Classes will resume and Offices will be open on a normal schedule on Tuesday, February 9, 2016.
CP410 Living Issues
General Education credits: 3
This is the capstone course in ENC’s Cultural Perspectives
sequence of courses, designed to expose students to some of the major challenges
facing humanity as a whole and the student as an individual. One of the primary course
objectives is the exploration of the tensions and possibilities that exist for Christian faith
and values in a society permeated with individualism, materialism, and despair. This course
also deals with moral philosophy around the globe, considering social issues and morality
from the vantage point of ethics and responsibility. Prerequisites: CP250, CP290, and Senior standing.