Religion Major and Minor
The religion major at Seaver College offers students core courses fundamental to understanding the Christian faith. Students also may choose to specialize in one of the following areas: scripture, Church history, Christian thought, and practical theology.
Our religion major prepares students for ministries in religious bodies, service, voluntary organizations, and graduate studies in religion. The religion degree program also pairs nicely with other Seaver undergraduate degrees in preparation for graduate work in the social sciences, business, law, public affairs, and ethics.
- Minor in Religion: Our religion minor provides students with a broad understanding of how religion is integrated into every culture—particularly American culture—including how it relates to their chosen career.
- Minor in Faith and Vocation: Our Faith and Vocation minor is designed to help students explore their chosen career though the lens of vocation (calling) enabling students to apply spiritual and theological discernment to various facets of their professional and personal live. Students learn to think from a faith-based, theological perspective and to apply spiritual discernment to various facets of their professional and personal lives.