Studying
Religion in
Culture


Courses

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Consult the Degrees page for all REL degree requirements


Past Semesters

 

Summer 2016

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Summer 2015

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Class Schedule

Summer 2017 Classes (PDF; coming soon)

 

REL Peer Mentors
A new program for Core course help

 

Spring 2017

Course Schedule (PDF)

REL 100.001 Introduction to Religious Studies (Touna)

REL 100.002 Introduction to Religious Studies (McCutcheon)

REL 102.001 Religions of the World (Ramey)

REL 105.001 Honors Introduction to Religious Studies (Ikeuchi)

REL 105.002 Honors Introduction to Religious Studies (Bagger)

REL 105.003 Honors Introduction to Religious Studies (Bagger)

REL 120.001 Religion and Science (Finnegan)

REL 124.001 Religion and Film in America (Trost)

REL 224.001 Judaism (Jacobs)

REL 237.001 Self, Society, and Religion (Bagger)

REL 241.001 American Religious History (Altman)

REL 311.001 English Bible as Literature (Trost)

REL 321.001 Religion and Identity in South Asia (Ramey)

REL 360.001 Popular Culture/Public Humanities (Bagger)

REL 370.001 Theorizing Ancient Religion (Touna)

REL 372.001 Religion, Politics, and Culture of the Middle East (Jacobs)

REL 419.001 Myth, Ritual, and Magic: Theories of Ritual (Ikeuchi)

REL 480.001 Problems of Evil (Loewen)

REL 490.001 Senior Capstone Seminar: Sacrifice in Theory and Practice (Altman)


REL Directed Reading Courses


Professors are available to supervise directed reading courses (during the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters) with advanced students who are majoring or minoring in the Department (e.g., REL 360, 361, 460, or 461); students must take the initiative to approach a professor and propose such a course.


 


Academic Outreach

Courses can also be taken through various of the above units devoted to distance education

Learn more about the UA System's "Telecampus"