The Humanities Department offers a variety of Religion courses that introduce students to the practices, historical development, and conceptual foundations of religions across the globe and in America. There are also two courses focused on scholarly study of the Bible. Religion courses provide students with a better understanding of religion as part of the human experience and deeper knowledge of particular religions.
REL 211, REL 212, and REL 221 can be used in the Critical Thinking component of the Additional General Education Courses requirement for the Associate in Arts (AA) degree.
REL 110, REL 111, and REL 112 can be used in the Global Awareness and Foreign Languages component of the Additional General Education Courses requirement for the Associate in Arts (AA) degree.
In addition any Religion course can be used toward elective credit. Visit the CFCC catalog for more information about how Religion courses fit into the curriculum: CFCC Catalog (See pp. 81-214 of the catalog).
Religion courses at Cape Fear Community College are an excellent start toward a major or minor in Religion at UNCW or other 4-year colleges and universities.
Click on the Religion Menu links to the right to see all the Religion courses and the faculty.