Religious Studies

Students completing the Religious Studies program will be able to identify how significant persons, events, and movements that have influenced both the religious world and the world at large. Students will be able to compare and contrast at least two major world religions and respond to the questions of the definition, origin, significance, and purpose of religion.
 
Degree Plan
Course Rotation
Careers

 

Individuals with a B.S. Religious Studies degree will be qualified to seek employment as Community Ministry, Non-Profit Leaders and more.

 

Martin University offers a B.S. in Religious Studies with a concentration in Christian Ministry.

 
For more information contact:
Derek King, M.Div.
dking@martin.edu

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