REL 305 Topics in Third World Religions

3 credits, Fall or Spring

Investigates various issues in selected Third World religions. The course places special emphasis on the basic world views of a specific culture, such as African or Native American cultures. The topics may include religion and morality, rites of passage, the family, religious symbols and art, sacrifice, religion and medicine, and encounters with foreign religions.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 152 or equivalent, third-year or fourth-year status or permission of the instructor

General Education: Humanities