Religion Minor

A Religion Minor invites students to explore the ways in which humanity's deepest values and commitments shape society through stories, beliefs, rituals, behaviors and institutions.

Religion Minor consists of the following 19 credits:

Student Learning Outcomes

  • Critical Thinking in Religion
  • Analytical Reasoning in Religion
  • Problem Solving in Religion
  • Written Communication in Religion
  • Religious literacy, consisting of
    • being able to articulate the nature, role and necessity of “symbols” for expressing ultimate commitments and values in society and the interpretive issues involved in dealing with them
    • being able to make meaningful and fruitful comparisons between the key historical developments, practices and beliefs of at least two religious systems/movements/traditions and of the diversity within each of them