RLG426H1: Religion in the Public Sphere: Community-Engaged Learning

Hours

24S

For upper-year students, from any discipline. In a 30-hour community service placement, discover first-hand religion’s significance in Toronto and examine how religion manifests in public spaces, institutions, and interactions, while critically reflecting on the experience of working in settings where religious diversity is at play. The Religion in the Public Sphere (RPS) coordinator's permission is required for admission to the course.

Prerequisite
RPS coordinator's permission
Distribution Requirements
Humanities