The Graduate Program in Religion offers a Ph.D. degree in religious studies. When applying for admission to the program, graduate students will choose an area of specialization within one of six specializations:
- Buddhist Studies
- Islamic Studies
- Jewish Studies
- Religions in American Culture
- Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean World
- Religion in Philosophy, Politics, and Society
The Program adheres to all Graduate School of Arts and Sciences policies and requirements as outlined in the opening pages of their Bulletin.
More information on the administrative and academic guidelines all GPR students must abide by can be found in the forthcoming GPR Student Handbooks.