Program: Special Interests

SpoSeven of the major religious traditions of the modern world are introduced: Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, as well as Chinese and Japanese religious thought. The course explores the history … Continue reading “World Religions”

In this course, students learn the basics of writing scripts for movies. The class will view movies and examine the corresponding scripts, study plotting techniques, discuss the craft of character … Continue reading “Screenwriting”

Journalism is an introductory course covering basic skills in writing, reporting, and editing news. Course material also includes the ethical issues and commercial pressures that shape the news and relevant … Continue reading “Journalism I”

This course introduces the student to the major philosophical theories about values Topics include values based on the search for happiness, religion, economics and the material world, social and political … Continue reading “Ethics”