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R S 337 R S 337. Religion and Society. 3 Hours.

Same as Sociology 343. The growth and decline of religious groups and traditions; "cults" and new religions; comparative sociology of religion; the United States religious landscape; religion and individual health and well-being; spirituality and other aspects of social life. Three lecture hours a week for one semester. Religious Studies 337 and Sociology 343 may not both be counted. Prerequisite: Upper-division standing.

Religious Studies



Description: This track is designed to give students a comprehensive training in the discipline of Religious Studies. It is intended for students who would plan to pursue career options in Religious Studies, including graduate programs in the study of religion and/or in a theological or seminary setting.

Bachelor of Science in Public Relations



To be awarded the degree of Bachelor of Science in Public Relations, the candidate must complete 120 semester hours of coursework and must fulfill the University's General Requirements for graduation and the  Core Curriculum  requirements, the college graduation requirements, the requirements and policies listed in Academic Policies and Procedures, and the requirements given in Prescribed Work, Major Requirements, and Special Requirements of the Major, below.

Suggested Arrangement of Courses, Public Relations (BSPR)



  Course categories : Core, General Education, Major, Elective, Opportunity Core Component Areas : 010 English Composition and Core Writing Flag; 020 Mathematics; 030 Natural Science and Technology, Part I; 040 Humanities; 050 Visual and Performing Arts; 060 U.S. History; 070 American and Texas Government; 080 Social and Behavioral Sciences; 090 First-Year Signature Course; 093 Natural Science and Technology, Part II Skills and Experience Flags : Wr Writing; QR Quantitative Reasoning; GC Global Cultures; CD Cultural Diversity; E Ethics; II Independent Inquiry