Courses & Seminars

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Courses & Descriptions

Professor David Hull, M.Div.
Jesus said, “Think not that I came to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I did not come to abolish, but to fulfill.” 
Although we are not under the Law (Romans 6:14), these four books contain material that is still valuable and relevant for us today.  They present not only law, but exciting history as well, including some of the most momentous events in history.  Furthermore, they reveal much about Jesus Christ.  He will be at the core of our study.

  • Hybrid: Mondays 6:00pm – 8:30pm
  • January 24 2022 – May 2 2022
  • BIB 402-405 or BIB 602-605, 3 semester credit

Professor Milton “Milt” Dahl, M.A.R.N.
This ten-week class, based on the research of multiple respected neuroscientists, presents cutting edge insights from brain, human development, traumatology, emotional regulation, motivation, and interpersonal relation sciences while reinforcing scriptural teachings. 
A set of 19 relational brain skills which are rapidly dropping out of society, has been identified by Life Model Works.  The lack of these skills contributes to all sorts of trauma and societal and relational chaos.  This course provides a scriptural and scientific background for leaders, teachers, healing professionals or anyone called to respond in life-giving ways to the challenge of restoring community and family.  No science background is necessary.

  • Online: Mondays 6:00pm – 8:30pm
  • January 24 2022 – March 28 2022
  • CNS 371/CNS 471, 2 semester credits

Professor Caryn Alfsen, M.A.
As biblical counselors we must first confront ourselves in light of God’s word before we can biblically help others. 
In this course the student will examine Salvation and what we have because of our relationship with God and the resources He provides. The student will gain God’s perspective on our troubles and how to practically apply the Word of God to real struggles. 

  • Hybrid: Tuesdays 9:30am – 12:00pm
  • January 25 2022 – May 3 2022 
  • CNS 385/CNS 585, 3 semester credits 

Professor Brian Bailey, M.A.
The biblical character of Ruth is a person who traveled a difficult road in life. 
Her book tells us the path she took from the terrible darkness of tragedy to the glorious light of God’s mercy and gracious provision.  Come travel the road with Ruth and her mother-in-law Naomi, and see God work to bring healing and blessing.  

  • On campus: Mondays 9:30am – 12:00pm
  • January 31 2022 – February 28 2022
  • BIB 436, 1 semester credit

Professor Margaret Swinger, M.A.
The truths of God’s Word will give confidence, patience, and Hope to stand firm. Jesus is Lord of His Church. He will build His Church and the gates of hell shall not prevail. The class will help to increase the knowledge of God’s Faithfulness as we go through this (foreign) world. This world is not our final home

  • Online: Tuesdays 6:00pm – 8:30pm
  • February 22 2022 – April 26 2022
  • BIB 360-361/BIB 560-561, 2 semester credits

Professor Anne Breedlove, M.S.
Develop a deeper authenticity in prayer as you, a special creation, learn to pray as only you can. 
This class is designed to equip and enable each person to 1) promote a lifestyle of prayer, 2) develop the tools that are needed to apply prayer to every life situation, and 3) walk grounded in His Word and stand firmly in His authority. 

  • On campus: Tuesdays 9:30am – 12:00pm
  • February 22 2022 – March 22 2022
  • MIN 350 or THE 311, 1 semester credit 

Professor Gregg Wareham, Ph.D.
No level is too simple and no question is too dumb. 
The only dumb question is the one that you don’t ask.  We will touch on it all ~ software, hardware, phones, laptops, desktops, apps, social media and more.  We won’t learn it all, but each person who joins me for this five week journey will walk away with more skills and knowledge than they had before. 

