A new section of RELS 304: Introduction to World Religions has been opened. This is an online asynchronous course for Summer 2016.
Understanding today’s world and how nations interact requires some degree of awareness of different religious traditions. This course is an introduction to selected religious traditions and cultures through exploring the history of different religions, reading of classic texts and examination of ways of being religious in a variety of traditions. Religions studied may include Buddhism, Judaism, Islam, Christianity, Confucianism, Hinduism and Shamanistic/Indigenous traditions.
MN Transfer Curriculum Goal (GELS): Humanities/Fine Arts Goal(06), Global Perspective Goal(08) , Upper Division Liberal Studies