• Bachelor of Arts in Religion
  • Bachelor of Arts in Religious Education
  • Bachelor of Arts with Composite major in religion
  • Bachelor of Arts in Intercultural Missions
  • Recreation and Camp Management
  • Minors in Religion, Religious Ed, Christian Leadership, Philosophy
  • Bachelor of Christian Ministry
  • Master of Divinity
  • Master of Arts in Religion
  • Master of Christian Ministry
  • Dedicated and caring faculty
  • Opportunities for international mission trips
  • Opportunities to minister in local congregations
  • Student organizations for ministry and mission
  • Retreats and fellowships
Bachelor of Arts in Religion1 Bachelor of Arts in Religious Education2 Bachelor of Arts with Composite major in religion3 Bachelor of Arts in Intercultural Missions4 Recreation and Camp Management5 Minors in Religion, Religious Ed, Christian Leadership, Philosophy6 Bachelor of Christian Ministry7 Master of Divinity8 Master of Arts in Religion9 Master of Christian Ministry10 Dedicated and caring faculty11 Opportunities for international mission trips12 Opportunities to minister in local congregations13 Student organizations for ministry and mission14 Retreats and fellowships15
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changes to the school

Exciting changes are happening in the School of Religion and Philosophy. 

  • First, on a bittersweet note, Dr. Glyndle Feagin retired at the end of the spring term.  He and his wife remain in the area and rumors of occasional campus sightings continue to circulate. 
  • Second, Dr. Paul Sadler stepped down as Dean at the beginning of July to assume the position of Director of Church and Denominational Relations.  His office is now in the Brown Conference Center.  (More in press release.)  Replacing him as Dean is Dr. Clinton Lowin.(More in press release.) 
  • Other recent changes include the addition of two new faculty members. Details to follow.

school of religion and philosophy

In keeping with the mission of the University, the purposes of the School of Religion and Philosophy are to provide education in religion and philosophy for all students; to provide theological education and training for students interested in ministry; and to provide services to persons, churches, and denominational entities.

The School of Religion and Philosophy is led by Dr. Clinton Lowin.