Dec 15, 2019  
2018-19 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2018-19 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED]

Religious Studies Minor


Owen Smith, coordinator
Boynton Building, Room 208B
Phone: (936) 468-2367
Email: omsmith@sfasu.edu
Web: sfasu.edu/oidp

Advisory Committee
Kelly Salsbery (philosophy), Jill Carrington (art)

Objectives

The 18-hour minor in religious studies intends to acquaint students with the rich history and continuing relevance of the world’s religious traditions. As an interdisciplinary minor, religious studies integrates the interactions between religion and other spheres of human activity such as art, music, literature and politics. Students pursuing the religious studies minor will gain a deeper understanding of religion as an impulse, a practice and a historical force.

Minor in Religious Studies


Elective Courses: (9 hours)


(A maximum of nine hours of the entire minor may come from one discipline.)

  • Topics courses that are applied toward the requirements for this minor must be directly related to religious studies.
  • All substitutions for required and elective courses must be approved by the director of the Division of Multidisciplinary Programs.