2015-2016 Academic Catalog 
    
    Jun 13, 2024  
2015-2016 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses of Instruction


 

Psychology

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Biological, Behavioral, and Cognitive Processes

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Sociocultural Processes

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Developmental Processes

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Clinical and Applied Psychology

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Culminating Undergraduate Experience

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Individualized Instruction

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Religion Studies

Course Offerings are distributed among the following categories:

  100 - 199: Themes and Motifs in the Study of Religion
    These courses introduce students to the academic study of religion by tracing patterns and themes across religious traditions. Courses are comparative, employing a wide range of media and applying worldview analysis to contextualize varieties of belief and practice.
  202 - 299: Religions of the World
    These are religion specific courses that provide an in-depth introduction to particular religious traditions or clusters of religions that have occurred in particular geographic locations.
  300 - 349: Religious Expressions (Texts, Rituals/Practices, Fine/Performing Arts)
    Religions have historically expressed themselves in a variety of formats, including texts, the arts, and ritual practice. In the history of religions, fine and performing arts as well as rituals and practices carry equal weight with texts. The departmental curriculum provides opportunities for students to explore diverse forms of religious expression. Courses focus on religions’ traditions or geographical areas.
  350 - 399: Religion, Person, and Society (Gender, Historical Moments, Politics, Psychology, Religious Thought)
    A series of advanced thematic courses which examine specific theoretical, historical, geographic, political, and philosophical contexts for specific religious beliefs and practices. Courses may focus on religious traditions or geographical areas or may emphasize theoretical approaches that apply across traditions.
  450 - 469: CUE: Capstone Seminars in the Study of Religion
    These courses provide a capstone experience for our majors and other advanced students. Faculty and students work together to explore a research topic in depth.

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Russian

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Semester in Washington

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Sociology

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Spanish

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