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HU2150/HI2155 - World Religions - 4.5 Credits

This course explores the ways religion and its practice is relevant to human thought and behavior. A structure for organizing features common to most religious traditions makes learning easier and provides the student with a framework to identify similarities and differences between religions. Different teaching methods and techniques are used to make the student more aware of how religion shapes individual personalities, cultures, societies, and entire political systems. The course helps the student become better equipped to evaluate contemporary world events within a context of cooperation and the potentials for conflict among different religious traditions.

Prerequisite: EN1300

Delivery: on campus