Wallace State’s Religious Studies option in General Studies is geared towards students wishing to explore religion as part of a larger discernment process, including the possibility of baccalaureate study and/or employment in ministry.
About Religious Studies
This curriculum is recommended for those students wishing to explore religion as part of a larger discernment process including the possibility of baccalaureate study and/ or employment in ministry.
Students must have a high school diploma or GED and meet all the general admission requirements of WSCC.
NOTE: The Guided Pathways Curricular Maps contain all the elements required for degree/certificate completion. However, courses may be offered or taken in other semesters so long as prerequisites are met. Additional options for elective courses are available. Please see Degreeworks for allowable substitutions. Courses may be available days, nights, hybrid, and online. Sample maps for part-time attendance may also be available. Please see an advisor.
- Andrew Ball
Curriculum: Program of Study
Pathway Maps: Associate in Applied Science, Short Term Certificate, Remedial English and Math, Remedial English, Remedial Math
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