Course Preview: Politics and Religion in the U.S.

To end the week, here's one more preview of a Fall 2022 course, our second from political scientist Andy Bramsen. POS230L Politics and Religion in the United States Days/Times: T/Th 9:25-10:40am in Fall 2022 Prerequisites: GES130 Christianity and Western Culture and GES160 Inquiry Seminar (can take at the same time), or GES244 Humanities III Counts for: • General Education: Contemporary … Continue reading Course Preview: Politics and Religion in the U.S.

Course Preview: Summer CWC

Most of the courses we're previewing this week are scheduled for the fall, but we thought we'd include one summer option as well: an online version of a venerable Bethel gen ed course, taught by Prof. Sam Mulberry and other members of our department. GES130 Christianity and Western Culture Days/Times: June 15 - July 28, asynchronous … Continue reading Course Preview: Summer CWC

Course Preview: Intro to Comparative Politics

This afternoon, the first of two Fall 2022 course previews from Prof. Andy Bramsen. We'll start with an introduction to his particular field within political science. POS205 Introduction to Comparative Politics Days/Times: M/W/F 9:00-9:50am in Fall 2022 Prerequisites: none Counts for: • Major requirement: International Relations • Major option: Political Science (Comparative Politics option), Business & Political Science (Field Survey option), Social Studies Education … Continue reading Course Preview: Intro to Comparative Politics

Course Preview: Philosophy of Science

We're halfway through our series previewing summer/fall 2022 courses. This morning we hear from philosopher Omar Fakhri, who is completing his first year at Bethel and looking ahead to adding a new course in his second year here. PHI340K Philosophy of Science Days/Times: Tu/Th 12:15-1:30pm in Fall 2022 Prerequisites: Laboratory Science (D) course and Mathematics … Continue reading Course Preview: Philosophy of Science

Course Previews: Near Eastern and Greek Civilizations

This afternoon's course preview comes from our ancient historian, Dr. Charlie Goldberg, who's also teaching Advanced Digital Humanities next fall. HIS310 Near Eastern and Greek Civilizations Days/Times: M/W/F 12:30-1:40pm in Fall 2022 Prerequisites: GES130 Christianity and Western Culture or GES145 Humanities I; sophomore standing Counts for: • Major option: History (European History option), Digital Humanities (Humanities core elective); Social Studies Education 5-12 … Continue reading Course Previews: Near Eastern and Greek Civilizations

Course Previews: Modern Political Thought

Next up in our new series of posts previewing summer and fall 2022 courses: Prof. Matt Kuchem, with a HiPPos class that spans the disciplines of philosophy and political science. POS/PHI345 Modern Political Thought Days/Times: Tu/Th 2:05-3:20pm in Fall 2022 Prerequisites: one course in political science, philosophy, Western history, or consent of instructor Counts for: … Continue reading Course Previews: Modern Political Thought

Course Previews: Philosophies of Love and Sex

This afternoon's fall course preview is a class taught by philosophy professor Dan Yim, who is also teaching a section of Contemporary Moral Issues. PHI228L Philosophies of Love and Sex Days/Times: M/W/F 12:30-1:20pm in Fall 2022 Prerequisites: GES130 Christianity and Western Culture and GES160 Inquiry Seminar (can take at the same time), or GES244 Humanities III Counts for: … Continue reading Course Previews: Philosophies of Love and Sex

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Alumni Roundtable: Advice for Working in State and Local Government

Today, we're happy to share part two of our roundtable conversation with five History, Philosophy, and Political Science graduates of Bethel who work in state or local government. In your job do you ever feel like you draw on what you learned in your studies at Bethel? Chelsey Olson '12 (Political Science/International Relations — Legislative and … Continue reading Alumni Roundtable: Advice for Working in State and Local Government