There are still plenty of available seats in this fun, new course, so please enroll in Passport as soon as possible to secure your spot.
You can access the Moodle forums and retrieve the password for the course by going here (and entering your login information):
COURSE DESCRIPTION (FALL 2017)
Comparative study of the world’s great religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam; original sources stressed.
Religion is alive, dynamic, and changing. In this course section, we will explore religion “as it is lived: as human beings encounter, understand, interpret it” (Primiano). This means we will attempt to discover “everyday religion” in our own homes, on our own bodies, and through our personal stories.
ARTICULATION FOR COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES:
This class is acceptable for credit at UC and CSU. It counts towards GE AA/AS area 3; CSU area C2; and IGETC area 3. It can be used as an elective for the Liberal Arts and Humanities Associate in Arts Degree Program and the Liberal Arts: Intersegmental General Education Transfer (IGETC) Certificate of Achievement. This course also counts as an elective for the Associate in Arts for Transfer degree (A.A.-T) in Philosophy.
NOTE: I WILL OPEN THE MOODLE/CANVAS SHELL AND POST THE SYLLABS A FEW DAYS EARLIER SO YOU CAN GET STARTED ON THE COURSE RIGHT AWAY IF YOU LIKE.
I look forward to learning about religion with you this semester. Dive in!