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Undergraduate Bulletin 2016-2017 
Undergraduate Bulletin 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

Interfaith Studies Minor

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In keeping with Dominican University’s mission and its goal of preparing students for global citizenship, the interfaith studies minor is designed to help students to explore, through dialogue, their own and others’ religious, spiritual, and value-based worldviews and traditions; to develop religious literacy involving multiple traditions; to identify within these traditions the bases for dialogue and cooperation; to explore the history of that dialogue and cooperation; and to engage persons and communities with diverse faith perspectives and worldviews to address contemporary social concerns.

Required Courses:

Twenty-one credit hours, including:

  1. One introductory course (3 hours)
  2. Five elective courses (15 hours)
  3. Internship or capstone project  (3 hours)

Elective Courses

Five elective courses are required, at least one of which must be from Category I below:

Internship or Capstone Project

Complete either an internship: IFS 455 - Internship  or a capstone project: IFS 495 - Independent Undergraduate Research or Creative Investigation  for 3 semester hours.

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