REL 302 Studies in Global Rels & Spirs

Prerequisite: GSTR 210, REL 100, or permission of instructor

A study of religions and spiritualties as expressions of human cultures. This course will examine selected rituals, experiences, teachings, institutions and social structures, narratives or myths, moral codes and behavior, and/or material products and objects of specific religions or spiritualities as they both emerge from and help to shape or to influence human cultures. Students may repeat this course for credit, if the topic differs from the study of a previous topic in this course. Religion Perspective


1 Course Credit