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The study of religion and ethics prepares students to live in an increasingly global society, where multiple religious and ethical commitments both inform and challenge our understandings of how people inhabit, experience, and shape our world. Our unique major emphasizes cultural awareness and ethical reflection, and investigates how the deeper questions and meanings of life have been conceptualized in various times and places. Students who major in religious and ethical studies are typically interested in humanitarian or social justice issues and will be well-prepared to pursue careers in civic leadership, social services, ministry, education, human resources, international relations, and law.
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According to a national poll in 2007, two of the top ten skills that employers look for in new college graduates are:
The religious and ethical studies major helps you develop these skills and more.