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  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Arts with Concentration in Religious Studies
  • Course description
    BA with Concentration in Religious Studies (15 credits [90 credit hours])
                
    1.     At least one full class [two half classes] (6 credit hours) selected from RELS 1001.03, RELS 1002.03, RELS 1200.06 or 2200.06 This requirement may be relaxed at the discretion of the Department. The King's Foundation Year Program satisfies it.
    Students must complete a minimum of six full classes [twelve half classes] (36 credit hours) or a maximum of nine full classes [eighteen half classes] (54 credit hours) in Religious Studies beyond the 1000 level. They must include:
                
    2.     (2) At least two full classes [four half classes] (12 credit hours) selected from RELS 2001.03, 2003.03, 2004.06, 2011.03, 2012.03, 2013.03, 2220.03, 2281.03, 2282.03, 3003.03, 3009.03.
    3.     (3) RELS 3000.03 Seminar in Religious Studies. This requirement may be relaxed at the discretion of the Department.
    4.     (4) At least one full class [two half classes] (6 credit hours) selected from RELS 3003.03, 3006.03, 3007.03, 3011.03, 3012.03, 3015.03, 3120.03, 3121.03, 3122.03, 3381.03, 3382.03. 3100.03, 3101.03, 3410.03, 4010.03, 4011.03, 4012.03, 4013.03, 4014.03, 4015.03, 4400.03, 4441.03, 4450.06.

    • RELS 1001.03: Introduction to Eastern Religions.
    • RELS 1002.03: Introduction to Western Religions.
    • RELS 1200X/Y.06: Classical Mythology.
    • RELS 2001.03: Judaism.
    • RELS 2003.03: Islam.
    • RELS 2004X/Y.06: Meetings between Hellenism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam from Philo Judaeus to Dante.
    • RELS 2011.03: Hinduism.
    • RELS 2012.03: Chinese and Japanese Religions.
    • RELS 2013.03: Buddhism.
    • RELS 2025.03: Nature, the Human, Community and the Divine in the Pre-Modern West.
    • RELS 2053.03: Women and Islam.
    • RELS 2070.03: The Study of Scripture: Topics in religious textual traditions.
    • RELS 2100.03: A Cultural Introduction to the Arab World.
    • RELS 2205.03: Philosophy of Religion.
    • RELS 2220.03: Ancient Israel in her Near Eastern Context.
    • RELS 2281.03: Christian Beginnings: The Orthodox and Oriental Churches.
    • RELS 2282.03: Christian Beginnings: Catholicism.
    • RELS 2503.03: From Cordoba to Jakarta: Islamic Civilizations in a Global Perspective (Seventh-Eighteenth Centuries).
    • RELS 3000.03: Topics in Religious Studies.
    • RELS 3001.03: Islam and the Others.
    • RELS 3004.03: Religion and International Development.
    • RELS 3006.03: Western Spirituality - Mystics.
    • RELS 3007.03: Western Spirituality - Communities.
    • RELS 3008.03: The Medieval Church.
    • RELS 3009.03: Christianity in the Lands of Islam.
    • RELS 3012.03: Sufism.
    • RELS 3013.03: Religion and Contemporary Society.
    • RELS 3014.03: Comparative Mysticism.
    • RELS 3016.03: Women and Religion.
    • RELS 3100.03: Readings in Western Religions.
    • RELS 3101.03: Readings in Eastern Religions.
    • RELS 3120.03: Origins of Comparative Religion from Hegel to Nietzsche.
    • RELS 3200.03: Science and Religion: Historical Perspectives.
    • RELS 3201.03: Science and Religion: Contemporary Perspectives.
    • RELS 3381.03: Medieval Philosophy from Augustine to Anselm.
    • RELS 3382.03: Medieval Philosophy from Arabic and Jewish Thinkers to Aquinas.
    • RELS 3410.06: St. Augustine's Confessions.
    • RELS 3510X/Y.03: Sultans and Shahs: Polity and Religion in the Islamic Gunpowder Age (1500-1800).
    • RELS 4010.03: Islamic Philosophy: al-Ghazali.
    • RELS 4011.03: Jewish Philosophy: Maimonides.
    • RELS 4040.03: Dante's Inferno.
    • RELS 4041.03: Dante II. Purgatory and Paradise.
    • RELS 4310.03: Topics in Comparative Religion/RELS 4320.03: Independent Study in Comparative Religion.
    • RELS 4450X/Y.06: Medieval Interpreters of Aristotle.
    • RELS 4601.03: Hellenistic Philosophy - Stoics and Epicureans.
    • RELS 4602.03: Hellenistic Philosophy - From Scepticism to Neoplatonism.

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