Learning Outcomes — Religion

  • Ability to outline the history and important teachings of Christian faith
  • Understanding of at least one world religion, other than Christianity
  • Ability to offer meaningful and fruitful comparisons, not only between religions but within different interpretations of a single religion
  • Ability to distinguish between the concepts of religion and faith, and offer a critical appreciation of both
  • Ability to evaluate the importance of the social sciences' contribution to the study of religion
  • Recognition and articulation of the significance of art, architecture, and music in religion
  • Ability to demonstrate, using written and spoken communication, a knowledge of the study of religion appropriate to a learned person with an undergraduate degree in Religious Studies