This course addresses fundamental questions regarding what it means to be human. Through Scripture and classic works of the humanities, students will explore the Christian vision of the human person with particular attention to the human experience in relation to embodiment, mortality, knowledge, virtue, complementarity, and transcendence. Offered in the fall semester by Prof. Kirk.
Tues/Thurs: 9:00 - 10:20AM
Location: Conference Room (SLC 2nd Floor)
This course is accredited through Benedictine College (as advanced college credit- GNST 2980) and transfers to KU as 3 general humanities credits (LA&S H). KU students will need to register with the IFC (see the button to the left) and then follow the instructions in the email you will receive to finalize registration.
Tuition and Fees for the three credit course are $600. Scholarships are available!