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History

HIST 150 - Islam: Religion & Civilization

This course covers the context in which Islam arose; the career of the Prophet Muhammad; the main teachings and practices of the religion; the Qur'an and other early Islamic literature; subsequent political developments in the religion and its spread; its main religious branches; its history during the Middle Ages; the Christian crusades and their consequences; the major components of Islamic civilization, including law, the arts, literature, philosophy, science, and mathematics; Sufi; the effects of Western imperialism upon Islamic states; major developments in Islamic thought and practice since the seventeenth century; the Islamic diaspora and Islam today. HIST 150 is the same course as REL 150 and HUM 150; enroll in one only. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
82767 001 F2F M-W-F-- 09:00-09:50 AM 08/17/15-12/13/15 CC 338 Bevell Hull M 27 of 35

Humanities

HUM 150 - Islam: Religion & Civilization

This course covers the context in which Islam arose; the career of the Prophet Muhammad; the main teachings and practices of the religion; the Qur'an and other early Islamic literature; subsequent political developments in the religion and its spread; its main religious branches; its history during the Middle Ages; the Christian crusades and their consequences; the major components of Islamic civilization including law, the arts, literature, philosophy, science, and mathematics; Sufi; the effects of Western imperialism upon Islamic states; major developments in Islamic thought and practice since the seventeenth century; the Islamic diaspora; and Islam today. HUM 150 is the same course as HIST 150 and REL 150; enroll in one only. 3 hrs. lecture/wk. This course is taught in the fall semester.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
81698 001 F2F M-W-F-- 09:00-09:50 AM 08/17/15-12/13/15 CC 338 Bevell Hull M 27 of 35

Religion

REL 120 - Exploring World Religions KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

This course is a comparative study of the world's major religious traditions. The basic beliefs of Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Daoism, Judaism, Christianity and Islam will be explored. A comparative framework for religious studies will be provided, and essential differences between Eastern and Western religions will be noted. Literary texts and iconographic images will be studied as appropriate. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

Outline
 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
81764 001 F2F M-W-F-- 02:00-02:50 PM 08/17/15-12/13/15 CC 338 Hoare T 6 of 35
81766 002 F2F M-W-F-- 10:00-10:50 AM 08/17/15-12/13/15 GP 101 Bevell Hull M 2 of 25
81768 003 F2F -T-R--- 08:00-09:15 AM 08/18/15-12/13/15 CC 352 Hoare T 5 of 35
81776 350 ONLNE ------- - 08/17/15-12/13/15 Online Robertson M Full
81777 351 ONLNE ------- - 08/17/15-12/13/15 Online Robertson M Full

REL 125 - Religions of the East

Religions of the East is a detailed examination of the rich and diverse religious traditions of India, Tibet, China and Japan. Students will explore the histories, mutual influences, beliefs, and practices of Hinduism, Buddhism, the Jain religion, the Sikh religion, Confucianism, Daoism, the Tibetan religions, and Shinto, stressing the characteristics they share, as well as those that differentiate them from each other and from Western religions. Primary and secondary texts, as well as the iconographic and artistic traditions of these religions, will be examined as appropriate. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
81778 001 F2F ---R--- 06:00-08:50 PM 08/20/15-12/13/15 GEB 317 Stockton W 23 of 35

REL 126 - Religions of the West

Religions of the West is a detailed examination of the rich and diverse religious traditions that originated in the ancient Near East (Judaism, Christianity, Islam), examples of indigenous traditions of Africa and North America, and examples of "alternative religions" of modern/contemporary Western culture. The student will explore the histories, cultural influences, beliefs and practices of these religions, stressing the characteristics that they share and those that differentiate them, both from one another and from the religious traditions of South and East Asian cultures. The primary texts, as well as the iconographic and artistic traditions of these religions, will be examined as appropriate. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
81779 001 F2F -T-R--- 02:00-03:15 PM 08/18/15-12/13/15 GEB 213 MacArthur S 18 of 34

REL 150 - Islam: Religion & Civilization

This course covers the context in which Islam arose; the career of the Prophet Muhammad; the main teachings and practices of the religion; the Qur'an and other early Islamic literature; subsequent political developments in the religion and its spread; its main religious branches; its history during the Middle Ages; the Christian crusades and their consequences; the major components of Islamic civilization including law, the arts, literature, philosophy, science, and mathematics; Sufi; the effects of Western imperialism upon Islamic states; major developments in Islamic thought and practice since the seventeenth century; the Islamic diaspora; and Islam today. REL 150 is the same course as HIST 150 and HUM 150; enroll in one only. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
81781 001 F2F M-W-F-- 09:00-09:50 AM 08/17/15-12/13/15 CC 338 Bevell Hull M 27 of 35
Note! The summer schedule displayed here is an historical record of the summer 2015 semester. The summer 2016 schedule of classes will be available online in March of 2016.

Religion

REL 120 - Exploring World Religions KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

This course is a comparative study of the world's major religious traditions. The basic beliefs of Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Daoism, Judaism, Christianity and Islam will be explored. A comparative framework for religious studies will be provided, and essential differences between Eastern and Western religions will be noted. Literary texts and iconographic images will be studied as appropriate. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

Outline
 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
60645 001 F2F MTWR--- 12:30-01:45 PM 06/01/15-07/23/15 CC 338 MacArthur S Closed
60646 350 ONLNE ------- - 06/01/15-07/23/15 Online Robertson M Closed
60647 351 ONLNE ------- - 06/01/15-07/23/15 Online Robertson M Closed
Note! The spring schedule displayed is an historical record of the spring 2015 semester. The spring 2016 schedule of classes will be available online in October of 2015.

