Undergraduate Academic Programs

Undergraduate Studies

The study of religion at GW promotes analysis rather than advocacy of religion or a particular tradition. The undergraduate curriculum leads the student to knowledge of the world's religions, their history, literature, and community structure. Areas of study include Biblical literature, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, ethics, sociology of religion, contemporary movements in theology, and religion in American culture. (For a description of courses offered in the Religion Department, please see the bulletin.)

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