The following list represents the detailed course descriptions of our current offerings; for the full range of courses offered in the Religious Studies program, please consult the Undergraduate Course Descriptions in the UNF Catalog.
REL 2300 Comparative Religion
The specific content of this course varies by instructor but in general it introduces students to one of the two primary approaches to Religious Studies: Comparative Religion (sometimes called the History of Religions). It includes an introduction to the academic study of religion, a survey of the world's major religious traditions and a discussion such categories as myth, ritual, religious experience, and religious institutions. This course fulfills the University’s “Cultural Diversity” requirement and is a requirement for both the major and the minor.
REL 3040: Religion Theory and Methods (FALL ONLY, Required for Majors)
Denison, Friday, 12-2:45
REL 3936: Sociology of the Bible
Phillips, T/R, 4:30-5:45
De Jorio, T/R, 1:40-2:55
REL 3934: India: Thought and Culture in SE Asia
Carelli, M/W, 3:00-4:45REL 3935: Japanese Philosophy through Culture
Mattice, T/Th, 10:50-12:05
REL 3932: Judaism in America
Denison, T/Th, 12:15-1:30
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