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ELHE 2295 Spirituality, Religion, and College Student Experience (Spring: 3 )

Course Description

Faith, religion and spirituality have become topics of increasing interest for scholars and practitioners in higher education and student personnel development. This semester-long, upper-level, undergraduate course explores the historic, developmental, sociological, and philosophical dimensions of the college student experience at the intersection of faith life, spirituality and academic culture. This course approaches themes and readings from an ecumenical and interreligious set of perspectives. Students will engage several major texts as well as articles from scholarly journals and narratives from institutional models that attempt to integrate faith life and spirituality into the prevailing academic and student development culture.

Instructor(s): Michael James

Prerequisites: None

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Last Updated: 24-Jun-17