RELG 101. World Religions (3; F, S)
Three hours per week. An examination of the world's major religions, with an emphasis on texts, beliefs, traditions, values, and practices.

RELG 201. Old Testament History & Literature (3; F, S)
Three hours per week. A nonsectarian, critical study of selected Old Testament writings with emphasis on the origin and development of Hebrew life and religion.

RELG 202. New Testament History & Literature (3; F, S)
Three hours per week. A nonsectarian, critical study of selected New Testament writings with emphasis upon the role of the early Christian communities in the production of these writings.

RELG 305. Philosophy of Religion (3)
Three hours per week. A study of such topics as the existence and nature of God, the nature of our knowledge of God, the nature of faith and religion. Includes both medieval and contemporary views.

RELG 350. Special Topics in Religion (3)
Three hours per week. A study of selected topics in religion to be announced in advance of registration. May be repeated once as long as the topic is different.