BA/MA in Religion

The BA/MA in religion is a flexible program that can be designed to meet a broad range of intellectual and personal needs—including the needs of those students preparing for teaching careers in secondary education. It includes at least 18 religion courses (including CAS RN 200 Theoretical Approaches to the Study of Religion) completed with a grade of B or higher, 10 of which must be at the 500 level or above. Admission to the program is competitive and normally occurs at the beginning of the student’s junior year. Students considering the program should consult with an advisor as early as possible in order to formulate an appropriate plan of study. They should also meet with the departmental director of undergraduate programs to discuss the application procedure. For general information please refer to BA/MA program.