World Religions in Global Perspective
0.5 Credit

Hours per week:
  • Lecture/Discussion: 3

The study of major living religions in the world, including an exploration of the historical, cultural and religious setting of the various traditions; their major beliefs and practices; and their contemporary global significance, including their roles in fostering conflict and peace, in shaping and responding to globalization, and in contributing to international development. (Cross-listed as GS223.)(Online Learning only)

Additional Course Information
RE212*, GS223, GS224.