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HIST 281 - Religion in the United States


Description:
History of religion in the modern-day United States from the colonial era to the present, with special emphasis on how religious freedom and a diversity of religious beliefs have affected American society. Includes discussions of various Christian denominations and sects, non-Christian religions (e.g., Judaism and Islam), Native American religions, and religions of enslaved peoples.

General Education Designation(s):
Associate: HC

Typically Offered on the Main Campus:
Occasionally

Typically Offered on the Branch Campuses:
Wausau: Occasionally

Credits: 3



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