Through our unique COLLEGE NOW Program, we offer 6 Saint Elizabeth University classes right here, taught by our own faculty. In addition to our own college-level offerings, outlined below, qualifying students are also eligible to take college electives on the SEU campus. Besides receiving credit for these courses on their high school transcripts, students will be awarded an official SEU college transcript and transferable college credits, depending on the institution. This program is offered to all qualifying juniors and seniors. You can find more details about the College Now Program, as well as more detailed course descriptions, in our Course Catalog.
momentous. But why do we tell our stories? In this elective, we will consider the art of autobiography, memoir, essay, and other forms of literary nonfiction. We will define, read, and critique creative non-fiction and memoir. As a group, we will grapple with concepts of fact, truth, memory, \and reportage, and explore the sometimes problematic relationships among those elements of nonfiction.
reading and writing about a range of controversial texts and frequently challenged material, we
will grapple with the difficulties posed by these texts, and how these works have been perceived as threatening or dangerous.
and Islam by presenting the core beliefs of each, their scriptures and the historical and social
context of these communities of faith. Among possible topics to be explored may be the role of
women, the relationship of faith and politics, and issues of faith and violence.