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Religion Course Descriptions

REL 110R Institute Choir BC Choir (2) (non-audition) 
Prerequisite: None
Description: Provides opportunities to bear testimony of the Savior through the performing of sacred music. Requires some out-of-class commitment. Students should be able to sing in pitch with others.

REL 121 Book of Mormon I (2)
Prerequisite: None
Description:Covers the history and doctrinal teachings of the Book of Mormon from 1 Nephi through Alma 29.

REL 122 Book of Mormon II (2)
Prerequisite: None
Description: Covers the history and doctrinal teachings of the Book of Mormon from Alma 30 through Moroni.
graduation.

REL 130 Missionary Preparation (2)
Prerequisite: None
Description:Helps prospective missionaries prepare themselves for effective service.

REL 150 The Gospel & the Productive Life (2)
Prerequisite: None
Description: Considers gospel principles and prophetic counsel in making the everyday decisions leading to a happy, peaceful, successful life.

REL 190R Institute Choir BC Voices (2) (audition)
Prerequisite: None
Description: Provides opportunities to bear testimony of the Savior through the performing of sacred music. Students will be selected on the basis of talent and performance skills.

REL 211 New Testament I (2)
Prerequisite: None
Description:Studies the life and teachings of Jesus Christ in the four gospels.

REL 212 New Testament II (2)
Prerequisite: None
Description:Studies history and doctrinal teachings of the New Testament from Acts through Revelations.

REL 234 Preparing for an Eternal Marriage (2)
Prerequisite: None
Description:Studies the doctrine of celestial marriage as well as dating and courtship practices leading to such a marriage.

REL 200 The Eternal Family (2)
Prerequisite: None
Description: A study of the central role of the family in the plan of salvation as taught in the scriptures and the words of modern prophets—particularly “The Family: A proclamation to the world.” This course is centered on the doctrine of the family and the central role families play in Heavenly Father’s plan of salvation. Course content is based on “The Family: A Proclamation to the World,” and other teachings of latter-day prophets, and the scriptures.

REL 225 Foundations of the Restoration (2)
Prerequisite: None
Description: A study of foundational revelations, doctrine, historical events, and people relevant to the unfolding Restoration of the Church of Jesus Christ as found in the standard works, the teachings of modern prophets, and Church history. In this course students will study key revelations, doctrine, people, and events related to the Restoration of the Church of Jesus Christ. As they do so, they will build upon their previous sequential and topical gospel study experiences. This course will provide the doctrinal foundation and historical context needed to gain an accurate understanding of Church doctrine and history. Students will study the scriptures, doctrine, and Church history in ways that relate to their lives and circumstances.

REL 250 Jesus Christ and the Everlasting Gospel (2)
Prerequisite: None
Description: A study of the roles, ministry, and teachings of Jesus Christ, the doctrine of His Atonement, and Heavenly Father’s everlasting plan for His children. This course focuses on the eternal ministry of Jesus Christ and His divine roles and teachings throughout His premortal, mortal, and postmortal life. Special emphasis is given to the Savior’s central role in Heavenly Father’s plan for His children. Students are invited to deepen their love for and testimony of Jesus Christ and to become more devoted disciples.

REL 301 Old Testament I (2)
Prerequisite: None
Description:Studies the history and doctrinal teachings of the Old Testament from Genesis through 2 Samuel.

REL 302 Old Testament II (2)
Prerequisite: None
Description: Studies the history and doctrinal teachings of the Old Testament from 1 Kings through Malachi.

REL 315 Scripture Study Skills, The Power of the Word (2)
Prerequisite: None
Description: A course designed to help students maximize their scripture study skills. The focus is on gaining skills that enhance students’ ability to extract the true power of the word of God as found in the Standard Works.

REL 324 Doctrine and Covenants I (2)
Prerequisite: None
Description: Analyzes the teachings of the Doctrine and Covenants sections 1-76 in their historical settings.

REL 325 Doctrine and Covenants II (2)
Prerequisite: None
Description: Analyzes the teachings of the Doctrine and Covenants sections 77-138 in their historical settings.

REL 327 Pearl of Great Price (2)
Prerequisite: None
Description: Analyzes and discusses in detail various writings in the Pearl of Great Price.

REL 333 Teachings of the Living Prophets (2)
Prerequisite: None
Description: Studies the teachings of the living prophets, seers and revelators from past to present general conferences.

REL 341 Latter-day Saint History I (2)
Prerequisite: None
Description: Examines the history of the Church from 1805 through 1844.

REL 342 Latter-day Saint History II (2)
Prerequisite: None
Description: Examines the history of the Church from 1844 to the present.

REL 392R Special Studies in Religion (2)
Prerequisite: None
Description: The inclusion of Religion 392R on the approved course list recognizes the need for specialized courses and provides the opportunity for tailoring particular courses to meet student needs. Courses deal with subjects associated with ancient scripture.

Course Topic: Understanding Isaiah-Studies in the Book of Isaiah. Students annotate their scriptures to better understand the writings of Isaiah.

REL 393R Special Studies in Religion (2)
Prerequisite: None
Description: The inclusion of Religion 393R on the approved course list recognizes the need for specialized courses and provides the opportunity for tailoring particular courses to meet student needs. Courses deal with subjects associated with Church history, doctrine, and other courses.

Course Topic: The Gospel and World Religions-A study of religions of the world such as Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism and Judaism. Designed to introduce members of the Church to the beliefs of other world faiths and their development, with an emphasis on their relationship to the doctrines of the restored Church of Jesus Christ.

REL 430 Doctrines of the Gospel I (2)
Prerequisite: None
Systematically studies the doctrines of the gospel as found in the scriptures and the teachings of the modern-day prophets, with emphasis on how these principles should affect daily living. Covers chapters 1-19.

REL 431 Doctrines of the Gospel II (2)
Prerequisite: None
Systematically studies the doctrines of the gospel as found in the scriptures and the teachings of the modern-day prophets, with emphasis on how these principles should affect daily living. Covers chapters 19-37.
 

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