College of the Redwoods offers several classes in Philosophy, including one course in World Religions (Philosophy 15). While CR does not offer Associate Degrees for either Philosophy or Religion, these classes can help fulfill the requirements for other degree programs, including Associate Degree in Liberal Arts. In addition, many courses are transferrable to the UC and/or CSU systems (check catalog for more details).
Here are some topic ideas and possible search words. Consult your textbook, class notes, or assignment guidelines for other ideas. When searching, use specific words. Use only one or two words. Try both plural and singular forms, and variant spellings. Try varying combinations.
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College of the Redwoods Library Call Numbers
Books in College of the Redwoods library are filed by the Library of Congress system that uses letter-number combinations assigned by subject, so that most books about the same subject will be filed together on the shelf. HSU Library uses this same system, and so do most colleges and universities in the United States. Browse the titles on the shelf in the sections listed below for research topics on religion.
Hum boldt County Library Call Numbers
Most County, or public libraries in the United States will use the Dewey Decimal system, which uses numbers, and each number section represents a subject, so that books about the same subject are filed together on the shelf. Below are listed some number sections that are relevant to topics for research on religions. Remember to also check the Juvenile or children's collection, the YA or Young Adult collection, and the Reference collection.