Religion

REL 120 - Exploring World Religions

This course is a comparative study of the world's major religious traditions. The basic beliefs of Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Daoism, Judaism, Christianity and Islam will be explored. A comparative framework for religious studies will be provided, and essential differences between Eastern and Western religions will be noted. Literary texts and iconographic images will be studied as appropriate. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

Outline
 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10526 001 F2F M-W-F-- 09:00-09:50 AM 01/21/15-05/22/15 CC 338 Bevell Hull M Closed
10527 002 F2F -T-R--- 08:00-09:15 AM 01/20/15-05/22/15 CC 338 Hoare T Closed
10528 003 F2F -T-R--- 12:30-01:45 PM 01/20/15-05/22/15 CC 338 Hoare T Closed
10529 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/20/15-05/22/15 Online Robertson M Closed
10530 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/20/15-05/22/15 Online Robertson M Closed

REL 125 - Religions of the East

Religions of the East is a detailed examination of the rich and diverse religious traditions of India, Tibet, China and Japan. Students will explore the histories, mutual influences, beliefs, and practices of Hinduism, Buddhism, the Jain religion, the Sikh religion, Confucianism, Daoism, the Tibetan religions, and Shinto, stressing the characteristics they share, as well as those that differentiate them from each other and from Western religions. Primary and secondary texts, as well as the iconographic and artistic traditions of these religions, will be examined as appropriate. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10531 001 F2F -T-R--- 03:30-04:45 PM 01/20/15-05/22/15 GEB 317 Hoare T Closed

REL 126 - Religions of the West

Religions of the West is a detailed examination of the rich and diverse religious traditions that originated in the ancient Near East (Judaism, Christianity, Islam), examples of indigenous traditions of Africa and North America, and examples of "alternative religions" of modern/contemporary Western culture. The student will explore the histories, cultural influences, beliefs and practices of these religions, stressing the characteristics that they share and those that differentiate them, both from one another and from the religious traditions of South and East Asian cultures. The primary texts, as well as the iconographic and artistic traditions of these religions, will be examined as appropriate. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10532 001 F2F -T-R--- 02:00-03:15 PM 01/20/15-05/22/15 CC 338 MacArthur S Closed
Clinic Courses (CLI) provide practical application and are offered on or off campus. Instructors supervise/direct student in a simulated or on-site setting.
Face-to-Face Courses (F2F) take place in a classroom. Based on JCCC's Statement of General Education. Students in all classes, including face-to-face classes, are expected to use technology appropriate to the course content and as needed to access web-based course materials. Face-to-face classes typically require access to computer equipment (either at home or in college labs provided for student use) and computing skills utilizing standard office, business and web browsing applications.
Hybrid Courses (HYB) combine face-to-face classroom instruction and the convenience of online web-based learning, resulting in a reduction of the amount of time spent in the face-to-face classroom and a significant increase of time spent studying online materials. Students registered in hybrid courses must attend class meetings as listed in the JCCC Schedule of Classes.
Internships (INT) provide experience to students for on-the-job training with cooperating businesses, agencies, and organizations. The number of hours for each internship varies.
Lab Courses (LAB) are face-to-face classes where students perform tasks as directed by faculty. Faculty members monitor the activity and provide individual and/or group instruction/assistance
Media Courses (MED) deliver all or a portion of instruction through either cable broadcast or pre-recorded video lessons. The videos are available in DVD format from the Billington Library.
Online Courses (ONLNE) use the Internet and a Learning Management System (D2L) to deliver course materials and to facilitate student-instructor, student-content, and student to student interaction. To participate in online courses, the student should have a good understanding of computer hardware and software applications and the Internet.
Continuing Education Online Courses (CEONL) and materials are delivered via the Internet. To participate in online courses, the student should have a good understanding of computer applications and Internet navigation. For more information about this course and other online learning options visit CE Online.
Private (PLV) lessons for credit are available from beginning to advanced in voice, piano, guitar, brass, woodwind and percussion. Lessons are scheduled by arrangement with private music instructors.
Self-Paced Courses (SEL) and Self-Paced Online (SPO) are offered on a schedule of study that allows students more flexible scheduling options. Course interaction is based upon a contract between student - instructor and in some cases can take up to one calendar year to complete. Some courses may use online delivery to facilitate the learning experience.
Self-Paced Courses (SEL) and Self-Paced Online (SPO) are offered on a schedule of study that allows students more flexible scheduling options. Course interaction is based upon a contract between student - instructor and in some cases can take up to one calendar year to complete. Some courses may use online delivery to facilitate the learning experience.
Travel Courses (TRV) may require in-class activities as well as traveling to a destination. Students will be responsible for the cost of the travel as well as the course costs.
Seats Open is an approximation of the number of seats available and may not represent the actual number of seats open at the time of registration.
This course is approved by the Kansas Board of Regents for guaranteed transfer among all Kansas public postsecondary institutions. Additional courses may also be eligible for transfer. Please visit the JCCC Registrar to learn more.