A minor in religion affords students a comprehensive overview of the world's major religions as well as an understanding of important figures, movements, and philosophies.
The religion minor provides a good background for a number of church-related vocations, including counseling, youth ministry, and Christian education, to mention a few.
Students minoring in Religion must take 18 hours of religion courses, including REL 101 or REL 102 and REL 211, and at least 9 semester hours of credit in religion courses above the 200 level, including 3 hours at 400 level. Note: REL 212 and REL 317 are recommended.
REL 212 and REL 317 are recommended.