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Religious Studies Undergraduate Program

The Program provides students with opportunities to discover the complexity and diversity of the world’s religious traditions through either a major or minor in religious studies. 

Some courses being offered this Spring (all courses can be found here):

Kim Haines-Eitzen,  Professor

Now, more than ever, understanding how religion intersects with history and politics, society and culture, economics and the environment, literature and the arts is a vital part of a liberal arts education.

Featured Course

This spring, Kim Haines-Eitzen, Professor of ancient mediterranean religions with a specialty in early Christianity, early Judaism, and religion in late antiquity in the Department of Near Eastern Studies, and Director of the Religious Studies Program, will teach a 3 credit course, Introduction to Christian Religion (RELST 2695), on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:40am-12:55pm.

Read more about the course and Professor Haines-Eitzen, here.