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IGS 3351 - World Religions: Home

Resources and information to assist students in successfully completing requirements for this course.

IGS 3351 Course Description

IGS 3351 - World Religions - A study of the major world religions, their belief systems and their impact on social, economic, political and cultural development. Emphasis will be placed on Christianity (Western and Eastern), Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism and primal religions. (Formerly IR 3351).

International and Global Studies Major

The International and Global Studies major at St. Mary’s University is a multidisciplinary degree drawn from courses in Political Science, Economics, International Business, History, Anthropology and Languages. The degree provides a broad understanding of world affairs and competence for entry-level positions in the field. It is also suitable for entrance into law school or graduate school. Students of this program have gone on to work in the Department of State, Department of Commerce, Department of Interior, Central Intelligence Agency and Peace Corps, among others.

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