Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Father Barber taught us from an unbiased ethical viewpoint and was very good at facilitating effective communication among his students. He touched on the history of ethics, as well as current ethical issues in our world today.
I learned a lot about myself and my own ethical opinions. Similarly, I learned a lot about others and how to appreciate the opinions of those around me. I took into account other opinions when I was creating my own opinion because I learned how to be a more understanding person.
Hours per week:
Advice for students:
Read before coming to class and make notes on what you think you read, even if you did not fully understand the material you read. That way when you go to class, you can ask questions and are more fully engaged in conversation, rather than worrying about writing down notes.