This introductory study in philosophy will provide students with a basic understanding of the nature and aims of philosophy, an acquaintance with some representative philosophical problems and current philosophical issues, an introduction to the methodology of philosophical inquiry, and a mastery of some of the terminology employed in philosophical discussion.
Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:1.Differentiate sociology from other social and natural sciences.2.Explain the aims and scope of socialization as it affects the development of the self.3.Define normative behavior as it relates to cultural lifestyles.4.Identify the causes and effects of social structure and social stratification.5.Describe the basic social institutions that regulate social interaction.6.Describe ministerial strategy and impact in the midst of social change.7.Compare and contrast biblical insights with various sociological insights regarding the relationship of self to society.8.Exhibit keener spiritual sensitivity in personal ministry.
Mode of Study
•Lecture•Video (in progress)•Student interaction •Professor of Record Interaction•Hands on
•100 objective multiple choice questions•Online or pencil and paper•Project•Collateral Reading Assignment (for 3 (USA) credit courses•Student Learning Requirement •Passmark 70%•