World Religions 30 SSN 3161

(3 credits)

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

In this day and age, globalization enables people to communicate and interact with people of varied cultures and backgrounds.  A key to understanding others is recognizing their beliefs and values about life.  A deep and informed awareness of world religions will allow students to be respectful of the many people they will come across in the course of their lifetime. In order to understand how individuals make decisions, consider politics, react to conflict, etc. it is imperative to understand their relationship to religion.  This course allows students to examine the fundamental philosophies of major world religions, as well as the human interpretations and practices of these religions.

REQUIREMENTS:

Computer and internet connection

Gmail account

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Course start and finish dates will vary per 1, 3, and 5 credit course. Distance Education staff will work with students to determine course start dates. Students are responsible for course materials. Please note additional costs may be incurred by students for certain courses.

 

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