Religious Studies | UNC Greensboro Undergraduate Admissions

Religious Studies

Degree Outcomes

  • Great preparation for a variety of careers including business, law, and medicine.
  • Graduates hold positions including child/family therapist for Pro Behavioral Health (Boulder, Colo.); vice president for ResourceNet International; manager of pastoral care services for Carilion Health Systems; pastor at Long Branch Baptist Church (Charlotte, N.C.); UNCG development officer; mediator in the Center for Conflict Resolution (Chicago); and vice president at a branch of the Bank of America.
  • Graduates have attended prestigious graduate programs at Princeton, Columbia, Duke, Emory, Harvard, Princeton Theological Seminary, Union Theological Seminary, University of Chicago, UNCG, Wake Forest, and Yale.

The Student Experience

  • Small, hands-on learning environment with approximately 45 students in the major; most classes have fewer than 20 students.
  • An internationally renowned group of teaching scholars who present current research at departmental colloquiums.
  • Faculty-supervised internship with community social service and religion-affiliated organizations.
  • Clubs and organizations such as Theta Alpha Kappa (Religious Studies Honor Society) and Religious Studies Club.
  • Strong emphasis on study abroad experience.