Religious Studies 110: Tribal and Ethnic Religions
"This course is a comparative study of religious expressions in tribal and/or ethnic societies, both past and present, including witchcraft, magic, totemism, mythology and ritual, nativistic movements, and the religious context of drug usage. Prehistoric religion will be examined, as well as the rituals, symbols, and beliefs of selected tribal peoples. This course is also offered as ANTHRO 110."
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Format: Religious Studies 110 is typically offered both online and on campus
Frequency: Religious Studies 110 is typically offered in the fall and spring semesters
- No prerequisites: 3 Units: Lecture: No lab
- Course transfers to CSU, UC, and private colleges
- Recommended website for transfer to UC: UCTRANSFER
- Recommended website for transfer to CSU: CSU MENTOR
- Recommended website for transfer to independent universities: AICCU
- Additional resources are available at Transfer and Career Services (AD/SS 203)
- Additional articulation information can be obtained through Assist: ASSIST