College of Behavioral and Social Sciences and College of Humanities
(See Religious Studies in the Academic Programs section for information on the minor program)
300 The Nature of Religious Experience (3) [GE]
Examination of nature of religious experience drawn from several different religions and various academic disciplines within the humanities and social sciences; investigation as to the meaning of religious commitment in a secular world. (Also offered as CHS 300.)
696 Directed Reading in Religious Studies (3)
Prerequisite: RELS 300. Independent reading and study project designed to synthesize varying perspectives on religion and religious experiences.
NOTE: For other religion courses, see PHIL 105 and philosophy courses numbered 500-599.