While Religious Studies courses remain some of the most popular courses across American universities, students still want to know how a degree in Religious Studies will prepare them to enter a changing and challenging job market. Religious Studies Majors, Double Majors, and Minors are well situated to succeed in the global market.
Acquiring knowledge of diverse cultures and using current analytical models from the Humanities and Social Sciences enables graduates to find careers requiring imagination, problem-solving, and a keen understanding of human diversity.
This excellent career preparation comes with the immeasurable personal experience gained by studying religions and cultures around the world.
Careers in law, business, teaching, counseling, medicine, social work, and professional religious organizations are all viable for Religious Studies' graduates.
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