Instructor: Corinna Guerrero *Orientation meeting online on May 31st, 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p. m. No class on July 5th in observance of the Independence Day holiday, his course helps students take a critical look at their lives while challenging them to moral excellence. Through the exploration of moral philosophies, ethical theories, and the core teachings of Christianity, students will learn the importance of enlightened moral decision making. Critically reflecting on their own moral practice, the course calls students to greater responsibility and virtue. Topics include moral philosophies, major ethical theories, moral development, character and virtue, and the moral teachings of Jesus and the Church. This class earns five academic credits. This class fulfills the requirement for graduation but is not U.C. eligible. Students have one week to drop the course for a partial (50%) refund and two weeks to drop the course with no refund (course grade will be reflected on students transcripts).