Online Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies (Religion, Culture and Public Life)
The online Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies concentration in Religion, Culture and Public Life focuses on the study of the world’s religious beliefs, traditions, cultures and phenomena across the globe. Students will learn to work with diverse populations, analyze problems from multiple perspectives and find, critically analyze, and to clearly communicate information.
Next start date: 10/13/2021
Total classes: 40
Weeks per class: 7.5
Total credit hours: 120
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Religion is a crucial part of human culture. For many people, religion informs who they are, how they understand others, how they feel about life and death, how they approach gender roles, sexuality, and the body, how they dress and what they eat. Religious Studies explores the impact of religion on social and public life in cultures around the world. It examines how religion operates in daily life and how it is represented in art, popular culture, print and digital media, and film.
This degree prepares students to understand and navigate religious diversity in domestic and global contexts. It trains them to see the significance of religious identities and sensibilities in the professional world. It also hones students’ professional skills, such as intercultural literacy, critical thinking, analytical writing and speaking. Graduates from the program go on to serve in a range of settings, including government and non-government organizations, health delivery, human resources, and legal counseling, education, media, and publishing.
Does my religious studies degree say 'online'?
No, Arizona State University’s diplomas don’t specify whether you earn your degree online or in person. All diplomas and transcripts simply say “Arizona State University.” That’s because ASU Online students learn from the same faculty and receive the same course content as in-person students receive.
Graduates with an ASU Online Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies (Religion, Culture and Public Life) have career opportunities illustrated in the following list. Career examples include but are not limited to:
You are considered a freshman for application purposes if you have not attended college at all, or have fewer than 12 transferable credit hours (with a minimum 2.50 cumulative GPA).
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