the believer's responsibility to the Church , Christ's body, as well as to the world at large as an agent of reconciliation in God's broader king­ dom program in the end times. ORLD 340 Group and Organizational Behavior (3) This module is a study of group behavior and how groups function effectively. Emphasis is placed on decision making and resolving con­ flict in groups. Students develop strategies for efficient and productive group management and determin e which tasks are handled by groups or individuals. The Senior Project is begun in week three of this module.

faculty of the University. SENIOR PROJECT

Each student will complete a Senior Project which will emphasize research related to a real problem in the work­ place or community. Along with the knowledge and perspective gained while completing the project, the stu­ dent will develop skills in thinking, writ­ ing, effecting change, research and writ­ ing proposals. The project is developed over a course of nine months with the assistance of a senior project advisor. COURSES ORLD 210 Biblical Concepts Seminar I (1) Consideration of life development the­ ory/career patterns and future trends as foundations for lifelong learning. Specific emphasis will be placed upon analysis of experiential learning outcomes. Guid­ ance will be given for preparation of a portfolio which documents prior learning. ORLD 220 Symposium I (1) This course will provide an opportunity to apply the understanding arrived at through integration to real life situa­ tions. Students will examine case studies taken from group and organizational

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