(CUS). The CUS was established in 1992 as an inter-campus partnership of the ten colleges and universities of the LCMS Its mission includes three objectives: Creation of a cooperative, non-competitive atmosphere; providing of financial stability and maintaining closer contact with synodical leaders in a collaborative atmosphere. Each partner school remains autonomous with its own faculty and board of regents. At the same time, each school participates fully in system-wide features designed to serve students and faculty. Students enrolled at one member school are enrolled system-wide, thus being eligible to take courses at any of the member schools via distance learning (CUENet) and being able to take courses for up to a year at another member school without transferring or losing credits.
The current names of member schools are: Concordia College, Ann Arbor, MI; Concordia University, Austin, TX; Concordia College, Bronxville, New York; Concordia University, Irvine, CA; Concordia University, Mequon, WI; Concordia University, Portland, OR; Concordia University, River Forest, IL; Concordia University, St. Paul, MN; Concordia College, Selma, AL; Concordia University, Seward, NE
Programs for church vocations include: Lutheran Teacher, Director of Christian Education, Director of Christian Outreach, Deaconess, Lay Minister, Director of Parish Music, Parish Nurse and Lutheran Social Worker. Pre-seminary education is also available.
See also Christian Education; Ministry, Education of, Parish Education, Teachers. Rousseau,* and J. Locke.* Rejected innate faculties and ideas and held that all human knowledge is transformed sensations. Though he held in his psychology that personality is aggregate of sensations, he nevertheless affirmed reality of soul and rejected atheism.
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