Critical Thinking Seminar

This course is designed to help learners think and provide substantial evidence for their resolutions. ┬áLearners are immersed in a process that encourages them to practice and value objective inquiry […]

Special Topics in the Humanities

This individualized course is a 200-hour examination of a topic of the student’s choice, a prospectus having been approved by the department. (Prerequisite: ENGL120W and three additional credits in English)

World Religions

This course is an introduction to the history and worldviews of the major world religions focusing on their common elements as well as their diversity. A comparative approach is used […]

Legal and Ethical Issues

This course is designed to introduce the concepts of ethics from their origin in antiquity to their application in today’s world. Morality and moral values and their codification into our […]

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