Jan 20, 2019
College of Arts and Humanities
Department of Philosophy,
Psychology Building, Room: 220
Religion and Cultural Studies is a minor designed to familiarize students with religious traditions around the world, from ancient through contemporary cultures, as well as to introduce students to critical theories and methods through which to view and analyze the category of religion and its associated concepts, practices, and meanings in all areas of life. The program emphasizes the academic study of religion, and does not privilege any particular tradition or belief. This program can be completed online, although not every course in each category is offered as an online course.
Minor Admission Requirements
Required Courses (18 Credit Hours)
Studying Religion and Culture (3 Credit Hours)
Select One: (3 Credit Hours)
Traditions (6 Credit Hours)
- Must select one in each category with at least one course from the Philosophy Department
Abrahamic Traditions (3 Credit Hours)
Asian and Indigenous Traditions (3 Credit Hours)
Theories and Methods (6 Credit Hours)
- Must select one in each category
Religion (3 Credit Hours)
Cultural Studies (3 Credit Hours)
Religion in Culture (3 Credit Hours)
Must select one from the following:
Foreign Language Requirements
Total Undergraduate Credit Hours Required: 18
- A ‘C’ (2.0) grade or better is required in all courses used to satisfy the minor.
- At least 12 hours used in the minor must be earned at UCF.
- No credit by exam (TSD, Military credit) may be used.
- Internship, Co-op, or Independent Study credit cannot be used toward the minor without prior approval by the Director.