BA in Religion
Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Religion
Through a challenging curriculum, the UE religion program prepares students for careers ranging from the seminary to pre-law and pre-medicine.
The religion major and minor programs at the University of Evansville offer flexible options to allow student to develop individualized curriculums to suit their specific interests and needs. Students work in close consultation with an advisor to choose courses that develop an area of competency. Possible areas of focus include religion and global perspective, religion and culture, social justice, and New Testament and Early Christianity.
Religion Major Requirements (30 hours)
The religion major requires a minimum of thirty hours in religion. Eighteen of these hours must be at the 300 level or higher. Students may take ETH 200 (Social Justice Movements), PHIL 340 (Philosophy of Religion), ANTH 453 (Anthropology of Religion), or GRK 371 (New Testament Greek Exegesis) toward their religion requirements.
Religion Minor Requirements (18 hours)
The religion minor requires eighteen hours in religion. Student are encouraged to select courses in consultation with an advisor.