Looking to get credit? Of course you are.
Most religion courses fulfill general education requirements in humanities (H).
A few examples of General Education & other credit courses include:
- Religion & Social Change (REL 4141) (Social & Behavioral Sciences)
- North American Religion (REL 2121) (History)
- Ethics in America (REL 3—) (Diversity Credit)
Students taking religion courses to fulfill general education should take these courses at the introductory (2000) or intermediate (3000) level. There are no prerequisites for 2000 level courses. Detailed descriptions of current and prospective courses are available online and in 107 Anderson before registration. Consult individual faculty members as well.