Religious Studies

Religions shape every aspect of life, including political and economic policies, human rights, literature, art, and the environment. You will have the opportunity to explore the past, present, and emerging future of these religions. You will examine what people believe, why they believe it, and how their beliefs form private and public lives. You will also have the opportunity to study Christianity with particular emphasis on the Catholic tradition in the spirit of Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Society of Jesus.

Possible Careers: 
Church Work
Counseling
Social Work
Education
Sample Courses: 
Christian Origins
Women in World Religions
Contemporary Theologies
Sin: The History of an Idea
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