Bryan College Dual-Enrollment Classes

Get a Head Start on College!

A variety of classes are offered at our Westminster Presbyterian Church location in Kingsport, Tennessee, by Geneva Institute and Bryan College, which will give homeschool high school students a head start on their college degree. The classes below are dual-enrollment for college credit for juniors, seniors, and high school graduates. Bryan College is a SACS accredited school.

For more information about the Geneva Institute curriculum or registering for classes contact Ginny Walker at info@genevainstitute.org.

2019 Spring Semester

LA 202—Great Books of the Modern World

Teacher: Steven Warhurst
Schedule: Wednesdays 8:30am – 11:20am
Registration/Information: Geneva Institute / Ginny Walker at info@genevainstitute.org

The course will examine some of the influential works of modernity. Students will be encouraged to critically examine these works from a biblical perspective, discussing, debating, and evaluating the validity of the authors’ ideas and ethics.

PSY 111—General Psychology

Teacher: Cynthia Carr
Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday, 10:00am – 11:20am
Registration/Information: Geneva Institute / Ginny Walker at info@genevainstitute.org

Introduction to the general field of psychology from a Biblical perspective. Emphasizes concepts helpful for understanding contemporary psychology and those basic to further study.

GRK 112—Elementary Greek II

Teacher: Dean Walker
Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday 8:30am – 9:50am (Hybrid online/onsite class.)
Registration/Information: Geneva Institute / Ginny Walker at info@genevainstitute.org

God’s precious word is worth treasuring by exploring the nuances of its original language. Studying Greek not only gives students many of the language advantages that studying Latin would but also opens to them the same tools that sparked the reformation and helps spread and preserve God’s truth.

 

2018 Fall Semester

Fall semester runs from August 21, 2018 to December 13, 2018.

Enrollment is closed for the Fall 2018 semester.

LA 201—Great Books of the Renaissance and Reformation

Teacher: Steven Warhurst
Schedule: Wednesdays 8:30am – 11:20am
Registration/Information: Geneva Institute / Ginny Walker at info@genevainstitute.org

The course will examine some of the influential works of the renaissance and reformation. Students will be encouraged to critically examine these works from a biblical perspective, discussing, debating, and evaluating the validity of the author’s ideas and ethics.

CT 113—Critical Survey of Worldviews

Teacher: Dean Walker
Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday, 8:30am – 9:50am
Registration/Information: Geneva Institute / Ginny Walker at info@genevainstitute.org

Explore the major worldviews and their shortcomings in comparison to God’s word. Recognizing the lies of the culture can help Christians not only evangelize non-believers but overcome their own blind spots and grow in faith.

GRK 111—Elementary Greek I*

Teacher: Dean Walker
Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday 10:00am – 11:20am (Hybrid online/onsite class.)
Registration/Information: Geneva Institute / Ginny Walker at info@genevainstitute.org

God’s precious word is worth treasuring by exploring the nuances of its original language. Studying Greek gives students the same tools that helped build the reformation, equipping them to begin a new reformation.

 

*Bryan College and the Geneva Institute are not ministries under the oversight of the Elders of Westminster Presbyterian Church. They simply use the church facilities for meetings. All attendees agree to forever hold harmless Westminster Presbyterian Church officers, members, and trustees from any and all liability, loss, claims of injury or actions out of Bryan College and the Geneva Institute.