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Philosophy and World Religions

Department of Philosophy and World Religions

The philosophy major teaches more than just content, it teaches how to think about all manner of issues: from spotting logical fallacies in a politician's rhetoric to pondering life's deepest questions. READ MORE...

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Studying religion gives you the opportunity to explore some of the deepest and most significant ideas and values that have emerged in human history. READ MORE...

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The ability to think objectively, to appreciate cultural diversity, to assess influential human ideas, to understand different views of life's meaning, to process new information, and to love knowledge are abilities important to any endeavor and to any career. 

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International and historical perspectives provide religion majors with wider context for his or her understanding of all cultures, as well as provide preparation for careers in international relations, development, and commerce.

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