For centuries, religion has been the foundation upon which societies around the world have been built. And for centuries, disagreements about religion have caused unrest throughout the world.
The Comparative Religion minor at WMU explores religions around the world and throughout history and looks at religion as a part of culture and in relation to other parts of culture. Students in the program are presented with a global mindset that is highly sought by employers and graduate schools.
This minor from the Department of Comparative Religion helps prepare students for graduate studies or a variety of employment options. In addition, courses in this minor are completely available online, which makes it incredibly convenient. The program strives to foster other marketable skills while students explore their interest in religion.
Work done in the program can be applied to the educational and field experience requirements for CADC and CAADC credentials. Refer to the Michigan Certification Board for Addiction Professionals for more information.
Any WMU students interested in enhancing their degree with a Comparative Religion minor should apply.
The Comparative Religion minor provides students with knowledge and skills that are relevant to a large range of professions including health care, government, business, culture and the arts, journalism and religious vocations.