Liberal Arts Studies

Goal II: Judaeo-Christian Values (6-9 credits)

To help students become aware of Judaeo-Christian values in the promotion of truth, justice, and peace, and to challenge them to identify, deepen and live out their own moral and religious convictions.

II.1.Judaeo-Christian Values

  1. Shares an understanding & appreciation for Judaeo-Christian values as integrating factors in human life, personally and communally.
  2. Applies Judaeo-Christian values to contemporary issues of truth, peace, and justice.

Courses:

  1. PHL 202 Philosophy of Human Conduct ** 3
  2. RLS 120 Biblical Heritage 3
  3. RLS 121 Introduction to Theology 3
  4. RLS 122 Christian Discipleship 3
  5. RLS 123 Jesus, the Gospels, and the Human Response 3
  6. RLS 124 Catholic Beliefs and Practices3
  7. RLS 275 Major Religious Traditions of the World * 3

II.2. Moral Decisions

  1. Evaluates his/her personal moral and religious convictions.
  2. Examines moral decision-making process.
  3. Considers Judaeo-Christian values when making decisions affecting one's personal life as well as the wider community.

Courses:

  1. PHL 202 Philosophy of Human Conduct ** 3
  2. RLS 120 Biblical Heritage 3
  3. RLS 121 Introduction to Theology 3
  4. RLS 122 Christian Discipleship 3
  5. RLS 123 Jesus, the Gospels, and the Human Response 3
  6. RLS 124 Catholic Beliefs and Practices3

 * Classes offered in Accelerated Delivery Only
** Classes offered in Accelerated and Traditional Delivery