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 Chapman University
 Message from the President
Expand Conditions of Accuracy
 Academic Calendar
 7½ Week Module Terms
Expand Chapman at a Glance
Expand General Information
Expand Undergraduate Admission
Expand Expenses and Financial Aid
Expand Campus Life
Expand Academic Policies and Procedures
Expand Undergraduate Degree Requirements
Expand The George L. Argyros School of Business and Economics
Expand College of Educational Studies
Expand Lawrence and Kristina Dodge College of Film and Media Arts: Sodaro–Pankey Undergraduate School of Media Arts
Expand Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences
Collapse Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences
    Department of Art
    Bachelor of Arts in Art History
    Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art
    Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design
   Expand Minors in the Department of Art
    Teaching Credential
   Expand Course Descriptions – Art
    Department of Communication Studies
    Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies
    Bachelor of Arts in Strategic and Corporate Communication
   Expand Master of Science in Health and Strategic Communication
   Expand Course Descriptions – Communication Studies
   Expand Course Descriptions – Health Communication
   Expand Course Descriptions – Strategic and Corporate Communication
    Department of English
    Bachelor of Arts in English
    Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing
   Expand Minors in the Department of English
    Department of English Graduate Degrees
   Expand Course Descriptions – English
    Department of History
    Bachelor of Arts in History
   Expand Minors in the Department of History
   Expand Course Descriptions – History
    Department of World Languages and Cultures
    Bachelor of Arts in French
    Bachelor of Arts in Spanish
   Expand Minors in the Department of World Languages and Cultures
   Expand Course Descriptions – American Sign Language
   Expand Course Descriptions – Arabic
   Expand Course Descriptions – Chinese
   Expand Course Descriptions – Foreign Language
   Expand Course Descriptions – French
   Expand Course Descriptions – German
   Expand Course Descriptions – Greek
   Expand Course Descriptions – Italian
   Expand Course Descriptions – Japanese
   Expand Course Descriptions – Latin
   Expand Course Descriptions – Portuguese
   Expand Course Descriptions – Spanish
    Peace Studies Program
    Bachelor of Arts in Peace Studies
   Expand Minor in the Peace Studies Program
   Expand Course Descriptions – Peace Studies
    Department of Philosophy
    Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy
   Expand Minor in the Department of Philosophy
   Expand Course Descriptions – Philosophy
    Department of Political Science
    Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
   Expand Minor in the Department of Political Science
   Expand Course Descriptions – Political Science
    Department of Religious Studies
    Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies
   Expand Minor in the Department of Religious Studies
   Collapse Course Descriptions – Religious Studies
       REL 115 Living Religions of the World
       REL 120 Global Ethics and Religion
       REL 125 Philosophy of Religion
       REL 130 The Study of Religion
       REL 199 Individual Study
       REL 200 Introduction to the Hebrew Scriptures
       REL 201 Introduction to the New Testament
       REL 202 Introduction to Islam
       REL 204 Mesopotamian Myths and Rituals
       REL 213 Introduction to Judaism
       REL 214 Introduction to Christianity
       REL 217 The Holocaust and Religious Faith
       REL 229 Experimental Course
       REL 240 Interfaith Leadership, Understanding and Engagement
       REL 299 Individual Study
       REL 303 Readings in Qur'an and Hadith
       REL 304 The Ancient Mediterranean World
       REL 306 The Middle Ages
       REL 307 Germany and the Holocaust
       REL 309 Religion, Knowledge, and Evil
       REL 310 From Socrates to Aquinas
       REL 311 Descartes to Kierkegaard
       REL 312 Religious Experience in Film and Fiction
       REL 314 Fiction, Film and the Catholic Contemplative Tradition
       REL 315 Archaeology of Ancient Israel
       REL 316 Genesis and Gender
       REL 318 The Reformation
       REL 319 Images of Jesus
      Expand REL 322 Topics in Theology
       REL 323 Interpretation of the Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament)
       REL 324 Interpretation of the New Testament
       REL 325 Albert Schweitzer: His Life and Thought
       REL 329 Experimental Course
      Expand REL 330 Women and Religion
      Expand REL 335 Hinduism and the Religions of India
       REL 336 Buddhism
       REL 340 The Bible as Literature: The Hebrew Scriptures
       REL 341 The Bible as Literature: The Christian Scriptures
       REL 350 Happiness: Exploring Its Spiritual and Rational Foundations
       REL 351 Health, Healing and Wholeness in the World Religions
       REL 358 Islam and the West
       REL 359 Elie Wiesel: Life and Works
      Collapse REL 365 Topics in the Holocaust
          REL 365a Perpetrators, Witnesses, and Rescuers
       REL 370 Research in Religion
       REL 375 Violence and Nonviolence in Society and Religion
       REL 380 Law and Religion
       REL 398 Junior-Senior Seminar
       REL 399 Individual Study
       REL 408 Religious Fundamentalism, Pluralism, and the Demand for Tolerance
       REL 490 Independent Internship
       REL 498 Senior Capstone Project
       REL 499 Individual Study
    Department of Sociology
    Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
   Expand Minors in the Department of Sociology
   Expand Course Descriptions – Anthropology
   Expand Course Descriptions – Sociology
   Expand Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Minors
   Expand Course Descriptions – Asian Studies
   Expand Course Descriptions – Cultural Media Studies, Creative Industries
   Expand Course Descriptions – Humanities
   Expand Course Descriptions – Women's Studies
Expand College of Performing Arts
Expand School of Pharmacy
Expand Schmid College of Science and Technology
Expand University Programs
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Expand Undergraduate Degrees by School