The religious studies concentration of the philosophy major requires a minimum of 39 credit hours in philosophy and religious studies. The following requirements must be satisfied:
Lower-level philosophy requirements:
PHIL-P 100 Introduction to Philosophy; PHIL-P 140 Introduction to Ethics; PHIL-P 150 Elementary Logic or PHIL-P 250 Introductory Symbolic Logic.
Lower-level religious studies requirements:
REL-R 152 Jews, Christians, Muslims; REL-R 153 Religions of Asia.
Upper-level philosophy requirements:
REL-P 371 Philosophy of Religion; REL-P 333 Philosophy Seminar.
Two courses in the History of Philosophy selected from:
PHIL-P 302 Medieval Philosophy; PHIL-P 304 Nineteenth-Century Philosophy; PHIL-P 314 Modern Philosophy; and PHIL-P 410 Ancient Greek Philosophy.
Upper-level Religious Studies Requirements:
Two courses in world religions selected from REL-R 210 Introduction to Old Testament/Hebrew Bible; REL-R 220 Introduction to New Testament; REL-R 245 Introduction to Judaism; REL-R 257 Introduction to Islam; REL-R 354 Buddhism; and REL-R 358 Introduction to Hinduism.
One course in religious history selected from REL-R 327 Origins of Christianity; REL-R 331 Christianity 1500-2000; REL-R 335 Religion in the United States, 1600-1850; REL-R 336 Religion in the United States, 1850-Present; and REL-R 345 Religious Issues in Contemporary Judaism.
One course in religion and culture selected from R 362 Religion in Literature; R 364 Topics in Gender and Western Religion; and R 371 Religion, Ethics, and the Environment.