  • Hybrid: Tuesdays 12:00pm – 1:05pm
  • February 22 2022 – March 22 2022
  • MIN 303, .25 semester credits
  • $17.25 for audit, $31.25 for BA, $36.25 for MA

Professor Wilma Williams
Learn tools and strategies for growing and expanding a nonprofit or for profit business plan, product, or program.  
Tools and strategies focus on summarizing the most important points and key elements for planning strategically or vision casting. Topics include: Mission; Vision; Customer Segment; Value Proposition; Customer Relationships; Channels; Revenue Streams; Key Resources; Key Activities; Key Partners; Budgeting (Profit Plan and Cost Structure)

  • On campus: Tuesdays 6:00pm – 8:30pm
  • February 22 2022 – March 22 2022
  • MIN 562, 1 semester credit

Professor Warren Becker, Ph.D.
Did you know that your God-given grace gifts impact all of your relationships? 
This is a very practical course that will help you examine how your grace gift mix is impacted by significant life influences and how it impacts your relationships with God-Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, your spouse, your children and grandchildren, your relationships at work, and your relationships at church.  Prerequisite:  MIN or CNS 454, Designed by God’s Grace.  

  • On campus: Thursdays 6:00pm – 8:30pm
  • February 24 2022 – April 28 2022
  • CNS 456 or MIN 456, 2 semester credits
  • $15 material fee

Professor Brenda “B.J.” Jarmon, Ph.D.
If hearing God has seemed challenging, Dr. Jarmon invites you to explore a more intimate relationship with Him, one that can make hearing Him – His will, His heart, and His voice – your ongoing experience. 
Discover how you can listen with greater confidence, clarity, and discernment. Discerning the Voice of God Workbook by Priscilla Shirer, LifeWay Press. 

  • On campus: Mondays 6:00pm – 8:30pm
  • February 28 2022 – March 28 2022 
  • MIN 550 or THE 530, 1 semester credit 

Professor Brian Bailey. M.A.
C.S. Lewis, Oxford professor, creator of Narnia, apologist for Christianity, was the most reluctant of converts. 
We will learn of his life, and read two of his best books. 

  • On campus: Mondays 6:00pm – 8:30pm
  • March 7 2022 – May 9 2022
  • THE 300, 2 semester credits

Professor Carl Fuqua
Introduces the fundamental principles and concepts of small drone (a quadcopter weighing less than 5 pounds) operation. Includes history, categories, air frames, ground support equipment, optical systems, operation theory, desktop and mobile applications, mission planning and control for still image and video capture, and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Certificate of Authorization process.

  • On Campus: Wednesdays 6:00pm – 8:30pm
  • March 30 2022 – May 4 2022
  • MIN 399, 1 semester credit
  • $475 
    *This class is arranged by a special tuition agreement with a ministry. This price is for undergrad, graduate, audit, and professional development students.

Professor Gregg Wareham, Ph.D.
Covid-19 has thrown millions of teachers and parents into the world of online education with little or no warning or training. 
Having guided schools in both Indonesia and Cambodia plus a church in Jakarta through the process of going and staying online, I’ll fill in the gaps and help you to feel comfortable and grow in the world of online learning and education for all levels and situations.

  • Hybrid: Thursdays 12:00pm – 1:05pm
  • March 31 2022 – April 28 2022
  • MIN 401, .25 semester credits
  • $17.25 for audit, $31.25 for BA, $36.25 for MA
Professor Gregg Wareham, Ph.D.
Discovering what you are meant to study after high school and your future career is a process that takes time.   Ultimately, this course will save you money because you’ll be less likely to waste time and money changing colleges or majors.  Our major objectives include discovering and focusing on your abilities and interests. 
  • Hybrid: Thursdays 3:30pm – 4:35pm 
  • March 31 2022 – April 28 2022
  • MIN 104, .25 semester credits
  • $17.25 for audit, $31.25 for BA, $36.25 for MA

Seminars & Descriptions

Professor Kay Campbell-Williams, MPA.
Many study their Bible according to their personal learning preference whether visual, auditory or hand-on. 
Come experience the study of the history books of the Bible in a way that makes God’s Word come alive. Learn 77 hand signs designed to help you understand the big picture of the Old Testament and see beyond the facts of the Bible that can spark a passion for God’s Word in your life. 

  • On campus: Thursday 9:30am – 1:30pm
  • January 27 2022
  • BIB 231 
  • $17 
    *This class is for audit only

Professor Kay Campbell-Williams, MPA.
Come experience a participative 
learning style using visual, auditory and hands-on techniques as we cover the New Testament (NT).  Using visual aide, auditory learning, & 77 hand signs will help you remember some of the events and character descriptions of the NT. 

