Student Learning Outcomes

SLO A: Students will be able to identify the founders and major tenets of the world‘s religions.

SLO B: Students will explain, analyze, and evaluate the fundamental issues that shape the biblical canon and philosophical reasoning.

SLO C: Students will be able to articulate the thought of the major theologians and philosophers of the Western tradition and the ethical issues that shape their thinking.

SLO D: Student will be able to effectively communicate the thought of the major philosopher, ministers, and theologians that have shaped the black liberation tradition in the United States and the larger African Diaspora.

Church Leadership and Youth Development Lecture Series/Conference
When: Thursday - Friday, November 10 - 11, 2016 at 10.00 a.m. - 1.00 p.m.
Where: Swinton Campus Center

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Dr. Sylvester O. Osazuwa,
Associate Professor of Philosophy,
Committee Chair and Event Coordinator

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Dr. Lillie A. Burgess
Associate Professor of Religious Studies

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Dr. B. L. James
Adjunct Professor of Religion

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Dr. Harry H. Singleton, III
Professor of Religion and Theology

See College Catalogue for Courses and Programs of Study plus more information.