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THEO 1285 Voices, Visions and Values (Spring: 3 )

Course Description

A primary source for Americans to derive meaning and purpose in their lives is work. Career and professional advancements alone do not seem to be sufficient in creating a life that captures the human spirit and makes a difference in the world. Leadership is the practical activity of those who would compose an adulthood that is responsible to a world larger than themselves, and at the same time personally fulfilling. This course will use fictional and non-fictional voices as well as psycho/social analysis, cultural critique, and theological/spiritual concepts to help envision a balanced life.

Instructor(s): Joseph Marchese

Prerequisites: None

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Last Updated: 24-Jun-17