Sep 22, 2018  
Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2018 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2018 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Religion and the Arts, B.A.


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This major prepares the student to be an effective interpreter of Christianity in contemporary culture. An interdisciplinary degree that allows the student to combine the study of religion with the study of music, art, theater, dance, literature or writing, the degree creates opportunities for students to prepare for ministry in a wide variety of fields where faith intersects with culture.

General Education Core Requirements B.A.: 59-63 Hours


Prerequisites for Religion Major: 6 Hours


1 REL 2350 Christian Doctrine  is a prerequisite for the following: REL 2410 Spiritual Formation ; REL 2510 Christian Ethics ; all courses in Religion and Society division, in the Theological and Historical Division, and Biblical Studies Division.

Major Requirements: 30 Hours


Area Emphasis: 21 Hours


Minor Requirements: 18 Hours


Students must choose from one of the following minors to complete the Religion and the Arts major: English Literature, Writing, Music, Art History, Design Communications, Studio Art, Photography, Painting, Dance, Theatre and Drama, and Music Business. Please note that some minors are more than 18 hours, and should be reviewed in degree planning.

Electives: 11-21 Hours


Total Required for the Program: 128 Hours


2 Students take REL 4015  in the fall semester before the anticipated date of graduation.

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