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Communication & Languages Courses

COM100 — Introduction to Communication (3)

COM100 will, first and foremost, focus on communicating with the Lord—the cornerstone of all other communication. Secondly, the course is project based: With the assistance of your instructor, you will design and implement a project that is meaningful to you and grounded in your work, ministry, and/or community. Through this process, you will examine some of the ways in which messages and meanings are constructed, conveyed, and received, and in the end, become a more effective communicator, problem-solver, and leader.

LNG180 - Introduction to Academic Writing & Research (3)

This course provides an overview of basic grammar, paragraph writing, and essay composition. Students are introduced to different types of writing, with particular emphasis on the research paper. How to prepare a research paper and use the proper citation conventions of RMC are included.

LNG285 - Elementary New Testament Greek I (3)

A course in New Testament Greek grammar stressing the acquisition of vocabulary, inflectional forms for conjugations and declensions of nouns, and the understanding and translation of the indicative verb as preparation for LNG286.

LNG286 - Elementary New Testament Greek II (3)

A course stressing the acquisition of a working vocabulary and the mastery of forms, vocabulary, syntax, and fundamental principles of Greek grammar. Prerequisite: LNG285.

LNG383 - Intermediate Greek (3)

A working understanding of an intermediate grammar with assignments in vocabulary designed to increase vocabulary and reading ability, and the transmission of the Greek New Testament and ability to read the critical apparatus. Prerequisite: LNG286.

We want to share with you our excitement for a new way of learning at Rocky Mountain College.

Pathways is our new “distributed learning” model. It is taking our classroom courses out of the box, and down the road to where you are.

With our focus on discipleship, leadership and social care, Pathways now enables students, professionals, and life-long learners, to take advantage of our programs and courses no matter where they are.

Courses are available to Anyone. Anywhere. Anytime. Often times God speaks to us and we yearn for a richer life. But obstacles appear.

Pathways is about removing obstacles and allowing access to quality learning experiences. We foster changed lives both locally and globally.

It is our hope that we can show you a new pathway to learning, ministry and a richer, more meaningful life. Thank you for exploring RMC’s Pathways program.

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