REL 4500 - Capstone Seminar in Religion

Designed as a culminating experience for Comparative Religion majors completing or nearing completion of their degree. Focuses readings and discussions on a theme or problem identified by the instructor, and requires students to engage in original research that explores this theme or problem through comparison and application of theory. A significant portion of the work assigned in this course involves writing.

Prerequisites & Corequisites: Prerequisites: Completion of REL 2000, with a grade of "C" or better; completion of or concurrent enrollment in at least four total Comparative Religion courses.

Credits: 4 hours

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