  • On campus: Thursday 9:30am – 1:30pm
  • February 3 2022
  • BIB 231 
  • $17 
    *This class is for audit only

Professor Mark Geppert, Founder of S.E. Asia Prayer Center
2020 brought with it a global pandemic. For the first time in a century, the entire world was affected by a disease for which there appeared to be no solution. Fingers were pointed and accusations made while under the global pressure, governments were questioned, communication took on new forms, economies had to be supported, schools closed and places of worship were restricted. 
Families were separated and the elderly left to die. The fiber of every global culture was challenged. The emerging question was, “Life or Death, who makes the decision?” Culture Collisions equips the student with the understanding of this question, and the application of the Culture of Life. In it, government, commerce, education, communication, and religion are examined to determine the thoughts, words, deeds, behaviors and habits that have developed into a Culture of Death, and how they can be overcome by a culture of life.

  • On campus: Friday 7:00pm – 9:00pm & Saturday 9:30am – 12:00pm
  • February 11 2022 – February 12 2022 
  • MIN 516S, .25 semester credits

Professor David Hull, M.Div.
Bible study software can enable you to study the Scriptures much more efficiently and effectively.  With it you can do research vastly quicker than using hard-copy tools and resources.  You can also carry out many other useful tasks that you could not do at all otherwise.  Accordance is one of the two major Bible study software programs.  Although it is the more intuitive of the two, there are many worthwhile features that are not immediately obvious.  Quickly increase your proficiency with Accordance by participating in this half-day seminar.  Students are urged to get at least the free version before class.  

  • Hybrid: Saturday 9:30am – 1:30pm
  • February 19 2022
  • CED 451S, .25 semester credits

Professor David Hull, M.Div.
As with so many things, it helps tremendously to have the right tools to do a job. 
Bible study software can greatly improve your ability to study the Scriptures.  With it you can do research vastly quicker than using hard-copy tools and resources.  You can also carry out many other useful tasks that you could not do at all otherwise.  Logos is a powerful program, but it has a reputation of being difficult to learn.  Invest a few hours to become more skilled in using this excellent Bible study software.

  • Hybrid: Saturday 9:30am – 1:30pm
  • March 19 2022
  • CED 450S, .25 semester credits 

How to Register

New Students: Please call the school Monday – Thursday, 9am – 5pm, or use the form on the contact us page.
If you would like to start an application you can do so by clicking here.

Returning Students: If you have not taken classes in 2021, please call to get a login for our new online learning platform. 

Current Students: You are currently enrolled and have taken classes in 2021. You can register directly from your student account!

Registration FAQs

Registration and tuition fees are due five business days before scheduled classes. (Registration is not official until the Registrar’s Office receives the semester registration form with payment. To register by mail, complete and mail the registration form with your tuition payment.

Enrollment at Tallahassee Christian College is contingent upon honoring relationships and covenants.  No grades will be issued for courses, nor will students be permitted to re-enroll, unless accounts are current.  Students are accountable for the courses in which they enroll and the assigned tuition and material fees.  Fees are to be paid during the semester in which classes are taken.

Students may attend classes on a full- or part-time basis.  Twelve undergraduate or nine graduate semester hours constitutes a normal full-time load.

An academic advisor must approve a course load of more than twelve undergraduate or nine graduate semester hours.  Students may not register for or receive credit for more than eighteen semester hours within one semester.  Core courses that receive below a grade of B (graduate) or C (undergraduate) must be repeated.

Students are expected to pace themselves to meet their deadlines and maintain a balanced life.  If the course load proves to be too great, students should consult an academic advisor about possible adjustments.

The Registrar’s Office is the official custodian of permanent academic records of all past and currently enrolled students at Tallahassee Christian College.  Students should consult with this office regarding questions concerning registration records, dropping and adding courses, cancellation of registration, admission applications, withdrawals, financial arrangements, and course locations and meeting times.  Any changes should be reported to the Registrar’s Office (e.g.: permanent and local address, name, social security, enrollment status, selection of major and minor areas of study, etc.). Transcripts are also requested from this office.