The religious studies component of our division offers two introductory courses in the study of religious traditions, texts, rituals, and ideas, with a focus on understanding religious life and belief as an enduring concern of the human community. The study of religious texts, practices, and traditions involves recognition of the ways in which religion both shapes and is shaped by changing cultural forms. It involves critical reflection on the role and value of religious communities with respect to contemporary problems and issues.
If you would like more information about this area, or classes we offer please consult the links on the left or contact Leon Lane.
234 Moloney Building