B.A. in Religious Studies
Details regarding the major and religious studies courses are available in the departmental office, located in 501 McClung Tower, or from any member of the religious studies faculty.
B.A. in Religious and Nonprofit Leadership
Religion is an important part of the nonprofit world: in addition to nonprofits with religious missions, many other nonprofit organizations work with religiously diverse groups of people or other forms of religious diversity.
B.A. in Religion, Race, and Ethnicity
The Religion, Race, and Ethnicity concentration consists of 33 hours. It focuses on the intersections of religion, race, and ethnicity in North America.
B.A. in Religious studies Honors
The honors concentration consists of 33 hours. Students must have an overall GPA of 3.25 to be accepted to the honors concentration. To graduate with honors the student must maintain an overall GPA of at least 3.25 and pass 407 and 408 with at least a 3.3 in each class. Students interested in the honors concentration should consult the department’s honors coordinator.
Minors in Religious Studies
The minor consists of 15 hours in the department of Religious Studies. No more than 3 hours may be taken at the 200 level. Students are encouraged to discuss their program with a faculty member in the department.
Online Classes and Programs
Did you know you can complete a Religious Studies minor, entirely online? Click below to view the required courses to complete this program.
We are very happy to announce our Graduate Certificate in Religious Studies, which offers graduate students the opportunity to study religion from an academic perspective, and prepares students to be knowledgeable global citizens.