As a student in the Department of Religion, you'll study the various expressions of religion encountered in human experience, including both its functional and theoretical aspects. Our courses are designed to give a broad cultural appreciation of the subject in accordance with the principles of a liberal arts education.
If you are interested in majoring or minoring in religion, please visit the Resources section of our website for the required forms.
A graduate degree in religion is not offered. Religion 106, 191, 192, and 194, however, are often taken in conjunction with other programs.
Please visit our admissions website for comprehensive information on our admissions processes and requirements, deadlines, financial aid options, forms and instructions.