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TRS 330 Religious Journeys of Young Adults

This course explores the religious lives of contemporary young adults. Students will examine how religious engagement changes in the transition from adolescence to adulthood and how young adults construct meaningful lives in conversation with religious traditions and religious communities. Students will also explore new efforts of religious institutions to engage young adults and conduct field research of a local religious group. Prerequisite: TRS 100 and one course in either sociology or psychology, or permission of instructor. Liberal Arts Core/University Requirements Designation: TRS-2. (3)