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REL 104 Overview

This course introduces the student to the major religious traditions of the world. Study includes the major founders (where applicable), beliefs, scriptures, practices, and ethics of the traditions as well as contemporary internal issues, the impact of globalization on the traditions, an introduction to the concept of contextualization in the study of religion as well as interfaith dialogue around common issues of concern to the traditions.

  • 3.00 Credits
  • REL

Sections

World Religions - 2020 Fall REL104

Stritch.DescriptionLabel: This course introduces the student to the major religious traditions of the world. Study includes the major founders (where applicable), beliefs, scriptures, practices, and ethics of the traditions as well as contemporary internal issues, the impact of globalization on the traditions, an introduction to the concept of contextualization in the study of religion as well as interfaith dialogue around common issues of concern to the traditions.

Course Code:
REL 104 A

8/24/2020 - 12/13/2020

M, W 1:10 PM - 2:30 PM

Face to Face

Main Campus

World Religions - 2020 Fall REL104

Stritch.DescriptionLabel: This course introduces the student to the major religious traditions of the world. Study includes the major founders (where applicable), beliefs, scriptures, practices, and ethics of the traditions as well as contemporary internal issues, the impact of globalization on the traditions, an introduction to the concept of contextualization in the study of religion as well as interfaith dialogue around common issues of concern to the traditions.

Course Code:
REL 104 F DUAL AA 0000

8/24/2020 - 12/13/2020

Face to Face

Elizabeth Rydeski

Catholic Central HS only

World Religions - 2020 Fall REL104

Stritch.DescriptionLabel: This course introduces the student to the major religious traditions of the world. Study includes the major founders (where applicable), beliefs, scriptures, practices, and ethics of the traditions as well as contemporary internal issues, the impact of globalization on the traditions, an introduction to the concept of contextualization in the study of religion as well as interfaith dialogue around common issues of concern to the traditions.

Course Code:
REL 104 G DUAL AA 0000

8/24/2020 - 12/13/2020

Face to Face

Lisa Metz

DSHA HS only

World Religions - 2020 Fall REL104

Stritch.DescriptionLabel: This course introduces the student to the major religious traditions of the world. Study includes the major founders (where applicable), beliefs, scriptures, practices, and ethics of the traditions as well as contemporary internal issues, the impact of globalization on the traditions, an introduction to the concept of contextualization in the study of religion as well as interfaith dialogue around common issues of concern to the traditions.

Course Code:
REL 104 H DUAL AA 0000

8/24/2020 - 12/13/2020

Face to Face

Patric Nikolas

DSHA HS only

World Religions - 2020 Fall REL104

Stritch.DescriptionLabel: This course introduces the student to the major religious traditions of the world. Study includes the major founders (where applicable), beliefs, scriptures, practices, and ethics of the traditions as well as contemporary internal issues, the impact of globalization on the traditions, an introduction to the concept of contextualization in the study of religion as well as interfaith dialogue around common issues of concern to the traditions.

Course Code:
REL 104 I DUAL AA 0000

8/24/2020 - 12/13/2020

Face to Face

Paul Pasquesi

St Thomas More HS only

World Religions - 2020 Fall REL104

Stritch.DescriptionLabel: This course introduces the student to the major religious traditions of the world. Study includes the major founders (where applicable), beliefs, scriptures, practices, and ethics of the traditions as well as contemporary internal issues, the impact of globalization on the traditions, an introduction to the concept of contextualization in the study of religion as well as interfaith dialogue around common issues of concern to the traditions.

Course Code:
REL 104 J DUAL AA 0000

8/24/2020 - 12/13/2020

Face to Face

To Be Announced

Catholic Memorial studnts only

World Religions - 2020 Fall REL104

Stritch.DescriptionLabel: This course introduces the student to the major religious traditions of the world. Study includes the major founders (where applicable), beliefs, scriptures, practices, and ethics of the traditions as well as contemporary internal issues, the impact of globalization on the traditions, an introduction to the concept of contextualization in the study of religion as well as interfaith dialogue around common issues of concern to the traditions.

Course Code:
REL 104 B BSBA 09 0000

9/28/2020 - 11/8/2020

Online

Bus evening/online stdnts only

World Religions - 2020 Fall REL104

Stritch.DescriptionLabel: This course introduces the student to the major religious traditions of the world. Study includes the major founders (where applicable), beliefs, scriptures, practices, and ethics of the traditions as well as contemporary internal issues, the impact of globalization on the traditions, an introduction to the concept of contextualization in the study of religion as well as interfaith dialogue around common issues of concern to the traditions.

Course Code:
REL 104 C BSN AA 0000

9/28/2020 - 11/8/2020

Online

RN to BSN students only

World Religions - 2020 Fall REL104

Stritch.DescriptionLabel: This course introduces the student to the major religious traditions of the world. Study includes the major founders (where applicable), beliefs, scriptures, practices, and ethics of the traditions as well as contemporary internal issues, the impact of globalization on the traditions, an introduction to the concept of contextualization in the study of religion as well as interfaith dialogue around common issues of concern to the traditions.

Course Code:
REL 104 D BSRT AA 0000

9/28/2020 - 11/8/2020

Online

BSRT students only

World Religions - 2020 Fall REL104

Stritch.DescriptionLabel: This course introduces the student to the major religious traditions of the world. Study includes the major founders (where applicable), beliefs, scriptures, practices, and ethics of the traditions as well as contemporary internal issues, the impact of globalization on the traditions, an introduction to the concept of contextualization in the study of religion as well as interfaith dialogue around common issues of concern to the traditions.

Course Code:
REL 104 E

9/28/2020 - 11/8/2020

Online

Trad undergrad section