Religious Studies, Minor UG
A Minor in Religious Studies provides students with an opportunity to enhance their undergraduate degree, whether their major is in the sciences, social sciences, or humanities. Students specialize in one religious tradition and have the opportunity to study religion from a variety of perspectives.
What Can I Do with this Minor?
The Religious Studies minor provides students with a deeper and broader exploration into various disciplines of theological study. Students with a minor in Religious Studies may be well-prepared for careers in the following:
- International business
- Pastoral work
- Social work
- Degree Awarded
- Program Type
- Program Location
- Main Campus - Northeast Philadelphia
- Required Credit Hours
Students who study Religious Studies thrive in a close-knit yet challenging learning environment. Within this area of study, students will experience education beyond the classroom with opportunities through hands-on opportunities and experiential learning.
Where Students and Alumni Intern and Work
Due to their excellent education, students in our Religious Studies program have wonderful success stories in careers that stretch the boundaries of the expected--from a Director of Human Resources at Building Maintenance Systems, Inc. to Branch Manager at the Free Library of Philadelphia.
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