The University Studies degree in Religious Thought, Practices, and Cultures allows students to study religion through a variety of lenses including philosophical, historical, literary, artistic, and social. Students gain perspective on religion in the modern world and learn to analyze the impact of religious thought on human culture. Courses are taught by faculty from a range of disciplines and departments, so students can tailor the concentration to their interests and goals. Religious Thought, Practices, and Cultures majors are required to select two minors (15-18 hours each) from the university approved list of minors in order to supplement their study of religion.
Mission work, Clergy or other religious leaders, Ministry, Humanitarian services, International law, Public service, Diplomacy, Teaching, Research, Human resources, Sales, Management, Writing, Editing, Publishing, Social services, and more
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