Introduction to Religion
- Permission Required:
- (ENC0021 and REA0011)
- 3.00 Credits
- 3.00 Hours
This course offers an introduction to the nature of religious belief and practice. It will provide students with an understanding of what religion is, of the universal forms of religion and of the basic contemporary and classic sources of religious experience. Discussions of the sacred and holy, symbolism, myth, doctrine, ritual, death and the self, the problem of evil, the anatomy of faith, and the social aspects of religion will be addressed. Analysis of influential scholarship in the academic study of religion and the exploration and application of the diversity of religious experience will be explored. This course satisfies the Gordon Rule writing requirement.
PHSC Course Schedule: Introduction to Religion
|Section||Availability||Dates||Days||Meeting Time||Location||Delivery||Bldg/Room||Instructor||Credit Hours||Clock Hours||Fees||Comments|
|1068||Open||08/15/2022-12/02/2022||Thu||5:30P- 6:45||East Campus||
Hybrid - Remote
In this modality, the course meets remotely on the day and time listed in the schedule by utilizing technology (zoom) through canvas. The remainder of the course is delivered with online assignments and activities. Students need a webcam and microphone for this class.
Traditional online format. In this modality, the course is available through canvas any time throughout the semester offering a high level of flexibility and with no set meeting schedule. Students may need a webcam and microphone for this class.