Recent Courses in Religious Studies

SUMMER 2010 – all courses can be taken for GE RS credit or RS major or dual major credit
1. RLST 37 - History of World Christianity, Prof. Espinosa, May 25-June 11  (3 weeks)    
                        (M-F, 1:15-4:15 PM) (Counts Towards GE RS Credit or RS Major or Dual Major)

         2.  RLST 102 - Hinduism & South Asian Culture, Prof. Daniel Michon, May 25-July 6    
                         (6 weeks)  (M, W, F, 1:15-3:45 PM) (Counts Towards GE RS Credit or RS Major or 
                         Dual Major)

FALL 2010 – CMC RS Courses – all courses count for GE RS or RS major /dual credit
1. RLST 10 – Intro to Asian Religious Tradition, Prof. Srinivasan, T/R, 1:15-2:30 PM
 
2. RLST 21 – Jewish Civilization, Prof. Gilbert, M/W, 12:00-1:10 PM
 
3. RLST 22 – Intro Western Religious Traditions, Prof. Yonemoto, T/R, 8:10-9:25 AM
 
4. RLST 22 – Intro Western Religious Traditions, Prof. Yonemoto, T/R, 1:15-2:30 PM
 
5. RLST 102 – Hinduism & South Asian Culture, Prof. Srinivasan, T/R, 12:00-1:15 PM
 
6. RLST 116 – Asian American Religions, Prof. Yonemoto, M, 2:45-5:30 PM
 
7. RLST 135 – Jerusalem: The Holy City, Prof. Gilbert, M/W, 1:15-2:30 PM
 
8. RLST 174 – Religion & the American Presidency, Prof. Espinosa, W, 7:00-10:00 PM*
 
9.      REL 463HC – U.S. Religions, 1870 to the Present, Prof. Espinosa, Fri, 1:15-3:30 **
 
* This course requires permission of instructor to add. This course also counts
towards the Leadership Sequence requirement.
 
** This graduate course was not listed in the schedule of classes. Dr. Espinosa has 
      reserved 5 spaces for undergrads. Email him to add. Counts towards RS major/dual.