The minor in religion encourages students to explore issues of personal faith, whether their own or those of others, or both, in a rigorous, sympathetic yet critical way. It gives students the opportunity to develop an appreciation of the history and Scriptures of Christianity, the world's largest religion. Religion is also studied as a social phenomenon. It is therefore an ideal minor for those majoring in the behavioral sciences and political studies, as well as history and other cognate subjects. A student who engages in religion as a minor will therefore learn to assess both personal issues of truth, ethics and values; but also how religion shapes and is shaped by broader societal forces.
REL2060 Exploring Religion (4)
Select an additional 16 semester hours from the Religion program, including at least eight hours at the 3000-level or above.