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Courses Approved for Religious Studies

General Education courses that satisfy the Religious Studies requirement are:

  • ASI 111  Core Integrated Studies: The Roots and Development of Modern Cultures and Values
    Note: Core Program students only; meets History and Religious Studies humanities base requirements.
  • ASI 110  Development of Western Culture in a Global Context
    Note: Core Program students only; meets History and Religious Studies humanities base requirements.
  • ASI 324  Cities and Suburbs: The Influence of Place (Religious Studies)
    Note: Students taking ASI 324 may not receive credit for ASI 322 or ASI 33.
  • ASI 344  Special Topics in Religious Studies
    Note: Specific topics approved for designated cluster. Consult semester class schedule.
  • ASI 371  Professional Ethics in a Global Community SBA
    Note: Core Program students only.
  • ASI 372  Professional Ethics in a Global Community EDU
    Note: Core Program students only.
  • ASI 373  Professional Ethics in a Global Community ENGR
    Note: Core Program students only.
  • ASI 375  Professional Ethics in a Global Community REL
    Note: Core Program students only.
  • MST 312  Reading the Signs of the Times
  • REL 103  Introduction to Religion
  • REL 198  Religious Studies Scholars’ Seminar
    Note: Berry Scholars only for students entering prior to Fall 2010.
  • REL 304  Hinduism
  • REL 305  Eastern Orthodoxy
  • REL 306  Buddhism
  • REL 307  Judaism
  • REL 308  Islam
  • REL 309  Afro-Latin Religions
  • REL 310  The Pentateuch
  • REL 311  The Prophets
  • REL 312  The Psalms and the Wisdom Literature
  • REL 315  The Gospels
  • REL 316  New Testament Theologies
  • REL 318  Studies in Paul
  • REL 319  The Book of Revelation
  • REL 323  History of Christianity I (100-1100)
  • REL 324  History of Christianity II (1100-Present)
  • REL 326  Protestant Christianity
  • REL 327  U.S. Religious Experience
  • REL 328  U.S. Catholic Experience
  • REL 329  African-American Religion
  • REL 330  Faith of Immigrants
  • REL 344  Christian Marriage
  • REL 352  Sacred Music and Worship in the Local Church
  • REL 356  The Christian Tradition of Prayer
  • REL 358  Liberation Theology
  • REL 360  Christian Ethics
  • REL 362  Christian Family Values and Television
  • REL 363  Faith and Justice
  • REL 365  Christian Ethics and the Environment
  • REL 366  The Holocaust: Theological and Religious Responses
  • REL 367  Christian Ethics and Health Care Issues
  • REL 368  Christian Ethics and the Business World
  • REL 369  Christian Ethics and Engineering
  • REL 372  Religion and Film
  • REL 373  Religion and Literature
  • REL 374  Religion and the Arts
  • REL 375  Religion and Science
  • REL 376  Theology and the Social Sciences
  • REL 377  The Inner Journey in Myth, Bible, and Literature
  • REL 383  Philosophy of Religious Education
  • REL 429  Modern Catholicism
  • REL 437  Significance of Jesus
  • REL 440  The Church
  • REL 441  Theology of Mary
  • REL 442  God and Atheism
  • REL 443  The Sacraments
  • REL 444  God in Christian Tradition
  • REL 446  Christian Liturgy
  • REL 447  Selected Catholic Doctrines
  • REL 471  Women and Religion
  • REL 472  Ecology and Religion
  • REL 474  Women and the Global Church
  • REL 488  Spirituality and Religious Education