B.A. Religion

The Religion Department provides a Christ-centered and Bible-based religious education that is in line with the global mission and distinctive message of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Emphasis is placed in such areas as biblical understanding, personal application, and service to the church. Classes in this major are typically small, which provides ample time for interaction between professor and student. The program also offers the opportunity to add other areas (minors) that best fit the academic and professional goals of the student.

Our students often double-major in a related field that will enable them to pursue graduate work and employment in various field of studies. Many of our graduates are accepted in the SDA Theological Seminary or enter other graduate programs like chaplaincy, counseling, or teaching. Some are hired as Bible teachers in various Adventist educational institutions or dorm deans in Adventist academies. They also become qualified to work as missionaries, colporteur directors, or religion editors in publishing companies.

General Education Requirements for all Bachelor's degrees

B.A. Foreign Language Requirement

Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) Requirement

A minor in a chosen field of study is required for this degree.

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