What will you learn by minoring in Religion?
Starting out with Five Big Religions/Five Big Questions, students pursuing a Religion minor explore the five major world religions: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism.
Students earning a minor in Religion can choose from various courses such as the History of Buddhism, the History of African American Religion, the Ancient World, or Alternative Religions in America.
In the tradition of the liberal arts, students hone their problem-solving and analytical skills through research projects, group discussions, and reflection.
- Where can I get help with my writing skills?
Marietta's Academic Resource Center offers the Writing Center in Thomas Hall — free support to all students regardless of major.
- Do I have to complete an internship for a Religion Minor?
No. Typically, minors do not require a professional internship.