GUO 100 Orientation to Global University Learning-National Offices
(Credit: 1 hour )
This course guides students to select the Global University program that will enable them to
accomplish their ministry and educational goals. It gives a brief introduction to the mission, ministry,
and unique instructional philosophy of GU and prepares students to learn through GU’s instructional
design and tools. Students will reflect on their motives for completing a program, on their career goals,
and on skills they will need to see those goals achieved. They will learn how their GU program
outcomes will prepare them to reach their goals. The course describes best practices for maximizing
study time and study habits for accelerating course completion time. It also counsels students on ways
they can creatively finance their program and finish their program.
Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:
Synthesize and articulate the Global University program and outcome goals in conjunction with
your own personal goals.
Demonstrate familiarity with GU course requirements, nomenclature, procedures, online tools,
and unique instructional design.
Discover personal learning styles and use that knowledge to enhance study habits.
Submit assignments that demonstrate understanding of the GU Undergraduate Form and Style
Complete pre-programmatic aptitude and ministry skill assessment instruments.
Choose a GU program that best fits your intended goals.
Mode of Study
Video (in progress)
Professor of Record Interaction
100 objective multiple choice questions
Online or pencil and paper
Collateral Reading Assignment (for 3 (USA) credit courses
Student Learning Requirement
UNDERGRADUATE SCHOOL OF
BIBLE AND THEOLOGY
MQF Level 6 Qualification
230 ECTS Credits