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Program Learning Goals and Outcomes

Program Learning Goals

  1. Develop religious literacy in order for students to become responsible global citizens
  2. Engage students in their own learning
  3. Encourage students to analyze religion through the lenses of different world views
  4. Connect theory and practice using examples from world religions
  5. Challenge student presuppositions and ask students to reflect upon their inherited traditions
  6. Analyze written, visual, or performed texts in religious studies with sensitivity to their diverse cultural contexts and historical moments
  7. Argue from multiple perspectives about issues in religious studies that have both personal and global relevance
  8. Demonstrate the ability to approach complex problems and ask complex questions drawing upon knowledge of religious studies

Degree Learning Outcomes/Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Clarify the difference between religious studies and theology
  2. Contextualize religious phenomena 3. Use logic and theoretical methods to analyze religious issues and solve problems
  3. Argue from multiple perspectives about issues in religious studies that have personal and global relevance
  4. Demonstrate the ability to approach complex problems and ask complex questions drawing upon knowledge of religions
  5. Communicate answers to real world problems
  6. Explore and recognize basic terms, concepts, and domains of religious studies

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Advising

If you need further information or have any questions, please contact the classics adviser or visit any of the links below.

Professor Drew Thomases

Office: AL-672 | Phone: (619) 594-2723
Email: [email protected]

Important Links:  Class Schedule |  SDSU General Catalog |  Major Academic Plan