College Catalog and Student Handbook
Student Learning Outcomes for Religious Studies:
Students will be able to:
Describe religion with nuance and complexity.
Analyze primary sources and secondary literature in religious studies with a critical perspective.
Develop a cogently argued and well-written thesis, using methods appropriate to the topic.
Give a clear and coherent oral presentation of a topic in the field of religious studies.
Elective options outside the Religious Studies discipline include the three listed below, but they may NOT count toward the requirement of at least two 300-level Religious Studies courses.
Students declaring Religious Studies as their second major may complete the program with at least ten Religious Studies courses in the discipline totaling no fewer than 36 credits.