Interim LIBST Coordinator
Academic Department Associate
Religious Studies challenges students to explore ideas relating to the world's major religious traditions. Research can focus on the intellectual, historical, cultural, and personal dimensions of religion in human life. Knowledge in this field will help students understand historic and current cultural, political, and theological issues from a global perspective, and this knowledge is valuable in any career where contact with diverse populations occurs. The Department of Philosophy & Religious Studies offers a minor in Religious Studies.
By the time they graduate, students in the World Religions minor will have a basic understanding of the world's major religious traditions: Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Daoism, Confucianism, and Shinto.
Students will be able to:
-adopted by the Program in Fall 2014
Religious Studies Student Organization (RSSO) is coordinated by students under faculty guidance. It sponsors a variety of academic and social activities throughout the academic year. More information is coming soon!
For more information about the religious studies program, please contact Dr. David Simmons.
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