USJ’s Religious Studies program probes the ultimate questions of our existence: What is the meaning of life? What are our obligations to God and to each other?
As a Religious Studies major, you will explore these issues through the study of theology, comparative religions, spirituality, morality, and social justice.
USJ welcomes members of all faiths. Contact us to find out more about our programs, which include:
Students in the Religious Studies program participate in internships at churches, hospitals, outreach programs, and volunteer organizations. Recent internship placements include:
Career Opportunities for Religious Studies Majors:
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