Religious Studies Minor

A minor in Religious Studies is very flexible to fit students' interests. It requires 15 credit hours of any courses in our departmental curriculum. At least 3 credit hours must be taken at the 100- or 200-level, and at least 6 credit hours must be taken at the 300-level or above. The remaining 6 credit hours can be at any level. For courses to count toward the minor, students must receive a C or better (C- and P do not qualify). Click here for a helpful Checksheet for navigating the minor.

Students need to declare their interest in pursuing a Religious Studies minor, which they can do online using the School of Liberal Arts' Declaration Form. Students are encouraged to declare their interest in a minor as early as possible in their college career. Minors are awarded on final transcripts.

Students interested in learning more about a Religious Studies minor should contact department mentor Prof. Kelly Hayes:

A Religious Studies minor fits many fields of study. Recent minors have pursued majors in the following areas:

Business Community Health Communications
General Studies English Global & International Studies
History Nursing Education
Media Arts & Science Medical Humanities Anthropology
Philosophy Psychology Political Science
Spanish Sociology Social Work