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Spring Course Registration – Religious Studies

Event Date: May 6 2019

It’s that time of year again!  Time to register for spring courses at Huntington University.  Below is a list of upcoming course offerings in Religious Studies.  Spring course registration is now open on WebAdvisor .

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Dynamics of Interpersonal Communication I – Register Today!
Course Code: RLST 2446 E12
Professor: C. Krejlgaard
Start Date: May 6, 2019
Type: Online

This course considers the nature and meaning of interpersonal communication as dialogue. An examination is made of communication skills such as self-awareness, self-disclosure, listening and responding. Students will explore the meaning of four levels of communication: exchange, interchange, intimacy, and communion. The virtue of civility seen as an ethical organizational tool will be explored as the basis for enhancing all forms of interpersonal communication. (lec 3) cr 3.

Cross-listed as RLST 2446. Students may not retain credit for COST 2446 and either COST 2445, RLST 2445 or RLST 2446. Lecture (3.00).

 

Dynamics of Interpersonal Communication II – Register Today!
Course Code: RLST 2447 E12
Professor: C. Krejlgaard
Start Date: May 6, 2019
Type: Online

This course examines those communication skills and theories that help improve interpersonal relationships such as friendship, marriage, family life, and in the workplace. The course also examines current issues such as communicating in a multi-cultural society, communicating in cyberspace, resolving conflict, and dealing with loss. The course focuses on the meaning and reality “of conversation” as the basis for all human relationships.

Cross-listed as COST 2447. (lec 3) cr 3. Students may not retain credit for COST 2447 and either COST 2445, RLST 2445 or RLST 2447. Lecture (3.00).

 

Ethical Issues and the Elderly – Register Today!
Course Code: RLST 3327 E12
Professor: Heather Westaway
Start Date: May 6, 2019
Type: Online

This course explores issues for the elderly such as the adequacy of health care, financial security and protection from various forms of abuse. The course focuses on justice issues as well as quality of life concerns.

Students may not retain credits for both RLST 3327 and GERO 3337. (3 cr)

 

Food Ritual and Religion – Register Today!
Course Code: RLST 3336 E01
Professor: Alison Hood
Start Date: May 13 – 17, 2019
Type: On Campus (room HU-SC)

This course critically examines the role of food and eating as a way of creating and maintaining a coherent, cultural, and religious world view. Topics will include fasting, feasting, ritual cannibalism, gluttony, morality, resource allocation etc. Theoretical perspectives focusing primarily on Christian, Jewish, and Muslim traditions will allow students to explore how humans use food to articulate the role of the human and the divine in the world. Students will investigate the relationship between such topics as religion, culture, globalization, biodiversity, and technology.

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Huntington University
935 Ramsey Lake Rd. Sudbury ON P3E 2C6

tel 705 673 4126
Toll-Free 1 800 461 6366
fax 705 673 6917
E-mail [email protected]

© 2014 Huntington University