Religion Minor

The religion minor consists of 15 credit hours including six lower-level and nine upper-level credit hours.

All prerequisites must be completed prior to enrollment in the following courses.

Introductory Courses
RELG 109: Introduction to the Study of Religion
RELG 203: Introduction to the Bible

Choose three courses from the following categories:
(each course must be from a different category)

Ethics
RELG/PHIL 305: Ethical Issues in Health Care
RELG/PHIL 309: Christian Ethics
RELG 310: The Bible, Sex, and Sexuality
PHIL 290, 390, 490: Selected Topics

Theology
RELG 270: Who is Jesus?
RELG 275: Does God Exist?
RELG 312: History of Philosophy II: Medieval
RELG 368: 20th Century Christian Thought
PHIL 290, 390, 490: Selected Topics

Bible
RELG 205: The Life and Teachings of Jesus
RELG 310: The Bible and Sexual Ethics
PHIL 290, 390, 490: Selected Topics

Non-Christian Traditions
RELG 202: Religions World: Middle East
RELG 206: Eastern Religions/Philosophies
RELG 218: Confucianism
RELG 315: Buddhism Joy of Being Awake
RELG 380: African American Religions in the US
RELG 385: From Babylon to Berlin: A History of Anti-Semitism
PHIL 290, 390, 490: Selected Topics

Electives
RELG 204: Introduction to the History of Christianity
RELG 276: Field Experience (1-3 hrs)
RELG 308: History of Women Philosophers
RELG 311: History of Philosophy I: Ancient Greek
RELG 312: History of Philosophy II: Medieval
RELG 325: Living with Joy at Life's End
RELG 351: Existentialism in Philosophy, Film and Literature
RELG 376: Philosophy of Religion
RELG 290, 390, 490: Selected Topics
RELG 391, 392, 491, 492: Research
RELG 495, 496: Honors Research
RELG 397, 398, 497, 498: Internship

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