Religious Studies concentration in the MAIS in Interdisciplinary Studies

Provides inquiry into religion as an organizing principle, and frequent source of conflict, with training suitable for careers in law, government, journalism, library sciences, teaching and work with non-profits.

Accelerated MAIS Concentration in Religious Studies

Highly qualified undergraduates who major in Religious Studies or in other select disciplines (including Global Affairs, Anthropology, Sociology, History, Philosophy, and Conflict Analysis and Resolution) may apply to the accelerated MA in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Religion, Culture, and Values. Students wishing to apply to the program complete two graduate courses as part of their undergraduate degree. These two courses then also count toward their MA degree, should they be accepted to the program.