A Pathway is a University-wide emphasis consisting of select sections of existing courses. Students must complete a minimum of 15 credits in courses assigned to a specific Pathway. Completion of Pathway requirements culminates in a transcript designation and certificate upon degree completion. Pathway options promotes better enrollment decisions and prepares students for future success in an area of interest..
Great Texts Pathway
The Great Texts Pathway (GTP) consists of courses from diverse disciplines but united by the emphasis on the close reading and vigorous discussion of primary texts. GTP courses prepare students to read and to speak well with others about what they read. These skills have broad application throughout the curriculum and across the spectrum of vocations. Students who complete 21 credits of GTP courses and apply for admission to the program will receive a GTP designation on their transcript and a certificate of completion. GTP courses are also open to all students without admission requirements or obligation to complete the program. Questions about the program or upcoming courses may be directed to the coordinator, Dr. Jason Soenksen (email@example.com).
|Please see the Greater Texts Pathway coordinator for specific course CRN each semester|
|CCE 140||Science & Humanity||3|
|ECON 315||Macroecon Crises in History||3|
|PHIL 101||Philosophy: Theory & Practice||3|
|PHIL 201||Central Texts of Philosophy||3|
|PHIL 250||Moral Phil:Right & Wrong||3|
|PHIL 410||Medieval Philosophy||3|
|PHIL 450||Modern Philosophy||3|
|REL 100||The Bible||3|
|REL 110||Christian Faith||3|
|REL 307||Wisdom of Israel||3|
|REL 310||Religion in America Today||3|
|REL 351||Prophets of Israel||3|