» B.A. in Religious Studies

The Religious Studies program is an interdisciplinary program that employs studies from anthropology, sociology, economics, literary theory, and more.  These subjects are cohesively used to explore a broad range of religious traditions and ethical issues that challenge our modern world including human rights, social justice, and the environmental crisis.  Students who earn their undergraduate degree from this program consistently score among the highest on analytic sections of graduate entrance exams like the GRE and the LSAT.

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