Winter Intersession 2013

Winter Intersession 2013

J Term or Winter Intersession at ACU offers a unique opportunity for students to try new courses on topics of current interest, conduct research with faculty or participate in a study abroad program. Winter Intersession is the perfect time to get ahead on your college course work or visit a foreign country. The fast pace and shortened schedule allows you to focus on just one class, immersing yourself in the subject.  This often makes completing a difficult class more doable. It can also make your regular semester load lighter. So join with other ACU students who have made the smart decision to earn credit this winter break. Winter Intersession at ACU will be January 3 – 24, 2013 (no classes on January 21, Martin Luther King Day). Winter Intersession courses are open to current and visiting students. Students may take a maximum of 6 credits per session. Permission to take more than two courses or 6 credit hours per session must be obtained from the academic dean. You can sign up for classes in Science, History, Mathematics, Media Studies, Bible, Politics and many others that are part of the General Studies or Major and Minor requirements. Intensive seminars and interdisciplinary include courses such as Relational Communication and Bioethics. New study abroad courses are currently being added, so please check our web site for updated destination information Registration is currently open! To take Winter Intersession classes at ACU, here’s what to do: View the Winter Intersession class schedule on the ACU home page. Meet with your faculty advisor to determine the proper course work to take for your degree requirements....
ACU to Host Lecture Series on the Synthesis of Science and Faith

ACU to Host Lecture Series on the Synthesis of Science and Faith

Arizona Christian University is pleased to serve as the host campus to the Arizona Origin Science Association’s lecture series on the scientific evidence for a biblical account of creation. The symposium will feature scientists from across the United States speaking on a wide range of topics including seeing God’s design through chemistry, a six-day view of creation, and world views on the universe. The Arizona Origin Science Association (AzOSA) is an association of scientists that seek to promote creation science in churches, schools and to the general public. The association’s members include scientists from a range of fields including microbiology, zoology, mathematics, meteorology and orbital mechanics. President of AzOSA Dr. Joseph Kezele, M.D., hopes the presentations will help attendees better understand that creation is the only logical explanation for the origin of the world. Dr. Kezele, who also serves as the chairman of ACU’s biology department, stated, “This series will help ACU fulfill its mission to transform culture through biblical truth.” The lecture series is open to the public and free of charge and will meet in room 101 of the Student Activity Center at 7 p.m. on the following dates: September 19th, October 17th, November 14th, February 20th, March 20th and April 7th. For more information on AzOSA and to learn more about the lectures, visit www.azosa.org. You can download Dr. Kezele’s creation science presentations on his biographical page on the ACU...
The Case for Christian Political Engagement (Part I)

The Case for Christian Political Engagement (Part I)

Less than 100 days! Sunday (July 29) marked the official countdown of the final 100 days until the 2012 presidential election. For political junkies, the presidential campaign is a better spectator sport than the London Summer Olympic Games – a glorious final few months of political jockeying and showmanship in an epic race to determine the leader of the free world – a race that comes only once every four years. But 100 days may seem interminable to anyone who is not a political junkie. Young voters (age 18-29) – many of whom are able to vote for the first time in a presidential election – report a growing disillusionment with politics. The current generation of college students appears just as likely to tune out of politics, than turn out to vote this November. Recent studies identify a number of frustrations young voters express about the American political process: increased polarization and partisanship, their inability to distinguish between truth and political “spin” to participate intelligently in the political process, and uncertainty over whether their vote can make a difference. What I hear from many Christian college students I speak with is that they are turned off by the lack of civility – the downright nastiness – of politics today. They point specifically to negative ads and name-calling, heated political discussions among friends, disingenuous political “spin,” and seemingly endless partisan bickering and gridlock. But are those good reasons to drop out of the political process? I believe the current political climate calls for just the opposite response:  The very nastiness of the current political system demands Christian involvement, engagement, and...
Enrollment Still Open for Fall 2012

Enrollment Still Open for Fall 2012

If you’ve been thinking about joining the Firestorm community and enrolling in ACU for the fall 2012 semester, there’s still time! Classes are filling up quickly, but we’ve saved a seat just for you! With multiple degree options and a vibrant campus life, there’s something for everyone. To begin your application process today, click here. And if you need a little extra motivation, we’ll even waive your application fee! Simply enter waiver code “acuwaiver” when...
Sen. Kyl Encourages and Challenges ACU Graduates

Sen. Kyl Encourages and Challenges ACU Graduates

Nearly 1,500 friends, family and supporters who attended the Arizona Christian University 2012 Commencement on May 12, 2012 at Scottsdale Bible Church were able to celebrate the accomplishments of 94 graduates and hear a challenging message from U.S. Sen. Jon Kyl. Sen. Kyl, listed by Time Magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the world, spoke about his own faith and cited a number of passages of Scripture in his message, which was taped by C-SPAN for a national television broadcast later this summer.  Sen. Kyl strong encouraged graduates to work hard at whatever they were doing, as hard work, discipline and preparation would serve them no matter where God called them. President Len Munsil delivered a charge to the graduates, urging them to set aside cynicism about the future and the economy and embrace the opportunity God has given them in this generation to shine as lights in the midst of a dark world. Provost and Senior Vice President Dr. Gary Damore led the processional with a ceremonial mace hand-crafted by Biblical Studies Chairman Dr. Jerry Burnette. The mace symbolizes the degree-granting authority of Arizona Christian University. At a reception on Friday evening on the campus of ACU, graduating seniors were honored with a variety of awards representing excellence in academics, athletics, music and leadership. The following students were recognized: Outstanding Student in Behavioral Studies: Brittney Meyer Outstanding Student in Biblical Studies: Anne Munsil Outstanding Student in Business Administration: Oscar Ortiz Gonzalez Outstanding Student in Business Administration (DCP): Stephen Szoradi Outstanding Student in Christian Ministries: Tyler Brown Outstanding Student in Christian Service: Dakota Smith Outstanding...
Take your summer break at ACU!

Take your summer break at ACU!

Take your summer break at ACU and earn yourself some credit this summer. Summer is the perfect time to get ahead on your college course work. ACU summer courses are open to current and visiting students. You can sign up for classes in Astronomy, Bible, Behavioral Studies, Business, History, Ethics, Mathematics, Internships, Independent Study, Research and many others that are part of the General Studies or Major and Minor requirements. So join with other ACU students who have made the smart decision to earn credit this summer. Summer courses offer you a quality education that is close to home and the price is only $560 per credit hour! Students may take a maximum of 6 credits per session. Permission to take more than two courses or 6 credit hours per session must be obtained from the academic dean. If you would like to take summer classes at ACU, here’s what to do: View the summer class schedule on the ACU home page. Meet with your faculty advisor to determine the proper course work to take for your degree requirements. Complete and submit the registration form by May 14, 2012.You do not need to include payment for tuition and fees. A bill will be mailed to you. For information call 1(800) 247-2697 or...
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