LAP 355 Near-Death Experiences--Connection to Consciousness

This course will explore the question of the connection of brain, mind, and consciousness and its relevance in near-death experience studies. The focus of this course also is on the effect that near-death experiences have on the experiencer and others. Explanations of near-death experiences from a neurobiological, psychological, and transpersonal perspective will be explored. Prerequisite(s): Admittance to National-Louis University. Enrollment or pre-enrollment in Applied Behavioral Sciences, Health Care Leadership, Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration and Bachelor of Science in Management degree completion programs, or the Master of Arts in Teaching. Traditional undergraduates may take the course only with the permission of the Psychology Department. 5 quarter hours