The Religious Studies Minor examines the anthropological approach to religion and magic, origins of great traditions, religion and gender, and religion and society. In addition, you will study the cross-cultural influences and connections between religion and today's world. Finally, this minor explores world religions and religious movements as sociocultural processes involving the need to know and how to deal with problems during times of change.
The Religious Studies Minor program consists of fifteen (15) credit hours (five courses) of undergraduate study across traditional disciplines. A minimum of six (6) hours in the minor must be taken in residence at Kennesaw State University.
Required Courses: 6 Credit Hours
Select two from the following:
Electives: 9 Credit Hours
Select three courses from the following:
Any course from the list of required courses, if not taken as a requirement.
Any upper division course, including study abroad, deemed appropriate by the Religious Studies Coordinator.
Total Number of Credit Hours: 15Curriculum