College of Education, Humanities, and Social Sciences

Religion Minor

This program is designed to address such questions as: How does religion help the individual live a well examined life? What is the importance of religious values for the individual and for the human community? How does theological literature relate to social issues? You’ll explore how religious perspectives have a significant role in public life and have opportunities to observe and reflect on religious faith communities. A minor in religion paired with a major from a variety of disciplines—business, science, sports medicine, the arts—will add a distinctive quality to a graduate’s resume and open careers in those areas.

THL 200Scripture and its interpretation: A Global Introduction to the Bible3
or THL 206 New Testament
Select 12 credits of the following:12
Christian Ethics (3)
Global Christianity (4)
Athens and Jerusalem: Philosophy and Christianity (3)
Martin Luther: Saint & Sinner (3)
Callings: Christianity and Vocation (3)
Christianity and World Religions (3)
Christianity and the Media in Contemporary Culture (3)
Mission of God (3)
Faith and Justice in the City (3)
Total Credits15