As a student in the Department of Religious Studies, you will select from a wide variety of courses.
You can choose from an exciting range of courses on topics such as scriptures, world religions, ethics, religion and the environment, mysticism, Asian religions, psychology and religion, women and religion, and language study in Greek, Hebrew, and Arabic.
We have an award-winning faculty who are personally engaged with each student. The class sessions include interactive discussion, spatial analysis, literary enactment, problem-solving, films, artistic expression, meditation, outdoors exploration, field trips to religious sites, ethical reflection and many other modes of learning.
As a student in Religious Studies, you may elect to complete an honors capstone in order to graduate with departmental honors.
The TAK honors society is available to Religious Studies students who display outstanding scholastic achievement and depth of study.