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Strategy II

Semester abroad taking World Religious Traditions courses

Example: University of Delhi, India

( ) represents Breadth area or major area

FALL

WINTER

SPRING

Freshman

Humanities Core 1A (I)

Humanities Core 1B (I)

Humanities Core 1C (I) & (VII-A)

Natural Science (II)

Natural Science (II)

Natural Science (II)

Foreign Language 1A (VI)

Foreign Language 1B (VI)

Foreign Language 1C (VI)

Sophomore

Social & Beh. Science (III)

Social & Beh. Science (III)

Social & Beh. Science (III)

Foreign Language 2A

Foreign Language 2B

Foreign Language 2C

Math (V)

Math (V)

Math (V)

Religious Studies 5A

Religious Studies 5B

Religious Studies 5C

Junior

Semester Abroad in India (June-Dec)*
   
South Asian Buddhist History (World Rel.Trad.) Judaism/Christianity/Islam Int'l/Global Studies VII-B
Hindu Mysticism (World Rel.Trad.) Elective Religious Studies 110
Sankara (World Rel.Trad.) Elective Elective
Nagarjuna (World Rel.Trad.) Elective Elective
(+ automatic breadth VII-B)    

Senior

Thematic Approaches Thematic Approaches Judaism/Christianity/Islam
Elective Elective Elective
Elective Elective Elective
Elective Elective

Elective

* The EAP courses used in this Example have not yet been approved by The School of Humanities.
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