Religious Studies - Minor

  The study of religion has become increasingly important as a way to understand the roles religion plays in public life and world cultures.   The College of Liberal Arts offers an Interdisciplinary Minor in Religious Studies. Students must have a GPA above 2.0 and fewer than 90 hours of completed coursework to declare the minor.

Comparative Religions
RELS 303/HUMA 303Near Eastern Religions3
RELS 304/HUMA 304Indian and Oriental Religions3
Select two or four of the following: 16-12
Introduction to Biblical Archaeology
Folklore and the Supernatural
Anthropology of Religion
Religious Communication
The Bible as Literature
Studies in Literature, Religion and Culture
Martin Luther and the Reformation in Germany
History of Christianity: Origins to the Reformation
History of Islam
Rise of Islam, 600-1258
History of Religion in America to 1860
History of Religion in America from 1860 to the Present
European Intellectual History from Ancient Greece to the Early Middle Ages
European Intellectual History from the High Middle Ages to the 17th Century
Hebrew Scriptures
New Testament
Political Islam and Jihad
Philosophy of Religion
Hebrew Scriptures
New Testament
History of Christianity: Origins to the Reformation
History of Islam
Classical Mythology
Women and Religion
Contemplation in the Modern World
Introduction to Biblical Archaeology
Political Islam and Jihad
Sociology of Religion
Philosophy of Religion
Folklore and the Supernatural
Rise of Islam, 600-1258
The Bible as Literature
History of Religion in America to 1860
History of Religion in America from 1860 to the Present
Studies in Literature, Religion, and Culture
Anthropology of Religion
Psychology of Religion
European Intellectual History from Ancient Greece to the Early Middle Ages
European Intellectual History from the High Middle Ages to the 17th Century
Diversity Lessons from Medieval Spain
Religious Communication
Women and Religion
Sociology of Religion
Women and Religion
Language electives 1
May select two of the following:
Intermediate Greek
Intermediate Latin I
Intermediate Latin II
Advanced Greek: New Testament
Advanced Classical Greek Poetry
Advanced Classical Greek Prose
Advanced Latin Prose
Advanced Latin Poetry
Intermediate Arabic I
Intermediate Arabic II
Reading and Composition
Reading and Composition II
Total Semester Credit Hours18
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Up to six semester credit hours may be in approved languages.

Students must make a grade of "C" or better in all courses.

At least 9 semester credit hours must be 300-400 level courses.