Welcome to the Department of Religious Studies
The aim of the religious studies curriculum is to help students develop an informed, reflective, critical, and articulate consciousness of their own developing faith in relation to the development of the modern world. This aim is pursued through the study of scripture and Christian tradition and their application to major areas of contemporary life. The Department of Religious Studies offers courses in the areas of scripture, historical and systematic theology, Church history, moral theology, spirituality, and ministry. The Department has both graduate and undergraduate programs in Religious Studies.
To learn more about our degree programs, please click on the graduate or undergraduate program links to the left.
To learn more about the variety of jobs and careers available to Religious Studies majors, as well as resources for the academic study of religion, click on this link sponsored by the American Academy of Religion and Lilly Endowment: http://www.studyreligion.org/where/skills.html
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