Character Education

Credit Hours: 0.5

Course Length: 1 Semester

Course Description

Character Education presents thoughts, rationales, and motivations that teach students to live well both in performance and ethics. This course does not preach, but asks students to examine their lives. This course guides the student in building values necessary for adulthood. By asking thought-provoking questions the student is aided in developing values. These values are then internalized to build character, helping the individual live a productive and responsible life.

Course Prerequisites


Required Textbook(s) and/or Materials


Major Concepts

  • Lifelong Learning
  • Critical Thinking
  • Diligent and Capable Performance
  • Positive Social Interaction
  • Respect and Responsibility
  • Ethical Living
  • Living for a Noble Purpose