Studies in Religion
The Studies in Religion Program provides students with a basic knowledge of the history, psychology, philosophy, and anthropology of religion; promotes an understanding of diverse religious traditions; and examines religious questions which arise in all cultures. The concern of the program is not to inculcate a particular doctrine or faith but rather to broaden and deepen a student's knowledge and understanding of religious traditions.
The concentration in Religion was suspended at the end of Winter Term, 2000. The last date students were ablet to declare a concentration was April 14, 2000. After this date, students interested in pursuing an
individual concentration in religion should contact the ICP advisor. Students who declared a concentration by April 14, 2000 will pursue the concentration according to
the following requirements.
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