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World Religion

Program

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AMERICATION CAREER AND TRAINING SCHOOL.

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

Our World Religion program is designed for students that would like to learn about the various religions in the world and under the grounds of all the religions. Enlighten yourself deeper into the grounds of understanding World Religion. The World Religion Program offers a gateway to critical thinking and self-reflection through analysis of different cultures and religions.
In this day and age, it’s important to be ‘woke’ as students may tackle different types of situations where they are introduced to various kinds of culture and religion, this program may teach students tolerance.


This program is structured to offer detailed insights into different religions such as Indigenuous , Hinduism, Jainism, Bhuddism, Sikhism, Taoism/ Confucianism, Shinto, Zoroastrianism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam and other new religious movements.
 

The World Religion Program is designed to teach students techniques of studying and analyzing all religions subcategorized into biological, historical, psycho-sociological, cultural and also the gender roles that denote these religious systems. It is essential for students to experience knowledge outside of the regular curriculum to help comprehend the mechanism of their existence in this day and age.


This is a self-paced program, this means that you can complete this certificate program at your learning pace within the allotted program duration of access. At successful completion of the program the student will be awarded with a Certificate of Completion.

 

PROGRAM OUTLINE OF WORLD RELIGION


1. Introduction to World Religion
2. Fundamentals of Tribal Life; the Indigenous People.
3. Introduction to Hinduism; Many Paths to Liberty.
4. Introduction to Jainism; the Severe Path to Liberty.
5. Introduction to Buddhism; the Core Path to Liberty.
6. Key Concepts of Sikhism; Origins and Teachings.
7. Principles of Daoism and Confucianism Philosophies.
8. Introduction to Shintoism; A Look Into Kami.
9. Fundamentals of Zoroastrianism.
10. Introduction to Judaism; Present and Past, Rituals and Ethics.
11. Introduction to Christianity; the Jesus’s Path.
12. Fundamentals of Islam; the Way of One God.
13. Key Principles of New Religions





PROGRAM MODULES OUTLINE

 

PROGRAM KEY DETAILS

DURATION

2 Months

PROGRAM PACE

Self Paced

START DATES

1st & 15th of Every Month

ACCESS

24/7

REGISTRATION

Online or Oncampus

CLASS SIZE

Under 15

DELIVERY

Online

LANGUAGE

English

 
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  • Self-Discipline your self

  • Schedule the time required for study

  • Be focussed once you enroll.

PROGRAM ONLINE LEARNING FEATURES

LEARNING PATH

All programs have a learning path that students can follow without getting off track.

TEXT TO SPEECH

If you don't feel like reading the material, you can activate the audio reader in the program.

MODULE BASED

Each program is broken down into modules to simply the contents in a section.

DASHBOARD

You can view the overall program outline from 1 single dashboard without having to switch screens.

ONLINE ATTENDANCE

When you attend the online programs, you will be able to see the duration of time spent.

STUDY TOOLS

Majority programs is equipped with study tools such as flash cards, crosswords etc.

PROGRESS TRACKER

Now you have the ease of tracking your progress while you are in the program.

ORIENTATION

All programs come with an orientation towards your program to assist you.

 

PROGRAM LEARNING OBJECTIVES & KEY TERMS

  • Define pre-understanding on your own.

  • Define religion and its significance to study it.

  • Identify categories of religion.

  • Analyze the obstacles related to studying religion today.

  • Identify types of indigenous religions.

  • Analyze issues occurring in studying indigenous religions.

  • List the components of indigenous religions.

  • Define Lakota religion and its key principles.

  • Define Yoruba and Vodou religions and their key components.

  • Analyze the name ‘Hinduism’ and its meaning.

  • List the key guidelines of Hinduism.

  • Compare the ethics of Hinduism to its instructions.

  • Demonstrate the worshipping techniques of Hindus at their own houses and temples.

  • Identify the key concepts of Hindu way of living.

  • Define Jainism and its main era forming the current religion it is today.

  • Identify the key components of Jainism.

  • Mention the ethical guidelines for monks/nuns in Jainism.

  • Demonstrate the worshipping/ritual techniques of Jains.

  • Define Buddhism and its historical origins forming into the religion it is today.

  • Identify the key components of Buddhism.

  • Identify the ethical guidelines of Bhuddhists for monastics and laypeople.

  • Demonstrate the worshipping/meditation methods of Buddhists.

  • Define Sikhism and its historical formation by Ten Gurus.

  • Define key components of Sikhism.

  • Identify the ethical guidelines in Sikhism.

  • Demonstrate Sikhs’ worshipping and rituals/life-cycles.

  • Define Daoism and Confucianism.

  • Describe the periodical history of Daoism and Confucianism.

  • Compare and contrast Daoism and Confucianism.

  • Identify the ethical guidelines in Daoism and Confucianism.

  • Demonstrate the worshipping/rituals involved in Daoism and Confucianism.

  • Define Shinto and Kami no michi.

  • Identify the main eras of Shinto’s history that form the religion it is now today.

  • Define main components of Shinto’s theology.

  • Define ethical guidelines in Shinto.

  • Demonstrate the significance of worshipping and ritualism in the Shinto regime and their methods.

  • Define Zoroastrianism and its historical events leading to what the religion is today.

  • List the key components of Zoroastrianism.

  • Identify the ethical guidelines in Zoroastrianism.

  • Demonstrate the worshipping/ritual methods in Zoroastrianism.

  • Define Judaism and its main historical eras that formulated the religion it is today.

  • List the key components of Judaism and its ethical guidelines.

  • Demonstrate the worshipping methods, rituals, sabbath, festivals and life cycle rituals involved in Judaism.

  • Define Christianity and the main historical eras that formed the religion it is today.

  • Define key components of Christianity and their worshipping/ritual methods.

  • Define Islam and its historical eras that have formed the religion today.

  • Define Islamic principles.

  • Describe the lifestyle of Muslims regards to Islamic ethics.

  • Define the worshipping methods Muslims follow including the Five Pillars.

  • Identify and analyze various types of new religious movements (NRMs).

  • List the key components of NRMs.

  • Identify the guidelines of Falun Gong.

  • Define Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints and its key components.

  • Define Nation of Islam and its key components.

 
 

PROGRAM COMPLETION REWARDS

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DIGITAL BADGE

At successful completion, you will receive digital badges that can be used online to display your achievements.

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CERTIFICATE

At the completion of the program, you will be awarded with a program completion certificate.

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CAREER HOURS

With the completion of this program, you will also be awarded with Career Enhancement Clock Hours (CECH), that may be displayed on your resume. 

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TRANSCRIPT

Your completion also comes with a dedicated transcript that shows your areas of grades for each course you attended.

 

PROGRAM TUITION & FEES PAYMENT PLANS

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