Religious studies courses form an important part of several interdisciplinary majors and minors in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Consider applying courses in religious studies to one of these programs of study.
Religious studies is an integral part of any attempt to understand the world today. Many courses in religious studies can be applied to this interdisciplinary program.
This minor combines courses from anthropology, art history, classics, history, philosophy, and religious studies with a museum course or field work in archaeology.
Students pursuing this minor may combine as many as four courses in religious studies with courses in history, government, anthropology, and art history.
This minor includes courses from art history, classics, history, philosophy, and religious studies.
This minor includes courses from anthropology, art history, classics, English, as well as religious studies.