DS-ANTH 332 World Religions SeminarFree
About this course
This course studies the key elements, including beliefs and rituals, of the predominant religion practiced in the ICS intern’s cross-cultural location. Interns develop an understanding of what religion means and how religion functions in the life of individuals in the context. The course explores the way religions change and adapt themselves to new historical and geographical settings.
Notes: 3 credits
Prerequisite: 60 hours of credit in the Intercultural Studies (ICS) major including ANTH 232 World Religions
Corequisite: EXPL 311/312 Cross-Cultural Internship