Comparative Religion Minor
For information, contact the Department of Comparative Religion, 200 Upham Hall (513-529-4300).
In virtually all cultures, religion has developed as a powerful dimension of social, political, and economic life. Religion has also had enormous impacts on literature, the arts, and human thought. A brief glance at today’s headlines will show how religion permeates every corner of human affairs. Comparative Religion courses relate to virtually every aspect of human affairs: ethics, culture, art, family and more, therefore enhancing proficiencies relevant to a student’s primary major.
(18 semester hours)
|Methods for the Study of Religion|
|At least 15 additional semester hours in Comparative Religion, nine hours of which must be at the 300 level or above.|
|Total Credit Hours||18|