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Agnes Scott College - Learn about the department of Religious Studies. At this progressive women's liberal arts college.
Alma College - Website for the Department of Religious Studies Department.
Arizona State University, Tempe - At the Department of Religious studies, students receive a global religious education that incorporates anthropology, sociology, history, philosophy, and letters. The program allows students to tailor their studies to fit their specific educational goals.
Brown University - At the Department of Religious Studies at Brown University we focus our graduate program on one of three areas, religion history, western religious thought, and early Christianity.
Butler University - At the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, students can earn a major or minor in a variety of combinations of religious studies and philosophy. The program promotes both critical and sympathetic research, and helps students look into their personal religiosity.
California State University, Chico - At the Department of Religious Studies students can choose between programs in eastern and western religious traditions with research grounded in textual analysis and historical context. Research draws on all aspects of culture and society to understand religion.
California State University, Northridge - At the Religious Studies Department at California State University Northridge campus you can earn an undergraduate degree in religious studies. Students utilize resources from history, sociology, and anthropology to look at the role and effect of religion on society and the individual. Graduates will learn to analyze religious documents, and discuss objectively the different religions of the world.
Colby College - Dedicated to encouraging religious tolerance and understanding throughout the world, the religious studies department emphasizes the importance of studying historical importance of the major world religions.
College of Wooster - As a Religious Studies student at Wooster you will learn to question, critique, and evaluate the power and continuity of man's tendency towards religion. Be prepared to discuss all of the major moral, social, ethical, and political questions with which world religions struggle.
Cypress College - Our site offers program descriptions for the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies
Dartmouth College - Here you will find programs about world religions, including Christianity, Islam, Judaism, and Buddhism, as well as courses on the religions of indigenous people around the globe.
Duke University - Among the most well respected religion departments in the country-students can choose between coursework on Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism.
Emory University - Site offers overview of our religion studies graduate school programs.
Emory University - Website for undergraduate studies at the religion department.
Florida International University - A degree in religious studies can help you prepare for work in a variety of careers including business, medicine, law, diplomacy, education, and counseling. We offer bachelor's and master's degrees and dual major options to meet the needs of our students.
Georgetown College - located in Georgetown, Kentucky, this school has programs in biblical studies, which includes Christian history, theology, and ministry courses. There are also courses on non-western religions. Site offers faculty directory, course outlines, and other general information.
Providence College - Latin American Studies Program - Site offers information about programs on religion in Latin America, including regional educational, political, and social information. Also offers information about native religion, radical choice, and liberation theology in Latin America.
Stanford University - Here you will find information on how a religious studies education can help you understand society, politics, history, literature, ethics and culture. We offer undergraduate and graduate programs in Christianity, Asian religions, Judaism, ethics, philosophy, and comparative studies.
Syracuse University - The Syracuse religion program creates unique dialogue about religions by drawing upon the insights of not only theologians, but also poets, historians, critics, political scientists ,and sociologists.
University of Bridgeport - All major world religions are covered in this non-sectarian, academically focused program of religious studies.
University of California, Riverside - Students in our program study myths, rituals, morals, cultures, and texts of all the major world religions from sympathetic and critical angles with the hopes of coming to objective understanding of the role of religion in humanity. Great attention is paid to understanding religion from political, cultural, social, and ethnic points of view.
University of Colorado - Our religions studies department offers bachelor's and master's degrees that give students an understanding of the role religion plays in human culture, as well as the academic tools necessary to think and research religion critically.
University of Dayton - our site for the department of Religious Studies is based on Catholic theology and offers courses in religion teaching, religion and culture, Christian history, biblical studies, and other religious traditions.
University of North Carolina - At the UNC Department of Religious Studies we are devoted to providing a comprehensive, unbiased education on all major world religions. Our courses investigate religious history, culture, ritual, and text.
University of Pennsylvania - Our program looks at religious values effect current culture in connection with other ethno-cultural factors.
University of Wales, Lampeter - We have undergraduate and graduate degrees in religious studies here at the Department of Theology, Religious Studies and Islamic Studies at the University of Wales.
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