Ancient Religious Reflections
Sacred Places Past and Present

Department of Classics
Monmouth College

Reflections Learning Outcomes

These outcomes are shared by all the INTG300 Reflections courses.

1.      Students will have knowledge of multiple answers to at least one significant question of meaning and value.

2.      Students will be able to give a personal and critical analysis of expressions of meaning and value encountered in the course.

3.      Students will be able to articulate an understanding of the historical-cultural-social contexts of ideas explored in the course.

4.      Students will be able to articulate their own views (however nascent) concerning questions of the meaning and purpose of their own lives.


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