Degrees & Requirements
The Religion & Philosophy Department offers a B.A. degree with concentrations in religion and philosophy. While certain core courses are required of all religion majors, other course offerings may be selected to meet your interests and needs.
RELG 131 Old Testament Survey (3)
RELG 132 New Testament Survey (3)
Two courses from: (6)
RELG 111 World Religions
RELG 212 Asian Religions
RELG 213 Comparative Theology: Judaism, Christianity and Islam
RELG 314 Islam
RELG 221 Church and World (3)
RELG 310 History of Christianity (3)
One course from: (3)
RELG 431 Advanced Old Testament Studies
RELG 432 Advanced New Testament Studies
RELG 433 Paul
RELG 450 Senior Seminar (1)
Three additional courses in Religion (9)
MATH 120 or above (3-4), OR
STAT 161, 162 or 163
Majors cannot count both 111 and 200 toward completion of the major.
The senior project is fulfilled through successful completion of 450, the Senior Seminar, required of all majors in their senior year.
Minor in Religion
A student may minor in religion by completing 131, 132; 111, 212, 213 or 314; 310 and two electives from the department selected in consultation with the department chair.
PHIL 101 Introduction to Philosophy (3)
PHIL 201 Ethics (3)
PHIL 211 History of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy (3)
PHIL 212 History of Modern Philosophy (3)
PHIL 231 Techniques of Reasoning (3)
PHIL 314 Twentieth Century Philosophy (3)
PHIL 480 Senior Project (3)
Three additional courses in Philosophy* (9)
Additional Requirement: (3-4)
MATH 121 or above, OR
STAT 161, 162 or 163
*Chosen in consultation with the advisor.
The senior project requires research, development of a personal methodological stance, and application of analytical skills.
Minor in Philosophy
A student may minor in philosophy by completing 101, 211, 212, 231, and two other philosophy courses chosen in consultation with the department chair.
This information is effective using the most recent Academic Catalog for more detailed course descriptions you can view the Academic Catalog here.