CPC Upcoming Course Schedule

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Fulfills: Aesthetic and Performance

ART 215 CP - Beauty & the Sacred

(3 semester hours)

Fall 2020 | Dr. David Baird - Tuesdays & Thursdays, 1:30-2:45pm

An introduction to theological aesthetics querying the extent to which various aspects of Christian belief can and cannot be adequately apprehended through the senses. Engaging with a wide range of perspectives and artistic media, particular emphasis will be placed upon the history and significance of distinctively Christian works of art.

See https://www.twu.ca/liberal-arts/core-ways-knowing for more information.

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Fulfills: Academic Research & Writing

ENGL 105 CP - Fiction in a Catholic Context

(3 semester hours)

Fall 2020 | Prof. Rachel Lacy-Boersma - Mondays & Wednesdays, 1:30-2:45pm

An introductory study of Catholic fiction, with the purpose of understanding literature and cultivating skills in scholarly research, textual analysis, and academic writing and documentation. Such skills are fostered by closely reading and analyzing works of short fiction and the novel by accomplished prose stylists. Students focus on the distinctive conventions of fiction in order to interpret these works critically, while interacting thoughtfully with themes presented therein; there is a particular focus on analyzing and making use of narrative strategies and rhetorical tools. Students continue to develop their academic prose, with attention to improving foundational grammar, diction, phrasing, organization, and argument-building in the thesis-driven essay.

See https://www.twu.ca/liberal-arts/core-foundations for more information.

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Fulfills: Academic Research & Writing

ENGL 105 CP - Fiction in a Catholic Context

(3 semester hours)

Fall 2020 | Prof. Rachel Lacy-Boersma - Mondays & Wednesdays, 1:30-2:45pm

An introductory study of Catholic fiction, with the purpose of understanding literature and cultivating skills in scholarly research, textual analysis, and academic writing and documentation. Such skills are fostered by closely reading and analyzing works of short fiction and the novel by accomplished prose stylists. Students focus on the distinctive conventions of fiction in order to interpret these works critically, while interacting thoughtfully with themes presented therein; there is a particular focus on analyzing and making use of narrative strategies and rhetorical tools. Students continue to develop their academic prose, with attention to improving foundational grammar, diction, phrasing, organization, and argument-building in the thesis-driven essay.

See https://www.twu.ca/liberal-arts/core-foundations for more information.

Spring 2021

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Download Spring 2021 Course Schedule

Download a pdf version of the Fall 2020 Course Schedule here.