Science Studies Courses (Korean Language) (SCS)

    SCS 500 - Science, Technology & the Christian (Korean) (3 Credits)
    Students learn the relationship between science/technology and Christian faith in the era of the post-industrial revolution. The nature, meaning and ethics of modern science and technology are analyzed from the Christian perspective, particularly with reference to the de-humanizing tendencies in technological application. Various issues in bioethics like birth control , abortion, and euthanasia, etc., are also included.
    SCS 501 - Christianity & the Environment (Korean) (3 Credits)
    This course presents the biblical principles which should underlie science and environmental issues. Basic assumptions of contemporary science and environmental issues are evaluated from the Christian perspective.
    SCS 502 - History & Philosophy of Science (Korean) (3 Credits)
    This course combines study of the history of science and the philosophical presuppositions of scientific endeavour, presented with special emphasis upon the historical interaction between science and Christianity. Christian evaluation of scientific method, scientific laws, etc., are conducted.
    SCS 503 - Christianity & Creationism (Korean) (3 Credits)
    Starting with a brief history of the “origins” controversy from the early church to the twentieth century, this course analyzes the biblical and scientific implications of creationism and evolution. Some evaluation of ‘creation science,’ ‘theistic evolution,’ ‘intelligent design’’as a movement are also provided.