Theology and Religious Studies

Undergraduate courses in theology, divinity and religious studies often tend to be inter-disciplinary in that they encourage students to think critically about the artistic, intellectual and cultural heritage and/or philosophical implications of seminal religious texts and traditions. Whether your interest in religion is personal, intellectual or vocational, an undergraduate course will train you to become a scholar of religions and develop a host of transferable skills, including independent writing, extensive research and analytical thinking, which may be useful for jobs in many fields.

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Institution Name
Country
Campus Style
Institution Size
Selectivity
Education Model
An Example University
UK
Give the reader a sense of what your campus is like
Small
Selective
Give a sense of your education model - e.g. Liberal Arts, or Single Subject focused
California State University, Long Beach
USA
Large, Coastal, Suburban Campus
Very Large Institution >30,000
Selective (25-50% admitted)
Liberal Arts and Science (Major/minor Model): Accessible, Practical, Affordable
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
USA
In a City of 3.5 million people
Very Large Institution >30,000
Selective (25-50% admitted)
Liberal Arts and Science with a Research Focus
University of Wisconsin-Madison
USA
City
Very Large Institution
Selective
Liberal arts, exploratory. Students will take classes across disciplines.
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