Through this combined major, successful undergraduates will develop an awareness of the interaction of religious views with institutions and cultures in national and international contexts since the early 20th century. The combined major addresses diverse and cross-disciplinary theories of interstate relations (conflict, cooperation, hierarchies); civil society, transnational advocacy networks, global social/religious movements; state-society relations (religion, democracy, authoritarianism, social justice and ethics, citizenship); comparative study of theology and praxis; and knowledge of particular religious traditions, including Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism.
Learn more about the program requirements at the Academic Catalog.
Type of Program
- Undergraduate Program