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The following three-credit courses spanning the University will be offered in Fall 2024. They are listed by home department, and many crosslist across several degree programs, so it can be possible to take a course that looks “full” by registering under a crosslisted department. Please note that some classes have prerequisites or restrictions that may be waived by instructor or department. In addition to courses not listed, pertinent one- or two-credit courses may also be applied to electives, in consultation with the academic advisor.

Global Affairs

American Evangelicals and Global Affairs (GLAF30607)

Asian Spiritualities and Global Affairs (GLAF30605)

Modern Islamic Thought (GLAF20105)

Africana Studies

Introduction to Africana Studies (AFST20082)

African Diaspora Women’s Knowledge: Ethics and Agency in Domestic and Religious Spheres (AFST30005)

American Studies

Indigenous Cinema (AMST30186)

Religion in America (AMST30190)

Sustainable America (AMST30105)

The Vietnam War and American Catholics (AMST30165)


The European Dream (ANTH20390)

Global Cultural Worlds (ANTH20203)

Indigenous Environments (ANTH30592)

Religion, Myth, and Magic (ANTH30330)

East Asian Languages and Cultures

The Chinese Religious World Today (EALC30108)

Chinese Ways of Thought (EALC30101)


Economics of the Seven Deadly Sins (ECON43570)


Apocalypse Now (ENGL20670)


Corporate Governance and Catholic Social Teaching (FIN40470)


Christianity, Commerce, and Consumerism (HIST30390)

Introduction to Islamic History from Muhammad to the Mongols (HIST30080)

The Medieval Mediterranean (HIST302020)

Priests and Nuns in American Culture (HIST30638)

Transforming the Roman World (HIST30340)

Western Civilization to 1500 (HIST20200)

Irish Language and Literature

Storied Landscapes IRL to CHI (IRL30118)

Latino Studies

Introduction to Latino Studies (ILS20701)

Medieval Institute

Medieval Violence (MI30008)

Middle Eastern Studies

Introduction to Islamic Civilization (MELC20070)

Islamic Theology: From Classical Origins to Modern Challenges (MELC30071)

Peace Studies

Christian, Violence, and Peace (IIPS20509)

Religion, Nationalism, and Settler Colonialism (IIPS40520)

Political Science

Philanthropy and the Common Good (POLS30142)


Deities, Denominations, and Diversity (SOC20672)

Religion and Urban America (SOC43466)


Catholic Social Teaching (THEOO40613)

Discipleship (THEO20625)

The Heart’s Desire and Social Change (THEO40632)

Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations (THEO40711)

Islam and Christian Theology (THEO20830)

Islamic Theology (THEO30702)

Jewish-Christian Disputations to Dialogue (THEO20204)

Latino Theology and Christian Tradition (THEO20214)

Meditation: Buddhist and Christian (THEO20708)

Rich, Poor and War (THEO20619)

Saints and the Theology of Warfare (THEO20264)

Science, Theology, and Creation (THEO20888)

Theology from the Margins (20808)

Theology & Racial Justice (THEO20814)

Theology of Religions (THEO40728)