Oct 17, 2021  
Butler 2018-19 
    
Butler 2018-19 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Religion (AA)


Program Information

Butler’s Religion courses enable students to analyze seven major, living religions of the world through a study of their origins, historical development, literature, principal tenets, and practices. Students are introduced to the sacred writing of these religions and the relationship of these religions to the social and geographical environments from which they emerged. The aim of these courses is the growth of personal and human understanding, the improvement of cross-cultural awareness, and the development of a global perspective.

Contact Information

Regina Turner
Lead Instructor
316.322.3153
Office: BOE 15252
rturner@utlercc.edu

First Term: 16 Credit Hours


Select one: 3 Credit Hours


Select one: 3 Credit Hours


Second Term: 15-16 Credit Hours


Third Term: 17 Credit Hours


Fourth Term: 13-16 Credit Hours


Total Degree Pathway Credit Hours: 61-65