Studying
Religion in
Culture


Past Courses

Although his undergraduate degree in Religious Studies gave him the confidence to enter strongman competitions, it didn't necessarily help his fashion sense.

 

 



Spring 2006

Class Schedule (PDF)

 

REL 100-001 (H) Introduction to the Study of Religion (Stephens)

REL 100-002 (H) Introduction to the Study of Religion (Marouan)

REL 100-003 (H) Introduction to the Study of Religion (Marouan)

REL 105 (H) Honors Introduction to the Study of Religion (Stephens)

REL 112 (H) Introduction to the New Testament (Green)

REL 208 Hinduism (Stephens)

REL 224 Judaism (Jacobs)

REL 234 Women and Spirituality (Schuber; this course is cross-listed with Women's Studies 234)

REL 235 Native American Religions (Murphy)

REL 237 African American Religion in History and Fiction (Marouan)

REL 341 Emergence, Origin, Creation Myths (McCutcheon)

REL 347 Jewish-Christian Relations (Jacobs)

REL 372 Nietzsche on Religion (Murphy)

REL 490 Capstone Senior Seminar: Theorizing Religion (Murphy); this course is required of all majors and minors