Institute of Religion

Overview

Institute is a safe haven from the pressures, trials, and challenges of the world. Education is not really complete without the study of religion. That's why religion courses are provided so you may gain an increased knowledge and conviction of the gospel of Jesus Christ along with your technical and academic education. It is suggested to take one religion class each semester.

President Monson

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Graduation Requirements

Meeting your religion requirements is simple. Just take any two of the Cornerstone Courses and any two of the Elective Courses below.

Cornerstone Courses
  1. Jesus Christ and the Everlasting Gospel

    A study of the roles, ministry, and teachings of Jesus Christ, the doctrine of His Atonement, and Heavenly Father’s everlasting plan for His children.

  2. The Teachings and Doctrine of the Book of Mormon

    A study of the doctrine taught in the prophetic writings, sermons, and themes of the Book of Mormon, with emphasis on Heavenly Father’s plan and the central role of His Son, Jesus Christ.

  3. Foundations of the Restoration

    A study of foundational revelations, doctrine, historical events, and people relevant to the unfolding Restoration of the Church of Jesus Christ as found in the standard works, the teachings of modern prophets, and Church history.

  4. The Eternal Family

    A study of the central role of the family in the plan of salvation as taught in the scriptures and the words of modern prophets—particularly “The Family: A Proclamation to the World.”

Elective Courses
  • BC Choir
  • BC Voices (Audition Choir)
  • Book of Mormon
  • Missionary Preparation
  • New Testament
  • Scripture Study - Power of the Word
  • Old Testament
  • Doctrine & Covenants
  • Pearl of Great Price
  • Teachings of the Living Prophets
  • Latter-day Saint History

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