Religious Studies Concentration

 

Course Rotation

Fall SemesterSpring SemesterSummer Semester
RES 103 Introduction to the Study of Religion
RES 150 Introduction to Religious Education
RES 255 Study of Judaism/Islam
RES 200 Introduction to World Religions
RES 211 Philosophy of Martin Luther King, Jr.
RES 365 Study of Hinduism and Buddhism
RES 350 Philosophy of Religions
RES 250 Principles of Servant Leadership
RES 300 Elective
RES 400 Elective
RES 300 Sociology of Religions
MAT 205 Statistical Methods
RES 400 Elective
RES 329 Comparative Religions
RES 400 Elective
CAP 499 Capstone/Final Project
RES 400 Elective
 
 
RES 300 Elective
 

Courses for the Bachelor of Science in Religious Studies are offered during the semesters displayed above.  Students must be available to take each course in its designated rotation to successfully complete this program.  Refer to the Undergraduate Course Catalog for course narrative.

 

Career Opportunities

 

Religious Studies Concentration

  • Life Skills Counselor
  • Community Support
  • Mental Health Aide
  • Gerontology Aide
  • Teaching: preschool, elementary, middle and high school
  • Administration in church and religious organizations
  • Historical, Cultural and Philosophical research and programs

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