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Lubbock Christian University

Faculty

  • Ronna Privett, Ph.D., Chair
  • Shenai Alonge, M.A.
  • Jana Anderson, M.A.
  • Susan Blassingame, Ph.D.
  • Matt Byars, Ph.D.
  • Tim Byars, J.D.
  • Carole Carroll, Ph.D.
  • Kregg Fehr, Ph.D.
  • Kenneth Hawley, Ph.D.
  • Micah Heatwole, M.A.
  • Keith Owen, Ph.D.
  • Michael Whitley, Ph.D.

Bachelor of Arts in Humanities

  1. University Core (45 hours)
    • BIB1310  Introduction to the Old Testament
    • BIB1320  Introduction to the New Testament
    • BIB3305  Christian Heritage
    • BIB3310  Christian Life
    • COM2340  Communication for the Professional
    • ENG1301  Composition Studies
    • ENG1302  Composition and Literature
    • 3 hours from
      • PSY1300  General Psychology
      • SOC1300  General Sociology
    • HIS2301  History of the United States I
    • ESS1200  Personal Fitness and Wellness
    • UNI1170  University Seminar
    • UNI2000  University Skills
    • MAT1311  College Algebra
    • 3 hours from
      • GOV2301  National Government
      • GOV2302  Texas State and Local Government
    • 3 hours from BIO, CHE, NRC or PHY
    • 3 hours from AFA 2350 or History of ART, THA, or MUS
    • 3 hours from REL 3301 or upper level PHI
  2. Major (30 hours)
    • HUM2300  Exploring the Human Experience
    • ENG2301  Masterpieces of Literature
    • HIS1315  World History and Geography I
    • HIS1316  World History and Geography II
    • HIS2302  History of the United States II
    • 6 hours upper level ENG
    • 3 hours upper level HIS
    • 3 hours upper level GOV
    • HUM4380  Senior Research
  3. Supporting Courses (21-23 hours)
    • 6-8 hours in FOL
    • 3 hours in HSC, PSY, or SOC
    • 12 hours from one of the following areas (all 12 hours need to be in the same discipline with minor exceptions for prerequisites if needed)
      • ACC (Accounting)
      • ART (Art)
      • BIO (Biology)
      • BUA (Business Administration)
      • CFM (Children’s Ministry)
      • CHE (Chemistry)
      • COM (Communications)
      • DMA (Digital Media Arts)
      • ECO (Economics)
      • FIN (Finance)
      • FOL (Foreign Language)
      • IST (Information Systems)
      • MAT (Math)
      • MGT (Management)
      • MIS (Missions)
      • NRC (Natural Resource Conservation)
      • YFM (Youth and Family Ministry)
  4. Specialization or Minor (18 hours)
    • Specialization
      • 18 hours from one area, 12 of which must be upper level
    • Minor
      • 18 hours as defined by minor department
  5. Electives (10-12 hours)
  6. Total (126 hours)

Bachelor of Arts in English

  1. University Core (45 hours)
    • BIB1310  Introduction to the Old Testament
    • BIB1320  Introduction to the New Testament
    • BIB3305  Christian Heritage
    • BIB3310  Christian Life
    • COM2340  Communication for the Professional
    • ENG1301  Composition Studies
    • ENG1302  Composition and Literature
    • 3 hours from
      • PSY1300  General Psychology
      • SOC1300  General Sociology
    • HIS2301  History of the United States I
    • ESS1200  Personal Fitness and Wellness
    • UNI1170  University Seminar
    • UNI2000  University Skills
    • MAT1311  College Algebra
    • 3 hours from
      • GOV2301  National Government
      • GOV2302  Texas State and Local Government
    • 3 hours from BIO, CHE, NRC or PHY
    • 6 hours from
      • AFA2350  Introduction to Fine Arts or History of Art, Music, or Theater
      • REL3301  World Religions or upper level PHI
      • HUM2300  Exploring the Human Experience
  2. Major (39 hours)
    • ENG2301  Masterpieces of Literature
    • ENG3304  Advanced Composition
    • ENG3307  Classical and Contemporary Rhetoric
    • ENG3317  Approaches to Advanced Grammar
    • 3 hours from upper level ENG
    • Creative Writing Emphasis
      • ENG3302  Introduction to English Studies
      • ENG3305  Introduction to Creative Writing
      • ENG4304  Fiction Writing Workshop
      • ENG4308  Poetry Writing Workshop
      • 9 hours from upper level ENG
      • HUM4380  Senior Research
    • Literature Emphasis
      • ENG3302  Introduction to English Studies
      • 6 hours from
        • ENG3311  American Novel
        • ENG3313  American Literature to 1890
        • ENG3321  African-American Literature
        • ENG3322  American Literature since 1890
      • 6 hours from
        • ENG4315  British Writers to 1800
        • ENG4316  English Novel
        • ENG4323  British Writers since 1800
        • ENG4324  Shakespeare
      • 6 hours from upper level ENG
      • HUM4380  Senior Research
    • Professional Writing Emphasis
      • ENG3308  Technical Writing
      • ENG3310  Writing Grant Proposals
      • ENG4318  Research Writing
      • 12 hours from
        • COM2351  Introduction to Public Relations
        • DMA2344  Multimedia Design
        • DMA3342  Document Design
        • IST3351  Web Design
        • Up to 6 hours upper level ENG
      • HUM4330  Internship
    • Journalism Emphasis
      • COM1351  Principles of Mass Media
      • ENG3305  Introduction to Creative Writing
      • 6 hours from upper level GOV or HIS
      • 9 hours from
        • COM1101, 2101  Yearbook
        • COM1105, 2105  Campus Newspaper
        • COM3301  Sports Writing and Reporting
        • COM3343  News Reporting
        • Up to 6 hours upper level ENG
      • HUM4330  Internship
  3. Supporting Courses (30-32 hours)
    • 6-8 hours from FOL
    • 3 hours upper level HIS
    • 3 hours upper level GOV
    • 12 hours from one of the following areas (all 12 hours need to be in the same discipline with minor exceptions for prerequisites if needed)
      • ACC (Accounting)
      • ART (Art)
      • BIO (Biology)
      • BUA (Business Administration)
      • CFM (Children’s Ministry)
      • CHE (Chemistry)
      • COM (Communications)
      • DMA (Digital Media Arts)
      • ECO (Economics)
      • FIN (Finance)
      • FOL (Foreign Language)
      • IST (Information Systems)
      • MAT (Math)
      • MGT (Management)
      • MIS (Missions)
      • NRC (Natural Resource Conservation)
      • YFM (Youth and Family Ministry)
    • 6 hours from
      • HIS1315  World History and Geography I
      • HIS1316  World History and Geography II
      • HIS2302  History of the United States II
  4. Minor or Electives (10-12 hours)
  5. Total (126 hours)

