RLS 115 Pluralism and Diversity in American Religions
(cross-listed with HIS 115)
This course is designed to engage the student in the increasingly important issues of pluralism and diversity from the point of view of American religious life. Students explore the multiple and varied relationships between religion, history, tradition, education, family, political life and other cultural manifestations.
- Prerequisite: None
- Hours: 3
- Credits: 3
This course can be used to fulfill the Pluralism and Diversity degree requirement.