Religious and Theological Studies
The Department of Religious and Theological Studies offers students a deep intellectual engagement with the Christian religious tradition, including our Catholic heritage, as well as a rich, comparative approach to the great religious traditions of the world.
To both majors and minors, we offer four optional areas of focus - Christian theology, Scripture, ethics and world religions - allowing them to choose a path of study that best meets their needs and captures their interests.
Beyond the classroom, we sponsor activities that complement our curriculum - from bringing to the University guest speakers who explore the relevant religious issues of the day to sponsoring study abroad courses in destinations such as Belize, Turkey and Israel.
Our graduates possess a strong liberal arts foundation for postgraduate work, including the study of religion, history or law, as well as careers in social services, education, business and church-related contexts.