Religion Courses

Religion Electives

ANTH 3009 Motherhood of God in Asian Traditions
ANTH 4054 Anthropology of Religion
ENGL 3630 The Bible as Literature
ENGL 3640 Literature and Religion
HIST 3412 A History of Christianity to 1300
HIST 3413 A History of Christianity 1300-present
HIST 3627 History of Japanese Buddhism
HIST 5360 The Reformation, 1450-1598
PHIL 1290 Introduction to Philosophy of Religion
PHIL 3290 Philosophy of Religion
PSYC 3314 Psychology of Religion
RELI 1000 Introduction to Religious Studies
RELI 1690 World Religions
RELI 2340 Religion and Science
RELI 2350 Religion and Sexuality
RELI 2400 Religion and Film
RELI 2500 Study Abroad
RELI 2691 Classical Islam
RELI 2692 Buddhism
RELI 2693 Hinduism
RELI 2694 Indigenous Religions
RELI 2695 Introduction to the Old Testament
RELI 2696 Introduction to the New Testament
RELI 3000 Motherhood of God in Asian Traditions
RELI 3113 Archaeology of the Old Testament World
RELI 3114 Archaeology of the New Testament World
RELI 3500 Methodology of Religious Studies
RELI 3600 Greek and Roman Religions (same as CLAS 3600)
RELI 3690 Women and Religion
RELI 3691 Islam in the Modern World
RELI 3692 Tibetan Religion and Culture
RELI 3694 Religions of Africa
RELI 3698 Mysticism
RELI 3700 Religion and Social Issues
RELI 3796 Paul and His Letters
RELI 3800 Religions and Violence
RELI 3896 Life and Teachings of Jesus
RELI 3930 Directed Readings in Religious Studies
RELI 4500 Religious Studies Seminar
RELI 4800 Religious Studies Seminar II
RELI 4699 Special Topics in Religious Studies
SOCI 4341 Sociology of Religion
WOST 3000 Motherhood of God in Asian Traditions

General Electives

Students may take, at most, two courses from this list to satisfy the degree requirements in Religious Studies.

ANTH 2010 Societies Around the World
ANTH 3002 Cultures of East Asia
ANTH 3003 Cultures of Africa
ANTH 3004 Cultures of the South Pacific
ART 2920 Art of the Middle Ages
ART 3920 Asian Art
ART 4916 Art of India
ENGL 3450 Northern European Mythology
ENGL 3460 Literature and Classical Mythology
ENGL 4010 Medieval Literature
ENGL 4030 Milton
FORL 2600 Literature in Translation: The Holocaust
MRST 5000 Medieval and Renaissance
GRK 1001 Ancient Greek Level I
GRK 1002 Ancient Greek Level II
GRK 1003 Ancient Greek Level III
GRK 1004 Ancient Greek Level IV
HIST 3415 The Middle Ages
HIST 3610 History of the East Asia to 1600
HIST 3669 History of the Middle East, 600-1500
HIST 3670 History of the Middle East Since 1500
HIST 5310 Intellectual History of Europe
HIST 5340 The Ancient Near East
HIST 5350 The Renaissance in European History
HIST 5450 Tudor-Stuart England
LATN 1001 Latin Level I
LATN 1002 Latin Level II
LATN 1003 Latin Level III
LATN 1004 Latin Level IV
MRST 5000 Medieval and Renaissance Studies Seminar
PHIL 2453 Existentialism and Phenomenology
PHIL 3321 Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy
PHIL 4250 Metaphysics

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Dr. Mary Nyangweso
(252) 737-2422