Summer Course Offerings in the Department of Religion
Religion is deeply connected to the human experience. This summer we are continuing our exploration of the historical and contemporary role of religion in the making of art, thought, and civilization, and invite you to join us!
If you have humanities requirements that you need or would like to fulfill, and are interested in developing a critical awareness of one of the foundations of human culture & society, please consider taking one or more of the following exciting online courses:
- REL 101.U802 (Class no. 72717) – Religions of the World, online with Professor Philip P. Arnold (email@example.com) and Staff.
- REL 103.U801 (Class no. 70309) /103.U802 (Class no. 70310) - Religion & Sports, online with Professor Philip P. Arnold (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Staff.
- REL/MES 165.U800 (Class no. 72291) - Discovering Islam, online with Professor Ahmed Abdel Meguid (email@example.com).
- REL 191.U801 (Class no. 70423) /191.U802 (Class no. 72212) - Religion, Meaning, and Knowledge, online with Professor Marcia C. Robinson.
For more information on these courses, please email the professors at their respective addresses above or view this course descriptions PDF.