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Religion Minor

Religion Minor

Minoring in Religion involves studying the nature of religious belief and traditions. What is the importance of religious values for the individual and for the human community? Who does theological literature related to social issues? You’ll explore how religious perspectives have a significant role in public life—and keep it real by observing and reflecting on religious activities of faith communities in the Twin Cities—as you take 19 to 20 credit hours toward a religion minor in conjunction with a different bachelor’s degree major.

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