Spring 2023
CRN: 14639
CLAS 3750 - Gods, Humans and the Word

The course is an examination of the global reach of the classical world in literature, art, and ideas. Students learn skills like close reading, critical thinking, synthesizing different viewpoints, and basic research to explore questions that are important to humanity and that reach beyond the classroom. Students approach the subject matter from multiple perspectives, interpret information, comprehend complexity, listen to contrasting viewpoints, synthesize information, and express clear, reasoned opinions. This course satisfies WMU Essential Studies Level 3: Connections – Global Perspectives Category.

Additional Information

Campus: Main
Schedule Type: Lecture/Lab/Discussion
Instructional Method: Traditional
Attribute: Ethical&Critical Thinking SLO           Global Awareness SLO           Global Perspectives           Written Communication SLO

Instructor(s): Barney, Justin (Primary)

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