Molloy College's Rockville Centre Main Campus Closed
Molloy College's Rockville Centre main campus is closed as of 10am today, March 19 due to a power outage. Suffolk Center, 30 Hempstead Ave, Manhattan Center and Cercom locations will remain open and hold classes on the normal schedule.
Clarify and deepen your own beliefs, values and ideas about religion (including your own religion, if you participate in one, and diverse views within it)
Gain understanding of religions in the world today, how they influence, and are influenced by, the cultures, politics and people around them
Develop religious literacy, as national and global citizens, that can enable you to understand religious diversity, similarities, and conflicts,
Become equipped, to take action, work with others, vote and speak out, about whether and how people of different religious beliefs can live together in today's world
Acquire skills of logic, analysis, interpretation and judgment which are helpful in many areas of life (understanding any complex problem, learning how to listen and speak to others, how to find common ground and deal with differences, are valuable in any career or profession and also are sought by employers)
Become equipped with tools of evaluation from various sources for interpreting beliefs and practices of particular religions or religion in general