RT 302 Faith and Justice in World Christianity (3)Examines how the enculturation of Christianity in different times and places produces distinctive beliefs about Jesus and engages the pursuit of justice in the context of religious and cultural injustice. Prerequisite(s): RT 201/RT 201C.
RT 305 Belief and Unbelief (3)
Explores questions of belief and doubt from Christian and secular perspectives, for example, regarding science, philosophy, and the experience of suffering. Prerequisite(s): RT 201/RT 201
RT 465E Philosophical and Religious Themes in Film (3)
Integrates interests in grammar and meaning of film with inquires into the "big questions" that are abiding concerns of philosophy and religion. Prerequisite: 200-level PL course or RT 201.
SP 209A Elementary Spanish I (4)
This course provided a through grounding in essentials of grammar, oral drill, dictation, elementary and intermediate texts, conversation and written exercises.
SP 209B Elementary Spanish II (4)
This course is a continuation of SP 209A. Prerequisite: SP 209A or equivalent.
SP 423 Translation/Interpretation/Composition (3)
Offers practice in advanced composition. Translation, and stylistic analysis in Spanish to develop grammar, vocabulary, and analytic skills in a contemporary and realistic context. Prerequisite(s): SP 309B or equivalent.
SP 424 Spanish for Medical and Health Care Workers (3)
Provides Spanish students, medical and health care workers the opportunity to enhance communication skills with the vast number of Spanish speaking patients. Prerequisite(s): Two or more semesters of Spanish or permission of instructor. Majors and minors only.