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2007-2008 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2007-2008 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Religious Studies Specialization (50-59 credits) (60 credits)


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The religious studies specialization is comparative in nature, but complemented by a philosophical component focused on religion and unique electives designed to accommodate student interests. Students may choose either a 50- or 60-credit specialization. A student who completes the 60 credit major is not required to have a minor or second major.

Electives may be selected from any upper division religious studies course or the following philosophy courses (PHIL 310, PHIL 351, PHIL 376, PHIL 378, PHIL 445). Students may strengthen their preparation by taking additional upper division courses from anthropology, art, English, history, music, philosophy, political science, or sociology.

Select from the following - Credits: 10


Electives - Credits: 10 to 20


50-59 credit specialization (10-19 credits)
60 credit specialization (20 credits)

Electives may be selected from any upper division religious studies course or the following philosophy courses (PHIL 310, PHIL 351, PHIL 376, PHIL 378, PHIL 445). Students may strengthen their preparation by taking additional upper division courses from anthropology, art, English, history, music, philosophy, political science, or sociology.

PHIL courses used here cannot be used to fulfill requirements for the major or minor in Philosophy.

Total Credits: 50-60


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