General Requirements for the Major and Minor in RGLA
Religion, Literature and the Arts (RGLA) is an interdisciplinary undergraduate program in the Faculty of Arts, administered by a Committee composed of Faculty members representative of the Departments involved in the program.
Students are required to meet in person with either the Chair of the RGLA program or one of the Advisors, to discuss the requirements and design their course of study.
Major and Minor in RGLA
In their FIRST AND SECOND YEAR students take:
- 6 credits from among RELG 101, 201, 203, 206, 209; ASIA 110, 204, 258;
- 6 credits from among the following courses.
In their THIRD AND FOURTH YEAR students must take:
- One required RGLA class: Either RGLA 371 or 372.
- Religious Studies Classes: MAJORS choose 12 credits and MINORS choose 9 credits of classes with Religious Studies content numbered 300 and above, from RELG, RGLA, relevant classes in ASIA, or from other Departments, with the approval of the Chair(s).
- Other Related Courses in Religion, Literature and the Arts, or supporting disciplines: MAJORS choose 15 credits and MINORS choose 6 credits selected from the following list of courses
Research Intensive Option: Students have the option of taking RGLA 471 (Advanced Seminar in Religion and Literature/ Research Intensive) as their “R” class; other “R” designated classes with relevant content can be accepted in lieu of this class.