In this course students will explore the 5 major World Religions.

This module highlights that processes of moral decision-making are informed not only by individual experience, but by cultural, historic and religious factors.

It examines the notions of norms and of stakeholders and explores links between ethical theories, legal, rights-based and social justice perspectives and religious codes. Actual and hypothetical scenarios with ethical dimensions are examined from different perspectives.



In this unit of work students study how religion is relevant in contemporary culture.

In this unit of work students study meaning and purpose and religious diversity