Cap: Rlgn, Pblc Life, Prof (W)

Spring 2020

Description

This capstone equips students to analyze the role of religion in public life, including issues of religious freedom and the relationship between religion and American social institutions (government, education, health care, the criminal justice system, etc.). Following a study of the U.S. context, the course explores comparative cases in other countries. Focus is on the position(s) of religion in public space; the shifting boundaries of religious and non-religious activity, and the implications of these arrangements. One unit of credit for this course involves an internship, a research project, or prior learning portfolio assessment/experiential learning essay.
Prerequisites: Completion of GE Written Communication (A2) requirement, RELS 480.

Class Notes

This is a Chico Distance & Online Education class. Only students who are registered in an online degree program or who reside outside of Chico and have contacted Regional and Continuing Education prior to enrollment (530-898-6105) will be permitted to enroll in this section.

Class Details

Instructor
Instructor Name (static text): 
Veidlinger, Daniel M
Location

WWW ONLINE

Class Registration Information

Class #
3334
Course
RELS 482W -
SECT 72
Units
4
Fees
Price TBA:
  • $ / unit
Class Meeting Dates

01/21/2020 - 05/15/2020

Days

W

Times

11:00am1:50pm

RELS 482W - SECT 72

Cap: Rlgn, Pblc Life, Prof (W)

Class: 3334 Units: 4

M-F 01/21/2020 - 05/15/2020 W 11:00am1:50pm

This capstone equips students to analyze the role of religion in public life, including issues of religious freedom and the relationship between religion and American social institutions (government, education, health care, the criminal justice system, etc.). Following a study of the U.S. context, the course explores comparative cases in other countries. Focus is on the position(s) of religion in public space; the shifting boundaries of religious and non-religious activity, and the implications of these arrangements. One unit of credit for this course involves an internship, a research project, or prior learning portfolio assessment/experiential learning essay.
Prerequisites: Completion of GE Written Communication (A2) requirement, RELS 480.

Class Notes

This capstone equips students to analyze the role of religion in public life, including issues of religious freedom and the relationship between religion and American social institutions (government, education, health care, the criminal justice system, etc.). Following a study of the U.S. context, the course explores comparative cases in other countries. Focus is on the position(s) of religion in public space; the shifting boundaries of religious and non-religious activity, and the implications of these arrangements. One unit of credit for this course involves an internship, a research project, or prior learning portfolio assessment/experiential learning essay.

Instructor
Instructor Name (static text): 
Veidlinger, Daniel M
Location
WWW ONLINE