Feb 28, 2024  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

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IDS 380 - Exploring Human Experiences:(Hope Forgiveness Compassion Courage Happiness Beauty Meaning and Truth)

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Through interdisciplinary perspectives this course will explore one of the following focused areas during the length of a semester: hope, forgiveness, compassion, courage, happiness, generosity, meaning, and truth. Endemic to human experience these topics will engage students in various learning modalities. Class discussions, scholarly readings, and research assignments are designed to deepen self-reflection and awareness. Musical playlists, artistic expressions, empirical research projects, critical reading and writing, and a required abstract for submission to the Undergraduate Scholarship Symposium are hallmarks of this course. Two lead faculty guide the course with assistance from other faculty members in such disciplines as art therapy, business, music, nursing, religion and philosophy, psychology, and social work. Offered spring and fall semesters. Prerequisite(s):   or ENGL 111 Academic Composition , sophomore standing, or permission of the lead instructors. 



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