The Center for the Study of Religion offers two courses for graduate students: the Religion and Culture seminar and the Religion and Public Life seminar.

The Center also provides University faculty with the means to design and teach Freshman Seminars and a select number of courses in various departments, both undergraduate and graduate.

Project Director David W. Miller also teaches in the Department of Religion. This year, he is teaching “Business Ethics and Modern Religious Thought.”

More information on Center-sponsored courses can be found in the menu to the left.

Beyond courses offered by the Center and by the Department of Religion, the University offers many courses treating the study of religion. Our Executive Committee and Faculty Associates hail from a dozen different departments across the humanities and social sciences. Their courses often reflect their wide-ranging interests in the study of religion.