Four robust major programs offer students individual areas of focus.
Our religion majors and minor allow our students to prepare for the future, whether a career in Christian ministry, international business, education, nonprofit or government.
A major in biblical studies is anchored in the study of scripture. The defining texts of Judaism and Christianity are a great starting point for understanding Jewish and Christian history, theology and Christian ethics. This major would be a great fit if you want to enter ministry or as preparation for seminary or graduate school.
CHRISTIAN HISTORY AND THEOLOGY
A major in Christian history and theology focuses on Christian theology, the value of the church and the day-to-day devotion of ordinary believers. Ultimately, you’ll better understand and share in the worship of God and love of your neighbors.
ETHICS, CULTURE AND SOCIAL WITNESS
A major in ethics, culture and social witness covers topics such as:
- How do religion and culture influence each other?
- How can Christians engage in moral reflection?
- What does it mean to care for the earth, to seek justice, and to the things that make for peace, to bind up the wounds of people who are afflicted?
STANDARD RELIGION MAJOR
A standard religion major gives you a broad platform of study from which to engage in an area of interest that fits you. It’s an excellent way to understand and navigate the complex and diverse world in which we live.
A minor in religion is designed with you in mind. You will engage in questions about faith, scripture and religious diversity across the globe, bringing new perspective to careers such as medicine, art, business or law. Write, read and explore your field with spiritual insight and discernment.
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