CU in Class
Not able to visit a class in person? No problem! Our CUinClass video project gives you the opportunity to sit in on a class, hear from our professors, and experience academics at Cedarville via in-demand video. Check back often! We're adding new classes regularly. And, did you know that three of our Bible minor courses, including Old Testament Literature, Theology I, and Theology II, as well as a Socialism course have all of their class videos online?! There's no better way to see what you have to look forward to as a Cedarville student. We can't wait to CU in Class!
CUinClass Coming Soon
New classes will be added when students return in January 2021.
CUinClass On-Demand Videos
Watch class videos while you wait for the next scheduled livestream. Videos are being added regularly with a plan to have videos from every undergraduate department and school on campus.
Athletic Training – General Medical Conditions
In a lecture titled "Systemic Disorders," Prof. Michael Weller introduces systemic general medical conditions that are found within an active population.
Bible – Old Testament 1: Pentateuch
In a lecture titled "Exodus 15," Dr. Randy McKinion explains the important transition between the Exodus and the time at Sinai.
Bible – Teaching Ministry of the Church
In a lecture titled "Structure the Lesson: Introduction and Conclusion," Dr. Jeremy Kimble teaches students how to start and end their Bible lessons strongly.
Biology – Human Structure & Function I
In a lecture titled "Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves," Dr. Melissa Burns introduces the anatomy of the spinal cord, spinal nerves, and meninges.
Chemistry – Organic Chemistry I
In a lecture titled "Reactions of Alkenes," Dr. Nathan Hnatiuk continues leading a discussion of the reactions of alkenes.
Civil Engineering – Environmental Engineering
In a lecture titled "Air Quality Engineering," Prof. Mackenzie Davies explains how air quality management is influenced by physical characteristics of the land, wind speeds, and ambient temperatures.
Cybersecurity – Foundations of Computer Security
In a lecture titled "Introduction to Adversarial Thinking for Cybersecurity," Dr. Seth Hamman explains adversarial thinking, why it is important for cybersecurity, and how to improve adversarial thinking skills.
Design – Typography
As part of a Type Poster Critique, Prof. Aaron Huffman leads his class through critiquing in-process student work for a Type Poster project.
Education – Children's Literature
In a lecture titled "Poetry for Children," Dr. Megan Brown introduces how to teach and engage children in the reading of the children's literature genre of poetry.
Education – Teaching Mathematics: Middle Childhood
In a lectured titled "Teaching Algebraic Concepts to the Middle Childhood Student," Dr. Lori Ferguson leads students in a model lesson for teaching algebraic concepts.
Education – The Education Profession
In a lecture titled "Law and Ethic, Part I," Dr. Kevin Jones introduces the legal framework of public schools and explains how to thrive as Christian educators while serving in public schools.
Engineering – The Engineering Profession
In a lecture titled "What it Takes to Be An Engineer," Dr. Larry D. Zavodney introduces students to what is required of a Christian engineer.
Journalism – Electronic Media Law and Regulation
In a lecture titled "Gathering Information," Prof. Jeff Gilbert discusses what the Constitution, courts, and legislators have had to say about the rights of journalists to report information.
Linguistics – Phonetics
In a lecture titled "Palatal and Uvular Consonants & Syllabic Consonants and Prenasalization," Prof. Louise Grandouiller leads her class in practicing dictation of Word List 2 sounds.
Management – Principles of Management
In a lecture titled "Managing Teams," Prof. Andrew Wonders introduces advantages and disadvantages of a team-based approach to management, types of teams, and team development.
Math – Beautiful Math Structures and Thinking
In a lecture titled "Cantor and the Transfinite Realm," Dr. Adam Hammett introduces Georg Cantor's theories of what it means for a collection of objects to be infinite in size.
Music – Music Theory I
In a lecture titled "Principles of Voice Leading," Dr. Bruce Curlette introduces students to the basics of melody writing and chord construction.
Nursing – Complex Care Management
In a session titled "High Fidelity Simulation," Prof. Fil Quina walks students through a simulation exercise to practice hands-on nursing.
Nursing – Roles in Disease Management
In a lecture titled "Care of Clients in the Perio-Operative Experience," Prof. Mark Klimek introduces the nurse's role in surgery as a way to manage disease processes.
Nursing – Roles in Disease Prevention
In a lecture titled "Stress and Disease Prevention," Prof. Mark Klimek presents the nature of self-concept, which is foundational to the manner in which clients process stress and adapt.
Pharmacy – Care Across the Lifespan (Medicinal Chemistry)
In a lecture titled "Pharmacology & Medicinal Chemistry of NSAIDs, DMARDs, & Non-DMARDs," Dr. Samson Amos and Dr. Denise Jean-Louis discuss the medicinal chemistry and pharmacology of non-steroidal drugs.
Pharmacy – Care Across the Lifespan (Neonates)
In a lecture titled "Introduction to Pharmacotherapy in Neonates," Dr. Justin Cole introduces students to common terminology, conditions, medical care, and pharmaceutical care in newborns.
Pharmacy – Introduction to Self-Care
In a lecture titled "Choosing Medication for Cough & Cold," Dr. Andrew Straw instructs student on how to apply knowledge of cough and cold over-the-counter products to patient cases.
Pharmacy – Research Design and Methodology
In a lecture titled "Applying Science to Practice," Dr. Aleda Chen reviews key concepts learned previously, focusing on how to apply understand of research methodology to patient care.
Political Science – Comparative Politics
In a lecture titled "Democracy and Democratization," Dr. Glen Duerr helps students investigate procedural and substantive definitions of democracy, as applied across different case studies.
Political Science – History of Political Thought I
In a lecture titled "What is Political Philosophy?," Dr. Justin D. Lyons helps students explore the basic character and themes of political philosophy contrasted with political science.
Political Science – Politics & American Culture
In a lecture titled "The Federalist Papers," Dr. Mark Caleb Smith leads a discussion on the Federalist Papers, which were written to persuade Americans to support the "new" U.S. Constitution.
Professional Writing – Marketing Communication
In a lecture titled "Writing Stories That Reinforce Brand Values," Dr. Nick Carrington helps students explore ways they can use creative writing to reinforce the values of an organization.
Psychology – Counseling Couples & Families
In a lecture titled "Promoting Positive Changes in Troubled Marriages," Dr. Luke Tse introduces techniques that can help couples and families make positive changes in their marriage and family relationships.
Social Work – Introduction to Social Work
In a lecture titled "Dimensions of Diversity in Social Work Practice," Dr. Michael Sherr introduces the various dimensions of diversity that influence competent social work practice.
Studio Art – Three-Dimensional Design
In a lecture titled "Monument, Memorial, and Metaphor," Prof. Cat Mailloux introduces concepts of memorializing, honoring, and remembering through sculpture and demonstrates casting and carving methods in silicone and plaster.
Theatre – Introduction to Technical Theatre
In a lecture titled "Lighting Accessories, Practicals, and Lighting Positions," Prof. Jonathan Sabo introduces common lighting instrument accessories, how practicals work, and lighting positions.