Department of Philosophy and Religion, College of Arts and Sciences
Graduate Courses in Religious Studies (REL)
Additional offerings by the department include courses in Philosophy (PHL)
Kevin Schilbrack, Department Chair
REL 5400. Religion in Appalachia (3).S. An examination of the origins, history, contemporary practices, and beliefs of the people of the Southern Appalachia region. Attention will be given to religion within the formal structure of the church, within the social structures of mountain life and as a component of individual identity.
REL 5500. Independent Study (1-3).F;S.
REL 5530-5549. Selected Topics (1-4).On Demand.
REL 5649. Seminar (3).F;S. An intensive study of special problems, topics, or issues related to the study of religion. The subject matter of this course will vary and barring duplication of subject matter, a student may repeat the course for credit. Prerequisite: one course in religious studies or consent of the instructor.
REL 5989. Graduate Research (1-9).F;S. This course is designed to provide access to University facilities for continuing graduate research at the master's and specialist's levels. Graded on an S/U basis. REL 5989 does not count toward a degree.