In addition to courses offered by the faculty of the Department of Religious Studies, a number of faculty from other departments, as well as the Lutheran Theological Seminary, offer cross-listed courses which count for credit toward the B.A. in Religious Studies.
Andrew Berns, History Department (USC - Columbia);Jewish history, Renaissance Italy, history of medicine, environmental history.
- Jewish History I: Antiquity to 1500
Saskia Conen-Snyder, History Department (USC - Columbia);European Jewish History.
- Jewish History II: 1500 to Present
Fred Dings, English Department (USC - Columbia); 19th and 20th century British and American poetry, with a special interest in poetry writing.
- Religion and Poetry I: Abrahamic Faiths
- Religion and Poetry II: Eastern Traditions
Brent Driggers, New Testament Studies (Lutheran Theological Seminary); New Testament Gospels, Biblical ecclesiology, and the relationship between exegesis and systematic theology.
Jerry Hackett, Philosophy Department (USC - Columbia); Medieval and Renaissance philosophy. Current research: Roger Bacon; Medieval and Renaissance science; George Berkeley.
- Philosophy of Religion
- Meister Eckhart
Andrea Henderson, Sociology Department (USC - Columbia);Religion, Race and ethnicity, Health and wellness, Family.
- Sociology of Relligion
Jonathan Leader, Anthropology Department - South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology (USC - Columbia); Near East, Micronesia, Eastern United States pre- and proto-history; anthropology of magic and religion.
- Anthropology of Magic and Religion
Lamontte (Monte) Luker, Hebrew Scriptures (Lutheran Theological Seminary); Professor of Hebrew Scriptures
John Mandsager, Jewish Studies Program; Rabbinic Judaism, Jewish spaces/ Sacred space, Religions of Late Antiquity, Jewish Literature of Antiquity and Late Antiquity
- Jewish History I
- Intro to Judaism
- Hebrew Bible
- Old Testament Prophets
Matthew Melvin-Koushki, History Department (USC - Columbia); Early Modern Islamic Intellectual and Religious History, Occult Sciences, Iran
- Magic Science & Religion
- Messiahs Mystics and Rebels in the Islamic World