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2002SP Undergraduate Day - Religion

Day Division - Semester

!* REL-105-S01 Christian Faith & Thought   4   10:40-11:45AM   MWF   MART 314   M. Butler
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact

! REL-111-S16 Afr-Amer Rel Exp   4   6:15PM-9:15PM   W   MART 314   J. Trimble
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
A survey of the various religious traditions, with emphasis on the Christian experience, of African-Americans.
ABOVE IS P.M. DAY TUITION RATES APPLY 

!*# REL-202-S01 Intro Hebrew Bible/OT   4   9:55AM-11:35AM   TTH   MART 314   R. Thewlis
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Research

!*# REL-203-S01 Jesus and the Gospels   4   8:00AM-9:40AM   TTH   MART 314   R. Thewlis
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Research

!* REL-230-S01 Mod Spiritual Paths   3   1:00PM-2:15PM   TTH   KAMM 215   A. Kolp
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact

!*# REL-240-S01 Power of Myth   3   2:40PM-3:30PM   MWF   MART 314   M. McClure
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact

!* REL-263H-S01 Search for Meaning   4   1:00PM-3:00PM   T   MART 316   Gordon/Levin
LAB   1:00PM-3:00PM   TH   MART 316
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
COURSE MAY BE TAKEN FOR RELIGION OR PSYCHOLOGY CREDIT BUT NOT BOTH. (SEE PSY 263H.SO1)
It is the intent of this course to tackle the question of meaning through the use of film and readings in religion, philosophy, psychology, and literature.  The topics of consciousness, death, evil, gender and sexuality, friendship, family, and community will be explored as they relate to the question of meaning.
STUDENTS MUST BE OF AT LEAST SOPHOMORE STATUS AND ENROLLED IN THE HONORS PROGRAM, OR HAVE AT LEAST SOPHOMORE STATUS AND A GPA OF AT LEAST 3.5.

Day Division - Minimester A

!* REL-103-A01 Intro to Religion   2   8:00AM-9:05AM   MWF   MART 314   M. McClure
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact

!* REL-263-A01 Sem: Tales of the End   2   1:20PM-2:25PM   MWF   MART 315   J. Gordon
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
NEW!  A non-literal examination of the religious, political and social meanings of the New Testament book of Revelation.  We explore the historical conditions that led to its creation, we will examine its poetic, symbolic content, and its possible implications for contemporary Christian faith and thought.

Day Division - Minimester B

!*# REL-104-B01 Cosmogony & Ethics   2   8:00AM-9:05AM   MWF   MART 314   M. McClure
Prerequisites: Take REL-103
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
Considers some ways in which people have attempted to find meaning by connecting their actions to their understanding of the creation of the world/universe.  We examine religion as a phenomenon itself, and then creation stories from Greek mythology, Indian mythology, Islam, Judaism, Christianity, and a modern scientific perspective, for their religious/ethical significance.

!* REL-111-B01 Sexual Morality   2   1:00PM-4:20PM   TH   MART 314   E. Kordas
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
An examination of marital and sexual morality in the Roman Catholic tradition.

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