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The study of religion is distinguished by the uniqueness of its subject matter and the diversity of its methods. Its subject matter is global: the scriptures, institutions, teachings, rituals, devotions, iconography, and moral injunctions of all the world's religious traditions. It addresses this subject matter with the full range of investigative tools available by the various disciplines, especially modern historical and social-scientific human studies.



  • Religion (specialist, major and minor options)
  • Buddhist Studies (specialist and major options)
  • Christian Origins (specialist)
  • Islamic Studies (major)


First-Year Courses

  • RLG 100Y1 - World Religions


Advice for First Year

Students interested in studying religion should take RLG100Y1 - World Religions in first year.


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