World Religions - REL-111
Subject Area(s): Religion
Credential(s): Associate's Degree
This course helps students to inquire into, analyze, and contextualize practices and beliefs of religions in all regions of the world. Students analyze different religions in relation to one another, contemplate the diversity of practices and beliefs even within a single religious tradition, consider how various religions engage significant human questions, and encounter religion as a living, evolving process. Students locate religions and their development within social, geographical, and political contexts. Students develop information literacy and communication tools to inquire into and discuss beliefs and practices with respect, curiosity, engagement, and intercultural competency. This course fulfills the Area 3 World View requirement for General Education. Prerequisites: Writing Skills II (ENG095) and Reading Skills II (RDG095) or exemption from requirements due to placement testing.
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