Comparative Religion Minor

Total Units Required: 18

The Minor in Comparative Religion helps students cultivate an understanding and respect for multiple religious and non-religious perspectives as an integral part of education for citizenship in a pluralistic society and world. The minor promotes an understanding of how religion relates to world politics, science, gender and sexuality, and other human domains, as well as helping to develop critical thinking, effective communication, and research skills in the study of historical and contemporary cultures of the US and the world.

A student reads the Torah.