Religious Studies
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Minor in Islamic Studies

Knowledge of Islam has become vital to understanding the world in which we live. Course work in Islamic studies can advance career prospects in a number of areas.

  • Government, including the State Department, the U.S. Agency for International Development, and the U.S. military
  • International organizations
  • International business
  • International mass media

Students also benefit from the additional qualifications the minor provides to enter graduate school in the social sciences and humanities, international studies, law, business, and many other fields.

Aliya Razvi Chapman

Aliya Razvi Chapman, 2006

  • Pursuing a PhD in psychology with a concentration in clinical psychology
  • Co-published a model of the process of individual empowerment in American Psychology
  • Recipient of the Dean's Challenge Fellowship for 2010-2011
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