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  • Explore the traditions and cultures of world religions

    Humanities and liberal arts classes help students understand the human condition through the lens of religion, philosophy, art and music. Religion courses introduce students to the many dimensions of human experiences while exposing them to different cultures. At SPC, students will gain insight as they study religious traditions and examine the different perspectives of world religion. 

  • Some Religion classes can help satisfy the general education requirements for the Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree or meet the common prerequisites for your chosen four-year major.
  • A liberal arts education with courses in Religion can serve as the foundation for advanced degrees and for professions such as law and teaching.

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