Bachelor of Arts in History

    University Core (45 hours)
    • BIB1310  Introduction to the Old Testament
    • BIB1320  Introduction to the New Testament
    • BIB3305  Christian Heritage
    • BIB3310  Christian Life
    • COM2340  Communication for the Professional
    • ENG1301  Composition Studies
    • ENG1302  Composition and Literature
    • 3 hours from
      • PSY1300  General Psychology
      • SOC1300  General Sociology
    • HIS2301  History of the United States I
    • ESS1200  Personal Fitness and Wellness
    • UNI1170  University Seminar
    • UNI2000  University Skills
    • MAT1311  College Algebra
    • 3 hours from
      • GOV2301  National Government
      • GOV2302  Texas State and Local Government
    • 3 hours from BIO, CHE, NRC or PHY
    • 6 hours from
      • AFA2350  Introduction to Fine Arts or History of Art, Music, or Theater
      • REL3301  World Religions or upper level PHI
      • HUM2300  Exploring the Human Experience
  1. Major (36 hours)
    • HIS2302  History of the United States II
    • HIS1315  World History and Geography I
    • HIS1316  World History and Geography II
    • HUM4380  Senior Research
    • 12 hours from
      • HIS3310  History of Asia
      • HIS3320  History of Africa
      • HIS3323  Ancient History
      • HIS3330  History of Latin America
      • HIS3341  America and the Middle East
      • HIS4320  Victorian Studies  
      • HIS4325  History of England to 1714
      • HIS4326  Modern Europe 1715 to the Present
    • 12 hours from
      • HIS2350  History of Texas
      • HIS3313  Colonial America
      • HIS3315  Jeffersonian and Jacksonian America
      • HIS3318  The American West
      • HIS4302  Civil War and Reconstruction
      • HIS4313  The Gilded Age through the Jazz Age
      • HIS4314  Recent America
      • HIS4315  The Great War
      • HIS4316  Depression and War
  2. Supporting Courses (23-25 hours)
    • ENG2301  Masterpieces of Literature
    • GEG2300  Regional Geography of the World
    • 3 hours from FIN 2301 Personal Financial Planning or ECO
    • 6-8 hours FOL
    • 3 hours upper level ENG
    • 3 hours upper level GOV
    • 2 hours from ESS 1270 First Aid and CPR or 2 activity courses
  3. Minor or Electives (20-22 hours)
  4. Total (126 hours)

Pre-Law

Enroll in B.A. in Humanities with Pre-law as specialization.

Minor in Creative Writing

  • ENG3304  Advanced Composition
  • ENG3305  Creative Writing
  • ENG4304  Fiction Writing Workshop
  • ENG4308  Poetry Writing Workshop
  • 6 hours from ENG writing courses

Minor in English

  • 18 hours from ENG (9 upper level)

Interdisciplinary Minor in Film Studies

  • ENG3326  Introduction to Film Studies
  • ENG4326  Literature and Film
  • 3 hours from
    • HUM4330
    • COM4330
    • Note: A media- and/or film-related internship in another area may be substituted with agreement from the Film Studies minor advisor
  • 9 hours from courses with a film and/or media emphasis. The following courses are recommended:
    • ENG4313  Studies in Drama
    • COM3331  Television Production
    • COM3350  Worship Media Production
    • DMA2344  Multimedia Design
    • DMA3310  Digital Video
    • ENG4352  Special Topics in Film

Minor in History

  • 12 hours upper level HIS
  • 6 hours from
    • HIS2301  History of the United States I; and
    • HIS2302  History of the United States II; or
    • HIS1315  World History and Geography I; and
    • HIS1316  World History and Geography II

Minor in Humanities

  • HUM2300  Exploring the Human Experience
  • 3 hours upper level ENG
  • 3 hours upper level HIS
  • 3 hours upper level GOV
  • 6 hours from ENG, GOV, HIS, HUM, PHI, or Arts History

Minor in Law and Government

  • 18 hours (12 upper level)
    • 12 hours GOV
    • 6 hours from
      • CRJ
      • GOV
      • BUA4301  Business Law