According to recent career surveys, multicultural competence and ethics are among the skills most desired by prospective employers. As a religious and ethical studies major, you’ll develop the global awareness, cultural sensitivity, and ethical decision-making skills that will not only help you in a variety of career paths, but also enrich your personal growth.
The Religious and Ethical Studies Department at Meredith offers an informed look at the world, its rich and varied religious traditions, and its ethical and cultural perspectives – from ancient times to popular culture. We prepare students to live in our ever-changing world where multiple religious and ethical commitments both inform and challenge our understandings of how people inhabit, experience, and ultimately shape the world we all share. Our faculty specialize in a wide range of fields in textual, historical, and cultural approaches to religious studies, ethical theory, and applied ethics.
Wings student and triple major Tina Salmon, ’17, discovered a talent for leadership and advocacy at Meredith.
Study abroad and engaging professors fueled Sarah Marshall's desire to be an activist.
As a Meredith student, Bri Crumbley, ’16, found her career path through a combination of her academic and extracurricular experiences.
The Religious and Ethical Studies department brings leading scholars to campus who speak on a range of topics – from biblical interpretation to the visual arts and architecture to ethical religious concerns.
“If you are going to be a leader and an educated person in the 21st century, you need to have knowledge about religious diversity.” Eboo Patel, 2014 Convocation Speaker