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In our Modular Object Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment (Moodle) you will be provided with high quality individualized interactive lessons supported with the cutting edge pedagogical technology and methods. 

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    Ethics is one of the multi disciplinary studies that attract the attentions of educators, who see the paramount importance of developing the civic and ethical knowledge, skills and convictions of students along with professional developments. As the course is designed to enrich some of the soft skills deemed useful for all types of professional trainings it is now made one of the supportive courses taken by all types of undergraduate students.  It is intended to contribute to the making of well-informed, competent and responsible citizens. The course encompasses six chapters which deal with various multidisciplinary issues aimed at creating critical, informed, open-minded, creative, active and participatory citizens in general and professional with high level of professional integrity.

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    JIC Student Moodle Orientation Course is designed to introduce you with the fundamental concepts of Modular Object Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment (Moodle); and equip you with the necessary skills that are essential to successfully attend and complete your preferred studies at our college. The course only take 30 Minutes, and should be completed before you get started any course in the curriculum.

    Critical Reasoning usually known as Logic is a fundamental course given across disciplines. Learning logic makes you a kind of person who thinks critically, analyzes rationally; communicates clearly and accurately; as well as judges carefully with the art of reason and innovation. This is indeed the very essence of education. The course covers contents such as: Definition and meaning; inductive and deductive arguments; formal and informal fallacies

    Advanced English Writing Skills is one of the core courses designed to prepare student researchers to produce world class Academic Journals that can be published in a reputable journals worldwide. The course includes topics such as sentence and clauses; paragraph development, planning a writing project, designing outline, writing various types of essays, Editing; proof reading; as well as the the features of good abstract and basic components of a winning  journal article.

    The course gives a general gist of the connection between God and its people in the Old Testament. It gives a chronological account of the books in the Old Testament.

    It gives a general account of the New Testament. It includes a short commentary on the contents, writer's, characteristics and classifications of the Four Gospels, the book of Acts, the epistles of the apostles; and the book of revelation.

    Social Research Methods is one of the core courses given to all students of JIC across the departments. It gives a general overview of research in general, and treats the topics of social research in detail. The course covers thinking research, research design, proposal writing, research approaches, methodology and methods, research report, citation and reference, as well as presenting and defending the thesis.

    Developmental Psychology is one of the introductory level of Psychology courses which is given for wide range of departments whose work related with human beings and affected by human behavior. The Course Covers the fundamental human behaviors across  the different age groups; emphasizing the physical, cognitive, emotional, social and moral development.

    Information and Communication Technology for Academic Purpose is a course designed to equip students with basic ICT skills so that they will apply ICT to enhance their learning. The course covers basic computer skills, such as hard ware, software, Microsoft office Word for Research Report, Power point for Aacdemic Purpose,Using the Internet for Academic Purpose and overview of Data Processing Software.

    This is one of the non-credit courses designed in view of disseminating the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ among the kids of our regular students, staff members, children of friends and families of our students as well as those who deserves the reach of the teachings and blessings of our Lord.The course incorporates Biblical teachings from the Old and New Testament Bible. Anybody who is interested can be enrolled to this course anytime for free.

    The course discussed the general history of the people of God ever since the time of creation; via the history of christianity during the time when Our Lord Jesus Christ teaches on earth, the history of apostolic fathers; until the modern age of christianity.

    The course Hermeneutics covers both the first order art and the second order theory of understanding and interpretation of linguistic and non-linguistic expressions. The goal of the course is to equip you with the theory of interpretation of texts so that you will be able to understand and interpret scriptures as accurately as possible. The Course cover the topics


    Hymnology (from Greek hymnos, "song of praise" and -logia, "study of") is the scholarly study of religious song, or the hymn, in its many aspects, with particular focus on choral and congregational song. The course covers the songs and the chants of wide range of Christian Traditions ranging from the Oriental Orthodox Churches through the Catholic Church and the Protestant world.

    Introduction to Leadership and Management is a general course designed to freshman students of Leadership as major course;  and for other departments as an elective course. The course gives a general overview of the meaning, principles, and classification of leadership and management. 

    It gives general guidelines on the principles of counseling Psychology. Basic knowledges and skills on developmental psychology will be revisited on the introductory part and major theories of counseling will be given the most time allotted for the course.

    The is the Fundamental course for the Department of Sociology and Social-work. It covers the formation of Society, classical and modern social theories, the meaning and development of social-work,  as well as general social-work principles and practices.

    It is the second course for the department of Social-work. The Prerequisite is Introduction to Sociology and Social-work (SOWK101). The course covers the history and philosophy of social structure, the conflicts among social groups, the formation and classification of Social Institutions and Society in the 21st century.

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