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Minor in Religion

Fall 2016 Courses | Minor Worksheet

Why has religion become such an important and controversial part of modern life around the world? What do Americans, who live in the most religiously diverse society on earth, need to know about religious ideas, values and beliefs in this country and around the world?

Explore the Religion Minor, which was offered for the first time in the fall of 2009 by the Department of History, Political Science, Philosophy and American Studies.

If you are currently a religion minor, make sure to check out the changes to the minor that took effect in fall 2014. Whether your focus is in liberal arts, business, education, pre-med, nursing or another discipline, you can use the religion minor to enhance your major.

If you are interested in adding the minor in religion, please complete this form and submit it to Dr. David Damrel in Media 132.


 

Summer 2016 Courses

For Summer 2016 there are two online courses:

RELG U100-01 W  03  American Religious Experience
Online Course
Damrel
Schedule Code: 74827

RELG U305-01 W  03  Religion, Health & Healing
Online Course
Damrel
Schedule Code: 75096


Fall 2016 Courses

Check out our special courses including: The Black Church in America, Western Religious Traditions or Heaven and Hell. We're also offering a brand-new course entitled Religion, Crime and Punishment. Or, try an online course such as American Religious Experience.  Surprise yourself—take a religion course!

Complete Fall 2016 Religion Course Schedule

To check on the details of class schedules, availability and other details, please view the class schedule. Feel free to contact the individual instructors for more information about the classes they are offering.

RELG U100-01 W  03  American Religious Experience
Online Course
Damrel

Schedule Code: 26157

RELG  U100-02W  03  American Religious Experience
Online Course
Damrel

Schedule Code: 26158

RELG  U103-001  03  Comparative Religion
Meets:
T,R   12:15-1:30, LBCL  249
Teall-Fleming

Schedule Code: 26159

RELG  U103-002  03  Comparative Religion
Meets:
T,R   1:40-2:55, LBCL  249
Teall-Fleming

Schedule Code: 26160

RELG  U103-003  03  Comparative Religion
Meets:
T,R   9:25-10:40, LBCL  240
Liebowitz
Schedule Code: 26161

RELG  U103-004  03  Comparative Religion
Meets:
T,R   8:00-9:15, LBCL  240
Liebowitz
Schedule Code: 26162

RELG  U103-005  03  Comparative Religion
Meets:
M,W   2:00-3:15, LBCL 236
Neely, K.
Schedule Code: 26163

RELG  U103-006  03  Comparative Religion
Meets: M,W   3:25-4:40, LBCL 236
Neely, K.
Schedule Code: 26164

RELG U300-001  03  Western Religious Traditions
Meets:
T,R   8:00-9:15, LBCL  236
Damrel

Schedule Code: 26165

RELG U399-001  03  Religion, Crime and Punishment
Meets:
MWF   9:00- 9:50, TBA
Damrel
Schedule Code: 26166

RELG  U399 -002  03  Heaven & Hell
Meets:
T,R   9:25-10:40, URC 248
McCraw
Schedule Code: 26136

RELG U399-003  03  The Black Church in America
Meets:
T,R   9:25-10:40, HPAC 233
McDaniel
Schedule Code: 26167


Religion Minor Student Worksheet 
To download a Religion Minor student worksheet
, please click here


For information please contact:

Dr. David Damrel
Department
of History, Political Science, Philosophy & American Studies (HPPA)
Media Building 132
864-503-5798

Department Chair
Dr. Carol Loar

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