Graduating religion senior Hali Brook is leaving Ashland and going to Thailand to train with the organization Remember Nhu.
Religion Department seniors offer these words of wisdom to ‘those left behind.’
Religion Majors Mackenzie Lake and James Robinson both presented papers at the Undergraduate Research and Creativity Activity Symposium at Ashland University on April 10.
Deepen and broaden your understanding of Christianity and World Religions.
When you study Religion at Ashland University, you will explore the fields of:
- Biblical Studies
- Christian Theology
- History of Christianity
- Practical Theology
- Christian Ethics
- World Religions
As a Religion major, with the direction and guidance of your professors, you will write a thesis in your chosen area of concentration. This experience, coupled with deeply thoughtful classroom explorations, will prepare you for Christian service, seminary or graduate school. Read More.
Why Study Religion at Ashland University
It is true that many who study religion at Ashland University intend to enter some form of ministry as a vocation, or to go on to further academic study of religion. Many recent graduates have attended Ashland Theological Seminary while others have chosen such places as Princeton Seminary, Oxford University, Emory University and Duke University. The Religion Department's programs are academically rigorous, sensitive to issues of faith development, and focused on spiritual and moral formation--a perfect combination in the preparation of those called to a life of ministry in the church or academy. Read More.