Course Catalog

All courses can either be taken for no credit or for 3 graduate credit hours.

FALL 2017

The Religious Freedom Center will offer the following blended learning courses for religious and civic leaders in the Fall 2017 Semester (September – December).

Semester Number Course Title Curriculum Designers & Instructors
Fall 2017 REL 100 Foundations of Religious Freedom in the United States Nathan C. Walker, (curriculum designer), Eleesha Tucker (instructor)
Fall 2017 REL 200 Religious Liberty and Contemporary American Public Life Lauren W. Herman
Fall 2017 REL 300 Religion and News Media Debra L. Mason (curriculum designer) & Janet Saidi (instructor)
Fall 2017 REL 400 The Human Right to Freedom of Religion or Belief Lauren W. Herman (instructor), Elizabeth Prodromou (curriculum designer), Nathan C. Walker (curriculum designer)
Fall 2017 REL 500 Independent Study & Capstone Project* Nathan C. Walker (curriculum designer), RFC Faculty (instructor)

*The prerequisite to REL 500 is the completion of REL 100, REL 200, REL 300 & REL 400.

Visit the “Areas of Study” section on the Admissions page to review the REL course descriptions.

 

The following blended learning courses will be offered for educators in the Fall 2017 Semester (September – December).

Semester Number Course Title Curriculum Designers & Instructors
Fall 2017 EDU 100 First Amendment Approaches to Religion & Public Schools Charles C. Haynes (curriculum designer), Lauren W. Herman (instructor), Kate E. Soules (instructor), Oliver S. Thomas (curriculum designer), Nathan C. Walker (curriculum designer)
Fall 2017 EDU 200-A Histories of Religious Liberty in America (online only) Charles C. Haynes (curriculum designer), Kate E. Soules (instructor), Eleesha R. Tucker (instructor), Nathan C. Walker (curriculum designer)
Fall 2017 EDU 300 Teaching About Religion in Public Schools Andrew M. Henry (instructor) & Benjamin P. Marcus
Fall 2017 RLIT 100 Religions of the World (online only) Benjamin P. Marcus

Visit the “Areas of Study” section on the Admissions page to review the EDU course descriptions.

 

Spring 2018

The Religious Freedom Center will offer the following four blended learning courses for religious and civic leaders in the Spring 2018 Semester (February–May).

Semester Number Course Title Curriculum Designers & Instructors
Spring 2018 REL 100 Foundations of Religious Freedom in the United States Nathan C. Walker (curriculum designer), RFC Faculty (instructor)
Spring 2018 REL 200 Religious Liberty and Contemporary American Public Life Lauren W. Herman
Spring 2018 REL 300 Religion and News Media Debra L. Mason
Spring 2018 REL 400 The Human Right to Freedom of Religion or Belief Lauren W. Herman (instructor), Elizabeth Prodromou (curriculum designer), Nathan C. Walker (curriculum designer)
Spring 2018 REL 500 Independent Study & Capstone Project* Nathan C. Walker (curriculum designer), RFC Faculty (instructor)

*The prerequisite to REL 500 is the completion of REL 100, REL 200, REL 300 & REL 400.

Visit the “Areas of Study” section on the Admissions page to review the REL course descriptions.

 

The following courses will be offered for educators in the Spring 2018 semester (February–May).

Semester Number Course Title Curriculum Designers & Instructors
Spring 2018 EDU 100 First Amendment Approaches to Religion & Public Schools (blended learning course) Charles C. Haynes (curriculum designer), Lauren W. Herman (instructor), Kate E. Soules (instructor), Oliver S. Thomas (curriculum designer), Nathan C. Walker (curriculum designer)
Spring 2018 EDU 200-A Histories of Religious Liberty in America (online only) Charles C. Haynes (curriculum designer), Kate E. Soules (instructor), Eleesha R. Tucker (instructor), Nathan C. Walker (curriculum designer)
Spring 2018 EDU 300 Teaching About Religion in Public Schools (blended learning course) Benjamin P. Marcus & Andrew M. Henry (instructor)
Spring 2018 RLIT 100 Religions of the World (online only) Benjamin P. Marcus & Andrew M. Henry (instructor)

Visit the “Areas of Study” section on the Admissions page to review the EDU course descriptions.

 

SUMMER 2018

The Religious Freedom Center will offer the following courses for educators in the Summer 2018 semester.

Semester Number Course Title Curriculum Designers & Instructors
Summer 2018 EDU 100 First Amendment Approaches to Religion & Public Schools (blended learning) Charles C. Haynes (curriculum designer), Lauren W. Herman (instructor), Kate E. Soules (instructor), Oliver S. Thomas (curriculum designer), Nathan C. Walker (curriculum designer)
Summer 2018 EDU 200-A Histories of Religious Liberty in America (online only) Charles C. Haynes (curriculum designer), Kate E. Soules (instructor), Eleesha R. Tucker (instructor), Nathan C. Walker (curriculum designer)
Summer 2018 REL 200-B Teaching About Religious Liberty Across the Curriculum (onsite only, two-week summer institute in DC) Charles C. Haynes (curriculum designer), Kate E. Soules (instructor), Eleesha R. Tucker (instructor), Oliver S. Thomas (curriculum designer), Nathan C. Walker (curriculum designer)
Summer 2018 EDU 300 Teaching About Religion in Public Schools ( Andrew M. Henry (instructor) & Benjamin P. Marcus
Spring 2018 RLIT 100 Religions of the World (online only) Benjamin P. Marcus

Visit the “Areas of Study” section on the Admissions page to review the EDU course descriptions.

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