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PHIL 3304. World Religions. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

A study of the philosophical, ethical, and social dimensions of the religions of the world. Focuses on major religions but lesser known ones may be included. The course will emphasize the diversity of religious experience and traditions. Credit for both PHIL 3304 and RELI 3304 will not be awarded.

College of Liberal & Fine Arts


...advanced): 12 PHIL 3301 Ethics in the Professions PHIL 3304 World Religions PHIL 3309 [ WI...



...Politics POLS 3320 Terrorism and Political Violence PHIL 3304 World Religions Elective 3 Total Hours...

Communication Studies


...Advanced COMM Electives 3 PHIL 3301 [shared] Ethics...COMM 3340 Persuasion COMM 3304 Interpersonal Communications 3...

Social Sciences


...the following: 15 Professional Development COMM 3304 Interpersonal Communications PHIL 3301 Ethics in the Professions...



...3 PHIL 2303 Introduction to Logic 3 PHIL...Financial Management 3 ECON 3304 Environmental Economics 3...