Religion Courses (REL)

REL 2210
Introduction to Biblical Studies (3)
 

An Introduction to the books of the Old Testament (Hebrew Bible) and New Testament in their historical settings, emphasizing textual analysis, literary forms/ their function and use in the past and present in both the Jewish and Christian traditions.

REL 2280
World Religions (3)
 

Historical development and basic beliefs of the world’s major religions.

REL 2285
Travel Study in Religion (1-3)
 

Supervised investigation of relevant topics in religion through travel-study abroad or within the interior of United States. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Course may be repeated for credit with permission of instructor.

REL 3380
Travel Study in Religion (1-3)
 

Supervised investigation of relevant topics in religion through travel-study abroad or within the interior of the United States. Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor Course may be repeated for credit with permission of instructor.

REL 4499
Internship in Religion (1-3)
 

Supervised work in an agency that can provide experience in the field of study. Prerequisites: senior standing, at least a 2.5 GPA, 12 hours in upper-division courses in the field, and permission of supervising instructor, department chair, and/or dean. Course may be repeated for credit with permission of instructor.