REGISTER FOR ONLINE SUMMER CLASSES TODAY!
Classes begin on June 20th and end on August 19st.
ONLY $125 PER CREDIT!
Are you looking to continue your education from the comfort of your home or anywhere you can get wifi? Look no further! Justice College has classes beginning on June 20th and will conclude on August 19th. Below are a list of classes offered and descriptions of each class. All courses will be taught using Canvas. Justice College prides itself on being one of the most affordable colleges in all of Arizona, each class is only $125 per credit! If you are a current student please email email@example.com with the classes you would like to enroll into, and they will be added to your student portal. If you are a new student, please fill out the application below to register for online classes today!
ECO101 – Economic Development & Macroeconomics - 3 credits
Students will study the persistent disparities between developed and less developed countries, challenges faced by less developed countries, historical and modern theories regarding economic development, and an introduction to growth theory. It will show the global relationship of supply and demand, and how economies are interconnected globally.
JUS100 – Theology of Compassion & Justice - 3 credits
This course reviews the biblical foundation for compassion and traces the Church’s theological interpretation and practical application of compassion throughout history. Students will study the heroes of justice and compassion through history. The course will provide grounding for understanding the connection between spiritual formation and justice. This course also establishes the biblical foundation for social justice and compassion; from the Pentateuch to Christ. Students will study the heroes of justice and compassion through history. The course will provide grounding for understanding the connection between spiritual formation and justice, and the necessity of doing justice and compassion today.
PSY100 – Psychology of Personal Development - 3 credits
This course provides students with basic knowledge of psychology in order to better understand the psychological needs of people, how to understand human behavior and how to deal with interpersonal problems while integrating Christianity and Psychology. A Biblical view of human beings, their behavior and their relationship to learning is the starting point of the course.