Jan 31, 2023  
College Catalog 2021 - 2023 
  
College Catalog 2021 - 2023

REL-111 World Religions


In this course, we inquire into, analyze, and contextualize diverse practices and beliefs of world religions. Students analyze artifacts and observations of religion, inquire into how various religions engage similar deep questions, address the rich diversity within a single religious tradition, and encounter religion as a living, evolving process. Students critically locate religions and their development within social, geographical, and institutional contexts. Students develop information literacy and communication skills to research and discuss religious beliefs and practices with field-specific skill and intercultural competency. Religions addressed include, but are not limited to, Hindu religions, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Sikhi, the Baha’i Faith, and select post-colonial integrative or “syncretic” religions (for example, Santeria, Rastafari, Vodou, and/or Cao Dai religion). The course meets the General Education requirement for Community and Cultural Contexts.
Prerequisites ESL-099  or ELL-103  or ENG-090  and ESL-098  or ELL-103  or RDG-095 .
Gen. Ed. Course No
Mass Transfer Course Yes
Credits: 3