Rel 361: A Social History of Satan
Mike Renke, The Satan Seller, and its falsehoods (see Cornerstone Magazine's series of articles)
LeHay and Jenkins, Left Behind Series (and the theological controversy it sparked)
Pratchett & Gaiman, Good Omens (a very funny reworking of The Omen movie; my 11 year old son laughed out loud as he read it).
Amazon has thousands of books that are related to Satan . Figure out of they are appropriate for this class by reading their descriptions and consulting with the instructor. (Many use Satan in the title, but Old Nick doesn't actually appear as a character; these books are probably not appropriate.) More popular books are better than independently published (and hence, not widely read); it is also good to see if there is some secondary literature discussing the book you are interested in. If you can't find secondary literature, you will need to read a couple of books.
Pick a church to visit in Jacksonville to visit at least twice. What role does Satan play in their liturgical service? Arrange to talk to the pastor / minister / priest and ask her / him what role Satan plays in their theology. Research the church's theology to find out their official theological position on Satan.
I would also be interested in having someone research Anton LaVey's Church of Satan, Wikipedia, the media's reaction to it, and the entirely predictable response from conservative religious folks.
The Omen (both versions)
Bedazzled (both versions)
The Simpsons (Simson's Archive)
Other movies (suggest them to me)
Heavy Metal (not my favorite music ever) has, for years, played on its "Satanic" connections. Ozzy Osbourne calls himself "the fucking prince of darkness" (Osbournes, 2002).
Serrano made "Piss Christ" in 1989. Is there a "Piss Satan?"
Medieval art was rife with images of Satan. How is he depicted in modern art?