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World Religions

The Program

The minor in World Religions explores the diversity of religious practices and beliefs and the place religious traditions have in a complex, globalized world. World Religions could be an excellent minor for you if you are interested in religious traditions other than your own, or want a deeper understanding of the history and impact of your own religious tradition.


To enroll in the World Religions Minor, please fill out this form: https:// It will go to an Arts and Sciences advisor.


A minimum of 18 credit hours, including ANT 335: Religion in Everyday Life is required. Nine credit hours must be at the 300 level or above. Six must be from a prefix outside of the major. For more details, click on "Minor" in the navigation. For each semester's offerings, click on "Course Offerings."