CAP 3194 Perspectives on Death and Dying

Multidisciplinary study of death, dying, and bereavement across cultures, religious and ethnic groups, and historical periods, with attention to ritual and memoir, ethical dilemmas at the end of life, and psychology of mourning. Prerequisite(s): junior standing. (Same as RELS 3110 and PHIL 3110)

Course details

Term: 
Fall 2017
Section: 
02
Class Nbr: 
51923
Units: 
3
Dates: 
Aug 21, 2017 - Dec 15, 2017
Meeting times: 
Arranged
Students will be required to take proctored exams on campus 6-9pm Wednesday, October 11 and Wednesday, December 13. Location will be announced in eLearning. This course also will have two optional on campus meetings 6-9pm Wednesday, August 23 and Wednesday, November 15 (location to be determined).

Course delivery

Location: 
eLearning

eLearning is a learning management system requiring Internet access and a web browser.

Instructions for accessing course materials will be sent to enrolled students’ email accounts prior to the start of the course.

Instructor(s)

Francis Degnin

Enrollment information

Questions?
Monica Berning

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