Associate in Applied Science and Bible – Electronic Media Communication (Quito)
UNW Christian Center for Communications in Quito, Ecuador
In 2001, University of Northwestern established a degree site in Quito, Ecuador, in cooperation with HCJB Global. The UNWCCC offers an Associate in Applied Science and Bible degree with a specialization in electronic media communication for Spanish-speaking students.
This three-year program is designed to equip Latin American students for effective ministry and work in the electronic media and journalism fields.
The program is open to promising students who have completed high school, have strong academic potential and who demonstrate a vibrant faith in Jesus Christ. The program operates on a trimester schedule with the fall term beginning in October and the last term ending in July.
All admissions processes are handled by the staff at the Quito site.
Associate in Applied Science and Bible
The Associate in Applied Science and Bible program is designed to prepare students for employment or further study toward a higher degree. The emphasis is on marketable skills. The degree is granted upon completion of 99 credits (depending on specialization) as specified below.
|Core Curriculum||45 credits|
|BIA1705||Panorama of the Bible||2|
|BIA1706||Christ Centered Life||3|
|BIA3705||The Mission of the Church||2|
|BIA2705||Theology of Communication||2|
|BIA3706||Contemporary Christian Thinking||2|
|BIB1705||Introduction to Theology||2|
|BIB2705||Inductive Study - Romans||2|
|BIB2706||Inductive Study - Three Letters||1|
|BIB3705||Inductive Study - Minor Prophets||2|
|BIB3706||Latin American Theology||2|
|BIB3707||Inductive Study - Practicum||2|
|HIS1701||History of the Culture I||2|
|HIS1702||History of the Culture II||2|
|HIS2705||History of the Church in Latin America||2|
|LAN1621||English Language Workshop||0|
|LAN2622||English Language Workshop||0|
|LAN3623||English Language Workshop||0|
|MCH1701||Music in Communication I||1|
|MCH1702||Music in Communication II||1|
|POS2705||Latin American Reality||2|
|SPA1705||Composition & Style||2|
|EMC1701||Radio I: Introduction to Radio||2|
|EMC1702||Radio II: Use of Radio Equipment||1|
|EMC1703||Radio III: Announcing||2|
|EMC1704||Radio IV - Basic Formats in Radio||2|
|EMC1715||Introduction to Television||2|
|EMC1716||Introduction of Equipment in TV||1|
|EMC2701||Radio V: Radio Production Outside the Studio||2|
|EMC2702||Radio VI: News Production For Radio-Short Formats||1|
|EMC2703||Radio VII: News Production for Radio-Long Formats||1|
|EMC2715||Principles of Editing and Lighting in TV||2|
|EMC2716||TV Script Writing||2|
|EMC2717||TV Production Outside the Studio||2|
|EMC2726||Communication of the Gospel||2|
|COM1701||Theory of Communication I||2|
|COM1702||Theory of Communication II||1|
|JOU1705||News Writing I||2|
|JOU1706||Basics of Design & Layout||2|
|JOU2705||News Editing Practice||1|
|JOU2706||News Writing II||2|
|JOU3708||Design and Layout||2|
|JOU3709||Final Project: Newspaper||2|
|EMC3715||Dramatic Production in TV||2|
|EMC3716||Advanced TV Editing||2|
Bachelor of Arts in Electronic Media Communication
Students who complete this 3-year program in Quito and desire to earn a Bachelor of Arts in Electronic Media Communication from University of Northwestern must complete the following requirements. Coursework must be completed on the St. Paul, Minnesota, campus or through distance education. Eight of the following credits must be upper-level (i.e. 3000–4999).
|Core Curriculum||23 credits|
Chosen from courses with BIB or BIA prefix, or as approved by the Biblical & Theological Studies Department.
|BIA4345||Biblical Worldview Capstone: Christian Thought||4|
|Additional Fine Arts or Literature||0–2|
|PHE1065||Lifetime Fitness & Wellness||1|
|Chosen by the student from any course area.|
Note: Students desiring to complete a major other than Electronic Media Communication must have their credits evaluated to determine remaining requirements.