Special to Majors
REL 400: CAPSTONE WRITING COLLOQUIUM FOR MAJORS (F)
3 credits/ Concentration Option, Patterns 2
As the capstone or culminating course in the Religion major, this course oversees the process of researching, writing and presenting a paper that integrates students' areas of focus in the undergraduate curriculum. As both a workshop and a forum for ongoing discussion, the colloquium provides both training in the skills needed to undertake such a project and a community of learning for critical engagement and mutual encouragement. The colloquium begins with honing a research question and concludes with a defense/discussion with other majors and Religion faculty.
REL 410: INTERNSHIP
This course is designed to provide students with the opportunity to apply their knowledge to relevant positions in religious, charitable, or other nonprofit organizations. Prerequisites: Permission of the Chair, GPA of 2.67.