Religious Studies

General

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Program Title

Religious Studies

Degree Designation

MIN

Award Type

Minor

Program Level

Undergraduate

Instruction Mode

On Campus

Program Description

Students who choose a religious studies minor investigate religions' views of the meaning and purpose of human existence; the nature of ultimate reality and the nature and foundation for all that is worthwhile in our lives. You'll study religious beliefs, practices and doctrines to seek an understanding of the past and present state of cultures and how they developed. Through classwork aimed at examining multiple perspectives, you'll explore religion through history, music, literature and philosophy.

Department/Unit(s)

College/School

College of Liberal Arts

Status

Active

Requirements

Free Form Requisites

Credits: 21

Program Requirements

"(15 credits) course; two courses from Texts and Traditions: course, course, course, course; one course from Religion and Society: course, course, course, course; one course from Interdisciplinary Study of Religion: course, ENG 205, course, course."

Electives

"(6 credits) Choose one course from course, course, course, course, course, course, course or any course listed in Texts and Traditions or Religion and Society. Choose one course from course or course."

Notes

Religious studies minor students may request exemption from prerequisites of course.

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Degree Maps

Major Code

1164

Program Code

1164.01