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Graduate Studies in Religious Studies

Although the University of Tennessee does not offer graduate degrees in Religious Studies, it is possible to do graduate work with our faculty in various other capacities.

MA/PhD: Early Christianity

Students interested in early Christianity can apply to study with Dr. Tina Shepardson through the History Department's Graduate Program in Premodern Europe.

Graduate Courses

All of the Religious Studies faculty periodically offer seminars that can be taken for graduate credit, and regularly work with graduate students in many departments, such as Anthropology, Art, English, Geography, History, Modern Foreign Languages and Literatures, Philosophy, Political Science, Sociology, and Sports Studies.

If you are interested in graduate work in Religious Studies at UT, please contact the faculty member(s) with whom you would like to work.

For tips and advice on how to get to graduate school, check out our Graduate School FAQ.

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