NS3904 Comparative Ethics in Five World Religions

This course will examine where the concept of something being right began and how it has evolved over the ages, paying particular attention to the religions and philosophies of various cultures and how they have influenced that society's sense of what is right. We will explore the distinctive of the world's major religions, and the cultures we are most likely to deal with in the military, as well as the significance of fundamentalism in all religions. We will look at tools for planning, negotiation and meaningful dialogue in many settings. Prerequisites: None.

Lecture Hours

4

Lab Hours

0

Quarter Offered

  • As Required