Department of Religion and Culture

Graduate Program Co-ordinator: Edmund Pries, PhD

Field in the PhD Program

  • Religious Diversity in North America

Note on Courses Contained in Graduate Calendar

As far as possible, each program attempts to provide a full range of core courses and electives. However, every course listed in this Calendar is not available in every session or every year.

Students are encouraged to consult the program/department to inquire about course offerings each year.

Course Offerings
Course #TitleCredits
RE622 Textual Studies 0.5
RE627 Secularism 0.5
RE631 Ethical Encounters 0.5
RE632 Religion and Society 0.5
RE633 Religion and the Individual 0.5
RE640 Language, Ideology, and Religion 0.5
RE641 Religion and Politics in Global Context 0.5
RE642 Religion and Post-Colonial Thought 0.5
RE643 Islam and Muslims in the Contemporary World 0.5
RE644 Interpreting Asian Religions and Cultures 0.5
RE650 Special Topics in Global Justice 0.5
RE660 Narratives of/about Violence 0.5
RE661 Dialogue and Critique in an Age of Terror 0.5
RE690 Colloquium 0.5
RE691 Directed Study 0.5
RE693 Religions and Cultures in Global Contexts 0.5
RE697 Supervised Internship 1.0
RE698 Major Research Project 1.0
RE699 Thesis 0.0
RE700 Religious Diversity in North America 0.5
RE701 Case Studies in Religion 0.5
RE702 Research Languages in Religious Studies 0.0
RE703 Directed Study 0.5
RE704 Special Topics 0.5
RE705 History of Religion in North America 0.5
RE710 Approaches to the Study of Religion in North America 0.5
RE730 Sociology of Religion 0.5
RE800 General Examination 0.0
RE801 Field Examination 0.0
RE898 Public Presentation 0.0
RE899 Doctoral Dissertation 0.0