CLASS

Religious Studies Minor

Department: Literature and Philosophy

Contact: Dr. Finbarr Curtis, Newton 3301A


Minor Program

A minor in Religious Studies can be completed by taking 15 semester hours of Religious Studies courses as well as approved courses in other departments.

There is one required course. 

  • RELS 4890 – Seminar in Religious Studies (3).

The seminar is the capstone course and is expected to be one of the final classes taken to fulfill the religious studies minor.

You can select 4 of the following courses:

  • RELS 2130 – Introduction to Religion (3)
  • RELS 3030 – Selected Topics (3)
  • RELS 3131 – World Religions (3)
  • RELS 3134 – Asian Religions. (3)
  • RELS 3135 – Introduction to Hinduism (3)
  • RELS 3136 – Introduction to Global Islam (3)
  • RELS 3137 – Introduction to Christianity (3)
  • RELS 3138 – Introduction to Buddhism (3)
  • RELS 3235 – Relgion, Sex, and Gender (3)
  • RELS 3238 – Hebrew Prophets. (3)
  • RELS 3330 – Introduction to the Hebrew Bible. (3)
  • RELS 3335 – Introduction to the New Testament. (3)
  • RELS 3430 – Religion and Politics (3)
  • RELS/HIST 3139 – Introduction to the History of Religion in the U.S. (3)
  • RELS/PSYC 3231 – Psychology of Religion (3)
  • RELS/HIST 3233 – The Early Church (3)
  • RELS/HIST 3250 – The Muslim World to Tamerlane (3)
  • RELS/HIST 3251 – The Muslim World Since Genghis Khan (3)
  • RELS/HIST 3332 – Late Antiquity (3)
  • RELS/PSYC 3336 – Humanistic and Transpersonal Psychology (3)
  • RELS/PHIL 3635 – Existentialism (3)
  • RELS/PHIL 4632 – Philosophy of Religion (3)
  • RELS/SOCI 5133 – Sociology of Religion (3)
  • RELS/HIST 5332 – The Reformation (3)
  • RELS/ENGL 5530 – The Bible as Literature (3)

Last updated: 5/24/2017

Center for Religious Studies • P.O. Box 8023 • 912-478-0222