Spring 2019 Course Descriptions   -   Jan. 14th - May 10th

  • BIB 125 Survey of NT Literature: This course surveys the entire New Testament with special emphasis on the life of Christ and the growth of the early church.  Special attention is given to the historical and cultural background of the first century and its influence on the teachings of Christ and the church.  Evangelism and the principles of Christian living are emphasized in the epistles of Paul, John and Peter. Meets Tuesdays from 9:00am -11:00am and Fridays from 9:00am -10:00am. (3 Credits)

  • BIB 220 Biblical Synthesis: This is a systematic study of the Old and New Testament Books with consideration given to chronology, geography, culture, history, doctrine, and practical implications. This course will put the Bible together in such a way that the student will understand how all the pieces fit together to make up the whole. This study will provide an overview of the Bible that will create a Christian world view. Meets Mondays from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm from Feb. 18th - April 15th. (3 Credits)

  • HST 120 Church History: This course is a survey of the history of Christianity from its beginnings to the 21st century. It explores significant people, movements, events, and theological developments that have shaped the church. Special attention is given to considering how insights from the Christian past inform contemporary faith and practice. Meets Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays from 8:00am - 9:00am. (3 Credits)

  • HUM 210 Principles of Worship part 2: This course will look at worship from a broad aspect, examining the various expressions of worship, both individually and corporately, as well as leading a corporate worship service.  Students will be challenged to examine their understanding of worship and their personal expressions of worship. HUM 110 is a pre-requisite for HUM 210. Meets Wednesdays from 10:00am - 12:00pm. (2 Credits)

  • THE 210 Christian Evidences: This course is designed to train students to give a solid, logical defense for their faith. Emphasis is placed on the use of evidence, God’s existence, the Scriptures, Bible prophecy, the life and work of Christ, assorted objections to Christianity, the Bible’s relationship to science, the Great Flood, and Evolution/Creation. Meets Mondays 9:00am-11:00am when Biblical Synthesis is not in session, every Tuesday 11:00am - 12:00pm and every Friday 10:00am-12:00pm. (4 Credits)


For individual classes, tuition is $135 per credit (e.g. $405 for a 3 credit class). Anyone who wishes to audit a class would pay $101.25 per credit. For former ITE graduates who wish to earn their associate degree, tuition is $360 per class ($120 per credit). Talk with Taunya about what classes you will need to complete your degree.

Students who enroll in classes this year and then enroll as a full-time student for the 2019-20 and/or 2020-21 school years will have the cost of the tuition they paid this year deducted from the semester in which the class(es) they successfully completed is(are) offered again. (Students must pass the class for tuition to be deducted.)