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Major Areas of Study: RELIGION


Course Offerings and Major/Minor Requirements


Course Offerings
By number with credit-hours in parenthesis.
For more information on a specific course, visit the department web site.

150. Biblical Theology (3)
153. World Religions (3)
220. History of Christianity: Ancient and Medieval (3)
226. History of Christianity: Reformation and Modern (3)
229. African-American Religious History (3)
251. The World of Islam (3)
252. The Judeo-Christian Tradition (3)
253. Biblical Ethics (3)
260. Introduction to Christian Theology (3)
261. Women and the Bible (3)
262. Global Christianity (3)
301. Old Testament Literature (3)
302. Biblical Backgrounds (3)
303. New Testament Literature (3)
304. Jesus in the New Testament (3)
330. Christ and the Courts: Religion and Culture in the United States (3)
342. Religion and Philosophies of Asia (3)
352. Religion and Film (3)
353. Religion and Gender (3)
360. Topics in Religion (1-3)
368. Religion in the United States (3)
385. Teaching Christian Education (3)
393. Global Issues and Values (3)
395. World Mythology (3)
397. Internship in Christian Education (2)
398, 399. Internship in Pastoral Care (2, 2)
401. Directed Readings in Religion (1; 2; 3)
494. Senior Studies in Christian Education (2)
495. Senior Seminar Research in Religion (1)
496. Senior Seminar (3)

Religion Major Requirements
28 hours in addition to the Moral Inquiry Liberal Arts Essentials requirement

  • Religion 153, 220 or 226, 301, 303, 495, 496, and two other courses at the 300 or 400 level
  • Electives: Courses from Religion offerings: up to two from Philosophy offerings with permission of department chair

Religion Minor Requirements (15 hours)

Option of one offering in Philosophy with permission of department chair

Christian Education Major Requirements (35 hours in addition to the Moral Inquiry Liberal Arts Essentials requirement)

  • Religion 260, 301, 303 or 304, 220 or 226, 385, 393, 397, 494
  • Education 110, 112, 314
  • Psychology 101

NOTE: Major/minor requirements are in addition to the Liberal Arts Essentials (LAE), which are required of all students to graduate.

 

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