The Religion major at Baylor is a combination of Biblical, historical and theological studies. Students also study cultural differences in religion around the world and are given the opportunity to select one of five concentrations. These concentrations include Bible, Theology and Ethics, History, Practical Studies or World Religions. Available courses include:
- Law and Religion in the United States
- Religion and Society
- Functions of Ministry
- Topics in Islam
- History of the English Reformation
Baylor offers many study abroad programs. One in particular that is ideal for Religion, Philosophy and Great Texts majors is Baylor in St. Andrews. Located in Scotland, it is a wonderful opportunity for students to study at one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the world.
Majoring in Religion offers access to many career options. Many students continue their education by attending medical school, seminary, or graduate school. Some students enter careers like teaching, medicine, law, business, politics, publishing, writing, and social service.
As a service to students interested in ministry, Baylor designed the Ministry Guidance Program. This program clarifies and affirms the call to ministry and introduces students to ministry as a vocation. The primary emphasis of the Ministry Guidance Program is academic studies related to ministry, hands-on experience in local settings and fellowship.
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