B.A. in Religion Program By University of Tulsa | Top Universities

B.A. in Religion

B.A. in Religion

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  • Study Level Bachelors
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The study of religion is in the tradition of the liberal arts, and the program in religion at The University of Tulsa stands among the other humanistic disciplines. The course of study encourages a critical approach to religious texts and traditions, emphasizing literary, historical, philosophical, theological, and moral inquiries. Course offerings are designed to expose students to the variety of religious languages, literatures and modes of inquiry. Courses are taught in the following curriculum areas: the Bible; early Christian thought; medieval Christian and Jewish thought; studies in Catholicism, Protestantism and Judaism; ethics and society; church-state relations; and philosophy and religion. Like other degree programs in the humanities, the Bachelor of Arts in religion cultivates the habits of mind one needs in order to think and write with care and precision, and prepares one for graduate and professional studies. Religion Learning Objectives To develop a rich understanding of theological and religious thinking, language, and literature in the West; To teach students to be attentive to the historical context of theology and religious belief and practice; To cultivate skills of critical interpretation and analysis of texts in written and oral presentation; and To prepare students for future studies, graduate or professional.

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