THEO-011 "Introduction to Biblical Literature" may be taken as either an introductory course or as an intermediate level course.
THEO-001 The Problem of God
THEO-001-03 The Problem of God
Intermediate level courses
The prerequisite for intermediate courses is the successful completion of one introductory course.
THEO-019 Theology of Love
THEO-028 Buddhism & Poetry
THEO-050-02 Islamic Religious Thought and Practice
Professor A. Abramowitz
THEO-098 Qur'an, Pluralism, Fem. Theology
THEO-106 Religion in American Society
Erika B. Seamon
THEO-114 Practicing Death
THEO-167 Introduction to Buddhism
Advanced level courses
Unless further restricted, students may take advanced courses (200 level and above) only after fulfilling the two course General Education requirement for Theology.
Professor James Wallis
THEO-310 Senior Honors Thesis: Theology
THEO-349 Senior Thesis: Theology
Introductory Seminar: Religious Studies Perspective
Pluralism Seminar: Comparative Theological Reflection
Please note that one of the Pluralism Seminars must also count as a course in either the primary or secondary religion. It is clear that many of the courses in traditions other than Christianity will be offered outside the department, and the schedule presumes that. The schedule is also arranged so that those needing five courses in the Christian Tradition would have to double count one of the appropriate Pluralism Seminars. If, instead, a student chooses a course outside the department, this option is not indicated and must be added to the schedule.
THEO-991 Continuous Reg/Masters
THEO-995 Continuous Reg/Masters
THEO-997 Non-Resident Research
THEO-999 Thesis Res Theo & Rel Stud