The Religion concentration is designed to prepare students for graduate school, the ministry, involvement in the church, or other careers, such as in the non-profit sector.
Some of the careers graduates from this History concentration program can pursue include:
- Charitable organization employees
- Museum curators
The program contains two subject areas: History, and Religion, each cultivating a critical skill-set for future graduates.
Students will develop expertise in:
- Textual interpretation
- Historical contextualization
- Social and cultural analysis
- Oral and written communication
Students engage in discussions about the ‘big’ questions of life, and become involved in evaluating a variety of viewpoints.
In the process, they develop the ability to assess evidence, to weigh arguments, and to construct informed opinions.