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Minor in Comparative Religion

[Conversion table: JSIS course numbers in effect through Sum 2012]

30 credits, to include the following:

  1. JSIS C 201 (5) and JSIS C 202 (5)

  2. 15 additional credits in comparative religion courses or joint-listed equivalents

  3. 5 additional credits chosen from JSIS comparative religion courses or from an approved list of electives*

*Electives List

HSTAS 201 Ancient Indian Civilization (5) I&S
HSTAS 211 History of Chinese Civilization (5)
HSTAS/JSIS A 212 History of Korean Civilization (5) I&S
ANTH/JSIS A 315 Southeast Asian Civilization: Buddhist and Vietnamese (5)
ANTH 421 Belief, Ritual, and the Structure of Religion (5)
ANTH 447 Anthropology of Chinese Religion (5)
ASIAN 203 Literature & Culture of Ancient & Classical India (5)
HIST 209 History of Christianity (5)
HIST/JSIS C 250 Introduction to Jewish Cultural History (5
HIST 310 Science and Religion in Historical Perspective (5)
JSIS A/HSTAS 241 Japanese Civilization (5)
NEAR E/JSIS A 210 Introduction to Islamic Civilization (5)
PHIL 267 Introduction to Philosophy of Religion (5)
JSIS A 404 Religion in China (5)
SOC 357 Sociology of Religion (5) [replaced SOC 457]
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Revised 4/19/2013

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African Studies Program
University of Washington
326 Thomson Hall
Box 353650
Seattle, WA 98195

Joel Ngugi / Chair
Associate Professor, School of Law
jngugi@u.washington.edu

Mary Kay Gugerty/Adjunct Director
Associate Professor, Evans School of Public Affairs
gugerty@u.washington.edu

Erin Murphy/Program Assistant
Autumn Quarter Office Hours: Tues/Thurs 9-12, or by appt.
206.616.0998 office
206.685.0668 fax
africa1@u.washington.edu

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