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Queen's University
 

Taking an Elective in Religious Studies in 2012-13

First Year Students

The Department offers to first-year students two courses without prerequisite: RELS 131A&B World Religion/Religious Worlds and RELS 161A&B Contemporary Problems in Religion and Culture. Both have been devised with first-year students in mind, either as an elective or as the initial course in a Plan in Religious Studies.

All Other Students

Students in second, third or fourth level (including those in Faculties other than Arts and Science) are also welcome in the courses numbered RELS-131A&B World Religion/Religious Worlds and RELS-161A&B Contemporary Problems in Religion and Culture, but you should note that many courses in the Department have no prerequisites excepting second-year standing in the University. During the 2013-14 session this is true of:

Very often these courses will prove to be better suited to the needs of upper-level students than the first-level courses. Students should note that work done in other departments often prepares them adequately for advanced courses in religious studies.

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