GDAR1815/GDSC1815
God, Creation and the Evolving Cosmos

GDAR1815/GDSC1815

What is the course about?

GDAR1815/GDSC1815 will examine the current scientific views about the origins and the workings of the universe and explores their implications for contemporary interdisciplinary dialogue between science and religion, especially the beliefs concerning God, creation and the nature of the universe in the Christian tradition. Students will be introduced to the Christian concept of creation and the scientific concepts of Big Bang and other modern cosmologies.

Course Code Offering Department(s) Areas of Learning Units & Hours
GDAR1815 BIOL ARTS (3,2,1)
GDSS1815 REL SCI/CMED
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Remarks:

IGEThis is an interdisciplinary GE (IGE) course.
  1. One IGE course is listed for more than 1 area of learning. You can decide which area of learning you would like the course to fulfill, by enrolling in the course with the corresponding course code.

Notes for all GE courses

  • You can take a maximum of 6 additional units of GE courses from any categories as electives.