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Minor in Religion

Spring 2015 Courses

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 each other's religious ideas, values and beliefs? Is it possible to study world religions objectively and impartially?

 


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.   

To become a religion minor, complete this form and submit it to Dr. David Damrel in Media 132.



Special Spring 2015 classes include:
  • RELG U399-001 The Bible and Hollywood - Biblewood
  • RELG U399-002 Evil and the Devil 
  • RELG U399-003 Introduction to the New Testament

SPRING 2015  RELIGION COURSES
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To check on class schedules, availability and other details, please click here.
Note: Please note that the information posted below is subject to change.


COMPARATIVE RELIGION SECTIONS

RELG U103 Comparative Religion Section 001 (3 Credit Hours)
Schedule Code #30420 Instructor: Teall-Fleming
Class Meets T TH 9:25 a.m. to 10:40 a.m. in LBCL 236

RELG U103 Comparative Religion Section 002 (3 Credit Hours)
Schedule Code #30421 Instructor: Teall-Fleming.
Class Meets T TH 10:50 a.m. to 12:05 p.m. in LBCL 236

RELG U103 Comparative Religion Section 003 (3 Credit Hours)
Schedule Code #30422 Instructor: Liebowitz.
Class Meets MW 10 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. in MEDIA 122

RELG U103 Comparative Religion Section 004 (3 Credit Hours)
Schedule Code #30423 Instructor: Liebowitz.
Class Meets MW 12 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. in MEDIA 122

RELG U103 Comparative Religion Section 005 (3 Credit Hours)
Schedule Code #30424 Instructor: Neely.
Class Meets M W 2 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. in MEDIA 122


SPECIAL TOPICS COURSES

RELG U399The Bible and Hollywood -- Biblewood
Section 001 (3 Credit Hours)
Class Meets T 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in LBCL 249
Schedule Code #30428 Instructor: Liebowitz.

RELG U399 Evil and the Devil
Section 002 (3 Credit Hours)
Schedule Code #30429 Instructor: McGraw.
Class Meets TTH 9:25 a.m. to 10:40 a.m. (Room to be announced)
Cross listed with PHIL U390 Section 00 Schedule Code # 31110 

RELG U399 Introduction to the New Testament 
Section 003 (3 Credit Hours)
Schedule Code #30425 Instructor: Neely.
Class Meets MW 11:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. in URC 247


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 Room 132


Department Chair
Dr. Robert McCormick

Student Achievement
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