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This program is designed to address such questions as: How does religion help the individual live a well examined life? What is the importance of religious values for the individual and for the human community? How does theological literature relate to social issues? You’ll explore how religious perspectives have a significant role in public life and have opportunities to observe and reflect on religious faith communities. A minor in religion paired with a major from a variety of disciplines—business, science, sports medicine, the arts—will add a distinctive quality to a graduate’s resume and open careers in those areas.


Program Length

19-20 Credit Hours


On Campus

Meet Our Faculty

Rev. Dr. Mark Koschmann

Associate Vice President of Faith and Ministry & Chair of the Department of Theology & Ministry

Rev. Dr. Mark Schuler

Professor Emeritus

Rev. Dr. Reed Lessing

Professor of Theology & Ministry, Director of The Center for Biblical Studies

Rev. Dr. Samuel Deressa

Assistant Professor of Theology and the Global South and Fiechtner Chair for Christian Outreach, Director of DCO Program

Rev. Dr. Joshua Hollmann

Associate Professor of Systematic Theology