World Religions

Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies: Concentration in World Religions

30 credits. Required courses:

  • Old Testament as Literature
  • New Testament as Literature
  • Choose one: Early Christian Thought, Medieval Christian Thought, or Modern Christian Thought
  • Electives: One major elective (which is an A-level course) and six additional elective courses of your choosing

(Pre-requisite for all courses: Choice of either "Religions of the World" or "Christianity and Society")

Current World Religion elective choices are in each year's Degree Program Course List (DPCL) in the Bulletin. Your DPCL corresponds to the year you entered the University.

For students entering the College in earlier years, please see the Bulletin Archive.

For detailed information about the individual classes, see Religious Studies Course Descriptions.

Religious Studies Faculty and Staff

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Contact Religious Studies for more information!

By email:

Chair: Dr. Kenneth Keulman, kkeulman@loyno.edu 
Administrative Assistant: Sara Clark, srclark@loyno.edu

By Phone:

504. 865. 3943

Campus Visit:

4th floor, Bobet Hall, Room 408

By Mail:

Loyola University New Orleans
Department of Religious Studies
Campus Mailbox #81
6363 Saint Charles Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70118