RELS - Religious Studies

Janice Capel Anderson, Acting Coordinator (405 Morrill Hall 83844-3016; phone 208/885-6065).

RELS 133 Religion and Family

RelS 133 Religion and Family (2 cr)

Overview of influence of religion on dating, courtship, marriage, and family life.

RELS 204 Special Topics

RelS 204 (s) Special Topics (cr arr)

RELS 299 Directed Study

RELS 302 Biblical Judaism: Texts and Thought

RelS 302 Biblical Judaism: Texts and Thought (3 cr)

See Phil 302.

RELS 303 Early Christianity: Texts and Thought

RelS 303 Early Christianity: Texts and Thought (3 cr)

See Phil 303.

RELS 307 Buddhism

RelS 307 Buddhism (3 cr)

See Phil 307.

RELS 311 Development of Social Theory

RelS 311 Development of Social Theory (3 cr)

See Soc 311.

RELS 327 Belief Systems

RelS 327 Belief Systems (3 cr)

See Anth 327.

RELS 375 The Bible as Literature

RelS 375 The Bible as Literature (3 cr)

Gen Ed: Humanities

Same as Engl 375.

RELS 404 Special Topics

RelS 404 (s) Special Topics (cr arr)

RELS 413 Psychology of Religion

RelS 413 Psychology of Religion (3 cr)

See Psyc 413.

RELS 422 Plateau Indians

RelS 422 Plateau Indians (3 cr)

Gen Ed: American Diversity

See Anth 422.

RELS 442 The Medieval Church: Europe in the Early and High Middle Ages

RelS 442 The Medieval Church: Europe in the Early and High Middle Ages (3 cr)

Gen Ed: Humanities

See Hist 442.

RELS 443 The Medieval State: Europe in the High and Late Middle Ages

RelS 443 The Medieval State: Europe in the High and Late Middle Ages (3 cr)

Gen Ed: Humanities

See Hist 443.

RELS 447 The Renaissance

RelS 447 The Renaissance (3 cr)

Gen Ed: Humanities

See Hist 447.

RELS 448 The Reformation

RelS 448 The Reformation (3 cr)

Gen Ed: Humanities

See Hist 448.

RELS 449 Tudor-Stuart Britian 1485-1660

RelS 449 Tudor-Stuart Britain 1485-1660 (3 cr)

See Hist 449.

RELS 499 Directed Study